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The University of Gothenburg's Sustainability Thesis Award, GUSTA

The University of Gothenburg's Sustainability Thesis Award, GUSTA, recognizes and offers awards to outstanding theses written on sustainable development related topics within the University of Gothenburg. The award is meant to motivate students to critically engage with sustainability issues and search for more knowledge towards a sustainable world. The project addresses all bachelors, magister and masters students in all programmes across the university.

The awardees are selected by a scientific committee that is comprised of five professors from five different faculties at the University of Gothenburg. Among others, some of the evaluation criteria include: holistic integration of different dimensions of sustainable development, originality, critical thinking, and contribution to the current knowledge in sustainable development.

The award is administrated by the Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development. The award was launched in 2019.

Award winners 2019

Ryan Davis, Department of Political Science, Centre for European Studies.
Master thesis: Economic Inequality, Corruption, and Personal Environmental Responsibility in Europe. (Pdf)

Sandra Sternad Fackel, The School of Global Studies.
Bachelor thesis: Att våga se komplexa samband: En studie av hur Värnamo kommun kan arbeta med synergier och konflikter inom Agenda 2030.

Learn more about the winners 2019.


Kassahun Weldemariam, Student sustainability coordinator, Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV). kassahun.weldemariam@gu.se

Sidansvarig: GMV|Sidan uppdaterades: 2020-01-21

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