MUNER steps up the pace at Motor Valley 2024

At the heart of Modena’s bustling Motor Valley Fest, MUNER – Motorvehicle University of Emilia Romagna – has added to the excitement with a series of dynamic activities over four action-packed days from 2 to 5 May 2024.

Stand in Piazza Grande
Amidst the vibrant atmosphere of Piazza Grande, MUNER stood tall alongside national Formula Student and Moto Student teams, showcasing innovation and expertise in automotive engineering. In collaboration with Radio FSC Unimore, MUNER orchestrated a captivating panel of interviews with its faculty, industry pioneers, students and institutional representatives. This platform provided invaluable insights into the latest developments in the automotive sector and fostered meaningful dialogue and knowledge exchange.

MUNER’s Talent Talk at Teatro San Carlo: a powerful speech
Stepping onto the prestigious stage of the Teatro San Carlo, MUNER took the spotlight at the Talent Talk session. In a compelling speech delivered by Soundous Drissi, MUNER Programme Manager, Elena Bassoli and Vittorio Ravaglioli, both professors at MUNER, and Giorgia Carbone, Communication & Inst. Relations Manager, AVL, the focus was on MUNER’s Gender and Diversity Empowerment Committee, a testament to the University’s commitment to promoting inclusivity and diversity in the automotive sector.
Launched in February, this initiative exemplifies MUNER’s commitment to driving positive change and promoting equality across the industry.

MUNER would like to thank the students whose enthusiasm and dedication brought our vision to life throughout Motor Valley Fest. We also extend our gratitude to all the individuals who generously shared their voices and insights, enriching our experience amidst the electrifying ambience of this iconic festival.

As the curtain closes on Motor Valley Fest 2024, MUNER remains steadfast in its mission to inspire innovation, promote diversity and lead the automotive industry into a brighter, more inclusive future, by steadfastly educating the engineers of tomorrow.

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