Summer School

Le scuole estive sono organizzate ogni anno verso la fine di luglio. Hanno durata settimanale e si compongono di 3 moduli tematici. I temi trattati intendono offrire delle competenze trasversali relative ad argomenti non presenti nel curriculum istituzionale, quali, ad esempio, comunicazione ambientale in ambito aziendale, bioeconomia, elementi di eco-tossicologia, ecc.
Oltre a coinvolgere docenti dell’Ateneo, le scuole estive vedono la partecipazione di docenti esterni ed esperti qualificati di imprese nazionali ed internazionali.

  Circular Economy Summer School 2022

The main objective of the Summer School is to provide participants with a number of technical and soft skills which are increasingly valued by employers today whilst presenting and discussing topics related to circular economy. Additionally,technical skills relating to the master's degree will also be integrated into the programme.

  Lecturers

  • Marco Bettiol - Associate Professor of Business Management | Department of Economics and Management - University of Padua
  • Maurizio Bianchini - Associate Professor of Business Law | Department of Private Law and Critique of Law - University of Padua
  • Federica Capuzzo  - Senior manager | Deloitte & Touche S.p.A.
  • Elisabetta Mutto Accordi - Communication consultant and freelance journalist
  • Davide Pettenella - Full professor of Forest Economics and Policy | Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry - University of Padua
  • Ilaria Piccoli - Researcher | Department of Agronomy, Food, Natural Resources, Animals and the Environment - University of Padua

  Program

The Summer School's programme comprises the following three courses*:

  • Legal and business communication aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): a multidisciplinary approach for Circular Economy ( 3 modules - 26 hours):
    • Effective communication on Circular Economy
    • Legal aspects of CSR in the Sustainability Landscape
    • Digital Marketing and Communication for the Circular Economy
  • Forest and Agricultural derived biomasses for circular economy (2 modules - 8 hours)
  • The Sustainability reporting process (1 module - 6 hours) 

Courses will be offered in person Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 5.30 pm. 

  Enrolment requirements

Summer schools are open to:

  • all students enrolled in the master’s degree programme in Sustainable Chemistry and Technologies for Circular Economy of UniPD
  • a selection of students regularly enrolled in master’s degree programmes of UniPD
  • up to 12 companies' employees