CPSA Poster Prize
This prize is awarded annually at the CPSA Annual Conference by the Programme Committee in charge of its organization.
Deadline: November 7, 2022
A poster proposal must include:
- the title of the poster;
- a 250-word abstract.
These presentations are an excellent way to disseminate work in a visual, rather than completely textual way. Posters are welcomed from any CPSA member wishing to present material in this format at the conference.
Full information about this competition can be found in the POSTERS Terms of Reference [ download pdf ↓ ] .
Prizes are awarded to the winner and first and second runners up.
Sarah Munoz: Fighting Climate Change with ‘Oil Culture’: The Contradictions of Environmental Policy in Louisiana (USA)
Amelia Boughn identified a clear gap in the literature and put forth a clear rational as to why political scientists. . .
Seven’s a Crowd, Eight’s a Party; the Transition from Caucus Colleague to Independent Member . . .
Officer or Servant? The Independence of Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Past and Present . . .
Building the Party Franchise: Grassroots Collaboration and the Conservative Party of Canada . . .
Private Delivery of Public Social Policy in Canada’s Most Socially Conservative Province . . .