Politics & Society

Q&A with Saskatchewan's longest serving woman parliamentarian

Pat Atkinson (BA’73, BEd’77) has been selected as an Alumni of Influence Award recipient

Outstanding faculty member, graduate receive Women of Distinction Awards

Retired USask faculty member Dr. Lesley Biggs (PhD) and graduate Tasnim Jaisee (BA’24, BA'24, CQGS’24) were named as recipients

Obituary: Eric Dayton

Saskatoon Funeral Home
Professor Emeritus Eric Dayton was part of the USask Department of Philosophy for more than 40 years

USask develops a pet-friendly rental housing guide for Saskatoon

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Paws in Places is a pet-friendly rental housing guide established by the University of Saskatchewan

College of Arts and Science Alumni of Influence recipients recognized for outstanding achievements

Gordon Beach, Tenille Campbell, Aaron Genest and Pat Atkinson have been selected as recipients of this year’s awards

The power of collaboration: Storytellers Challenge winners emphasize the importance of synergy in research

A collaboration between graduate students from USask and UBC secured a winning spot in the 2024 SSHRC Storytellers Challenge

USask archaeologists recognized for advice, advocacy on residential school graves searches

Canadian Archaeological Association working group has won a Governor General’s Innovation Award

Métis cancer survivors share their stories of confronting and beating cancer

They are raw, they are real, and they are inspiring, and thanks to a new project from USask, they will finally be heard

USask faculty learned as much from students in sustainability fellowship

Six USask faculty fellows each contributed a chapter for a newly released book

Métis cancer survivor experiences documented in digital storytelling project

Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) co-led a project that highlighted stories of Métis cancer survivors in Saskatchewan

Eight songs that ‘inspire inclusion’ on International Women’s Day

USask Women’s and Gender Studies Program faculty members give their song recommendations

‘A pioneer as a female artist’: New exhibition celebrates Sask. painter’s landscape legacy

USask graduate Wynona Croft Mulcaster (BA'43) found inspiration on the Canadian prairies and in Mexico