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Big success at the Pro Scientia awards

2023-07-03 13:00:00

The winners of this year's Pro Scientia and Master Teacher Awards were announced as the 36th National Scientific Student Conference ended.

The Council decided to award the Pro Scientia, Pro Arte and Junior Pro Scientia Gold Medal to young people who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their studies and in their chosen field of expertise. The winners have demonstrated their talents through coursework, presentations or literary, artistic, or scientific works. The Gold Medal does not only recognize work presented at a conference, but also considers the student’s overall performance and excellence. 

In total, the Commission has awarded 48 Pro Scientia, 2 Pro Arte and one Junior Pro Scientia Gold Medal to students from participating universities across the country. 5 students from Corvinus were awarded, thus winning 10% of the prizes. The Pro Scientia Gold Medal winners are: 

  • Gréta Maró – Management Sciences 
  • Gábor Till – Management and Economics 
  • Nikoletta Márta Kulhavi – Management Sciences 
  • Tünde Taxner – Social Sciences  
  • Petra Eszter Török – Social Sciences 

In addition, outstanding teachers and researchers who have been involved in the work of the Scientific Student Union for at least 10 years have been awarded the Master Teacher Gold Medal. In 2023, a total of 115 Master Teacher nominations were received from 26 institutions, 50 of whom received the Master Teacher Gold Medal this year. 

Lilla Mária Vicsek, Professor of Sociology at the Corvinus University of Budapest, was awarded the prize. 

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the winners and wish them continued success! 

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