Student Awards

OTTIAQ AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

(formerly the “Mary-Coppin-OTTIAQ Award”)
  • The OTTIAQ Award for Excellence is awarded to a student graduating from a university whose translation program is recognized by the Order.
  • This award consists of a $500 reimbursement of all fees related to the mentorship program once it has been successfully completed.
Criteria:
  • Student with the highest grade point average, nominated by the university, and demonstrating interest in the award by writing a 400 to 500 word text on « Qu’attendez-vous du programme de mentorat? » (in French).
  • Universities must base their initial decision on grade point average. In the event of a tie, they must use criteria such as student motivation, involvement, and determination.

2017 OTTIAQ Awards for Excellence:

Laurent Aussant, Université du Québec en Outaouais Joëlle Fontaine-Gariépy, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Cristelle Gauthier, Université de Sherbrooke Simon Gingras-Duchesne, Université Concordia Stefi Jutras, Université de Montréal Cynthia Moreau-Maltais, Université Laval  

2016 OTTIAQ Awards for Excellence:

Jasmine Laurent, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Joëlle Lefrançois-Couturier, Université Concordia Antonie Pluk, Université de Sherbrooke Julie Candau, Université du Québec en Outaouais Ann-Ji Prud’homme, Université de Montréal Capucine Mercier, Université Laval  

THE OTTIAQ NEW TALENT AWARD

(combining the former “OTTIAQ-Concordia Award” and the “OTTIAQ-Outaouais Student Award”)
  • The OTTIAQ New Talent Award is given to a second year student at each university offering a translation program recognized by the Order.
  • This award consists of registration to attend OTTIAQ’s annual conference and a one-year student membership in OTTIAQ.
Criteria:
  • The student with the highest grade point average in his/her cohort after completing the first 45 credits of a recognized translation program, so long as the student is enrolled to continue the program.
  • Recipients are nominated by their respective universities. The universities will initially base their decision on the grade point averages of students having completed 45 credits. In the event of a tie, universities must use criteria such as student motivation, involvement, and determination.
 

2017 OTTIAQ New Talent Awards:

Sophie Boivin-Joannette, Université de Montréal Élianne Gauthier, Université du Québec en Outaouais Marie-Eve Landry, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Denise Latreille, Université de Sherbrooke Julie Ouellet-Courtois, Université Laval Emma Roy, Université Concordia  

2016 OTTIAQ New Talent Awards:

Audrey Vaillancourt, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Alexandra Carrière, Université Laval Florence Marcotte, Université Concordia Caroline Beaulieu, Université de Sherbrooke Mathieu Ivall, Université du Québec en Outaouais Gabriel Boulet, Université de Montréal        

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