Category Archives: Events

The Ultimate Student Experience – Tartu Student Days!

Johanna Lehtmets, one of the organizers of Tartu Student Days describes the TOP 5 events every student should participate in. Continue reading

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Escaping Modernity at Winter School in Kääriku

George Spencer Terry, a master’s student of EU-Russia studies, shares his experience at the winter school “Biopolitics and Semiotics of the Body”. Continue reading

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Stefan Zaric: Introducing Estonian Art History in Serbia

Stefan Zaric from Serbia was the only foreign art history student at the University of Tartu last semester. He gave tours at Tartu’s Art Museum and is now introducing Estonian art history in Serbia. Continue reading

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Triin Kask – Born To Be an Entrepreneur

Doctoral student Triin Kask describes how she got involved in entrepreneurship and what are the advantages of an entrepreneur’s life. Continue reading

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Probably the Most Rocking Event of the Year: sTARTUp Day 2016

Andres Kuusik, one of the organizers of sTARTUp Day 2016, describes how the idea turned into reality and what one can see, hear and gain from participating in the event. Continue reading

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US Elections Show a Country Deeply Polarized

The United States elected its 45th President in what is said to be one of the most controversial elections in recent history. Our students of political science analyse the outcomes of the election and suggest what the future might bring for America and for Estonia. Continue reading

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Introducing the Relationship between Human Rights Issues and Philosophy of Biology

Edit Talpsepp, a researcher of philosophy of science, explains how philosophy can have a practical relevance to different domains of human life – including human rights issues. Continue reading

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