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Sessional Lecturer, Art & Art History (Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways)

University of Saskatchewan

The Department of Art & Art History in the College of Arts & Science invites applications for a Sessional Lecturer to teach the following course during the 2024 FALL session:

Course Number, Section, and Name: ART 141 (Sec 91) Sculpture I Foundation (ISAP)
Term and Course Dates: Fall 2024 Term (Sept 4, 2024 – December 5, 2024)
CRN: 84090
Delivery Mode: This course will be offered as an in-person studio class
Course Schedule:
MON 1:30 PM – 4:20 PM
Expected Enrollment Limit: 22
Minimum of a Master’s degree or equivalent fine arts training. A valid driver’s license is required for off campus courses. Appointment periods include additional days in recognition of preparation and marking time required. Courses may be cancelled due to low enrolment.

This course is offered through Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP), which bundles advisory, co-curricular and curricular programming to support the retention and success of First Nations, Inuit and Metis students in the College of Arts & Science.

  • Knowledge and understanding of Indigenous community priorities and perspectives, and attention to socio-economic, inter-generational, and educational barriers that unequally affect Indigenous post-secondary cohorts in Saskatchewan
  • Familiarity with Indigenous perspectives and research methodologies as they connect to relevant academic disciplines, and to the development of skills for student success in those disciplines
  • Experience teaching using methods that promote collaborative and peer-to-peer learning in small course cohorts
  • Experience teaching mature student cohorts and students with nonstandard K-12 preparation in relevant academic disciplines
  • Demonstrated intercultural competence and commitment to pedagogic praxis (reflection and reflexive adaptation of teaching)

This position may filled as per Article 16.08 of the CUPE 3287 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Application Process:
Complete the CUPE 3287 Employment Application Form and email the completed form, along with your curriculum vitae (if applicable), to

If you are currently employed by the University of Saskatchewan in a full-time non-teaching position, discuss your application with your people leader to ensure the appointment is suitable relative to your current position.

Department: Art & Art History
Employment Group: CUPE 3287
Academic Calendar: Course Dates and Academic Calendar
Stipend: CUPE 3287 Stipends
Posted Date: 6/12/2024
Closing Date: 6/18/2024
Number of Openings: 1
Work Location: On Campus


The University is committed to employment equity, diversity, and inclusion, and are proud to support career opportunities for Indigenous peoples to reflect the community we serve. We are dedicated to recruiting individuals who will enrich our work and learning environments. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. We are committed to providing accommodations to those with a disability or medical necessity. If you require an accommodation to participate in the recruitment process, please notify us and we will work together on the accommodation request. We continue to grow our partnerships with Indigenous communities across the province, nationally, and internationally and value the unique perspective that Indigenous employees provide to strengthen these relationships. Verification of Indigenous Membership/Citizenship at the University of Saskatchewan is led and determined by the deybwewin | taapwaywin | tapwewin: Indigenous Truth policy and Standing Committee in accordance with the processes developed to enact the policy. Successful candidates that assert Indigenous membership/citizenship will be asked to complete the verification process of Indigenous membership/citizenship with documentation. The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respects to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another. Together, we are uplifting Indigenization to a place of prominence at the University of Saskatchewan.

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