Congratulations on the International Day of philologists!
May 25 is the professional day of linguists and literary scholars, teachers and lecturers in literature and language, librarians and translators and all those who are engaged in philology.
On the Day of philologists we sincerely join all congratulations and wish you inspiration, solid health, ability in new discoveries, joy of life, happiness and new successes in educational sphere.
Best wishes on the occasion of your professional day!
We sincerely congratulate the head of the Department of Germanic Philology Iryna Kobyakova on her birthday!
We wish you good health, happiness and good fortune at this bright day!
Let every day of your life will be full of inspiration and pleasant discoveries!
We wish you the sun and light, warmth and to be in easy circumstances!
Let the bright star of your success continue to point out the true reference points in life, and God will always protect you.
With warmest wishes, teaching and support staff of the Departments of Germanic Philology and Theory and Practice of Translation!
We sincerely congratulate the lecturer of the Department of Germanic Philology Olena Nazarenko on having her Birthday!
We wish never-ending energy, good health and optimistic moments in your happy future!
With best wishes, teaching and support staff of the Departments of Germanic Philology and Theory and Practice of Translation!
How Translators Celebrated the Day of Science
On May, 19 the Festival of science, education and culture “SSU – for Sumy Citizens” was held. Lecturers and staff of Faculty of Foreign Philology and Social Communications organized great presentation for pupils of Sumy and Sumy region. Pupils got necessary information about entering SSU, attended work-shops in journalistic and translation, visited language laboratories and were trained to pass TOEFL test.
Students-translators participated in the international project«Citythinking-citymaking»
The project «Citythinking-citymaking» has been implemented in Chisinau (Moldova) with the support of Bosch’s fund. 22 Representatives from 5 countries of the former Soviet Union took part in it: from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Georgia and Moldova. Among them there were students of the 3rd year of the Department of Germanic Philology Anna Strilko and Elena Stovpak. Eight lecturers held thematic workshops on economic allocation of resources in the urban environment, social movement activists, memorials, creative city development, methods and examples of intervention in an open public space through art.