Collaborative USask art project celebrating Indigenous knowledge reaches final step

On Sept. 21, 2021, at 11 am, the last of 13 carved slate steps will be installed during a public event at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

anohc kipasikonaw/we rise/niipawii: Installation of the final step

The last of 13 carved stone steps will be installed at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

College of Arts and Science welcomes seven new faculty members

The new hires join the biology, drama, Indigenous studies, mathematics and statistics, and political studies departments

CLS employee blends traditional Indigenous knowledge with mainstream science after enrolling in USask’s STEM Accelerator courses

One of the most impactful learning experiences of Bernie Petit’s career took place at the University of Saskatchewan in 2020, when she enrolled in 90-level courses offered through the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways program

Transitional justice for Indigenous Peoples should be a key federal election issue

The Conversation
“Transitional justice,” centred on accountability and redress for victims, refers to the ways countries emerging from periods of conflict and repression address large-scale or systematic human rights violations

Number of First Nations people living with IBD in Saskatchewan has doubled

College of Arts and Science researchers were among the members of the IBD Among Indigenous Peoples Research Team

Family support made a big difference for grads

Eagle Feather News
College of Arts and Science alumna Larissa Burnouf (BA'18, Cert'21, JD'21) recently graduated with a law degree and a certificate in Indigenous governance and politics while raising her two children and working full-time

Indigenous fire teams in Sask. aim for bigger role after B.C. blazes

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
University of Saskatchewan anthropology professor Dr. James Waldram (PhD) says Saskatchewan must rethink its evacuation policy as fires grow more common

USask science ambassadors connect virtually with northern schools

The science ambassador team brought culturally responsive science education to about 500 K–12 students this spring

Statement on unmarked graves found at former residential school at Cowessess First Nation

A message from College of Arts and Science Dean Peta Bonham-Smith and Vice-Dean Indigenous Angela Jaime

Cree actor receives new USask student drama award

Christopher Krug-Iron is the first recipient of the Henry Woolf Bursary in Drama

Craigleith Depot launches book featuring stories of seven generations of Indigenous women

Collingwood Today
Dr. Kathryn Labelle (PhD) is the author of the book Daughters of Aataentsic: Life Stories from Seven Generations