News & Events


Mon November 1, 2021

Today's Events

No events scheduled today

Ongoing Events

Proliferate: works on paper

Sep 13 - Dec 18, 2021

An exhibition bringing together a selection of works on paper from USask’s vast art collection

derdie: PLAY

Oct 8 - Dec 18, 2021

A collaborative exhibition of visual, interactive and performance art by two interdisciplinary artists

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Upcoming Events

Celebrating Elizabeth Brewster

Nov 3, 2021

A webinar featuring writer and poet Ingrid Ruthig, hosted by the MFA in Writing Program

The Global Cafe: China’s Role in the Global Order – Consequences for Canada?

Nov 4, 2021

Join the Department of Political Studies on Nov. 4 for an online talk presented by Margaret Cornish

Political Studies Speakers’ Series: Social Media and Genocide: The Case for Home State Responsibility

Nov 5, 2021

Join the Department of Political Studies for a talk by Kyle Rapp, a visiting research fellow at the Amsterdam Center for International Law and a PhD candidate in political science and international relations at the University of Southern California

Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra: Back In The Swing of Things!

Nov 13, 2021

Department of Music head Dean McNeill is artistic director of the Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra

Second Annual Peter Scherk Lecture in Geometry

Nov 16, 2021

Prof. Edward Witten, of the Institute for Advanced Study, will present a lecture on Nov. 16 titled "An Overview of Knots and Gauge Theory"

Greystone Theatre: Concord Floral

Nov 17-27, 2021

Teenagers stumble onto a hidden secret in an abandoned greenhouse in this thriller by Jordan Tannahill

The Collaborative Composition of "Cosmic Suite"

Nov 17, 2021

A talk in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music

Representing Saskatchewan to the World: A Conversation with the SK Managing Directors in Japan, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates

Nov 18, 2021

The Department of Political Studies will host an online Global Café event on Nov. 18

Where on Earth was Joseph Conrad Born?

Nov 19, 2021

A talk in the Department of English’s Literature Matters series by Ludmilla Voitkovska

Beyond Words: Dictionaries and Indigenous Languages

Nov 24 - Dec 1, 2021

The USask Department of Linguistics hosts a travelling exhibit from the Canadian Language Museum

Linguistics Lunch: Making Dictionaries

Nov 24, 2021

The USask Department of Linguistics hosts a virtual discussion of its faculty members’ community-driven work in Ecuador

USask Concert Band: Celebrating Traditional and New Music

Nov 24, 2021

The USask Concert Band presents a variety of music in its semester end concert

The Power of Stories in Communicating Novel Food Technology

Nov 26, 2021

A seminar by Dr. Yang Yang (PhD), hosted by the USask Department of Economics

Greystone Singers and University Chorus: A Path to Hope

Nov 28, 2021

A concert that reflects the joy of choral music

Staging Wild with Jordan Tannahill

Nov 29, 2021

Playwright Jordan Tannahill discusses non-human subjectivity in performance as part of the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in drama

Climate Change and Freshwater Sustainability: A Saskatchewan Perspective After COP26

Nov 30, 2021

Dr. John Pomeroy (PhD), director of the Global Water Futures Programme, will deliver a College of Arts and Science Special Public Lecture