About ISSE gatherings
College of Arts and Science ISSE gatherings invite Indigenous undergraduate students to participate in workshops, guest speaker events and facilitated discussion circles in support of their learning goals.
- Broaden your awareness of academic programs and opportunities
- Build professional communication and leadership skills
- Explore how Indigenous perspectives offer assets for academics and lifelong learning
- Build your network, connect with Indigenous role models, alumni and fellow students to co-imagine your shared future!
ISSE gatherings are coordinated through the Office of the Vice Dean Indigenous in collaboration with Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways, Student Learning Services and partnering academic departments.
Is the ISSE for me?
ISSE is for any Indigenous undergraduate student seeking to expand their academic, professional and intercultural skillset. ISSE gatherings will focus on a theme, and each session will be facilitated by an Indigenous graduate student with expertise and experience to share.
Sign me up!
Register to attend one or more ISSE Gatherings by clicking on the Eventbrite registration links in the ISSE gatherings schedule below. If you have questions about the event, or encounter challenges with registration, get in touch by email at email@example.com or call 306-966-1681.
Students who participate in ISSE gatherings and complete any required assessments will receive an entry acknowledging participation on their co-curricular record (CCR); recordings will be made available after each session for registrants who cannot attend live but would like to participate.
Winter Term 2022
ISSE: Outreach & Leadership - Giving Back & Staying Connected
Wed, February 2, 2:30 – 4:00
Join representatives from four USask Outreach & Leadership programs: ISAP Peer Mentors, BIRM, USask Science Ambassadors, and the USask Chapter of AISES, to hear about the benefits of giving back to your campus community! After a panel discussion, a breakout session of application support for each program will be hosted for you to learn more and apply!
Indigenous Artists in Conversation with Quill Violet Christie-Peters and Ron Peters
Mon, March 7, 11:30-1:00
Facilitators: Hosted in collaboration with USask Galleries and Collections and Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways in celebration of Indigenous Achievement Week 2022
Join Indigenous creators Quill Violet Christie-Peters and Tenille Campbell for a discussion of their current work, artistic journeys, and the experience of sharing and curating artwork in Treaty spaces
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Tackling Term Paper Season... With Your Friends!
Thursday, March 17th, 1:00 pm
Facilitators: Carrie Pratt & Liv Marken
Join staff and students from the University Library Writing Help Centre for practical, experience-based advice about how to build a network of support for your academic writing journey. Topics will include how to start and structure a writing group for editing and peer support, pairing up with a writing buddy for proofreading, and talking about how your writing process will evolve from first year to graduation and professional areas of practice.
ISSE call for proposals
Graduate students are invited to contribute to ISSE’s programming from areas of strength and enthusiasm; we are open to a diversity of ideas for ISSE gatherings, with focal points across the academic disciplines.
OPEN CALLIndigenous Graduate Students interested to facilitate ISSE gatherings in Jan-December 2022-2023 submit session proposals down below.
ISSE Gatherings are coordinated by the Office of the Vice Dean Indigenous through a partnership between Student Learning Services (SLS) and the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP)