What is the USask Speakers Bureau?

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Speakers Bureau is a collection of faculty, graduate students, instructors, and researchers who are interested in giving free-of-charge talks to the broader community outside the University. As USask continues to strive to be ‘the university the world needs’, we are proud to share a wide range of stories and research through the Speakers Bureau as a way to foster curiosity and connect with our province.

We hope that these talks will not only be interesting and educational, but also allow the speakers to disseminate their work to a broader audience and encourage further collaboration between USask and the public.

How Does the Bureau Work?

If you are a member of the community interested in requesting a talk, start by browsing the Topics page. Note the speaker name and title of any topics you are interested in, and then visit the Request a Talk page. 

If you are a USask faculty member, graduate student, instructor, or researcher interested in becoming a member of the Bureau, visit the Become a Speaker page for information or visit the Member Application page to submit your application.

Feedback from both speakers and members of the community is extremely important. Please visit the Feedback page to submit any suggestions, comments, or concerns.

If you have general questions, or questions that are otherwise not answered by the pages listed in the navigation bar above, visit the Contact page to email the Bureau.