piihtikway, pihtikwe tawāw, Come in, Indigenous students interested in Engineering. Welcome to our session for the Indigenous Student Experience Days!
Let us tell you about the RE-ENGINEERED first-year program
Succeed in Engineering!
We've changed first-year engineering to focus on your success. Our experts in engineering education talked to students and professors and studied the latest research in teaching and learning.
Your classes won't last the full semester - they'll be shorter so we can cover more topics. You'll be able to take what you've learned in one class and immediately apply it in another. And, because you'll be quizzed and tested throughout the semester - we've eliminated final exams.
Indigenous Students in Engineering
We provide meaningful access to engineering for Indigenous Peoples, while we build and maintain respectful relationships with Indigenous communities.
We strive to provide an inclusive environment in the college that welcomes Indigenous Peoples. We highlight and celebrate Indigenous understanding.
Schedule of activities
Bachelors of Science and STEM Pathways
Join staff and students from the College of Arts & Science, College of Engineering, and the Museum of Natural Sciences to learn about what Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs offer, and where they can take you! This dynamic session will include a “lightning speed” student panel and interactive information session as well as a DIY STEM challenge to try at home (you need one piece of paper and any kind of mug or cup).
Drop in Q & A with USask Indigenous Student Engineering Initiatives
Learn about USask Indigenous Student Engineering Initiatives and how we support students by creating a peer support community and celebrating cultural, academic, career and scholarship opportunities!