Volunteering has always been an integral part of RSMU extracurricular activity. RSMU students usually pull together in tough times and this unprecedented period of the COVID-19 pandemic, which impacts everyone’s life, has already shown their fantastic response to coronavirus with lots of volunteering going on. It should be mentioned that students who volunteer are motivated by the desire to improve things or help people.
On International Volunteer Day RSMU Rector Roman Kalinin expressed profound gratitude to our volunteers and awarded the most distinguished ones with diplomas of recognition for great personal contribution to preventing the spread of the COVID-19 in Ryazan and responsible assistance at the Unified Vaccination Center.
RSMU FOIS students were among the awarded having proved that there were no age or language barriers for a person willing to do good deeds. Sharifova Nozanin (Tajikistan, 5th year, General Medicine), Shvidchenko Cristina (Moldova, 5th year, General Medicine) and Dyma Yassin (Morocco, 5th year, Medicine) took an active part in helping medical staff at vaccination centers that summer.
Moreover, during their time at University students have contributed significantly to the wider community through the care they give to Ryazan citizens.
We wholeheartedly congratulate all the volunteers and wish them inspiration and good health, plenty of motivation and pleasure from multiplying well in the world!