Saskatoon Express: Live Five addition a double bill of one-person shows

Elemental highlights work from USask alumni Danielle Altrogge (BA'14, MFA'17) and Charlie Peters (BFA'13)

Finding inspiration in innovation

Dr. Leila Dehabadi (PhD) came to USask from Iran to conduct innovative chemistry research with industry applications

USask alumna curates latest exhibition at College Art Galleries

Lindsey V. Sharman earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at USask in 2007

Arts & Culture

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College of Arts and Science faculty, alumni shortlisted for Saskatchewan Book Awards

Awards ceremony will be held on April 27, 2019, at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina

My Life as a Musician

Mar 16, 2019
A free public talk by Yamaha recording artist Bobby Shew

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Greystone Theatre takes a trip to Ireland in play by renowned film writer

'The wit is just sparkling,' says director and drama professor Dr. Dwayne Brenna (PhD)

College Vision

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USask launches new Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling

Departments of Indigenous studies, English and drama collaborate on multi-disciplinary program

Interactive USask art project addresses decolonization and Indigenization

Project by Ruth Cuthand (BFA’83, MFA’92) and Vanessa Hyggen (BA’17) combines beadwork and architectural stone

$1.85M in federal grants awarded for USask social science and humanities research

Recipients include faculty from departments of Indigenous studies, history, sociology, philosophy and linguistics/religious studies


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Indigenous students honoured for achievements

Thirteen College of Arts and Science students received Indigenous Student Achievement Awards from the University of Saskatchewan

USask student and educator hopes to have a dramatic career

Exploring the importance of creativity and the role it can play in bringing meaning and value to students’ lives is a passion for Christopher Krug-Iron

Women, Gender and Sexualities Studies student is making sense of the world through her education

Shaylyn White changed majors after she found herself drawn to the discussions she was having in a class

Politics & Society

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Public Lecture: Gender and Ethnicity in the Memoirs of Penny Petrone

Mar 25, 2019
Presented by Professor Margherita Ganeri, Università della Calabria (Italy)

Destination Downtown: A Public Conversation

Mar 12, 2019
Join His Worship Mayor Charlie Clark, Larry Beasley CM, FCIP and visiting expert panelists for a far-reaching discussion about building a vibrant downtown Saskatoon

Providing a path to the justice system

The Department of Sociology's Indigenous Justice and Criminology program is unique in North America

Science & Technology

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Global News: USask research on apparent hungry slugs reveals new timeline for life on Earth

Research on African fossils involving the University of Saskatchewan suggests organisms on Earth were capable of movement 2.1 billion years ago

Spherical display brings virtual collaboration closer to reality

USask and UBC researchers have developed a ball-shaped VR display that supports up to two users at a time

Fossils show evidence of earliest moving creatures

Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) have helped uncover the earliest evidence ever found of organisms capable of movement

Students & Campus Life

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MAJOR Possibilities

Mar 5, 2019
Your chance to find your perfect major and learn where Arts and Science programs can take you

Branching out: MFA student writes interactive stories for video games

Tonia Laird worked on blockbuster video game series Dragon Age before coming to the University of Saskatchewan

A Celebration of Women in Astronomy

Mar 8, 2019
The public lecture will be held on International Women's Day

Voices & Opinion

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The Conversation: A new board game designed to teach the old rules of masculinity

Dr. Frank Klaassen (PhD) explains why he had his students create a board game about medieval history

Love, online dating and relationships focus of 50th annual Sorokin Lecture

Department of Sociology's lecture held in honour of world-renowned sociologist Pitirim A. Sorokin

CBC News: Garbage flip-flop makes city council look divided and erratic: Saskatoon prof

"One wonders how it came to this," says USask political studies professor Dr. Joseph Garcea (PhD)