Scholarships

In 2015 Sask Wheat confirmed it will help ensure the future of agricultural research and profitable production of wheat in Saskatchewan by offering undergraduate and graduate scholarships to agriculture students at the University of Saskatchewan.

Undergraduate scholarships: Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission Essay Award

Purpose:

  • To recognize continuing students enrolled in any College of Agriculture and Bioresources undergraduate degree program, specializing in an area of study that could have an impact on the wheat industry
  • To encourage interest in agriculture and agricultural research

Eligibility:

  • Scholarships are open to continuing students in any degree program at the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, who are specializing in an area of study that could have an impact on the wheat industry. 

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Graduate scholarships: Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission Graduate Scholarships

Purpose:

  • To attract and retain graduate students at the College of Agriculture and Bioresources who plan to conduct research with social or scientific relevance to a sustainable and profitable western Canadian wheat sector

Eligibility:

  • Scholarships are open to full-time Masters and PhD students who are conducting research with social or scientific relevance to a sustainable and profitable western Canadian wheat sector, as determined by the Award Committee.
  • The Award Committee will give preference to new, first year students undertaking relevant graduate level projects. Continuing students may also be considered for this award.

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  • Latest Research

    Development of physiological markers for high throughput field screening of drought tolerant wheat lines

    This project links biochemistry and physiology to whole plant phenotyping by identifying key biochemical markers for greater drought stress resistance in wheat, which will enable breeders to target specific responses and accelerate the selection of more drought adapted wheat varieties.

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