FASoS students receive thesis prizes at Dies Natalis 2016
During the annual Dies Natalis of Maastricht University on Monday 11 January four FASoS students received a prize for their bachelor’s/master’sthesis. They each won €500,- and a certificate.
The four students wrote the following theses:
- Jacob Zeijl (Bachelor Arts & Culture): Visions of Vision. The different Ways Governments, Artists and Activists interpret Visibility and its Impact on the current Discourse on Transparency and Surveillance.
- Hanna Schöls (Bachelor European Studies): Is Timing Really Everything? The Impact of Electoral Cycles on Voter Turnout in EP Elections.
- Joanna Claire Gardner (Master European Studies): Britain: undermining or underpinning the CSDP?
- Julia Kumherr (Master Media Culture): Romantic Love in the Digital Age: Interpersonal Electronic Surveillance and Relationship Visibility of Generation Y Facebook Users.
Anna Harris has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant of €2 million for her project ‘The Upcycled Clinic: A global ethnography of material creativity in contemporary medicine’. The project addresses the escalating issue of clinical waste.
Marielle Wijermars and Christian Herff will receive this year's KNAW Early Career Award. The Award is intended for researchers in the Netherlands who are at the beginning of their careers and who have innovative, original ideas.
Twee wetenschappers van Universiteit Maastricht (UM), Keri Vos en Iskander de Bruycker, krijgen een Vidi-beurs van €800.000,- voor hun onderzoeksprojecten.