In addition to the curricular courses, the Padova semester offers to the SteDe students a number of seminars aimed at enhancing their learning experience and their critical and analytical skills.
For the AY 2017-2018, the title of the seminars cycle is “Sustainability: the territorial focus”.
People coming from the academia, but also from the institutional and professional sphere are going to talk about their experiences and their research, setting the ground for an ongoing constructive discussion.
Extra curricular activities are crucial for the SteDe program: students are called to take advantage of a rich offer aimed at improving their didactic (but not only) experience. Furthermore, most of the seminars are focused on establishing a productive dialogue between the academia and the work world.
Check out the seminars of the Padova semester!
Martin Jones (Staffordshire University) – 25/09/2017 (11.45-13.00)
New challenges of territorial politics: state rescaling, civil society engagement, and economic development.
Alessandro Leonardi (ETIFOR) – 27/10/2017 (9.30-11.00)
Philippe Pypaert (UNESCO) – 15/11/2017 (14.30)
The Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme of UNESCO and its World Network of Biosphere Reserve: Man and Nature Together for a Sustainable Planet.
Fabrizio Lobasso (Italian Ambassador in Sudan) – 16/12/2017 (Keynote Speaker Graduation ceremony)
Yves Cabannes (UCL) & Stavro Stavrides (NTUA) – 19/01/2018 (hh:mm TBC)
City, participation and commons