Master thesis prizes for FASoS students
Two FASoS master students received the Thesis prize 2020. The students completed their master's programmes in 2020 with a thesis that was labelled excellent by their faculty.
Francesca Allievi (alumna MA Arts & Heritage) received the prize for her thesis entitled "Towards an end of the Economic Growth Hegemony?". Marie Sophie Peffenköver (alumna Research master European Studies) was awarded for ther thesis "Catching moving target".
In the video below the winners shortly present the topic of their award winning thesis.
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