Tamy järjestää työelämätapahtuman, Työelämän kontaktipäivän, tiistaina 27.1.2015 Tampereen yliopiston pääkampuksella. Tapahtuma kokoaa opiskelijoille laajemmalla perspektiivillä työelämäkontakteja, ja se luo entistä paremmat puitteet työelämän ja opiskelijoiden kohtaamiselle.
The purpose of the Tutor Event is to give the tutors a bit of last minute power-up for the coming autumn and chances to hold discussions over student association and school boundaries. The event offers a rare chance for bonding between national and international tutors, exchanging good customs of student associations, presenting last minute questions and just getting to know new people and prepare for the coming of new students.
The legendary, magnificent, unforgettable WAPPU is on its way again. As all the final course exams will be left behind us within two weeks and the summer is already right behind the corner, we say it's time to party NOW!
The traditional theme week is organized for the 33rd time in 2014 with the highly topical but underrated theme Embodiment. The Women Culture Days approach the topic from the perspective of bodily variations and self-determination. Who does your body belong to; what’s the right kind of body; what kind of things is it OK for your body to do? We attempt to answer these questions by examining work life practices, media imageries, legislation and much more. Despite the heavy subject matter, we will find alternative ways of being and regaining the control over our bodies.
The Women Culture Days programme includes both Finnish and English language content, such as various expert lectures, film screenings and festivities. The event is a celebration of the variety of bodies, genders and sexualities, climaxing with the traditional evening soiree in Klubi, featuring queer burlesque and live music.
We welcome persons of all genders, whether students or not, to enjoy our programme!
Who does your body belong to; what’s the right kind of body; what kind of things is it OK for your body to do? The Women Culture Days attempt to answer these questions by examining work life practices, media imageries, legislation and much more.