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Honours and prizes awarded to members of the WiSo Faculty

Honours and prizes in 2016

(in alphabetical order)

  • Jun.-Prof. Dr. Matthias Heinz, Seminar for Business Administration and Human Resources Management, was awarded the Joachim Herz Wirtschaftspreis
  • Dr. Felix Kölle, Economics: Design and Behavior, received the Modigliani Research Grant for young researchers from „UniCredit & Universities“.
  • Prof. Dr. Clemens Kroneberg, Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology (ISS), received an ERC-Starting-Grant.
  • Dr. Philipp Lersch, Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology (ISS), was awarded funding for a young researcher group applied for under the Emmy Noether programme
  • Prof. Dr. Claudia Loebbecke, MBA., Business, Media and Technology Management, was elected as a substitute member (not representing an association) of the12th WDR Broadcasting Council, has been an Honorary Lifetime Member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) since 2016, was appointed as a member of the „Wissenschaftlichen Arbeitskreises für Regulierungsfragen“ of the German Federal Network Agency and was in charge of the „Socio-Economic Sciences & Humanities Division“ as a member of the „Academic Council of the European Academy of Sciences“.
  • Prof. Dr. Karl Mosler, Institute for Statistics and Econometrics, was awarded honorary membership of the „German Statistical Society“.
  • Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels, Department of Economics, was made a member of the „European Academy of Sciences“, placed 151 in the Global Thought Leader Index (2016 ranking list) and 9 in the F.A.Z.-Ökonomen Ranking-Deutschlands einflussreichste Ökonomen. He also received the „Albertus-Magnus-Preis“. for the 2015/16 fall term.
  • Dr. Alexander Schmidt-Catran, Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology (ISS), and PD Dr. Dennis C. Spies, Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, received the „Allbus-Preis 2016“ from the Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (GESIS) for their article on „Immigration and Welfare Support in Germany“, which was published in the American Sociological Review.
  • Prof. Dr. Detlef Schoder, Department of Information Systems and Information Management, was awarded second place in the „Deutschen Logistikpreises“, along with Daniel Döppner, Honorata Siejka and Wolfgang Hennes and industry partner “Jettainer GmbH (Lufthansa Cargo)”.
  • Michael Schwan, Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, received the Council for European Studies award for the "Beste Forschungspapier eines Nachwuchswissenschaftlers 2016" .
  • Prof. Dr. Fabian J. Sting, Department of Supply Chain Management - Strategy and Innovation, was honoured with the ERIM Top Article Award.
  • Prof. Dr. Christine Trampusch, Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, was elected as a council member of the "Skill Mismatch: Measurement Issues and Consequences for Innovative and Inclusive Societies" project at the University of Turin (Italy) and as co-editor of the"European Journal of Political Research" ernannt.
  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wessels, Centre for Turkey and European Union Studies (CETEUS), received the Prague European Summit „Vision for Europe-Award“ . In addition, the European Commission awarded him the „Jean Monnet Chair for Turkey and European Union Studies (MONTEUS) and he was appointed„Honorary Member of the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) Board“.

 

Honours and prizes awarded by the University of Cologne in 2016

(in alphabetical order)

  • Dr. Dirk Basten and Nikolaus Schmidt, Department of Information Systems and Systems Development, received the “Junior Teaching Award of the WiSo Faculty” in the 2015/16 fall term for their joint course on “Selected Issues in Information I/II – IT Strategy & Governance”.
  • Michael Cristescu and Andreas Pollak, Department of Economics, received the “Junior Teaching Award of the WiSo Faculty” in the 2016 spring term for their joint course on “Conducting Experiments with zTree”.
  • PD Prof. Dr. Klemens Fischer received the “ Junior Teaching Award of the WiSo Faculty“ in the 2015/16 fall term for his “Seminar Außenpolitik - Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik im Vergleich: EU – USA – Russland – China”./li>
  • Claudius Mandel, Institute of Political Science, received the “Universitätspreis 2016 in der Kategorie Lehre und Studium” in the 2015/16 fall term for the course on “Orientierung und Reflexion: Eine Dialogwerkstatt”.
  • Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels, Department of Economics, received the “Albertus-Magnus-Preis” for the 2015/16 fall term.
  • Dr. Irene Somm, Institute for Profession, Economy and Social Pedagogy, received the “Junior Teaching Award of the WiSo Faculty” in the SS 2016 for the course on “Gruppendiskussionsverfahren in der Ungleichheitsforschung”.
  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Thonemann, Department of Supply Chain Management and Management Science, received the “Albertus Magnus Teaching Award” for the 2016 spring term.