This work is a joint project between the #HelsinkiUni and @TehUofMed to build an ontology-based Database for #Iranian_Traditional_Medicine (#ITM) for the first time. All the best with the publication and Widespread users. https://t.co/cSylgoBHzD https://t.co/S9QLirpTku
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Vuoden 1919 Filosofisen tiedekunnan promootion yleiseksi seppeleensitojattareksi valittiin valtionhoitajan tytär, neiti Sophie Mannerheim (18…
Ett utdrag ur Gurli Sevón-Rosenbröijers dagbok, den 3. VI 1919. Riksarkivet, Bertel Rosenbröijers samling.
Ote Gurli Sevón-Rosenbröijeri…
Kunniatohtorin diplomi, joka annettiin Mannerheimille Helsingin Yliopiston Filosofisen tiedekunnan promootioaktissa 1919
Promotionsprocessionen på väg till Storkyrkan år 1919. Mannerheim hedrades med titeln doctor honoris causa av Filosofiska fakulteten vid H…
Helsingin yliopistomuseon pop up -näyttely valottaa Gustaf Mannerheimin ja Helsingin Yliopiston läheistä suhdetta Suomen ja koko Euroopan…
#mannerheimmuseo #mannerheimmuseet #themannerheimmuseum #yliopistomuseo #helsinginyliopistomuseo #universitymuseum #liekkijam…
#gaudeamus #promootio #promootio2019 #confermentball #ball #oldstudenthouse #traditions #vanhaylioppilastalo #universityofhelsinki #phd #mast…
Ihanaa herätä promootiokimpun tuoksuun <3 Tästä lähtee #torsuntai ja Day 3!
#filpromootio19 #confermentceremony #helsinginyliopisto…
There is something amazing and moving about long lasting (and more or less) uninterrupted traditions. And there is something truly horrible a…
The Great pyramids of Viikki
This week we've been producing our own Camembert type of white mold cheese and lactic cheese. Long days, a lot…
Xmas event #3: Joint research units' (NAMI&FIP) traditional Finnish Christmas lunch.
#christmas #traditional #research #farmasiantiedekun…
According the tradition we made a photo after sauna on Lammi Biological Station #Finland #sauna #corelis2016 #winter #limnology #ecology #uni…
Having a great reunion with Hilkka👭
I happened to be in Helsinki on Finnish Culture Day, and enjoyed Helsinki University student life for a…
RENESSANSSIPOLYFONIA, PLAGAALIKADENSSI, TYRANTTI?
#helsinginyliopisto #helsinkiuniversity #heavymetal #finnishmetal #tyrantti #varotyranttia…
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
In Finland, furs were commonly used in burials until the 14th and 15th century, and in northern Finland as late as the 17th century. In cremation, bear skins were particularly popular, while Finnish forest reindeer and elk skin were commonly used in burials. “Wrapping bodies in fur is a tradition born already among hunting cultures. The continuation of this tradition all the way to early recorded history and, in Lapland, up to the 17th century, speaks of the preservation of a spiritual culture connected with hunting”, says doctoral candidate Tuija Kirkinen.
"University of Helsinki has a very strong tradition in linking together ecology and evolution. The Master's Programme here lets you discover this at every biological level, from genetics to populations, or from molecular mechanisms to behavioural plasticity." Rose Thorogood is Assistant Professor in the International Master's Programme in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Helsinki. The programme offers a wide variety of topics in three areas: ecology, evolutionary biology and conservation biology. It gives you a perspective on biology from the level of genes to communities of species and addresses global environmental challenges. You can apply to our International Master's Programmes as of 3 December 2018 until 11 January 2019.
Good talks and feeling, great weather and awsome student parties at the opening of the year at #helsinkiuni Great start for the year at one of the best European research universities. Rector @niemela_jari was given keys to our university. Tradition meets modern. #geography_uh
Art and culture of the academic tradition - The University’s Night of the Arts @helsinkiuni #wearehelsinkiuni #taiteidenyö #juhlaviikot50 https://t.co/ctZUoWpJDS
Konst och kultur i akademisk tradition - Konstens natt vid universitet @helsinkiuni #wearehelsinkiuni #taiteidenyö #juhlaviikot50 https://t.co/UVcDgqKHkB
Is multiliteracy taking over the traditional basic reading skills? @KriKumpulainen: there is a trend that young people don’t read as much as they used to. However, multiliteracy is not opposed to traditional reading. #tiedekulma #smartashel #SmartasHEL
Enjoy the traditional maritime atmosphere at Helsinki’s annual Herring Market, which takes place at the Market Square - near the City Center Campus! Did you know that The Herring Market is the oldest traditional event in Helsinki, having been held since at least 1743.
Singing creates communities: for example, those who sing while marching in a demonstration have a common goal. Singing has, however, traditionally also been gendered. #HelsinkiUni #singing #choir @HYhumtdk @Singingarchives https://t.co/TMN3TPesPg
Moss has traditionally been viewed as something harmful for roofs, but you can also find the same benefits as with other green roofs. People also find them aesthetically pleasing. #hopeforglobe #tiedekulma
Have a nice Lucia Day! The university choirs Akademiska Damkören Lyran and Sångföreningen Akademen brought light and some Christmas spirit to the university today. Finland’s national St. Lucia is traditionally crowned in the Helsinki Cathedral on December 13th.
Any proper academic ceremony begins and ends with a good old procession, yes? 🤓🎩 We do love our traditions! #WeAreHelsinkiUni #academictwitter #ceremony
Fur remains found in burial sites demonstrate the importance of hunting traditions in Iron Age Finland. According to a recent dissertation, they speak of a relationship between humans and animals. #HelsinkiUni #archeology #nature #history @HYhumtdk https://t.co/XRCiHB0Nln
The Master’s Programme in Intercultural Encounters combines fields of study such as area and cultural studies, theology and study of religions, communication studies, and indigenous studies. Most courses are not discipline based, but rather follow a few key themes. Students have told me that this is one of the best qualities of the programme – a truly interdisciplinary approach to intercultural issues.” Saila Poutiainen is the Programme Director for the International Master’s Programme in Intercultural Encounters at the University of Helsinki. In this programme, you focus on questions of religion and conflicts, human interaction, living traditions, and transnationalism through four thematic modules. Graduates get to apply their theoretical grasp to everyday situations. In their multicultural and internationally oriented working life they deal with issues such as intercultural interaction, diversity, internationalisation, cultural management, the media and power. You can apply to our International Master’s Programmes as of 3 December 2018 until 11 January 2019.
Night of the Arts at the University will open the doors of the @helsinkiuni Main Building to reveal the secrets of the art and culture of academic traditions August 23, 2018. Student cafeteria is open until 7pm! #taiteidenyö #wearehelsinkiuni https://t.co/ctZUoWpJDS
Night of the Arts @helsinkiuni will open the doors of the University of Helsinki’s Main Building to reveal the secrets of the art and culture of academic traditions - now is the time to register for the guided tours! #taiteidenyö #wearehelsinkiuni https://t.co/ctZUoWpJDS
However traditional, presentations teach important career skills. "It’s not enough that students are able to write about their field. They must also be able to convey their knowledge to others," says @TiinaAiraksine1. #studying #teaching #HelsinkiEducation https://t.co/wFnqwpWyx9
In recent years, Europe has seen the rise of several movements that use the traditional nuclear family ideal to oppose equal rights for sexual minorities. Much of the funding seems to come from Russia. #equality #lgbt #pride #HelsinkiPride #HelsinkiUni https://t.co/Y2c5ecgA77
In recent years, several movements have arisen in Europe fighting equal rights for sexual minorities by advocating the ideal of the traditional nuclear family. “Issues surrounding sexuality and gender identity have become central topics in the popular movements of democratic states”, says researcher Katja Kahlina.
Conferment continues: on the third evening, the now conferred doctors and masters attend a grand ball with traditional academic dances, wearing their new insignia. Here’s a quick snapshot of the not-at-all-silly-looking doctoral polonaise. #WeAreHelsinkiUni #filpromootio19
#helsinkiuni #eliaorg course. Heli Ervasti from #lingsoft: Even primitive #MT that’s integrated in #t9n #workflow is better than advanced MT. Greatest obstacle to widespread MT adoption is not MT quality but problems integrating it to traditional #translation workflows.
The traditional HY photo from this year’s autumn seminar! Thanks @kkti.helsinki for organizing it! . . . #hykendo #kendosuomi #kendofinland #autumn seminar #syysleiri #hyhyhy #hyy #helsinginyliopisto #helsinkiuniversity #universityofhelsinki #kendo #kumd… https://t.co/llTNJVszCq
In traditional agrarian Finland, Easter was a terrifying time. Starting on Shrove Tuesday, the focus turned to Christ’s suffering and forces of evil walked the earth, waiting for the three days during which Christ would be gone from the world.
In recent years, several movements have arisen in Europe fighting equal rights for sexual minorities by advocating the ideal of the traditional nuclear family. Katja Kahlina described the common denominators of the movements in different countries at Think Corner on Researchers’ Night, 29 September.
Opting out = leaving traditional or mainstream ways of working to create new lifestyles. Like @IBIESE when starting her PhD. #MSCAnight
How the texts in Wikipedia differ from traditional academic text types? https://t.co/WfcqriP542
Konstens natt vid @helsinkiuni öppnar Helsingfors universitets huvudbyggnads dörrar för en kväll med den akademiska traditionens konst och kultur. Registreringen har nu startat för guidade rundturer! #taiteidenyö #wearehelsinkiuni https://t.co/UVcDgqKHkB
För många av oss är våren och ljuset förknippade med glädje och hopp. Men i det traditionella agrara samhället var våren ingen lättsam tid. Matförråden sinade och ondskans krafter måste bekämpas med magi.
Många vill göra något meningsfullt på semestern, säger professor Elina Oinas som följer med hur diarrévaccinprojektet i västafrikanska Benin påverkar turisterna som deltar och den omgivande miljön. Att sätta upp en forskningsstation i en liten by påverkar det lokala samhället mycket där den medicinska traditionen skiljer sig mycket från den västerländska. Därför är det viktigt att känna till konsekvenserna. Genom att kritiskt granska forskningsprojekt som utförs i utvecklingsländer försäkrar man sig om att projektet genomförs så etiskt som möjligt och att man tar sitt sociala ansvar.