Tulevia väitöksiä 29.3. Vesa Vihanninjoki: The Aesthetics of Everyday Urban Places: A Postphenomenological Perspective Lisätiedot ja striimi: https://t.co/E4gZC8PtUr #WeAreHelsinkiUni #HYhumtdk #väitös
44 search results for: perspective
Vasilis Maltezos, doctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki, Finland:
"Greetings to all! I joined the team in late 2020 as a doctora…
💡 What is the B Corporation certification and what does it actually mean?
✨ For this insightful session, we’ll be joined by Daniel Truran,…
We discovered that there is need to rethink visual communication, ie design forms & practices from a decolonial perspective. Read our chapter titled "Dialogue on Anti-Racism and Art Activism from a Decolonial Perspective." #MyReseach2020 #WeAreHelsinkiUni https://t.co/cdg74KJ5Hb https://t.co/vvrI1zDY04
"We need contemporary church history and historical perspective to develop our human identity as well as european and christian identity." Thank you, professor Katharina Kunter! 👇 #NewProfessors #WeAreHelsinkiUni #churchhistory https://t.co/RrppdLMyDe
Discussing the concept of 'Human-Wildlife Coexistence' from a transdisciplinary perspective. Yesterday. @convivconserv #WageningenUniversity #UniversityofSheffield #UniversityofSaoPaulo #UniversityofHelsinki #UniversityofDodoma #UniversityofCalifornia #UCSB
Welcome to BioColour-project’s next broad audience event on Monday 17.8.2020 at 17-19!
The event program dives into the relations between co…
GE1-kurssilla ajatuksia herättävä työpaja Citizen Perspective on Circular Economy. Virtuaalityöpajan piti tutkijatohtori Angelina Korsunova-T…
"It’s time for us adults to take children’s perspectives seriously!" Professor @LasseLipponen calls for empathy and playful learning for children in response to the #COVID19 pandemic. @helsinkiuni @HeiSchools #HelsinkiEdu #children #empathy #preschool #playfullearning https://t.co/8YgZxMsCkE
Tell us something about yourself:
“My name is Jacky, and I am the communications manager at #ESNUniHelsinki. I study International Relations…
Tomorrow at 13:00. Let’s explore the concept #extractivism! #Ecological, #cultural and #social perspectives. Participate from your home office, streaming link on website! #HelsinkiSustainability @HokkanenSaana @oslem_celik https://t.co/zuUyJkz4Z0
"From the perspective of the University's long history, we can safely say that we have been through a lot and will not be defeated by the current virus outbreak. Studies and research continue." Rector Jari Niemelä: “Our community will carry us forward.” #WeAreHelsinkiUni
What role for corporate lawyers #Sustainability? #HELSINKISUSTAINABILITY @HerlerCasper : "Depends on the time-frame - a longer perspective requires a proactive emphasis on sustainability." It remains for the legislator to make sure responsible impulses & 1st movers are rewarded
Can we save languages that are spoken by a very small number of people? Which one is more difficult for artificial intelligence to learn: to communicate in natural speech or to drive a car? How can you tell where someone is from just by hearing their dialect? Answers to these and many other questions can be found in the Master’s Programme in Linguistic Diversity and Digital Humanities. We talked to professor Matti Miestamo and student Paavo Rinkkala about the programme that brings together cognitive science, digital humanities, general linguistics, language technology and phonetics from the perspective of diversity. The applications are open for this and our 34 other International Master’s Programmes until 10 Jan 2020.
Both have different backgrounds, but Tania's experience in the corporate world and Md Shamsuzzaman Shohagh's familiarity with agriculture make for a perfect match when it comes to their study programme: Forest Sciences. This programme seeks to solve - among other things - how trees are grown and processed into products in a sustainable and efficient manner. Learn more about Forest Sciences 🔗 https://bit.ly/2P2RHnY 📣 The application period for our International Master's Programmes to start in autumn 2020 has begun, ending on January 10th 2020 at 15:00 (UTC+2).
European and Nordic Studies student Arim had read lots about Finnish society in while living in South Korea, but studying and living in Helsinki greatly enhanced her critical thinking skills. Now, she truly understands how this Northern region works. Learn more about European and Nordic Studies 🔗 bit.ly/2xyn943 📣 Applications for all our International Master's Programmes to commence in autumn 2020 are open from December 3rd to January 10th.
“It’s impossible for any one single country to solve an international problem, be it immigration or climate change, just by focusing on itself,” says Mehrnoosh Farzamfar. Farzamfar studies the tensions between human rights, immigration and national security.
Science benefits when research groups are international and multidisciplinary. This brings new perspectives from other fields and beyond the traditional Eurocentrism, allowing a dismantling of colonialist structures. #HelsinkiUni #research #immigration https://t.co/KDLDS8ubaB
HELSUS professor @ljjarvi talking about atmospheric perspective on sustainable cities on @UrbariaHelsinki urban lunch hour. "In Helsinki the short growing season diminishes the importance of vegetation removing CO2-emissions." #helsinkisustainability @helsinkiuni
Second full week of living in Denver (and studying at Regis University). In addition to classes I’ve seen a show at Red Rocks this week, been…