Politics & Society

USask students take part in nationwide video call with Ukrainian president Zelenskyy

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy delivered a speech by video from Kyiv, followed by a live Q and A session with Canadian university students, including one question asked by a recent USask graduate

Teeth from royal cattle herds of Mesopotamia shed light on ancient urban cultures: USask research

Newly published cutting-edge research led by University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Near Eastern archaeologist Dr. Tina Greenfield (PhD) reveals how domesticated livestock were managed in one of the world’s earliest cities

Abracadabra to ABCs under scrutiny by USask researchers

USask researchers in the Department of History and the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology are among those awarded new federal funding for social science and humanities research projects

USask project creating COVID-19 archive to share, learn from critical experience

A diverse team led by College of Arts and Science researcher Dr. Erika Dyck (PhD) is creating a digital archive of provincial residents’ experience with the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that their stories and material can prepare the province to better cope with future health crises

USask history professor honoured for contributions to Saskatoon’s 2SLGBTQ+ community

Dr. Martha Smith (PhD) is the recipient of the 2022 RBC KnockOUT Award from OUTSaskatoon, which was presented during the Glitter Gala on May 28

USask graduates look back on their time as political studies students

Quinn Rozwadowski and Wardah Mahmood will receive Bachelor of Arts (honours) degrees and certificates during Spring Convocation

USask Indigenous studies graduates reflect on their education

Jazzlin Walker and Dylan Cooper will receive Bachelor of Arts degrees at Spring Convocation in June

‘Don’t give up’: USask psychology graduate encourages students to pursue their dreams

Sheila Kimowan Victoria Naytowhow will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology during Spring Convocation

USask political studies graduate sees value in certificate programs

Stephne Skye Lennox will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in political studies and three certificates during Spring Convocation

We have always been here: Historians search for LGBTQ2S+ stories in rural Sask.

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Dr. Valerie Korinek (PhD), a professor in the history department at the University of Saskatchewan, has spent decades of her career exploring queer Prairie histories

USask health studies graduate to pursue career in medicine

Paige Daubenfeld, the Most Outstanding Graduate in Health Studies award winner, will also receive the University Medal in the BA&Sc Degree during Spring Convocation

Exploring what it means to be human

USask graduate Marley J. Duckett studied human beings, past and present, in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology