Author: Charles

Society for Women in Social Sciences and Humanities Call for Organizing Committee Members!

SWiSH, the Society for Wom*n in Social Sciences and Humanities, is looking for students and scientific staff from across ETH to join the organizing committee of the Gender & Science Lecture Series. The lecture series is part of the Science in Perspective program offered by D-GESS. Each week, a guest speaker from a different discipline…
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ETH Global Lecture Series: Designing Next Generation Robots 24/02/2022 16:00-17:00

The Office of the President and the Community and Outreach team invite you to our next ETH Global Lecture Series: Designing Next Generation Robots. Join Daniela Rus, MIT and Robert Katzschmann, ETH Zurich in conversation with ETH’s Head of Foresight, Chris Luebkeman, to discover the exciting future of fully functional robots you can summon at…
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Online game night Feb 9th, 18:30-20:30

Would you like to meet other AVETH members through online games? Staying at home all week may sometimes be boring, we know that all too well! But fear not, here’s a fun way around it. Join us for an online game night, together we will play some fun games in a friendly environment! Suggested games…
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We Are ETH Podcast – Release of 1st Episode!

“The first episode of the new podcast series “We Are ETH” is released! In addition to the regular ETH podcast series, an episode of «We Are ETH» will be published once a month, telling the story of an ETH alumnus or alumna, how they took their ETH experience out into the world. In the first…
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New Year’s resolution workshop: Jan 20th 18:30-19:30

„Do more sports “, „publish a paper “, „spend more time with friends and family “. Those are very common New Year’s resolutions of scientists. By the end of January though, most of those resolutions have already been forgotten. In this workshop, you will have the chance to learn why this is the case and…
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Sustainability Panel Discussion: Jan 20th 17:30

“D-MAVT Discusses: An Engineering Perspective on Climate Change and Sustainability. What is our responsibility as scientists and engineers to develop appropriate and sustainable technologies? How can we make concrete and ambitious contributions? Join the cross-generational panel discussion on 20 January at 5.30pm, organized by AV-MAVT. Panelists include Professors Elizabeth Tilley and Andre Bardow.“ Registration link: http://avmavt.ethz.ch/2022/01/01/d-mavt-discusses-an-engineering-perspective-on-climate-change-and-sustainability/ Time and place: 20.01.2022, 17:30,…
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PITCH how you TEACH: join the video-ADVENTure! Deadline 21.12.2021

Participating in a consolidated marathon “PITCH how you TEACH”. Tell the others about your teaching – be it a didactical approach, learning activity, funny story or any other experience!How? Very simple! Record 1min video and send it to ept@ethz.ch until 21.12.During four advent Sundays, the videos will be stepwise published on the EPT website (upon…
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Soldier, Pilot, Engineer, PhD Student, Project Manager, Mom – how do you do it all?! 07/12/21 10:30

Nicola Winter is Germany’s second female fighter pilot ever, aerospace engineer, paramedic, PhD Student and a mother. She now works as a project manager for the DLR, the German aerospace center , coordinating satellite launches.She was one of only three women in the German Air Force to pilot the Eurofighter, Europe’s most advanced fighter plane. Nicola last…
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Questions for ETH Pavilion during WEF

The Office of the President wants to get your questions for our RETHINKING LIVING Pavilion, hosted by ETH Zurich during the WEF annual meeting in Davos: When you re-think living: What question(s) come to mind? What concerns you most? What’s the question you wish you had the answer to? The Office will pick a diverse…
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Celebrating Progress in Sustainability SNSF event December 14th, 16:00-18:00 CET

The event will feature the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Marie Heim-Vögtlin prize award ceremony for outstanding young women researchers. As you probably know, this year’s laureate is environmental analytical chemist Denise Mitrano (ETH Zürich), who received the award for her pioneering work on tracking the spread of micro- and nanoplastic particles through the environment.You…
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