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 Fotol TÜ teadusteo auhinna saajad (vasakult paremale): Karl Pajusalu, Kristiina Tambets, Valter Lang, Sandra Sammler ja Mari Tõrv. Pildilt puudub Silvia-Kristiin Kask. Foto: Andes Tennus

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Foto: Stanislav Stepaško. Kass Tallinna Püha Vaimu kiriku retaablil, 1483.

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In the coming academic year, singer, pianist and composer Kadri Voorand will become the new Professor of Liberal Arts at the University of Tartu, with a lecture course focusing on life-changing creation. She will be succeeded by Peeter Jalakas, former professor and director, who will participate in a public discussion titled “Feeling and meaning” in the attic hall of Tartu Cathedral on the evening of 23 May.
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The University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn University, the Estonian University of Life Sciences, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, the Estonian Academy of Arts, and the Gender Equality and Equal Treatment Commissioner celebrate the Diversity Week from 6 to 12 May, under the title “Diverse Estonian universities”.
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4.–5. oktoobrini 2024 toimub Leedus Vilniuse Ülikoolis rahvusvaheline üliõpilaskonverents „Bridges in the Baltics“, kuhu on oodatud kõikide Balti riikide, sealhulgas Tartu Ülikooli bakalaureuse- ja magistriõppe üliõpilased ning doktorandid.
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The event will take place on 23 April at 16.15.
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On 8 April, the conference “Out of the Shadows. Unearthing Women’s Stories of the Past” will be held in the main building of the University of Tartu.
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The concert is free for all schoolchildren and students and features music by Mozart, Vivaldi, Saariaho, Bochherini and Vasks.
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On 14 March at 13, all university members and language lovers are welcome to the university assembly hall to celebrate Estonia’s Mother Tongue Day.
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The €5,000 scholarship of the Professor Peeter Tulviste Memorial Fund of the University of Tartu Foundation was awarded to Mari Tõrv, Associate Professor of Archaeology and Research Fellow in Analytical and Physical Chemistry at the University of Tartu, whose research focuses on the interpretation and protection of archaeological cultural heritage.
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On the eve of the anniversary of the Republic of Estonia, Rector of the University of Tartu Toomas Asser announced the university’s contribution to society award, research award and language award and the recipients of the teaching staff of the year award for 2023.
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The University of Tartu continues to contribute to the defence of Ukraine and welcomes new volunteers to join the effort
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The Bachelor’s Degree Ceremony of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities takes place on Thursday, 17 June, at 14.00 in the University of Tartu assembly hall (Ülikooli 18).
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Master’s degree ceremony of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities takes place on Thursday, 20 June at 13.00 in the University of Tartu assembly hall (Ülikooli 18).
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The theme week, running from 5 to 11 February, will include a social media campaign highlighting the work and achievements of women researchers.
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From 29 January to 2 February, the international winter school "Survivance and Survival:  Theory and Method" will focus on the question of the survival of humanity by looking at it from the perspective of the humanities.
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At the Career Day, students will have the chance to ask questions directly to our many internship partners, who represent museums, cultural institutions, and companies. You can learn about the available internship opportunities, the application process, the roles available for international students, and more. In addition to the fair, workshops will be available where you can get advice on finding a job or an internship.
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The Digital Cleanup Week will take place at the University of Tartu for the fourth time from 22 to 26 January.
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Over the next seven years, the government will fund ten centres of excellence addressing scientific issues of importance to Estonia. The University of Tartu has tight connections with all of them.
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The Faculty of Arts and Humanities provides a diverse range of optional courses, including options in English and various other languages.
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Adult learners are welcome to participate in micro-credential programmes starting in the spring semester and delivered in block mode or online form suitable for working people. Applications can be submitted until 21 January 2024.
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On 19 December at 16:15 Lauri Kann will defend his doctoral thesis "Revolutionary events with human casualties in Estonian towns in 1905".
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