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BEST STUDENT PAPER PRIZE

A prize for the best student paper presented at our Conference is awarded thanks to Multilingual Matters

 

BEST STUDENT PAPER PRIZE 2016

The Prize for the best student paper at the Tenth International Conference on L3 Acquisition and Multilingualism in Vienna (2016) with the title "To speak or not to speak - the use of Polish by adolescents and parents with immigrant background in the Norwegian school context " was awarded to Maria Antonina Obojska, University of Oslo, Norway.


BEST STUDENT PAPER PRIZE IN PREVIOUS CONFERENCES

The Prize for the best student paper at the Ninth International Conference on L3 Acquisition and Multilingualism in Uppsala (2014) with the title "The acquisition of Italian clitic pronouns in infinitival clauses by young adult German-speaking learners of Italian as an additional language (L4) at a threshold level of proficiency (incoming B1)" was awarded to Sandro Sciutti, Universita per Stranieri di Perugia, Italy.

The Prize for the best student paper at the Eighth International Conference on L3 Acquisition and Multilingualism in Castelló (2012) with the title "Intervention for a lexical spelling difficulty in a trilingual child" was awarded to Georgia Z. Niolaki und Jackie Masterson, both Institute of Education, London.

The Prize for the best student paper at the Seventh International Conference on L3 Acquisition and Multilingualism in Warsaw (2011) with the title "Trilingual Lexical Processing in Online Translation Tasks. The Influence of Conference Interpreting Experience" was awarded to
Maria Tymczyñska, Department of Translation Studies, School of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznañ.

The Prize for the best student paper
 at the Fifth International Conference on L3 Acquisition and Multilingualism in Stirling (2007) was awarded to 
Agnieszka Kujalovicz, Adam Mickievicz University, Poznan, Poland. 

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