Uplifting Indigenous voices: Fall symposium champions Indigenization at USask

A year after the implementation of the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) historic Indigenous Strategy, the USask community came together at the ohpahotân | oohpaahotaan Fall Symposium held Oct. 28, 2022, to connect, network, and share successes in implementing initiatives that champion Indigenization.

As Canadian institutions face the challenge of people who falsely claim to be Indigenous, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is sharing a new independent report that will contribute to the national conversation and inform the university’s continued implementation of policies and practices around this issue.

The second concert of the University of Saskatchewan’s new series celebrating its historic quartet of Amati String Instruments takes place on October 23rd.

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has moved up in Maclean’s magazine’s annual rankings of Canadian universities for 2023.

Grounded in the guidance of Elders and led by Indigenous community partners, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has taken another step forward in Indigenization on the path to reconciliation.

Whether beginning, continuing or returning to the world of post-secondary education, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Prince Albert (P.A.) campus provides an opportunity to achieve important goals a bit closer to home.

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