Results of the Fourth Annual Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition
on the Future of the Public Service of Canada
The Grand Prize winner of the Fourth Annual National Student Paper Competition is Hope Caldi, for her paper, “Offering a Warmer, Wiser Welcome: Recommendations for Reforming Canada’s Immigration Loan Program”.
The Public Choice Award winners of the Fourth Annual Competition are Sarah Evershed and Sadie Harrison, for their paper, “Access Denied: Leveraging Existing Federal Frameworks to Improve ATIP Performance”.
Top 5 (Finalists, announced January 17, 2017)
Congratulations to the Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition finalists!
|Name (not in ranked order)||Title of Paper||University|
|Robin Barcham||Implementing Change: A Transformational Leadership Framework Applied to the Canadian Public Service||Royal Roads University|
|Hope Caldi||Offering a Warmer, Wiser Welcome: Recommendations for Reforming Canada’s Immigration Loan Program||Simon Fraser University|
|Sarah Evershed and Sadie Harrison||Access Denied: Leveraging Existing Federal Frameworks to Improve ATIP Performance||Carleton University|
|Danny Holmes and Brandon Krauthaker||Getting to Empathy: Fostering Innovation and End-User Focus in the Canadian Public Service||Carleton University|
|Logan Stewart||Measuring the Impact of Recreational Marijuana: Potential Approaches and the Facilitation of Government Goals||Dalhousie University|