News & Events
Mon January 15, 2018
No events scheduled today
U of S historians bring historical thinking to bear on various problems to better understand the human condition.
Bev Pike is known for large scale performative landform paintings.
Talking about literary works helps us to make sense of the world around us
Dining with the Assyrians: cuisine, consumption, and sacrifice at Ziyaret Tepe
A two-day festival for writers and book lovers featuring readings, discussions and writers' talks
SSHRC president Dr. Ted Hewitt discusses the contributions sociology can make to Canada
With guest speaker Jason Shum
Brenda Francis Pelkey's (MFA'94) photographic works create psychological meaning from experiences of public and private spaces.
Award-winning author Thomas King will visit on Jan. 29 as 2018 Arts & Science Book Club author
Participatory art creation with artist April Doepker
The lead up to the 2018 Paralympic games (March 8-18) is the perfect time to revisit Murderball
Two rascally, fortune-hunting rogues meet their match in 18th-century rural England
Indigenous Rights: The Subtle Revolution
Students interested in mathematical modelling are invited to participate in this international contest.
Philosophy in the Community: Prejudice, Stereotypes, and Credibility: Understanding Epistemic InjusticeFeb 9, 2018
A free lecture and discussion series
The Greystone Singers perform with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra and the Canadian Chamber Choir