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University Affairs: Imagine a ‘reconciled education system’

College of Arts & Science leaders Kristina Bidwell and Lawrence Martz discuss Aboriginal faculty recruitment at Canada's third annual Building Reconciliation Forum

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Video: Cree language expert Randy Morin teaches five Cree words

Randy Morin, a fluent Cree speaker from Big River First Nation, is a faculty member in the Department of Indigenous Studies

Video: Adam Beach on Rewriting the Hollywood Indian

Speaking on campus, the award-winning actor challenges representations of Indigenous people in film

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: John Bergstrom: Remembering a pioneer of the Canadian Light Source

Remembering Professor Emeritus John Bergstrom (Physics and Engineering Physics), who passed away on Nov. 29

Exhibition: Shelby Lund Monotypes

Dec 6, 2017 to Jan 31, 2018
Saskatoon artist Shelby Lund (BFA'15) exhibits monotype prints at local gallery

2018 Writing North: Hurry Hard: Writing in Competitive Times

Jan 19, 2018 to Jan 20, 2018
A two-day festival for writers and book lovers featuring readings, discussions and writers' talks

Arts & Culture

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Artist Talk: Bev Pike

Jan 17, 2018
Bev Pike is known for large scale performative landform paintings.

Literature Matters: Dollhouse on Fire

Jan 17, 2018
Talking about literary works helps us to make sense of the world around us

Movies that Matter: Latin American Film Fest

Jan 13, 2018
Featuring films from Colombia and Peru

Featured Courses & Programs

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Studying abroad in Iceland

Makenzie Correa ventured to Iceland and took Creative Leadership in the 21st Century at Bifröst University

Drafting a school of architecture

Plans continue to move forward for an architecture school housed in the College of Arts & Science

Studying abroad in France

How one student pushed himself to study in another country

Politics & Society

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Sociologist receives national equity award

Elizabeth Quinlan has received a national award recognizing her work promoting equality and justice

CBC News: Saskatoon Catholic hospital to return $25K donation after lingerie fundraiser

Professor Marie Lovrod described the event as a "contradiction" and "hypocrisy."

Marie Claire: Sexism Is Sending Women into Actual Clinical Depression

There's a gender gap in depression, thanks to all the gender gaps everywhere else in our lives,” says Linda McMullen (Psychology).

Science & Technology

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Global News: Two U of S scientists granted access to new Microsoft technology for crop research

Tony Kusalik and Ian Stavness are among the first grant recipients of Microsoft’s “AI for Earth” program.

Global News: 2 widely used pesticides toxic to songbirds: research

Researcher Christy Morrissey (Biology) says two of the most widely used pesticides are toxic to songbirds

Physics professor recognized by American Physical Society

Chary Rangacharyulu elected an APS fellow for contributions to science

Students & Campus Life

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2018 Arts & Science Book Club: The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King

Jan 29, 2018
Award-winning author Thomas King will visit on Jan. 29 as 2018 Arts & Science Book Club author

Geology students grab $10,000 prize in global competition

Team of Master of Science students takes second place for the Frank Arnott Award

CBC Future 40 winners

Five alumni/students recognized as leaders and change-makers

Voices & Opinion

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CBC News: Each SUNTEP Indigenous teaching grad boosts Sask. economy by $11M: report

A new report by Eric Howe (Department of Economics) shows grads of the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program are literally worth their weight in gold

Mein Trumpf: From the New Deal to The Art of the Deal, and On to the Abyss?

Ryerson Centre for Free Expression features blog article by Len Findlay (English)

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Cameco's gender diversity figures 'disappointing,' its vice president says

"I think we can do more," says alumna Alice Wong, Cameco senior vice-president and chief corporate officer