ANE World Engineering Day 2022 Recap

The 4th of March is World Engineering Day, and ANE celebrated the WED2022 with a live panel debate on the sustainable future of Engineering. We invited a panel of Nordic engineering and sustainability experts to discuss and challenge our thinking about the future role of engineers. The entire debate was recorded and can be viewed…

Goodbye to Ludvig. Welcome to Emma.

The beginning of a new year is often the time for changes, and it is no different in ANE. It is with both a smile and a tear we have to share that our student assistant Ludvig Vraadal has his last official day at ANE today, the 31st of January. Ludvig joined ANE in May…

2021 in review

Where did the time go? 2021 is coming to an end and it has once again been a busy year. We have published reports, created videos, and hosted online events. There have been network meetings and interventions. Maybe now is a good time to take stock, so we have made a small animation of some…

Video: ANE Student Network and Arcada University – Circular Economy seminar

In cooperation with Arcada University of Applied Sciences in Finland, the ANE Student Network invited all students to a short seminar on the Circular Economy. We were joined by several exciting companies from Norway, Sweden and Finland. If you missed it or just want to rewatch it, here is your chance. The seminar provides students and others with…

Video: ANE Student Network celebrates World Engineering Day 2021

There can be no doubt that Engineering and other STEM professions are key to achieving the UN’s sustainable development goals. In the ANE Student Network, we want to use the World Engineering Day 2021 to highlight how great young Nordic minds are working with sustainability either during their education or in their job. Click the…

The student network of the Association of Nordic Engineers, ANE, expresses our solidarity with the youth organisations and students in Belarus.

No student should be subject to repression for voicing an opinion or participating in democratic protests.Since the presidential election in Belarus on the 9th of August 2020, there has been persistent unrest and the Belarus government forces continue violating citizens’ rights to assembly and free speech. Among the Belarusians on the frontline are students and…