Sat April 1, 2017
Free public lecture by 2015 Nobel Laureate in Physics Art McDonald
Material Girls is about women taking up space.
Exhibit at the Museum of Antiquities features texts, nebulous shapes and magical tools that provoke the imagination
Works from the University Art Collection on view at the Kenderdine Art Gallery.
Faculty in the Art Department have been influential in Saskatoon’s artistic community since art classes were first offered on campus
WildEcol Seminar Series at the U of S and Environment Canada brings together wildlife researchers from academia, government, & beyond
Have fun and help send a group of students to Kalamazoo!
April 22, 1915: The Day Canada Confronted Modern Industrial Warfare. A public lecture series sponsored by the History Department and hosted by the Hose and Hydrant Brewing Company.
The 2017 De Brou Memorial Lecture in History presented by Benjamin Hoy
How the University of Winnipeg became one of the first in the country to make Indigenous learning part of its undergraduate degree requirements
An artist uses the synchrotron beam line to create an exhibition that merges art and science
Join us for free Literature Matters talks by members of the Department of English
A look at the inequities inherent in hook-up culture.