Great success for the Career DAY Future Job 4.0 organised by Guglielmo Marconi University!

Career DayGuglielmo Marconi University, in cooperation with Manageritalia longstanding Federation of business representatives, Porta Futuro Lazio the agency funded by Region Lazio and Agol Association have successfully organized an intense Career Day - Future Job 4.0 addressed to students, graduated, unemployed people and all who wished to re-tailor their careers.

Career DayMore than 500 visitors have benefited from the event, more than 20 companies have offered in site their experiences, have made interviews with visitors and have collected curricula vitae for current vacancies. The main conference hall at Guglielmo Marconi University in Rome has therefore hosted a key stage for discussions on the complex Labour Market situation, for training sessions on personal brand and to seek job opportunities.
Excellent feedbacks have been showed by companies and participants who awarded important prizes offered by companies. Finally, the video competition One Minute Pitch was, as expected, a great opportunity for students to record a video and introduce themselves, own competencies and ambitions. The best video has won a Smartphone OnePlus 3!

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Plenary Meeting of EMPLOY European Project in Estonia on 5th – 6th September 2016!

In the framework of the Erasmus+ - KA2 Strategic partnership, Università degli Studi “Guglielmo Marconi” attended the plenary meeting of EMPLOY project, held on September, 5-6th 2016 at Tallinn University in Estonia. The meeting was aimed at presenting the state of art of the project and discussing about the next steps such as the development and design of EMPLOY game that will be ready by the end of October.

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INSPIRING Science Education Conference 2016

logo iseThe Inspiring Science Conference 2016 took place in Athens at the premises of Ellinogermnaiki Agogi between 22nd -24th April 2016. Educators, scientists, future teachers, policy makers, outreach organisations and interested stakeholders participated in this three-days event of reflection and celebration of inspiring science teaching. The aim of the ISE Conference 2016 was to present and discuss results and best practices from ISE’s large scale implementations, as well as to provide an opportunity for researchers, teachers and policy makers to explore innovative approaches to science teaching, new technological applications in STEM, the role of Big Ideas in science teaching, and ultimately to offer a glimpse into the science classroom of the future. A special ceremony was organized for the winners of the ISE contest during the Athens Conference.

Winners of the Eratosthenes Experiment Photo Contest

Eratosthenes ExperimentThe Eratosthenes Experiment 2016, organised by Ellinogermaniki Agogi’s (EA) Research and Development Department as part of the Inspiring Science Education (ISE) project between 16th and 21st March 2016, received another tremendous response, as 1142 schools from all over the world participated in this celebration of science and education, calculating the circumference of the Earth by using eLearning educational tools and simple instruments. A cluster of 144 schools and institutions took part in the Eratosthenes Photo Contest, submitting pictures capturing the schools’ involvement in the experiment. The two winners in the Eratosthenes Experiment 2016 Photo Contest were Mr Petros Koutroulis from the Tragaia Senior High School in the Island of Naxos (Greece) and Ms Paola Castagnoli from theLiceo Scientifico Roiti in the city of Ferrara (Italy). They will receive scholarships to attend the Inspiring Science Education Summer Academy 2016.