Aboriginal

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The Globe and Mail: New light shed on stories of stolen Sto:lo children

Keith Carlson (history) is uncovering the stories of Sto:lo boys taken from their homes by 19th-century gold miners

Family reunion

New documentary by Tasha Hubbard (English) tells the story of four siblings reunited for the first time since childhood

Huffington Post: Indigenous women shouldn't have to live in fear, but they do

An interview with documentary filmmaker Tasha Hubbard (Department of English)

Actor Kim Coates to receive honorary degree from the University of Saskatchewan

From the drama department to Hollywood blockbusters, Kim Coates has become one of the province’s most popular and most accomplished actors

The Globe and Mail: Picasso on the Prairies: Philanthropist brings modest sensibility to his work

Even as a student, Alumni of Influence Frederick Mulder always set 10 per cent of his earnings aside for charity

Why Saskatoon’s Noodlecake Studios is the first to be profiled in Apple’s new Canada’s Best Game Maker series

Saskatoon tech firm was founded by arts & science alumni Ty Bader (BA’00) and Jordon Schidlowsky (BSc’07)

Arts & Culture

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Exhibition: Todd Grohnsdahl

May 23, 2017 to Aug 19, 2017
Artist Todd Gronsdahl will be working in the Kenderdine Art Gallery on a site-specific installation

Exhibition: MELANIE AUTHIER Contrarieties & Counterpoints

May 12, 2017 to Aug 19, 2017
An exhibition curated by alumni of influence Robert Enright that wrestles with what painting means in today's world

MFA in writing student receives RBC Taylor Emerging Writer Award

Cassi Smith (BA’13) has been chosen by acclaimed author Ross King for the $10,000 prize

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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Psychology student named one of Canada’s top research storytellers

Kathrina Mazurik is a finalist in the 2017 SSHRC Storytellers competition

CBC News: Failure to launch: U of S student examining crowded nest syndrome

Psychology PhD student, Kathrina Mazurik, is researching the experiences of young adults still living at home

2017 YWCA Women of Distinction nominees

Faculty, staff and alumnae represented in YWCA Women of Distinction award nominee list

Science & Technology

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Exhibition: Dans la Mesure /Within Measure by Jean-Sébastien Gauthier

Apr 19, 2017 to Apr 28, 2017
An artist uses the synchrotron beam line to create an exhibition that merges art and science

Images of Research winners

Six stunning images of research from the College of Arts & Science awarded prizes in the third annual U of S Images of Research Competition

U of S hosts Sanofi Biogenius high school student science competition

Eight Saskatchewan high school students present research projects and compete for cash prizes at regional competition

Students & Campus Life

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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

The University of Saskatchewan and the First World War

Two exhibitions highlight the legacy of the First World War and its impact on members of the university community

Voices & Opinion

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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

The Globe and Mail: Great schools defend faculty. What’s McGill’s excuse?

An opinion piece by Alumni of Influence Michael Byers (BA'88), who holds the Canada Research Chair in Global Politics and International Law at UBC

A conversation with Marilyn Dumont

The award-winning Cree/Métis writer and recent fellowship recipient speaks about creativity, activism and Canadian history