Prof. Dr. Stefanie Sievers-Glotzbach (RightSeeds), Hendrik Wolter (EGON) and Prof. Dr. Dirk Albach from the Institute of Biology were awarded the Teaching Prize in the category “Research-based Learning” for their course “Practical Project – What kind(s) of future varieties do we need?”
Julia Tschersich (RightSeeds) and Nina Gmeiner (RightSeeds) also received a prize in the category “Best Course Evaluation” for their seminar “Happiness without growth – discussion of well-being concepts as foundations for a degrowth society”. In this category the teachers apply with the results of their course evaluation.
Fotos can be found on the press office homepage.
The RightSeeds Project will publish a Symposium Issue on Seed Commons in collaboration with the Agriculture and Human Values Journal. The selected papers are currently under review.