Although the award is available each year, the Nomination and Awards Committee reserves the right to withhold bestowal of the award.
One (1) .pdf electronic document of the completed Albert S. Barber Award Nomination Form (2012/13) (.doc) and supporting materials must be received at firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time on Friday, June 28, 2013. (The 2012/13 nomination form and deadline date for 2012/13 awards to be announced).
WALL OF FAME
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
The Albert S. Barber Award is presented in recognition of outstanding contributions made to the philosophy and practice of co-operative education in Canada. This award is sponsored by the University of Waterloo and Peggy Jarvie is here to present the award.
I have had the privilege to work closely with Anil Raheja.
Anil has been involved with co-operative education for the past 15 years in Canada and has contributed to the advancement of co-operative education at the local, national, and international level.
Some of his noteworthy contributions during this time included doubling the number of engineering placements at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), expanding the reach of MUN Co-op outside of the province of Newfoundland nationally and internationally. He served on multiple committees to promote and expand co-operative education, including as Co-chair for the Co-op Community at MUN.
Nationally, Anil assuming the leadership role as President-elect, President, and Past President of the CAFCE Board from 2008-2010, leading a number of important initiatives including improving financial stability of the association, increasing the transparency and reach of the board, re-introducing employer representatives and creating a membership partnership with WACE.
Anil served on several committees at the national level, including chairing the Bylaws Committee and the Nomination and Awards Committee.
Anil is a passionate supporter and promoter of co-operative education. He devotes his energy, talents and full commitment to the advancement of co-operative education.
In recognition of his past outstanding contributions to CAFCE, we would like to present the Albert S. Barber Award with our thanks for his dedication to the advancement of co-operative education to Anil Raheja.
Presented at the CAFCE 2012 Conference, Whistler, BC on Monday, July 30, 2012
Kelly Mahoney, Chair, CAFCE Nominations and Awards Committee (2011/12)
2011: Lisa Whalen, Georgian College
2008: Carmen Poulin, University of Ottawa
2006: Sonya Horsburgh, Mount Saint Vincent University
2005: Nancy Johnston, Simon Fraser University
2004: Joanne Thomas, University of Victoria
2003: Natalie Nossal, McMaster University
2002: Shani Pearson, Mount Saint Vincent University
2001: Peter Lapointe, SIAST Palliser Campus
2000: Karen McCargar, Wilfrid Laurier University
1999: Nancy Chiang, University of Waterloo
1998: John Fiset, Concordia University
1998: Michelle Strenkowski, Vancouver Community College
1997: Andrew Crichton, Memorial University of Newfoundland
1996: Graham Branton, University of Victoria
1995: Russ Winslade, Okanagan College
1994: Stuart Koch, Seneca College
1993: Peter Young, Memorial University
1992: Gordon Lancaster, Fanshawe College
1991: James C. Wilson, University of Waterloo
1990: Richard Pullin, University of Waterloo
1989: Gordon Partridge, Mohawk College
1988: Martin Hendy, British Columbia Institute of Technology
1987: Bernie Ladoucier, Sir Sandford Fleming College
1986: Bruce McCallum, University of Guelph
1985: Roy Sadler, IBM
1984: Raymond Wieser, University of Waterloo
1983: Gilles Joncas, University of Sherbrooke