Students & Campus Life

Support Our Science: Collective action to advocate for graduate students

College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
A student-led grassroots organization is setting out to spread awareness of the financial challenges faced by students and demand change

Arts and Science Study Abroad Fair

Learn about opportunities to take a course or a term abroad as part of your degree

USask launches major expansion to clinical psychology program

Government of Saskatchewan funding will quadruple program’s training seats and increase public services

USask’s newest Loran Scholar lifts up others despite own hardships

International studies student Banin Arjmand came to Canada as an Afghan refugee, and now advocates for others

Giving Day supports USask Comprehensive Campaign as new school year begins

One of the initiatives USask Giving Day will focus on is Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP) – a program that directly enriches the academic experiences of future Indigenous leaders

USask Department of Indigenous Studies celebrates 40 years of ‘indigenizing the academy’

Indigenous Studies started as a grassroots movement by Indigenous students in the 1970s.

USask launches Period Equity Project

Free menstrual products will be available in more than 70 women’s, gender-neutral, and men’s washrooms in various USask buildings

This solar cycle, the sun’s activity is more powerful and surprising than predicted

The aurora is both a scientific wonder and a risk factor to industry, writes USask postdoctoral fellow Dr. Daniel Billett (PhD)

Space training program at USask launched many careers

Seven-year International Space Mission Training Program wrapped up this summer

Interpersonal skills key in USask-led space training program, students say

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
The International Space Mission Training Program ended July 25 with stratospheric balloons launched from the Cudworth, Sask. airport

Final launch a success in student space training program at USask

Students came from across Canada and Norway to learn skills to work in space research and industries

USask research shows therapy dogs can build a stronger social support network in Canada’s prisons

Therapy animals are known for their beneficial effects in health care environments, but what about in prisons?