Content about "teekkari (technology student)"

TEK’s Student Affairs Specialist Jeremi Nyyssönen put together five methods for supporting fellow students who belong to gender and sexual minorities.
News article | 6.7.2021
Ryhmäkuva TEKin opiskelijayhdyshenkilöistä
TEK's student liaisons, in Finnish opiskelijayhdyshenkilöt or tykit, advise students, support student events and recruit thousands of new members to the organization every year.
News article | 6.5.2022
Teekkarilakki vuodelta 1904.
The tassel is a big bone of contention in the history of the engineering students’ cap (teekkarilakki).
News article | 3.5.2022
Jyväskylän teekkarikaste 2022
At the first dipping (teekkarikaste) of engineering students at the University of Jyväskylä, a row of freshmen waded in the waters of Lake Jyväsjärvi up to their chests. In Turku, the new tradition is river-dipping.
News article | 17.5.2022
Well-being over the academic year
Half of technology students are concerned about their own well-being, says the latest student survey conducted by TEK. Students working towards their bachelor's degrees were more concerned than master's students. As first aid, TEK offers a peer support chat service.
News article | 19.1.2022
teekkarilakin valmistusta
TEK Magazine looked into the manufacturing process of the iconic Finnish tassel cap (teekkarilakki) and followed its journey from the hands of sewers to the hat store on Sofiankatu in Helsinki.
News article | 16.8.2022
Kuvassa on TEKille diplomityönsä tehnyt Antti Ilmavirta
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.
News article | 25.8.2022
students walking
Technology students belonging to minorities face more harassment and mistreatment than non-minority students. Their experiences include exclusion, undervaluing their skills, inappropriate comments and sexual harassment.
News article | 15.2.2022