A total of seven doctoral students received funding, including:
Gabriela Corabian in psychology who is looking at the challenges of reintegrating convicted sex offenders into society after serving their sentences; Cheryl Troupe in history who is exploring the role of Métis women in keeping their families fed during their long exile as the "road allowance people," bereft of land and opportunities; and Travis Reynolds in the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy who is examining accountability, behaviour and trust in the public sector.
Nineteen master's students also received scholarships of $17,500 each.
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University of Saskatchewan