Sunday, June 17, 2012

[EmergingEthnoNetwork] ISE Student/Recent Graduate Prize - results announced

Dear members of the ISE and INEE,

it is with great pleasure that we hereby publish the results of the 2012 ISE Graduate Student Prize. 

The winners of the ISE graduate student prize were announced on Friday May 25 during the 2nd General Assembly of ISE.
Overall, we had great participation and outstanding presentations. The future of our discipline is quite well on the hands of these and other enthusiastic students and young professionals. 

With no further introduction, here are the results: 

Winner - category oral presentation: Leigh Joseph, 'Finding our Roots: Ethnoecological Restoration of an Iconic Plant Food in the Squamish Estuary, British Columbia, Canada'.
Winner - category poster presentation: Huei-Wen Chin, 'The possibility of indigenous initiative economy: the "e-go shop" case study on reconstructing indigenous traditional food systems'
Honorable mention - category poster presentation:  Daniel Salau Rogei, 'The sage wisdom philosophy and its place in the contemporary sustainable development: A case study of the Maasai Indigenous Peoples of Kenya'
Winner - category alternative format presentation: Jennifer Schine, 'Soundwalking: Ways of Listening to the Biological World'
I already contacted all students who participated in the Prize. The winners will receive a Certificate, a book and will be featured in the upcoming ISE newsletter.
We would like to thank the jury for their valuable collaboration, which was essential for making this Prize possible this year. 

On behalf of Gisella Cruz Garcia, and thanking her for the enormous effort in organizing this year's student prize, we wish you best regards. 

Hannes Dempewolf and Nemer E. Narchi
2010-2012 ISE student representatives. 


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