Join us online on February 15th 2022, from 19:00-21:00, to listen to an amazing speaker, join an insightful workshop and inspire each other.
This year’s theme is “Boost your STEM esteem” to make you realise that you are already a STEM example for younger generations!
So, what can you expect?!
First, an incredible lecture by Vreneli Stadelmaier, author of 'F*ck die Onzekerheid' (in English 'Sure she can - Crush this insecurity') that will tell you all about the 'Imposter Syndrome', how to overcome fear and trust your capabilities.
Afterwards, you can choose to leave or stay to enjoy ONE of the following workshops (45mins) in a small and confidential setting.
'Set your Boundaries' by Lara Hofstra, TU/e Student Diversity Officer
Do you often avoid saying ‘no’? Feel overwhelmed by others' requests? Feel guilty to prioritize yourself? Learn how to be more assertive, communicate your needs and set clear personal boundaries. Practice how to gain more confidence and create your own mantra.
'Show Yourself to the World' by Margit van Tuijl, TINT Life Coach
How much effort do you put into showing a perfect image of yourself to the world? Why not give yourself more space for who you really are? Reflect on your personal traits and find more comfort in your own shoes.
‘The Power of Vulnerability’ by Marjan van Ganzenwinkel, Communication Expert & Recruitment Manager
The author Brené Brown defines vulnerability as uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure. At first, this sounds quite scary, right? What if vulnerability could be a measure of courage or even one of our major strengths? Do you dare to allow yourself to be truly seen?
'Your Body, Your Language' by Rachelle van Andel, TINT Life Coach
Does your body give away your thoughts especially in challenging situations? Would you like to understand your own body better and how to self-soothe yourself in a stressful professional or personal situation? Explore and create a coping kit to deal better with triggering situations.
By the end of this online gathering, grab a nice cup of tea or a glass of wine, relax and digitally mingle with the rest of the participants for some nice chatting, to share your own experiences and sources of inspiration in career choices and life in general.
We welcome ALL colleagues and students in Eindhoven to join us in celebrating Women in Science in Eindhoven!
Bring your (male) friends and colleagues! :P
Don’t wait too long to secure your place! Register now on Eventbrite!
UPDATE: The Mindfulness Break will be online again due to recent Corona measures. Join our sessions on MS Teams by clicking HERE.
TINT and Enter the Now are hosting weekly guided meditations so you can start, explore or deepen your mindfulness skills within a lively community.
Join us for a 15-20 minute meditation session during lunchtime (12:40-13:20) to inspire you for a productive study time and a life focused on the present moment. Afterward, there is plenty of time to share and connect within the group.
Meditation is a way of becoming aware of what’s alive inside of yourself. By meditating regularly, you will develop a stronger connection with yourself, others, and life. This connection can help you with finding more calmness in your days, increasing focus on what you’re doing, coping with stress, and building resilience.
Both advanced meditation practitioners and beginners are welcome!
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Date: Every Tuesday
Relax your mind!
Take a break!
And enter the now!
Looking for on-demand meditation? We also provide that!
Listen to your favourite TINT & ETN guided meditation sessions in our podcast Tools for Life available on Spotify, Apple Podcast & Google Podcast.
Our society faces many challenges. Climate change, inequality, racism, poverty, polarization, anti-Semitism, and Islamophobia are major issues that concern us all. How can we shape a society where every person matters? How can we build a shared future with the lessons from the past?
1. Exposure Weekend (Jan. 28-30)
2. Museum Lab (Feb. 4-6)
Become creative with what you have learned during the exposure weekend
3. Performance during the closing event of 'Survivors: Faces of the Holocaust' (Feb. 13)
Locations are Maastricht, Eindhoven and Antwerp. Participation is free!
Survey and motivation are required if you want to participate.
We only have 30 spots available!
We organize an 'exposure weekend' and a 'museum lab' for a maximum of 30 students from Eindhoven, Maastricht and Antwerp. During this exposure weekend you will receive lots of impressions to get you started.
You will also get to know the other participants and learn to work with a diverse group of students.
Part of the Maastricht exposure day is the exhibition 'Survivors - Faces of Life after the Holocaust' by Martin Schöller. In addition to visiting the exhibition, we will organize lectures, watch documentaries, take city walks and much more. Both in Maastricht and the next day in Antwerp.
With all of the information from the exhibition weekend, we organize a ‘museumlab’ in which you process your impressions in a joint production.
This can be a performance, a poem, an art form or an installation. Anything really - all that matters is that it is about impressions from the past, with an eye to the future. This production will then be 'staged' or shown during the closing event of Martin Schöller's photo exhibition 'Survivors - Faces of Life after the Holocaust' on the 13th of February in the Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof.
The final program will be announced as soon as possible.
Participation is subsidized (and is therefore free for you!)
We do ask you to share your motivation and background with us so that we can make a selection of the participants. To do this you need to fill out this
If you have any questions, please send an email to Rachelle (university chaplain Maastricht and Eindhoven) or Neal (projectleader Studentenstad Maastricht)
We look forward to meeting you!
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