The article by CSU researchers was recognized as the best at the conference in India

Director of the Institute of Education and Practical Psychology Irina Trushina, Head of the Department of General and Professional Pedagogy Svetlana Kurnosova and Professor of the Department of Psychology Ekaterina Zabelina spoke at the International Conference on Digitalization and Sustainability in Business (ISBDS-2023) with the report "Subjective age and temporal focus of working retiree".


The article “Subjective age and temporal focus of working retiree” received a prize in the Best Paper Award competition.

The conference was held at the Indian University of Petroleum and Engineering Sciences (University of Petroleum and Energy Studies UPES, Dehradun city). Reports on the problems and prospects of digitalization in various spheres of economy, industry, education, as well as sustainable development of society were presented for discussion at thematic sessions. The panel discussions were attended by leading sociologists, political scientists, researchers of global problems of our time from Russia, India, Slovenia, Norway, Malaysia, USA, Singapore.

Besides participating in the conference, we held talks with Dr. Ram Sharma (Vice Chancellor, UPES), Mr. Rahul Nainwal (Director, School of Business, UPES) and other representatives of the university administration. During the negotiations, the university management expressed readiness for cooperation in educational, scientific and social spheres. Currently, the signing of an agreement between UPES and CSU is being discussed, where possibilities of student exchange, internships of scientists and lecturers, as well as joint research and scientific publications will be specified

Irina Trushina

Director of the Institute of Education and Practical Psychology

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