Celebrating Asian Heritage Month at USask

As the month of May begins, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) commemorates the nationally recognized Asian Heritage Month, honouring the legacy, contributions, and stories of members of the diverse Asian communities on our campuses and beyond.

Students and alumni of the Greystone Singers will perform in New York City on June 1.

Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable and understanding of what it means to become an anti-racist were some of the key takeaways for University of Saskatchewan (USask) staff who participated in anti-racism education and skill development this past year.

The Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation (JPCHF) and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are joining forces to improve children’s health through greater investment and emphasis on pediatric education and research.

The Certificate in Japanese Language and Culture launched in the College of Arts and Science in 2022

Over the next four years, the Northern Engagement and Community Outreach (NECO) program at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will receive $860,000 from PetSmart Charities of Canada in support of efforts addressing access to veterinary care in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, British Columbia and Canada’s northern territories.

USask graduate Jillian Ross (BFA’02) is sharing her knowledge of collaborative printmaking through an interactive exhibition at Remai Modern