Congratulations to our Kausattumi Grants Scholarship/Seed Grant Recipients

2019

Atlantic IMN Graduate Scholarship Awards

Jocelyn Paul

Masters of Science in Psychiatry Research (Yr 2)

Dalhousie University

Mi'kmaq

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

Leah Carrier

Nursing PhD Program (Yr 1)

Dalhousie University

Niitsítapi (Blackfoot)

Project title: The impact of cultural connectedness on mental wellness in Indigenous children and youth

 

  

 

 

     Amy Hudson

     Interdisciplinary PhD Program (Yr 4)

     Memorial University – Grenfell Campus

     Inuit

     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

 

 

 

                  Erica Hurley

                  Nursing PhD Program (Yr 2)

                  University of Alberta

                  Mi'kmaq

                  Project title: Nkamulamun (My Heart): A community based participatory research study                      to develop heart wellness interventions for Mi’kmaq women. 

 

 

 

Danielle Root

Education PhD Program (Yr 1)

Mount Saint Vincent University

Mi'gmaq

Project title: Exploring Mi’kmaw child rearing practices and caregivers meaning of fostering healthy connections between children and their families in Mi’kma’ki.

 

 

Tara White

Health PhD Program (Yr 1)

Dalhousie University

Mi'kmaq

Project title: The experiences of Indigenous health care professionals in 3 health professions in Canada

Atlantic IMN Seed Grant Award

Dr. Julie Bull

Research Consultant and Early Career Researcher, NunatuKavut Community Council

Southern Inuit, NunatuKavut

Research project titled: Growing the Naalak Network

2018

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

Inuit

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

​Mi'kmaq

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

          Ojibway

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

Atlantic IMN Graduate Scholarship Awards

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