USask community members appointed to the Order of Canada

College of Arts and Science graduates named to the Order of Canada include Ed Ratushny (BA’64, LLB’65) and Dr. Lillian Dyck (BA'66, BA'68, MSc'70, PhD'81)

Former Senator Lillian Dyck says receiving the Order of Canada is 'emotional', a 'delightful surprise'

CBC Saskatchewan
Dr. Lillian Eva Quan Dyck (BA'66, BA'68, MA'70, PhD'81) received the Order of Canada for advocating for First Nations and racial minorities, and for contributing to human rights and social justice

The top 10 stories of 2021

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

Blue skies: USask alumnus envisions Saskatchewan as eco-friendly tech hub

Kenney Liu (BA’15) wants to help businesses do better business

A long and winding road

Golden Grad Marie Ellen McMunn (BA'71, PGD'04) recalls her journey to obtain education and employment

New exhibits at USask explore Canada’s dark history and the resilience of Indigenous People

The first exhibit, created by College of Arts and Science graduate and local artist Carol Wylie (BA'91, BFA'96), features a series of 18 portraits of residential school and Holocaust survivors

College of Arts and Science alumni named to Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Albert Brown (BA’74, BEd’82), Hart Godden (BMus’82) and Dr. Donald Greve (BA’58, MD’60) have been recognized for their contributions to the province of Saskatchewan

A legacy of learning

Robert Loewen knew the value of a university education and passed that down to his family

Lockert receives 2021 President’s Medal

She is also the recipient of the Three-Year Medal in the College of Arts and Science, awarded to the most distinguished graduate receiving a first degree in a three-year program in the college

High-achieving USask mathematical physics graduate to receive Dean’s Medal at Fall Convocation

Edward Utama will also receive his Bachelor of Science (honours) degree in mathematical physics, with high honours, and the University Medal in the Sciences

Award-winning USask environmental geoscience graduate makes history

Matt Fellwock will receive his Bachelor of Science (honours) degree in environmental geoscience, with a minor in chemistry, at USask’s 2021 Fall Convocation virtual celebration

Saskatoon lawyer makes jump to FSIN to advocate for Indigenous people

CTV Saskatoon
USask graduate Aly Bear (BA'17, JD'20) aims to use her legal knowledge to advocate for Indigenous people on a bigger platform after being elected third vice-chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations