Ravenstein-Förderpreis for Nele Peschel

Congratulations to our M.Sc. student Nele Peschel for winning the Ravenstein-Förderpreis in the category students with Mapping SÁMI Languages. Designed in the Project Map Creation during her summer semester in Vienna 2021, the jury awarded her work with:

“Excellently designed map that makes outstanding use of semiotic rules”

The Ravenstein-Förderpreis, which is awarded annually, promotes young cartographic talents in German-speaking countries. This year’s award ceremony took place at the Faculty of Plastics Engineering and Surveying at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt.

Nele Peschel (3rd from left) with Prof. Mark Vetter and other awardees of the Ravenstein Förderpreis. Photo: FHWS / Bolza-Schünemann
Nele’s map was created within the class Project Map Creation in summer semester 2021

More details of the map, that will also be presented at this year’s International Cartographic Exhibition at ICC2021 in Florence, Italy, are available here.

Congratulations, Nele!