Two Master’s Thesis Awards for FASoS during the Dies Natalis

During the annual Dies Natalis two FASoS students were presented with the 2018 Student Award during the academic session.

Lea Smidt won an award for her thesis ‘Can Civil Society be Socially Engineered? The Influence of EU Democracy Aid on Civic Participation in Africa’ and Carla Greubel for her thesis: ‘Recording the Past – Structuring the Present: Technology and the Sound of Everyday Life in Homes for the Elderly’.

Carla graduated from the MA European Studies on Society, Science and Technology.

Lea graduated cum laude from the MSc European Studies (Research). Her thesis supervisors were Dr. Luana Russo (Maastricht University) and Prof. Dr. Sven-Oliver Proksch (University of Cologne).

Lea Smidt currently works at the UNDP’s International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth (Brazil) in the context of the high profile Carlo Schmid Fellowship Programme. On behalf of everyone in the RMES programme: Congratulations! What an exceptional achievement. We are extremely proud of Lea!

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