Supporting queerness in academic, research spaces

Queer, Métis USask PhD student focusing research to help local 2SLGBTQIA+ communities

USask arts and science student champions compassion, reconciliation

Métis student Brett Hildebrandt aspires to be a compassionate physician in the context of reconciliation

USask researcher receives funding for Indigenous-led substance abuse research program

Indigenous Studies associate professor and researcher Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) and the SK-NEIHR team will strengthen and increase Indigenous involvement

Indigenous student embraces new role at USask

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Nitanis Bear credits ISAP learning communities for establishing connections and retention at USask

College of Arts and Science Alumni of Influence recipients recognized for outstanding achievements

Gordon Beach, Tenille Campbell, Aaron Genest and Pat Atkinson have been selected as recipients of this year’s awards

USask awards ohpinamake Indigenous art prize to Joi T. Arcand

Arcand (BFA’06) is a multimedia artist from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation

The power of collaboration: Storytellers Challenge winners emphasize the importance of synergy in research

A collaboration between graduate students from USask and UBC secured a winning spot in the 2024 SSHRC Storytellers Challenge

'Each word is a spirit': Saskatoon play reinvents Shakespeare in English, French and Cree

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"It’s an honour that I get to translate — and I’ve got to do it right," said Cree language keeper and Department of Indigenous Studies faculty member Randy Morin

USask community marks Red Dress Day

Faculty, staff, and students were invited to an event to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people

USask archaeologists recognized for advice, advocacy on residential school graves searches

Canadian Archaeological Association working group has won a Governor General’s Innovation Award

USask double honours student has passion for volunteering

“Follow your interests,” says award-winning computer science and math student Fraser McLeod

Grandparents inspire Indigenous studies student at USask

Eileen Lennie-Koshman wants to empower Indigenous people to tell their stories