Sean Hooper, a 3rd-year Elementary Education student, was recipient of the 2017 Saskatchewan Triathlon Coach of the Year Award.
Injury does not stop baton twirling champion named a Finalist for the 2017 Sask Sport Athlete of the Year
Kyanna Giles was named a Canada West First Team All-Star Feb 22, 2018
• 2016-17 U SPORTS Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Year • 2016-17 Canada West Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Year • 2016-17 Canada West Women’s Basketball All-Rookie Team • 2016-17 Canada West Women’s Basketball Third-Team All-Star
Exchange students from Costa Rica
Veronica Segura Picado and Luis Bolanos Gomez (Photo credit: Shuana Niessen)
Returning Student, Chris Kiosses, Fulfills Dream of a Degree in Education
You can return to university and succeed. Just ask Chris Kiosses who achieved his dream of a degree at the U of R. Photo by Rae Graham – U of R Photography.
International Study Tour to Mexico
Raquel Bellefleur Presents Paper With Instructor Katia Hildebrandt
Undergrad student Raquel Bellefleur and Instructor Katia Hildebrandt present paper at #DPR15
Discourse, Power, Resistance 15:
Creative Spaces for Collective Voices, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Pre-Intern Takes the Leap: Teaching Treaty Education
Pre-intern Meagan Dobson at the Witness Blanket with Grade 6 students
An Exchange Student from Finland Story
Jenna Balk is an exchange student from the University of Eastern Finland. She is in her final year of a 3-year B.Ed. degree, taking three courses at the University of Regina. Photo credit: Shuana Niessen
SUNTEP Students Present at WestCAST
Photo (L-R): Doug Jarvis, Elsa Ramos-McKenzie, and Crystal Norris, Year 2 SUNTEP at 2015 WestCAST conference in Saskatoon.
Mapping Adult Education: An Arts-Based Performance Project
Doctoral students from an Adult Education course (EAHR 931) present an arts-based participatory performance project entitled, “Mapping Adult Education in Saskatchewan: The Stories”
Photo credit: Shuana Niessen
Grad Student Russell Paskimen
Grad Student Russell Paskimen: Sheldon-Williams Collegiate aboriginal advocate teacher, Russell Paskimen is one of seven AATs working at different public high schools across the city. Responsible for making contact with self-declared aboriginal students and their families and offering supports, his goal is to transition students from Gr. 8 into high school and into post-secondary. Photo from LeaderPost