Web site: http://snt.univer.kharkov.ua/
University Student Research Society is a body of student self-government, created to realize undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students’ leadership, creative and research potential and involve them in research programs run by the University.
The history of various student research groups and societies goes back to the 1820-s when they became an important part of the University life. For the following 100 years students’ research activity would change its forms though never cease. In 1936 the University organizes Student Research Society as a centralized center for coordinating the activity of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate student research groups and societies. This was one of the first organizations of the kind in the former USSR. The first head of the Society was B.M. Krasovytskyi, who would later become Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry), Full professor and Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 2004 Student Research Society was reformed and it acquired its present day structure and functions.
Today the Society is a body governing the activity of 19 School Student Research Society. The Society members are students, who are engaged in research activity at the University Departments and Schools, they initiate and organize national and international research conferences, forum for young researchers, actively participate in conferences, competitions and grant programs, work in research groups promoting information among students, take an active part in social life.
The principles of the Society are:
Main purposes include:
University Student Research Society is always open for your new ideas. We are looking forward to fruitful cooperation.