‘Dean Awards’ for the best students awarded
The Dean’s Board have awarded the Dean Awards for the best students in a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral study programme for the academic year 2019/2020. A total of 22 students have been awarded in two categories.
The Dean’s Awards are announced annually in order to support the creative activities of outstanding students in Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral study programs. Proposals for the awards are submitted by the Directors of individual institutes. The Dean assesses how successful the nominated student has been in their activities and, after discussion in the Dean’s Board, decides on the number of winners and the amount of remuneration awarded to individual students.
In the category ‘best student in the Bachelor’s or Master’s programme’, the Dean Award went to:
- Martin Šuťjak
- Samuel Valach
- Katarína Harnádková
- Ladislav Bartoš
- Karolína Bořánková
- Tomáš Gybeľ
- Jaroslava Ježková
- Michal Vašina
In the category ‘best student in the Doctoral programme’, the Dean Award went to:
- Juraj Rusnačko
- Jan Benáček, Ph.D.
- Petr Bílek
- Jakub Kelar
- Dominik Vöröš, Ph.D.
- Marek Hampl
- David Buchta
- Michaela Krafčíková
- Anna Kotrbová
- Petr Fajkus, Ph.D.
- Iva Procházková, Ph.D.
- Karol Kaiser, Ph.D.
- Nikol Kmentová, Ph.D.
- Matěj Roman
Congratulations to the winners!
The ceremonial handing-over of awards to the winners will take place in the presence of the Dean, Vice-Deans, Directors of individual institutes and guests of awarded students at the beginning of the academic year 2020/2021.
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