I truly enjoy my work and I always try to do my best. In academia one has to treasure their own self-motivation, because our hard work often doesn’t bring any tangible results for a long time.
This is why it’s fantastic to receive positive feedback and feel appreciated for the work done. I am grateful for all bigger and smaller distinctions and awards I was honoured to receive in the last years, so I am proud to share some of them here.
Awards for conference talks and poster presentations
- The best poster award at Annual Poster Presentations of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain (Dec. 2018);
- The best talk award at Science Polish Perspectives 2018 Berlin (Oct. 2018);
- Cognitive Oral Presentation Award at NEURONUS 2018 IBRO Neuroscience Forum (Apr. 2018);
- The best poster award in Cognition panel at NEURONUS 2016 IBRO & IRUN Neuroscience Forum (Apr. 2016);
- Second place award for the best talk in Social sciences panel at XLIV International Seminar of Students’ Scientific Associations (Apr. 2015);
- The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship: Research Grants – Doctoral Programmes in Germany (Oct 2017 – Oct 2020);
- The Berlin School of Mind and Brain scholarship for doctoral students (Oct 2016 – Oct 2017);
- Erasmus + scholarship for abroad semester at Mei:CogSci – Middle European Interdisciplinary Master Programme in Cognitive Science at University of Vienna, Austria (Sep 2014 – Feb 2015);
- Australian-European Network full tuition scholarship for abroad semester in Clinical neuropsychology at University of Wollongong, Australia (Jul 2013 – Dec 2013);
- Rector’s scholarship for the best students at Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland (Oct 2011 – Jun 2012 and in Oct 2012 – Jun 2013).
- Distinction for the master’s thesis entitled “In My Mind’s Eye”: Game-Induced Emotions Influence Face Processing in a Gaze-Cueing Task: an ERP Study (2015)