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Video greeting from Petri Suomala, the new Vice President for Education

The new Vice President for Education, Petri Suomala has started his work at Aalto.

Previously, Petri Suomala worked as Vice President for Education at Tampere University of Technology.

‘There is a lot wisdom in this community, faculty, staff and students. When big decisions are on the table and considered, all that wisdom needs to be there as well. I am looking forward to working together and meeting the emerging challenges that universities are about to face in the coming years’ says Petri Suomala.

Petri Suomala works mainly in Dipoli. He can be reached by phone +350 (0) 40 591 8044 and by email at [email protected].

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