The Department of Social and Economic Disciplines
Tetyana M. Kovalenko
Post Held: Associate Professor.
Scientific degree: PhD (History), 2011.
Education: School of History V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, specialty 'History' (qualification «the Historian, the teacher of history and political disciplines») 2007.
Experience of Teaching: since 2011.
Upgrading Skills: : improvement of professional skill: Сertificates of the Linguistic Centre of Faculty of foreign languages V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University on the termination of English language courses: level «Intermediate» (2013), level «Advanced» (2014); the Certificate of courses of improvement of qualification «Technologies of remote formation in a higher educational institution» at the V.N.Karazin Kharkov National University.
Courses Taught: «History of Ukraine» and «History of the Ukrainian Culture» (teaching Russian), «History of Ukraine» and «History of Ukrainian Culture» (English language of teaching), «Interpretation of Ukrainian-Russian Cultural Heritage in Museum» (English language of teaching).
Working with students of School of Medicine, School of Sociology, School of Psychology, School of Biology, School of Physics and Power, School of Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering, School of Ecology, School of Philosophy, School of Chemistry and also School of Computer Sciences and School of Foreign Languages.
Research Interests: history of Central and Eastern Europe, history of arts, cultural science, daily occurrence history, a technique of teaching of humanities courses to foreign students. Takes active part in the international scientifically-practical conferences devoted to problems stories and culture.
Publications: the author of articles of encyclopaedic dictionaries 'Harkovshchina' and «Russia in the First World War», the author and the co-author of curriculums department courses taught, the co-author of 3 manuals for foreign students, including a remote course «History of Ukraine» for foreign students (in English) and others has more than 20 scientific articles published in special editions of Ukraine, Poland and Russia.