Marie Labussière has been awarded the Advances in Life Course Research Young Scholar Award 2022, for her paper "Citizenship and education trajectories among children of immigrants: A transition-oriented sequence analysis", co-authored with Mark Levels and Maarten Vink.
The Advances in Life Course Research Young Scholar Award is an annual award inaugurated to recognize original contributions made by young scholars to the field of life course research. The award is given to an article published during a given calendar year in Advances in Life Course Research by a scholar who at the time of the first submission of the manuscript was no more than 5 years past her/his PhD. Co-authored articles can be eligible for the award, even if the article was co-authored with colleagues who do not meet the above criteria. In such a case, the Young Scholar(s) should be the main contributing author. The Young Scholar should have had the main responsibility in two, and at least a major contributing role in the third, of the following parts of the research process: design of the study, data analysis, and writing of the paper. If the article was co-authored by more than one Young Scholar, their collective contribution to the article will be considered. The authors of the winning article will receive a prize of USD 500 and their paper will be made free-to-view for one year.