She worked as a lecturer at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy: information about the victim of the Russian strike on Kyiv has emerged. Photo.
During a terrorist missile attack on Kyiv by Russian troops on January 2, Lyudmyla Shevtsova, a scholar who taught at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, was killed. She would have turned 85 on February 2.
This tragic news was announced by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy on its official Facebook page. The woman lived in Solomianka, where the wreckage of a Russian missile fell.
She died in an ambulance on the way to the hospital.
"Today, on January 2, 2024, as a result of the Russian shelling of Kyiv, a teacher of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Professor of the Department of Ecology Lyudmyla Shevtsova was killed. For many years she was a member of the Institute of Hydrobiology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, where she received her PhD and in 1999 her doctorate in biology with a degree in hydrobiology. Among Ms. Liudmyla's scientific achievements is the development of methods to combat drift in irrigation systems," the university said.
Since 2014, she has been working at the Department of Ecology at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. There, she taught the course "Fundamentals of General Biology" for bachelors, "Biodiversity" and "Ecology of Water Systems" for masters, and also conducted classes with graduate students on the development of dissertation projects. Liudmyla Vasylivna was also the curator of the Master's degree program in Ecology and Environmental Protection.
Earlier it was reported that on the morning of January 2, the terrorist state of Russia took 16 Tu-95MS bombers into the sky and launched missiles at Ukraine, including "Daggers". They constantly changed their vector of movement, but mostly headed for Kyiv region, where they eventually hit and fell.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, in Kyiv, during a large-scale attack on the morning of January 2, the occupiers hit a civilian infrastructure facility in the Podil district. In several districts, the debris of the downed targets fell on residential buildings and open space, fires broke out, and water supply lines and a gas pipe were damaged. There are deaths and dozens of people were injured.