Best Student Conference Paper
Best student NZES Conference Paper
The society makes an annual award to the student who is judged to have presented the best oral paper at the Society’s annual conference. The award comprises:
• One year’s free membership of the society
• A certificate
• A prize of NZ$750
A second place award may also be presented for NZ$400
All papers (including joint papers) presented solely by students at the main conference are eligible for consideration.
Note: this award does not consider papers presented at the student session of the conference or papers presented by individuals who have been graduates for more than twelve months.
Past Recipients: Best Student Conference Paper
Liz Slooten, University of Canterbury.
Stephen Dawson, University of Canterbury.
Mel van Aalst, Auckland University.
Fran Hyland, Victoria University, Wellington.
Chris Lusk, Auckland University.
|1992||Janet Wilmshurst, University of Canterbury.|
Eric Edwards Otago University, Dunedin.
David Forsyth Lincoln University, Canterbury.
|1996||Shona Lamoureaux, University of Canterbury.|
|1997||Lynette Hartley, Waikato University, Hamilton.|
Alison Evans Lincoln University, Canterbury.
Nick Bond, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Paula Peters, Monash University, Australia
Deborah Wilson, University of British Colombia, Canada.
Souzi McGill, Lincoln University, Canterbury
|2000||Wade Tozer, Waikato University|
Yanbin Deng, University of Auckland.
Angela Moles, Macquarie University, Australia
|2002||Yanbin Deng, University of Auckland.|
|2003||Harshi Gamage, Victoria University.|
|2004||Priscilla McAllum, University of Waikato.|
|2005||Michelle Greenwood, University of Canterbury.|
|2007||Susan Cunningham, Massey University.|
Ben Barr, Massey University, Auckland
Second place: Dylan Van Winkel Massey University, Auckland
Josie Galbraith, University of Auckland
Highly commended: Helen Nathan, University of Auckland
Catherine Bryan, University of Waikato
Highly commended: Fiona Clarkson, University of Waikato
Belinda Whyte, Lincoln University
Highly commended: Christine Sheppard, University of Auckland