The Chair aims to promote and foster the initial and ongoing training of young researchers in the subject of adolescents and education. It seeks to promote the training of young researchers by offering scholarships linked to research projects.
The purpose of this award is to recognize excellence in the research work of students who have completed their final high-school project (FSP), final degree project (FDP) or master’s thesis (MT) in fields central to the Chair’s mission or on one of the Chair’s high-priority topics. The award aims to promote teaching vocations and recognize the work of university students who contribute to improving educational practice in the stage of adolescence.
The award recognizes the work’s creativity, originality, contribution to addressing the priority themes that compose the Chair’s hallmarks, and, in particular, its capacity for dissemination and impact.