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Changes Taking Place at the HSE Senior Management Team – St Petersburg Campus

Changes Taking Place at the HSE Senior Management Team – St Petersburg Campus

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Sergey Kadochnikov, who has headed HSE – St Petersburg since 2013, announced his plans to leave his current position. Anna Tyshetskaya, now Vice Rector for Education Activities at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, will become a new director of HSE University’s campus in St Petersburg.

HSE University Rector Nikita Anisimov thanked Sergei Kadochnikov for his work and for the results that have been achieved by HSE – St Petersburg under his tenure. He stressed that HSE – St Petersburg has set a new high standard for the entire University. It was Professor Kadochnikov who came up with the conceptual idea of 'four campuses, one university' under which HSE University is successfully developing today.

Drawing from personal experience, Nikita Anisimov highlighted the difficulty of managing a regional university. He said that Sergey Kadochnikov will remain on the HSE team to supervise the next stage of its development with full support from senior management.

Nikita Anisimov

Nikita Anisimov

‘Continuity in the life of HSE in St Petersburg will be preserved. I won’t dismiss Sergei Mikhailovich. He is a man who does not just talk the talk, but actually walks the walk, a role model for all persons in leadership positions’.

Sergey Kadochnikov explained that he is handing over leadership responsibilities to a young management team. He thanked his colleagues for the work they have done together, noting that the outstanding results and rapid growth in education quality indicators demonstrated by HSE in St Petersburg in recent years would not have been possible without a team of like-minded professionals that grew up within the walls of the university.

Sergey Kadochnikov

Sergey Kadochnikov

‘The HSE campus in Saint Petersburg is entering a new stage of development, and at this stage, it is very important that the campuses have a fresh new vision in the university's multi-campus system. This role should be entrusted to the young. My task was to raise a team of professionals within the university's management team for whom the campus would become a second home, a place for personal and professional growth. With the support of Yaroslav Kuzminov and the new HSE Rector, Nikita Anisimov, I made significant changes to the university’s management team. The new, young team can solve new kinds of problems, and I will be here to support their plans and undertakings. I would like to thank everyone on the university team for our partnership!’

Nikita Anisimov introduced campus staff to the new director of the HSE campus in Saint Petersburg, Anna Tyshetskaya, who is currently serving as Vice Rector for Education Activities at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University. She previously worked as Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and was a member of the Academic Council of the Far Eastern Federal University. She graduated with a PhD in Philology from Tomsk State University.

Anna Tyshetskaya

Anna Tyshetskaya

‘I am grateful to Professor Kadochnikov – it is important for me to start this new role working collaboratively. I am happy to be joining the HSE team; it’s a big step for me’.