Konstantin V. Stvolygin

Konstantin V. Stvolygin

Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor

Department of Social Work and Rehabilitation

Kalvaryiskaia str. 9, room 736 Minsk Republic of Belarus 220004

Tel.: (+375-17) 259-70-61; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Born in Kalinin (Tver). From 1974 to 1994 he served in the Armed forces. In 1990 he graduated with honors from the pedagogical faculty of the Military-political Academy (Moscow) with a degree in «Military-pedagogical, social Sciences» and began teaching.

In 1992, taking into account the theme and results of the dissertation research, as an expert he was a member of the working group established in accordance with the resolution of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Belarus to prepare draft Laws of the Republic of Belarus on military issues.
In 1991 he entered the Belarusian state University and in 1995 graduated from the postgraduate course on-the-job.

After his discharge from the Armed forces in 1996, he taught at the Republican Institute of higher education of BSU, the Institute of Modern Knowledge, the branch of the Russian state social University in Minsk, the State Institute of management and social technologies of BSU. Since 2017 I teach at the Department of social work and rehabilitation of the Faculty of philosophy and social Sciences of BSU.

In 1997 he defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of historical sciences.

From 1996 to 1998, he was retrained in Riga BSU in the specialty «Practical psychology» with the qualification «Practical psychologist in educational institutions».

On March 12, 2003 by the resolution of the HAC of the Republic of Belarus he was awarded the academic title of associate Professor in Psychology.
In 2013, he was retrained at the Russian state social University under the program «Manager of the social sphere».

Research Interests:

• problems of refusals from military service and alternative civilian service;

• problems of aggression and violence;

• psychological features of professional formation of military personnel.

Teaches the following disciplines:

• «Theoretical foundations of social work»;

• «Psychology of aggression and violence»;

• «Economic and administrative bases of social work»;

• "Penitentiary and post-penitentiary rehabilitation».

During his pedagogical activity he published more than 110 scientific and educational works, including 3 monographs, 20 textbooks and training manual.