RWTH: RWTH awards prizes for school and university projects

RWTH Aachen awards the Brigitte Gilles Prize annually, with which it honors school projects and RWTH internal initiatives that promote girls’ interest in natural sciences and technology, make other contributions to the advancement of women, or the conditions for studying, teaching and researching Women improve. The award is named after Brigitte Gilles, the first RWTH Women’s Representative. She has also been a full professor of psychology since 1980 and dean of the Faculty of Education since 1983.

The announcement is valid internally and externally at schools. In addition, outstanding theses with a clearly recognizable reference to the topic of equality will be honored. The prize is endowed with 2,500 euros in each of the first two categories, and final theses with 500 euros.

The projects must not date back more than two years and must be RWTH-related. They may be in the development stage, but implementation must be ensured. The prize can go to both individuals and groups of people.

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