News & Events

Until further notice, all College of Arts and Science in-person events are cancelled due the COVID-19 pandemic. Some events are going ahead in an online format. Visit updates.usask.ca for more information.

 

Tue September 1, 2020

Today's Events

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Upcoming Events

Arts and Science Orientation 2020

Sep 2, 2020

An official welcome to the College of Arts and Science for new students

Workshop: Applying Social Network Analysis with R

Sep 2, 2020 to Sep 4, 2020

A three-day practical workshop on how to analyze social network data with R, a programming language and software environment used for data analysis

“Students First” September Instagram Contest

Sep 2, 2020 to Sep 29, 2020

The College of Arts and Science is giving away a $250 gift card each week in September

Workshop: Statistical Analysis for Social Network Data

Sep 7, 2020 to Sep 11, 2020

A five-day workshop focusing on different statistical tests for social network analysis

WebEx Info Session: What Are Peer Mentors and How Can They Help?

Sep 8, 2020

Learn about a mentorship program that helps first-year students in the College of Arts and Science with the transition to university life

Book Launch: A RADIANT LIFE by Merle Massie

Sep 15, 2020

USask hosts a virtual event to launch the new biography of Sylvia Fedoruk (BA'49, MA'51) by Dr. Merle Massie (BA'93, MA'98, PhD'11)

David Braid: Do Rules Help or Hinder Originality?

Sep 16, 2020

A talk in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS), hosted by the Department of Music

WebEx Info Session: Safe Space in a Virtual World

Sep 17, 2020

How can you become a good citizen of the internet?

WebEx Info Session: Managing Stress

Sep 23, 2020

Learn about the effects of stress on your body and mind, and start developing healthy practices

Carolyn Christie: Confidence, Motivation and Self Talk Management for Musicians

Sep 30, 2020

A talk in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS), hosted by the Department of Music