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Eagle Feather News: U of S College of Arts and Science improving retention ASAP

Students and dignitaries celebrate the success of the Aboriginal Student Achievement Program

Aboriginal Student Achievement Program has helped close education gap

Five years after its creation, a program in the College of Arts & Science is showing that a holistic approach to student support can make a difference

Exhibition: Adrian Stimson: School Days

Adrian Stimson’s School Days takes a critical look at the residential school system

University of Saskatchewan to spotlight internationally renowned investor and educator

The U of S will grant an honorary Doctor of Laws degree to alumnus Xiaoping (Bob) Xu (MA'92) at this year's Spring Convocation ceremonies

Art aficionado to be celebrated by U of S

From small-town Saskatchewan to one of the world’s leading cosmopolitan centres for art and culture, Frederick Mulder has become a pillar of the art world

From the university scene to the stage and screen

There is more chance than romance to actor Kim Coates' story, which started at the University of Saskatchewan

Arts & Culture

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An instrument of change

Composer Gyula Csapó (music) views geopolitical issues through the lens of music

Concert: Changing Seasons

Celebrate spring with the Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra!

Awards for Sask. writers

Four alumni of the College of Arts & Science receive 2017 Saskatchewan Book Awards

Featured Courses & Programs

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New spring course: Critical Transnational Feminist Perspectives (Saskatoon)

Study culture, politics and identity on campus and at sites in the Saskatoon community

Human Rights in History

Learn about human rights as a product of history in this experiential learning course that includes a trip to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Climate change course tackles global implications

Exploring the physical, economic, political and social aspects of one of the world’s most pressing issues

Politics & Society

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Benefits of pet therapy recognized by Saskatchewan people in recovery

Animal therapy is the subject of ongoing research by Colleen Anne Dell (sociology) and her associates

The Star: The Prairie pioneers of collaboration

In an era when collaboration is a buzzword, academic Harley Dickinson and reporter Gerry Klein are pioneers

College announces new awards for research, scholarly and artistic work

New annual awards recognize outstanding faculty research, scholarly and artistic contributions

Science & Technology

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Canadian Geographic: Digitally reconstructed faces of 4,000-year-old shíshálh family revealed

Research led by Terence Clark (archaeology & anthropology) lets visitors to the Canadian Museum of History look into the eyes of a powerful ancient family

John Pomeroy to lead new research facility in Rockies

John Pomeroy, Canada Research Chair in water resources and climate change, is director of new research lab

The Green & White: The road from Melfort to Google

How does a hockey-obsessed kid from small-town Saskatchewan become senior engineering director at one of the world’s largest tech companies?

Students & Campus Life

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Workplace excellence

Donna Bilokreli and Kyla Denton receive the 2017 Dean’s Distinguished Staff Award

2017 Provost’s Teaching Awards winners

College of Arts & Science faculty, students and sessional lecturers recognized for teaching excellence

U of S appoints dean in the College of Arts & Science

Peta Bonham-Smith has been chosen to lead the College of Arts & Science for a five-year term

Voices & Opinion

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The Globe and Mail: We can improve mental-health care by fighting poverty

Erika Dyck (history), Canada Research Chair in the History of Medicine, argues that anti-poverty investment is a medical necessity

The Fulcrum: Explore Indigenous communities in Canada this summer

Brenda Macdougall (BA'94, PhD'05) highlights activities of Native Peoples who “are trying to produce counter-narratives to Canada’s 150."

The Globe and Mail: Saskatchewan should take note: Libraries are sanctuaries of civil society

Author and alumnus Trevor Herriot (BA'79) defends Saskatchewan's libraries