Our students, staff and alumni are involved in dynamic activities in the College of Arts & Science, across the University of Saskatchewan, and beyond. We are proud of their achievements and celebrate their contributions—at school, at home, and across the Homeland of the Métis and our Treaty 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 & 10 Territories!

‘Believe in yourself’: USask graduate makes history as FSIN Vice Chief

Arts&Science magazine
Third Vice Chief Aly Bear (BA’17, JD’20) was inspired to become a lawyer after studying the work of late USask professor Patricia Monture

Outreach and mentorship key to increasing representation of women in STEM: USask scientists

Feb. 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

USask students reflect on International Day of Women and Girls in Science

“Our ideas and thoughts are fundamental to advancing the sciences," says bioinformatics student Vaidehee Lanke

Saskatoon lawyer makes jump to FSIN to advocate for Indigenous people

CTV Saskatoon
USask graduate Aly Bear (BA'17, JD'20) aims to use her legal knowledge to advocate for Indigenous people on a bigger platform after being elected third vice-chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations

USask political studies graduate looks forward to new role with Métis Nation—Saskatchewan

Cole Chretien will receive a Master of Arts degree in political studies during USask's 2021 Fall Convocation

Collaborative art project at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery reaches final phase

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
The last step of the 13-piece installation anohc kipasikônaw/we rise/niipawi (Cree, English, Michif) was placed in the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery on Sept. 21

Collaborative USask art project celebrating Indigenous knowledge reaches final step

On Sept. 21, 2021, at 11 am, the last of 13 carved slate steps will be installed during a public event at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

CLS employee blends traditional Indigenous knowledge with mainstream science after enrolling in USask’s STEM Accelerator courses

One of the most impactful learning experiences of Bernie Petit’s career took place at the University of Saskatchewan in 2020, when she enrolled in 90-level courses offered through the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways program

‘The environment is supportive and constant’: USask students praise ISAP, STEM Accelerator courses

Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways began offering preparatory non-degree credit science courses in 2017 to Indigenous students entering first-year university under-prepared for 100-level science courses

Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways supported through $100,000 NIB Trust Fund contribution

Established in 2012, ISAP welcomes First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students to the College of Arts and Science through academically grounded programming that builds confidence, knowledge, and skills

Scholarship support helps a student-parent succeed

On Campus News
A single parent and mature student, Marcia Little credits her scholarship for providing her the flexibility to take care of her family while succeeding academically

USask art installation honours Indigenous measures of time

One by one, 13 carved stone steps representing the 13 moons will be installed at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

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