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USask graduate makes history as FSIN Vice Chief

USask graduate and visual artist Wally Dion (BFA’04) returns to campus for skodenstoodis, a major solo exhibition at the College Art Galleries.

USask alumnus Dennis Whyte (BE’86) is leading efforts at MIT to make clean, economical fusion energy a reality.

After successfully completing his three-year term as senior government relations officer at the University of Saskatchewan’s Canadian Light Source, former provincial cabinet minister Rob Norris is leaving that role and retiring from the University of Saskatchewan.

In late March, Nikaela Lange (BA’21) had the unique opportunity to join aspiring leaders from across Canada at McCall MacBain Scholarship final interviews in Montréal.

Veteran, who came to USask to get her education after Second World War, was awarded the Bletchley Park Commemorative Badge awarded by the U.K. for all “Silent Listeners” (i.e., code breakers associated with Bletchley Park).

Biomedical sciences student Ishita Mann will be presented with the medal on April 26 during a ceremony at Government House.