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Recognitions and Past Events

Anne Christine Holtmann receives ECSR prize

prize HoltmannAnne Christine Holtmann (Ph.D. 2017) receives the prize for the Best Ph.D. Dissertation from the European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) in 2018.

The dissertation is entitled: "Why are children from disadvantaged families left behind" and was supervised by prof. Fabrizio Bernardi.

Fabrizio Bernardi's talk at the TEDx Pisa 2015 on inequality, education and social mobility

La pericolosa curva Grande Gatsby: cosa succede se l'estrazione familiare conta più dello studio




ECSR 2017 Best Poster Award

Poster_Madrid_BombMarco Cozzani (EUI, SPS researcher), Moris Triventi (formerly EUI, now University of Trento) and Prof Fabrizio Bernardi (EUI) have been awarded with the best poster presentation prize by the board of the European Consortium for Sociological Research for their research on "Maternal Stress and Pregnancy Outcomes. Evidence from the 2004 Madrid Bombing".

The prize has been assigned during the September 2017 ECSR general conference, held at Bocconi University.

RC28 Significant Scholarship Award

FBColumbia-Cropped-350x291Professor Fabrizio Bernardi from the Department of Political and Social Sciences (EUI) has been awarded the 2017 RC28 Significant Scholarship Award prize for his article Compensatory Advantage as a Mechanism of Educational Inequality by the Research Committee 28 on Social Stratification and Mobility of the International Sociological Association.

The prize has been awarded to him during the RC28 meeting, held at the Columbia University in August 2017.

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