MILADA PAULOVÁ AWARD
The Award is named after the first Czech woman to lecture at a university (1925) and to receive a professorship (1939), historian Milada Paulova.
In 2009 the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports initiated the Milada Paulova Award, for lifelong achievement in science for women researchers. We ensure the Milada Paulova Award organizationally for the Ministry. The Milada Paulova Award aims to publicly and financially appreciate achievements of prominent Czech women researchers, provide role models and inspire women researchers and students at the beginning of their research careers.
The Milada Paulova Award is conferred for making a major contribution in a particular discipline, including pedagogical work, supervision, cooperation with civil society and the industrial sector. Eligible for nomination are women researchers active in the academic, civil society or private research sectors.
This publication showcases the laureates and women researchers shortlisted for the Milada Paulová Award between 2009 – 2016.
Nominations: Milena Císlerová (Faculty of Civil Engineering, CTU in Prague), Alena Kohoutková (Faculty of Civil Engineering, CTU in Prague), Darja Kubečková (Faculty of Civil Engineering, VŠB–TUO), Pavla Rovnaníková (Faculty of Civil Engineering, BUT), Hana Urbášková (Faculty of Architecture, BUT)
Nominations: Věra Klenerová (1st Medical Faculty, CUNI), Hana Kubová (Institute of Physiology, CAS), Lenka Maletínská (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, CAS), Marie Stiborová (Faculty of Natural Sciences, CUNI), Alexandra Šulcová (CEITEC), Jitka Ulrichová (Medical Faculty, PU in Olomouc)
Nominations: Zdeňka Hledíková (Philosophical Faculty, CUNI), Libuše Hrabová (Philosophical Faculty, PU in Olomouc), Kateřina Charvátová (Pedagogical Faculty, CUNI), Jiřina Langhammerová (National Museum in Prague), Milena Lenderová (Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, University of Pardubice), Lydia Petráňová (Institute of Ethnology, CAS), Eva Stehlíková (Faculty of Arts, MUNI), Soňa Štrbáňová (Institute of Contemporary History, CAS), Natalie Venclová (Institute of Archaeology, CAS)
Nominations: Pavla Čapková (VŠB–TUO), Kateřina Demnerová (UCT Prague), Pavla Rovnaníková (Faculty of Civil Engineering, BUT), Marie Stiborová (Faculty of Natural Sciences, CUNI), Miroslava Trchová (Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, CAS), Jitka Ulrichová (Medical Faculty, PU in Olomouc), Irena Valterová (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, CAS), Věra Vrtílková (UJP Praha)
Nominations: Lenka Adamcová (MUP), Jaroslava Durčáková (Faculty of Finance and Accounting, UoE Prague), Magdalena Hunčová (Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, UJEP), Drahomíra Pavelková (Faculty of Management and Economics, TBU), Márie Režňáková (Faculty of Business and Management, BUT), Růžena Vintrová (VSEM)
Nominations: Květuše Jirátová (Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals, CAS), Hana Librová (Faculty of Social Studies, MUNI), Milena Rychnovská (PU in Olomouc), Věra Straškrabová (Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS), Eva Syková (Institute of Experimental Medicine, CAS), Zdeňka Svobodová (Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology, UVPS Brno), Jaroslava Vráblíková (Faculty of Environment, UJEP), Blanka Wichterlová (J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, CAS)