College Vision

New USask Banting fellow delves into women’s contributions to medical history

New USask Banting fellow working with history professor Dr. Erika Dyck (PhD) on the historic medical use of psychedelics

College of Arts and Science welcomes new faculty members for 2023

Twelve new lecturers, assistant professors and associate professors have joined College of Arts and Science departments

USask Department of Indigenous Studies celebrates 40 years of ‘indigenizing the academy’

Indigenous Studies started as a grassroots movement by Indigenous students in the 1970s.

USask project to advance plant pathogen research receives nearly $800,000

Biology department head Dr. Chris Todd (PhD) is taking the EPPICentre to its next phase

Top scholars contribute to USask’s strong international rankings

Highly cited researcher Dr. Martyn Clark (PhD) of the Department of Geography and Planning contributed to growth in USask's ARWU rank

Meet the artist behind the artwork featured on 2023 orange shirts now on sale at USask

USask College of Arts and Science graduate Vanessa Hyggen (BA'17) created artwork commissioned for Orange Shirt Day 2023

New banner calls for ohpinamake Indigenous art prize applications

Annual ohpinamake art prize recognizes how Indigenous artists’ work uplifts others

USask reaches new heights in world university rankings

USask moved up 100 places in QS World University Rankings, earning high rankings in sustainability, international research network, and employment outcomes

USask takes significant steps to elevate fine arts programming

Three College of Arts and Science departments will be forming a new academic school by July 1, 2024

Land protector’s passion and dedication the focus of USask honorary degree

Thanks to Gary Carriere, there is new hope for the Saskatchewan River Delta

USask recognizes College of Arts and Science scholars, leaders, innovators

Awards to be presented for teaching, research and international engagement

USask Convocation: Sociology student focuses on future advocating for Indigenous rights

Sociology graduate Jade Badger plans to advocate for Indigenous rights, including missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls