Students, who entered our university in 2016 to study in the educational programs “Forest Complex Equipment” and “Woodworking Technologies”, visited the National Historical Landscape Park named after G. Skovoroda.
During a tour of the Literary Memorial Museum (it is located in the estate where the world-famous philosopher lived) and a tour of the landscape park, which was one of his favorite places, students learned a lot about the life and scientific path of Grigory Skovoroda. Then teachers and students joined the work on landscaping the Museum.
Students made and presented a tribune for one of the halls of the Museum, where scientific conferences and educational events take place in support of the long-standing ties of our university with the National Museum of G. Skovoroda,
Meanwhile, porridge was already cooked on the hearth. Students and teachers actively and emotionally exchanged impressions and discussed plans for further cooperation with the Museum and tasted the dish.
Of general interest was the appeal of the management of the National Landscape Park to the Department of Woodworking Technologies and Systems Engineering of the forest complex with a proposal to develop a project for the reconstruction of a summer gazebo on the water, which was destroyed during World War II.