The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is pleased to welcome Jerome Konecsni, former president and CEO of Innovation Saskatchewan, as an executive-in-residence effective February 27, 2017.
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS), a joint venture between the universities of Regina and Saskatchewan, has launched a new research centre aimed at increasing understanding about the policy and governance dimensions of science and innovation policy.
The JSGS is pleased to announce the addition of Elizabeth Schwartz as an assistant professor in the area of decision making
First comprehensive assessment of physical activity and sedentary behaviour among India’s young population.
Two former Saskatchewan public servants have been announced as the new Executives-in-Residence for the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
A new workshop from Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy gives historical context to the current relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
From Treaty Peoples to Treaty Nation: A Road Map for All Canadians makes 18th annual Donner Prize shortlist
From Treaty Peoples to Treaty Nation: A Road Map for All Canadians, one of five books selected to the Donner Prize shortlist from 86 submissions.
Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy Ph.D. student Rhiannon Klein represented the School at the 2016 Model Arctic Council at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and was named one of the top three performers in the Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) on the Improving Health in Arctic Communities through Safe and Affordable Access to Household Running Water and Sewer: Water, Sanitation, and Health (WASH) project.
Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) Alum, Nicole Callihoo (’14) gifted $10,000 to the School to create the “All My Relations Award” for students enrolled in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program.
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS), the Centre for the Study of Co-operatives (CSC), and the Co-operative Retailing System (CRS) Chair in Co-operative Governance are pleased to announce a major new scholarship in co-operative governance.
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) recently unveiled a new logo and brand identity that prominently recognizes the School’s namesakes, clarifies the School’s campuses and better aligns with the legacy of Albert Johnson and Thomas Shoyama, modernizers of government.
The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation will invest $2-million to support research at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) at the University of Regina (U of R) and the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
At a ceremony held at Government House in Regina on October 14, the Saskatchewan Regional Group of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) presented academic awards to the following students from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
Research conducted by JSGS Professor Emerita Rose Olfert and colleagues will be featured in a national report on the state of rural Canada released today.
JSGS professors and student awarded the J.E. Hodgetts Award by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada
Michael Atkinson and Murray Fulton, along with Master of Public Policy student Boa Kim, were awarded the prestigious J.E. Hodgetts Award during the Celebration of Excellence.
The JSGS is pleased to announce the appointment of former executive assistant to the deputy minister to the premier of Saskatchewan, Giselle Marcotte, as the incoming director of the school’s Outreach and Training unit.
Prayers, music, inspirational speakers and a feast marked a special graduation ceremony at the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council, July 28, 2015.
The JSGS is pleased to appoint Justin Longo as the Cisco Systems Research Chair in Big Data and Open Government, and Tarun Katapally as an assistant professor in health administration.
Internationally known researcher Murray Fulton has been appointed to the Co-operative Retailing System Chair in Co-operative Governance.
Two doctoral students, Olena Kapral and Danette Starblanket, from the Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy have been awarded scholarships of $20,000 each.
When top diplomats from the nations of the Arctic Council meet to discuss issues during the next two years, they will draw on research by University of Saskatchewan associate professor Greg Poelzer.
The University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan have appointed Kathy McNutt as the new executive director of the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy.
Comparative policy studies compare and contrast public policy making across sectoral, regional and national boundaries. That being said, scholars often face a number of methodological challenges when comparing public policies, the central challenge being to define the object of comparison.