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'We can write it better': Theatre has role to play in reconciliation, says director

Yvette Nolan believes theatre is “the perfect place” to explore relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people

College of Arts & Science students receive Indigenous Student Achievement Awards

More than a dozen students in the College of Arts & Science have been honoured with Indigenous Student Achievement Awards

Participatory art project celebrates Indigenous languages

A mural celebrating Indigenous languages attracted and engaged students, faculty and staff during Indigenous Achievement Week.

Photos from the 2018 Alumni of Influence Gala

Eleven inspiring alumni were inducted into the ranks of the College of Arts & Science Alumni of Influence in March

Alumni of Influence recipient to be recognized with Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Long-serving faculty member Robert Calder (BA'63, MA'65) to receive province's highest honour in May

McGill Reporter: U of S alumna named Canada 150 Research Chair at McGill

Jennifer Welsh (BA'87) is a scholar in international relations

Arts & Culture

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Music festival founded by alumni marks a decade in Saskatoon

Carissa Klopoushak (BMus’04) and Jacqueline Woods (BMus’06) co-founded the Ritornello Chamber Music Festiva

U of S alumna in running for prestigious art award

Joi T. Arcand (BFA'05) is on the longlist of nominees for the 2018 Sobey Award

Images of Research winners

Four arts & science researchers win top prizes in the annual photo and imaging contest

Featured Courses & Programs

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Indigenous Performance Methods

Learn Cree and share in Indigenous cultural experiences in this drama practicum

U of S film makes international waves

Becoming Water: Art and Science in Conversation to be screened at festival in Montana

Lighting FYREs with first-year research

Students learn the value of original research early in their academic careers at the University of Saskatchewan

Politics & Society

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17th Biennial Symposium on Violence & Aggression

May 6, 2018 to May 9, 2018
Translating research and theory into practice

Global News: How therapy dogs were silent healers in Humboldt

Sociologist Colleen Dell speaks about how therapy dogs have been helping those in need

Global News: University of Saskatchewan professor uses board games to teach history

Benjamin Hoy has found a way to combine work and play

Research, Scholarly & Artistic Works

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Top U.S. scientists join U of S food security research

Plant molecular and cell biologist Byung-Kook Ham joined the Global Institute for Food Security and the Department of Biology

Dinner and leftovers a rare find in the fossil record

Five hundred million years ago, the droppings of an ancient sea creature provided a feast for other animals

From South America to Saskatoon

She hasn’t even officially started her own career yet, but Mayra Samaniego is already working on two different continents to inspire the next generation of young women in the field of computer science

Science & Technology

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New tool helps minimize impact of solar activity

Bursts of solar activity millions of kilometers away have the power to disrupt essential communication networks on Earth

Bridges: Ernie Walker leads an eclectic, industrious life

Famed archaeologist and forensic anthropologist Ernie Walker can find himself digging up fossils one minute, then helping police at a crime scene the next

World-leading U.S. water scientist recruited to U of S as Canada 150 Research Chair

Jay Famiglietti will hold a joint faculty appointment in the Department of Geography and Planning

Students & Campus Life

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Museum of Antiquities prints 3D replicas of artifacts

Computer science student creates Lewis Chessman pieces

Valerie Korinek appointed vice-dean

Department of History professor will serve as vice-dean faculty relations starting July 1

Trip to Ukraine a journey of self-discovery for U of S student

Ninety-five years after his great-grandparents emigrated from Ukraine to Canada, an arts and science student will have a chance to follow his family tree back to where they came from

Voices & Opinion

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Statement regarding Humboldt Broncos tragedy

A message from U of S President Peter Stoicheff

Macdonald-Laurier Institute: The International Recognition of Indigenous Resource Rights

True partnership with Indigenous peoples requires commitment and collaboration, write Carin Holroyd and Ken Coates

The Conversation: The magic of love and sex

Love songs, sex tips and medieval magic all have one thing in common, argues Frank Klaassen (Department of History)