Awards

Excellence in Teaching Award. The  purpose of that award is to encourage planning schools to apply new pedagogical approaches, technologies and learning techniques in ways which enhance theories, knowledge and skills necessary for good planning practice. The award provides an important opportunity to disseminate new and high quality teaching practices among European planning schools.

Best Published Paper Award. The purpose of this prize is to celebrate the work of scholars and professionals in the field of planning publishing in European planning journals. It also serves to bring to the attention of planning academics and other interested parties across Europe the range of academic work being undertaken in the field of planning. Annually, the Editorial Boards of almost 50 European planning journals are invited to nominate the best published papers of their journal for the prize.

The Best Congress Paper Award. The objective of the competition is to promote and disseminate high-quality congress papers and to stimulate the willingness of congress participants to submit and present full congress papers of high quality.

AESOP AWARD COMMITTEES GUIDELINES

AESOP Best Conference Paper 2015

Published at: 18 July 2015

AESOP  BEST CONFERENCE PAPER AWARD 2015 goes to

Lukas Gilliard and Alain Thierstein 

for the paper Competencies revisited: An educational approach to conceptualise planning as a boundary discipline presented at the Track 3 Responsibilities in Planning Education and Practice, at the AESOP Annual Congress 2015 in Prague.

The AESOP Community warmly congratulates the authors.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2014

Published at: 13 July 2014

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2014 goes to
OLIVIER SYKES
for the course INTERNATIONAL PLANNING STUDIES (ENVS378)
run at the UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL (CIVIC DESIGN)

AESOP comminity wishes to congratulate Olivier Sykes, who has won the prize for the second time!

AESOP Best Published Paper Award 2014

Published at: 13 July 2014

AESOP Best Published Paper Award 2014 goes to

Graham Haughton, Phil Allmendinger & Stijn Oosterlynck
for the paper Spaces of neoliberal experimentation: soft spaces, postpolitics, and neoliberal governmentality
published in Environment and Planning A, 45, No. 1 (2013): 217-234.

AESOP Community wishes to congratulate the authors on their outstanding work.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2014

Published at: 22 February 2014

2014 AESOP PRIZE FOR
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
New Responses to (Global) Changes in Time of Crisis: New Approaches to Planning Education

AIM OF...

2013 AESOP EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD TO Camilla Perrone

Published at: 22 July 2013

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2013 went to
CAMILLA PERRONE
University of Florence, Urban and Regional Planning Department
for the course
LIVING LANDSCAPES (LANDSCAPES FOR LIVING): POLICIES, PRCTICES, IMAGES.

The Award Committee and the whole AESOP community wishes to congratulate Camilla Perrone, teaching staff and students attending the course on their remarkable work.

2013 AESOP Best Published Award to James Simmie

Published at: 22 July 2013

AESOP Best Published Paper Award 2013 went to
JAMES SIMMIE
for the paper
PATH DEPENDANCE AND NEW TECHNOLOGICAL PATH CREATION IN THE DANISH WIND POWER INDUSTRY
published in
EUROPEAN PLANNING STUDIES

The Award Committee and the whole AESOP community wishes to congratulate James Simmie on his remarable work.

2013 AESOP PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

Published at: 3 March 2013

2013 AESOP PRIZE FOR

EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

 

Responses to global changes: new approaches to planning education

APPLICATION FOR THE PRIZE IS OPEN.

2012 Excellence in Teaching Award to Anlı Ataöv (METU, Ankara)

Published at: 16 July 2012

AESOP is happy to award the Excellence in Teaching Prize 2012 to the Department of City and Regional Planning of the Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

We would like to congratulate Anlı Ataöv and his colleagues: Duygu Cihanger, Funda Erkal and Ender Peker who are the 2012 winners for the course “Planning Studio”.  This award recognises the important contribution the course makes through its critical and constructive approach to planning teaching as an instrument for achieving local responses to the global issues in such difficult times.