• Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award: from the left Prof. Dr. Regina Birner, Award winner Beatrice Nöldeke, Dr. A. Fadani, Award winner Bezawit Adugna Bahru, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote, Award winner Lutz-Heiner Otto
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Award winner Beatrice Nöldeke
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Award winner Lutz-Heiner Otto
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Award winner Bezawit Adugna Bahru
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Laudator Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Award winner Bezawit Adugna Bahru
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Award winner Beatrice Nöldeke
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Award winner Lutz-Heiner Otto
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Certificate handed over by Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote to Award winner Beatrice Nöldeke
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to Award winner Bezawit Adugna Bahru
  • Award ceremony Ruthenberg-Graduate Award 2018: Certificate handed over by Dr. A. Fadani to Award winner Lutz-Heiner Otto

AWARD WINNER 2018

Nöldeke, Beatrice
Leibniz University of Hanover, 2017
“Gender-Specific Aspects of Transforming Fish Value Chains in Zambia”
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Bezawit Adugna Bahru
University of Hohenheim, 2017
"Climatic shocks, child undernutrition, and health outcomes: A quantitative analysis using the Young Lives cohort study”
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Lutz-Heiner Otto
University of Hohenheim, 2017
"Assessing the economic potential and land-use changes of Conservation Agriculture practices in northern Namibia – A multiperiod modelling approach”
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The prize was presented on September 17, 2018 at the Tropentag at the University of Ghent, Belgium. 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.