Exploring Indigenous identity and resistance

USask graduate and visual artist Wally Dion (BFA’04) returns to campus for skodenstoodis, a major solo exhibition at the College Art Galleries

USask computer science graduate creates Rahat Yasir Award for Diversity and Inclusion

The $1,500 award will provide financial support to an undergraduate student studying in the Department of Computer Science who identifies with, or who is an ally to, the LGBTQ2S+ community

Selina Boan, Tenille K. Campbell and Brian Thomas Isaac among finalists for the 2022 Indigenous Voices Awards

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Diana Hope Tegenkamp, office coordinator in the Department of English, and College of Arts and Science graduate Tenille K. Campbell (BA'07) are included on the shortlist

Calder put Saskatchewan writers on the map

Author and professor emeritus of English Dr. Robert Calder (BA’63, MA’65) is receiving the USask Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award

Alumni reflect on USask education as Women’s and Gender Studies Program celebrates 30 years

An anniversary brunch and panel discussion will be held on May 14 at Marquis Hall

USask to spotlight six honorary degree recipients

The university will recognize USask alumni Jane Graham, Emeritus Professor James (Les) Henry, Justice Catherine Wedge and Dr. Alan Wildeman (PhD), along with journalist Susan Ormiston and Dr. Nicholas Carino (PhD)

Poster provides a lifetime of inspiration

Understanding hard work propels Alumni Achievement Award winner Kendal Netmaker (BA'11, BEd'11) to success

Naomi Hansen's first book shines light on Saskatchewan eateries

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When USask history graduate Naomi Hansen (BA'17) went looking for a book of popular Saskatchewan recipes and didn’t find one, she decided to create one herself

Alumna awarded prestigious McCall MacBain Scholarship

As a McCall MacBain Scholar, Nikaela Lange (BA’21) will pursue a fully funded master’s degree at McGill University while connecting with mentors and participating in an intensive leadership development program

College Art Galleries to present exhibition by USask graduate Wally Dion

A large-scale neon text-based sculpture will be installed outside the Peter MacKinnon Building on the USask campus

Arts and Science authors shortlisted for Sask Book Awards

Seventeen alumni, faculty and staff are among the nominees

Getting to 100 years no puzzle for USask alumna

Alice Adams (BA’48) came to USask to pursue her education after the Second World War