To celebrate collaboration and cooperation in our field EASST is presenting its 2022 Awards at the EASST conference. The call for nominations will close on 15 January 2022.
The EASST council hopes to see many good nominations and asks all members to consider possible candidates for these prizes.
The following three prizes will be awarded:
- The Ziman award will be made for a significant innovative collaborative activity to promote public interaction with science and technology where current impact / influence can be demonstrated.
- The Amsterdamska award will be made for a significant creative collaboration in an edited book or special issue in the broad field of science and technology studies published in 2020 or later.
- The Freeman award will be made for a publication which is a significant collective contribution to the interaction of science and technology studies with another discipline or area of study published in 2020 or later.
Please find the call for nominations and the nomination form at EASST website.
Questions and nominations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
As Co-Chair of stsing I very much encourage everyone to nominate STS scholars in Germany for these awards. Also self-nomiations are encouraged.