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How to make your time more be efficient #studentlife #student #efficiency #motivation #success #turkuaz #experience #ögrenci #students ... mehrweniger

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🧿🧿🧿 A nazar (word deriving from Arabic, meaning sight, surveillance, attention, and other related concepts) is an eye-shaped amulet believed to protect against the evil eye. The term is also used in Azeri, Bengali, Hindi, Kurdish, Pashto, Persian, Punjabi, Turkish, Urdu and other languages. In Turkey, it is known by the name nazar boncuğu (the latter word being a derivative of boncuk, "bead" in Turkic, and the former borrowed from Arabic). It is commonly believed that the evil eye can be given in the guise of a compliment, signifying its connection to the destructive power of envy (for one’s wealth, beauty…) ... mehrweniger

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Recently our beautiful world is suffering from wildfires across itself.
İsmail Bekar of ETH Zürich will share his expert views with us about ''Wildfire in the Age of Climate Change''. The meeting will be held online via Zoom. You can participate via the following meeting ID: 635 4625 6765.

PS: The meeting will be in English. Link in Bio!
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Typically associated with Çeşme, kumru is a toasted sandwich prepared with an artisanal bread that is typically enriched with chickpea flour. It was originally prepared with sinik, a circular bread that was sold by street vendors, but it achieved its current form in the 1950s when sandwiches became a popular option in Turkey.
Nowadays, it is typically filled with kaşar cheese (which is typically griddled before it’s placed on the bread), spicy sausage known as sujuk, and tomatoes, while modern variations may also include pickles, red pepper flakes, other types of cured meat, or even mayonnaise or ketchup, though the latter two are often frowned upon.
This filling and affordable street food option is usually found at specialized kumru restaurants. #streetfood #turkey #izmir #traditionaltaste #studentlife #cesme #lunch #delicious #turkuazstudents
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3 Monate zuvor  ·  

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For the first time, INSIGHT will be held in Turkish. Brew your ☕️, enjoy the input, and discussion about the pandemics and it's effect on our lives.

Link: bit.ly/2Oq9XKo
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9 Monate zuvor  ·  

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Yağlama besteht aus Fladenbrot, Hackfleisch, Tomatenmarksauce und Joghurt. Es ist ein Gericht aus Kayseri. Es wird im Allgemeinen mit Lahmacun verglichen, das jedoch etwas dünner ist. Serviert wird es mit Joghurt und etwas Petersilie. ... mehrweniger

10 Monate zuvor  ·  

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The spring semester fades into the summer. We hope that you won't get lost in the library, and find a way to the sun. Turkuaz wishes you a successful and carefree semester! ... mehrweniger

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Insight {2} is all about the language acquisition of children and related topics.
Ebru Ger's academic career started in Turkey, where she graduated Bogazici and later on Koc University, both in Psychology. She's currently a doctoral student at the department of psychology at the University of Zurich and researching the language acquisition, causal understanding in early childhood and communication development in infancy.
Ebru Ger's input will be about her research and her findings. You have the opportunity to pose your questions and take part in the Q&A. Insight {2} will be held in English.
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2 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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This Wednesday, November 27th, we'll be holding our sixth "Get Together" event where you can meet and build networks with fellow students in our association. The event will be held at the Clausiusbar in the CLA building at ETH Zurich. We look forward to seeing you there 💁🏽 ... mehrweniger

2 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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We are inviting you to the next "Get Together" ☕-meetups, always @ 18.30 o'clock at the following dates:

- Thursday, 3rd of October
- Wednesday, 23rd of October
- Thursday, 7th of November
- Wednesday, 27th of November

Get to know your fellow students and have a chat in a comfortable ambience over some tea. Watch out for the following RSVP with the location details!
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2 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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Enjoy the sunny and fresh start into the fall semester. We hope that you dig deep into the matter and succeed! Furthermore, we as Turkuaz wish you all the best for the new period at the university. ... mehrweniger

2 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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Last week we rolled out the carpet for Prof. Mehmet Fatih Yanik (Neurotechnology Group @ ETH Zurich). Besides having him, an interested audience followed our invitation and took part in our third sequel. Thank you for your attendance. We hope to see you soon in the next episode of Academy Talks. ... mehrweniger

3 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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Thank you for coming to our last event this year. Dr Ensar Can led us through the development of the currency crisis of the Turkish Lira. It was a clear step by step approach and understandable for everyone, backed by the feedback of the audience. We are happy to welcome you at our next events in 2019. ... mehrweniger

3 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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We are thrilled to announce the next TURKUAZ-event, where we will discuss the currency crisis of the Turkish Lira. Save the date! Further details will be announced soon! Mark it on your calendar - we are looking forward to welcoming you! ... mehrweniger

3 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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Letzte Woche fand Academy Talks {2} statt und wir durften Frank K. Gürkaynak empfangen. Zusammen mit den tollen Gästen entstand eine Unplugged-Stimmung Die Fragen und Antworten wechselten fliessend die Seiten. An dieser Stelle bedanken wir uns beim Herrn Gürkaynak und all den Gästen, die dabei waren und mitgemacht haben. ... mehrweniger

3 Jahre zuvor  ·  

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Wir wünschen allen Studenten einen erfolgreichen Start in das neue Semester 18/19. Über die turkuaz Events und Aktivitäten halten wir euch auf dem Laufenden. ... mehrweniger

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