Maryana Votkanych reported on the death of Maria Kozak, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Literature of Uzhhorod National University, on the social network Facebook.
“Maria Yuriyivna was always friendly, hospitable, selfless, ready to share and come to the aid of everyone. In relation to work and assignments she was very obligatory and responsible. She was always loving and devoted to her relatives, faithful and deeply decent to friends. soul and in action was a great patriot of his small homeland and Ukraine, knew its history, valued the language, cared for the present and future of the country, “- says Maryana Votkanych.
Edited by Mukachevo.net expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends, colleagues and students of Maria Kozak.
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For reference. Maria Yuriyivna Kozak was born on September 30, 1966 in the village of Maidan of Mizhhirya district of Zakarpattia region. After high school she graduated from Khust Forestry College, and in 1992? Philological Faculty of Uzhhorod National University. She was an honest and inquisitive studentstudent, was interested in the achievements of science and showed a penchant for research. On the recommendation of the Department of Ukrainian Literature, she entered graduate school, completed and in 2002 successfully defended her dissertation under the supervision of Professor Golomb LG Since 1996 she has worked as a teacher, and since 2002 – an associate professor of the department. During her teaching work she developed important courses on the history of Ukrainian literature, interested students in relevant special courses, the latest achievements of native literature and literary studies.
Maria Yuriyivna was actively engaged in scientific work, her thorough work performed at the modern methodological level is an important contribution to the national literary criticism.
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