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Dr. Colleen Dell (PhD), a sociology professor in USask’s College of Arts and Science and the university’s Centennial Enhancement Chair in One Health and Wellness, said the PAWS Your Stress therapy dogs and handlers have visited with more than 30,000 USask students in the past decade. USask graduate Doreen Stumborg (BA’09, MFA’20) and her dog, Laddie, have been a consistent part of many of the visits since becoming a therapy dog team in 2017. In this video, Doreen and Colleen (with her dog, E-Jay) speak about the PAWS Your Stress program and the difference that therapy dog visits can make.

Educating future health care professionals and neurosurgeons is an important part of USask’s vision for the future—and our livelihood. Dr. Michael Kelly (BSc'95, MD'99, PhD'11) is the Provincial Head of Surgery and a Professor of Neurosurgery in the College of Medicine. Along with a devoted team of colleagues and students, Dr. Kelly explores the complexities of the brain to understand more about strokes, brain trauma, and potential treatments.

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