Head of Foreign Languages Department No. 2 Professor Natalia Petlyuchenko,D.Litt,received a research fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) to carry out a research project titled «Grassroots-Charisma: diskursive und experimentell-phonetische Identifikation potenzieller Charismatiker in der Graswurzelbewegung Deutschlands und der Ukraine» at the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany. The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is one of the largest and oldest foundations in Germany.Itwas established in 1860. To date, Humboldt fellowshipshave been granted to 26,000 researchers in all fields of science, including 51 Nobel laureates. In Ukraine, Humboldtian ideas and traditions are promoted by the Ukrainian Humboldt Club, whose mission is to establish and further develop scientific contacts between Ukrainian researchers and their German colleagues, involve young researchersinmajor international projects, promote the improve fundamental and applied research in Ukraine based on world experience.
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