Coming Soon: “Sports as a Way of Life” Fitness and Swim Challenges

Coming Soon: “Sports as a Way of Life” Fitness and Swim Challenges

October 21, 2019

Fitness Challenge Are you ready to compete in this semester’s “Sports as a Way of Life” Fitness Challenge? The four-week event kicks off on Monday, November 4, and will run through Sunday, December 1.

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New Radio Bilkent Interns Are on the Way!

New Radio Bilkent Interns Are on the Way!

October 21, 2019

At the beginning of the semester, Radio Bilkent invited newcomers to become a part of the station family. In return, applications flooded in – so many that all of the station’s units now have

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POWER at Bilkent: Erasmus Plus Project Instructs Students in Renewable Energies Communication

POWER at Bilkent: Erasmus Plus Project Instructs Students in Renewable Energies Communication

October 21, 2019

Last week, a group of Communication and Design students participated in a training program that will enable them to help middle and high school students learn about renewable energy and other topics related to

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Swim Festival Results

Swim Festival Results

October 21, 2019

On October 17, the Bilkent swimming pool hosted the university’s annual Fall Swim Festival. Organized by the Sports Center as part of the “Sports as a Way of Life” program, the event attracted 19

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Bilkent Symphony Opens Its 26th Season

Bilkent Symphony Opens Its 26th Season

October 14, 2019

The Bilkent Symphony Orchestra’s 2019–20 concert season started last weekend, on October 12, with a memorable concert conducted by Christoph Mathias Mueller and featuring soprano Emalie Savoy as soloist. The new BSO season will

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CS Students, Faculty Collaborate to Produce Award-Winning Paper

CS Students, Faculty Collaborate to Produce Award-Winning Paper

October 14, 2019

At the 2019 ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering, a paper by Bilkent Department of Computer Engineering students and faculty members received the award in the “Best Emerging Results and Vision Papers” category.

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Felsen Award Goes to EEE PhD Student

Felsen Award Goes to EEE PhD Student

October 14, 2019

Polat Göktaş, a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, has received the 2019 Leopold B. Felsen Excellence in Electromagnetics Award. EMC Turkey and the Boston-based Leopold B. Felsen Fund have

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Sandrine Bergès Publishes New Books on Female Philosophers

Sandrine Bergès Publishes New Books on Female Philosophers

October 14, 2019

Assoc. Prof. Sandrine Bergès of the Department of Philosophy recently published two new books. The first is “Sophie de Grouchy’s ‘Letters on Sympathy,’ a Critical Engagement with Adam Smith’s ‘The Theory of Moral Sentiments.’”

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