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City of Tampere together with Opiskelijan Tampere and the student unions in Tampere organizes free-of-charge festival this week's Thursday for all the students in Tampere. The festivals will be held in Pakkahuone. The performers in the festival are IDIOMATIC and Jukka Poika. The event is FREE-OF-CHARGE when you show your student card (however cloakroom is 2 euros). There are also bus rides available from Hervanta and back. So wear your overalls and put your teekkaricap on your head on Thursday and get partying with the students from other schools in Tampere. The free-of-charge bus ride to Pakkahuone starts from Tietotalo's bus stop on Thursday 25.9. at 18:30. The rides back to Hervanta are at 02:30 and 03:30 near Pakkahuone. The rides back cost you 2 euros so keep cash in hand!
What? FREE-OF-CHARGE party in Pakkahuone on Thursday 25.9. 19:00
How? FREE-OF-CHARGE bus ride from Tietotalo's bus stop at 18:30 to Pakkahuone
Dress code? Overalls and teekkaricap!
What else? Lots of cute humanist girls and boys.
Anything else? Jukka Poika and IDIOMATIC performing...
How to get back? Bus rides back to Hervanta at 02:30 and 03:30 near Pakkahuone. The rides back cost you 2 euros so keep cash in hand!
Teekkarit are coming and taking over Pakkahuone! See you at the party!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1446577605584368/
Student Union of Tampere University of Technology is having its 49th annual celebration on Friday 17th of October.
The venue of the event is Nokian Kerhola (Souranderintie 13, 37100 Nokia) and the theme is Gold rush.
The Student Union of Tampere University of Technology is looking for student representatives for TUT administrative boards. The administrative language in Finnish, so fluent skills in both written and spoken Finnish is required from the applicants. For more information (in Finnish) visit http://www.ttyy.fi/vaikuttaminen/halloped and http://www.ttyy.fi/hallopedhaku.
If you're student who is doing bachelor thesis in TUT, receive study grant from The Social Insurance Institute of Finland and you have less than 9 months of study grant left, please answer Student Unions' (TTYY) enquiry and tell us about the reasons which has led to the situation, that your study grant months may end before finishing your bachelor degree.
The Student Union of Tampere University of Technology (TTYY) is concerned about the employee well-being within our University. Wide organizational changes and co-operation negotiations have struck the employee well-being at work so heavily that the effects are already visible even in the students’ everyday life.
The number of teaching staff has been heavily reduced and the teachers’ frustration has been visible during and after the negotiations. The biggest possible loss concerning our students is the voluntary resignation of the most respected teachers caused by the dampening work atmosphere.
From the Student Union’s viewpoint it is difficult to see how the recent measures could improve the quality of teaching in our University and its brand for the better. A recent study conducted by Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK shows that co-operation negotiations have several long-term effects in weakening the work atmosphere (the study in Finnish http://www.tek.fi/edunvalvonta/tutkimus-yt-neuvottelujen-seurauksista).
Tampere University of Technology has chosen proficient people and inspiring work environment to be the keystones in its strategy. The Student Union points out that individual’s skills and experience have no meaning without high employee morale. Inspiring work environment cannot be built on uncertainty. As a side effect for the weakening work atmosphere the brand of TUT has suffered a blow that will have far-reaching impact on the University’s applicant marketing. Good work atmosphere is a significant factor in the employee recruitment process. The Student Union of Tampere University of Technology strongly advises the University to take measures without delay in improving TUT’s faculties work atmosphere, using the existing employee resources and external professionals.
Mikko Rahikainen, Chairman of The Board
Mikko Sulonen, Secretary General