SAS STUDENT BOOTCAMP


SAS STUDENT BOOTCAMP

«SAS Student Bootcamp» is the range of educational and orientation sessions held prior to the start of the new academic year.
The part of the training courses will begin on September 15 in an offline format. The program and schedule are available below.

Bootcamp events are mandatory: please see the Participants column on the schedule to find out which are mandatory for you.

Any SAS student can join our online activities, regardless of what is listed in the Participants column. However, if the events take place at the SAS building we kindly ask you to refrain from attending as we are welcoming only those to whom attending is assigned.

(01) Schedule,
14.09–16.09 (Tyumen, GMT+5)

19:00-12:00

ESL Positioning Test (participants:
1st-year BA + 1st-year DCMP students, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1)

212:00-13:00

Handing the set of documents out for freshman (participants: 1st-year BA students, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 501)

314:00-17:00

SAS Picnic (participants: All SAS, Winter Sports Center,
41 Barnaulskaya st.,
language: English, Russian)

419:00-20:00

Opening Ceremony (participants: All SAS, online broadcast
on SAS YouTube
, language: English, Russian)

520:00-21:00

SAS Zoom Bar (participants: All SAS)

19:30-11:00

Media Forms and Contexts (Maxim Alyukov and Irina Kotkina, participants: students major FIME and 1st-years MA DCMP, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 501)

29:00-12:00

Quants Positioning Test (participants: 1st-year BA students,
SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1)

312:00-13:30

Undergraduate Research (Erika Wolf, participants: 3-4 year BA students, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 501)

412:15-13:45

Problems of Modern Science (Giacomo Andreoletti, participants: 2nd-year BA students, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 312)

514:15-15:45

Interpreting Artworks (Erika Wolf, participants: 2nd-year BA students, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 312)

614:00-15:00

1st-years Student Induction (Alyona Bunkova,
participants: 1st-year BA + 1st-year MA (DCMP, X-HE) students, online zoom-webinar, language: Russian)

715:00-16:30

DCMP Meeting (Anastasia Rusakova,
participants: DCMP Students (1st- and 2nd-year), SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 501, language: Russian)

815:00-16:30

International Student Induction (Alyona Bunkova and Valeri Scherbakova, participants: International students, online zoom-webinar)

917:00-18:00

SAS Digital Etiquette \ Communication seminar (Katerina Selikhovkina, David Dusseault, and Ahmed Elghandour, participants: All SAS, online broadcast on SAS YouTube, language: English, Russian)

1018:00-20:00

Student Handbook Q&A Session (Valeri Scherbakova, participants: 1st-year BA + 1st-year MA (DCMP, X-HE) students, online zoom-webinar, language: Russian)

110:00-12:00

Academic Integrity Policy (Julie Reshe, Daniel Kontowski, and Siyaves Azeri,
participants: All SAS, online broadcast on SAS YouTube)

210:15-11:45

Physical education (participants: BA students (2nd- and 3rd-year), Sports Centre “Olympia”, 37 Przhevalsky, st.)

313:00-14:30

How to Write a Polite Email in English, Academic Writing Centre Meetup (Melina Aarnikoivu and Ahmed Elghandour, participants: All SAS,
online broadcast on SAS YouTube)

415:00-16:30

Graduate Studies Abroad (Irina Kotkina and Irina Telipko, participants: All SAS, online broadcast on SAS YouTube)

517:00-18:00

SAS Q&A Session (Anastasia Rusakova,
participants: All SAS, online zoom-webinar, language: Russian)

618:15-19:45

Film History and Form 1. (Peter Lešnik, participants: Major FIME (3-4 year BA students) and 1st-year MA DCMP students, online zoom-lecture)

718:00-20:00

X-HE Meeting (Dara Melnyk, Andrey Shcherbenok, Marko Turk, Lidia Gangan, Daniel Kontowski, participants: X-HE Students, SAS Building, 8 Marta St, 2k1, room 312)

(02) Policy Responses to COVID-19

Upon entering the SAS building, all visitors will have their temperature measured. We care about the health of others, so you cannot go inside if you have signs of a cold, fever, runny nose, cough. In addition, while in SAS, as in all other university spaces, students, teachers and staff are obliged to wear a face mask and comply with other sanitary standards: frequently use antiseptics and handwashing products, use personal reusable mugs, keep a distance of 1.5 meters, etc.

These rules will help organize the educational process happening in person in the current situation. Please mind that. Take care of yourself and the others!