The university orientation school this week takes place at the Normale di Pisa. It involved 70 students from all over Italy, good and motivated. They will start university next year. «We started orientation over 40 years ago – says al TV news of Telegranducato the director of the Normale Luigi Ambrosio – and we have adapted to the changing times and the new needs of today’s eighteen year olds ».
This orientation path in particular is shared between the Normal Schoolthere Sant’Anna School and the Iuss school. And it has great value, also according to Riccardo Pietrabissa and Emanuele Rossi. The first is the Rector of the Iuss, the second Pro-Rector in the orientation of Sant’Anna. They too participate in the first meeting with these eighteen year olds. Some say they already have clear ideas, but are ready to put them back into play.
The first lesson I present them to the university world is from Professor Tommaso Pizzorusso of the Scuola Normale. It is called “the changing brain, brain plasticity”. Neuroscience is a discipline in which our country boasts avant-garde studies.
There will be more lessons like this in the next few days. Participants will also discuss topics with an interdisciplinary method and will participate in real workshops.
Then, accompanied by the student tutors, they will discover the study students and will have the answers to their doubts about choosing what environments to do
The first day ended with a visit to the city of Pisa, from the Palazzo della Carovana, the headquarters of the Normale, to Piazza dei Miracoli.
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