Wendy Wilson wins the Sylvia Wallace Sessional...
Women’s and Gender Studies and Sociology are pleased to announce that Wendy Wilson has won the Gwenna Moss Sylvia Wallace Sessional Lecturer Award. The nomination, prepared by Marie Lovrod, WGST Coordinator, and Carolyn Brooks, Assistant Professor of Sociology, almost wrote itself; colleagues from both units were more than happy to contribute glowing letters in support...
ICCC Brewing Ideas - Cultural Artifacts and...
When: Thursday, February 16th Time: 3:00pm Where: DRC, Arts 145 The ICCC is proud to launch a new conversation series, “Brewing Ideas”. The interdisciplinary sessions are designed to promote conversation about creative and culturally relevant topics. The monthly sessions are open to all faculty and students. Everyone is welcome to join us for freshly brewed coffee, snacks and...
Gerry Klein, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, had great... →
December 2, 2010 - Gerry Klein from the Saskatoon Star Phoenix’s editorial had great things to say about the ICCC and it’s commitment to “connect disciplines within the University… forge links with the broader community…”.
Exploring Culture - Call for Proposals
The ICCC is seeking applications from faculty in the division of Humanities and Fine Arts who want to form ICCC Working Groups. In each such group, interdisciplinary scholars and artists will plan and initiate research or engage in other scholarly exchanges. Each group should be led by a faculty member in the Division. Student representation is encouraged. Each Working Group will receive a...
Nurture - Reshaping the Process: The Convergence...
An interdisciplinary art exhibition exploring the dialogues between Art & Science. Monday, June 21st 10am - 4pm, Room 1E80, Agriculture Building, University of Saskatchewan.
Ideas to Ivory Tower (I2I)
May 6, 2010 – The second discussion in the Ideas to Ivory Tower (I2I) series was led by speakers Patricia Roe, Leader for Communications and Public Relations at Sherbrooke Community Centre, and Anne Simpson the 2009-10 Writer-in-Residence at the Saskatoon Public Library. Sherbrooke Community Centre is not only a home for elders, but a thriving community which is enriched by community...