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U of S researchers partner with First Nations community to measure climate change

Department of Geography and Planning faculty members are working with the Okanese First Nation on a project to track and adapt to the effects of climate change

Archaeology and Anthropology 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

Feb 7, 2019
Archaeology as Reconciliation: Community-Based Heritage Projects in Canada

Archaeology and Anthropology 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

Jan 10, 2019
Reverse Ethnography: Decolonizing Approaches to Anthropological Research

Saskatoon Express: Jeffery Straker excited to perform with SSO

Canadian pianist and University of Saskatchewan alumnus Jeffery Straker (BSc'96) heading to Saskatoon for show

CAUT: Stewart Reid Fellowship winner announced

Claire Thomson (BA'12, MA'15) received two degrees from the University of Saskatchewan

'It's a total dream': Award-winning alumnus showcases work alongside famed New York painter

Exhibition at College Art Galleries features art by Zachari Logan and Ross Bleckner

Arts & Culture

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From Collation to Edition: One Small Step, One Giant Leap

Oct 18, 2018
Dominik Wujastyk is Singhmar Chair in Classical Indian Society and Polity at the University of Alberta

Mixing Stars and Sand: The Art & Legacy of Sarain Stump

Oct 15, 2018 to Dec 15, 2018
Sarain Stump (1945–1974) was an Italian-born Plains Cree autodidact and polymath artist, writer, musician, actor and educator

New U of S exhibition showcases historic photos of life in China in 1971

China Through Canadian Eyes opens on Sept. 24 and runs until Oct. 5 at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

College Vision

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2018 Fall Convocation award winners

Alexis Dahl, Kathryn Labelle, Anthony Kusalik and Raj Srinivasan will receive some of the University of Saskatchewan's highest honours

College of Arts and Science professor to be recognized with internationalization award

Raj Srinivasan has ensured an exchange of students, faculty and administrators between the U of S and Indian institutions

Four faculty members receive college research awards

Chanchal Roy, Jim Clifford, Neil Chilton and Alison Norlen have been recognized for outstanding contributions to science, scholarship and artistic work

Politics & Society

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SSRL partners with Saskatchewan media to explore ‘hot-button issues’

Championing strong methodological survey practices important in time of 'fake news,' says director

The Global Cafe

Oct 25, 2018
Food, friends and great discussion!

CBC News: 'Truth hurts': Sask. Trump supporters say deep down you like him too

Almost one in five people surveyed agree with Trump's values: University of Saskatchewan survey

Science & Technology

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CBC News: From room-sized machines to power in your pocket

Retired prof talks about 50 years of computer science at the U of S

Taller plants slowly replacing short grasses, bushes in North

Research shows that as the Arctic warms up, the habitat of plants and animals is rapidly changing

U of S researchers awarded $8M to tackle social, climate issues

Computer science professor Regan Mandryk will study how the design of multiplayer videogames can have positive or harmful interactions among players

Students & Campus Life

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Student-curated exhibition highlights history of computers

Vintage computers are displayed among artifacts from antiquity at the Museum of Antiquities

College of Arts and Science launches Fall Events Guide

Featuring lectures, exhibitions, concerts and galas happening on campus and in Saskatoon

Schulich scholars set to study at U of S

For Vaidehee Lanke and Joel Pollak, their summers spent at the University of Saskatchewan were among their most memorable experiences during their high school years

Voices & Opinion

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The City: A Veil Between Worlds

Oct 30, 2018
Featuring Professor Ryan Walker from the Department of Geography and Planning

The Conversation: How naming poison frogs helps fight their illegal trade

Poaching and trafficking threatens sought-after animals and plants, U of S researchers write

The Western Producer: Canadian water laws due for revision: expert

Professor John Pomeroy believes federal and provincial laws need to be updated