I was invited to dream about my future... This evening was a follow-up to the self-leadership workshop that I attended before, where we spent a night reflecting on our lives and core values. Both workshops helped me paint a more clear picture of what I want my future to be like.
Nowadays, many students deal with stress, anxiety, depression, which can all result in burnout, especially since people don’t like talking about these ‘sensitive’ topics, which just makes it worse. Just hearing that it’s okay to sometimes feel depleted or having a very unproductive day isn’t the end of the world, was enough for certain attendees to feel more at peace with themselves.
TINT invited Curious Piyuesh to teach students of Eindhoven a new way of presenting complex and abstract topics. Everything can be transformed into an exciting visual story from course annotations to your future dreams.
TINT and 'Enter the Now' have joined forces to bring you some mindfulness during the busy times of exams week in the third quartile for you to take a break from your studies to join a short meditation session during lunchtime.
The meditation session was guided by 'Enter the Now' to inspire you for productive study time.
Wednesday evening, the 13th of February. Male, but even more female voices could be heard from The Hub. Joined together to celebrate a rather unknown event called the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Made curious by an evening filled with a wonderful dinner, interesting and exciting speeches and a round of discussions, people came from all different places to join and celebrate one of the biggest underdogs in the work field; the woman in science. As an actual woman in science, I...
Your comfort zone is a nice place to be, but getting out of it can definitely be a good thing. So during a fun potluck TINT provided an inspiring program to help students find their comfort zone and take some steps out of it.