Female Career Award

Since 2018, our biannual Female Career Award has recognized female researchers affiliated to institutions other than UNIL who have had outstanding academic careers. The aim? To value and promote female academic careers.

The award ceremony consists of a seminar open to the whole community, presented by the winner, followed by a round table open to doctoral and post-doctoral students, as well as Master's students, to ask questions and highlight female academic careers.



Prof. Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé, Columbia University (NY), for her career in macroeconomics, particularly in the fields of business cycles, macroeconomic policies and international macroeconomics. Learn more



Prof. Candace Arai Yano, University of California, Berkeley, for her brilliant career as a researcher in the field of operations management and her involvement in the training of the next generation. Learn more



Prof. Mary E. Barth, Stanford University, USA, Graduate School of Business, for his career in accounting and financial analysis. Learn more

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Prof. Renée B. Adams, Saïd Business School (Oxford University), for her track record in corporate governance, banking and gender diversity. Learn more


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Prof. Michelle Hebl, Rice University (Houston, USA), for her work on issues of gender equality and discrimination in the workplace. Learn more

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Prof. Franziska Völckner, (Cologne University), for his background in marketing and brand positioning. Learn more

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