Rohel finds dual degree the best of both worlds 

Remington Rohel is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (engineering physics) and a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science

Computer science graduate student awarded Graduate Thesis Award 

Saikat Mondal has been awarded a University of Saskatchewan Graduate Thesis Award (Master's) in the Physical and Engineering Sciences

Seattle Met Top Doctor title awarded to LLRIB member and USask graduate 

From Saskatchewan to Seattle, College of Arts and Science graduate Dr. Jessica Schule (BSc'12) is making a name for herself in the field of medicine

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USask professors aim to help Saskatchewan kids notice nature this summer

Dr. Erika Dyck (PhD), a faculty member in the Department of History, created a community heritage activity card for Notice Nature

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Anthropology was perfect fit for Huskie football player 

Isaac Rogers received his Bachelor of Arts (honours) degree in anthropology during USask's 2021 Spring Convocation

Place-based Indigenous Literatures in Educational Settings

Jun 18, 2021
A roundtable discussion by Saskatchewan Ânskohk Writers’ Circle Inc. and the Department of English

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Music professor named interim associate dean student affairs

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Dr. Darrin Oehlerking (DMA) has been appointed to a key leadership role in the College of Arts and Science

Message of congratulations from Dean Peta Bonham-Smith

The College of Arts and Science's 2021 spring graduation celebration will be held online on Tuesday, June 1 at 5 pm

College of Arts and Science recognizes distinguished staff

Shannon Boklaschuk and Joni Morman are the winners of the 2021 Dean’s Distinguished Staff Award

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Preserving and promoting Indigenous languages 

Professor Randy Morin is one of a small group of language experts working to ensure Indigenous languages not only survive, but thrive

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Plight of northern trappers shows need for education and activism: USask professor 

The hardships and environmental damage reported by trappers in Northern Saskatchewan should be a “wake-up call” for all Canadians, says Indigenous studies professor Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD)

‘A trailblazer and role model for Indigenous women in science’: USask graduate honours her heritage through new STEM business

College of Arts and Science graduate Dawn Pratt (MSc'11) is the founder of Askenootow STEM Enterprise Inc.

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USask faculty recognized for exemplary teamwork 

Anthropology professor Dr. Pamela Downe (PhD) and Prairie Harm Reduction were honoured with the inaugural Publicly Engaged Scholarship Team Award

USask student creates online exhibit showcasing queer history in Saskatchewan

Megan Gorsalitz (BA'20) worked on the project as a student employee at the Diefenbaker Canada Centre

USask researcher honoured with two national sociology awards

Dr. Terry Wotherspoon (PhD) has been recognized for his significant contributions to sociology in Canada and for exceptional scholarly merit

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Sarty’s USask team tests technology for MRI in space 

Thirty thousand feet at a time, Dr. Gordon Sarty (PhD) is closing in on his dream of putting magnetic resonance imaging technology into space

New $1.65-million project will help develop next generation of scientists 

The NSERC CREATE to INSPIRE program will train students how to work with Canada’s only synchrotron while learning the essential interpersonal and professional skills to thrive in a fast-paced, high-tech, team environment

Smartphone survey to collect Saskatchewan residents’ perception of COVID-19 

Participants can complete the simple surveys through the Ethica smartphone app—an end-to-end research platform created by members of Dr. Nathaniel Osgood’s computer science team

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Award-winning English student discovers value of liberal arts 

Logan Thienes, winner of the Ronald and Mary Dyck Memorial Award, learned to engage with other worldviews

We’re still here: USask virtual Pride Week celebrates community connection 

While activities have gone digital, the USask campus community finds meaningful ways of coming together for Saskatoon Pride Week

College of Arts and Science honours top graduates

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At an online event, the College of Arts and Science recognized new graduates for their outstanding academic achievements

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New stat holiday a chance to 'get educated,' Sask. residential school survivor says 

For real action, Indigenous people need to be part of policy decision-making, said Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD), a faculty member in the Department of Indigenous Studies

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What I told my child about the Kamloops graves—to honour the 215 

College of Arts and Science alumna Tenille Campbell (BA'07) describes the exhaustion of hearing about residential school trauma, and her determination to share those stories with the next generation

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Canada must do more to ensure global access to vaccines 

Dr. Simonne Horwitz (D. Phil), a faculty member in the Department of History, says wealthy countries should be purchasing vaccines “on a one-to-one basis” and contributing to COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access