Alumni and Giving

International collaboration brings artwork to life with augmented reality

shARed spaces team explores the possibilities of a developing technology and its place in digital art

‘There’s so much about a dog that touches people’s hearts’

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Sociology professor Dr. Colleen Dell (PhD) and USask graduate Doreen Stumborg (BA'09, MFA'20) are part of the PAWS Your Stress Team

Vimy Ridge Day: Honouring the sacrifice of soldiers from USask

It was one of the defining moments in Canadian military history

Alumni Book Nook: Robert James Clark (BA’85, ARTS’87)

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USask graduate Robert James Clark is the author of "Fiendish Crime: A True Story of Shell Shock and Murder"

International film festival showcases USask student video work with ‘Focus on Canada’

International film festival based in Germany featured Art and Art History student works

‘It really feels like a big family’

Dr. Simranjeet (Sim) Singh (BSc’18, MD’22) found a sense of community at USask

‘I love the sport of track and field’

A former USask student-athlete, alumnus Dr. Justin Pfefferle (BA’05) is the head coach of the Concordia University Stingers cross-country and track and field teams

Alumni Book Nook: Anthony Bidulka

From Sweetgrass Bridge is the forthcoming book written by Bidulka (BA’83, BEd’91, BComm’91), an award-winning Saskatchewan author of mystery, suspense, and thriller novels

Alumni Book Nook: Robert Calder

Somerset Maugham and the Cinema is the latest book by Dr. Robert Calder (BA’63, MA’65), a recipient of the USask Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award

Top prize for USask graduate at Saskatchewan opera contest

Kateryna Khartova (BMus’16) is the winner of the 2024 Gordon C. Wallis Memorial Opera Competition

International Women’s Day at USask: Reflecting on history, building the future

The USask community recognizes and celebrates the many contributions of women to our vibrant campus this International Women’s Day

An urban elder’s journey: The role of tradition, community, and education

Dr. Linda Young (BA'94, BFA'98, MEd'20, PhD'23) is the first USask PhD candidate to earn her doctorate through Conversation