Politics & Society

Métis cancer survivors share their stories of confronting and beating cancer

They are raw, they are real, and they are inspiring, and thanks to a new project from USask, they will finally be heard

USask faculty learned as much from students in sustainability fellowship

Six USask faculty fellows each contributed a chapter for a newly released book

Métis cancer survivor experiences documented in digital storytelling project

Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) co-led a project that highlighted stories of Métis cancer survivors in Saskatchewan

Eight songs that ‘inspire inclusion’ on International Women’s Day

USask Women’s and Gender Studies Program faculty members give their song recommendations

‘A pioneer as a female artist’: New exhibition celebrates Sask. painter’s landscape legacy

USask graduate Wynona Croft Mulcaster (BA'43) found inspiration on the Canadian prairies and in Mexico

Women and girls in STEM: ‘Different perspectives are always good’

USask chemistry assistant professor reflects on gender divide in STEM-related studies

In photos: Exploring Black joy and wellness as a form of resistance

Several Arts and Science students participated in the photo project, 'Mosaic of Black Joy and Wellness'

Black History Month at USask: 'There's no wrong way to be who you are'

University of Saskatchewan (USask) business economics students Azee Amoo and Teniola Bolaji talk about what Black History Month means to them

Scholars receive prestigious History of Healthcare funding to explore health and society

USask Department of History researchers Justin Fisher and Matthew Barret are among 11 historians working to enhance healthcare in Canada

USask cybersecurity expert weighs in on AI benefits and risks

Computer Science associate professor Natalia Stakhanova (PhD) talks about the limitations and benefits of embracing AI

Is the beloved snowman melting away for good in Toronto? We asked experts

Toronto Star
Water research expert Dr. John Pomeroy (PhD) discusses the shorter snow season in Canada

More than 70% of Canada is 'abnormally dry.' Here's why

CTV News
Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change John Pomeroy explains why 2023 was 'such a dry year'