Askiy (Land) Research, Scholarly and Artistic Works

Working for and with Indigenous communities to produce shared knowledge.

What is RSAW?

Research, scholarly and artistic work (RSAW) at USask is created collaboratively among our faculty, staff and students in colleges, schools and centres spanning multiple disciplines across campus and beyond.

Askiy RSAW is the research, community outcomes and artistic productions resulting from these collaborations that deal specifically with land, food and agricultural topics.

To learn more about land related artistic works, click here.

To explore research taking place at the University of Saskatchewan College of Agriculture and Bioresources, click here.


Connect with Us

If you are interested in connecting with someone at the kihci-okâwîmâw askiy Knowledge Centre to explore land related research, scholarly or artistic works, including discussing potential collaborations or projects, please contact:

Candice Pete-Cardoso
Director, kihci-okâwîmâw askiy Knowledge Centre