Dean of the Faculty of Physics of ZNU Andrii Andrieiev: "Graduate of the Faculty of Physics - sounds proudly"
Today at the Faculty of Physics of ZNU hold a festive graduation ceremony of Specialists and Masters. In the hall of the 1st academic building to celebrate the awarding of diplomas to Faculty graduates came together representatives of the university administration and of the Faculty of Physics, Heads of Departments, teachers, young professionals, their parents, relatives and friends.
Today certified specialists physicists have become 40 Specialists and 12 Masters, 8 of them received diplomas cum laude.
The first graduates were welcomed with holiday Vice-Rector for Educational Research and Academic Affairs Oleksandr Hura and Dean of the Faculty of Physics of ZNU Andrii Andrieiev. Both Heads handed Master's Degree diplomas to the Faculty of Physics graduates. Specialists - graduates of individual Departments - received diplomas from the hands of Heads of the Departments. The latter, in turn, expressed wishes and congratulations to the graduates.
Heads of Departments of Physics of Metals, Applied Physics and Semiconductor Physics - professors Vasyl Hirzhon and Valerii Mishchenko, and also associate professor Oleksandr Yanovskyi – wished success for young professionals, and expressed the hope that their knowledge will be the key to further development. The main guideline that sounded from an experienced teacher, professional and respected scientist Valeriy Mishchenko, was the congratulation for young people: «From the first days of independent life to take the path of conscience, justice and perfection!».
On behalf of all former students expressed their gratitude to their mentors Anastasiia Appolonova and Kateryna Konotopets. And the best representatives of the Faculty of Physics for success in teaching and research activities were presented with certificates of dean's office of the Faculty of Physical.
The final moment of the last solemn meeting of teachers and students yesterday, a joint photos of "big family" of the Faculty of Physics.
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