Nalivayko Nina Vasilievna – Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Professor of UNESCO, Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Information Processes and Technologies, Corresponding Member of the Slavic Academy, the leading researcher of the Institute of Philosophy and Law of the SB RAS, the director of the Research Institute of Philosophy of Education of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, the director of the Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Education at the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, the chairman of the "Siberian Association of Education Philosophers", the chairman of the Novosibirsk branch of the "Russian Philosophical Society", a member of the Presidium of the Russian Philos. Society.
Research activity. N.V. Nalivayko is associated with the development of axiological, cognitive and mental aspects of the modern philosophy of education, scientific and educational activities. The main theme of the research: "Philosophical and methodological analysis of the role of education in the civilizational process: the social and legal regulation of the education system in a changing Russia". Within the framework of social philosophy (09.00.11) she develops the theme "The philosophy of education, the formation and essence of the concept," and develops a new theory: "The philosophy of education as an independent direction of social philosophy", carries out a number of interdisciplinary researches in the field of philosophy of politics, sociology of management, etc.
The studies carried out by N. V. Nalivayko are reflected by the author in more than 500 scientific works and teaching aids published in journals refereed by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation, including 15 monographs. N. V. Nalivayko's works repeatedly became winners of the All-Russian competition for the best scientific book, five books-monographs received the Diploma of the winner of the All-Russian competition for the best scientific book of the Russian Federation. In fact, N. V. Nalivayko created a new unique scientific direction in the axiological niche of modernization of education. The monographs and articles published by her are actively used in the educational process of universities.
Organizational and managerial activities and the development of international relations are aimed at strengthening the unity of the scientific and educational space of the Russian Federation and the international image of Russian science. In 2001 (on the initiative of Corresponding Member of RAO A. Zh. Zhafyarov) the Research Institute of Philosophy of Education was created at the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University. In 2007, on the initiative of N.V. Nalivayko, the Siberian Association of Philosophers of Education was created, which she manages to this day. The Association cooperates with the Association of Russian Philosophers of Education (Barnaul, Krasnoyarsk, Kemerovo, Moscow, Vladivostok, etc.), with universities in Novosibirsk, International cooperation with Prague (Czech Republic), Brno (Slovakia), the World Association of Education Philosophers and others.
Educational activity and training of scientific personnel
By the decision of the Academic Council of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University in 2011, the Scientific School under the direction of Dr. Philos. Sc., prof. Nalivayko N.V. was established for the purpose of philosophical analysis of the ongoing processes of reforming the education and culture system and justifying ways to optimize the development and functioning of the system of domestic education. The theme of the scientific research of the School is "Philosophy of Education: Formation Problems and the Essence of the Concept." In the framework of the scientific school, under the guidance of N. V. Nalivayko, 20 dissertations for the academic degree of Doctor and Candidate of Philosophical Sciences have been defended.
Kosenko Tatyana Sergeevna - Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Docent, Deputy Director of the Research Institute of Philosophy of Education of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University.