Results of the Institut du Savoir Montfort 2017-2018 Scholarship Competition

May 12, 2017

The Institut du Savoir Montfort is proud to announce its scholarship recipients for 2017-2018.

ISM Scholarship recipients 2017-2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture : From left to right, Oday Aswad, Judith Makana, Georden Jones. Catherine Pouliot, Cris-Carelle Kengneson

Summer scholarship

Duration: 13 weeks (May to August 2017) - Amount: $6,000

  • Recipient: Cris-Carelle Kengneson
    • Title of research project: Acculturation, linguistic status and nutritional health of black immigrant children of African and Caribbean descent living in Ottawa
    • Supervisor: Isabelle Giroux, Researcher – ISM – Professor – University of Ottawa

 

  • Recipient: Julien Pinsonneault
    • Title of research project: Sleep apnea and blood lipids
    • Supervisor: Pascal Imbeault, Researcher – ISM – Professor – University of Ottawa

 

Master’s scholarship

Duration: 12 months – Amount: 5,000$

  • Recipient: Catherine Pouliot
    • Title of research project: The effects of an 8-week aerobic exercise program on the diet and dietary behaviour of sedentary normal-weight or overweight adolescents
    • Supervisor: Isabelle Giroux, Researcher – ISM – Professor – University of Ottawa

              

  • Recipient: Judith Makana
    • Title of research project: The effects of bi-directional teaching on self-care among Francophone couples living in a minority language situation (FMLS) in the Ottawa region, with one partner suffering from cardiac insufficiency (CI): Case study
    • Supervisor: Viola Polomeno, Researcher – ISM – Professor – University of Ottawa

 

Doctoral scholarship

Duration: 12 months - Amount: $10,000

  • Recipient: Georden Jones
  • Title of the research project: Cancer-related fatigue: What are the needs of patients, healthcare professionals and community support organizations?  
    • Supervisor: Sophie Lebel, Researcher – ISM – Professor – University of Ottawa
       
  • Recipient: Oday Aswad
    • Developing an intentional modeling framework to design knowledge-intensive service activities: the case of multimorbidity health services at Hôpital Montfort l
    • Supervisor: Lysanne Lessard, Researcher – ISM – Professor – University of Ottawa