October 15, 2020
Last weekend was a lot of fun for the group of third year students taking the Scientific Inquiries in Environmental Science class taught by Dr. Marlena Ćukteraš.
Despite challenges posed by COVID-19 situation, Dr. Ćukteraš found a way to obey all safety measures and still provide her students with the field trip experience that makes all the difference when it comes to actually understanding sustainability.
Students were divided into two groups; one visited the peninsula Pelješac on Saturday and the other one on Sunday. Students visited Solana Ston to learn about production of salt, ancient city walls of Ston and the entire bay area of Mali Ston. Due to COVID-19 restrictions the students did not visit the winery, but they did learn about importance of drystones, how vineyards function and they got familiar with the diversity of flora and fauna while walking all the way to Prapratno beach.
RIT Croatia community proudly presents the newly chosen leadership of RIT Croatia Alumni Association: President Zoran Pejović (BS Class of 2004) and Vice President Angela J. Krčelić (BS Class of 2018)!! The election process took place in October and resulted in a great engagement from our alumni.
Student Government members from the Dubrovnik campus have organized the online Game Night as the first online event for the students of the Dubrovnik campus. The event took place on Thursday, October 15 in the afternoon hours and the Game night consisted of various Jackbox party pack games.
It is a common knowledge nowadays that events and various interactive activities have been deeply affected by the current situation caused by COVID-19 pandemics. Consequently, this has had an impact on plans and actions of student clubs at RIT Croatia.
After the nomination by the Council of Colleges and Higher Schools in June this year, Dr. sc. Irena Guszak Cerovečki was appointed by the Management Board of the Agency for the Science and Education to the Appeal Committee