• Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: from the left Jasmin Häring (Substitution of award winner Volker Häring), Dr. A. Fadani, Sabine Liebenehm, Prof. Dr. U. Grote, Anne Rysavy, Prof. Dr. J. Sauerborn, Prof. Dr. C. Bonte-Friedheim
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: Award winner Sabine Liebenehm
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: Award winner Anne Rysavy
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: Laudator Prof. Dr. C. Bonte-Friedheim
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Sabine Liebenehm
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Anne Rysavy
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to Jasmin Häring (Vertretung Preisträger Volker Häring)
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2009: from the left Jasmin Häring (Substitution of award winner Volker Häring), Preisträgerin Sabine Liebenehm, Preisträgerin Anne Rysavy

AWARD WINNER 2009

Sabine Liebenehm
University of Hanover, 2008
“Economic Impact of Livestock Research on Farmers’ Knowledge and Productivity – The Case of Trypanosomosis in West Africa”
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Anne Rysavy
University of Hohenheim, 2008
“GIS based Gap Analysis as a Tool for Biodiversity Conservation Optimization: The IITA Cowpea Collection”
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Volker Häring
University of Tuebingen, 2008
“Nachhaltigkeit der Landnutzung in einem tropischen Berglandgebiet in der Son La Provinz, Vietnam (Sustainability of land use in a tropical mountainous area in Son La Province, Vietnam)“
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The prize was presented on October 6, 2009 at the Tropentag at the University of Hamburg by the Eiselen Foundation. The award winners received Euro 2,500 each for their master thesis, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.