Awards

CWEC Awards Two Prizes

Service Award

The CWEC Service Award is given to recognize an individual’s contribution to the status of women in the economics profession. Meritorious service can consist of (but is not limited to) exemplary service or achievement, professional mentoring, or research that advances understanding of women’s advancement in the economics profession. The CWEC Service Award will be given for the first time at the 2019 CEA meetings.

The 2019 nomination process has concluded. The next call for nominations will be announced here once the next round has commenced.

Nominations are open, and shall normally consist of a nomination letter, CV, and two or more supporting letters, with preferably at least one from a mentee. Please see more information about the award in the Terms of Reference.

Young Researcher Award

CWEC awards the CWEC Young Researcher Prize to a female junior economist in Canada judged by the selection committee to have the best research record. The Research Prize was established in 2010 by CWEN and is presented at the CWEC/CFÉC luncheon held during the annual CEA Meetings. The recipient receives $2000.

The 2019 nomination process has concluded. The next call for nominations will be announced here once the next round has commenced.

Nominations are open, and shall normally consist solely of the nominee’s curriculum vitae. However, a nominating letter from the candidate’s department chair or another senior mentor and/or a letter explaining any career interruptions will also be considered. Please see more information about the award in the Terms of Reference.

You can see who has won the prize in the past, and why they were awarded the prize, here.