This prize is intended to reward young researchers who have prepared their doctoral thesis and defended it in 2021.
The CIECST Thesis Award is instituted with the support of the Anthony Mainguené Foundation which promotes ethical awareness, https://www.fondation-anthonymainguene.org/.
The objective of the CIECST Thesis Award is to distinguish young researchers whose dissertation subject deals in its developments with ethics in occupational health and occupational health policies, in accordance with the CIECST guideline. The comparative approach of the subject may also constitute an element of appreciation.
The CIECST Thesis Award is a prize of 3,000 euros. The prize takes the form of support for the publication of a book, an article and/or the translation of an article. The purpose of this prize is to enable the award winner to promote his or her work.
A call for applications is launched from 1 January to 15 March 2022.
The candidate has to provide a detailed summary of his/her thesis from 6 to 8 pages maximum as well as the report of the thesis jury, in French or in English or in Spanish, but also a 500 words summary in French.
The complete application, in PDF format only, should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The complete rules of the Thesis Award are available on request at this email address.
After the call for applications, which runs until 15 March 2022, the jury of the Thesis Award will examine the applications.
The Award Winner will be selected at the end of the Thesis Award jury meeting in early June 2022.