In 2017, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Association for Translation Studies and to recognize the growing role played by students in CATS activities, we announced the inauguration of the a new annual event: The Young Researchers Keynote Lecture. At the general assembly, it was agreed that the event would become annual and would be known as the Judith Woodsworth Lecture.
Each year, a student will be chosen by a CATS jury to give a 40-minute paper, followed by a 20-minute question period during the annual CATS conference. A $500 grant will be given to the speaker to help offset the cost of attending the conference.
For more information, please see the call for papers.