Students & Campus Life

USask researcher asks public to report cougar evidence

A Department of Biology researcher is building a database to uncover the whereabouts of the secretive and elusive prairie cougar.

A new Canadian finds empowerment through Indigenous learning, relationships

Indigenous knowledge helped USask graduate Dr. Jebunnessa Chapola (PhD) understand her own Bangladeshi upbringing

Saskatchewan High School Ethics Bowl

Teams of students examine ethical issues at this provincial competition hosted by the USask Department of Philosophy

Patience and persistence brought success for USask President’s Medal winner

Shaoyan Wang had to learn English and record lectures to finish his USask chemistry degree

Emily Roberts earns St. Thomas More College Henry Carr Award

Psychology student recognized for leadership and contribution to student life

Department of Music Online Open House

Thinking of studying music at USask? Get to know the department

USask’s Teri the spotted gar dies

Prehistoric fish charmed Museum of Natural Sciences visitors for more than 20 years

‘Our voices are so important’: USask science graduate inspires the next generation of Indigenous students

Micheala Merasty wants to be a voice for the environment—and a role model for her daughter

CTV comedy series starring USask student premieres soon

Cheyenna Sapp performs in Acting Good, a new sitcom premiering Oct. 17

Arts and Science Student Hub opens on USask campus

The new hub is home to student services and study abroad programs

Nuit Blanche features College of Arts and Science artists

More than 40 students, alumni, faculty and staff are part of the annual contemporary arts festival

Orano Canada donation will improve access for Indigenous STEM students at USask

The $60,000 gift will support new Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways programming