Students & Campus Life

Computer mapping of brain connections may reduce the number of required MRI scans: USask research

University of Saskatchewan PhD candidate Josh Neudorf and members of his research team are using innovative computer technology to map brain function

Building a tool for more efficient software coding: USask research

College of Arts and Science graduate researcher Avijit Bhattacharjee has set out to find a solution to software bugs with a tool that helps developers to read, understand and document computer code

Arts and Science Tuition Town Hall: Conversation with the Dean

Learn more about tuition rates and how tuition is set each year at the University of Saskatchewan

Arts and Science Tuition Town Hall: Conversation with the Dean

Learn more about tuition rates and how tuition is set each year at the University of Saskatchewan

The top 10 stories of 2021

Counting down the year’s top College of Arts and Science news stories

Glaciers losing their cool

51 Degrees North
The fate of Canadian glaciers is not set in stone, writes USask hydrology PhD candidate Caroline Aubry-Wake

material + time

Drawn from the University of Saskatchewan Art Collection, the exhibition presents divergent associations with structural modes, moving away from static moments towards an understanding of structure as an ongoing process of dissolution

Charlene Vickers: Big Blue Smudge

Charlene Vickers’ practice explores memory, healing and embodied connections to ancestral lands

Quill Violet Christie-Peters: spilling out, spilling over

Quill Violet Christie-Peters' work conceptualizes “spilling over boundaries” through Anishinaabekwe practices, moving beyond the material plane to a spiritual form of art-making

New scholarships will support USask students in fine arts, astronomy and environmental programs

The Gerald & Joan Johnson Endowed Student Award was created through a $100,000 gift to the College of Arts and Science

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