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Welcome! This podcast is a space for the international community in Finland to share their unique stories of how they ended up here and how they are "mastering" the Finnish way of life. We invite you to join this community for practical information, laughs, relatable stories of struggles and victories as expats and much more!
 
Faraway Finland - en podd om Europas bortglömda hörn! Lyssna på våra första poddavsnitt på vår YouTube-kanal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIT_m-gmnYAP-xeU81Qnojg Geografiskt ligger Finland inte långt från Sverige, men här finns ändå mycket som är annorlunda. Med Faraway Finland vill vi lyfta det + allt fantastiskt som landet har att erbjuda. Vi kommer ge Finland den kärlek det förtjänar och förhoppningsvis lära dig massor som du inte visste. Kanske blir du till och med inspirerad till a ...
 
I serien De tio finlandssvenska budorden granskas tio av de största ödesfrågorna för konstruktionen Svenskfinland. Roten till problemen finns både inne i Svenskfinland, i Finland och i världen utanför våra gränser. Jens Berg har rest runt i Svenskfinland och i Sverige för att träffa 30 personer som problematiserar och ger förslag på lösningar. Montem, 2018.
 
Finland100podden produceras av IceCream Consulting AB i Malmö på Umami Produktion och producent är Johanna Parikka Altenstedt. Podden är löst knuten till de festligheter som firas under 2017 i Sverige för att fira Finlands 100 -åriga självständighet. Johanna ringer upp varje vecka intressanta människor från sitt stora nätverk av vänner och kollegor, och diskutera olika aspekter av finskhet, finska språket och Finland. Det mesta kommer att ske på svenska för målgruppen är främst majoritetsbef ...
 
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This week, we had Doula Danielle on to talk about her experience working as a post-partum doula in Helsinki. Through her personal practice, Mothers Transition, and as a member of The Nest Helsinki International Doulas+, Danielle offers needed support for new mothers and their families. Growing up, Danielle moved around quite a bit. Born in Israel, …
 
Finlandia University Gallery Director, Carrie Flaspohler visited Finlandia Fridays to talk about the newest exhibit at the Gallery - the International School of Art & Design Faculty Exhibit. The exhibit will be up until March 19 and a virtual artist reception will take place on March 4. Listen to the full episode to learn how you can see the exhibi…
 
Meet Varpu, your “Finnish fairy godmother.” On her online platform Her Finland, you can find culture-based language courses that will help you master Finnish (or, at least learn enough to get by), as well as tips and tricks for thriving in Finland - from the perspective of a native Finn! We sat down to chat about Varpu’s motivations for building He…
 
Career Services Director Emma Dorst stopped by Finlandia Fridays to introduce the new Seaton Center for Vocation & Career (CVC), which is officially open and located in Nikander 15. The CVC will provide much needed services to students and focuses on helping them identify not just career opportunities, but their vocation and true passion in life. L…
 
On This Week in Finlandia Athletics, host Kevin Erickson met with the head coach of the Finlandia Lions Men’s basketball team, Allen Dehority, to discuss their start to the season and key players that have been impressing him so far.Finlandia University Podcast Network による
 
Join us for a chat about Esther's inspiring experience related to learning the Finnish language, working and raising children in Finland, and overcoming the language barrier to gain meaningful employment as a foreigner. She also talks about the loneliness and depression she experienced after giving birth to her children. Finally, Esther shed some l…
 
TRIO Pre-college program online advisor Kailee Laplander talks about an exciting new opportunity for 10 local high school students to participate in a new STEAM pilot program that will connect them with students from across the country.Finlandia University Podcast Network による
 
Valentine’s Day is happening soon and we thought we might share a bit about how do people usually celebrate such a day in Finland. In this episode, we talk about the history of Valentine’s Day in Finland, its focus on friendship, how do Finns celebrate this day, and how does a university approach this special day. We also collected a few voice reco…
 
This week on Finlandia Fridays, Dr. Jason Oyadomari, Dean of the Suomi College of Arts & Sciences, talked about the new articulation agreement with Northern Michigan University's Master's of Social Work program that will give FinnU students an advantage in the graduate program application process.Finlandia University Podcast Network による
 
On this week at Finlandia Athletics, host Kevin Erickson met with the head coach of the Finlandia Lions Men’s hockey team, Joe Burcar, to discuss the upcoming hockey season and the COVID-19 guidelines that they are following in order to play.Finlandia University Podcast Network による
 
You may remember Matti, a Finnish-American from last week’s episode, and his tales of service in the Finnish Defense Forces. This week, we continue our conversation with a preview of Matti’s forthcoming book, 347 Mornings. At Mastering Finland, we are big believers in the power of stories to help people overcome difficulties and face tough challeng…
 
In February of 1992, a passerby called the Helsinki police to report a car that was sitting at a parking lot. The trunk had been left unlocked and inside, he saw what looked like a body. Podcast promo for this week: Stolen From Me Huge thanks to Antti for becoming a new patron! On Patreon, you can donate as little as two dollars a month and in retu…
 
Joining Petra in this episode is a Finnish-American named Matthew (or in Finnish Matti) who moved from New Jersey to Finland in 2019. Matti received Finnish citizenship through his grandmother’s descent when he was a child, and moved to Finland in 2019 to complete a year of military service. During this time, Matti learned more about his own leader…
 
This week's Finlandia Fridays featured Assistant Professor of Nursing and Nurse Practitioner, Cindy Blake, as she discussed the new student health clinic, which officially opened this semester. Finlandia partnered with Upper Great Lakes Health to open the on-campus clinic, located in Nikander 14A. It will be open daily from 9am-4pm and provide same…
 
In this week’s short and sweet episode, Petra has a chat with Mehri, who is a contributing writer at Foreigners in Finland magazine. Founded by Mae Lehto, Foreigners in Finland is a local online magazine aimed at foreigners living in Finland. The magazine caters to an international audience and covers topics like lifestyle, food and drink, business…
 
Finlandia University students will begin difficult and necessary discussions on social and racial justice with the Jen Fry Talks virtual event on January 19. Social Justice Task Force members, Nick Kwiek and Shane Voldarski talked with Finlandia Fridays host, Olivia Myers, this week about the Jen Fry Talks event and what they hope students will lea…
 
Welcome to our first episode of the New Year 2021! 2020 brought many challenges and we are looking forward to a chance to turn things around in 2021. However, with the Brexit transition period expiring at the end of the year, UK citizens may have a tough time doing just that. To offer some guidance on navigating the transition, we sat down for a ch…
 
Det exploderar i Myyrmanni en helt vanlig oktoberfredag år 2002. Man misstänker en gasexplosion eftersom alla vittnen minns clownen som fyllde ballonger. Från sjukhusen rapporteras något som ser ut som skottskador hos de skadade som kommer in. Polisen hittar ett ensamt körkort som tillhör 19 åriga Petri Gerdt. Också det har ett skotthål. Idag är de…
 
On Friday, the 7th of March in 1969, police were called to the small village of Korppinen in Pihtiputaa to calm down farmer Tauno Pasanen. The film recommendation for this month is Kahdeksan surmanluotia by Mikko Niskanen. If you are in Finland, you can find the four-part TV movie on Yle Areena. This is the last episode of 2020. Thank you so much f…
 
Finlandia University’s nursing program was ranked as a top program in Michigan for the second year in a row by Nursing Schools Almanac. Nursing Schools Almanac evaluated over 3,000 schools on the institution’s academic prestige and perceived value, the breadth and depth of nursing programs offered, student success, particularly on the NCLEX licensu…
 
Enrollment officers, Lauren Huested and Jason Dart, joined Olivia Myers on Finlandia Fridays this week to discuss why now is the best time to schedule a campus visit. In addition, to the $1,000 Visiting Scholarship students can receive for completing an in-person or virtual visit, Dart and Huested highlighted that there's never been a safer time du…
 
ECAC Fall FIFA Finalist, Chelan Gonzalez, and Esports Coach Thomas Goodman called into Finlandia Fridays this week to talk about the team's success in their first season, how they managed to play through COVID restrictions and what they're looking forward to in 2021 with their new arena.Finlandia University Podcast Network による
 
Nordean Treasury 2025 -tutkimusraportissa keskitytään Treasuryn rooliin ja digitalisaatioon sekä sen vaikutuksiin liiketoimintamallien muutoksessa.Kuuntele podcastista raportin mielenkiintoisimmat havainnot.Nordea Cash Management Finland による
 
Episode which is "also a Tom Cruise movie.. of sorts!" This is the first of maybe 3 or 4 special episodes on Finnish minorities. In this episode we will introduce the Sami people. Welcome back! Email: thofpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/thofpodcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/ThofPodcast Mentioned in this episode: Pulttibois Petra …
 
Petra talks to Dani, who had been struggling with her mental health during a process of job-seeking in Finland. In Dani’s words: ’I am a recently graduated expat who's looking for a job and living in Finland on borrowed time. The pressure and countless rejections resulted in a loss of motivation, imposter syndrome, and even depression. Come to thin…
 
Esa Åkerlund had been paroled just six months earlier when he arrived at the Porvoo McDonalds Drive-thru in Southern Finland in July of 2010. This episode is brought to you by Sudio, a lifestyle brand that creates high-quality and stylish headphones. Sudio is currently having a Black Friday sale that is running from November 23rd to November 30th: …
 
In this episode, we look through scientific lens on the impact of migration, and discrimination on mental health, and the representation of these topics in media. To learn more about these issues we spoke with Shadia Rask, research manager at the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL).During more than a decade of work in the field, Shadia h…
 
Dr. Hilary-Joy Virtanen, Assistant Professor of Finnish Studies, stopped by Finlandia Fridays to discuss her spring 2021 Kalevala class, which reads and dissects the entire Finnish National epic. Due to COVID-19, Dr. Virtanen will be offering the course online for the first time ever, essentially opening the class up to anyone in the world who is i…
 
In this episode, we continue our mental health series with a foreigner’s perspective on mental health care in Finland. We reconnected with Davide from Episode 13 to hear about his experience overcoming anxiety and isolation through professional mental health support. Leaving behind the comfort of university life to start a career is challenging eno…
 
Enrollment officer Gini Gesler joined Olivia Myers on Finlandia Fridays this week to talk about Finlandia’s new scholarship competition designed to help people take a break from the challenges of today. The competition, named Embrace Your Sisu, embraces the idea of art therapy to channel one of the three key tenets of sisu: calm. To learn more, vis…
 
During these unusually stressful times, we could all use a little help improving our mental well-being. Whether you’re suffering from workplace overload or relationship woes, Mervi Lamminen’s easy access to mental well-being service is here to help! Auntie Solutions offers one-on-one video meetings with mental health professionals to help you keep …
 
Petra talks to an occupational health psychologist, Sinnu about mental health and the services available in Finland. Sinnu sheds light on the specific types of help one can receive, through what channel and the general costs. She also gives practical advice for mental health prevention and care, addressing issues that may arise specifically in the …
 
On an autumn evening, a farmer noticed a young man laying on the bottom of a ditch. When the police started investigating the case, they soon uncovered the man's family was involved. If you are able to and would like to help me with the costs of this podcast, you can do that on Patreon where you can donate as little as two dollars a month and in re…
 
Pastor Sarah Semmler Smith joins Olivia Myers to talk about the Mobile Food Pantry Finlandia is hosting on November 5 and December 3. FinnU is partnering with Feeding America West Michigan and the Portage Health Foundation to distribute over 15,000 pounds of fresh produce, meat and dairy to families facing food scarcity in the region.…
 
Katerina talks about her wedding woes in Finland and the last minute obstacle which unfortunately forced her to cancel her wedding! Find out what document she was required to present from her home country in order to marry her Finnish-Greek husband and how they were surprised to experience a not-so-smooth side of Finnish bureaucracy as foreigners.…
 
Petra & Jean finally spill the beans on their dating experiences in Finland and using Tinder, as well as share anecdotes of their most memorable dates. Additionally, Raul opens up about dating in Finland as a member of the LGBTQ community. What is the Finnish dating culture like, you ask? Tune in to find out!…
 
Finlandia Fridays is back this week with a special election edition. Host Olivia Myers talks with History Professor Dr. William Knoblauch about the history of American presidential elections. Listeners submitted questions for Knoblauch to answer including ‘how important is the electoral college?’, ‘what happens if there’s a tie?’, and what other el…
 
Dallin relocated to Finland specifically to serve in the Finnish military and afterwards stayed to study. He gives us an inside look at the Finnish military culture and life and shares some of his unforgettable experiences from that time. He also talks about how Canadians and Finns are similar and different and gives valuable insight into understan…
 
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