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MA Candidate Receives PCUH Scholarship

The Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage offers scholarships in support of University of Saskatchewan graduate students at the MA level, who are working on Ukraine, Ukrainian-Canadian or other subjects relevant to the Ukrainian experience. MA Scholarships in the amount of $1500 are provided in direct support of the thesis-writing phase for students registered with the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Graduate Studies and enrolled in a graduate degree program. In 2015-16, Mitch Dowie, an MA candidate in the Department of Political Studies, was awarded a scholarship for his thesis proposal “Agency and Moral Clarity: Stephen Harper’s post-Maidan Ukraine Policy.” The expected date of completion is Fall 2017.

PCUH Scholarship Recipient, Mitchell Dowie

PCUH Scholarship Recipient, Mitchell Dowie

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