Information to the university family during the war in Ukraine
The richly illustrated book on the first one hundred years of the Estonian-language university in Tartu (“Eestikeelse Tartu ülikooli esimene aastasada”) will be presented in the White Hall of the University of Tartu Museum on 28 November.
Tartu Ülikooli personaliosakond on uuendanud võrdse kohtlemise temaatikat käsitlevat veebilehte.
On Thursday, 26 October, a collaboration exercise will be organised in central Tartu, involving the Police and Border Guard Board, the Rescue Board, Tartu Ambulance, the city of Tartu and the University of Tartu. Part of the exercise will take place around the university’s buildings in the city centre.
The idea competition aims to find the best solution for reconstructing the academic building at Kaarli pst 3 and the design for the yard area.
On 25 October, the 391st anniversary of the founding of the University of Tartu is celebrated. There will be two lectures, flowers will be laid at memorials and a concert held to mark this occasion.
The Police and Border Guard announced at 9:15 that dozens of Estonian institutions, including schools and kindergartens, received a bomb threat by email in Russian tonight.
From 2 October to 5 November, all University of Tartu employees, students, alumni, their families and all others interested are welcome to complete the orienteering course and reconnect with the varied history of Toome Hill.
On 23 August, University of Tartu Professor of Macroeconomics and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences Raul Eamets submitted an application to Rector Toomas Asser to resign from the dean's position. The rector accepted the application on the same day, dismissed Eamets from the dean's position and appointed Professor Janno Lahe, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs of the Faculty of Social Sciences, as acting dean.