On 23 November the results of the Competition of student research papers dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the commencement of the All-Russian Emergency Commission (VChK) work to eliminate illiteracy were summed up.
The competition was organized by the Union of Criminalists and Criminologists, the Moscow Criminological Office of Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), and the the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia.
President of the Union of Criminalists and Criminologists, Chairman of the Competition Jury Igor M. Matskevich and other members of the Union joined the online-conference to announce the results of the Competition.
This year, students from more than 15 universities took part in the Competition.
The first place was shared by the works of two contestants, each of which received 954 points. The winners of the Competition were Angelina D. Dunaeva (science adviser — Candidate of Legal Sciences Alexey V. Chepus) and Dariya Aleksandrovna Kruglikova (science adviser — Candidate of Legal Sciences Anna M. Razogreeva).
The second place was taken by the work of Elizaveta O.Ovchinnikova (science adviser — Candidate of Legal Sciences Nikolay S. Kudelkin). The work scored 943 points.
Third place went to the student’s work Valeria A.Angrycamel (scientific adviser — Doctor of Historical Sciences Serzhen D. Ignatovna). The work scored 918 points.
The Jury Members highlighted the best work in the field of pedagogy as well. It was the work of Ilya M. Pavlov (scientific adviser — Candidate of Philosophical Sciences Anna V. Orlova).
The work of a law student Maxim A. Rabinovich was highlighted separately. He will receive a special gift from a Member of the Competition Jury Alexander G Rednikov.
The Jury Members wished the participants good health and further creative success.