IPCC named Co-laureate of the 2022 Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity

Joined by many international scholars, JSGS Professor and CRC Margot Hulbert was the only Canadian Coordinating Lead Author chosen to contribute to the UN’s Special Report of the I...

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City-USask projects target Métis history, clean runoff, green rental housing

In three new projects, University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are aiming to trace and reconcile Métis history in Saskatoon, prevent a toxic compound from entering the river...

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Policy school welcomes new faculty members

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School is pleased to announce the appointments of Dr. Akram Mahani and Merelda Fiddler-Potter, effective July 1, 2022.

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University of Regina researcher receives $2.5 million in humanities and social sciences research funding

A researcher from the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) at the University of Regina (U of R) has been granted a $2.5 million Partnership Grant from the federa...

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Saskatchewan policy school and FNUniv launch nation-building program to support Indigenous leaders in advancing priorities and needs of their communities

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) at the University of Regina (U of R) and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has partnered with the First Nations Uni...

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USask leads national team in creating the next generation of food and water security leaders

The newly funded Food-Water Nexus Education and Training (FWNET) program will foster a new wave of professionals primed to lead Canada through future agricultural and climate-relat...

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International Scholar on Gender Equality and Agricultural Co-operatives to Visit Saskatoon

The Canadian Centre for the Study of Co-operatives is excited to announce that internationally renowned scholar and award-winning author, Dr. Bina Agarwal, will be visiting Saskato...

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U of R-led research aims to strengthen public trust for regenerative medicine

Regrowing human skin and replacing damaged cells, tissues, and organs are techniques that no longer belong in the realm of science fiction. They are life-saving procedures known as...

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CDF Canada and the University of Saskatchewan to develop Climate-Smart Co-operative Projects

The Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada (CDF) and University of Saskatchewan (USask) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to serve as a foundation for future c...

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Re-envisioning child welfare

Jillian Senécal hopes her GENI research project will help bring traditional Indigenous family values to child welfare policy.

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Straight to the point

Graduate student Kwaku Ayisi took home first place at this year's Three Minute Thesis competition after presenting his thesis Decolonizing Child Welfare in just three minutes and u...

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Establishing connections through the QES-Advanced Scholars program

One researcher shares the experience she gained conducting research with Indigenous groups in Canada and Ecuador.

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Saskatchewan policy school places second at national competition

Students from the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy’s (JSGS) University of Saskatchewan (USask) and University of Regina (U of R) campuses placed second at the 2022 ...

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A New Journey

JSGS GENI student Victoria Gagne is applying her learning to help Indigenous and female entrepreneurs overcome barriers to business.

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Inaugural recipient of the Leo and Bruce Thordarson Social Economy and Co-operatives Award exhibits lifelong passion and commitment to the co-operative sector

Like the Thordarsons, Sarah Firby has shared a lifelong passion and commitment to the co-operative sector that began in her early youth.

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Interdisciplinary research team examining how technology can help improve delivery of home care

This article was originally published by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, as part of its 18th annual Santé Awards which aim to to celebrate top health scientists in the...

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JSGS students compete virtually in the 2021 internal case competition

Held on Friday, November 26, the JSGS internal case competition encouraged students to work together in a virtual format as they tested their knowledge and expertise.

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