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Best Refereed Paper Award

The WACE Best Refereed Paper Award was created to recognize an outstanding CWIE researcher. The Award becomes a part of WACE’s commitment to CWIE research in concert with the WACE International Research Group and the WACE International Research Symposia.

The Award is presented to the researcher whose work provides evidence of the power of CWIE on an academic discipline, industry or students.

The Award was first given at the 1st International Research Symposium at University West June 2014.

The list of winners, the titles of their papers and the WACE programs where presented are:

WACE World Conference 2023

Waterloo, Canada

Antoine Pennaforte

Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers – CNAM

Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire en Sciences de l’Action – LIRSA

"Neuro-typical inclusion through Work-integrated Learning: How to manage neuro-typical individuals through WIL for an inclusive future of work?"

WACE 4th International Research Symposium 2022

Kanazawa, Japan (Hybrid)

Shabnam  Surjitsingh Ivković

University of Waterloo

Norah McRae

University of Waterloo

"Value and Impact of an Internship Activity to Increase Awareness of and Engagement with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals"

WACE 21st World Conference 2019
Cincinnati, Ohio

Dr. Sue Bandaranaike
James Cook University

Ms. Nicole Tardiff
Laurentian University

Dr. Patricia Orozco
Laurentian University

“Preparing for the Future Global Workforce in the Mining Industry: A Career Pathways Mapping Project”

WACE 3rd International Research Symposium 2018
Stuttgart, Germany

Dr. Buratin Khampirat
Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand

Mr. Carver Pop
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Dr. Suniti (Sue) Bandaranaike
James Cook University, Australia

“Efficacy of Work Integrated Learning: Pre and Post Perceptions among Co-operative Education Students”

20th World Conference 2017
Chiang Mai, Thailand

Asst. Prof. Dr. Buratin Khampirat
Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand

Mr. Carva Pop
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

“Labour Market Needs and Graduate Competence: An Examine of the Gap between Employer Expectations and New Engineering Graduate Performance in Thailand”

WACE 2nd International Research Symposium 2016
University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada

Dr. Tracey Bowen
University of Toronto, Mississauga Canada

“Becoming a professional: A comparative analysis between Canadian and Swedish WIL student perspectives”

WACE 19th World Conference 2015
Kyoto Sangyo University, Kyoto, Japan

Dr. Gregory Reddan
Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus Australia

“Enhancing the employability of Exercise Science students”

International Research Symposium 2014
University West Trollhattan, Sweden

Dr. Phil Gardner
Michigan State University United States

“The Role of Social Network Ties and Relationships during the Internship Assignment: Shaping Social Integration, Task Mastery and Satisfaction”

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