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Heart Campus campaign - last moments to join!

From Heart Campus you can read the best stories and memories from former and present Aalto people.

Do you already know how it feels to cap the Manta statue while the champagne corks are raining from the sky? Our student Rosa Nylén tells this story. Or why the Aalto Venture Program’s Olli Vuola is so often in the pictures with one particular moose? And do you have any idea what was the study field from where our Director Teppo Heiskanen, who is responsible for the Advancement and Corporate Engagement unit, got his degree? These and many other great stories can be found in Heart Campus.

The last days of the campaign are now running. Government’s support and matching for the donated euros for universities ends on June 30th.

  • Share your best stories and memories with you colleagues, friends and acquaintances.
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