Vancouver Sun

Ted Hughes, who investigated former premier Vander Zalm, dies at age 92 

USask alumnus and civil servant Ted Hughes (BA'48, LLB'50, LLD'11) was known as someone who set the bar high for elected officials

Bill Waiser: Saskatchewan’s historian 

Dr. Bill Waiser (DLitt) has devoted his life and career to telling people’s stories

USask alumna has advice for students seeking careers in history

Dr. Alice Glaze (PhD), research director at a historical services firm, suggests students keep an open mind about career options

Arts & Culture

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Department of Drama theatre named for Henry Woolf

Prof. Emeritus Henry Woolf, a retired faculty member, has been influential locally and internationally as an actor, teacher, director and playwright

Anthropomorphosis: Giving a Face to the Abstract in Art

Apr 17, 2020 to Jun 12, 2020
An exhibition featuring the works of master stone carver Rob Assié alongside key sculptures and artifacts in the Museum of Antiquities collection

Spring Shall Bloom: Choral Celebration Concert

Mar 29, 2020
The Greystone Singers and University Chorus perform a selection of songs from various eras and styles

College Vision

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Taking the next steps: Reclaimed stone key to Indigenous Achievement Week art project

All are welcome to work with Indigenous artist-in-residence Lyndon Tootoosis at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery from Feb. 3 - 7

Stone Carving in the Arts Building

Feb 4, 2020 to Feb 7, 2020
Small samples of slate will be carved in the Arts Building as part of a collaborative art project for Indigenous Achievement Week

Indigenous Achievement Week Collaborative Art Project

Feb 3, 2020 to Feb 7, 2020
All are welcome to join USask Indigenous Artist-in-Residence Lyndon Tootoosis in the creation of new artwork at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery


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Catherine Blackburn performance

Jan 30, 2020
USask alumna and artist-in-residence Catherine Blackburn (BFA'07) will receive a traditional Indigenous marking

Reasonable Doubt: A Theatrical Journey in Community Talking, Listening and Healing

Jan 27, 2020
Reasonable Doubt is a new documentary play that will have its world premiere at Persephone Theatre from Jan. 29 - Feb. 12, 2020

Nunavut News

Kenojuak Ashevak exhibition opening at University of Saskatchewan to be broadcast to Cape Dorset residents 

USask's College Art Gallery will be the first venue to host the national touring exhibition

Politics & Society

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Understanding Health and Well-Being from the Indigenous Indian Psychology Perspective

Mar 26, 2020
Dr. Meetu Khosla (PhD) of the University of Delhi examines India’s Indigenous psychology and its applications for modern life

Settler News Narratives of HIV Non-Disclosure: Deconstructing Representations of Indigeneity, Sexuality and Law

Mar 12, 2020
Dr. Emily Snyder (PhD) delivers the annual New Feminist Research Lecture

Taming Cannabis: Drugs and Empire in 19th-Century France

Apr 2, 2020
A talk by Dr. David Guba (PhD) in the History of Health, Medicine and Social Justice Speaker Series

Science & Technology

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CBC Saskatoon

Chemist researching impacts of poor indoor air quality 

"We spend more than 90 per cent of our time indoors," says USask researcher Dr. Tara Kahan (PhD)

On Campus News

Uniquely USask: Rare gravity meter a cornerstone of the geophysics program 

Virtually every graduate of the University of Saskatchewan's geophysics program has laid hands on the rare Lacoste and Romberg Model G gravity meter

On Campus News

New environmental geoscience program offered at USask 

Bachelor of Science degree will position graduates to take on a number of growing job opportunities in responsible resource extraction and environmental stewardship

Students & Campus Life

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James E. Greer Prize recognizes undergraduate research

The new $1,000 undergraduate award carries on the legacy of an inspirational teacher and researcher

College of Arts and Science students recognized at Pinning Ceremony

College pins were presented to students in celebration of milestones in their academic careers

SHIFT Student and Young Alumni Conference

Feb 26, 2020
Event aims to prepare College of Arts and Science undergraduate students, graduate students and recent alumni for life after graduation

Voices & Opinion

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The Conversation

Google claims to have invented a quantum computer, but IBM begs to differ 

Professor of physics and engineering physics Dr. Michael Bradley (PhD) writes about where we are in the wonderful and wild world of quantum computation

CBC Saskatoon

Glass half full?: The world is getting better, says U of S philosophy professor 

Prof. Dwayne Moore outlined his argument at a community talk at The Refinery

Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Fees May Apply: Majority of Sask. residents surveyed want province to make local governments more transparent 

Political studies professor Dr. Joe Garcea (PhD) said the StarPhoenix/Leader-Post investigation exposes a “democratic deficit”