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5 October 2017 / Events,

ICDS Research Fellow Was Elected the Best Lecturer of the Internal Security Institute

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Ivo Juurvee was elected by the MA students the best lecturer of the Internal Security Institute of Estonian Academy of Security Sciences for academic year 2016/2017

follow url The prize was announced on the Teachers Day on 5 October. Juurvee has been teaching at the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences as guest lecturer and later Associate Professor since 2011. Last year he taught the course “Hostile influence activities and possible countermeasures” for both Estonian MA students and ERASMUS exchange students and was main organizer of the hybrid threats response exercise “Smart Assistance 2017”.



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