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USask rises and expands success in QS international subject rankings

USask increased the number of ranked subjects in the international QS World University Rankings by Subject

‘There’s so much about a dog that touches people’s hearts’

Green & White
Sociology professor Dr. Colleen Dell (PhD) and USask graduate Doreen Stumborg (BA'09, MFA'20) are part of the PAWS Your Stress Team

USask announces 2024 Images of Research contest winners

Winning submissions included images from projects in the Departments of Art and Art History, and Biology,

USask water researcher discusses impact of microplastics on planet

USask researcher Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace recommends observing Earth Day by making impactful changes as a consumer

International Women’s Day at USask: Reflecting on history, building the future

The USask community recognizes and celebrates the many contributions of women to our vibrant campus this International Women’s Day

Seven Arts and Science recipients honoured at USask Indigenous Student Achievement Awards

Arts and Science Indigenous students recognized for academic excellence, community engagement, leadership, research and resiliency

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'

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

The top 10 stories of 2023

A list of the College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories

Former USask faculty member becomes one of New Zealand’s chief science advisors

Dr. Simon Lambert (PhD) is the first holder of a newly created position with the Ministry for the Environment

Jennifer Lang named College of Arts and Science acting vice-dean academic

Department of Music faculty member has a record of academic innovation

Dr. Angela Jaime appointed vice-provost, Indigenous engagement

Indigenous Studies professor Dr. Angela M. Jaime (PhD) has been appointed to the role for a five-year term