• The LGCA is committed to supporting high-quality, innovative research linked to our regulatory mandate. We offer scholarships for graduate students who are conducting liquor, gambling or cannabis research at Manitoba universities.

Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to full-time graduate students at post-secondary institutions in Manitoba who are engaged in or about to embark on the research portion of their thesis or dissertation. Students may be from any discipline, provided that their research is related to the LGCA’s broad regulatory mandate.

Scholarships are valued at $5,000 for master’s students and $10,000 for doctoral students.

The 2019 application period open until November 1, 2019.

Click on the following links to access the:
 Scholarship Guidelines and Application Form
Poster: Scholarship for Cannabis, Gambling or Liquor Research

Previous Scholarship Recipients


2019

•   Elena Bilevicius (Clinical Psychology)

•   Jona Frohlich (Clinical Psychology)


2018

•   Elena Bilevicius (Clinical Psychology)

•   Jona Frohlich (Clinical Psychology)

•   Alanna Single (Clinical Psychology)


2016

•   Jessica Jarmasz (Health Sciences)

Doctor of Philosophy (2018), University of Manitoba, Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science


2015

•   Olena Kloss (Nutritional Sciences)

Proposed Research: Evaluation of food intake patterns and nutritional status of pregnant First Nations women living in Manitoba reserves: Implications for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

•   Raymond Lavoie (Marketing)

Doctorate of Philosophy (2017), University of Manitoba, Asper School of Business 

•   Damien Dowd (Psychology)

Gambling in Young Adults – A Longitudinal Investigation of the Pathways Model Using the Manitoba Longitudinal Study of Young Adults (MLSYA)


2014

•   Chad Graves (Psychology)

Doctorate of Philosophy (2017), University of Manitoba, Department of Psychology


2013

•   Yi Chu (Jack) Shen (Sociology)

Master of Arts (2018), University of Manitoba, Department of Sociology

•   Pranay Das (Economics)

Doctor of Philosophy (2018), University of Manitoba, Department of Economics


2012

•   Ryan Nicholson (Clinical Psychology)

Doctor of Philosophy (2018), University of Manitoba, Department of Psychology


2011

•   Chad Graves (Psychology)

Master of Arts (2013) University of Manitoba, Department of Psychology

•   Damien Dowd (Psychology)

Master of Arts (2012) University of Manitoba, Department of Psychology


2010

•   Navin Bahl (Marketing)

Master of Science (2012) University of Manitoba, Asper School of Business