With the outstanding content at our last conference, two presentations tied for the 2021 CIRPA Best Presentation honour. Congratulations to Annay Slabikowska and Craig Thompson (University of British Columbia) who won for their presentation “A Collaborative Approach to Understanding Enrolment Patterns: The Student Flows Project” and to Stephanie McKeown (also from the University of British Columbia) who won for her presentation “Rethinking Student Evaluations of Teaching from the Student Perspective.” 

The Board thanks the Best Presentation Award Committee for their work carefully reviewing all of the sessions at the 2021 virtual conference and combining it with your feedback on the session evaluations and post-conference survey to determine our well-deserving winners.

As part of the award, winners also present their sessions at the Association for Institutional Research’s Annual Forum, this year in Phoenix, Arizona, from June 6-9, 2022. Stephanie will be presenting at the AIR Forum on Wednesday June 8 at 10:45am. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Board has agreed with Annay and Craig’s request not to attend the AIR Forum, but they will share their presentation as an upcoming CIRPA webinar.