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Awards

DVPW Award - Philipp Pattberg
Philipp won the science prize 2009 of the German Political Science Association awarded for the best book in the field of sustainability for his publication "Private Institutions and Global Governance".

ISA Award -
Steffen Bauer 
Steffen won the Graduate Student Paper Award of the Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association for his paper "Does bureaucracy really matter? The authority of intergovernmental treaty secretariats" at the 2005 Annual Convention of the ISA, held in March at Honolulu, Hawaii (USA).

Scholarschip

Members of the Global Governance Project who have won full scholarships from highly competitive PhD grant programmes:

Sabine Campe, Volkswagen Foundation

Klaus Dingwerth, German National Science Foundation

Philipp Pattberg, German Federal Environment Foundation

Uta Schuchmann, Heinrich Boell Foundation and German Federal Environment Foundation

Kirsten Selbmann, German National Academic Foundation and Heinrich Boell Foundation

Mireia Tarradell, La Caixa Foundation and German Academic Exchange Service

Fariborz Zelli, German Federal Environment Foundation

Other recognitions

Frank Biermann was elected as Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science

Amandine Bled has received a mobility grant from the European Commission's Network of Excellence (NoE) GARNET to pursue research at the Political Sciences, International Relations and Environment Centre (SPIRE) at Keele University, UK.

Daniel Compagnon has received a mobility grant from the European Commission's Network of Excellence (NoE) GARNET to pursue research at the IVM in 2006.

Klaus Dingwerth has received a mobility grant from the European Commission's Network of Excellence (NoE) GARNET to pursue research at the Institute Universitaire d' Etudes du Developpement (IUED) of the Universite de Geneve in 2008 

Philipp Pattberg has received a mobility grant from the European Commission's Network of Excellence (NoE) GARNET to pursue research at the London School of Economics in 2005.

Harro van Asselt was selected in 2005 as delegate at the Youth Summit of the Montreal Conference on Climate Change  

Carolin Zerger was selected in 2002 as youth representative to the German Delegation at the Johannesburg Summit of 2002