The joys and responsibilities of student life - Share your story

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We warmly invite Aalto University Alumni to share stories from their student days as part of an Aalto 10 exhibition in Dipoli Gallery 27.08-15.10.2020.

Aalto alumni are a diverse community with varied experiences of student life spanning decades, often with their activities supporting agendas for social good in Finnish society. We wish to include stories from Aalto alumni remembering the people, places and activities which illustrate the spirit of working towards a better society. There are two ways you can contribute to this project:

  1. Participate in a short interview by clicking this link:
  2. Share an item, image or text related to the spirit of student life and wider society by emailing Aalto Curators below.

If interested please contact Aalto Co-Curators Edel O’ Reilly and Bilge Hasdemir by email:

[email protected] // [email protected] 



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