• Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: from the left Dr. Gerd Fleischer (Substitution of award winner Preisträger Bernd Hardeweg), Christian Schlechtriem, Insa Johanna Theesfeld, Prof. Dr. J. von Braun, Judith Knüpfer, Dr. Hermann Eiselen
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Award winner Insa Johanna Theesfeld
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Award winner Judith Knüpfer
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Award winner Christian Schlechtriem
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Laudator Prof. Dr. Joachim von Braun
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Certificate handed over by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Insa Johanna Theesfeld
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Certificate handed over by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Judith Knüpfer
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Christian Schlechtriem
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2000: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to Dr. Gerd Fleischer (Substitution of award winner Bernd Hardeweg)
  • AWARD WINNER 2000

    Bernd Hardeweg
    University of Hanover, 1999
    "Economic Approach for Evaluating Desert Locust Control Strategies"
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    Judith Knüpfer
    University of Hohenheim, 1999
    "Strategies of ethnic minorities in Northern Thailand in the conflict area between governmental reforestation measures and securing. A case study of two villages in the Chiang Rai Province, Thailand"
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    Christian Schlechtriem
    University of Hohenheim, 1999
    "Effekt von L-Carnitin auf Wachstum, Futterverwertung, Körperzusammensetzung und Mortalität bei Tilapiahybriden (Oreochromis niloticus x Oreochromis aureus) unter teichwirtschaftlichen Bedingungen in Israel (Effect of L-carnitine on growth, feed utilization, body composition and mortality in tilapia hybrids (Oreochromis niloticus x Oreochromis aureus) under pond keeping conditions in Israel)"
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    Insa Johanna Theesfeld
    University of Hohenheim, 2000
    "Vietnam's Rural Credit Market - Determinants of Farmers' Bankability"
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    The prize was awarded on October 11, 2000 at the Deutsche Tropentag at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart by the Eiselen Foundation . The award winners received DM 5,000 each for their diploma thesis, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.