Prof. Nikolay Garbovskiy
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Nikolay Garbovskiy (born in 1946 in Moscow) is the founder and director of the Higher School of Translation and Interpreting, Lomonosov Moscow State University (2005).
An interpreter, a translator and a translator trainer.
Graduated from the Military University of Foreign Languages (1970) and received his Higher Doctorate Degree in Philology (1989).
Vice-President of CIUTI (2012, 2015).
Laureate of the Lomonosov Prize for pedagogical activity (2004).
Distinguished Professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University(2001).
Honorary educationalist of higher professional education of the Russian Federation (2016).
Has also published over 150 articles and 15 books. His main research areas are translation theory, methodology and didactics.
He is also editor-in-chief of the “Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 22. Theory of Translation”.
Member of the Editorial board of the Babel (a scholarly journal designed primarily for translators, interpreters and terminologists) (2015).