Hura Tetyana Vitaliyivna

 
Hura Tetyana Vitaliyivna is Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of Social System Management, the deputy head of the department for educational and methodical work, Assistant Professor, Candidate of pedagogic sciences (PhD).
Born on March 8, 1962 in the Shevchenkove village of urban-type settelment, Kharkiv region (Ukraine).
In 1994 she graduated from the Biological faculty of the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University with a degree in «Biology», qualification — biology, a biology and chemistry teacher. In 2002 received the second higher education in the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University with a degree in «Psychology», qualification — Psychology.
In 2012 she defended PhD thesis and obtained a Candidate of pedagogic sciences diploma № 006824. Since 2014 was Associate Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of Social System Management. Total work experience counts 33 years. Pedagogical work experience in higher educational establishments III-IV accreditation level is 9 years, including NTU «KhPI» is 9 years. The main stages of pedagogical activity in higher educational establishments III-IV accreditation levels are:
2006–2009 — Assistant of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of Social System Management at NTU «KhPI»;
2009–2012 — Senior lecturer of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of Social System Management at NTU «KhPI»;
September, 2012 — Associate Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of Social System Management at NTU «KhPI»;
Since September 2014 and up to the present time she is Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of Social System Management at NTU «KhPI»;
For high professionalism, impeccable conscientious work, considerable personal contribution to the education of students, training of highly skilled specialists, high achievements in professional activities she was awarded certificates of honor on numerous occasions by Kharkiv Regional State Administration.
Main research interests: pedagogical aspects of human formation and education at a Technical University, formation and development of leadership psychology.