Turkish and Japanese industrial design students came together at the international workshop held at Izmir University of Economics (IUE) to work on street foods such as boyoz (type of pastry), kumru (type of sandwich), gevrek (type of bagel), şambali tatlısı (Turkish Damascus dessert), and stuffed mussels.
Izmir University of Economics (IUE) hosted a three-day camp for the members of the Turkish Medical Students Association. The camp aimed to allow students self-develop and get information about internship opportunities, and research exchange.
Melike Evtut, who recently graduated from Department of Business Management, Izmir University of Economics (IUE) with full scholarship, also qualified for a full scholarship granted by the Chinese Government for a limited number of students from Turkey.
Izmir University of Economics (IUE) welcomed the ‘Target of 1 Million Sapling’ campaign, initiated by Izmir Chambers, Stock Exchanges, and Unions, in order to reforest the 500-hectares of forestland that got affected by the fire, greatly.
Costumes of German theater come to life in the hands of IUE fashion designers. Jörn Fröhlich, Lecturer, Izmir University of Economics (IUE), Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, Department of Fashion and Textile Design, completed the design of stage and costumes of the play Cabaret. Fröhlich formerly designed the stage and costumes for the plays Grimm and Gretel, Alice in Wonderland, and Ubu the King, staged by the German theater group ‘Theater Spiellust’.
Yonca Kandemir, who graduated from Department of Translation and Interpretation, Izmir University of Economics (IUE) with high honors this year, qualified for graduate education in the field of applied linguistics in Germany with a full scholarship. Kandemir, who successfully qualified to receive the scholarship granted to only 30 people in Turkey by the Turkish Educational Foundation (TEV) and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), will study for two years at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nurnberg, one of the most innovative universities in Europe.
Assoc. Prof. Güzden Varinlioğlu, Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Izmir University of Economics (IUE), became a world-renowned name for her underwater diving practices, which she refers to as “My biggest passion”; she has been involved for 23 years. Assoc. Prof. Varinlioğlu started her underwater research as a hobby during her student years at Middle East Technical University and turned that hobby into scientific research shortly. Assoc. Prof. Varinlioğlu performed dives in 10 other countries, in addition to Turkey, so far.
Refugee health will be addressed at an international level. The agreement signed between Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine and Italian Universita Campus Bio-Medico, will address the refugee health in both Turkey and Italy where intensive immigration movement takes place.
Trainer Chef Tolgahan Kamiloğlu, from Department of Gastronomy and Culinary Arts, Izmir University of Economics (IUE), prepared special Feast of Sacrifice holiday meals. Chef Kamiloğlu chose traditional dishes such as “Kuzu kapama (lamb stewed with lettuce and fennel)”, “Elbasan tava (lamb casserole with yoghurt)”, “Kuzu/dana güveç (lamb/veal en cocotte)”, and “Çoban Kavurma (roasted meat)” that can be prepared easily at home and paired with vegetables for easy digestion.
Izmir University of Economics (IUE) qualified for “A Plus” rating as a result of a satisfaction survey conducted among 35 thousand 715 students studying at 188 universities nationwide. In the survey, conducted by University Research Laboratory (UNIAR), which aims to rank universities based on the satisfaction level indicated by students, IUE became the university that meets the expectations of the students at the highest level.