On Tuesday 18 February 2020 (16:00 - 17:00 hours) the 'RIHS Koek & Zopie' ceremony will take place. During this event RIHS awardees will accept their awards for the best PhD thesis, the research product with the highest impact on society, the best peer-reviewed publication, and the RIHS Supervisor of the year. All nominees (the nominator in case of the Best Supervisor award) are asked to prepare a 2 minutes elevator pitch (without slides) about the thesis/product/paper/manner of supervision. During the 'RIHS Koek & Zopie' the winners in each category will be asked to pitch.
The award winners will receive €750.
RIHS researchers are invited to propose candidates for these four awards:
- The RIHS PhD Award 2019 for the PhD candidate who delivered the best thesis in 2019 (link procedure).
- The RIHS Societal Impact Award 2019 for the RIHS research product with the highest impact on society in 2019 (link procedure).
- The RIHS Science Award 2019 for the best peer-reviewed publication in 2019 (link procedure).
- RIHS Supervisor of the year 2019 (link procedure).
RIHS researchers may submit max. 1 nomination for each award. Deadline for submission is 13 January 2020. Please submit your nominations to RIHS@radboudumc.nl.
Detailed information about the awards and the procedures can be found on our website.
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