The authors and supervisors of the most interesting scientific projects carried out in teams between 1 October 2021 and 30 September 2022 will be awarded prizes, statuettes, distinctions and diplomas. Applications for the StRuNa competition in 12 categories, are being accepted until 20 October.
Since 2011, the Student Support Fund Foundation, with the support of successive ministries responsible for the development of science and higher education, has been rewarding students and doctoral students who carry out valuable or original scientific projects as part of scientific circles or other project teams.
The aim of the competition is to award students and doctoral students who have realised the most interesting projects as part of scientific clubs, academic media editorial teams, academic associations, executive bodies of student or doctoral student self-governments. Also the scientific supervisors and creators of the entities starting scientific activity will be honoured. The competition consists of three basic categories (Project of the Year 2022, Scientific Club of the Year 2022, Scientific Supervisor of the Year 2022) seven project categories and two subject categories.