Politics & Society

Having visible tattoos gives psychologists more cred: USask research

The study by researchers in the Department of Psychology and Health Studies runs counter to popular thought on tattoos

New USask short film highlights water security issues

“Water You Waiting For,” an animated video created by two USask students, is included in the BC Environmental Film Festival

Exploring the contributions of Métis women in the establishment of a distinct people: USask research

College of Arts and Science graduate student Kate Gillis is exploring the contributions of Métis women in the establishment of Métis people from the Red River region

USask PhD candidate’s research shines light on Indigenous water governance in Manitoba

Warrick Baijius became interested in learning more about water insecurity after visiting a small community in the cloud forests of Peru

USask PhD candidate studies Mandarin Chinese language acquisition among Saskatchewan children

Immigrant parents have a significant role to play in the maintenance and acquisition of heritage languages, said Qin Xiang, who defended her PhD thesis in November

More than three-quarters of homicide victims in Sask. in 2020 were Indigenous: StatsCan

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Dr. Robert Henry (PhD), an Indigenous studies professor in the College of Arts and Science, says the statistics show action is needed

USask, City of Saskatoon study explores how to make downtown living attractive

The project was funded by Research Junction, a joint initiative by USask and the City of Saskatoon

USask graduate student studies impact of industry on Indigenous food systems in northern Alberta

Meghan Lindholm is pursuing a master's degree in environmental anthropology in the College of Arts and Science

USask PhD student uses computer modelling to better understand and predict suicide

Rifat Zahan wants to better understand the complexity of suicide and self-harm behaviours through her research in the College of Arts and Science

USask researcher hosts theatre workshops to explore workplace harassment in health care

Theatre is a powerful tool because it generates a collective experience, says sociologist Dr. Elizabeth Quinlan (PhD)

USask student offers support to peers experiencing substance use disorders

Sociology student Mark Hammer has worked as a facilitator with Peer Health and with USask researchers and research teams

USask, United Way collaboration creates new course

A collaboration between the United Way of Saskatoon and Area and USask aims to enhance the community agency’s capacity to deliver services efficiently and provide students with hands-on skills in using social research methods