President of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.
Graduated from Leningrad State University. Doctor of Sciences (Politics), professor.
Since 1982, has been working at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University as assistant, then assistant professor; Deputy Director for Academic Research of the Research Institute for Comprehensive Regional Studies; Director of the Center for Further Professional Development, Vice-Rector.
Since 1998, Rector of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Chair of Political Science and Sociology.
Scientific director of the Baltic Centre for Advanced Studies and Education. Chairman of the Kaliningrad Region Council of Rectors.
Member of the Interdepartmental Council on Education. Member of the presidium of the Russian International Studies Association. Member of the Russian Council For Schoolchildren Olympiads. Member of the management committee of the Russian Rectors Union. Member of the Civic Chamber under the Governor of the Kaliningrad Region.
Author of over 100 academic papers.
Academic focus: regional politics and regional educational policy.
Awarded official commendation from the President of the Russian Federation. Distinguished Postdoctoral Educator of the Russian Federation.
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