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UofS Indigenous Achievement Awards honours SUNTEP & GDC Students

Mar 15, 2022

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The Indigenous  Achievement Awards is an annual University of Saskatchewan ceremony that celebrates Métis, First Nations, and Inuit students. Students are honoured for their academic achievement, community engagement, leadership, research and resiliency. This year, the awards ceremony was online on Thursday, March 10, 2022.  The awards broadcast is available online here: https://youtu.be/FwTtPrEa_Ok

The following SUNTEP and GDC Saskatoon students were awarded academic and leadership excellence awards, respectively:


Skye Landrie is a proud Métis student from Glaslyn, Saskatchewan. She is currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences and our Gabriel Dumont College Program. Skye actively seeks to improve the arts academy by promoting Indigeneity. She is interested in the field of screenwriting, the film industry, and acting. We are very proud of her high academic average and her promotion of our Métis culture in the Fine Arts!



Jacob Fritz is a very proud Métis gentleman from Regina. Jacob is a Huskie award-winning athlete with the wrestling team. He consistently balanced his athletic skill while maintaining a high academic average. Jacob is a passionate and dedicated student who is invested in Indigenous and anti-racist education. His proud and humble disposition emanates among our SUNTEP community and within the schools he has worked into the greatest degree.



Connor Johnston is a proud Métis from Saskatoon. He will graduate with his BED this coming spring. He is academically gifted and demonstrates great humility and respect for those he works with. Connor took part in leadership roles in our GSA club, the SUNTEP Anti-Racist Education Forum, and was the Student Representative Council Vice-President. Connor is a conscientious leader; he passionately assisted fellow classmates with a food drive fundraiser for northern families in La Loche.

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