Mr Feodor Snagovsky

School of Politics and International Relations,
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

“There’s always this sort of feeling in undergrad that all of the answers are already found, we already know everything there is to know. And oftentimes in lecture and in class you get that sense from your conveners, that here’s what it is and here are the facts and here’s what you need to know. It obscures the fact that there’s so much we don’t know, and those questions are really interesting. I’m really motivated by problem solving and asking questions that haven’t been asked before that hopefully have some applicability to people’s lives.”Mr Feodor Snagovsky
“I am inspired by students who aren’t afraid to ask questions. We’re often, especially in first year, conditioned to just go with the flow, to not differentiate yourself too much from the pack. And students that aren’t afraid to ask questions, that are curious, they really inspire me”Mr Feodor Snagovsky