Master student Julien Doris won the Thought Leadership Award (Silver)

Posted on Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Julien Doris

Julien Doris, student from the Master degree in Public Administration from the School of Political Studies, won the Thought Leadership Award (Silver) for his presentation during the 70th annual Conference of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.Congratulations!

About The Award:The National Student and Thought Leadership Awards in Public Administration is a joint initiative of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) and the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA). The award recognizes and showcases the top talent emerging from Canadian programs each year. 

CAPPA members from across Canada solicit and judge entries (best paper, best professional report, or best graduating student) from their students and select a winner at the undergraduate or graduate levels. 

The winners from each program are invited to present their work at IPAC’s National Annual Conference in front of a panel of judges. Judges will select and rank the three best presentations for the Thought Leadership Awards. 

The Prizes are as follows:

  • $1000 for Gold
  • $500 for Silver 
  • $250 for Bronze
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