The second edition of the FINMEX INNO 2024 (Innovation Camp) commenced this week, bringing together top master's students from EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey and their peers from the Turku School of Economics and Nutrition and Food Research Center at the University of Turku as part of the Global Innovation Management program.
Instituto Escalae will start distributing KiVa program in Mexico also in Spanish. Institute, led by Federico Malpica, is a long-time parter of the KiVa Antibullying Program with successful years operating in Mexico in English.
What is beauty and what makes a book beautiful? This spring, you'll find selected works from the library collections on display in the exhibition cases of all library units. The exhibitions showcase beauty from different perspectives - from intellectually and visually beautiful works to those awarded for their beauty. Do you agree? Stop by the library units, take a look at the cases, and explore what the library collections have to offer!
CERLI, Centre for Research on Learning and Instruction, presents one researcher each month. In February it is Senior Researcher Anne-Elina Salo’s turn.
The Thousand Schools Programme aims to ensure equal and high-quality education for all children in India. Key figures of the Programme, Smita Agarwal and Sourav Roy, highlight the importance of bottom-up approaches, commitment and international engagement in reshaping education.
Ten doctoral researchers compete in the Three minute thesis finals as they present their research as interestingly as possible in just three minutes. The competition is held in entrance hall at the main building of the University of Turku on March 6 at 12.00–14.00, and the event is open for the public.
Library acquires e-books, including course books, in many ways and acquisition models. Some books are acquired permanently for the library's collections, but some are later removed due to the acquisition method. Requests made by customers are taken into account, but availability and the price set their own limits.
A recent genetic discovery has revealed that the pale grey plumage of the tawny owl is linked to crucial functions that aid the bird's survival in cold environments. As global temperatures rise, dark brown plumage is likely to become more common in tawny owls living in colder areas.
We would like to invite you to the Kick off seminar of project Kiera (Z-sukupolven kieli-ideologiat: kielenrakennus tekstuaalisena performanssina), funded by the Emil Aaltonen Foundation in 2023–2026.
The University of Turku is involved in developing a new type of doctoral training through a doctoral education pilot funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture for the period of 2024–2027. The pilot will create a number of new three-year doctoral researcher positions at the University.