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Are you ready for a PhD at DISTAL Department? Final ranking list for enrollment is finally available

The PhD programme in STAAA offers students an advanced education together with the opportunity of carrying out research work in the fields of agriculture and food sciences. The programme ensures that students build up a solid methodological background, allowing them to develop their multidisciplinary knowledge, an open minded approach to research and the ability to address problems in an innovative way, while combining different perspectives and approaches. The Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences’s commitment to research and its scientific collaborations with other institutions provide students with an ideal environment in which to pursue research in their personal fields of interest within a broad spectrum of different topics.

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Covid-19 | Phase 2

Also for STAAA PhD students, a progressive resumption of research activities is taking place from May 4th by guaranteeing safety and health on the workplace. By the way, DISTAL Department has adopted a strict Protocol and all the activities that have to be carried out in person need to be weekly planned and authorised in advance from the Director. The Protocol also specifies the behaviours and safety measures to be adopted and which individual protection devices to wear. On the other hand, teaching activities are continuing to be carried for safety reasons on with distance learning tools. University of Bologna and STAAA PhD programme join the CRUI campaign "CLOSE-AT-A-DISTANCE" (#viciniadistanza).

NEW WEBPAGE DEDICATED TO BIBIOGRAPHIC RESOURCES AND TOOLS AVAILABLE DURING COVID-19 EMERGENCE

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Congratulations on our new PhDs

Congratulations to our new 22 PhDs. We wish you the very best in your future careers---and keep in touch!

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Welcome to our new Members of PhD Board

The Board welcome Cesare Accinelli, Francesco Capozzi, Gloria Falsone and Francesco Spinelli to join the 22 other sitting members. We would like also to express our sincere thanks to Luca Dondini and Andrea Monti for their contributions to our PhD programme.

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PhD's Satisfaction Survey 2019

95% of the PhDs have succeeded in finding a job 3 years after having finished their PhD (92% after 1 years).

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Open Science at the University of Bologna

The University of Bologna is involved in the process of developing an open, transparent, and shared science. It has included Open Science in its 2019-2021 strategical plan and has set out a University policy based on open access to research publications and data.

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When food builds borders by Ilaria Porciani (Department of History and Cultures, UniBo)

This lecture suggests the need to rethink to what extent food shaped banal nationalism in 19th Century Europe and beyond. It also points out the danger of focusing on nation-states when turning food into heritage: even nomination of dishes to intangible heritage can fuel food wars. Last but not least, populism can appropriate the language of food to develop frictions and polarize aggressive feelings. While politicians of various European countries do so, celebrated chefs speak the language of hybridity, integration, and sustainability.

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UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA: CREATE YOUR FUTURE

DOCTORAL DEGREE CONFERMENT CEREMONY 2019