The Moscow State Pedagogical University has organized a series of online lectures.
Leading universities of the former CIS countries have joined the “Golden Lectures” project. The organisers of the webinar invited lecturers, PhD students, MA students, undergraduates, and other interested parties.
The first session of lectures, joined by the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, Professor Srbouhi Gevorgyan and the Lecturers of the Chair, was held at the Informatics classroom of the Pedagogical University.
The lecture was delivered by Professor of the Moscow State Pedagogical University, Doctor of Biology I.A. Zhigurev on the topic of “Crisis Anatomy: what are the opportunities for sustainable development of humanity”. Dr. I.A. Zhigurev spoke about the challenges and threats facing humanity in the current days, their possible solutions, as well as presented some of his concerns.
In addition, Professor Zhigurev also spoke about the ecological disaster that threatens the humanity, about the diminishing resources, environmental pollution, ecological issues, and the utilisation of the Sun energy as an significant source, as well as about the necessity of using windmills, which in no way disturb the balance of global warming.
Further on, the participants of the online webinar were introduced with a number of other issues and, at the same time, with the solutions offered therefor, and got informed about the challenges that the humanity and the Earth face on daily basis.
We would like to mention that in near future reports, on reciprocal format, will be delivered by the lecturers of the Moscow and Tomsk Universities, the University of Tajikistan, the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, the Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University named after V.P. Astafiev, the Slavonic University of Moldova, the Arabaev Kyrgyz State University, the Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushinsky, and the Pedagogical University.
Last but not least, we would like to mention that these series of lectures are of continuous nature and will last until September of the current year.