JSGS welcomes Dr. Murray Fulton as Director of its U of S campus

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Murray Fulton as Director, U of S Campus, effective January 1, 2018 - July 30, 20...

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JSGS professor and CRC, Ken Coates, named Distinguished Fellow with APF Canada

The Asia Pacific Foundation (APF) of Canada has named 21 individuals from across Canada as Distinguished Fellows.

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JSGS Assistant Professor awarded $56K for women's health research

Alana Cattapan, an assistant professor in the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy campus at the University of Saskatchewan has been awarded a New Investigator Grant by...

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JSGS students head to national competition

Four JSGS students are getting ready to compete against teams from 13 policy and public administration schools across Canada.

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JSGS student travels to Japan for two-week global leaders program

When Shawn Robinson started his Master of Public Policy degree back in 2015, he knew it would take him places…he just never imagined that would include Kyoto, Japan.

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Dan Florizone, former President and CEO of the Saskatoon Health Region, joins policy school as Executive-in Residence

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dan Florizone as an Executive-in-Residence, effective immediately for a one-ye...

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JSGS places third at the National Public Administration Case Competition

Students from across Canada convened in Vancouver this past weekend to compete in the 2018 National Public Administration Case Competition (NAPCC).

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'We can write it better': Theatre has role to play in reconciliation, says director

Theatre is “the perfect place” to explore relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, says an internationally acclaimed playwright, dramaturge and director.

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Northern communities building expertise in research, development

Three northern Métis and First Nations communities are partnering with researchers from the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) at the University of Saskatchewa...

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Yvonne Boyer, JSGS Adjunct Professor and IPHRC Research Affiliate, appointed to Senate

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has selected Métis lawyer and scholar Yvonne Boyer as the first Indigenous person appointed to Senate from Ontario, bringing the total number of Indig...

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JSGS assistant professor publishes e-case with lessons for instilling a data culture within public organizations

JSGS assistant professor, Cheryl Camillo, was one of four scholars awarded funding through the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs’ Hubert Project to develo...

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JSGS GENI students gain valuable insight on northern community development

Through an innovative and collaborate graduate program with the UiT Arctic University of Norway, students in the Johnson Shoyama joint Master of Governance and Entrepreneurship in ...

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Policy Research Poster Competition Winner Announced

National Pharmacare, active living mobile platforms, and employee engagement in the public sector, were just some of the topics Johnson Shoyama students explored during this year’s...

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Canadian Blood Services funds JSGS-led research to investigate harmonization and reform of legislation on the sale of blood and tissue

Alana Cattapan, assistant professor in the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has been awarded the Canadian Blood Se...

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Saskatchewan policy school appoints new Executive-in-Residence at its University of Saskatchewan campus

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Neal Kewistep as an Executive-in-Residence, effective June 1 for a one-year te...

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A new chapter: MPA graduates reflecting on their JSGS experience

This June, 86 Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) students will receive their degrees and join over 800 alumni around the world.

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2018 Spring Convocation Q&A: Bethany Penn

Bethany Penn is a motivated individual who thrives when faced with new challenges. After attending an information session about the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy...

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2018 Spring Convocation Q&A: Ly Pham

Ly Pham has always been interested in a career that would allow her to work towards building better communities. Drawing from her background in sociology, she knew that a Master of...

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2018 Spring Convocation Q&A: Nadiya Miftakhova

Nadiya Miftakhova came to Canada from Ukraine. She has known herself to have strong leadership qualities. She was looking to put those skills to use in a career that is both challe...

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2018 Spring Convocation Q&A: Shawnakay Sterling-Daley

Shawnakay Sterling-Daley moved to Canada from Jamaica, bringing with her an undergraduate degree in management studies and a desire to see positive changes across government. Many ...

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JSGS graduates improving northern governance and development

From Northern Saskatchewan to Northern Europe, three students in the Master of Northern Governance and Development (MNGD) program have gained valuable best lessons, models and prac...

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JSGS Ph.D. graduate awarded a University of Saskatchewan Graduate Thesis Award

Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) Ph.D. in Public Policy graduate, Jennifer Budney, has received the University of Saskatchewan Graduate Thesis Award in the S...

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JSGS expert among those from U of S weighing in on cannabis legalization

As Canada prepares to become one of the few countries in the world to legalize recreational cannabis use, the question remains: Are we ready?

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Prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellow joins University of Regina research community

A researcher whose project focuses on working with Indigenous communities to learn how to best mitigate the negative impact that pipeline leaks have on their communities has joined...

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JSGS welcomes assistant professor, Marc-André Pigeon, to its U of S campus

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc-André Pigeon as an Assistant Professor in the area of co-operatives and p...

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JSGS student returns from studying at the Arctic University of Norway

Through an innovative and unique partnership between the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) and the Arctic University of Norway (UiT), Master of Governance and...

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Saving the lives of life savers: JSGS student examines paramedics' need for mental health support

Suicide and mental illness among Canadian first responders represents a major health issue, with about 250, including 63 paramedics, having taken their own lives since 2014 (The Te...

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JSGS student awarded Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship for social policy research

Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) student, Jade Anderson, was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship (QEII) of $20,000 to assist in her future research on...

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Location, Location, Location!

With a new academic year in full swing, the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) University of Regina (U of R) campus is settling into their new home on the revi...

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GENI program a wish come true for Landrie-Parker

Dazawray Landrie-Parker joined the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) two years ago, hoping to develop a better understanding of policy issues in northern and ...

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Budgeting for efficiency in Canada’s education sector

What began in 2013 as a casual conversation between faculty members and executives-in-residence at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) has resulted in resea...

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Research led by JSGS professor promotes global exchange of knowledge for active living policy development

The India Report Card is part of an international endeavor of researchers from across 49 countries in six continents, called the Global Matrix 3.0.

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New report explores whether 3D printing can revolutionize construction in Northern communities

A new report is recommending 3D-printed housing be tested in Northern communities as a potential solution in addressing housing problems in Northern and Indigenous communities.

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