Congratulations to the KPE recipients of 2021 CGS-M Awards!


Published: 14May2021

Congratulations to our Master's students for being awarded the prestigious Canada Graduate Scholarship this year!

The CGS-M Awards Program supports students in all research disciplines and is administered jointly by Canada’s three federal granting agencies: the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).  The CGS-M program recognizes students who display high achievement in their studies.

CGS-M Recipients 2021-22


A person wearing glasses Daniella Solomon

Canada Graduate Scholarship (SSHRC) – Master’s Program
“Sport and Indigenous Resurgence: A case study of the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Club”.
Supervisor: Dr. Jordan Koch


Person with glasses and a red shirtFreddie Seo

Canada Graduate Scholarship (CIHR) – Master’s Program 
Title: “Intermittent theta burst stimulation to preserve muscle strength during limb immobilization”.
Supervisor: Dr. Tyler Churchward-Venne


A person wearing a blue shirtJulien Clouette

Canada Graduate Scholarship (CIHR) – Master’s Program
Title: “The Effects of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Performance, Fatigue, and Pain".
Supervisor: Dr. Caroline Paquette


A person wearing a turtle neck and black blazerSaad Razzaq

Canada Graduate Scholarship (CIHR) – Master’s Program
Title: “Components of the COPD Assessment Test associated with cardiopulmonary exercise test outcomes in the Canadian Cohort of Obstructive Lung Disease (CanCOLD) study”.
Supervisor: Dr. Dennis Jensen


A person with glasses Samuel Lamanuzzi

Canada Graduate Scholarship (NSERC) – Master’s Program
Title: “The Sex-Specific Effects of Alternating Computer Work Postures in Young Adults”.
Supervisor: Dr. Julie Coté


A person wearing a light blue dressVanessa Da Fonte

Canada Graduate Scholarship (SSHRC) – Master’s Program
Title: “Early-Career Physical Education Teacher Socialization: Negotiating the Tensions and Realities of Teaching for Social Justice”.
Supervisor: Dr. Lee Schaefer


A person sporting a light jacketZacharie Cheng-Boivin

Canada Graduate Scholarship (CIHR) – Master’s Program
Title: “The Effect of Gut Microbiota Metabolites on Histone Acetylation and Gene Expression in Normal Muscle and During Rhabdomyolysis”.
Supervisor: Dr. Benoit Gentil



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