TREY’s Good Teacher award 2020
TREY’s Good Teacher award is a way for us students to thank the teaching staff for the work they do.
- Hasse Nylund, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
- Maiju Paananen, Faculty of Education and Culture
- Kirsi Granberg, Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology
X of the year awards of 2019
TREY rewards the most impressive and fun events and organisations during the annual PLÖRGIS.
Potential of the year: Kyrpong World Championship
The year’s potential is a new innovation, event or other effort which plays a role in the improving the well-being of either the community or an organisation’s membership. The idea can be further developed and is likely to become a big thing.
Event of the year: Dildobingo
The best and greatest event of the year where all participants had fun, not forgetting the event’s organisers.
Student representative of the year: Suvi Parhankangas
The award is granted to an active and resourceful representative who has performed well and participated in creating good spirit among the Council throughout the term.
Advocacy act of the year: Cortex ry
The advocacy act of the year is an influential act regarding studying or students, and its impact can be seen in the daily life of students.
Wellness act of the year: HyRy / Niko Tattari & Niina Heiskanen
The wellness act of the year is an act that has acknowledged student equality, sports or mental health in a remarkable way.
International act of the year: ESTIEM Council Meeting Tampere
The international act of the year has in a remarkable way acknowledged the international students and improved their status or well-being in the community.
TREYHEM of the year: Wappuradio
An event or a phenomenon which united all TREY students from each study field and campus.
Improvement of the year: Reettorit ry
The improvement of the year changed something that used to be not-so-great, or at least much less great than now.
Tutoring act of the year: TiTe
The tutoring act of the year award goes to a deed involving either the tutoring team or the newcomers which displays remarkable caring of new students and willingness to develop tutoring activities.
Student Union of Tampere University held an open idea competition in order to renovate the spaces the student union owns in Pienteollisuustalo, Yliopistonkatu 60. The aim was to collect ideas for renovating the office spaces in a functional, feasible and innovative way. The winner was Maria Väätäinen with their work Hemma.