Indigenous education at USask focused on relationships and building leaders

For Yvette Arcand, the Indian Teacher Education Program’s (ITEP) 48-year success as a national leader in Indigenous education at the University of Saskatchewan comes down to one thing: a sense of family.

Student-created videos shine a light on collaborations between Museum of Antiquities, Canadian Light Source

Students and faculty members at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are raising awareness of the benefits of collaborative interdisciplinary research by highlighting how synchrotron science can provide new information about historical and cultural artifacts.

USask researcher seeks stories about historic 62-year-old mining strike

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher wants to speak with anyone who has stories about a historic mining strike that started 62 years ago in Ontario and affected thousands of Canadian workers and community members.

WCVM graduates part of USask Fall Convocation

A group of 13 graduate students from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) will be part of the University of Saskatchewan's Fall Convocation celebrations in November 2020.

New dental clinic on USask Prince Albert Campus welcomes patients

The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Dentistry has officially opened a seven-chair dental clinic on the USask Prince Albert Campus and is now accepting patients. 

His father's son: Nazeem Muhajarine connects the coronavirus and human behaviour

The way people perceive threats in a pandemic affects the spread of COVID-19, according to social epidemiologist Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine (PhD).

USask researcher building new model for MS care

As the search for a cause and a cure for multiple sclerosis (MS) continues around the world, Dr. Sarah Donkers (PhD) is exploring new ways to improve the lives of individuals living with the disease here in Saskatchewan.