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Science and the future: Farewell to the professor.  Mouths

Science and the future: Farewell to the professor. Mouths

Cremona – Shy and reserved, he has left in recent days Professor Guglielmo Bucci. He was 92 years old, much of it spent in advertising Teaching science and chemistry at Al-Osaili Scientific Secondary School, with a style that already appeared modern and sophisticated in the 1980s. He didn't say a word more or less, his rude manner seemingly disappearing before his eyes Ability to understand and interact with studentsFor its lightness and depth in treating them all as mature people, as college students long before graduation. It was his ability to always provide a high standard of study and preparation that placed him among the teachers most loved and appreciated by generations and generations of young people who had the opportunity to study with him.

Moreover, his questions were always precise and never casual, as he gave everyone the opportunity to demonstrate their level of preparedness. And His lecture notes often became actual reference texts. Tenacious, understanding, innovative and never predictable, Professor Bucky was also known for his good looks, elegance, and style that he never gave up, even when I met him walking into the center.Along Corso Garibaldi. “He always stayed consistent with himself,” he recalls his wife Elena, A teacher in turn and a well-known Cremonese artist -. “He left us within a few days. He didn't want to take selfies so we respected his expressed wishes. I think many of his former students will remember him for how much he always gave, every year.”

Professor Clara Failati, former President of the Asili Students AssociationProfessor Bocchi recalls thus: “Another pillar of Aselli High School has left us in recent days: Guglielmo Bocchi, science teacher. He was the first to introduce himself, in his elegant and apparently tough style, when in 1987 I returned, without emotion, to my high school as a teacher after having been a student there in the 1960s. I remember the rich professional setting, and the thousands of cultural aspects that emerged every day during the encounters between teachers and students. I remember in particular the organized trips, first of all to CERN in Geneva, with those classes that I had just met and that Guglielmo had described to me, which showed not only the scholastic but also the human aspects of each boy or girl. A curious mind open to new technologiesattentive to scientific research and innovations that she always talked about willingly, even when we were now retired, we met with Corso Garibaldi and chatted like professors between memories and news.”

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