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Reverse Ethnography: Decolonizing Approaches to Anthropological Research

Jan 10, 2019
A community-focused lecture series to mark the 50th anniversary of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

ASAP experience inspires law student to give back to program

Data show ASAP is having a positive impact on undergraduate Indigenous student retention, sense of belonging and academic confidence

Saskatoon Express: Exhibition explores art and legacy of Sarain Stump

Show will run at the Kenderdine Art Gallery until Dec. 15

Alumna pens best-selling crime novels set in Saskatoon

Longtime local journalist Joanne Paulson (BA'82) dives into the world of fiction

USask education influences bookstore owner’s approach to business

Alumnus Peter Garden (BA'97, BA'03) opened Turning the Tide 15 years ago

Leaders and change-makers: CBC Future 40

Students and alumni of the College of Arts and Science were recognized by CBC

Arts & Culture

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Li Wan: always open halfway through

Dec 17, 2018 to Dec 21, 2018
An exhibition at the Snelgrove, curated by Xiao Han

Philosophy in the Community: Will AI Take Over the World?

Jan 11, 2019
A community talk by Dr. Dwayne Moore (PhD), Department of Philosophy

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Carolling-for-hire: U of S choir spreads holiday cheer

The University of Saskatchewan’s Greystone Singers offer a unique service to people who want to add music to their holiday events

College Vision

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Arts and Science undergoes curriculum renewal

English language writing, Indigenous learning and quantitative reasoning will be new requirements for graduates starting in 2020

Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider

Jan 22, 2019
Sixteen short films about research, scholarly and artistic work in the College of Arts and Science

Award-winning researchers celebrated

The winners of recent faculty awards for research discussed their work at a new event in November

Politics & Society

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USask historian awarded top national honour for popularizing history

Bill Waiser will receive the 2018 Governor General’s History Award for Popular Media: The Pierre Berton Award

SENS leads international renewable energy network

College of Arts and Science researchers are contributing to a new international renewable energy network led by SENS

Driving healthy behaviour: From Nigeria to Canada

Using the powers of tech and e-commerce, PhD student Ifeoma Adaji is on a mission to help drive healthy behaviours around the world

Science & Technology

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Pickering picked for achievement award

Canada Research Chair Ingrid Pickering caps off a banner year

USask health research leaders honoured with SHRF awards

Environmental and health researcher Dr. Ingrid Pickering (PhD) has been awarded the 2018 Achievement Award by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation

Innovative USask software project to boost Canada’s research capacity

Radiam project being led by College of Arts and Science

Students & Campus Life

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From the U.S. to USask: the road to citizenship

Being welcomed to Canada in 2016 was truly a life-changing experience for Rosario Barba

Medieval manliness—Students design board game in history class

You have grown a majestic beard. You gain honour.

Annual fundraiser aims to help CMRS students attend medieval congress

International Congress on Medieval Studies to take place in Kalamazoo, Michigan, from May 9-12, 2019

Voices & Opinion

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The Conversation: Canada’s shameful history of sterilizing Indigenous women

Recent news of coerced sterilizations on unwilling Indigenous mothers reminds us that this is not a matter of the past, writes history professor Dr. Erika Dyck (PhD)

CBC News: 'There's no other show in town': Sask. bars hop on U.S. midterm fever, screening election night coverage

Professor Joe Garcea says in his decades of watching politics, he's never seen people this riveted by a midterm election

The Conversation: Memorials give us the chance to sit and think about the First World War

Canadians need to be continuously reminded to never forget, writes professor emeritus of history Bill Waiser