Nina P. Denisyuk is a Candidate of Philosophical Sciences and holds the position of an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science.
She graduated from the Faculty of Philology of Belarusian State University with honors in 1971. She took a post-graduate course in 1974. She defended thesis in Philosophy «Folk traditions and customs and their role in shaping personality» in 1977. She was awarded the academic title of Associate Professor in 1984.
Nina P. Denisyuk is a Member of the Law Faculty Academic Council. She lectures in Political Science, Introduction to political theory (author's course), Ethnic politics (author's course), organization of election campaigns (author's course).
Her main teaching and research interests focus on questions of social policy, ethical issues of modern society, political marketing, political socialization, political culture. She is the author of over 100 publications. Her recent publications include «Public Associations as Interest and Pressure Groups» (2007), «Positive Image of Belarus as a Resource for National Development» (2009), «Election Campaign: the Market Model» (2010), «Political Science: Course book» (2011) co-authored with Nina Antanovich and others., «Introduction to Political Theory» (2019).
Public Associations as Interest and Pressure Groups. Positive Image of Belarus as a Resource for National Development. Election Campaign: the Market Model.