International Summer School on Land degradation in Italy
1stInternational Summer School on Land degradationwas held 5-10 June 2017 at Molise University, Campobasso, Italy. Professor Saparbekova Almira and the students of Biotechnology department Akhmetova Aigerim, Irsaliyeva Sabina and Saduakassova Maira participated from SKSU.
Summer school was officially opened on June 5th, 2017 by the local coordinator of the IUCLAND project, prof. Angelo Belliggiano together with the directors of the summer school, prof. Claudio Colombo and prof. Elisabetta Salimei. The courses consisted in lectures, after lectures discussions, and a final field trip in conservative agriculture farm places.The duration of summer school was 6 working days, 40 hours.During 6 days of summer school in Campobasso, 15 lecturers from Italy and abroad delivered 5 lectures including prof Saparbekova Almira Amangeldiena were dealing about various topics related to land degradation and related issues.
The last day of the summer school was dedicated to field trip in conservative farm. At the end of field trip, there was final ceremony, where students received certificate of attendance.
International Summer School on LAND DEGRADATION AND SUSTAINABLE LAND USE Slovak University of Agriculture, Nitra, Slovak Republic
Summer school titled “Land Degradation in Slovakia” took place at Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra from June 26 to July 1, 2017. Professor, head of department “Biotechnology’ Saparbekova Almira and the students of Biotechnology department KhussanovaUmida ,Kurbaniyazova Dina and Assan Aisulu participated.
Summer school was officially opened on June 26, 2017 by the local coordinator of the IUCLAND project, prof. Anna Bandlerová together with the supervisor of the summer school, prof. PavolBielek. Participants of the summer school were given basic information about the program, organizational issues, and final exam. During 6 days of summer school in Nitra, 15 lecturers from Slovakia and abroad delivered 17 lectures dealing with various topics related to land degradation and related issues.
Inseparable part of the program was field trip to University farm in Kolínany. The first part of the field trip involved visit of the unique and experimental Biogas station. In the next part of the field trip, participants visited the field with fast-growing plants. Summer school was officially concluded by prof. Bandlerová and prof. Bielek. During the final ceremony, students received certificate of attendance and transcript of records.