Students & Campus Life

USask commemorates Herzberg Nobel Prize with new international student award

The Herzberg International Equity Award will assist almost 50 students from 20 countries this year

Collaborative USask art project celebrating Indigenous knowledge reaches final step

On Sept. 21, 2021, at 11 am, the last of 13 carved slate steps will be installed during a public event at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

A student for life

Dr. Jay Cowsill (PhD) has been continually enrolled at USask since 1997

Students’ artwork to be showcased during augmented reality tour on USask campus

In partnership with Nuit Blanche Saskatoon, USask will host a Nuit Blanche Eve event from 4 pm – 7 pm on Friday, Sept. 24, 2021

Nuit Blanche Eve Augmented Reality Tour at USask

This all-ages contemporary art event will feature 16 AR artworks created by 12 USask students

Award-winning USask history student returns to post-secondary studies after more than 50 years

Sarah Trevor has been honoured with the Ruth and Eber Pollard Scholarship in History and the Simpson Prize in History

CLS employee blends traditional Indigenous knowledge with mainstream science after enrolling in USask’s STEM Accelerator courses

One of the most impactful learning experiences of Bernie Petit’s career took place at the University of Saskatchewan in 2020, when she enrolled in 90-level courses offered through the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways program

Neanderthal hand axes connect USask students to the past

The Department of Archaeology and Anthropology is home to a pair of stone hand axes made by Neanderthals about 200,000 years ago

Therapy dogs set to assist with vaccination clinics on USask campus

Starting on Sept. 7, 2021, every member of the USask community—all students, faculty and staff—will be required to show proof of at least one dose of a World Health Organization (WHO)-approved COVID-19 vaccine before coming onto campus

USask to launch new symphony orchestra this fall

Renowned conductor Shah Sadikov will teach the new course, MUAP 298.1: Symphony Orchestra, which USask students can opt to take for credit

‘I would absolutely recommend this certificate’: Graduates see value in USask’s ethics, justice and law program

The Certificate in Ethics, Justice and Law was developed to offer USask students an opportunity for substantive philosophical study of values in their moral, social and legal contexts

New ASSU president lauds ‘sense of community’ in College of Arts and Science, urges students to get vaccinated

Lucas Kobashi is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, with minors in physics and mathematics, as well as a Certificate in Global Studies