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Bright memory

The Rectorate and the KhNTUA Trade Union Committee are deeply saddened to announce that on July 30, 2021, at the age of 86, the candidate of philological sciences, associate professor Hanna  Borodina passed away prematurely.

Borodina Anna was born on March 8, 1935.

Anna has worked at the KhIMEA and KhNTUA for more than 40 years. She was considered one of the best teachers. On the recommendation of the Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR, Anna conducted open classes at the universities of Orel and Voronezh, and she also conducted classes for students of the faculties of advanced training of the USSR.

From 1999 to 2002, Hanna Ivanivna took an active part as the executive secretary and chairman of the commission of the All-Ukrainian English Language Olympiad.

According to the textbook published by Hanna, in 1994 students of many universities of Ukraine (including Sumy, Odesa, Poltava, Melitopol, Vinnytsia, Mykolayiv, and others) studied. Scientific works of Borodina A. are still cited by scientists.

Anna made a significant contribution to the training of highly qualified scientists who are world-class scientists, in particular Kryvtsova V. – Associate Professor, University of Maryland (USA), Director of Reliability Analysis, Ford, USA; Gurevich V. – a leading specialist of the Israeli energy company, author of more than 140 inventions, 160 scientific articles and 4 textbooks, 3 of which are published in the United States.

A talented, experienced, well-known scientist and teacher in Ukraine and the former USSR passed away. Colleagues and her students remember Anna with sorrow and deep gratitude as a sensitive, decent, creative person who is always ready to help and give advice.

The staff of the university expresses their sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

The bright image of Anna Ivanovna Borodina and gratitude to this wonderful person, an outstanding scientist and mentor will remain in our hearts forever.


Rectorate, trade union committee of the University