The Greek Association of Journalists, Authors and Communication Specialists of Science “Science View” organised this year for the third time the “Greek Student Parliament for Science 2018” in collaboration with the Institute of Geodynamics and the private school “Ellinogermaniki Agogi”.
This year’s subject was “Earthquakes: Exploring the contemporary achievements, the future challenges and the expectations in relation to education, facing and prevention”.
The students Avgerinou, A., Gourgouletis, N., Zotou, E., Drakoulakou, G., Theodoratou, E., Karaoglanis, C., Protonotariou, E., Fragkaki, T., Stamatiadi, S. of the “European Knowledge Paths in Sciences” club in charge of the teacher Ms. Argyri Panagiota participated in the event.
Around 80 students from 10 different schools participated in total. The club students (like all the rest of the participants) were divided in 3 subgroups and prepared 3 subunits: “Education”, “Facing”, “Prevention”.
The plenary of the participants chose (with secret vote) 6 students – 2 per subunit – to represent Greece in the European Student Parliament for Science.
The European Student Parliament for Science is organised with the initiative of the German Science Community “Science in Dialogue” (“Wissenschaft im Dialog”) and this year’s subject is “The future of mobility” and it will take place in collaboration with the Euroscience Open Forum – ESOF, in Toulouse, France, in July 2018 (9-14/7/2018).
3 out of the 6 representatives of Greece in the European Student Parliament for Science will be the students of our school:
1) Drakoulakou G. (Prevention)
2) Avgerinou A. (Facing)
3) Protonotariou E. (Education).
Congratulations to the students and their teacher who participated in the event!