• 990 Seminar Presentation completed by Danielle Robertson-Boersma, MA on September 23, 2015.  Seminar title Understanding how Prevention Initiatives can Work with/in Bureaucratic Structures: A Case Study of the University of Saskatchewan Student Binge Drinking Prevention Initiative.
  • Congratulations to Oral Robinson on his successful PhD defence September 15, 2015. Thesis title, Negotiating Identities in CARICOM: How CARICOM Nationals Experience Intra-Regional Migration and Regionalism, Supervisor Dr. Kara Somerville.
  • Congratulations to Natasha Miller on her successful MA defence September 10, 2015. Thesis titleThe Historical Evolution of Sexual Assault Policy at the University of Saskatchewan: An Institutional Ethnography, Supervisor Dr. Elizabeth Quinlan.
  • Congratulations to Rita Hamoline on her successful MA completion August 27, 2015. Project titleFamily Physicians in Saskatchewan Discuss Meaning-Making on the Job, Supervisor Dr. Elizabeth Quinlan.
  • Congratulations to Yuchen Gao on her successful MA defence August 28, 2015. Thesis title Hidden Curriculum and Student's Development of Professionalilsm in Medical Education, Supervisor Dr. Terry Wotherspoon.
  • Congratulations to Siming Weng on her successful MA defence August 20, 2015. Thesis title "An Examination of Predictors of Punitive Attitudes about rime Reduction in Saskatchewan", Supervisor Dr. Hongming Cheng.
  • Congratulations to Bronwen Russell on her successful PhD defence August 13, 2015. Thesis titleCanadian Corporate Financial Crime: A  Critical Analysis, Supervisor Dr. Hongming Cheng.
  • 990 Seminar Presentation completed by Jie Miao, MA on March 19, 2015. Seminar title Problematic Drinking Among College Students: Interplay of Gender Identity and Ethnic Culture.
  • Congratulations to Megan McDowell on her successful MA defence January 13, 2015. Thesis title Canadian Corporate Financial Crime: A  Critical Analysis, Supervisor Dr. Carolyn Brooks.
  • Congratulations to Kenichi Yamaguchi on his successful PhD defence November 7, 2014. Thesis title Post-World War Governance in Okinawa: Normalizing U.S. Military Exceptionalism, Supervisor Dr. Terry Wotherspoon.
  • Congratulations to Abigail Iserhienrhien on her successful MA defence July 27, 2014. Thesis titleGender, Race and the Media Representation of Women in the Canadian 41st Parliament: A Critical Discourse Analysis, Supervisor Dr. Patience Elabor-Idemudia.
  • Congratulations to Rachael Collins on her successful PhD defence November 7, 2014. Thesis title“Meet the Devil….He`ll Chill You to the Bone”: Fear, Marginalization, and the Colour of Crime: A 30 Year Analysis of Four Canadian Newspapers, Supervisor Dr. Terry Wotherspoon.
  • Congratulations to Brandy Wicks on her successful MA defence March 3, 2014. Thesis titleExperiences of Aboriginal Women involved in Street Prostitution in Saskatchewan: A Case Study, Supervisor Dr. Patience Elabor Idemudia.
  • Congratulations to Jin Di on her successful PhD defence February 3, 2014. Thesis title Institutions and Inequality in Transition China: Earnings of Migrants and Non-Migrants in Contemporary China, Supervisor Dr. Terry Wotherspoon.
  • Congratulations to Rui Yuan on her successful PhD defence December 29, 2013. Thesis title Media Representation of Immigrants in Canada since WWII, Supervisor Dr. Peter Li.
  • Congratulations to Amanda Lu on her successful PhD defence November 29, 2013. Thesis title Say ‘Yes I Do’ to Whom: A Study of Taiwanese Immigrants’ Attitudes Toward Dating, Mate Selection and Marriage, Supervisor Dr. Li Zong.
  • Congratulations to Chantal Goyette on her successful PhD defence November 15, 2013. Thesis titleAdaptive Integration into the Canadian Labour Market: The Case of Entrepreneur and Skill Worker Immigrants, Supervisor Dr. Peter Li.
  • Congratulations to Patricia McGuire on her successful PhD defence September 6, 2013. Thesis titleAnishinaabe Gikeedaasiwin – Indigenous Knowledge and Exploration into Resilience, Supervisor Dr. Colleen Dell.
  • Congratulations to Amjad Murabit on his successful MA completion August 30, 2013. Project title Anonymous: Institutional Villains as Public Heroes, Supervisor Dr. Jennifer Poudrier.
  • Congratulations to Yuanping Ma on his successful PhD defence May 30, 2013. Thesis title Effects of Human Capital, Family Background and Social Network on Occupational Mobility in Contemporary Urban China, Supervisor Dr. Li Zong.
  • Congratulations to Julie Kaye on her successful PhD defence May 3, 2013. Thesis title Human Insecurity and Anti-Trafficking Policy: Representations of Trafficked Persons in Canada, Supervisor Dr. Patience Elabor-Idemudia.