Indigenous

Arts and Science alumni, faculty win Saskatchewan Book Awards

Authors connected to the College of Arts and Science were honoured with eight awards on June 23

The art of reconciliation

University Affairs
University Affairs features 11 works by Indigenous artists installed at Canadian universities, including "anohc kipasikônaw / we rise / niipawi" at USask

USask awards inaugural ohpinamake Indigenous art prize

Winnipeg-based artist KC Adams will receive $10,000 and six other artists will receive $1,000

Deneh’Cho Thompson working to break down institutional barriers from within

University of Alberta
Thompson, a USask faculty member in drama, set out to change the systems that were hindering his artistic and academic progress

Students learn on the land at First Nation in new USask course

Students in GEOG 465 spend a week living at Mistawasis Nêhiyawak, Sask.

‘Don’t give up’: USask psychology graduate encourages students to pursue their dreams

Sheila Kimowan Victoria Naytowhow will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology during Spring Convocation

Indigenous Graduation Celebration back in Merlis Belsher Place

The University of Saskatchewan will hold the second Indigenous Graduation Celebration—and the first to be held in-person—beginning at 2 pm on Friday, June 3

A passion for science

Tia Montgrand’s longtime interest in nature inspired her to study biology and geology in the College of Arts and Science

USask student cast in new CTV comedy

Cheyenna Sapp has joined the cast of Acting Good, an upcoming scripted comedy series

Aimee Wall & Lisa Bird-Wilson among finalists for $60K Amazon Canada First Novel Award

CBC Books
Métis and nêhiyaw writer Lisa Bird-Wilson (BA'93, BEd'99, MEd'05), a College of Arts and Science graduate, was nominated for the book Probably Ruby

Exploring Indigenous identity and resistance

USask graduate and visual artist Wally Dion (BFA’04) returns to campus for skodenstoodis, a major solo exhibition at the College Art Galleries

Selina Boan, Tenille K. Campbell and Brian Thomas Isaac among finalists for the 2022 Indigenous Voices Awards

CBC Books
Diana Hope Tegenkamp, office coordinator in the Department of English, and College of Arts and Science graduate Tenille K. Campbell (BA'07) are included on the shortlist