At the recent CES Conference in St. John’s, prizes were awarded in two poster competitions.
1. Juried Competition Prize
A jury composed of Shannon Clark-Larkin, Evaluation Manager, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Isabelle Bourgeois, Assistant Professor, École nationale d’administration publique, and Nicole LaBossiere, Senior Associate, Goss Gilroy Inc., awarded the Juried Competition Prize to the poster:
Innovative evaluation methodology: using simulation for curriculum improvement by Erica Downes, Megha Bhavsar, and Latika Nirula of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto.
The $500 prize, provided by the Government of Canada through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, was presented by Shannon-Clark Larkin.
2. People’s Choice Poster Award
Based on votes of conference delegates, the People’s Choice Poster Award was given to the poster:
An Indigenous Culturally Responsive Crime Prevention Program in British Columbia: Exploring the challenges, opportunities, and other key lessons learned by: Monique Auger, Kim van der Woerd, Samantha Tsuruda, Billie Joe Rogers, Cassidy Caron of Reciprocal Consulting of Vancouver.
The $250 Prize, provided by TD Insurance, was presented by Patricia King, President of the CES NL Chapter.