"Fuoriclasse", the initiative designed by Sant'Anna School dedicated to male and female high school students, will be presented on February 27 in the presence of high school principals
Fuoriclasse is the initiative that brings high school students closer to the world of research. The first talk is scheduled for March 9 at the Sant'Anna School headquarters. Other talks and insights will be hosted in the TeCIP offices, PlantLAB in Ghezzano and the Biorobotics Institute in Pontedera
The "Fuoriclasse" initiative designed as part of the Third Mission of the Sant'Anna School, was born with the intention to promote research to the students. An initiative that has led to the creation and organization of dedicated talks that will take place from March to the end of May and which involve about 30 researchers.
The insights and topics covered during the individual meetings are heterogeneous: from law to cybersecurity, from environmental sustainability to robotics, from medicine to applied sciences.
28 talks have already been scheduled which will begin on 9 March and which will be hosted by 4 locations of the School, including the headquarters in Piazza Martiri della Libertà, the headquarters of TeCIP - CNR Area, the PlantLab headquarters in Ghezzano (PI) and the Institute of Biorobotics in Pontedera.
To present all the talks, the Sant'Anna School has organized an event for the morning of Monday 27 February, in the presence of the researchers who have joined the initiative, as well as the head teachers of high schools and technical institutes, who have expressed interest in Fuoriclasse.
To book please send an email to email@example.com a week before the event.
For details, see the attached calendar.