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Via Querinissima General Assembly held  April, 22nd 2024, approved a pilot action to enhance the
awareness of younger students on European heritage and engage them in the Via Querinissima

The pilot project will involve scholars from the entire Via Querinissima areas in educational and creative
activities and will drive to a final parallel exhibition in the local contact office of the Association.

University of Padua

Via Querinissima as a case study at the University of Padua.

The students of the Master’s degree course in Tourism Enhancement and Landscape Promotion, guided by Professor Chiara Rabbiosi developed project works to develop the itinerary. The students also had the opportunity to meet members of the Association to learn more about the Association’s activities at an international level and to better develop their proposals.

Thanks to these brilliant students for working on Via Querinissima and for their works.

Below some students during the presentation of their proposals.

Program meeting at Veneto Regional Council with VQ Partners: click here

At school with Pietro Querini at the time of Covid - High School " A. Scarpa"

On the initiative of Professor Angela Pluda, the students of the A. Scarpa High School  (Located in Motta di Livenza)  creatively reinterpreted and communicated Querini’s journey from different perspectives
The themes used to develop the projects were: adventure and survival, the sea, the journey, death and faith
Here are some of their works.
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Nord University

By invitation of Professor Eide, Stefano Agnoletto, Responsible for VQ in Norway, gave a lecture on Via Querinissima cultural route as a tool available for innovative touristic project at Nord University.

Via Querinissima was a case study for the course in Experience-Based Innovation and Value Co-Creation (second year of the Master in business management and for the Master in global management). 

Thanks to Prof. Dorthe Eide, Professor i organisasjon og ledelse, who made this possible!

Under Water World Exhibition - High School of Nove

Via Querinissima supported the exhibition ‘Under Water World – revaluation of a world’. A not-to-be-missed exhibition of the works created by the students of the G. De Fabris High School of Art of Nove, who created splendid works centred on the theme of Stockfish!

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