Bruce Sinclair: Adding some dramatic flair to storytelling at USask

Métis theatre artist and drama professor Bruce Sinclair is the USask Library's third Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

New report finds systemic responses not adequately addressing human trafficking

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Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD) was lead researcher on the project

People of USask: Deborah and Verla Chatsis

USask graduate Verla Chatsis (BA'84, BSP'85) talks about how her sister Deborah Chatsis (BE’83, LLB'86, LLD’15) valued family and education

Sinclair named USask Storyteller-in-Residence

Métis drama professor Bruce Sinclair begins his 12-week residency at the University Library this month

The top 10 stories of 2022

The College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories of the year

USask researcher hopes to improve public understanding of Indigenous gangs, street lifestyle

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Canada Research Chair Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) will receive $120,000 annually for the next years for his project

USask research to benefit from prestigious Banting Fellowships

Researchers will study how Indigenous communities adapt to disaster and why Earth’s animals first moved from ocean to land

Indigenous gangs, street lifestyle focus of new Canada Research Chair

Indigenous Studies researcher Robert (Bobby) Henry, whose work is internationally recognized, has been awarded a Canada Research Chair

Benjamin Hoy wins Governor General’s History Award

USask associate professor of history has won the 2022 award for scholarly research for his book A Line of Blood and Dirt

A new Canadian finds empowerment through Indigenous learning, relationships

Indigenous knowledge helped USask graduate Dr. Jebunnessa Chapola (PhD) understand her own Bangladeshi upbringing

‘Our voices are so important’: USask science graduate inspires the next generation of Indigenous students

Micheala Merasty wants to be a voice for the environment—and a role model for her daughter

CTV comedy series starring USask student premieres soon

Cheyenna Sapp performs in Acting Good, a new sitcom premiering Oct. 17