Dentistry develops progressive programs

With two major new programs starting in May and more on the way, it’s an exciting time for the ever-evolving and expanding College of Dentistry.

World Class Day: USask to host online student research conference

An event hosted by the University of Saskatchewan (USask) on March 24 and 25 will bring together people from around the world in a virtual celebration of students’ research.

USask creating pathways to help Indigenous students enter engineering and succeed

The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Engineering has launched a program designed to help more Indigenous people enter the college and successfully complete their degrees.

‘It’s like a little beading oasis’: Ruth Cuthand brings her skills to the Arts Building

Since last summer, University of Saskatchewan (USask) students, faculty and staff have been learning to bead with artist Ruth Cuthand.

Global studies program grows

An increasingly popular certificate program that encourages students to become more active and aware global citizens is expanding at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

USask student bound for Ottawa after winning district Japanese speech contest

On March 2, College of Arts and Science student Peng Ma became the latest University of Saskatchewan (USask) competitor to win his category in the Alberta District Japanese Speech Contest held in Edmonton.

“These things live with us”: Arts and Science Book Club author Katherena Vermette on The Break

Katherena Vermette tried hard not to think of the “bigger picture” as she was writing The Break.