Let's start the conversation and make the TU/e community stronger!
This event aims to create a place as safe as possible, where you, a TU/e student or employee who has experienced racism yourself, feel comfortable to share your experiences, learn from each other, and deconstruct misunderstandings.
To help with that, TINT counts on the expertise of Kaylee Rosalina, Education & Policy Advisor, who will provide us with important foundations for a constructive dialogue about systemic racism.
This workshop aims to boost your confidence in who you are, where do you want to go in your future and how to get inspired by meaningful conversations with people surrounding you! You will be defining a vision for your (future) self, but also learn how this vision supports you to make better decisions and to comfortably connect with others.
Today we travel faster than ever and further than ever. At the same time, the expectations placed on our shoulders are getting heavier. When faced with so many expectations and so many options, the most important question becomes: "Who am I?". Being confident in your identity will help you clarify your future goals, your future decisions, and the way you live. The same question becomes relevant when cultures and different beliefs come together. Looking beyond the appearances fosters understanding so that people come together with an open mind and willing to communicate at a deeper level.
Dutch Happiness Week is coming to TU/e!
Did you know that happy people are more active, more creative, less prone to disease, have more energy and participate more than less happy people? Happiness is important in the social and work field. That’s why TINT is bringing DHW founded by Parktheater & Fontys to TU/e for the first year!
A week full of lectures, debates, exhibitions and workshops on happiness.
TINT and WISE (Women in Science Eindhoven) are joining forces again to prepare an inspiring evening marking the 6th United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This year’s theme: “Growing towards a female role model”.
This event explores the journey from a high school student towards a full professor.
We focus on three stages: choosing a STEM University track, becoming a PhD candidate and applying for a Tenure Track. Each stage is introduced by an interesting speaker followed by a sharing moment. This event is an opportunity to honour the increasing contribution of female scientists in technical fields and, also, a place to share personal stories and sources of inspiration by role models in the study and career choices.
New Academic Year, New weekly Mindfulness Break series.
'Finding Common Ground' is a workshop by life coach & personal development coach Laura Curta, about self-determination and positive regard.
The question "Who am I?" is extra relevant when cultures and different beliefs come together. Looking beyond the appearances not only creates inclusiveness, but it also flattens conflicts. It fosters understanding so that people come together with an open mind and willing to communicate at a deeper level.
Join this event to get to know yourself better, participate in a meaningful conversation about the power one has to build their own identity,
and allow yourself to be inspired.
Self-Leadership can be defined as having an idea of who you are, what you can do and where you want to go. But, how to find all this deep knowledge about ourselves? Let TINT help you out with that! During an informal evening, the participants will go through different exercises that will shed the light about the core values that guide their lives. TINT life coach, Margit van Tuijl, and the international life coach, Mymza Wever, will help to incorporate those values in the daily life and future dreams.
Do you want to take the lead of your life?! Yes! Then, this workshop is for you!
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Date: October 12th, 2020
Time: 19:00 - 21:30
Location: Innovation Space, Room 1.345
Cost: 3,00€ for Students, 5,00€ for Non-Students
TINT & Cosmos celebrate the TU/e Diversity Week with a fun platonic speed dating and a quiz night. Meet new people in a corona-proof event.
Come to meet new people on a platonic speed dating! It is a great opportunity to meet other freshman or the old wolfs of Eindhoven, exchange ideas and get to know each other.
Then, gather in teams to participate in a global quiz and take a cool prize home!
Snacks will be provided to keep the stamina ;)
Grab your friends or come alone, there will be plenty of interesting people and fun waiting for you!
An important tool that helps us acknowledge our feelings, understand what their role is and, most importantly, create the trust we need to express ourselves in a vulnerable way is non-violent communication.
During this workshop, we will explore the basics of non-violent communication by engaging with different practical exercises. The goal is to provide a safe space for the full range of emotions, to connect with one another, and to learn a few tools that will help you connect with others in a more authentic way.
Stand Up Paddling (SUP in short) can help you to:
That is why TINT organizes again a Supcoach workshop!
For about 2 hours you can be Supping with a group of 4-6 people while being guided into relaxation with mindfulness and meditation exercises. The session starts with instructions, then we get on the water (not in!) and after finding your physical balance with the stand up paddling technique, we will find also mental balance with some mindfulness :)
You will be more relaxed and leave with a clear head at the end of the session, we promise!
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Date: Wednesday, 9th September 2020.
Time: meeting at 16:45, departing on your SUP trip at 17:00.
Location: Eeuwsel, Dutmalapad at TUe Eindhoven.