DMITRYUK Natalya V. - doctor of philological Sciences, Professor, graduated from the philological faculty of Shymkent pedagogical Institute (1972), where he works at the Department of methodology of Russian language and literature from 1974.
Ph.D. thesis "National-cultural specificity of lexical Association" defended at the Institute of linguistics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (Moscow, 1985).
Doctoral dissertation "Form of existence and functioning of language consciousness in non-homogeneous linguistic and cultural environment in the Institute of linguistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, 2000).
Nostrification degree of doctor of the topic of degree work. Sciences in 2001.
Professor HAC RK, Diploma No. 00456823 from 30.11.2006/
Member of the editorial Board of the scientific journal "Bulletin of Kokshetau state
University. W. Ualikhanov": philological Series, Kokshetau, recommended PSU (from 2010 to present).
Member of editorial Board of scientific journal "Problems of psycholinguistics", recommended
the HAC RF, Moscow, Russia, (from 2011 tоl present).
Member of the editorial Board of the scientific journal "Bulletin of the Tver state University: philological Series, recommended by the higher attestation Commission of Russia, Tver, Russia,
(from 2012 to present).
Member of the Kazakhstan Association of teachers of Russian language and liter (Almaty).
Member of the Slavic cultural center (Shymkent, currently)
Awards and prizes:
• medal for the 20th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2011)
• the grant is awarded "Best teacher of high school - 2007"
• the grant is awarded "Best teacher of high school - 2012"
• Governmental scholarship RK (2006-2008)
• Governmental scholarship RK (2010-2012)
The head of the scientific Project of RK No. 0771/GF on the topic: «Intercultural Communication: Mentally Marked Concepts of the Kazakh Culture, Social Identity and Tolerance» during 2012 – 2014.
The head of the scientific research cooperation Agreements with foreign universities (IA RAS, PFUR, MIL - Moscow, VT - Tver and others).
Under her leadership, protected 8 PhD theses, 27 masters and 1 doctoral thesis.
Has more than 250 scientific publications, including 3 monographs, 1 textbook, 17 manuals, 4 electronic textbook.
Sphere of scientific interests: theoretical and didactic problems of the theory of speech activity, intercultural communication, language models of the world, the national language of consciousness, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, ethnolinguistics and other.