NEWSLETTER FOR STUDENT ORGANISATIONS 12/22
- Booking rounds for Alina-hall for spring 2023 are underway
- Where would you like HYY to communicate to organisations?
- Take part in the Down a Degree campaign
- HYY154 Birthday party
- Sign up your student organisation for the Students’ Independence Day Torchlight Procession!
- Check your organisations’ information on HYY’s website
- University community to make itself heard in the parliamentary election through campus debates
- How do we support the well-being of students and teachers in the midst of changes in university education?
- Overall badges and other products from Promler at a 15% discount for HYY’s organisations in 2022
NEWSLETTER FOR STUDENT ORGANISATIONS
HYY organizations-website: https://hyy.fi/en/guides/hyys-organisations
HYY Moodle: https://moodle.hyy.fi
Troubles with organizational premises
HYY’s Services Office: email@example.com, 050 551 6145
Organization specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org, 050 537 3798
Booking rounds for Alina-hall for spring 2023 are underway. There are three (3) reservation rounds in total, and organisations can get a total of two (2) reservations during the rounds. Organisations should review the instructions for each reservation round carefully before filling in the form for reservation requests. An incorrectly completed form may negatively affect an organisation’s chances of receiving reservations.
Further information and the forms are available on HYY’s website: https://hyy.fi/en/news/reservation-rounds-for-alina-hall-for-spring-2023
Reservation period: 12.00 noon on 15 November–11.59 pm on 20 November.
Reservation requests are processed on Monday 21 November
Reservation period: 12.00 noon on 22 November–11.59 pm on 27 November.
Reservation requests are processed on Monday 28 November
Where can you find the most up-to-date information to support your organisation’s activities? Where would you like the information to be found?
HYY is mapping out the needs, habits and wishes regarding communication from organisational actors with a communication survey. The answers are given anonymously, and they are used to support the development of HYY’s communication. Answer by 12 Dec: https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/1550F976F7085B91
The energy crisis brought on by Russia’s war of aggression will affect all of Finland this coming winter. We at HYY are taking a proactive approach to the preparations for the coming energy shortage by launching various energy-saving campaigns in our properties this autumn as part of the national Down a Degree campaign. These measures are necessary in order for us to avoid possible power cuts, for example, during the winter. Saving energy is also a climate deed
Read more about what we can do together to save energy in Ylva’s newsletter: https://api.hyy.fi/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/eng-energiansaastoviesti-ylva.pdf
The most stylish student party of the year is here! The HYY154 Birthday Party will take over the Old Student House on 26 November, with the amazing Isaac Sene and DJs from the Dose collective taking the stage!
Sign up your student organisation for the Students’ Independence Day Torchlight Procession using the attached form!
Using the form, please tell us whether your organisation is participating with your flag in placing the wreaths at Sankariristi and the procession or just the procession. Please fill in the form as soon as possible and by 11.59 pm on 4 December 2022 at the latest.
Sign up here: https://www.lyyti.in/soihtukulkue2022/en
The event is organised by the student unions of the Capital Region: HYY, AYY, ArtSU, SHS, Kadettitoverikunta and Metka.
We are updating the information on organisations available on HYY’s website, as the information on many organisations is outdated. Please visit our website at https://hyy.fi/en/guides/hyys-organisations to ensure that your organisation is where it should be on the page. Please also check whether the link to your organisation’s website is correct. I also recommend that you go through all language versions, as there have been some discrepancies between the different language versions on HYY’s website. If you find anything that is incorrect or outdated, please send an email to HYY’s specialist in organisations at email@example.com, and we will fix the errors!
The Finnish parliamentary election is approaching, and it’s time to start planning the election debates to be held at the University. In the run-up to the previous parliamentary election, we successfully organised many events, and our aim now is to do even better.
We encourage all student organizations to also take part in organizing election debates together with the university staff. More detailed instructions are included here: https://api.hyy.fi/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/en_yliopistolaisten-vaalitentit_ohjeet.docx
8. How do we support the well-being of students and teachers in the midst of changes in university education?
During the coronavirus pandemic, concerns have been raised in the university community for the well-being of students, teaching and research staff and other staff. And concrete steps have been taken to support well-being in the community.
How will we support the well-being of the university community in the future? What types of factors affect an individual’s well-being? How is the well-being of staff developed? What about the students? How can the development of teaching and guidance affect the well-being of teachers and students? What is pedagogical well-being? What actions have been taken at the University of Helsinki in recent years to support well-being?
Hear experts’ views on the subject and participate in the debate on Tuesday 13th December from 9:15 to 10:30 p.m at Oppimistori, Viikki Campus, Info Centre (Viikinkaari 11).
The event can be monitored as a stream and will be recorded. The language of the event is Finnish. Participants can ask questions from the panelists in Swedish and English.
- Henna Asikainen, Pedagogical University Lecturer, Viikki Campus, The Centre for University Teaching and Learning (HYPE)
- Nea Hakala, Board Member responsible for education policy, Student Union of the University of Helsinki (HYY)
- Kimmo Mäki, Principal Lecturer (Higher education pedagogy), Haaga-Helia, expert in the joint Pedagogical Wellbeing project of ten universities and universities of applied sciences.
- Anna Parpala, Pedagogical University Lecturer, The Centre for University Teaching and Learning (HYPE)
- Opri Salminen, Development Manager, Human Resources, Personnel Development and Well-being at Work
Susanna Niinistö-Sivuranta, Director Of Development of the Teaching and Learning Services, will be the facilitator of the event.
Jokke Häsä, President of the Teachers´ Academy, and Mari Räsänen, Project Manager for the Development of Guidance and Student Wellbeing Project will also speak in the event.
The event is part of the celebration of teaching at the University of Helsinki during the academic year 2022-23.
Sign up by 8 December. There is a coffee service at the event.
Register for the event in Lyyti:
Strategic services for teaching
gsm. 050 5935019
Is your organisation missing overall badges for the upcoming events? Get in touch with our partner Promler!
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