MINSK, 12 May (BelTA) – Diana Shamal, a student of the Faculty of Life Safety of the University of Civil Protection (UCP) of the Belarusian Emergencies Ministry, won the Interclover international competition of students' research works in educational and psychological sciences, BelTA learned from the UCP Spokesman Ansdrei Sadovsky.
Diana Shamal researched psychological readiness for the job of a health and safety inspector. The Belarusian student also placed second in one of the categories. She prepared for the competition with the help of Roman Starosto, a professor at the UCP.
The online competition was hosted from Russia's Nizhny Novgorod. It featured more than 140 participants from Russian regions and the CIS member states. The organizer was the Russian scientific public association Professional Science.
Professional Science publishes several scientific magazines and organizes online and offline international research conferences and seminars for teachers and researchers.
Interclover is a large-scale Russian project that was launched in 2017. It brings together undergraduate and postgraduate university students as well as students of secondary schools and additional education institutions.