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Heiskell Award Winners

The Institute of International Education (IIE) created the Heiskell awards in 2001 to promote and honor the most outstanding initiatives that are being conducted in international higher education by IIENetwork member universities and colleges. By recognizing excellence and innovation, the Institute hopes to support IIENetwork members in their endeavors and to signal a new and important role for international education on campus.

IIE’s Heiskell Awards showcase the most innovative and successful models for internationalization of campuses, study abroad, and international partnership programs in practice today. We are particularly interested in highlighting initiatives that remove institutional barriers and broaden the base of participation in international teaching and learning on campus. 

The goals of IIE’s Heiskell Awards are: 

  • To foster innovative ideas that will help international education professionals create and sustain new opportunities for students and faculty
  • To bring international education to the forefront of education policy
  • To stimulate public awareness of the benefits of study abroad and international educational exchange

The 2020 IIE Andrew Heiskell Award Winners

CATEGORY: Internationalizing the Campus

Advancing curriculum development, fostering international opportunities and creatively integrating international students into university life.

Winner:  Rice University, [email protected]: A Corner/”Cantinho” of Brazil
Honorable Mention:  Texas A&M International University, Reading the Globe

CATEGORY: Study Abroad

Providing innovative programs and services to make study abroad more accessible to a broader student population.

Winner:  University of Tulsa, Jumpstart TU
Honorable Mention:  University of Otago, New Zealand, A Place to Stand, A World to Explore

CATEGORY: International Partnerships

Recognizing strategic, comprehensive and innovative international partnership efforts.

Winner:  Lehigh University, United Nations Partnership
Honorable Mention:  Kansas State University, Australian Initiative and Oz-to-Oz Program

CATEGORY: Internationalizing the Community College

Creating innovative programs and services, including study abroad, to make international opportunities accessible to community college students.

Winner:  Harper College, Global Region of Focus Initiative

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Award Recipient means the person, entity or entities that are to receive or have received grant funds through an award from the Illinois State Board of Education. The terms “grantee” and “award recipient” may be used interchangeably.

Option Holders means:

RSUs means the Restricted Stock Units granted to you by the Company as set forth in the Notice of Restricted Stock Unit Award.

Restricted Stock Unit Award Agreement means a written agreement between the Company and a holder of a Restricted Stock Unit Award evidencing the terms and conditions of a Restricted Stock Unit Award grant. Each Restricted Stock Unit Award Agreement will be subject to the terms and conditions of the Plan.

Bonus Stock Award means an award of Bonus Stock under this Plan.

Phantom Stock Award Agreement means a written agreement between the Company and a Holder with respect to a Phantom Stock Award.

Restricted Stock Unit Award means a right to receive shares of Common Stock which is granted pursuant to the terms and conditions of Section 6(b).

Restricted Stock Units means an Award of stock units subject to such restrictions and conditions as the Administrator may determine at the time of grant.

Restricted Stock Award Agreement means a written agreement between the Company and a holder of a Restricted Stock Award evidencing the terms and conditions of a Restricted Stock Award grant. Each Restricted Stock Award Agreement will be subject to the terms and conditions of the Plan.

Common Stockholders means holders of shares of Common Stock.

Phantom Stock Award means an Award granted under Section 11, entitling a Participant to a payment in cash, shares of Common Stock or a combination of cash and Common Stock (as determined by the Administrator), following the completion of the applicable vesting period and compliance with the terms of the Plan and other terms and conditions established by the Administrator. The unit value of a Phantom Stock Award shall be based on the Fair Market Value of a share of Common Stock.

Restricted Stock Unit Agreement means the agreement between the Company and the recipient of a Restricted Stock Unit that contains the terms, conditions and restrictions pertaining to such Restricted Stock Unit.

Restricted Stock means Shares issued pursuant to a Restricted Stock award under Section 7 of the Plan, or issued pursuant to the early exercise of an Option.

Share Units means the hypothetical Shares that are credited to the Share Unit Accounts in accordance with Section 3.3.

Restricted Share Units means an Award which may be earned in whole or in part upon the passage of time or the attainment of performance criteria established by the Administrator and which may be settled for cash, Shares or other securities or a combination of cash, Shares or other securities as established by the Administrator.

RSU Award or “RSU” means an Award of restricted stock units representing the right to receive an issuance of shares of Common Stock which is granted pursuant to the terms and conditions of Section 5(a).

Restricted Share Award means an award of Restricted Shares.

Deferred Stock Units means the number of hypothetical Shares subject to an Election.

Restricted Stockholder has the meaning specified in Section 10.01.

Share Award means an Award of Shares granted pursuant to Section 10.

Deferred Stock Award means Awards granted pursuant to Section 8.

Restricted Stock Award means an award of shares of Common Stock which is granted pursuant to the terms and conditions of Section 6(a).

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Award & Graduation Certificate Holders

Holders for Awards and Graduation Certificates holders in a variety of Styles and Sizes.

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• Black rigid cover stock with gold pinstripes. 
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Atlas Award and Graduation Certificate Folders 
• Card stock has a linen finish and your certificate inserts into an acetate cover for full view. 
• Available in Ivory/Gold, Blue/Gold or Black/Black. 
• Choose either 8-1/2” x 11” or 11” x 8-1/2” 
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• Linen finish stock with acetate insert for full view of photo.  
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• Sold in cases of 25.  
8.5×11 $75.00 for 25 Certificate Folders.
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• Black finish pop-out easel back with ribbon strips hold your certificate in place. 
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APREK Premier Graduation Certificate Holders $245.00 for 25 holders.

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Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction

Deacon King Kong by James McBride

First established in 2012 as a joint initiative of Carnegie Corporation of New York and the American Library Association, the Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence are awarded to the best fiction and nonfiction books for adult readers published in the U.S. They are the library community’s first national awards for adult trade books, and the winners are chosen by a committee of library professionals from across the country.

Booker Prize

Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart

The Booker Prize for Fiction promotes the finest in literary fiction by rewarding the very best novel of the year. The prize is the world’s most important literary award and has the power to transform the fortunes of authors and publishers.

National Book Award

Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu

The National Book Awards are awarded each fall by the National Book Foundation. Categories include Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Young People’s Literature, and the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.

National Book Critics Circle Award

Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell

Every year, the National Book Critics Circle of over 700 book reviewers from all parts of the country present awards for the finest books published in English. Categories include: Fiction, General Nonfiction, Biography/Autobiography, Poetry, and Criticism.

Nobel Prize for Literature

Abdulrazak Gurnah

Based on the recipient’s entire body of published work, the Nobel Prize for Literature is awarded “to the person who shall have produced in the field of literature the most outstanding work of an idealistic tendency.

The Women’s Prize for Fiction

Piranesi by Susanna Clarke

The Women’s Prize for Fiction (formerly known as the Orange Prize) was created in 1995 in response to a growing awareness that often the considerable achievements of women novelists were frequently being passed over by the major literary awards. The Women’s Prize for Fiction is judged exclusively by women, who choose the year’s best novel in English written by a woman.

PEN/Faulkner Award

Secret Lives of Church Ladies by Deesha Philyaw

The PEN/Faulkner Award was founded by writers in 1980 to honor their peers and is now the largest juried award for fiction in the United States. The award was named for William Faulkner, who used his Nobel Prize funds to create an award for young writers, and is affiliated with PEN (Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists, and Novelists), the international writers’ organization.

Scotiabank Giller Prize

How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa

The Scotiabank Giller Prize is awarded annually to the author of the best Canadian novel or short story collection published in English. The Giller Prize is named in honour of the late literary journalist Doris Giller and was founded in 1994 by her husband, Toronto businessman Jack Rabinovitch.

PEN/Malamud Award

Lydia Davis

The PEN/Malamud Award and Memorial Reading was established by the family of the late Bernard Malamud to honor excellence in the art of the short story.

Pulitzer Prize

The Night Watchman by Louise Erdich

The Pulitzer Prize has been awarded by Columbia University each spring since 1917. The awards are chosen by a board of jurors for Journalism, Letters, Music, and Drama. The awards for Letters include Nonfiction, Poetry, Biography or Autobiography, History, and Fiction.

Costa Book of the Year

The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather

The Costa awards are given annually in five categories — Poetry, Biography, First Novel, Novel, and Children’s Literature — to authors who exemplify the best of contemporary British writing and who have lived in Great Britain or Ireland for at least three years. Out of these four winners, one book is chosen as the Costa Book of the Year.

Whiting Award for Fiction

Severance by Ling Ma

Since 1985, the Whiting Awards have been given annually to 10 emerging writers in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama. The awards, of $50,000 each, are based on early accomplishment and the promise of great work to come.

Tournament of Books

Normal People by Sally Rooney

The annual March madness for book lovers, in which 18 of the best fiction titles duke it out to be named the Rooster.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): FAQ for Royal Society award holders

My fellowship or grant

What is the Royal Society’s position on delays to research caused by the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Royal Society will provide no-cost extensions for any award holder whose research is delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and these will be managed through our normal processes. As the situation continues to evolve and understanding is gained on the impact of the pandemic, the duration of no-cost extensions will be considered.

At the end of June 2020, the UK Government, through the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), announced a package of financial support to ease the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on certain researchers funded through UKRI and the National Academies.  

All researchers who are eligible for this funding have been contacted via email using the email address associated with the researcher’s Flexi-Grant account. 

We recognise that the pandemic may be affecting research differently across different disciplines. We are working to understand these further and we would encourage you to let us know about the challenges you encounter.

Will the Royal Society continue to make scheduled payments on my fellowship or grant if my host organisation closes or moves to home working?

The Royal Society will continue paying all fellowships and grants in line with currently agreed payment schedules. The Society expects all salaries and stipends supported through the grant to be passed on accordingly. This will be reviewed as understanding of the current situation evolves.

I have been recruited to support the coronavirus response; how will this affect my fellowship or grant?

If an award holder is recruited to support the coronavirus response, the Royal Society may provide additional funding to extend their fellowship appropriately. Such requests should be made in advanced by submitting a change request on Flexi-Grant and will be considered on a case by case basis.

I am due to start my fellowship shortly, however because my host organisation is closed or is encouraging home working, am I still able to start my fellowship? Will the Society commence payments on the award?

In the UK, universities and research institutions are open to staff and students. We appreciate that, although many places of work are open, many staff and students are choosing to work from home either full or part time for personal reasons including shielding, looking after vulnerable children or dependents and being unable to travel to the UK. We understand this situation may not be the case in all countries and we encourage researchers based overseas to contact the grants team if they have concerns. 

If you are already employed by your host organisation, the Society will commence your award on the start date indicated in your grant letter and will make payments against the agreed payment schedule.

If you are not yet employed by your host organisation, you will require a contract of employment with your host organisation before the grant or fellowship can be started.

If you are a visiting academic (e.g. Newton International Fellow), we will ask your Head of Department to confirm in writing that they are content for the award to be commenced.

If you are currently unable to travel to the country where your award is to be held, we will consider remote working for up to three months subject to the approval of your host organisation’s Head of Department.

Are staff funded on Royal Society grants eligible for furlough?

It if your host organisation’s responsibility to determine whether you are eligible for the UK Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme or its successor, the Job Support Scheme. The Society has committed to continue paying award holders in line with payment schedules, and therefore we do not anticipate that many staff funded by a Royal Society grant will be eligible for either scheme. However, if your personal circumstances mean that you have been deemed eligible by your organisation, we expect award holders or their host organisation’s research office to inform the Society’s grants team as early as possible.


Funded extensions to fellowships and grants

If my fellowship is delayed by several months and I am unable to access facilities in my host organisation to conduct research, will the Society extend my fellowship and other associated staff costs at the end to account for this loss of time?

We acknowledge that such delays may create some difficulties in completing research as originally envisaged and would encourage researchers facing difficulty with costs associated with their awards to contact the Grants team via email outlining any concerns.

Certain researchers were eligible to apply for costed grant extensions, all of whom were contacted earlier in 2020. Additionally, no-cost extensions have been provided to account for any time lost.

I have incurred costs on the research expenses of my grant or fellowship (non-staffing costs) which will now be lost as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. I am therefore no longer able to complete my research as originally envisaged, can the Society help with this?

Where your research may now not be completed in line with original plans due to financial losses in your research expenses (non-staffing lines) associated with the coronavirus pandemic, the Society will consider requests for small supplements to research expenses to cover the losses encountered. Requests will need to be justified and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.


Sick leave and caring leave policy

What is the Royal Society’s position on those who become unwell with COVID-19 or need to self-isolate?

In the event that award holders become unwell or need to self-isolate, the Society will follow the policy of the host and/or employing organisation, in line with our policy on leave. Any PhD students funded on a grant who become unwell or need to self-isolate will also be supported through the same policies.

What is the Society’s position if I am unable to work as normal as a result of caring for children or adult dependents who must self-isolate or quarantine?

We would expect all Royal Society funded researchers to be treated in the same way as other employees of their host organisation. You should therefore follow your host organisation’s policy. No additional funding will be provided.


Research expenses

I am not able to use research costs as originally budgeted, can I use these costs for other research expenses?

Yes, any research costs that can no longer be used for their original purpose can be used for other research expenses on the basis that the change in expenditure remains within the funded aims and objectives of the research, and remains eligible in the context of the scheme.

Where there are specific limits on consumable spend, these will be removed temporarily. You do not need our consent to make these changes.

Limits on the award holder’s salaries, indirect costs, estate costs, management costs and equipment remain in place and changes may only be made with the Society’s written agreement.

I am not able to use travel costs as originally budgeted, can I use these costs for other research expenses?

Yes, any travel or event costs that can no longer be used for their original purpose can be used for other research expenses on the basis that the change in expenditure remains within the funded aims and objectives of the research, and remains eligible in the context of the scheme.

For programmes such as International Exchanges and Newton Mobility Grants where we have previously limited the amount that can be spent on research, we are currently waiving these limits as long as the funds are being used to support the original research aims outlined in your proposal. You do not need our consent to make these changes.

Where costs have been incurred for travel and/or events but these have subsequently been cancelled, can I still claim these costs against the award?

Where grant-related travel and events are cancelled and the costs are non-refundable or cannot be claimed on insurance, associated costs may be claimed as eligible against the award.

If research is suspended because organisations are closed, can any expenditure be incurred?

In the UK, universities and research institutions are open to staff and students. We appreciate that, although many places of work are open, many staff and students are choosing to work from home either full or part time for personal reasons including shielding, looking after vulnerable children or dependents and being unable to travel to the UK. We understand this situation may not be the case in all countries and we encourage researchers based overseas to contact the grants team if they have concerns.  

Other expenditure may be incurred against the research expenses of your grant subject to the usual host organisation approval process.

I will be incurring additional animal maintenance costs, am I able to get additional funding for this?

The Society encourages any underspend incurred from other research costs to cover any animal maintenance costs (e.g. from travel no longer being undertaken). If additional costs are required, we will consider these on a case by case basis.


Staff and students supported through grants

What will happen to PhD students if the COVID-19 pandemic results in insufficient time to complete their work?

We recognise that students may find themselves unable to complete experiments in order to be ready to submit their thesis, due to departmental or institution closures. Students should be permitted additional time where necessary to compensate for time lost.

A costed extension can only be requested for those PhD students supported on your Royal Society grant who are currently in the final two years of their doctoral studies.  

We recognise that there will be cases where the pandemic may have had a disproportionate impact on Royal Society supported PhD students who will not have completed their PhD by 31 March 2022 and/or are not in the final two years of their studies. We will support no-cost extensions for such cases and a request for costed extension can be submitted for consideration. 

If my research is suspended because my group cannot access laboratories, how will this affect PDRAs or other staff who are supported through fellowships or grants?

In the UK, universities and research institutions are open to staff and students. We appreciate that, although many places of work are open, many staff and students are choosing to work from home either full or part time for personal reasons including shielding, looking after vulnerable children or dependents and being unable to travel to the UK. We understand this situation may not be the case in all countries and we encourage researchers based overseas to contact the grants team if they have concerns.  

The Society will continue paying all fellowships and grants in line with current agreed schedules. We expect salaries and stipends to be passed on accordingly. This will be reviewed as understanding of the current situation evolves.

Information on how we are supporting PDRAs funded through Royal Society grants can be found on our costed grant extension guidance page. 

The contract for a PDRA who is funded through my Royal Society award is about to run out, am I able to use any underspend on my grant to extend their employment?

If a PDRA is already funded through your Royal Society grant and you have an underspend that could be reallocated to extend their contract, we are willing to consider such requests. In the current circumstances we will look sympathetically on such requests but each will need to be considered on a case-by-case basis. Any requests should be submitted as a change request through the Royal Society’s Flexi-Grant grants management system.


Award holder information

Information for recipients of graduate fellowships, scholarships or awards administered by the Graduate Awards Office, School of Graduate Studies

  • Fellowship payments are issued five (5) working days after the DNE date of each term, once full-time registration is confirmed, unless otherwise specified in the award notification.
  • Payments are made directly to the students’ accounts and applied to outstanding tuition and fees. If a credit balance remains in the account, a cheque refund request must be submitted by award recipients via their Student Center.
  • Cheques are automatically mailed to the address on file within 10 business days after the refund request has been submitted.
  1. Tenure of the award starts as specified in your award offer. Should you be unable to start your program at that time, you may request a one-term deferment of your award. This must be done in writing to your Graduate Program Director. If you are unable to start your program within one term, your award offer will be withdrawn.
  2. Award holders must maintain full-time registration status in the graduate degree program specified in the award notification, in each term during which the award is held.
  3. Internal award recipients are expected to devote most of their time to completion of their graduate degree and it is recommended that award recipients do not work more than 15 hours per week. Before you accept other employment, we suggest that you discuss and receive consent from your supervisor and department to ensure your employment is compatible with your activities as a graduate student and an award recipient.
  4. External granting agencies may restrict the number of hours of employment permitted. Contact the external agencies directly for their policies.
  5. Doctoral students whose awards are granted for more than three (3) terms (one year), that plan to work full-time during the summer or any other term, are required to notify the Graduate Awards Advisor of the School of Graduate Studies at least two (2) months prior to the work term by requesting a one-term deferment of their award in writing by email to: graduate- [email protected] ca, indicating “Work Term Deferment” in the subject line.
  6. Recipients may request a maximum of two (2) deferments of one (1) term each for employment purposes; the work terms cannot be consecutive. Students must request a leave of absence from their program during these terms.
  7. Award holders cannot be on paid leave from their employer, on a paid sabbatical, nor pursuing full-time employment during their term of tenure. In these cases, the award may be held in name only.
  8. International students cannot hold a Concordia International Tuition Award of Excellence if their tuition fees are paid through a scholarship that they hold, if they become a permanent resident, or if they benefit from an international tuition fee remission as a result of an agreement between the Government of Québec and their home country. In these cases, you must notify the Manager, Graduate Awards.
  9. During a LOA, students receiving graduate awards will have their award payments stopped for any terms where there is a LOA notation, and the award disbursements will continue once the student returns from leave (without penalty). For example, if a graduate recipient has been on a leave for two terms, the payments will resume for those two terms following the students’ return. The total value of the award will not be affected by the LOA and the total tenure of the award will be adjusted (stop and restart) to accommodate the leave.
    Exception: In the case of the Concordia International Tuition Award of Excellence, given the nature of the funding structure from the Quebec Government, recipients of this award will lose the award for every term where there is a LOA. Only in cases where there is an approved maternity leave or a medical leave, will an exemption be granted.

Award holders are responsible for remaining in good academic standing, maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 with no failure grades, no more than one C, and not have been sanctioned under the Academic Code in order to receive approval for instalments each term.

Should the award holder be granted a retroactive change to their program (status changed to part-time or full-time, program switch) or registration (retroactive DNE, DISC, Leave of Absence, Parental Leave, Withdrawal from program) SGS will recover that term’s disbursements. Consequently, students will need to honour their financial commitment to their student account.

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The individual Beach Soccer World Cup winners have been announced

MOSCOW, 29 Aug – RIA Novosti. All winners of individual awards at the World Beach Soccer Championship in Moscow have become known.

The World Beach Football Championship in the Russian capital ended on Sunday with the victory of the Russian national team.

The “Golden Glove” prize for the best goalkeeper of the tournament went to Moon Eliott of the Swiss national team.

The gold scorer of the tournament was the Swiss national team player Glenn Hodel, who scored 12 goals, silver – his teammate Dejan Stankovic (10), bronze – Japanese Takuya Akaguma (10).

Earlier, the “Silver Ball” of the tournament was received by the Russian Arthur Ferorotny.

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90,000 BioNTech founders will win the Ehrlich Prize in 2022 – Society

BERLIN, 21 September. / TASS /. The CEO of the German company BioNTech, which together with the American partner Pfizer has developed a vaccine against the Comirnaty coronavirus, Ugur ahin and his wife, Medical Research Director Ozlem Türeči will be awarded the prestigious Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstadter Prize in 2022. This is stated in a statement released on Tuesday by the Board of Trustees of the Paul Ehrlich Foundation.

In addition to the married couple, Hungarian biochemist Katalin Kariko, who joined BioNTech in 2013, will receive the prize in 2022.It is noted that the award will be awarded for “achievements in the development of messenger RNA (mRNA) for prophylactic and therapeutic purposes.” “The incredibly rapid development of a highly effective coronavirus vaccine, which has proven to play a critical role in containing the SARS-CoV2 pandemic around the world, has been an outstanding success,” the statement said. In addition, the Mainz-based firm has made significant progress in the clinical use of cancer vaccines in recent years.

On December 21, 2020, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommended the issuance of an interim marketing authorization for the Comirnaty coronavirus vaccine developed by the BioNTech and Pfizer consortium.On the same day, the drug was approved by the European Commission, which paved the way for the start of vaccination in the EU. The drug belongs to a group of so-called gene vaccines that contain genetic information about the pathogen. BioNTech is primarily concerned with the development of cancer immunotherapy.

The awards ceremony will traditionally take place on March 14, 2022, on the birthday of Nobel laureate Paul Ehrlich, at St. Paul’s Church in Frankfurt am Main.

The Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstadter Prize is an annual award given by the Paul Ehrlich Foundation since 1952 for innovative research in the field of medicine.It is one of the most prestigious and world-renowned medical awards in Germany. The award is presented to scientists for outstanding achievements both at home and abroad in the medical fields in which Paul Ehrlich worked. Among them are immunology, research in oncology, hematology, microbiology, experimental and clinical chemotherapy. The prize fund of the award is € 120,000.

90,000 Football Players – Golden Boy Award Winners

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The Golden Boy is a very recent award. This year it was awarded to Renata Sanches, for whom the Munich Bavaria, not used to throwing money away, laid out 35 million euros. And at the age of 19 he managed to become the European champion.

And I remember the rest of the laureates of the award through the prism of the correspondence of the advances issued to what happened in practice. For now, let me just remind you that a player of any European championship no older than 21 can become the owner of the award of the Italian publication “Tuttosport”.

All Golden Boy Football Awards Winners

Golden Boy off target


  • Country: Brazil.
  • Club: Manchester United.
  • Year: 2008.

In 2007, the young Brazilian talent signed a contract with Manchester United, in the same year he made his debut for the first Brazilian national team. The first season in the new club brought him worldwide recognition, but the tale was not continued.

Despite many won trophies, Anderson did not become a player of the main team of Manchester United, and the number of matches for the Brazilian national team stopped at the modest figure of 8, the last of which was played back in 2008.

After a loan to Fiorentina, Anderson returned to his homeland, where, apparently, he will end his career.

Alexandre Pato

  • Country: Brazil.
  • Club: Milan.
  • Year: 2009.

A year later, another Brazilian, striker Alexandre Pato, received the Golden Boy.His takeoff was steeper than that of Anderson – at the age of 18 he moved to Milan, where he scored 57 goals in four seasons.

However, injuries intervened – the seasons 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 turned out to be crumpled. Having played for Brazilian clubs, Pato, to his credit, returned to Europe and is trying to revive his career at Villarreal.

Mario Balotelli

  • Country: Italy.
  • Club: Inter / Manchester City.
  • Year: 2010.

An incredible talent who became the champion of Italy at the age of 18. And the two Super Mario goals scored to the Germans in the semi-finals of Euro 2012? All this was and was great.

But, alas, Mario ruined himself. Now he plays in Nice and he is already 26. Age is not critical, but hope that Balotelli will grow into a superstar, in my opinion, is not worth it. It’s too incomprehensible what’s going on in this guy’s head.

Perhaps here we are dealing with the biggest ruined talent of recent times.

“Golden Boy”: wait and see

Mario Goetze

  • Country: Germany.
  • Club: Borussia Dortmund.
  • Year: 2011.

After 19-year-old Goetze became the best young player in Europe, he managed to gain a foothold in the German national team, score the winning goal in the World Cup final and sign a contract with Bayern Munich.

Goetze was not lost at Bayern – 114 matches and 36 goals in three seasons speak for themselves.But Carlo Ancelotti, who headed the team, made it clear to Mario that he did not see him at the base, and he returned to his native land.

In principle, Goetze is already an accomplished master, but his age – 24 years old suggests that it is necessary to wait with global conclusions. It is obvious that he will not fall below his level, but to what heights he can grow – the question.


  • Country: Spain.
  • Club: Malaga.
  • Year: 2012.

Isco shone with Malaga in the 2012-2013 season. The fans of Zenit
should well remember that Champions League, when the St. Petersburg club went to Malaga to win, and received three unanswered goals, two of which are on Isco’s account.

Then there was a move to Madrid, where Isco, although he has constant playing practice, has not yet become an indisputable player in the starting lineup. For his 24 years, career development has been more than successful, but still it is worth postponing with the final conclusions.

Raheem Sterling

  • Country: England.
  • Club: Liverpool.
  • Year: 2014.

The 2013-14 season could have brought Liverpool their first championship in a quarter century if Steven Gerrard hadn’t slipped. A brilliant attack in the person of Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling simply tore the opponents’ defense to shreds.

On account of the native of Jamaica, 10 goals and 7 assists – the result for a 19-year-old guy, and even not a pure forward, is simply fantastic.Then there was a scandalous departure to Manchester City and an indistinct first season at the new club. More precisely, not even indistinct, but simply not corresponding to the price tag of 49 million pounds.

Sterling is now one of the key figures in Guardiola’s squad, but he’s only 21, so we’ll take a look.

Anthony Martial

  • Country: France.
  • Club: Manchester United.
  • Year: 2015.

When a little over a year ago Manchester United paid for the 19-year-old striker, who had by that time scored a half dozen goals for Monaco, 36 million football, many twisted their fingers to their temples.I confess, too.

However, the very first season at Old Trafford showed that Martial can do almost anything in attack. Dribbling, passing, hitting, the vision of the field was set by the Frenchman.

Whether he will realize his talent is another question. My opinion is that now he urgently needs to change the club, since the current Manchester United is not the best place for the growth of young players.

Golden Boy: Direct to

Raphael van der Vaart

  • Country: Holland.
  • Club: “Ajax”.
  • Year: 2003.

The first “Golden Boy” is now 33 and plays in the modest Danish championship. Someone will say that van der Vaart has not fully revealed his potential and will be right in his own way.

I am including the Dutchman in the list of those who lived up to the expectation, since the only reason for the crumpled career of Raphael was injuries. He himself always took the matter seriously, this is far from the case of Balotelli.

I would also like to remind you that under van der Vaart, Hamburg won prizes in the Bundesliga and played in the Champions League.And after he left, the club, which has a decent roster, money and a lot of loyal fans, is constantly fighting for survival.

Wayne Rooney

  • Country: England.
  • Club: Manchester United.
  • Year: 2004.

Now it seems that Rooney has always played, but he is only 30. He just became a base player for Manchester United and England at the age of 19.

All the last trophies of the Mancunian club were won with the direct participation of Rooney, and the fact that he did not manage to win anything with the England national team is not a question for him.Rooney himself plays great for the national team, because he is the top scorer in the history of the national team.

Lionel Messi

  • Country: Argentina.
  • Club: Barcelona.
  • Year: 2005.

Here, as they say, comments are superfluous.

Yes, Messi won nothing against Argentina, yes, several of his Ballon d’Or make an ironic smile from people who know football, but to deny that he is one of the greatest footballers of our time, in my opinion, is simply stupid.

Cesc Fabregas

  • Country: Spain.
  • Club: Arsenal.
  • Year: 2006.

At the age of 16, Cesc made his debut for Arsenal London. Arsene Wenger, of course, loves and knows how to work with young people, but it’s still very, very cool.

Then there was a return to his native Barcelona, ​​where Fabregas went for trophies, and his return to England brought him the title of Premier League champion, however, already with Chelsea.

And Cesc is also a world champion and a two-time European champion, so he is the most titled of all the “golden boys” today, even taking into account the absence of the Champions Cup in his collection.

Sergio Aguero

  • Country: Argentina.
  • Club: Atlético Madrid.
  • Year: 2007.

Kun Aguero’s debut was even cooler. At the age of 15, going out at the base of Independiente, at 17 – in the Argentina national team, at 18 – moving to Europe, to Atletico Madrid, where he replaced Fernando Torres himself.

And everywhere Aguero scores, being one of the best forwards in the world in recent years.

Paul Pogba

  • Country: France.
  • Club: Juventus.
  • Year: 2013.

But Paul Pogba, the same age as Goetze and Isko, can be safely called an accomplished master. Four seasons spent at the highest level at Juventus are a vivid confirmation of this. And in the current Manchester United, Paul is one of the central figures, and the fact that Manchester United are unstable is the cost of building a new team and problems within the club.

Pogba’s only problem is that he is made into such an irreplaceable supermaster. No, the fact that Paul is a top-class player is obvious, but also the absurdity of comparing him with the same Zidane is also obvious.

This is evidenced by the ease with which they found a replacement in Turin, simply by distributing his functions among the players in the central zone. Yes, and in the French national team while others are soloing.

Although Pogba still has time.

I like1Dislike 90,000 News – Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation

Today, August 29, at the XVI Summer Paralympic Games in Tokyo (Japan), Russian Vitaly Gritsenko won the bronze medal in the 400 m race in the T53 class – wheelchair racing.

Minister of Sports of the Russian Federation Oleg Matytsin congratulated Vitaly Gritsenko on winning the bronze medal. “Congratulations to Vitaly on the bronze medal of the Games in Tokyo. He completed the final in running at the highest level and deservedly won his first Paralympic medal in his career. Our athletes have achieved a great achievement – they became among the strongest Paralympians in the world and forever inscribed their names in history. I congratulate the coaches of the national team and the Russian Paralympic Committee on the success of the Russian track and field athletes.I wish the athletes good luck at the Tokyo Games, ”said Oleg Matytsin.

35-year-old Vitaly Gritsenko is an international master of sports of Russia, two-time European champion, four-time silver and bronze medalist of the European Athletics Championships among people with musculoskeletal disorders. Vitaly was born in the village. Raguli of the Stavropol Territory, as part of the Russian Paralympic team, represents Moscow. Vitaly trains at the Vorobyovy Gory Olympic Reserve School, his coach is six-time Paralympic champion, Merited Master of Sports of Russia Sergey Valentinovich Shilov .

XVI Paralympic Summer Games will end on 5 September. 4400 athletes take part in the competition. 539 sets of awards are being played in 22 sports.

Russian Paralympians, who have won 203 licenses, compete in 19 sports. The Russian delegation includes 434 people, including 243 athletes.

Our athletes for the first time take part in the Paralympic Games in badminton, boccia, goalball, rowing and canoeing, triathlon, taekwondo and seated volleyball among women’s teams.

The Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation congratulates Vitaly Gritsenko, the coaching staff and the Russian Paralympic Committee on the bronze and wishes him new bright victories!

Press Service of the Ministry of Sports of Russia

90,000 Moscow Region museums won the Traveller’s Choice

Kolomna marshmallow

Source: Ministry of Culture of the Moscow Region

Museum of History “Kolomenskaya Pastila” and Museum “Kalachnaya”, including state museums such as “Melikhovo”, “New Jerusalem”, Serpukhov Museum of History and Art, “Muranovo”, Zaraisk Kremlin, as well as the Kolomna Kremlin won the Traveller’s award Choice – 2021 of the Tripadvisor portal, according to the press service of the Moscow Region Tourism Committee.

The Travelers’ Choice Award recognizes attractions and activities that provide travelers around the world with a superior service, which recognizes properties that regularly receive excellent traveler reviews on Trip Advisor. Travelers’ Choice brings attractions to the world level in terms of the quality of guest service, ”the statement says.

Earlier, the Moscow region nominated the Fedoskino factory of miniature painting in the category “Folk craft”, “Section of the Gzhel tier” in the category “Natural object”, the monastery in “New Jerusalem” in the category “Cultural and historical object”, Park “Patriot” in the category “Public space ”and“ Kolomenskaya marshmallow ”in the nomination“ National cuisine ”for the National Geographic Traveler competition“ Treasures of Russia ”.The results of the voting will be presented on the website of the National Geographic Traveler magazine until November 8 of the year.

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press service of the Moscow Region Tourism Committee

90,000 Torex became a 4-time winner of the “Brand No. 1 in Russia” award.We thank our Customers for their trust!

The year 2020 was no exception, despite all its difficulties. The Torex team is proud to share the news with its Clients: you have recognized our products and services as the best in the country in the “Entrance doors” segment for the 4th time in a row.

This year, together with Torex, Gazprombank, Maria kitchens, LG TVs, Jakobs coffee, McDonald’s chain, etc. have received the right to be called the “Buyers’ Choice”.In total – 78 laureates.

All winners of the award were recognized as the best according to the results of an independent popular vote. In it, residents of Russia are invited to enter the manufacturer in each of the proposed categories, the product and related service of which they consider the best. After that, millions of questionnaires are processed, and a list of brands with the most votes is compiled.

Torex received its first national recognition award in 2014, when the Entrance Doors category first appeared in the People’s Brand shortlist.Then there were awards in 2016 and 2018. This means that Torex is the undisputed leader in its niche in the opinion of consumers, because voting for each nomination takes place every two years.

General Director of TOREKS Group of Companies Vladimir Sedov:
– This year our company celebrates its 30th anniversary. During this time, we have grown from a small workshop into an enterprise with a powerful production base, an extensive partner network, and a wide range of products. And all this is the result of constant development, readiness to adapt to the constantly changing market and the needs of our Customers.At the end of the day, our main goal is a satisfied Customer. That is why it is not only pleasant for us to receive confirmation of popular recognition, but also important. The “Brand No. 1” award is a litmus test showing the accuracy of our vector of work and changes.

Consumers for the third time in a row named Torex “Brand No. 1 in Russia” in the production of entrance doors.

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