Politics & Society

Saskatchewan significantly expanding opportunities for health care training

Government of Saskatchewan
The provincial government announced funding to increase training seats for health professions, including an additional 30 seats in clinical psychology

The Long-term effects of Child Labour Legislation: Evidence from the Britain’s 1860 Mining Act

The next Department of Economics Speaker Series Seminar will feature Ben Milner, assistant professor of economics from the University of Alberta

Philosophy in the Community: Can Psychedelics Really Make People Better?

A public talk by Dr. Sarah Hoffman (PhD), associate professor of philosophy

'We wrote that play, together': USask research paints picture of lived experiences of Iranian women

Haleh Mir Miri has experienced firsthand the oppression that women can be subjected to under extremist Islamic rule

(CANCELLED) Teens at the Crash Site: How Surveillance Capitalism and Networked Tools are Changing Child Rights

Please join the Department of Sociology to celebrate the 52nd Annual Sorokin Lecture

New report finds systemic responses not adequately addressing human trafficking

MBC Radio
Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD) was lead researcher on the project

Will Canada lead the psychedelic renaissance?

Alberta’s new policy on psychedelic-assisted therapy may move Canadians one step closer to accepting psychedelics as medicine, writes USask historian Dr. Erika Dyck (PhD)

Navigating the digital diet culture

Western Producer
Diet culture is trending, but the agriculture industry is shaped by larger forces, says USask historian Dr. Andrew Watson (PhD)

USask-developed guide highlights benefits of pet ownership in rental housing

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
“It’s really to raise awareness about the potential benefits of animals," said Department of Sociology professor Dr. Colleen Dell (PhD)

Obituary: David E. Smith

Smith was a professor of political studies at the University of Saskatchewan for 40 years

Researcher archiving Sask. Twitter as part of COVID-19 history project

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Upheaval since Elon Musk's takeover adds urgency to preserve records of what life was like in pandemic times

2 generations of Sask. LGBTQ community reflect on history and the future

CBC Saskatchewan
Psychology student Thios Mwunvaneza participates in an intergenerational conversation about the past, present and future of Sask. LGBTQ communities