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ADVANCED RESEARCH ON COMMUNICATION
The complex world, increasingly interconnected and technologically structured where we live, requires research that works alongside concrete situations, inside the real territories of society, economy, culture, politic, in contact with people and needs.
2nd Symposium on Sustainability in University Campuses
Florence, 10th-12th December 2018

The University of Florence will host the "2nd Symposium on Sustainability in University Campuses". The Symposium is an international event aimed to promote the exchange of ideas and projects for the construction of increasingly green university campuses. The Symposium has been organised by the University of Florence, the Research and Transfer Centre “Sustainable Development and Climate Change Management” of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany), and the Inter-University Sustainable Development Research Programme (IUSDRP).

The CfGC will participate with two speeches entitled:

  • "Salomone Sostenibile": an Award to 'Communicate' the University's Leading Role in Sustainable Development (Toschi, Sbardella, Simonetta)
  • Generating a New Idea of the Public Mission for Universities. A Sustainable Communication Paradigm for Community Building (Davini, Marchionne, Pandolfini)

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Scientia atque Usus

We redefine the relationship between knowledge
and our ability to intervene on reality
CfGC brings together the world of research and training with subjects who work in society, the economy, politics and culture...
Caesari omnia uno tempore erant agenda: vexillum proponendum [...] signum tuba dandum [...] ab opere revocandi milites [...] acies instruenda, milites cohortandi [...]. Quarum rerum magnam partem temporis brevitas et incursus hostium impediebat. His difficultatibus duae res erant subsidio, scientia atque usus militum, quod superioribus proeliis exercitati, quid fieri oporteret, non minus commode ipsi sibi praescribere quam ab aliis doceri poterant, et quod ab opere singulisque legionibus singulos legatos Caesar discedere nisi munitis castris vetuerat [...].
~ C. Iulius Caesar, Commentarii de bello gallico, L. II/20

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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION GENERATES RESOURCES
We design and implement integrated communication solutions for and together with our partners. Today the problem is not the lack of opportunities and resources, it is the inability to recognize them and to realize a communication, also organizational, that can enhance them.

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Luca Toschi

Full Professor
Research Director

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Viola Davini

PhD Student
Research Fellow

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Cosimo Barberi

Research Fellow
 

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Eugenio Pandolfini

PhD
Research Fellow

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Gianluca Simonetta

PhD
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Ilaria Marchionne

PhD Student
 

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Marco Sbardella

PhD
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Matteo Coppi

PhD Student
 

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Cesare doveva fare tutto nel medesimo tempo: sollevare il vessillo […] dare il segnale con la tromba […] richiamare i soldati dal lavoro […] schierare […] esortare i soldati […]. L’esiguità del tempo e l’avanzata del nemico impedivano una gran parte di queste operazioni. A queste difficoltà due cose sovvenivano: l’istruzione e l’esperienza dei soldati, poiché, esercitati nei precedenti combattimenti, erano in grado di prescriversi essi stessi le operazioni che dovevano essere fatte, non meno opportunamente che se fossero state loro da altri indicate, secondo, l'obbligo imposto da Cesare ai vari legati di non allontanarsi dalla propria legione prima del termine dei lavori.