FASoS students receive theses prize at Dies Natalis

During the annual Dies Natalis on Friday 16 January four FASoS students received a bachelor’s/master’s theses prize. They won €500 and a certificate. On behalf of FASoS, congratulations to Maximilian, Frank, Alina and Patrice.

The four students wrote the following theses:

  • Maximilian Herstatt (Bachelor Arts & Culture, specialisation Cultures of Knowledge and Technology): India’s Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs): perfect machines or a risk for democracy?
  • Frank Mütze (Bachelor European Studies): “Liking” the European Union. Deliberative Democracy on the European Parliament’s Facebook Page?
  • Alina Lara Marktanner (Research Master CAST): Universal Prospects. Future Propositions in the Study of Life in Space.
  • Patrice Wangen (Research Master European Studies): Normative Power Europe, or mere Geopolitics and Self-Interest? Determinants of the EU’s choice for civilian and military missions 2003-2013.
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