Alumni and Giving

Our alumni are making an impact around the world and in every sector. Stay up to date by checking our most recent alumni news and stories.

Sharing Métis stories

USask graduate Leah Marie Dorion (BEd’94, BA’99), an interdisciplinary artist, teacher, and author, celebrates her Métis heritage through a variety of literary and artistic projects

Alumni Love Story: Looking back on 64 years of marriage

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After meeting at USask, graduates Norm Rebin (BA’59) and Delva Rebin (BA’58) wed in 1959 and travelled the world together

‘A pioneer as a female artist’: New exhibition celebrates Sask. painter’s landscape legacy

USask graduate Wynona Croft Mulcaster (BA'43) found inspiration on the Canadian prairies and in Mexico

Storyteller Tenille Campbell embraces Indigenous joy

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As USask's 2024 Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence, Tenille Campbell is exploring art, laughter and culture

Saskatchewan artist Vanessa Hyggen inspires appreciation for the land

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Hyggen (BA'17), a College of Arts and Science graduate, is known for her beadwork and paintings

The top 10 stories of 2023

A list of the College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories

Scholarship established in memory of late-USask statistics professor

USask statistics professor Dennis O'Shaughnessy was responsible for changing the name of the Department of Mathematics to include the specialty

Adam Pottle pens new perspectives on Canadian horror

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Pottle (PhD'16) is bringing a fresh, much-needed voice to the country's literary landscape

English River First Nation poet-photographer named USask Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

Award-winning poet and photographer Tenille Campbell (BA’07, MFA’12) has been selected as the next Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

Home again: USask alumna has the Wright stuff

Marnie Wright (BA'92) is the new associate vice-president of people and chief human resource officer

Wyant has left his mark in law

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The Honourable Raymond Wyant (BA'73), former Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of Manitoba, reflects on fond memories of USask

Links to campus remain strong for Golden Grad

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Golden Grad Caroline Cottrell (BEd'71, BA'81, MA'89) has spent a lifetime laughing and learning at USask