The future of Milan belongs to the students The prize for the most innovative theses

The future of Milan belongs to the students The prize for the most innovative theses
The future of Milan belongs to the students The prize for the most innovative theses

A project that focuses on young people and the future: Nuove Guglie Carlo Tognoli of the Centro Studi Grande Milano is dedicated to the former mayor, who, according to Ernesto Pellegrini, “spoke from the heart”, and is an opportunity for university students to get involved and have visibility with companies. The initiative is part of “AMARE come Te” and consists of the sum of 2 thousand euros that will be given to ten Bocconi and Politecnico students, who will undertake a degree thesis with the future of the city at the center. “We decided to dedicate the award to Tognoli precisely because of its attention to innovation and a training course in digitization for the elderly”, explains Daniela Mainini, president of the Centro Studi Grande Milano at the presentation of the project. “Milan is a city that is based on the contribution of young people, a category that, together with that of women, is underestimated”, said Letizia Moratti, vice president of the Lombardy Region. To win the prize, students will have to present projects that are not only innovative, but which also care about “environmental sustainability, but also and above all social, with an eye to the theme of inclusion”, specifies the rector of Bocconi, Gianmario Verona. .

Chiara Zennaro

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