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.

Late USask graduate’s wishes fulfilled with creation of chemistry scholarship

Susan Gibson (BA'69, LLB'69) dedicated funds in will to recognize work of brother and distinguished professor emeritus

A new Canadian finds empowerment through Indigenous learning, relationships

Indigenous knowledge helped USask graduate Dr. Jebunnessa Chapola (PhD) understand her own Bangladeshi upbringing

Patience and persistence brought success for USask President’s Medal winner

Shaoyan Wang had to learn English and record lectures to finish his USask chemistry degree

Emily Roberts earns St. Thomas More College Henry Carr Award

Psychology student recognized for leadership and contribution to student life

USask to award highest honour to celebrated writer

Department of English graduate Mark Abley (BA'75) will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters at USask's 2022 Fall Convocation

‘Our voices are so important’: USask science graduate inspires the next generation of Indigenous students

Micheala Merasty wants to be a voice for the environment—and a role model for her daughter

Henry Kloppenburg remembered

The University of Saskatchewan has lost a close friend in the passing of lawyer and philanthropist Henry Kloppenburg (BA’65, LLB’68)

USask graduate hopes to improve treatment plans for speech difficulties

Recent College of Arts and Science graduate Rosalie Hangs aims to help optimize treatment plans for those with aphasia, a disorder that is shown with difficulty expressing words and sounds properly often occurs after damage to the brain, such as from a stroke or head injury

FSIN 3rd vice chief becomes 1st lawyer from her First Nation

CBC Saskatchewan
College of Arts and Science graduate Aly Bear (BA'17, JD'20) is the first lawyer to hail from Whitecap Dakota First Nation

USask graduate to serve as geologist-in-residence at national park

Dr. Victoria Stinson (PhD’22) will conduct field work and host tours in Pukaskwa National Park through a new Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences program

USask professor’s career shaped by a love of literature

On Campus News
“I was always wanting to learn more in the teaching of reading," said College of Arts and Science graduate Dr. Beverley Brenna (BA'02), who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English

Order of Canada bestowed on USask alumni

College of Arts and Science graduate Parminder S. Raina (BSc'89) recognized for his work in ageing, population health and geriatric care