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Forestry Engineering Academy

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FORESTRY ENGINEERING ACADEMY, Kirov St. Petersburg State Forestry Engineering Academy, situated at 5 Institutsky Avenue. It was founded in Tsarskoe Selo in 1803 as the Real Forestry School reorganised into the Forestry Institute in St. Petersburg in 1811, which was arranged similar to cadet corps in 1837-63. It received the status of a higher education institution in 1848 and was renamed the Forestry Academy in 1862, Agricultural Institute in 1865, Forestry Institute in 1877, and Forestry Engineering Academy in 1929, and named after S. M. Kirov in 1935, a name it retained until 1991. Among its teachers and researchers were S. A. Bogoslovsky, I. P. Borodin, S. I. Vanin, A. M. Goldberg, G. G. Doppelmeier, L. A. Ivanov, D. N. Kaygorodov, A. A. Liverovsky, M. N. Rimsky-Korsakov, N. I. Nikitin, P. A. Kostychev, D. A. Lachinov, G. F. Morozov, M. M. Orlov, N. N. Pavlovsky, A. F. Rudzky, V. N. Sukachev, D. V. Tishchenko, N. A. Kholodkovsky, V. I. Sharkov, M. E. Tkachenko, A. N. Engelgardt, et al. The academy had the following departments in 2002: preentry training, forestry, forestry engineering, and timber tooling technology, timber mechanics, chemical engineering, economics and management, and advanced training. The academy has a large park founded in 1827, arboretum, botanical garden, museum, test facilities, as well as the International Centre of Forestry and Timber Industry, St. Petersburg's regional branch of the European Forest Institute, Department of Forest and Timber Technology of the World Technological University, and Educolog, the Inter University Educational Development Centre. The academy today is the leading research and training development centre of the higher forestry engineering institutions of the country.

Reference: Они защищали Родину: Материалы о фронтовиках Лесотехн. акад.: В 3 кн. СПб. 1995; 200 лет Санкт-Петербургской государственной лесотехнической академии. СПб., 2003. (Мир стройиндустрии; Спец. вып.); Санкт-Петербургская государственная лесотехническая академия: страницы истории (1803-2003). СПб., 2003.

А. P. Kupaygorodskaya.

Bogoslovsky S.A.
Borodin Ivan Parfenievich
Doppelmeier G.G.
Engelgardt Alexander Nikolaevich
Goldberg A.M.
Ivanov L.A.
Kaygorodov Dmitry Nikiforovich
Kholodkovsky Nikolay Alexandrovich
Kirov (real name Kostrikov) Sergey Mironovich
Kostychev Pavel Andreevich
Lachinov Dmitry Alexandrovich
Liverovsky A.A.
Morozov Georgy Fedorovich
Nikitin Nikolay Ignatievich
Orlov Mikhail Mikhailovich
Pavlovsky Nikolay Nikolaevich
Rimsky-Korsakov Mikhail Nikolaevich
Rudzky A.F.
Sharkov Vasily Ivanovich
Sukachev Vladimir Nikolaevich
Tishchenko D.V.
Tkachenko Mikhail Eleferievich
Vanin S.I.

Institutsky Lane/Saint Petersburg, city, house 5

Санкт-Петербургская государственная лесотехническая академия: страницы истории (1803-2003). СПб., 2003
Они защищали Родину: Материалы о фронтовиках Лесотехн. акад.: В 3 кн. СПб., 1995
200 лет Санкт-Петербургской государственной лесотехнической академии. СПб., 2003


"Tsarskoye Selo Practical forest Institute", there were two graduates, worked in Sophia Town and then it moved into Petersburg, it was the primogenotor of the Saint Petersburg Forest Academy
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


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