ESVDC Early Researcher Award to a promising young researcher in the field (2022), awarded to Kokou A. Atitsogbe by the European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counseling.
On the proposal of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, the Direction of the University of Lausanne has awarded Mr. Kokou A. Atitsogbe, a Faculty Prize for the excellence of his doctoral thesis entitled: "Career development in two culturally and economically different contexts: empirical studies, scale development, and issues around decent work."
Graduate Student Outstanding Research Award, to Kokou Amenyona Atitsogbe, August 5 2020 by the Society of Counseling Psychology (International Section, Division 17, American Psychological Association)
Décharge Tremplin awarded to Amber Gayle Thalmayer. Competitive subsidy in the form of a discharge of teaching, management and administrative tasks for 6 months.
Graduate Student Research Award to Kokou Amenyona Atitsogbe, awarded by the Society for Vocational Psychology, Division 17 of the American Psychological Association.
Swiss Psychological Society
Young Scientist Award SPG / SGP / SSP 2017, awarded to Shékina Rochat.
ESVDC Young Research Award to the most promising young researcher in the field (2017), awarded to Ariane Froidevaux by the European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counseling.
University of Lausanne
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Award to Ariane Froidevaux for the excellence of her doctoral thesis entitled "Adjusting successfully to retirement: Qualitative and quantitative investigations on identity, meaning and mattering".
XIXth Congress of the International Association of French-Speaking Occupational Psychologists (AIPTLF) in Brussels, Belgium.
Award of the best poster given to Samuele Meier and Jérôme Rossier for their project "Evaluation of the analysis of the request for guidance questionnaire (ADOR) and comparison with the career decision-making making difficulties questionnaire".
Annual Conference of the Division Careers of the Academy of Management in Vancouver, Canada.
Michael Driver Best Applied Paper Award 2015 awarded to Arianne Froideveaux.
National Career Development Association (NCDA)
Mentor Research Grant Award 2015 , for the research project « Efficacy of Motivational Interviewing in Career Counseling » presented by Shékina Rochat at the 2015 NCDA Global Career Development Conference in Denver, Colorado. Link
University of Lausanne
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Award to Ariane Froidevaux for the excellence of her Master thesis entitled "You will be Psychologist, my daughter: The intergenerational transmission of the professional choice: a co-construction between parents and children", under the supervision of Eva Clot.