New Western Hub connects funders, grantees, and academics

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) at the University of Regina has received $80,300 from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) ...

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JSGS Digital Epidemiology and Population Health Lab is Funding Cutting Edge Active Living Research

The Digital Epidemiology and Population Health Lab (DEPtH) at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the Universities of Regina and Saskatchewan is seeking competi...

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New Director appointed at the Centre for the Study of Co-operatives

The Centre for the Study of Co-operatives and the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Marc-André Pigeon as the ne...

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Investing in Internships with Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Since 2010, federal government departments and agencies have enjoyed a beneficial working relationship with the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS). Western Eco...

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Saskatchewan's Failing Report Card on Child Care

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has released a report identifying Saskatchewan as the province with the lowest ranking for overall quality and rates of access to regula...

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JSGS student receives Indigenous Student Achievement Award for exemplary leadership

As a northern Métis man from Cumberland House, John Desjarlais is working towards finding solutions that address the challenges and opportunities faced by his community and the gre...

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Championing public health and access to care

Dr. Keith Da Silva wants to develop a better understanding of barriers to accessing dental care by identifying how coverage programs are established and how they are funded. To fin...

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Martin Boucher joins JSGS USask campus as a new faculty lecturer

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Boucher to a faculty lecturer position at its University of Saskatchewan (USas...

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Patient-oriented research receives $500,000 boost

A significant number of people in the province are impacted by alcohol misuse and sleep problems, while the physical, mental, and emotional health of young people is a matter of gr...

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IPHRC and SCPOR launch first-of-its-kind training for health researchers engaging with Indigenous communities

The Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre (IPHRC) is teaming up with the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR) to offer free, monthly training modules for ...

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U of R student receives Vanier Scholarship to explore the media's role in reconciliation in Canada

Merelda Fiddler-Potter, a University of Regina doctoral student in the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS), has been awarded a prestigious Vanier Canada Graduat...

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JSGS welcomes two new faculty lecturers to its USask campus

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is pleased to announce the two-year appointments of Dr. Yang Yang (Ph.D.) and Dr. Christopher Gunter (Ph.D.) as faculty lecture...

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New director appointed to science and innovation policy centre

Dr. Jeremy Rayner (Ph.D.), an expert in global forest governance and environmental policy, has been selected to serve as the new director for the Johnson Shoyama Centre for the Stu...

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New and renewed CRC appointments in Climate Change and Regional Innovation announced in the Johnson Shoyama policy school

Dr. Margot Hurlbert (PhD), professor in the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) and a Fedoruk Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Polic...

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Policy researchers among those awarded $1.3 million in USask research grants from SSHRC

Haizhen Mou of the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School is evaluating whether fiscal rules work the way they are intended in the Canadian provinces.

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JSGS Students Compete in 2019 Internal Case Competition

Congratulations to all 32 students who competed this past weekend.

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Congratulations to Doug Moen and David Zussman, recipients of the 2018 and 2017 Vanier Medal

First presented in 1962, The Institute of Public Administration awards the Vanier Medal as a mark of distinction and exceptional achievement to a person who has shown distinctive l...

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JSGS alumni and students recognized at the 2019 IPAC Saskatchewan's Annual Awards Banquet

Congratulations to JSGS alumni and students and IPAC award recipients Iryna Soloduk, Yessica Ascensio, Sulaiman Jalloh, Amanda Noubarian, and Nataliia Karpiak.

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From government to graduate school

Leaving a steady and rewarding career in government for graduate school at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) was a difficult choice, but it is one decision that Privilege (Pri...

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Rebranded co-operatives centre focused on future

More than 50 co-op practitioners and researchers gathered on October 16 during Co-op Week to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the newly rebranded Canadian Centre for the Study of ...

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The Honourable Wayne Wouters awards JSGS student, Larissa Shasko, with a scholarship in his name

Larissa Shasko is the 2018 and 2019 recipient of the Wayne Wouters Scholarship.

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USask graduate students examine Indigenous, non-Indigenous relations in new documentary play

Graduate students Yvette Nolan (JSGS) and Joel Bernbaum (Interdisciplinary Studies) have created a new documentary play that sets the stage for honest dialogue about relationships ...

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