Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor Department of German Philology.
In 2002 he graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages with a degree in Language and Literature (English, French).
In 2015 he defended his dissertation on specialty 10.02.15 - General Linguistics (035 Philology.) Dissertation topic: "Diachronic semasiology: history and current state."
Research interests: historical and modern semasiology, lexicology.
Publications: is the author of more than 35 publications, including 8 professional articles, co-author of 1 collective monograph, more than 10 non-professional articles and abstracts, student publications.
In 2018, he completed an internship in the United States (New York) at New York University (NUY) in the US Culture and Society program initiated by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State.
Teaches the following disciplines:
- "Practice of oral and written speech";
- "Theory and practice of discursive analysis";
- "Communication strategies";