Dr. Henry New Scholar Award

Dr. Robert Henry Receives New Scholar Award

SK-NEIHR Nominated Principal Investigator, Dr. Robert Henry (Métis, citizen of Metis Nation-Saskatchewan), was recently recognized for outstanding research and scholarly contributions, receiving the New Scholar Award. Dr. Robert (Bobby) Henry (BEd’04, MEd’09, PhD’15) is a Métis researcher and associate professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Henry is globally recognized for his research endeavors aimed at enhancing public comprehension of Indigenous gangs, Indigenous masculinities, strategies for aiding Indigenous youth, and the intricate web of social determinants influencing health. His work delves into diverse realms such as physical culture, community health, mental well-being, and overall societal welfare.

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First Nations and Métis Research Engagement Day September 28, 2023

This September 28, the Saskatchewan NEIHR is hosting a First Nations and Métis Research Engagement Day at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, outside Saskatoon. Researchers, graduate students and community partners will be sharing Métis and First Nations health research projects supported by and affiliated with the Saskatchewan NEIHR. Let’s gather together to learn, share, and expand our horizons.   

Registration is free and lunch will be provided. The program will be from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, and the agenda will be shared on this page as it is confirmed.

See below to register or to contact us for more information.