Write your future
Write your future
We are very happy to announce the 3 winners of the Write Your Future-competition for SDU students:
1st place - Cæcilie Voetmann
2nd place - Bianca de Medici
3rd place - Marta Rodrigues Neves
Watch our video of the ceremony - including reading by the 3 winners here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hnzK1wElZA
Along with the winners, we have a Top-10 with the short stories that were shortlisted by our panel of students and researchers from across University of Southern Denmark.
Congratulations, all of you.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the competition. It's been very inspiring to read your short stories.
Thanks for sharing your visions
The 10 selected authors:
1. Cæcilie Voetmann, Political Science
2. Bianca de Medici, English
3. Marta Rodrigues Neves, Political Science and Public Management
Anne Christina Saabye, Manuscript development
Emma Freja B. Pedersen, English
Lene Schøtt-Kristensen, Creative Writing
Magnus Ask Jensen, German studies
Marlea Ærbo Sørensen, American Studies
Sandra Stephanie Raveendran, IT Product Design
Selina Eisenberger, IT Web Communication Design
The Write Your Future-competition is a part of a citizen science project organized by DIAS in partnership with the Citizen Science network at Syddansk Universitet – University of Southern Denmark and supported by University Library of Southern Denmark - at SDU, Merit - Studentermedie på Syddansk Universitet, Science and Beers, Studenterhuset Odense and the HCA Comedy Festival.
Any questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lend us your voice
Share your story: Imagine a typical day in your life in the year 2025.
Join the student jury
You can be a part of the panel as we have 5 seats reserved for students.
A panel of SDU students, researchers from the 5 faculties and a representative from Politiken will select the winners.
You are all invited to a virtual celebration, where we will announce the top 10 short stories and award the winners.
About the project
How it all started and who to contact if you would like to know more.
What is Citizen Science?
Learn more on community-based research at SDU.