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Science and Youth: The Best Works of Swiss Maturity

Benny Jane Halas | © Rémi Alt
Benny Jane Halas | © Rémi Alt
Ines Guten © Rémi Alt
Ines Guten © Rémi Alt
Aline Brenta © Rémi Alt
Aline Brenta © Rémi Alt

Published on May 23, 2022

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Benny Jane Halas

20 years old, Colgi

“The name of the Science and Youth Competition left me at a loss, and I had the impression that it was dedicated to the exact sciences. Since the goal is innovation and focus my thesis on American literature, it may seem difficult to contribute to progress in this field. Moreover, the special awards given in The finalists, and participation in international competitions or science camps for example, were more interested in experimental sciences. But participation in the final was a reward for my work. I learned a lot thanks to the expert who followed me, but also by observing the work of others. Despite everything, it was Some of the speeches evaluated the progress without questioning the non-environmental direction it’s taking, it was a bit disappointing. Other than that, I’m glad I was able to participate, and I think going with a group helped make the experience more enjoyable.”

Ines Guten

19 years old, schoolgirl

“The work I did in Lugano during the final is somewhat personal, as it traces the memory of my family. It sheds light on the fact that my ancestors’ experience is part of global history and sheds new light on it. The competition represents an open door to the future, and I was able to learn about my interests and projects. Having said that, I also liked going to see the work of some remote areas out of curiosity. I met a lot of people there, I was able to connect with them. But going to the final alone also allowed me to empower myself and gain confidence. I wanted to follow more participation from my experts, but the organizers The Science and Youth Foundation have provided excellent support. The experience was rewarding, and I plan to visit next year’s edition in St. Gallen.”

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Aline Printa

19 years old, schoolgirl

“I had no expectations about the competition, I obviously did not write my final thesis with the idea of ​​going there. I dealt with the subject of oral history in the tram, rather limitedly. Experts and other interested people came to exchange with me about this and I really appreciated this Discussions, and it was worth talking to interested people. We give importance because just participating in the final is a victory. Only the sign can change. It was also an opportunity to discover the work of others, whether they were members of my group or people from other language areas. It was the three days in Lugano As an acknowledgment for all the work I have submitted.I do not necessarily intend to participate in other events organized by the Foundation,I am satisfied with my experience.I will continue to be curious to see the students’ work if the competition continues in Friborg.