Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship Recipients Announced
The Government of Saskatchewan, the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan have chosen the 2018 recipients of the Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship and the Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship. Each $20,000 scholarship is awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence to students who are pursuing graduate or post-graduate studies at any accredited university in Saskatchewan.
The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is awarded to Jade Anderson. Anderson is pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy at the University of Regina, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. The theme of her research is: Medical Assisted Dying in Saskatchewan: A Consideration of Accessibility, Charter Rights, and Autonomy.
The Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship is awarded to Ian Newman. Newman is pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy at the University of Saskatchewan, Department of Psychology (Cognition and Neuroscience). The theme of his research is: Meta-Reasoning: Actual and Misleading Cues Influencing Judgements of Problem Solvability.
“Congratulations to this year’s scholarship recipients,” Advanced Education Minister Tina Beaudry-Mellor said. “The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarships help Saskatchewan’s graduate students conduct research that benefits our universities, our communities and our province.”
The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is awarded to a graduate or post-graduate student studying Saskatchewan politics or government at a Saskatchewan university. The Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship is awarded to a First Nations/Métis student pursuing graduate or post-graduate studies in any field at a university in Saskatchewan.
To learn more about the scholarships, contact the Ministry of Advanced Education Student Service Centre at 1-800-597-8278 or visit www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/education-and-learning/scholarships-bursaries-grants/scholarships.