There is a category of students that seeks to move forward and continually sets itself new goals. Be the first to – their position in life. Alexander Golts, a 5th year student RSSU – outstanding representative of the intellectual elite our university. His project "Development of fundamental motor skills in early postnatal ontogenesis of children with impaired health gidroreabilitatsii method", presented at the exhibition "NTTM – 2009" was marked by Grant President of Russia. Innovation for the benefit of people – I've always been interested in medical rehabilitation, so he decided to study at the faculty of psychology, social medicine and rehabilitation technologies and become an expert in the field adaptive physical education, – said Alexander Golts. – I can confidently say that he had made the right choice.
From the university depends on many things: the relation to their future profession, to study and even to himself. In Russian State Social University students to help realize their talents, become professionals, and afterwards take a decent position in society. Even at a course, Alexander has shown himself as a talented and active student who strives throughout to achieve the best results. Then he met with his supervisor, the candidate of biological sciences Valery Panteleevich Kartashev, a teacher of adaptive Physical Culture. Thus began the young man's path in science: conducting research, preparing reports, participation in vnutrivuzovskih, urban, national and international conferences, exhibitions and forums. Alexander presented their projects to "NTTM" in 2007, 2008 and 2009, the Third Festival of Science, held at Moscow State University, and many other scientific activities. Life became so interesting and exciting that I wanted to catch everything. An important role in professional development played Goltsova Alexander Dean, doctor of psychological sciences, professor Galina Efremova and teachers who are trying to support all talented students. They helped him to know the fascinating world of psychology, rehabilitation, technology, recreation, tourism and more.