Indigenous

Orano Canada donation will improve access for Indigenous STEM students at USask

The $60,000 gift will support new Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways programming

USask history student wins Fulbright research award

The $25,000 US award will help Mckelvey Kelly study the history of the Wyandot Nation of Kansas

Statement on the tragedy at James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon

A message from Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD), vice-dean Indigenous in the College of Arts and Science

USask’s Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways program marks 10-year anniversary

On Campus News
ISAP welcomes First Nations, Inuit and Métis students to the College of Arts and Science, with academic and social programming that builds confidence, knowledge and skills

FSIN 3rd vice chief becomes 1st lawyer from her First Nation

CBC Saskatchewan
College of Arts and Science graduate Aly Bear (BA'17, JD'20) is the first lawyer to hail from Whitecap Dakota First Nation

Driven! The ultimate resiliency formula

Join USask graduate Kendal Netmaker (BA'11, BEd'11) for a presentation at the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

City-USask projects target Métis history, clean runoff, green rental housing

Dr. Cheryl Troupe (PhD), assistant professor in the Department of History, leads one of three new projects in collaboration with the City of Saskatoon

USask Indigenous studies professor emerita named acting vice-dean Indigenous

Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD) has been appointed to a key leadership role in the College of Arts and Science

Studying modern-day dog bones may deepen knowledge of ancient dog-sledding activities

Jessica Sick, a USask archaeology graduate student, is examining entheseal changes on skeletal remains of Canis familiaris

New Indigenous leadership circle is set to advise presidents of the Tri-Councils

University Affairs
Dr. Lee Wilson (PhD), a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry, is a member of the Indigenous Leadership Circle in Research

USask Canada Research Chairs to use Indigenous knowledge, stories to create social impact

Newly appointed Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Storytelling and full professor in English, Dr. Kristina Bidwell (PhD), will investigate how stories create meaning and influence actions within intercultural collaborations and conflicts

USask graduate student takes research experience to the world stage at the UN

Kate Gillis, a graduate student in the Department of Indigenous Studies, was the first Indigenous or Métis intern to work at the Permanent Mission of Canada