Survey about students’ use of generative AI 
ITU has initiated an internal project about generative AI in education.  

The purpose of the project is to ensure that we keep ITU up to date with the rapid evolution of generative AI. This includes our study programmes, teaching formats, assessment, rules, and organizational support etc.
Help ITU get a better understanding of your use of generative AI to inform this project and future initiatives.  
The survey is anonymous and should only take a few minutes to answer.
Job hunting with neurodiversity and disabilities

Do you wonder how best to balance the transition from student life to work life?

How should you present your competencies, and what should you disclose about varying forms of chronic and/or neurodiverse conditions (e.g. ADHD, dyslexia, wheelchair usage, or other)?
We invite you to join this session providing an overview of resources and support available.

​​​​​​​You will also get to air concerns related to job search and the transition into work life.

When and where: Wednesday, 10 April, 14:30-16:30 in 3A54.

Turn your thesis into your career

Join us for a unique opportunity to meet former students, who have turned their academic work into their careers. You can hear about the lessons they learned along the way.

Our guest speakers will share what steps they made and inspire you to do the same.
You will also get practical tips on how to translate your research into a marketable skillset, and find out how to plan your next career move with your thesis.
Career music bingo 
Come by ScrollBar as a part of ITU Career Weeks for our music bingo night with catchy tunes about work.

When and where: 12 April, 17:00-19:00 in Scrollbar.

All you need to do is grab your friends and pick up a bingo card at the bar.

Our career ambassadors will be present to answer questions about Career Weeks.

There will be plenty of prizes up for grabs, so this is an evening you don't want to miss.
The IT Department will be closed on 12 April
Due to a departmental workshop, the IT Department will be closed on 12 April.  

In case of emergency, contact the Information desk in Atrium who will contact the relevant IT Department employee. 
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Feminist Technoscience Film Club: Crimes of the Future
We are excited to announce our second film in the Feminist Technoscience Film Club!

We will be watching Crimes of the Future (2022) by David Cronenberg.

The screening is open and free for all, but registration is required and seats are limited.

​​​​​​​The screening will be followed by a discussion.

When and where: 9 April, 16:30-18:45 in AIR Lab.
Join the next Werewolf Night

Keen on social deduction games or just want to try it out?

Come join us for a night of Werewolf and free snacks!

When and where: Tuesday, 9 April from 16:00 in room 2A52.

Don't worry if you have never played this game before, all the rules will be explained at the event.

Beginners are more than welcome.

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