Grandparents inspire Indigenous studies student at USask

Eileen Lennie-Koshman wants to empower Indigenous people to tell their stories

Métis cancer survivor experiences documented in digital storytelling project

Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) co-led a project that highlighted stories of Métis cancer survivors in Saskatchewan

Seven Arts and Science recipients honoured at USask Indigenous Student Achievement Awards

Arts and Science Indigenous students recognized for academic excellence, community engagement, leadership, research and resiliency

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

Sharing Métis stories

USask graduate Leah Marie Dorion (BEd’94, BA’99), an interdisciplinary artist, teacher, and author, celebrates her Métis heritage through a variety of literary and artistic projects

The top 10 stories of 2023

A list of the College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories

Former USask faculty member becomes one of New Zealand’s chief science advisors

Dr. Simon Lambert (PhD) is the first holder of a newly created position with the Ministry for the Environment

Dr. Angela Jaime appointed vice-provost, Indigenous engagement

Indigenous Studies professor Dr. Angela M. Jaime (PhD) has been appointed to the role for a five-year term

USask students address Indigenous rights at Model UN

Indigenous studies graduate student recently attended the Model UN Conference in Vancouver to collaborate on Indigenous issues

English River First Nation poet-photographer named USask Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

Award-winning poet and photographer Tenille Campbell (BA’07, MFA’12) has been selected as the next Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

Indigenous USask graduate processes personal hardships, emotions through artwork

Brody Burns (BA’21, MFA’23) discusses completion of Master of Fine Arts degree with support from Department of Art and Art History

USask Department of Indigenous Studies celebrates achievements, looks ahead to the next 40 years

Department of Indigenous Studies celebrated 40 years of ‘indigenizing the academy’ in September