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Nearly half of LGBTQI+ students fear discrimination in their career
Technology students who belong to sexual and/or gender minorities see more risks in their future than students who do not belong to these minorities.
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In perfect harmony – Akava’s panel lacking major drama
During Akava’s first presidential panel, candidates Jari Jokinen and Maria Löfgren were very much in agreement on things, even to a surprising extent. Differences could be found in the highlights of their work experience.
Improving Finland's competitiveness
Here are the finalists for the Finnish Engineering Award 2022.
Green transition requires skilled engineers and collaboration across the Nordics
According to ANE’s recent report, there is a need for a diverse set of engineering skills in the Nordics to achieve the green transition. Each Nordic country has a slightly different focus on green technologies and therefore different skill requirements as well. The report also identifies a need to harmonize the Nordic market.
Jari Jokinen is TEK’s candidate for Akava presidency – “Public debate is a team sport”
The board of the Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK has unanimously decided to support Jari Jokinen as he stands for the Akava presidency. Jokinen points out that the opinions and demands of the members towards unions are changing, and Akava must keep up with this development.
Blog: Research background is useful in lobbying
On a European level, I want to empower personnel to participate more in decision-making that concerns them. In terms of university collaboration, I already have my eyes set on this winter’s salary negotiations in academia.
Already one in three university degrees in technology are delayed due to coping issues
“Aside from being a human problem, wearing out future talent while they are still at school is socially unsustainable,” says Director of Public Affairs Juhani Nokela from Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK.
Technology students’ associations strive for more inclusive activities
Antti Ilmavirta's thesis found that the associations that provide freshman education consider their activities to be inclusive, but also identify areas that need to be improved. Ilmavirta will now be able to use the lessons learned from his thesis as the Executive Director of the Aalto University Student Union.
Jari Jokinen stands for President of Akava
Jari Jokinen, Chief Executive Director of Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK and first Vice-President of Akava, the Confederation of Unions for Professional and Managerial Staff in Finland, has announced his availability for the Akava presidency. Akava's long-time President Sture Fjäder has announced that he will step down at this November’s general assembly.
Carbon-smart TEK is on the horizon
TEK’s goal of being among the first carbon-neutral trade organisations is now one step closer.
Member survey reveals five TEK member types
The majority of the members of Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK are world savers.
Press release: It’s now more than time to reinforce the energy security and carbon neutrality with an approved delegated act of European taxonomy
The inclusion of nuclear and gas in the European taxonomy is of primary importance for the climate challenge, for diversifying energetic supplies and increasing European energetic independence, for social justice, for economic sustainability and for the future of their jobs in an essential industrial and service sector.