Apprentices Award of the Max Planck Society
Laura Kramps is awarded for her personal development, and outstanding academic and professional achievements.
July 17, 2014
For her exceptional personal development, as well as the outstanding academic and professional achievements receives Laura Kramps (22), Max-Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics, the apprentices award of the Max Planck Society.
The prize, endowed with 750 euro, is a great honor for Kramps: “I did not expect to be suggested. Of course it makes me very proud to have been selected from all the trainees of the Max Planck Society.” Kramps who has completed her training in February 2014 wants to study forensic sciences from autumn on. “The money comes at the right time. But it is actually quite the ‘icing on the cake’ for me,” says Kramps. Born in Rhineland she trained the district league volleyball women2-team of the club TSV Alemannia Zähringen in her spare time.
The prize is annually awarded to up to three trainees in the field of laboratory professionals and another 15 excellent in other areas. In total 531 trainees are active in the institutes of the Max Planck Society. Prof. Dr. Thomas Jenuwein, executive director of the MPI IE, presented the certificate on behalf of the President of the Max Planck Society.