Omozojie Paul Aigbogun

In this profile, we’re introduced to Omozojie Paul Aigbogun from Nigeria who is a current PhD candidate in chemistry.

Darcia Roache

Darcia Roache is from the beautiful island of Jamaica and a PhD Candidate in the College of Education, Department of Educational Administration at the University of Saskatchewan, since October 2017.

Kacia Whilby

In this profile, we’re introduced to Kacia Whilby who comes from Jamaica and is a graduate student in the Educational Administration program.

Leke Ivo Jingwa

My name is Leke Ivo Jingwa and I am originally from Cameroon. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Administration. I moved to Canada in 2017 to pursue a Master's program in Educational Administration. Prior to moving to Canada, I completed a Bachelors’s degree in Sociology and Anthropology from the University of Buea, Cameroon, and a postgraduate degree in Development Studies from the University College Leuven Limburg in Belgium.

Natalya Mason

Conversations around sexuality, diversity and racism can be uncomfortable, but Natalya Mason tackles them every day, both as Education and Outreach Coordinator at Saskatoon Sexual Health and as a diversity, equity and inclusion facilitator in the community.

Delilah Kamuhanda

Delilah is turning awareness of racism into anti-racism action and is the co-founder of Black Lives Matter YXE.

Dr. George Mutwiri Jr.

With a career grounded in lifelong learning, Dr. George Mutwiri Jr. is an alumnus of USask and a founding member of the Black Medical Student Association.

Uju Asiodu

Uju Asiodu is a second-year Master of Public Administration student at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School.

Yol Piok

Huskie Athletics sat down with Yol Piok from the Huskie Football team for a discussion on what Black History Month means to him.

Black History Month: The importance of representation and community building

As a Black medical student in Saskatchewan, I often reflect on my experience as I navigate the daily nuances of the health care system and the intersectionality of race, gender, and class. I recognize that as a medical trainee, cis-gender female, English-speaking immigrant settler, I carry with me certain privileges.

Dr. George Mutwiri

“Vaccine research is what brought me to Saskatchewan,” says Dr. George Mutwiri, a senior scientist at the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization – International Vaccine Centre (VIDO-InterVac) and interim executive director and professor in the School of Public Health.

Peace Akintade

At just 20 years old, Peace Akintade is making herself heard. The African Canadian poet, public speaker and thespian was Saskatchewan’s Youth Poet Laureate for 2020-21 and uses poetry to share her experiences growing up in Nigeria, Kuwait and Canada and relearning her culture in the face of colonization.

Why We Need A Black Medical Students Association at USask

One of the things I love most about being in Medicine is the moment you open the exam room door to reveal whose waiting behind it. The anticipation of getting to meet and help someone new. To have an impact on someone’s life, whether it be in a small way or long-lasting.