Yesterday, Monday, April 8th, the Valencià de la Jonvetut Council set up an information desk at the Ágora of the Universitat Politècnica de València to inform the students about the importance of exercising the right to vote of the European Parliament. In addition, the students could participate in various activities and games.
Yesterday, Thursday, April 1, the activities of the 2019 University Spain Championship began with the technical meeting of the climbing modality in the Sala Ximo Mora.
This year the Valencian Community will host the Spanish University Championships, an event in which students from all over Spain will compete in 25 sports in the Valencian Community.
This event is organized together with the rest of public and private universities of the Valencian Community. The Universitat Politècnica de València will organize the modalities of climbing, sailing, volleyball and judo.
You can follow all the information of the 25 modalities through the web of the championships https://www.ceuscv2019.com/ and in the social networks with the up to # ceuscv2019
Today, Thursday, March 28, the company Sothis has presented its Halley Program in the Social Hall of the Student’s House. This program offers intensive training specialized in information technologies, business management and industrial management at no cost to students, professional development plans to choose a function of professional interests and incorporation as a consultant or junior engineer with an indefinite contract after successful completion the formation.
The event ended with a networking cocktail on the terrace.
Sothis is a company specialized in the agri-food, pharmaceutical, chemical, construction, distribution and automobile sectors thanks to its knowledge of industrial information systems, general information systems and business applications.
The Ximo Mora room of the Casa del Alumno hosts from Wednesday, March 27 until April 6, the exhibition that includes the best photos of the second edition of the Guille Martí Revillo Photography Contest whose theme is related to outdoor activities and nature is divided into different modalities such as basketball, climbing, nature, rugby, skate, slack line, diving, snow and surf.
“Guille is in every picture”
“This is a contest with a lot of heart”
Phrases like these help us to continue with this contest that reminds Guille through sports photography and adventure. We look for those photos that he would have liked to do. And this contest is very alive.
Because you keep responding. The jury, made up of photographers and professional athletes, has had to choose among the 609 photos presented to this second edition.
The selection of the best ones are the ones you can see here.
Enjoy Going for Guille!
Guille Martí Revillo studied at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He died, aged 19, on January 27, 2016, in Cala Amobolo (Xàbia).
He did what he liked: spearfishing.
If you dive: training and safety.
In addition, the generosity of the authors of “The best photos of the 1st Guille Martí Revillo Photography Contest” allowed them to be auctioned for charity. Nearly 2,000 euros were raised for different NGOs.
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As every year, the Student Recreation Centre wants to recognize and make visible the creativity of the students of the UPV. In this way, we invite you to participate in the XV Photography and Painting Contest Casa del Alumno.
Below you can see all the necessary information to present your proposal.
The Student’s Recreation Centre together with the UPV Student Delegation joins the demands of March 8, Women’s Day. With this campaign we wanted to make visible those women who had to hide their true identity under masculine pseudonyms to see their work valued.
Karen Blixen, Hedy Lamarr, Lise Meitner or Ángela Ruiz Robles are some of these women forgotten by history, and yet, in one way or another, they marked their development.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 6, Vicente Marco will give a creative writing workshop in the Sala de Grados 1 of The Student House Recreation at 6:30 p.m. The workshop is free entry until full capacity is reached.
Vicente Marco is a novelist, storyteller, dramatist and creative writing workshop teacher, has published eight novels, two compilations of stories, two plays and two writing manuals. His plays have been performed in different Spanish cities, in Santo Domingo and Mexico.
As a storyteller and as a playwright, he has won over fifty literary awards, including the Tiflos, Jaén and Valencia novel awards, the Unamuno, Julio Cortázar, Alberto Lista, Huchas de oro, counting and Fray Luis de León theater prizes.