And the winner is...

Congratulations on winning the Public Science Awards!

1st prize
Georg Lorenz was awarded the 1st prize for a number of activities concerning his report "Vielfalt im Klassenzimmer. Wie Lehrkräfte gute Leistung fördern können" ("Diversity in the classroom. How teachers can stimulate high performance"). After the report was published, a workshop, a press conference and an interview with the newspaper DIE ZEIT took place, which were widely covered by the media. More at http://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/schule/2017-07/diskriminierung-muslime-s...

2nd prize
Aileen Edele and Oliver Winkler published an article called "Zwischen Wunsch und Wirklichkeit. Schulzufriedenheit - Bildungsaspirationen - Migrationshintergrund" ("Dream and reality. School satisfaction - educational aspirations - migrant background") in the renowned and practice-relevant journal "Schulmanagement", reaching a large audience of teachers, head masters and excecutives.

3rd prize
Guido Neidhöfer developed a website on "Educational Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility in Latin America" including an interactive map and data visualization tools.  Read more
about this great project at http://mobilitylatam.website/

Thank you all for your public science activities !