This is just the second time the award has been made. The judging panel members were very impressed by the range and quality of entries. Jacky Rattue’s winning entry on her Masters research into student perceptions of artificial intelligence was described as follows:
… the literature review was extensive and broad, and the author had picked a topic that is hugely significant and one that career practitioners need to be more aware of
…the author provided some good practical implications for practitioners
…the topic is spot on in terms of relevance to career professionals right now and the work was extraordinarily well researched from a literature point of view
The winning entry can be accessed here.
The judging panel congratulates all the entrants for their superb work, and in particular Emily Roisin Reid’s entry reflecting upon Bill Law’s community interaction theory was highly commended.