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.

Community drives Alumni Achievement Award winner’s dedication to non-profit work

Arla Gustafson (BA’82) will receive a 2023 USask Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award in October

2023 Gail Appel Lecture: Dee Daniels

Answering the Call of Spirit is the topic of accomplished vocalist and musician Dee Daniel's upcoming free public talk

Giving Day supports USask Comprehensive Campaign as new school year begins

One of the initiatives USask Giving Day will focus on is Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP) – a program that directly enriches the academic experiences of future Indigenous leaders

New College of Arts and Science teaching award honours master teacher

The Lesley Biggs Early Career Teaching Fellowship is the college’s first donor-funded teaching award

'Good writing feeds the soul'

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As Saskatchewan's 10th Poet Laureate, Dee Hobsbawn-Smith (MFA'14, MA'21) will be an ambassador for writing and poetry

Six outstanding USask alumni honoured with Achievement Awards

College of Arts and Science graduate Arla Gustafson (BA'82) was named as a recipient of the USask Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award

USask Department of Indigenous Studies celebrates 40 years of ‘indigenizing the academy’

Indigenous Studies started as a grassroots movement by Indigenous students in the 1970s.

New scholarship inspires international USask students in STEM

Anonymously created scholarship intended for international students making the world a better place

Meet the artist behind the artwork featured on 2023 orange shirts now on sale at USask

USask College of Arts and Science graduate Vanessa Hyggen (BA'17) created artwork commissioned for Orange Shirt Day 2023

USask, University of the South Pacific explore partnerships

Dr. Pal Ahluwalia (PhD) is a University of Saskatchewan graduate who now serves as USP’s vice-chancellor and president

USask PhD student creates bursary for single parent students

USask College of Arts and Science graduate Kate Loseth (BA’18, MPP’22) wants to help single parents experiencing financial challenges in university

USask researcher trying to unlock mysteries of ‘strange and fascinating’ quantum materials

Mathematics and statistics graduate Christopher Mahadeo's research is focused on furthering our mathematical understanding of quantum materials