Wikimedia CEE Spring article contest

Announcement: Winners of the Week of Women in Science and Education

Last week was the Week of Women in Science and Education in CEE Spring and now we are proud to present you the winners.

User:Алиса Селезньова (Alisa Selezniova) from Bulgaria won the challenge. She wrote articles about Elitsa Maneva – a Macedonian archaeologist, Rena Molho – a Greek historian, Milka Eftimova – a Macedonian opera singer and professor, Bili Vemi – a Greek writer and pedagogue, Maria Petrou – a Greek scientist who specialised in the fields of artificial intelligence and machine vision, Olga Troyachanets – a Greek linguist, and Lidiya Slaveska – a Macedonian historian.

Second placed was User:Liridon, who wrote on Albanian Wikipedia about the Austrian social psychologist Marie Jahoda, Hungarian philosopher Ágnes Heller, Austrian anthropologist Grete Mostny, Ukrainian astronomer Svetlana Gerasimenko, Hungarian educator and human rights activist Blanka Teleki, and Greek physician Amalia Fleming.

The third place went to User:Masti from Poland, who created articles about Olga Taussky-Todd – an Austrian and Czech mathematician, Grete Mostny (Liridon wrote it a day earlier!), Elise Richter – a philologist from Austria, Zabel Yesayan – an Armenian professor of literature, Berta Karlik – the first female professor at the University of Vienna, and Helene Richter – an Austrian anglicist.

Just as we promised, our winners will receive their prizes 🙂 Thank you all!

Others might find it useful to visit the articles we have linked in this post. We will appreciate if you create them in your own language Wikipedia if they are missing there. Wikipedia readers will be glad, too. CEE Spring 2016 continues!

Polska Wikipedia bags

Photo by John Cummings, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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