Anja Selmer (UCM) wins ESST Undergraduate Essay prize

UCM student Anja Selmer has won the annual ESST prize for her paper ‘Disabling Heteronormative Sexuality: The promises and Limitations of Sexual Surrogacy for People with Disabilities’. The ESST Undergraduate Essay Prize (€500) goes annually to the best-submitted paper on some aspect of science, technology and society relations. It is awarded by the international network that our MA ESST is part of.

The ESST Undergraduate Essay Prize is an annual prize of €500 awarded to the best-submitted paper on some aspect of science, technology and society relations. The aim of the prize is to attract further aspiring young students to the interdisciplinary fields of Science and Technology Studies and Innovation Studies. Undergraduates from all fields of study attending any European university are eligible to apply. The prize is awarded by the European Inter-University Association on Society, Science & Technology that our MA ESST is part of.

The members of the 2019 jury were:

  • Anja Bauer, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
  • Giorgos Velegrakis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Mark Elam, University of Gothenburg (Chair)
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