Latest Research News

2 March 2022 The Dean of Arts Office is thrilled to unveil a new note card design for 2022, featuring the original work of Indigenous artist Torrie Ironstar
14 February 2022 The Faculty of Arts at a Glance! Read about some of our recent successes
9 December 2021 The Faculty of Arts wishes all a 2021 holiday season full of peace and joy
13 September 2021 The School of Journalism’s Dr. Patricia Elliott to serve as Distinguished Professor of Investigative and Community Journalism at First Nations University of Canada
15 April 2021 The Department of History sponsors a screening of 2017 NFB documentary 'Unarmed Verses', a National Canadian Film Day spotlight film
17 March 2021 The Faculty of Arts' 2021 note card features ‘Honouring the Buffalo’, an original piece by Saskatchewan-based Métis artist Phyllis Poitras-Jarrett
8 February 2021 A wellbeing course offered by the University of Regina’s Online Therapy addresses the mental health needs of Saskatchewan post-secondary students
29 January 2021 Eight UofR history students are contributors to a new open access ebook, Canada and Speeches from the Throne: Narrating a Nation, 1935-2015
21 January 2021 A new pilot project will provide funding for the Community Engagement and Research Centre to expand community-based experiential learning programming at the U of R
7 January 2021 The Central Canadian Online British History Seminar (CCOBHS) is a new series of talks that aims to highlight and share the work of Prairie-based scholars of British history
17 December 2020 Your friends in the Faculty of Arts wish you a holiday season full of peace, joy and renewal
14 December 2020 Saskatchewan Disability Income Support Coalition/Community Engagement and Research Centre  report identifies shortcomings with the Saskatchewan's Assured Income for Disability Program
9 December 2020 The University of Regina's Community Engagement and Research Centre launches three new research projects
27 November 2020 The University of Regina’s Psychology Graduate Students’ Association has organized a series of panel discussions intended to engage with issues of anti-oppression
20 November 2020 Transformational work on the well-being of public safety personnel has wons Dr. R. Nicholas Carleton (Department of Psychology/CIPSRT) the 2020 Royal-Mach-Gaensslen prize
12 November 2020 Members of the University of Regina Faculty of Arts have been using the new remote learning environment to create some very innovative learning experiences for students
29 October 2020 Dr. Gordon Asmundson's (Department of Psychology) research findings have determined that the impact of COVID-19 is best understood as a multi-faceted syndrome of interconnected symptoms
14 October 2020 The Community Engagement and Research Centre and the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment join forces to educate researchers on disseminating research findings
9 October 2020 A new policy brief co-authored by Dr. Gordon Asmundson (Department of Psychology) from the Royal Society of Canada Task Force on COVID-19, examines the impact of the pandemic Canadians' mental health
28 September 2020 A new report co-authored by Dr. Emily Eaton (Geography and Environmental Studies) urges Regina City Council to emphasize equity when implementing sustainability transition
22 September 2020 Dr. Brett Dolter’s (Department of Economics) new report reveals key findings about Regina residents’ attitudes toward the city’s planned transition to 100% renewable energy
21 September 2020 Dr. Gordon Asmundson (Department of Psychology) has published a study revealing attitudes of fear and avoidance of frontline healthcare workers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic
21 September 2020 Dr. Shadi Beshai (Department of Psychology) is lead researcher of Mind-OP, a remotely-delivered mindfulness program designed to treat symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress
21 September 2020 Dr. Nicholas Carleton (Department of Psychology/Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment) has been named a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
9 September 2020 Members of the University of Regina Faculty of Arts take part in Scholars Strike Canada (9-10 September 2020) a two-day anti-racism initiative
4 September 2020 Dr. Raymond Blake (Department of History) and Dr. John Whyte (Department of Politics and International Studies) examine the constitutional legacy of Pierre Trudeau in The Conversation
4 September 2020 Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos (Department of Psychology/Centre on Aging and Health) has received $550,000 to continue his research on technology-based solutions for pain detection
24 August 2020 Sociology and Social Studies professor Dr. Amber Fletcher discusses the persistent sexism facing female farmers in Canada in The Conversation
10 August 2020 A new Fulbright Canada Research Chair is developing ways to better interpret comprehensive mental health assessments among children, youth, and adults
21 July 2020 The Community Engagement and Research Centre teams with the Circle Project and the Four Directions Community Health Centre to shed light on Regina's 'hidden homeless'
20 July 2020 Psychology professor Dr. Gordon Asmundson leads a new online hub for evidence-based COVID-19 knowledge
13 July 2020 A ten year anniversary marks major changes for the Faculty of Arts' former Community Research Unit
13 July 2020 Clinical Psychology PhD student Hilary Power's published study examines the research on gender and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
13 July 2020 Psychology professor Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos is awarded a major grant for the development and dissemination of pain detection technology
9 July 2020 Faculty of Arts researchers achieve major success from the Social Science and Research Council’s Insight Grants program
8 July 2020 In the latest edition of the Faculty of Arts' Perspectives blog, Dr. Claire Carter discusses the disruptive potential of queer community sport
7 July 2020 Clinical Psychology graduate Dr. Michelle Teale Sapach is awarded prestigious Governor General’s Academic Gold Medal
22 June 2020 U of R’s newest Banting Postdoctoral Fellow to explore violence against Indigenous women and girls in residential schools
13 June 2020 Dr. Michelle Stewart discusses defunding policing and re-imagining a more just police services in The Conversation
9 June 2020 Psychology professor Dr. Gordon Asmundson has been named to the Saskatchewan Order of Merit
3 June 2020 Dr. Carlos Londoño Sulkin examines the politics of the COVID-19 crisis in the Amazon, and whether celebrity attention is helping or hurting Amazonian peoples
25 May 2020 The JSchool has just published the longest edition ever of its acclaimed student news magazine, The Crow
15 May 2020 In an essay for Medium, author and English professor Dr. Jes Battis explores queerness, relationships, and academia on the spectrum
10 May 2020 Going Shopping in Pandemic Times: History professor Dr. Donica Belisle explains why we stockpile consumer goods in times of crisis
1 May 2020 Justice Studies professor Dr. James Gacek’s new project examines how correctional officers negotiate well-being with work in Saskatchewan correctional facilities
21 April 2020 UofR Sociology professor Dr. Amber Fletcher is appointed 2020 Greeley Scholar for Peace Studies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell
20 April 2020 UofR offers free online wellbeing courses and therapy through the Online Therapy Unit
17 April 2020 The Faculty of Arts' Community Research Unit helps Regina Fire and Protective Services update crucial educational programming
16 April 2020 Major CIHR grant funds Dr. Nicholas Carleton's research into protecting the mental health of all public safety personnel
12 April 2020 In response to physical distancing, the Community Research assists Regina's Early Learning Centre in adapting programming for online delivery
9 April 2020 Dr. Shannon Dea (University of Waterloo) appointed new Dean of the Faculty of Arts
23 March 2020     Dr. Gordon Asmundson (Psychology) awarded funding to examine psychological factors of COVID-19
27 March 2020 History professor Dr. Philip Charrier's new project explores transgender politics in 1950's Paris through the work of a renowned Swedish photographer
23 March 2020 100% success rate for Psychology's graduate student clinical psychology residency placements
30 January 2020 U of R launches a new online treatment program to support public safety personnel in Saskatchewan
27 January 2020 Researchers to address gaps in mental health services for Indigenous university students
17 January 2020 New online course helps employees cope with workplace stress, anxiety, and depression