USask unites: Medical students double fundraising goal to send supplies to northern Saskatchewan communities

Since the first cases of COVID-19 were announced in the province, members of the USask community have come together to support one another in these uncertain times.

Mayan spirituality focus of Indigenous studies scholar’s PhD research

When Dr. Leonzo Barreno (PhD) decided to pursue his doctoral degree, he chose the University of Saskatchewan (USask) because of its Department of Indigenous Studies.

USask psychology student named College of Arts and Science’s most distinguished graduate

University of Saskatchewan (USask) psychology student Ana Carolina de Barros has been awarded the Haslam Medal, recognizing her as the College of Arts and Science’s most distinguished graduate.

USask geography graduate develops model to estimate transit ridership changes

Sarah Bree enrolled in her first geography class at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) because a friend was taking it.

Kinesiology’s Bhargava sweeps college honours

Every year in June, the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Kinesiology recognizes its Most Outstanding Graduate and Dean’s Medal Recipient. This year, the college is proud to recognize the same student for both awards: Sahya Bhargava.

Giving a lifeline of support

Thanks to donor support through scholarships and bursaries, University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Nursing student Kyla Richarson is ready to apply the skills she learned in the classroom and provide compassionate care.

A successful Cruise through the College of Law

With so many highlights during Allyse Cruise’s three-year law school career at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), it’s impossible to mention just one.