Congratulations to our 2018 Kausattumi Grants Scholarship/Seed Grant Recipients

Atlantic IMN Graduate Scholarship Awards

     Dr. Julie Bull

     Interdisciplinary PhD Program (Yr 4)

     University of New Brunswick

     Southern Inuit, Nunatukavut

     Project title: Research is relational and reflexive: Peoples, policies, and priorities         at play in ethically

Amy Hudson

Interdisciplinary PhD Program (Yr 3)

Memorial University – Grenfell Campus


Project title: How reclaiming Inuit knowledge can create opportunities for a self-determined future amongst Inuit: Privileging Inuit governance and planning for sustainability in NunatuKavut

Jocelyn Paul

Masters of Science in Psychiatry Research (Yr 1)

Dalhousie University


Project title: Exploring the links between community engagement and belonging, substance use, psychological distress, and racism among Mi'kmaq youth living on-reserve in Canada

          Dr. Amy Bombay

          Early Career Researcher, Dalhousie University


          Seed grant award to undertake a research project entitled Creating Ethical                    Space for First Nations led Biological Health Research

Atlantic IMN Seed Grant Awards

In January 2020, we will be posting a summary report written by each of the above recipients' relating to their research undertaken throughout the past year, outcomes, knowledge-sharing activities, and future plans. 

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