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Dr. Sandy Bonny (PhD) is an Earth scientist, team lead of the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways and STEM Pathways programs in the College of Arts and Science, and an award-nominated writer of fiction and nonfiction.
The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is hosting a series of Lunch and Learns daily from Jan. 7–10. These presentations from across the college community address the intersections of Indigenous knowledges, pedagogical practices and contemporary art.
Thursday, Jan. 9
Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, 191 Murray Building, 3 Campus Dr.
Everyone is welcome
Guest speaker: Dr. Sandy Bonny (PhD)
Sandy Bonny is an Earth scientist, team lead of the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways and STEM Pathways programs in the College of Arts and Science, and an award-nominated writer of fiction and nonfiction.
Joel Bernbaum wins first Trudeau Foundation scholarship awarded at USask
Posted on 2020-04-08
Interdisciplinary PhD student Joel Bernbaum wins a $40,000/year three-year scholarship
USask professor’s book shortlisted for Canadian History Prize
Posted on 2020-04-07
Assembling Unity: Indigenous Politics, Gender, and the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, by Dr. Sarah Nickel (PhD), has been shortlisted for the 2020 Canadian Historical Association Best Scholarly Book in Canadian History Prize
Adam Pottle on connection through isolation: How COVID-19 is challenging Canadian literary accessibility
Posted on 2020-04-03
The pandemic has shown us that there's no excuse for making events inaccessible, writes Colleges of Arts and Science alumnus Dr. Adam Pottle (PhD'16)
USask Greystone Singers won’t let COVID-19 stop them
Posted on 2020-04-03
When a year-end concert was not possible due to social distancing, Greystone Singers director Dr. Jennifer Lang (PhD) came up with a way for the choir to perform virtually together
New USask program helps Indigenous students increase employability after graduation
Posted on 2020-04-02
The Indigenous Student Employment Readiness Program (ISERP) launched in the winter 2020 academic term
USask awarded $5 million to lead new CIHR Indigenous health research networks to address health disparities
Posted on 2020-04-01
A new $100.8-million, 16-year national program—Network Environments for Indigenous Health Research (NEIHR)—represents the largest-ever single investment in Indigenous health research in Canadian history