"VitaGLOBAL focuses on sharpening university contribution to local development, specifically by proposing a curriculum development project that targets a growing agricultural sub-sector for all of the Partner regions involved: vinitivulture and enology"

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GTU website echoes the Vita Global consortium meeting

On the 16th of November was held a Consortium Meeting  of VitaGLOBAL project. The meeting was conducted via Zoom  due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 
GTU website published a brief report regarding this meeting. 

VITA GLOBAL in the 42nd SASEV Virtual Conference

We invite you to participate in the 42nd SASEV (South African Society for Enology and Viticulture) Virtual Conference that will take place on 3-5 November 2020 in which Elizabeth Colucci (OBREAL GLOBAL) will present the VITA GLOBAL project. 

VitaGlobal in "Pasaporte Global"

In the " Pasaporte Global " program of the University of Cuyo, member of the Vita Global consortium, Elizabeth Colucci (OBREAL GLOBAL) had the opportunity to present the project. In the same program, Julia Franco is interviewed about Viticulture in New Zealand. 

GTU introduced to their students and staff to the VitaGlobal project

 On November 9th, representatives of GTU conducted an online presentation of the Vita Global project to interested students , faculties and administrative staff.

Webinar: "About grapes vineyards and wines"

The University of Jujuy organized an interesting webinar about grapes, vineyards and wines. We had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Salvador Antón Clavé and Dr. Alvaro Peña Neira, partners in Vita Global project, among other experts in the field. The webinar took place on September 28th, 3:00 p.m. (Argentina).

UNCUYO's webinars on viticulture

UNCUYO launches a series of webinars on viticulture with the support of the European Commission in the framework of the VITA GLOBAL project. This series of webinars will be given by international exhibitors who will focus on wine marketing and sustainable economy. The first virtual meeting will take place on June 24th at 11 am. Free entrance with prior registration.


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