Grand Challenges Canada funds U of S water security projects -
Two University of Saskatchewan research teams have been awarded $224,000 from Grand Challenges Canada to back their efforts to develop solutions to drinking water contamination in the developing world.
Grand Challenges Canada funds U of S water security projects -
Two University of Saskatchewan research teams have been awarded $224,000 from Grand Challenges Canada to back their efforts to develop solutions to drinking water contamination in the developing world.
U of S study shows growth in beaver populations important for habitat creation and global methane gas emissions -
Over-trapping nearly wiped out the beaver 100 years ago but the ambitious rodents have bounced back and have created ponds on three continents that cover an area about the size of Switzerland, according to University of Saskatchewan research published in the Royal Swedish Academy of Science journal AMBIO.
U of S study shows growth in beaver populations important for habitat creation and global methane gas emissions -
Over-trapping nearly wiped out the beaver 100 years ago but the ambitious rodents have bounced back and have created ponds on three continents that cover an area about the size of Switzerland, according to University of Saskatchewan research published in the Royal Swedish Academy of Science journal AMBIO.
Northern flicker dads fly further to recharge over winter -
For northern flicker dads, a hard summer looking after the chicks means flying a bit farther south than mom, likely to ensure good winter feeding to bulk up for the next year according to a new study conducted by PhD student Elizabeth Gow and biology professor Karen Wiebe at the University of Saskatchewan.
Northern flicker dads fly further to recharge over winter -
For northern flicker dads, a hard summer looking after the chicks means flying a bit farther south than mom, likely to ensure good winter feeding to bulk up for the next year according to a new study conducted by PhD student Elizabeth Gow and biology professor Karen Wiebe at the University of Saskatchewan.
U of S research reveals "major piece of the puzzle" in repairing nerves -
A research team led by Valerie Verge at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has discovered an important molecular worker in the repair shop of the body's nervous system, a finding that brings them a step closer to new treatments for debilitating nerve injuries.
U of S research reveals "major piece of the puzzle" in repairing nerves -
A research team led by Valerie Verge at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has discovered an important molecular worker in the repair shop of the body's nervous system, a finding that brings them a step closer to new treatments for debilitating nerve injuries.
Christmas 2014 University of Saskatchewan experts -
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Christmas 2014 University of Saskatchewan experts -
Holiday marketing techniques
U of S launches chair in power systems engineering -
A new chair in the College of Engineering will look to strengthen the power and energy industry in Saskatchewan and beyond.
U of S launches chair in power systems engineering -
A new chair in the College of Engineering will look to strengthen the power and energy industry in Saskatchewan and beyond.
Blue bloods may have been first to colonize Earth -
Some of the first complex animals on earth likely bled a beautiful robin's-egg blue, according to research at the University of Saskatchewan.
Blue bloods may have been first to colonize Earth -
Some of the first complex animals on earth likely bled a beautiful robin's-egg blue, according to research at the University of Saskatchewan.
U of S College of Engineering welcomes SaskPower Chair -
Media are invited to welcome the new U of S College of Engineering SaskPower Chair in Power Systems Engineering, Tony Chung.
U of S College of Engineering welcomes SaskPower Chair -
Media are invited to welcome the new U of S College of Engineering SaskPower Chair in Power Systems Engineering, Tony Chung.
Industry Liaison Office announces Tech Venture Challenge teams -
Eleven technology-based entrepreneurs have been chosen from a field of 27 to advance to the next phase of the 2015 Tech Venture Challenge (TVC), the annual business start-up competition presented through the University of Saskatchewan Industry Liaison Office (ILO).
Industry Liaison Office announces Tech Venture Challenge teams -
Eleven technology-based entrepreneurs have been chosen from a field of 27 to advance to the next phase of the 2015 Tech Venture Challenge (TVC), the annual business start-up competition presented through the University of Saskatchewan Industry Liaison Office (ILO).
U of S researchers explore policy issues key to education, human resources and territorial identities with SSHRC funding -
Three separate projects, led or co-led by Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) faculty, have received almost $200,000 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).
U of S researchers explore policy issues key to education, human resources and territorial identities with SSHRC funding -
Three separate projects, led or co-led by Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) faculty, have received almost $200,000 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).
U of S professor launches new, open online course on Circumpolar Innovation -
A new open online course offered by the U of S looks to answer how innovation and technology can improve life for people in the North.
U of S professor launches new, open online course on Circumpolar Innovation -
A new open online course offered by the U of S looks to answer how innovation and technology can improve life for people in the North.
Construction of Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences at U of S now completed -
The University of Saskatchewan and the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation marked a major achievement for nuclear medicine research in the province with completion of construction on campus of the Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences.
Construction of Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences at U of S now completed -
The University of Saskatchewan and the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation marked a major achievement for nuclear medicine research in the province with completion of construction on campus of the Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences.
Bronze Age bones reveal ancient cancer -
More than 4,500 years ago, a Siberian man succumbed to a scourge all too familiar to modern humans, a disease that left telltale signs on his bones for Angela Lieverse and her colleagues to read and diagnose.
Bronze Age bones reveal ancient cancer -
More than 4,500 years ago, a Siberian man succumbed to a scourge all too familiar to modern humans, a disease that left telltale signs on his bones for Angela Lieverse and her colleagues to read and diagnose.
New agreement strengthens U of S-Chinese research ties -
A new agreement signed Dec. 1st in China between the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) will provide $100,000 for research-building activities that will strengthen the flagship partnership between the two institutions.
New agreement strengthens U of S-Chinese research ties -
A new agreement signed Dec. 1st in China between the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) will provide $100,000 for research-building activities that will strengthen the flagship partnership between the two institutions.
U of S College of AgBio receives $550,000 in industry funding to support agri-food research -
Agri-food innovation at the University of Saskatchewan received a $550,000 boost to support
U of S College of AgBio receives $550,000 in industry funding to support agri-food research -
Agri-food innovation at the University of Saskatchewan received a $550,000 boost to support
U of S College of AgBio receives $550,000 in industry funding to support agri-food research -
The College of Agriculture and Bioresources invites media to attend an announcement that will acknowledge a $600,000 contribution from industry partners to the college. This funding will support Stuart Smyth's agriculture food research in the Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics. His research will examine the transformative shift of global agriculture required to feed a growing population, along with the benefits associated to producers and consumers.
U of S College of AgBio receives $550,000 in industry funding to support agri-food research -
The College of Agriculture and Bioresources invites media to attend an announcement that will acknowledge a $600,000 contribution from industry partners to the college. This funding will support Stuart Smyth's agriculture food research in the Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics. His research will examine the transformative shift of global agriculture required to feed a growing population, along with the benefits associated to producers and consumers.
Canada's educational institutions lagging in addressing sustainability say researchers -
Half of Canada's educational institutions have been laggards in committing to environmental sustainability, according to two research briefs released online by University of Saskatchewan environment and education researcher Marcia McKenzie.
Canada's educational institutions lagging in addressing sustainability say researchers -
Half of Canada's educational institutions have been laggards in committing to environmental sustainability, according to two research briefs released online by University of Saskatchewan environment and education researcher Marcia McKenzie.
University of Saskatchewan researcher urges caution on winter feeding of wildlife -
Feeding deer, whether it is to help them through the winter or keep the animals away from farm grain piles, can have unintended effects, said Ryan Brook, a wildlife and ecosystem specialist at the University of Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan researcher urges caution on winter feeding of wildlife -
Feeding deer, whether it is to help them through the winter or keep the animals away from farm grain piles, can have unintended effects, said Ryan Brook, a wildlife and ecosystem specialist at the University of Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan students launch Exercise is Medicine on campus -
The School of Public Health invites media to the launch of Exercise Is Medicine (EIM) Canada on the University of Saskatchewan campus. EIM is based on evidence that physical activity and exercise alleviate illness (for example: anxiety and insomnia).
University of Saskatchewan students launch Exercise is Medicine on campus -
The School of Public Health invites media to the launch of Exercise Is Medicine (EIM) Canada on the University of Saskatchewan campus. EIM is based on evidence that physical activity and exercise alleviate illness (for example: anxiety and insomnia).
University of Saskatchewan agreement with Saskatchewan Polytechnic expand options for students -
Graduates of Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Veterinary Technology and BioScience Technology programs will now be able to seamlessly transition into degree paths at the University of Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan agreement with Saskatchewan Polytechnic expand options for students -
Graduates of Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Veterinary Technology and BioScience Technology programs will now be able to seamlessly transition into degree paths at the University of Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan students organize injury prevention fair -
The U of S College of Nursing invites media to attend an upcoming interactive injury prevention fair where Warman high school students, their parents and members of the Warman community will have the opportunity to network with various guest speakers from multiple health-related professions offering expertise on a range of topics.
University of Saskatchewan students organize injury prevention fair -
The U of S College of Nursing invites media to attend an upcoming interactive injury prevention fair where Warman high school students, their parents and members of the Warman community will have the opportunity to network with various guest speakers from multiple health-related professions offering expertise on a range of topics.
Campus climate survey at the U of S highlights student experiences -
Last fall more than 5,200 students at the University of Saskatchewan shared their thoughts on how welcome, respected and supported they feel on campus in the first ever campus climate survey. The findings were released today in a comprehensive report.
Campus climate survey at the U of S highlights student experiences -
Last fall more than 5,200 students at the University of Saskatchewan shared their thoughts on how welcome, respected and supported they feel on campus in the first ever campus climate survey. The findings were released today in a comprehensive report.
Grant Imahara of Mythbusters featured in the College of Engineering Ross and Muriel Cheriton Lecture -
Grant Imahara of the popular Discovery Channel program Mythbusters will be in Saskatoon to deliver the U of S Ross and Muriel Cheriton Lecture's Ross and Muriel Cheriton Lecture. The lecture is being held as part of "What is Engineering?," a full day of activities for Grade 11 and 12 students hosted annually by the college. The Cheriton lecture is free of charge and open to the public.
Grant Imahara of Mythbusters featured in the College of Engineering Ross and Muriel Cheriton Lecture -
Grant Imahara of the popular Discovery Channel program Mythbusters will be in Saskatoon to deliver the U of S Ross and Muriel Cheriton Lecture's Ross and Muriel Cheriton Lecture. The lecture is being held as part of "What is Engineering?," a full day of activities for Grade 11 and 12 students hosted annually by the college. The Cheriton lecture is free of charge and open to the public.
University of Saskatchewan to host the 2014 National Conference on Women in Engineering -
The University of Saskatchewan is proud to host the 2014 National Conference on Women in Engineering. The annual conference, organized by Canadian engineering students, will host more than 175 students from across the country and will focus on diversity in engineering.
University of Saskatchewan to host the 2014 National Conference on Women in Engineering -
The University of Saskatchewan is proud to host the 2014 National Conference on Women in Engineering. The annual conference, organized by Canadian engineering students, will host more than 175 students from across the country and will focus on diversity in engineering.
U of S business school to launch new master's program in marketing -
A new master's degree in marketing---only the fifth such program in Canada---is ready to launch at the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
U of S business school to launch new master's program in marketing -
A new master's degree in marketing---only the fifth such program in Canada---is ready to launch at the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
U of S Students compete to be the next Student Iron Chef -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the Next Student Iron Chef competition.
U of S Students compete to be the next Student Iron Chef -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the Next Student Iron Chef competition.
University of Saskatchewan welcomes presidents of the Canadian Medical Association and Canadian Nurses Association -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the College of Medicine's second annual Health Innovation and Public Policy Conference.
University of Saskatchewan welcomes presidents of the Canadian Medical Association and Canadian Nurses Association -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the College of Medicine's second annual Health Innovation and Public Policy Conference.
U of S Mental Health Awareness Week experts and story ideas -
It's Mental Health Awareness Week on campus and students are being encouraged to show their brain some love by taking part in awareness week activities. The week is put on by the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU) and the University of Saskatchewan.
U of S Mental Health Awareness Week experts and story ideas -
It's Mental Health Awareness Week on campus and students are being encouraged to show their brain some love by taking part in awareness week activities. The week is put on by the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU) and the University of Saskatchewan.
Fedoruk Centre funds nuclear medicine research leaders at Saskatchewan universities -
The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) today announced more than $5 million to build the capacity for nuclear medicine and imaging research in Saskatchewan.
Fedoruk Centre funds nuclear medicine research leaders at Saskatchewan universities -
The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) today announced more than $5 million to build the capacity for nuclear medicine and imaging research in Saskatchewan.
Announcement of new support for nuclear medicine leadership at Saskatchewan universities -
Media are invited to attend an announcement about the future of nuclear medicine and nuclear imaging research in humans, plants and animals with the Honourable Jeremy Harrison, Minister Responsible for Innovation and representatives of the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation, University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina.
Announcement of new support for nuclear medicine leadership at Saskatchewan universities -
Media are invited to attend an announcement about the future of nuclear medicine and nuclear imaging research in humans, plants and animals with the Honourable Jeremy Harrison, Minister Responsible for Innovation and representatives of the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation, University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina.
U of S competes in third annual national mining competition -
Teams from the United Kingdom, United States, India, Germany and Canada come together in Saskatoon this week to compete in Canada's first mining strategy case competition, an event that has been entirely organized by University of Saskatchewan students.
U of S competes in third annual national mining competition -
Teams from the United Kingdom, United States, India, Germany and Canada come together in Saskatoon this week to compete in Canada's first mining strategy case competition, an event that has been entirely organized by University of Saskatchewan students.
New U of S feed research centre to increase Saskatchewan's impact on global food security -
North Battleford, SK. — The University of Saskatchewan and its partners officially opened the Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) in North Battleford today, highlighting the many research and training opportunities this unique facility will provide for Canada's crop and livestock sector.
New U of S feed research centre to increase Saskatchewan's impact on global food security -
North Battleford, SK. — The University of Saskatchewan and its partners officially opened the Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) in North Battleford today, highlighting the many research and training opportunities this unique facility will provide for Canada's crop and livestock sector.
University of Saskatchewan enrolment jumps up in key areas -
More Aboriginal, international and Canadian out-of-province students registered for classes at the University of Saskatchewan this fall than ever before.
University of Saskatchewan enrolment jumps up in key areas -
More Aboriginal, international and Canadian out-of-province students registered for classes at the University of Saskatchewan this fall than ever before.
New U of S feed research facility to officially open -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the official opening of the Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) in North Battleford and to tour the unique facility.  Funded through a public-private partnership, the research feed mill will operate both pilot-scale and industrial-scale feed production lines designed to improve livestock feed, promote food safety and ensure a healthier bottom line for producers.
New U of S feed research facility to officially open -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the official opening of the Canadian Feed Research Centre (CFRC) in North Battleford and to tour the unique facility.  Funded through a public-private partnership, the research feed mill will operate both pilot-scale and industrial-scale feed production lines designed to improve livestock feed, promote food safety and ensure a healthier bottom line for producers.
University of Saskatchewan and Montreal Lake Cree Nation celebrate an important treaty document returning to Saskatchewan -
At a ceremony today in Montreal Lake, representatives from the Montreal Lake Cree Nation and the University Library at the University of Saskatchewan celebrated an acquisition and a permanent loan agreement that brings an important treaty document home to Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan and Montreal Lake Cree Nation celebrate an important treaty document returning to Saskatchewan -
At a ceremony today in Montreal Lake, representatives from the Montreal Lake Cree Nation and the University Library at the University of Saskatchewan celebrated an acquisition and a permanent loan agreement that brings an important treaty document home to Saskatchewan.
U of S Alumni Association honours award recipients -
The University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association invites media to attend the Honouring Our Alumni Achievement Awards reception and presentations:
U of S Alumni Association honours award recipients -
The University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association invites media to attend the Honouring Our Alumni Achievement Awards reception and presentations:
More than 970 University of Saskatchewan students graduate this fall -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to fall convocation.
More than 970 University of Saskatchewan students graduate this fall -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to fall convocation.
University of Saskatchewan MEND childhood obesity prevention program expands to Moose Jaw -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) launched its Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It (MEND) program in Moose Jaw in October, providing a fun exercise and nutrition program to local children at no cost. The program is aimed at children who are above healthy weights, and inspires them to change the behaviours that can contribute to obesity.
University of Saskatchewan MEND childhood obesity prevention program expands to Moose Jaw -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) launched its Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It (MEND) program in Moose Jaw in October, providing a fun exercise and nutrition program to local children at no cost. The program is aimed at children who are above healthy weights, and inspires them to change the behaviours that can contribute to obesity.
University of Saskatchewan files appeal to seek clarity on governance -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is asking the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to reconsider a recent arbitration decision that seems to give the collective agreement with faculty more weight in university governance than does provincial legislation.
University of Saskatchewan files appeal to seek clarity on governance -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is asking the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to reconsider a recent arbitration decision that seems to give the collective agreement with faculty more weight in university governance than does provincial legislation.
University of Saskatchewan to build a 90-spot child-care facility -
The University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors approved a new child-care facility to be built in the university's College Quarter.
University of Saskatchewan to build a 90-spot child-care facility -
The University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors approved a new child-care facility to be built in the university's College Quarter.
Author Joseph Boyden to speak at U of S -
Renowned Canadian author Joseph Boyden (Three Day Road, The Orenda) will speak at two public events hosted by the College of Arts and Science on Oct. 15.
Author Joseph Boyden to speak at U of S -
Renowned Canadian author Joseph Boyden (Three Day Road, The Orenda) will speak at two public events hosted by the College of Arts and Science on Oct. 15.
Greg Smith elected chair of the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors -
Greg Smith, FCA, a commerce graduate of the U of S and partner in the Swift Current accounting firm Stark & Marsh LLP, will assume the role of chair of the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors in October.
Greg Smith elected chair of the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors -
Greg Smith, FCA, a commerce graduate of the U of S and partner in the Swift Current accounting firm Stark & Marsh LLP, will assume the role of chair of the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors in October.
University of Saskatchewan offers students, employees bus rides to campus -
Beginning Friday, Oct. 10, buses leased by the University of Saskatchewan will be available at locations across the city to transport students, staff and faculty to campus.
University of Saskatchewan offers students, employees bus rides to campus -
Beginning Friday, Oct. 10, buses leased by the University of Saskatchewan will be available at locations across the city to transport students, staff and faculty to campus.
U of S alumnus and tech helping in fight against Ebola -
A suite of tools developed at the University of Saskatchewan is giving researchers new insights into how the Ebola virus, currently epidemic in some parts of Africa, wreaks havoc on its victims.
U of S alumnus and tech helping in fight against Ebola -
A suite of tools developed at the University of Saskatchewan is giving researchers new insights into how the Ebola virus, currently epidemic in some parts of Africa, wreaks havoc on its victims.
Saskatoon science outreach program receives international awards -
A local science education program has received a pair of international awards for its work in getting Aboriginal students in Saskatoon excited about math and science.
Saskatoon science outreach program receives international awards -
A local science education program has received a pair of international awards for its work in getting Aboriginal students in Saskatoon excited about math and science.
U of S College of Nursing Yorkton Campus welcomes first students -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Nursing, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region came together today to celebrate the start of the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program in Yorkton.
U of S College of Nursing Yorkton Campus welcomes first students -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Nursing, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region came together today to celebrate the start of the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program in Yorkton.
Science outreach program celebrates international awards -
Media are invited to an event at the University of Saskatchewan announcing and celebrating the PotashCorp Kamskénow program's reception of two international awards.
Science outreach program celebrates international awards -
Media are invited to an event at the University of Saskatchewan announcing and celebrating the PotashCorp Kamskénow program's reception of two international awards.
U of S College of Nursing celebrates the launch of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in Yorkton -
The University of Saskatchewan, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region invite media to the launch of the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in Yorkton. Students of the first Yorkton BSN class will be acknowledged with a short program and traditional nursing progression ceremony.
U of S College of Nursing celebrates the launch of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in Yorkton -
The University of Saskatchewan, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region invite media to the launch of the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in Yorkton. Students of the first Yorkton BSN class will be acknowledged with a short program and traditional nursing progression ceremony.
U of S announces external review of interdisciplinary graduate schools -
As part of its commitment to excellence in teaching and research, the University of Saskatchewan will undertake an external academic review of its three interdisciplinary graduate schools over the next two years—beginning Nov. 1st with the School of Public Health.
U of S announces external review of interdisciplinary graduate schools -
As part of its commitment to excellence in teaching and research, the University of Saskatchewan will undertake an external academic review of its three interdisciplinary graduate schools over the next two years—beginning Nov. 1st with the School of Public Health.
White Coat Ceremony marks start of professional careers for U of S medical students -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the College of Medicine's White Coat Ceremony.
White Coat Ceremony marks start of professional careers for U of S medical students -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the College of Medicine's White Coat Ceremony.
University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine expands family medicine residency training to Moose Jaw -
The newest training site in Moose Jaw welcomed four medical residents who began two years of postgraduate training for the University of Saskatchewan's Family Medicine Residency Training Program.
University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine expands family medicine residency training to Moose Jaw -
The newest training site in Moose Jaw welcomed four medical residents who began two years of postgraduate training for the University of Saskatchewan's Family Medicine Residency Training Program.
U of S research reveals how stroke damages brain and offers possible treatment -
SASKATOON - University of Saskatchewan researcher Francisco Cayabyab has shed light on a mystery that has long bedeviled stroke researchers: why does brain damage continue hours or days after the initial event?
U of S research reveals how stroke damages brain and offers possible treatment -
SASKATOON - University of Saskatchewan researcher Francisco Cayabyab has shed light on a mystery that has long bedeviled stroke researchers: why does brain damage continue hours or days after the initial event?
University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine expands Family Medicine training to Moose Jaw -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend an event celebrating the expansion of the Family Medicine Residency Training Program.
University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine expands Family Medicine training to Moose Jaw -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend an event celebrating the expansion of the Family Medicine Residency Training Program.
Three University of Saskatchewan health scientists receive national honour -
Three University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers who are investigating physical activity, sexually transmitted infections and remote presence robots in health care have been elected as fellows in the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS).
Three University of Saskatchewan health scientists receive national honour -
Three University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers who are investigating physical activity, sexually transmitted infections and remote presence robots in health care have been elected as fellows in the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS).
University of Saskatchewan Huskies honour troops at Friday's football game -
The U of S Huskie football team will once again honour the Canadian Forces during its home game on September 19, against the University of Calgary Dinos.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies honour troops at Friday's football game -
The U of S Huskie football team will once again honour the Canadian Forces during its home game on September 19, against the University of Calgary Dinos.
Canadian Canola Growers Association invest $5 million in ag policy research -
Agricultural policy research at the University of Saskatchewan received a $5 million boost on Sept. 17 from the Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) to examine areas including international trade, transportation, labour, crop innovations and issues specific to the canola sector.
Canadian Canola Growers Association invest $5 million in ag policy research -
Agricultural policy research at the University of Saskatchewan received a $5 million boost on Sept. 17 from the Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) to examine areas including international trade, transportation, labour, crop innovations and issues specific to the canola sector.
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition launches Medication Assessment Centre -
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has launched a new service offering patients a second opinion on their prescriptions.
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition launches Medication Assessment Centre -
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has launched a new service offering patients a second opinion on their prescriptions.
U of S hosts first Indigenizing and Decolonizing Education Conference -
Media are invited to join members of the University of Saskatchewan community for the keynote presentation and other sessions at the upcoming wâhkôhtowin Conference, Indigenizing Practice in Post-Secondary Education: Linking Kindred Spirits.
U of S hosts first Indigenizing and Decolonizing Education Conference -
Media are invited to join members of the University of Saskatchewan community for the keynote presentation and other sessions at the upcoming wâhkôhtowin Conference, Indigenizing Practice in Post-Secondary Education: Linking Kindred Spirits.
New Royal Society of Canada College welcomes three University of Saskatchewan researchers -
Three of the University of Saskatchewan's (U of S) most promising young researchers—examining the history of medicine, video games and human behavior, and policy change--have been selected as inaugural members of the Royal Society of Canada's (RSC) College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
New Royal Society of Canada College welcomes three University of Saskatchewan researchers -
Three of the University of Saskatchewan's (U of S) most promising young researchers—examining the history of medicine, video games and human behavior, and policy change--have been selected as inaugural members of the Royal Society of Canada's (RSC) College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
New study to guide future city investments in traffic safety -
The City of Saskatoon has completed work on a two-year study entitled the Strategic Traffic Safety Action Plan which looks at various ways of improving traffic safety in Saskatoon. The project was a joint initiative with partners at the University of Saskatchewan, including the College of Engineering and the Saskatchewan Centre of Excellence for Transportation and Infrastructure (SCETI).  The Strategic Traffic Safety Action Plan will be one of the items discussed at the September 15th meeting of the City's Standing Policy Committee on Transportation.
New study to guide future city investments in traffic safety -
The City of Saskatoon has completed work on a two-year study entitled the Strategic Traffic Safety Action Plan which looks at various ways of improving traffic safety in Saskatoon. The project was a joint initiative with partners at the University of Saskatchewan, including the College of Engineering and the Saskatchewan Centre of Excellence for Transportation and Infrastructure (SCETI).  The Strategic Traffic Safety Action Plan will be one of the items discussed at the September 15th meeting of the City's Standing Policy Committee on Transportation.
U of S signs lease agreement with Ronmor Developers Inc. for phase five Preston Crossing expansion -
University of Saskatchewan officials have signed a long-term lease agreement with Ronmor Developers Inc. that paves the way for construction of a new phase of Preston Crossing.
U of S signs lease agreement with Ronmor Developers Inc. for phase five Preston Crossing expansion -
University of Saskatchewan officials have signed a long-term lease agreement with Ronmor Developers Inc. that paves the way for construction of a new phase of Preston Crossing.
TD Bank of Canada donates $500,000 to University of Saskatchewan's Indigenous Land Management Institute -
TD Bank of Canada is investing in the future of the Indigenous Land Management Institute (IMLI)with a $500,000 gift to University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in support of education, scholarships and research in the area of indigenous economic development.
TD Bank of Canada donates $500,000 to University of Saskatchewan's Indigenous Land Management Institute -
TD Bank of Canada is investing in the future of the Indigenous Land Management Institute (IMLI)with a $500,000 gift to University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in support of education, scholarships and research in the area of indigenous economic development.
U of S interim president outlines financial position, future priorities -
University of Saskatchewan Interim President Gordon Barnhart announced on Sept. 9 a significant improvement in the institution's financial position and a refocusing of efforts on advancing its teaching and research priorities.
U of S interim president outlines financial position, future priorities -
University of Saskatchewan Interim President Gordon Barnhart announced on Sept. 9 a significant improvement in the institution's financial position and a refocusing of efforts on advancing its teaching and research priorities.
Two University of Saskatchewan researchers named Fellows of Royal Society of Canada -
Two University of Saskatchewan researchers have been named Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) - our country's senior body for distinguished scholars and one of Canada's highest academic honours. Medical anthropologist Jim Waldram and chemical engineering expert Ajay Dalai were amongst the 90 new Fellows announced today by the RSC.
Two University of Saskatchewan researchers named Fellows of Royal Society of Canada -
Two University of Saskatchewan researchers have been named Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) - our country's senior body for distinguished scholars and one of Canada's highest academic honours. Medical anthropologist Jim Waldram and chemical engineering expert Ajay Dalai were amongst the 90 new Fellows announced today by the RSC.
University of Saskatchewan and TD Bank Group to announce significant investment in post-secondary education and support for students -
Media are invited to a University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and TD Bank Group announcement that will offer significant support to the Indigenous Land Management Institute (ILMI). The donation from TD will support the research work of the ILMI with a large portion going directly toward student internships, allowing students more opportunities to work and conduct their research in Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan and TD Bank Group to announce significant investment in post-secondary education and support for students -
Media are invited to a University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and TD Bank Group announcement that will offer significant support to the Indigenous Land Management Institute (ILMI). The donation from TD will support the research work of the ILMI with a large portion going directly toward student internships, allowing students more opportunities to work and conduct their research in Saskatchewan.
U of S research aims at chewable plants to prevent cavities in teeth -
If University of Saskatchewan researcher Ron Geyer gets his way, people in the developing world may one day be able to simply chew their way to better dental health, thanks to therapeutic antibodies in plants.
U of S research aims at chewable plants to prevent cavities in teeth -
If University of Saskatchewan researcher Ron Geyer gets his way, people in the developing world may one day be able to simply chew their way to better dental health, thanks to therapeutic antibodies in plants.
New University of Saskatchewan students awarded $60,000 and $80,000 -
Teah Zielinski and Tushita Patel have been named the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) recipients of Schulich Leader Scholarships, which are awarded to highly successful students who are entering undergraduate studies in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM).
New University of Saskatchewan students awarded $60,000 and $80,000 -
Teah Zielinski and Tushita Patel have been named the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) recipients of Schulich Leader Scholarships, which are awarded to highly successful students who are entering undergraduate studies in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM).
U of S interim president to address campus community -
Media are invited to join Interim President and Vice-Chancellor Gordon Barnhart for an address to the campus community at the beginning of the new academic year.
U of S interim president to address campus community -
Media are invited to join Interim President and Vice-Chancellor Gordon Barnhart for an address to the campus community at the beginning of the new academic year.
University of Saskatchewan led partnership projects receive SSHRC funding -
Three innovative research partnerships at the University of Saskatchewan addressing climate change, rural and urban policy and landscape digitization, have received a significant investments from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) partnership grants.
University of Saskatchewan led partnership projects receive SSHRC funding -
Three innovative research partnerships at the University of Saskatchewan addressing climate change, rural and urban policy and landscape digitization, have received a significant investments from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) partnership grants.
U of S set to welcome students back to campus -
More than 2200 new students will begin their university experience at the University of Saskatchewan next week, when the university kicks off its renowned Orientation and Welcome Week activities, in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU).
U of S set to welcome students back to campus -
More than 2200 new students will begin their university experience at the University of Saskatchewan next week, when the university kicks off its renowned Orientation and Welcome Week activities, in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU).
One Health event unites University of Saskatchewan health science students -
Nearly 200 health-science students at the University of Saskatchewan will spend this weekend learning how to work together at the third annual One Health Leadership Experience, Aug. 22-24.
One Health event unites University of Saskatchewan health science students -
Nearly 200 health-science students at the University of Saskatchewan will spend this weekend learning how to work together at the third annual One Health Leadership Experience, Aug. 22-24.
University of Saskatchewan and Faculty Association reach tentative agreement regarding tenure decisions -
The University of Saskatchewan and its Faculty Association have tentatively agreed on revised procedures for awarding tenure. The changes were negotiated as part of the collective-bargaining process for the university's 1,100 faculty members that culminated in a three-year tentative agreement.
University of Saskatchewan and Faculty Association reach tentative agreement regarding tenure decisions -
The University of Saskatchewan and its Faculty Association have tentatively agreed on revised procedures for awarding tenure. The changes were negotiated as part of the collective-bargaining process for the university's 1,100 faculty members that culminated in a three-year tentative agreement.
New synchrotron imaging technique reveals how cystic fibrosis makes lungs vulnerable to infection -
University of Saskatchewan researchers working at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) synchrotron in Saskatoon have developed a new imaging technique that reveals a hitherto unknown component of the immune system in the lungs, one that promises insights that could benefit cystic fibrosis patients. Their findings are published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
New synchrotron imaging technique reveals how cystic fibrosis makes lungs vulnerable to infection -
University of Saskatchewan researchers working at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) synchrotron in Saskatoon have developed a new imaging technique that reveals a hitherto unknown component of the immune system in the lungs, one that promises insights that could benefit cystic fibrosis patients. Their findings are published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
Four U of S Students Awarded Prestigious Vanier Scholarships -
Four University of Saskatchewan students have each been awarded a $150,000 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship which recognizes world-class PhD students who demonstrate both academic excellence and remarkable leadership skills.
Four U of S Students Awarded Prestigious Vanier Scholarships -
Four University of Saskatchewan students have each been awarded a $150,000 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship which recognizes world-class PhD students who demonstrate both academic excellence and remarkable leadership skills.
Real-time water quality data aims to improve Regina and Moose Jaw drinking water -
Residents of Regina and Moose Jaw who rely on Buffalo Pound Lake for their water supply will soon have a better understanding of their water source thanks to researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and the staff at the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant.
Real-time water quality data aims to improve Regina and Moose Jaw drinking water -
Residents of Regina and Moose Jaw who rely on Buffalo Pound Lake for their water supply will soon have a better understanding of their water source thanks to researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and the staff at the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant.
University of Saskatchewan honours students, faculty and staff who fought in WWI -
To commemorate the students, faculty and staff who fought in the First World War, the University of Saskatchewan, with the campus community unveiled two commemorative plaques on August 7 that are to be placed in the Peter MacKinnon Building.
University of Saskatchewan honours students, faculty and staff who fought in WWI -
To commemorate the students, faculty and staff who fought in the First World War, the University of Saskatchewan, with the campus community unveiled two commemorative plaques on August 7 that are to be placed in the Peter MacKinnon Building.
U of S arthritis study seeks participants -
Is arthritis pain getting in the way of regular exercise or are the barriers more of a psychological game? A team of researchers at the University of Saskatchewan is seeking participants to take part in a study to determine how people deal with the psychological challenge of exercising while enduring the physical symptoms of arthritis.
U of S arthritis study seeks participants -
Is arthritis pain getting in the way of regular exercise or are the barriers more of a psychological game? A team of researchers at the University of Saskatchewan is seeking participants to take part in a study to determine how people deal with the psychological challenge of exercising while enduring the physical symptoms of arthritis.
Media Advisory - University of Saskatchewan to honour students, faculty and staff who fought in WWI -
The University of Saskatchewan will kick off a series of events to commemorate the First World War with a special ceremony to honour the U of S students, faculty and staff who fought in the war.
Media Advisory - University of Saskatchewan to honour students, faculty and staff who fought in WWI -
The University of Saskatchewan will kick off a series of events to commemorate the First World War with a special ceremony to honour the U of S students, faculty and staff who fought in the war.
Media statement: U of S announces change in human resources leadership -
This statement was issued by Greg Fowler, vice-president finance and resources, University of Saskatchewan on July 25, 2014.
Media statement: U of S announces change in human resources leadership -
This statement was issued by Greg Fowler, vice-president finance and resources, University of Saskatchewan on July 25, 2014.
U of S researchers contribute to first draft of wheat genome -
University of Saskatchewan researchers are part of an international team who published the first chromosome-based draft sequence of the wheat genome, a development that promises wheat breeders powerful new tools in developing varieties to meet the challenges of world population growth and climate change.
U of S researchers contribute to first draft of wheat genome -
University of Saskatchewan researchers are part of an international team who published the first chromosome-based draft sequence of the wheat genome, a development that promises wheat breeders powerful new tools in developing varieties to meet the challenges of world population growth and climate change.
General Fusion - U of S partnership aims to advance energy R&D in Canada -
A University of Saskatchewan research team led by physicist Akira Hirose is partnering with General Fusion to help develop advanced materials for their prototype fusion reactor technology.
General Fusion - U of S partnership aims to advance energy R&D in Canada -
A University of Saskatchewan research team led by physicist Akira Hirose is partnering with General Fusion to help develop advanced materials for their prototype fusion reactor technology.
Media advisory: University of Saskatchewan hosts 50th annual Saskatchewan Principals' Short Course -
Media are invited to attend the Saskatchewan Principals' Short Course (SPSC) The banquet is part of a four-day course for current or aspiring principals and vice principals in Saskatchewan, which provides an opportunity for participants to deepen their knowledge of theory, practice and reflection, contributing to their skills as teachers and school leaders. 
Media advisory: University of Saskatchewan hosts 50th annual Saskatchewan Principals' Short Course -
Media are invited to attend the Saskatchewan Principals' Short Course (SPSC) The banquet is part of a four-day course for current or aspiring principals and vice principals in Saskatchewan, which provides an opportunity for participants to deepen their knowledge of theory, practice and reflection, contributing to their skills as teachers and school leaders. 
New U of S research chair will help reclaim oil sands mine sites -
University of Saskatchewan geoscientist Matt Lindsay will help Canada's oil sands industry make sustainable mine closure decisions through a new $1.4-million industrial research chair funded jointly by the federal Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and Syncrude.
New U of S research chair will help reclaim oil sands mine sites -
University of Saskatchewan geoscientist Matt Lindsay will help Canada's oil sands industry make sustainable mine closure decisions through a new $1.4-million industrial research chair funded jointly by the federal Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and Syncrude.
U of S researcher brings farmland moose study into Aboriginal classrooms -
Aboriginal youth from across southern Saskatchewan will apply both traditional knowledge and western science to a hands-on study of farmland moose through the University of Saskatchewan, thanks to $78,000 over three years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
U of S researcher brings farmland moose study into Aboriginal classrooms -
Aboriginal youth from across southern Saskatchewan will apply both traditional knowledge and western science to a hands-on study of farmland moose through the University of Saskatchewan, thanks to $78,000 over three years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
U of S community welcomes interim president with installation ceremony -
On June 23 the University of Saskatchewan held the traditional installation ceremony for Gordon Barnhart, who was appointed interim president and vice-chancellor, effective May 22, 2014.
U of S community welcomes interim president with installation ceremony -
On June 23 the University of Saskatchewan held the traditional installation ceremony for Gordon Barnhart, who was appointed interim president and vice-chancellor, effective May 22, 2014.
U of S Board of Governors appoints Karen Chad to second term as VP research -
University of Saskatchewan Vice-President Research Karen Chad will serve a second five-year term in the senior leadership position effective January 1st, 2015.
U of S Board of Governors appoints Karen Chad to second term as VP research -
University of Saskatchewan Vice-President Research Karen Chad will serve a second five-year term in the senior leadership position effective January 1st, 2015.
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations partners with U of S researchers to improve mental health services for youth -
University of Saskatchewan researchers are partnering with members of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) as part of a $25 million national effort to find ways to improve mental health services for vulnerable young people.
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations partners with U of S researchers to improve mental health services for youth -
University of Saskatchewan researchers are partnering with members of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) as part of a $25 million national effort to find ways to improve mental health services for vulnerable young people.
U of S Agrologist Ernie Barber named Fellow of the Agricultural Institute of Canada -
Ernie Barber, a distinguished University of Saskatchewan (U of S) agricultural scientist and senior administrator, has been named a Fellow of the Agricultural Institute of Canada (AIC), the AIC's highest honour.
U of S Agrologist Ernie Barber named Fellow of the Agricultural Institute of Canada -
Ernie Barber, a distinguished University of Saskatchewan (U of S) agricultural scientist and senior administrator, has been named a Fellow of the Agricultural Institute of Canada (AIC), the AIC's highest honour.
U of S part of "New Rockstar Philosophy" app -
A how-to book for musicians and bands has been rendered into an interactive app with multi-media features thanks to collaboration among University of Saskatchewan software developers, a local street artist, and Saskatoon publishing house Indie Ink.
U of S part of "New Rockstar Philosophy" app -
A how-to book for musicians and bands has been rendered into an interactive app with multi-media features thanks to collaboration among University of Saskatchewan software developers, a local street artist, and Saskatoon publishing house Indie Ink.
University of Saskatchewan graduate to lead national wildlife partnership -
The Canadian Wildlife Health Co-operative (CWHC) has selected Dr. Craig Stephen, a wildlife health specialist and a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), as its new executive director.
University of Saskatchewan graduate to lead national wildlife partnership -
The Canadian Wildlife Health Co-operative (CWHC) has selected Dr. Craig Stephen, a wildlife health specialist and a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), as its new executive director.
Re-establishing wetlands may decrease flood damage -
Saving wetlands, which include potholes, sloughs, ponds and marshes, helps a lot more than ducks: it may save roads and communities from flooding and reduce damage to one of Canada's great lakes, according to a multi-year measurement and computer modelling study by the University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology.
Re-establishing wetlands may decrease flood damage -
Saving wetlands, which include potholes, sloughs, ponds and marshes, helps a lot more than ducks: it may save roads and communities from flooding and reduce damage to one of Canada's great lakes, according to a multi-year measurement and computer modelling study by the University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology.
Statue of Farley Mowat unveiled at the U of S -
In celebration of Canadian author Farley Mowat's legacy to literature, the University of Saskatchewan, a Grade 2 class from École Lakeview School, his widow Claire Mowat and the statues creator George Boileau, unveiled a sculpture of the late writer and his dog Chester on campus today.
Statue of Farley Mowat unveiled at the U of S -
In celebration of Canadian author Farley Mowat's legacy to literature, the University of Saskatchewan, a Grade 2 class from École Lakeview School, his widow Claire Mowat and the statues creator George Boileau, unveiled a sculpture of the late writer and his dog Chester on campus today.
U of S, Indie Ink Publishing, local artist unveil "New Rockstar Philosophy" app -
Media are invited to a sneak peek at The New Rockstar Philosophy app before its official unveiling June 12 at the MoSo 2014 conference. The app is based on a book of the same name by Matt Voyno and Roshan Hoover, described as "a guerrilla blueprint for digitally conscious artists, festival organizers, band managers, musicians, digital devotees." The app breaks "new ground for adult non-fiction," according to Suzanne Paschall, CEO of local publisher Indie Ink and leader of the project, which was funded by Mitacs.
U of S, Indie Ink Publishing, local artist unveil "New Rockstar Philosophy" app -
Media are invited to a sneak peek at The New Rockstar Philosophy app before its official unveiling June 12 at the MoSo 2014 conference. The app is based on a book of the same name by Matt Voyno and Roshan Hoover, described as "a guerrilla blueprint for digitally conscious artists, festival organizers, band managers, musicians, digital devotees." The app breaks "new ground for adult non-fiction," according to Suzanne Paschall, CEO of local publisher Indie Ink and leader of the project, which was funded by Mitacs.
Farley Mowat statue unveiling at the University of Saskatchewan -
Media are invited to join a Grade 2 class from École Lakeview at the unveiling of a bronze statue of Farley Mowat. The statue of Mowat and his dog Chester was commissioned by Ron Rhodes and donated to the university. It is the first known statue the Canadian author who recently passed away at the age of 92.
Farley Mowat statue unveiling at the University of Saskatchewan -
Media are invited to join a Grade 2 class from École Lakeview at the unveiling of a bronze statue of Farley Mowat. The statue of Mowat and his dog Chester was commissioned by Ron Rhodes and donated to the university. It is the first known statue the Canadian author who recently passed away at the age of 92.
Couple donates $300,000 to create equine orthopedics research fund at University of Saskatchewan -
A British Columbia couple is investing in the future of equine musculoskeletal research by donating $300,000 toward the establishment of the Mark and Pat DuMont Equine Orthopedics Research Fund at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Couple donates $300,000 to create equine orthopedics research fund at University of Saskatchewan -
A British Columbia couple is investing in the future of equine musculoskeletal research by donating $300,000 toward the establishment of the Mark and Pat DuMont Equine Orthopedics Research Fund at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Today at convocation - June 6 -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the June 6 spring convocation ceremony
Today at convocation - June 6 -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the June 6 spring convocation ceremony
Tomorrow at convocation - June 5 -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the June 5 spring convocation ceremony
Tomorrow at convocation - June 5 -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the June 5 spring convocation ceremony
Huff Chair filled at U of S College of Engineering -
The University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering welcomes Professor Sean Maw as the new Jerry G. Huff Chair in Innovative Teaching.  He begins his appointment in the college on July 1, 2014.
Huff Chair filled at U of S College of Engineering -
The University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering welcomes Professor Sean Maw as the new Jerry G. Huff Chair in Innovative Teaching.  He begins his appointment in the college on July 1, 2014.
Convocation June 4 -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the June 4 spring convocation ceremony
Convocation June 4 -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the June 4 spring convocation ceremony
University of Saskatchewan appoints Ernie Barber as interim provost -
Ernie Barber has been appointed interim provost and vice-president academic of the University of Saskatchewan effective July 1, 2014.
University of Saskatchewan appoints Ernie Barber as interim provost -
Ernie Barber has been appointed interim provost and vice-president academic of the University of Saskatchewan effective July 1, 2014.
More than 3,500 University of Saskatchewan students graduate this spring -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to spring convocation.
More than 3,500 University of Saskatchewan students graduate this spring -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to spring convocation.
U of S College of Law welcomes inaugural Estey Chair in Business Law -
The U of S College of Law welcomes Professor Roderick Wood as the first-ever holder of the Estey Chair in Business Law. He was appointed for a one-year term beginning July 1, 2014 by the college's search committee with the advice of John and Bill Estey.
U of S College of Law welcomes inaugural Estey Chair in Business Law -
The U of S College of Law welcomes Professor Roderick Wood as the first-ever holder of the Estey Chair in Business Law. He was appointed for a one-year term beginning July 1, 2014 by the college's search committee with the advice of John and Bill Estey.
U of S hosting the 26th Canadian Materials Science Conference -
The University of Saskatchewan is hosting the 26th Canadian Materials Science Conference on icampus from June 1-4, 2014. The conference will cover many topics in advanced materials processing, properties and applications. The conference program provides information about the conference, including a timetable and a map of venues.
U of S hosting the 26th Canadian Materials Science Conference -
The University of Saskatchewan is hosting the 26th Canadian Materials Science Conference on icampus from June 1-4, 2014. The conference will cover many topics in advanced materials processing, properties and applications. The conference program provides information about the conference, including a timetable and a map of venues.
Record-setting year for U of S innovations -
Technologies licensed through the University of Saskatchewan earned $13.3 million in 2013-14 - a record year for the university and its innovators.
Record-setting year for U of S innovations -
Technologies licensed through the University of Saskatchewan earned $13.3 million in 2013-14 - a record year for the university and its innovators.
U of S professor receives Desire2Learn's innovation award in teaching and learning -
University of Saskatchewan's Ken Van Rees, professor in the Department of Soil Science has been awarded the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and Desire2Learn's Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning for 2014.
U of S professor receives Desire2Learn's innovation award in teaching and learning -
University of Saskatchewan's Ken Van Rees, professor in the Department of Soil Science has been awarded the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and Desire2Learn's Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning for 2014.
U of S researcher warns of growing wild boar infestation in Saskatchewan -
Wild boar are more widespread in Saskatchewan than commonly believed and the need to control numbers of the destructive animals is becoming urgent, according to research by University of Saskatchewan biologist Ryan Brook.
U of S researcher warns of growing wild boar infestation in Saskatchewan -
Wild boar are more widespread in Saskatchewan than commonly believed and the need to control numbers of the destructive animals is becoming urgent, according to research by University of Saskatchewan biologist Ryan Brook.
U of S research collaboration with Saskatraz honeybee breeding program helps breed bees resistant to Varroa mites -
A University of Saskatchewan research collaboration with the Saskatraz Honeybee Breeding Project has identified how the Varroa destructor parasite suppresses the immune system in honeybees, a species that helps produce about one third of the world's food crops through pollination. They have also developed a tool to help breeders select bees resistant to the parasite and associated disease-causing microorganisms.
U of S research collaboration with Saskatraz honeybee breeding program helps breed bees resistant to Varroa mites -
A University of Saskatchewan research collaboration with the Saskatraz Honeybee Breeding Project has identified how the Varroa destructor parasite suppresses the immune system in honeybees, a species that helps produce about one third of the world's food crops through pollination. They have also developed a tool to help breeders select bees resistant to the parasite and associated disease-causing microorganisms.
U of S Graduation Powwow: Welcoming a new team leader to ensure Aboriginal student success -
Media are invited to attend the University of Saskatchewan Graduation Powwow, which celebrates graduating First Nation, Métis and Inuit students from the U of S and from high schools across the province.
U of S Graduation Powwow: Welcoming a new team leader to ensure Aboriginal student success -
Media are invited to attend the University of Saskatchewan Graduation Powwow, which celebrates graduating First Nation, Métis and Inuit students from the U of S and from high schools across the province.
U of S, Saskatchewan, Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) and Blue Cross announce childhood obesity prevention program MEND expansion in southern Saskatchewan -
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U of S, Saskatchewan, Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) and Blue Cross announce childhood obesity prevention program MEND expansion in southern Saskatchewan -
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Huskie Motorsports unveils new race car for 2014 competition -
The University of Saskatchewan Huskie Motorsports team invites media to attend the unveiling of its newly designed Formula SAE race car.
Huskie Motorsports unveils new race car for 2014 competition -
The University of Saskatchewan Huskie Motorsports team invites media to attend the unveiling of its newly designed Formula SAE race car.
U of S and Saskatchewan Blue Cross launch children's health program MEND in Regina and Southern Saskatchewan -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend an announcement regarding the MEND (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It) children's health program.
U of S and Saskatchewan Blue Cross launch children's health program MEND in Regina and Southern Saskatchewan -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend an announcement regarding the MEND (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It) children's health program.
Winners of 2014 U of S Tech Venture Challenge chosen -
Three teams of University of Saskatchewan entrepreneurs made their final pitches for thousands of dollars in prize money and services May 22 at the sold-out finale to the 2014 Tech Venture Challenge at Saskatoon's Sheraton Cavalier.
Winners of 2014 U of S Tech Venture Challenge chosen -
Three teams of University of Saskatchewan entrepreneurs made their final pitches for thousands of dollars in prize money and services May 22 at the sold-out finale to the 2014 Tech Venture Challenge at Saskatoon's Sheraton Cavalier.
U of S researchers take on global Grand Challenges in cancer, nutrition, and nursing education -
Three University of Saskatchewan researchers are partnering with colleagues in Vietnam, Bangladesh, the Philippines and Russia to provide low-cost breast cancer screening, combat iron deficiency, and bring effective nursing education to rural areas.
U of S researchers take on global Grand Challenges in cancer, nutrition, and nursing education -
Three University of Saskatchewan researchers are partnering with colleagues in Vietnam, Bangladesh, the Philippines and Russia to provide low-cost breast cancer screening, combat iron deficiency, and bring effective nursing education to rural areas.
University of Saskatchewan reverses part of the decision regarding Executive Director of the School of Public Health -
Senior leaders at the University of Saskatchewan have announced that part of a decision they made regarding the Executive Director of the university's School of Public Health (SPH) has been reconsidered and reversed.
University of Saskatchewan reverses part of the decision regarding Executive Director of the School of Public Health -
Senior leaders at the University of Saskatchewan have announced that part of a decision they made regarding the Executive Director of the university's School of Public Health (SPH) has been reconsidered and reversed.
Who do you trust? U of S survey looks at nuclear perceptions -
Saskatchewan people consider themselves to be poorly or moderately informed on nuclear issues and trust scientists as credible sources on nuclear topics, according to new research by the Nuclear Policy Research Initiative (NPRI) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Who do you trust? U of S survey looks at nuclear perceptions -
Saskatchewan people consider themselves to be poorly or moderately informed on nuclear issues and trust scientists as credible sources on nuclear topics, according to new research by the Nuclear Policy Research Initiative (NPRI) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Multi-pronged approach aims to help address University of Saskatchewan's diverse child-care needs -
The University of Saskatchewan Child Care Expansion Project steering committee continues to investigate child-care options to meet the diverse needs of students, staff and faculty at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Multi-pronged approach aims to help address University of Saskatchewan's diverse child-care needs -
The University of Saskatchewan Child Care Expansion Project steering committee continues to investigate child-care options to meet the diverse needs of students, staff and faculty at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
U of S survey reveals Saskatchewan attitudes towards nuclear issues -
Saskatchewan residents are generally supportive of nuclear research and technology, including uranium mining and nuclear power, according to results from The Saskatchewan Nuclear Attitudes Study released by the Nuclear Policy Research Initiative (NPRI) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
U of S survey reveals Saskatchewan attitudes towards nuclear issues -
Saskatchewan residents are generally supportive of nuclear research and technology, including uranium mining and nuclear power, according to results from The Saskatchewan Nuclear Attitudes Study released by the Nuclear Policy Research Initiative (NPRI) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
University of Saskatchewan celebrates grand opening of new Health Sciences building -
Today, University of Saskatchewan (U of S) President Ilene Busch-Vishniac and the Honourable Rob Norris, Minister of Advanced Education, spoke at a ceremony to officially open the new additions to the Health Sciences building, the largest capital building project in U of S history.
University of Saskatchewan celebrates grand opening of new Health Sciences building -
Today, University of Saskatchewan (U of S) President Ilene Busch-Vishniac and the Honourable Rob Norris, Minister of Advanced Education, spoke at a ceremony to officially open the new additions to the Health Sciences building, the largest capital building project in U of S history.
Computer Science Digitized conference to feature keynote presentation by Pixar technical director -
The University of Saskatchewan's Department of Computer Science, in conjunction with the Saskatoon Industry Education Council, is pleased to host their 11th annual Digitized conference. The conference will feature a keynote presentation entitled'The Making of Monsters for Monsters' to be delivered by U of S alumnus and now technical director at Pixar, Sanjay Bakshi.
Computer Science Digitized conference to feature keynote presentation by Pixar technical director -
The University of Saskatchewan's Department of Computer Science, in conjunction with the Saskatoon Industry Education Council, is pleased to host their 11th annual Digitized conference. The conference will feature a keynote presentation entitled'The Making of Monsters for Monsters' to be delivered by U of S alumnus and now technical director at Pixar, Sanjay Bakshi.
U of S, U of R researchers looking at how seniors can age in their home communities in rural areas -
Many seniors, especially those in rural communities, face the choice of having to leave familiar surroundings as they get older.
U of S, U of R researchers looking at how seniors can age in their home communities in rural areas -
Many seniors, especially those in rural communities, face the choice of having to leave familiar surroundings as they get older.
Health Sciences grand opening -
The University of Saskatchewan invites you to join President Ilene Busch-Vishniac and Premier Brad Wall to celebrate the grand opening of the Health Sciences Building, the largest capital project in U of S history.
Health Sciences grand opening -
The University of Saskatchewan invites you to join President Ilene Busch-Vishniac and Premier Brad Wall to celebrate the grand opening of the Health Sciences Building, the largest capital project in U of S history.
University of Saskatchewan releases TransformUS action plan -
As part of the final phase of TransformUS, the University of Saskatchewan released an action plan to the campus community today outlining changes to come as part of the ongoing transformation of the university.
University of Saskatchewan releases TransformUS action plan -
As part of the final phase of TransformUS, the University of Saskatchewan released an action plan to the campus community today outlining changes to come as part of the ongoing transformation of the university.
U of S and Queen's engineering schools to work together -
The University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University have signed a letter of intent to develop mutually beneficial linkages in mining engineering and minerals processing.
U of S and Queen's engineering schools to work together -
The University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University have signed a letter of intent to develop mutually beneficial linkages in mining engineering and minerals processing.
U of S to lead $2-M study of Woodland Caribou in northern Saskatchewan -
With more than $2-million in federal, provincial and industry support, University of Saskatchewan biologists have launched a five-year study on the population trends and critical habitat of threatened woodland caribou in the Boreal Shield of northern Saskatchewan.
U of S to lead $2-M study of Woodland Caribou in northern Saskatchewan -
With more than $2-million in federal, provincial and industry support, University of Saskatchewan biologists have launched a five-year study on the population trends and critical habitat of threatened woodland caribou in the Boreal Shield of northern Saskatchewan.
U of S health science students honoured for efforts to improve quality of life for seniors -
An education initiative that partners U of S health science students with seniors from Luther Tower, an independent living facility close to campus, has received recognition for its efforts to improve the quality of care to a growing population of seniors in Saskatoon.
U of S health science students honoured for efforts to improve quality of life for seniors -
An education initiative that partners U of S health science students with seniors from Luther Tower, an independent living facility close to campus, has received recognition for its efforts to improve the quality of care to a growing population of seniors in Saskatoon.
U of S researcher says a little gym goes a long way -
Parents rejoice: those twice-a-week forays to the gymnastics gym to watch kids do bear walks and crab crawls are enough to pay big health dividends, according to University of Saskatchewan researcher Marta Erlandson.
U of S researcher says a little gym goes a long way -
Parents rejoice: those twice-a-week forays to the gymnastics gym to watch kids do bear walks and crab crawls are enough to pay big health dividends, according to University of Saskatchewan researcher Marta Erlandson.
Saskatchewan's first Cyclotron arrives at U of S -
Construction of the cyclotron facility at the University of Saskatchewan achieved a significant milestone today with the arrival of the facility's heart: a state-of-the-art TR-24 cyclotron manufactured by Advanced Cyclotron Systems Inc. of Burnaby, B.C.
Saskatchewan's first Cyclotron arrives at U of S -
Construction of the cyclotron facility at the University of Saskatchewan achieved a significant milestone today with the arrival of the facility's heart: a state-of-the-art TR-24 cyclotron manufactured by Advanced Cyclotron Systems Inc. of Burnaby, B.C.
U of S president appointed to Canada's Science, Technology and Innovation Council -
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac has been appointed to the Science, Technology and Innovation Council (STIC) by the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Industry, and the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology).
U of S president appointed to Canada's Science, Technology and Innovation Council -
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac has been appointed to the Science, Technology and Innovation Council (STIC) by the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Industry, and the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology).
Cyclotron to arrive at U of S -
Media are invited to a photo opportunity on Tuesday, April 22 to see the province's first cyclotron hoisted and placed inside the Cyclotron Facility which is currently under construction. For safety reasons, a cordoned off area will be set aside for media.
Cyclotron to arrive at U of S -
Media are invited to a photo opportunity on Tuesday, April 22 to see the province's first cyclotron hoisted and placed inside the Cyclotron Facility which is currently under construction. For safety reasons, a cordoned off area will be set aside for media.
U of S awarded more than $500,000 in new research tools from Canada Foundation for Innovation -
Six University of Saskatchewan researchers will share a total of $557,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) for projects exploring the potential of a diabetes drug in treating cancer, use of radio waves in food and bioproducts processing, how people's brains synchronize when creating music, how healthy pregnancies can go awry, and how to reclaim land after oilsands mining.
U of S awarded more than $500,000 in new research tools from Canada Foundation for Innovation -
Six University of Saskatchewan researchers will share a total of $557,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) for projects exploring the potential of a diabetes drug in treating cancer, use of radio waves in food and bioproducts processing, how people's brains synchronize when creating music, how healthy pregnancies can go awry, and how to reclaim land after oilsands mining.
IMII, Mitacs and U of S partner to lead minerals industry innovation in Canada -
SASKATOON - Saskatchewan's International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII), the national research and training organization Mitacs, and University of Saskatchewan are partnering on a novel research and training initiative through an investment valued at more than $600,000.
IMII, Mitacs and U of S partner to lead minerals industry innovation in Canada -
SASKATOON - Saskatchewan's International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII), the national research and training organization Mitacs, and University of Saskatchewan are partnering on a novel research and training initiative through an investment valued at more than $600,000.
U of S requests expressions of interest for ice rink facility in College Quarter -
The University of Saskatchewan is looking for a way to meet its need for a new ice rink without increasing its capital or operating costs.
U of S requests expressions of interest for ice rink facility in College Quarter -
The University of Saskatchewan is looking for a way to meet its need for a new ice rink without increasing its capital or operating costs.
University of Saskatchewan hosts medical imaging biomarker development workshop -
North American experts in medical imaging are meeting with University of Saskatchewan health researchers and students today to discuss how advanced imaging and biomarkers can speed up detection and treatment of diseases in people and animals.
University of Saskatchewan hosts medical imaging biomarker development workshop -
North American experts in medical imaging are meeting with University of Saskatchewan health researchers and students today to discuss how advanced imaging and biomarkers can speed up detection and treatment of diseases in people and animals.
U of S researcher asks: can law and happiness go together -
A new seminar in the College of Law called Law and Happiness looks to explore how the law affects the health of lawyers and judges, and even students looking into entering the profession
U of S researcher asks: can law and happiness go together -
A new seminar in the College of Law called Law and Happiness looks to explore how the law affects the health of lawyers and judges, and even students looking into entering the profession
U of S professor wins Killam Prize -
James R. Miller, professor of history in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan, has been awarded the 2014 Killam Prize in the Humanities.
U of S professor wins Killam Prize -
James R. Miller, professor of history in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan, has been awarded the 2014 Killam Prize in the Humanities.
University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering and ICAM France sign agreement -
The College of Engineering at the U of S and Institut Catholique d'Arts et Métiers (ICAM) France finalized an agreement in late March that allows U of S students to experience a French perspective on engineering.
University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering and ICAM France sign agreement -
The College of Engineering at the U of S and Institut Catholique d'Arts et Métiers (ICAM) France finalized an agreement in late March that allows U of S students to experience a French perspective on engineering.
Bringing in the dogs to help U of S students to stress less during exams -
The University of Saskatchewan is helping student's "paws" for a moment to help reduce their stress during finals.
Bringing in the dogs to help U of S students to stress less during exams -
The University of Saskatchewan is helping student's "paws" for a moment to help reduce their stress during finals.
U of S Geology research reveals animal evolution surged ahead in stable Cambrian ecology -
A research team led by University of Saskatchewan Professor Luis Buatois is providing new evidence to understand the evolution of life at the beginning of the Cambrian period, half a billion years ago.
U of S Geology research reveals animal evolution surged ahead in stable Cambrian ecology -
A research team led by University of Saskatchewan Professor Luis Buatois is providing new evidence to understand the evolution of life at the beginning of the Cambrian period, half a billion years ago.
Go with your gut, but check with your head, says U of S decision-making expert -
Should you go with your gut, or with your head?
Go with your gut, but check with your head, says U of S decision-making expert -
Should you go with your gut, or with your head?
U of S researchers treating dogs with cancer in the hopes of finding treatment for people -
Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are hoping to learn more about extending the lives of people with drug resistant cancer by extending the lives of dogs.
U of S researchers treating dogs with cancer in the hopes of finding treatment for people -
Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are hoping to learn more about extending the lives of people with drug resistant cancer by extending the lives of dogs.
U of S graduate students visit Norway, gaining firsthand insights into northern issues -
Northern Saskatchewan students in the International Centre for Northern Governance and Development's Master of Northern Governance and Development (MNGD) program have just returned from a 10-day international field school in Kirkenes, Norway where they got to experience another northern culture. The trip is funded by Cameco Corporation, the Government of Saskatchewan, and Norway's Barents Institute.
U of S graduate students visit Norway, gaining firsthand insights into northern issues -
Northern Saskatchewan students in the International Centre for Northern Governance and Development's Master of Northern Governance and Development (MNGD) program have just returned from a 10-day international field school in Kirkenes, Norway where they got to experience another northern culture. The trip is funded by Cameco Corporation, the Government of Saskatchewan, and Norway's Barents Institute.
U of S College of Pharmacy and Nutrition launches new Medication Assessment Centre -
A new program at the U of S is bringing students and patients together for mutual benefit. The Medication Assessment Centre in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition offers pharmacy students the chance to interact with real patients and free comprehensive medication assessments for patients.
U of S College of Pharmacy and Nutrition launches new Medication Assessment Centre -
A new program at the U of S is bringing students and patients together for mutual benefit. The Medication Assessment Centre in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition offers pharmacy students the chance to interact with real patients and free comprehensive medication assessments for patients.
U of S SIIT sign agreement that benefits Aboriginal students -
SASKATOON -The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed an agreement today pledging to work together in the coming years to benefit educational outcomes for Aboriginal learners.
U of S SIIT sign agreement that benefits Aboriginal students -
SASKATOON -The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed an agreement today pledging to work together in the coming years to benefit educational outcomes for Aboriginal learners.
University of Saskatchewan's student artwork showcased by the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission -
A group of U of S art students had the opportunity to showcase their work at the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission gathering in Edmonton today. Their creations are part of the Child Taken Project, meant to raise awareness about the history and effect of residential schools on Aboriginal youth through art.
University of Saskatchewan's student artwork showcased by the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission -
A group of U of S art students had the opportunity to showcase their work at the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission gathering in Edmonton today. Their creations are part of the Child Taken Project, meant to raise awareness about the history and effect of residential schools on Aboriginal youth through art.
U of S hosts sustainability student project symposium -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to join 18 groups of students who will present their work, which tackles issues of sustainability at the university. Using the campus as a living laboratory, students have had the opportunity to study many aspects of sustainability at the U of S—like reducing water use in the Biology building or reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with the new Rayner Dairy Barn.
U of S hosts sustainability student project symposium -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to join 18 groups of students who will present their work, which tackles issues of sustainability at the university. Using the campus as a living laboratory, students have had the opportunity to study many aspects of sustainability at the U of S—like reducing water use in the Biology building or reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with the new Rayner Dairy Barn.
U of S and SIIT to sign collaboration agreement -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) invite media to attend a special announcement where both institutions will sign an agreement intended to benefit Aboriginal students.
U of S and SIIT to sign collaboration agreement -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) invite media to attend a special announcement where both institutions will sign an agreement intended to benefit Aboriginal students.
University of Saskatchewan hosting the fourth annual Pharmasave-Rubicon Pharmacy Student Business Plan Competition -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the fourth annual Pharmasave-Rubicon Pharmacy Student Business Plan Competition. The competition is open to the public and takes place:
University of Saskatchewan hosting the fourth annual Pharmasave-Rubicon Pharmacy Student Business Plan Competition -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the fourth annual Pharmasave-Rubicon Pharmacy Student Business Plan Competition. The competition is open to the public and takes place:
U of S second-year mechanical engineering students develop project for service organization -
The University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering invites media to attend Project Presentations and Celebration, an event that features second-year mechanical engineering student projects that are developed to help non-profit and service organizations. This year the students developed a book page-turning device for people with limited upper body movement.
U of S second-year mechanical engineering students develop project for service organization -
The University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering invites media to attend Project Presentations and Celebration, an event that features second-year mechanical engineering student projects that are developed to help non-profit and service organizations. This year the students developed a book page-turning device for people with limited upper body movement.
U of S to host conference on grain handling and transportation issues -
The Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan is hosting Grain Summit 2014, a conference to discuss grain handling and transportation logistics in western Canada.
U of S to host conference on grain handling and transportation issues -
The Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan is hosting Grain Summit 2014, a conference to discuss grain handling and transportation logistics in western Canada.
University of Saskatchewan pleased with support from provincial government -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is pleased with the government's continued support for post-secondary education, given realities of the 2014-15 provincial budget. The U of S received a 2 per cent increase to its base operating budget and targeted funding to support initiatives in the College of Medicine, the Health Sciences Building, VIDO-InterVac and support for students.
University of Saskatchewan pleased with support from provincial government -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is pleased with the government's continued support for post-secondary education, given realities of the 2014-15 provincial budget. The U of S received a 2 per cent increase to its base operating budget and targeted funding to support initiatives in the College of Medicine, the Health Sciences Building, VIDO-InterVac and support for students.
University of Saskatchewan receives Innovation and Science Funds -
The Government of Saskatchewan is providing almost $2.1 million to the University of Saskatchewan for nine research projects through the Innovation and Science Fund.
University of Saskatchewan receives Innovation and Science Funds -
The Government of Saskatchewan is providing almost $2.1 million to the University of Saskatchewan for nine research projects through the Innovation and Science Fund.
Dental students at the U of S are bridging the dental care gap for people with special needs through Sharing Smiles Day -
Oral Health, Total Health Saskatoon together with the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry invite media to attend Sharing Smiles Day—the first event of its kind in Saskatchewan to promote education and emphasize the importance of oral health care for people with special needs.
Dental students at the U of S are bridging the dental care gap for people with special needs through Sharing Smiles Day -
Oral Health, Total Health Saskatoon together with the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry invite media to attend Sharing Smiles Day—the first event of its kind in Saskatchewan to promote education and emphasize the importance of oral health care for people with special needs.
U of S and educator Buffy Sainte-Marie sign unique cross-cultural agreement -
The University of Saskatchewan signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to support Aboriginal education in Saskatchewan with the founder of the Cradle Board Teaching Project, Buffy Sainte-Marie. The ceremony held Tuesday evening at the Broadway Theatre concluded with an honour song and closing prayer.
U of S and educator Buffy Sainte-Marie sign unique cross-cultural agreement -
The University of Saskatchewan signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to support Aboriginal education in Saskatchewan with the founder of the Cradle Board Teaching Project, Buffy Sainte-Marie. The ceremony held Tuesday evening at the Broadway Theatre concluded with an honour song and closing prayer.
U of S students offer neuroscience fun during Brain Awareness Week -
SASKATOON - Jell-O brains, a mock MRI and a hands-on laboratory are just a few of the attractions coming to Saskatoon during Brain Awareness Week in Saskatoon from March 10 to 16.
U of S students offer neuroscience fun during Brain Awareness Week -
SASKATOON - Jell-O brains, a mock MRI and a hands-on laboratory are just a few of the attractions coming to Saskatoon during Brain Awareness Week in Saskatoon from March 10 to 16.
U of S Aboriginal Achievement Week celebrates achievement, traditions, ceremonies and language -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend Aboriginal Achievement Week (AAW).
U of S Aboriginal Achievement Week celebrates achievement, traditions, ceremonies and language -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend Aboriginal Achievement Week (AAW).
University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors announces 2014-15 tuition rates -
Saskatoon - The University of Saskatchewan's Board of Governors has approved tuition increases for the 2014-15 academic year.
University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors announces 2014-15 tuition rates -
Saskatoon - The University of Saskatchewan's Board of Governors has approved tuition increases for the 2014-15 academic year.
University of Saskatchewan College of Law presents the Wunusweh Lecture in Aboriginal Law by Cindy Blackstock -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the 2014 Wunusweh Lecture. The lecture entitled "The human rights case on First Nations child welfare and the associated social movement for equity for First Nations children and their families" is presented by Cindy Blackstock, executive director of First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada and associate professor at the University of Alberta.
University of Saskatchewan College of Law presents the Wunusweh Lecture in Aboriginal Law by Cindy Blackstock -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the 2014 Wunusweh Lecture. The lecture entitled "The human rights case on First Nations child welfare and the associated social movement for equity for First Nations children and their families" is presented by Cindy Blackstock, executive director of First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada and associate professor at the University of Alberta.
Buffy Sainte-Marie to sign agreement with University of Saskatchewan -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signing ceremony between President Ilene Busch-Vishniac and the founder of the Cradle Board Teaching Project, Buffy Sainte-Marie. The event will be emceed by Okisiykaw Tyrone Tootoosis.
Buffy Sainte-Marie to sign agreement with University of Saskatchewan -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signing ceremony between President Ilene Busch-Vishniac and the founder of the Cradle Board Teaching Project, Buffy Sainte-Marie. The event will be emceed by Okisiykaw Tyrone Tootoosis.
U of S College of Medicine graduates succeed in national residency match -
SASKATOON - Eighty-four students are expected to graduate this June with an MD degree from the University of Saskatchewan's College of Medicine and go on to pursue postgraduate training.
U of S College of Medicine graduates succeed in national residency match -
SASKATOON - Eighty-four students are expected to graduate this June with an MD degree from the University of Saskatchewan's College of Medicine and go on to pursue postgraduate training.
Forum attracts global leaders in applying remote presence technology in rural and remote communities -
The Remote Presence Forum, a three day workshop on the application of remote presence technology in rural, remote and northern communities, wrapped up today with a public session about using the technology to address healthcare gaps. This event, an initiative of the university's International Centre for Northern Governance and Development (ICNGD) and College of Nursing, attracted global leaders in remote presence technology for training and clinical purposes.
Forum attracts global leaders in applying remote presence technology in rural and remote communities -
The Remote Presence Forum, a three day workshop on the application of remote presence technology in rural, remote and northern communities, wrapped up today with a public session about using the technology to address healthcare gaps. This event, an initiative of the university's International Centre for Northern Governance and Development (ICNGD) and College of Nursing, attracted global leaders in remote presence technology for training and clinical purposes.
U of S research report first step in developing groundwater strategy for the province -
A report by the University of Saskatchewan Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) presents the first comprehensive survey of the state of groundwater and hydrogeological research in Saskatchewan and outlines the steps required to develop and protect this resource.
U of S research report first step in developing groundwater strategy for the province -
A report by the University of Saskatchewan Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) presents the first comprehensive survey of the state of groundwater and hydrogeological research in Saskatchewan and outlines the steps required to develop and protect this resource.
Remote Presence Forum to explore use of innovative technology in meeting healthcare demands in rural and remote regions -
The University of Saskatchewan's International Centre for Northern Governance and Development (ICNGD) has joined with the College of Nursing to offer a three day, international forum that will explore the application of remote learning technology in rural, remote and northern communities. The Remote Presence Forum, which will bring together global leaders in the field of remote learning and clinical application, will host a public session entitled "How can Remote Presence solve our healthcare delivery challenge?". The presentation will demonstrate how Remote Presence technology can remove barriers to accessing quality healthcare in rural and remote regions.
Remote Presence Forum to explore use of innovative technology in meeting healthcare demands in rural and remote regions -
The University of Saskatchewan's International Centre for Northern Governance and Development (ICNGD) has joined with the College of Nursing to offer a three day, international forum that will explore the application of remote learning technology in rural, remote and northern communities. The Remote Presence Forum, which will bring together global leaders in the field of remote learning and clinical application, will host a public session entitled "How can Remote Presence solve our healthcare delivery challenge?". The presentation will demonstrate how Remote Presence technology can remove barriers to accessing quality healthcare in rural and remote regions.
U of S moose research in rural Saskatchewan continues -
SASKATOON - Rural residents who spot a low-flying helicopter south of Saskatoon, including areas near Dundurn, Outlook, Tuxford, Watrous and Chamberlain, need not be alarmed - it's just a University of Saskatchewan research team catching moose with a net gun.
U of S moose research in rural Saskatchewan continues -
SASKATOON - Rural residents who spot a low-flying helicopter south of Saskatoon, including areas near Dundurn, Outlook, Tuxford, Watrous and Chamberlain, need not be alarmed - it's just a University of Saskatchewan research team catching moose with a net gun.
Scholarships awarded to students in International Centre for Northern Governance and Development graduate program -
Students in the International Centre for Northern Governance and Development's Master of Northern Governance and Development (MNGD) program were awarded $84,000 in graduate scholarships by Cameco Corporation this afternoon. The presentation took place at Cameco Headquarters and was attended by Northern Saskatchewan stakeholders.
Scholarships awarded to students in International Centre for Northern Governance and Development graduate program -
Students in the International Centre for Northern Governance and Development's Master of Northern Governance and Development (MNGD) program were awarded $84,000 in graduate scholarships by Cameco Corporation this afternoon. The presentation took place at Cameco Headquarters and was attended by Northern Saskatchewan stakeholders.
Two up and one down - U of S commits to reducing building energy use on International Polar Bear Day -
Beginning in May, building temperatures at the University of Saskatchewan will be raised two degrees in the spring and summer and lowered one degree in the fall and winter. The commitment announced on International Polar Bear Day is expected to save the U of S about $200,000 in utility costs annually and reduce carbon emissions by 2,000 tonnes per year.
Two up and one down - U of S commits to reducing building energy use on International Polar Bear Day -
Beginning in May, building temperatures at the University of Saskatchewan will be raised two degrees in the spring and summer and lowered one degree in the fall and winter. The commitment announced on International Polar Bear Day is expected to save the U of S about $200,000 in utility costs annually and reduce carbon emissions by 2,000 tonnes per year.
New Undergraduate Research Journal at the University of Saskatchewan -
Undergraduate students involved in research at the University of Saskatchewan will now have a place to publish their work thanks to a new online, peer-reviewed journal launched today that welcomes submissions of research articles, reviews, and papers.
New Undergraduate Research Journal at the University of Saskatchewan -
Undergraduate students involved in research at the University of Saskatchewan will now have a place to publish their work thanks to a new online, peer-reviewed journal launched today that welcomes submissions of research articles, reviews, and papers.
U of S commits to reducing climate change on International Polar Bear Day -
Media are invited to join the University of Saskatchewan for a special announcement on International Polar Bear Day. The event will highlight how our own carbon footprint is affecting the Arctic region and its top predator, the polar bear.
U of S commits to reducing climate change on International Polar Bear Day -
Media are invited to join the University of Saskatchewan for a special announcement on International Polar Bear Day. The event will highlight how our own carbon footprint is affecting the Arctic region and its top predator, the polar bear.
New journal recognizes undergraduate research at the U of S -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to the launch of a new online, faculty-reviewed journal of research articles, reviews and papers written by undergraduate students.
New journal recognizes undergraduate research at the U of S -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to the launch of a new online, faculty-reviewed journal of research articles, reviews and papers written by undergraduate students.
U of S and Mosaic Company to make partnership announcement in support of local food security strategy -
Please join the Saskatoon Food Council for an announcement in partnership with The Mosaic Company to support a sustainable plan for local food security.
U of S and Mosaic Company to make partnership announcement in support of local food security strategy -
Please join the Saskatoon Food Council for an announcement in partnership with The Mosaic Company to support a sustainable plan for local food security.
Downstream marries water research and performance art -
SASKATOON - A University of Saskatchewan travelling theatre production takes audience members through an exercise in decision making when flooding or drought threatens. The play will stop in Calgary, Medicine Hat, Saskatoon and Cumberland House starting February 17.
Downstream marries water research and performance art -
SASKATOON - A University of Saskatchewan travelling theatre production takes audience members through an exercise in decision making when flooding or drought threatens. The play will stop in Calgary, Medicine Hat, Saskatoon and Cumberland House starting February 17.
U of S president pleased with support for education, research in federal budget -
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac is pleased the federal government's 2014 budget strengthens support for education and research.
U of S president pleased with support for education, research in federal budget -
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac is pleased the federal government's 2014 budget strengthens support for education and research.
U of S research suggests different approach needed for treating back pain on the farm -
SASKATOON - If you're a middle-aged farmer, there's a good chance you have chronic back pain, says University of Saskatchewan researcher Catherine Trask. You're also more likely to have a harder time getting help for it in a way that makes sense to someone with a hands-on job in a rural environment.
U of S research suggests different approach needed for treating back pain on the farm -
SASKATOON - If you're a middle-aged farmer, there's a good chance you have chronic back pain, says University of Saskatchewan researcher Catherine Trask. You're also more likely to have a harder time getting help for it in a way that makes sense to someone with a hands-on job in a rural environment.
University of Saskatchewan welcomes highest number of Aboriginal students ever -
Aboriginal students now make up 10 per cent of the total student population at the University of Saskatchewan. Recently collected data reveals that 1,999 students voluntarily self-declared their Aboriginal ancestry this academic term.
University of Saskatchewan welcomes highest number of Aboriginal students ever -
Aboriginal students now make up 10 per cent of the total student population at the University of Saskatchewan. Recently collected data reveals that 1,999 students voluntarily self-declared their Aboriginal ancestry this academic term.
New dean of pharmacy and nutrition announced -
Highly regarded pharmaceutical sciences researcher and educator Dr. Kishor Wasan has been selected as the new dean for the University of Saskatchewan's College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The university's Board of Governors approved the appointment for a five-year term effective August 1, 2014.
New dean of pharmacy and nutrition announced -
Highly regarded pharmaceutical sciences researcher and educator Dr. Kishor Wasan has been selected as the new dean for the University of Saskatchewan's College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The university's Board of Governors approved the appointment for a five-year term effective August 1, 2014.
U of S business school and SIIT sign agreement that benefits Aboriginal students -
Leaders from the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed their first-ever agreement today that will lead to more Aboriginal students holding university business degrees.
U of S business school and SIIT sign agreement that benefits Aboriginal students -
Leaders from the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed their first-ever agreement today that will lead to more Aboriginal students holding university business degrees.
U of S Edwards School of Business and SIIT to sign agreement -
The University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) invites media to be part of an announcement. The U of S and SIIT will be to signing an agreement to benefit Aboriginal students. This is the first of its kind in Saskatchewan.
U of S Edwards School of Business and SIIT to sign agreement -
The University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) invites media to be part of an announcement. The U of S and SIIT will be to signing an agreement to benefit Aboriginal students. This is the first of its kind in Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan launches campaign to raise $4-million in support of student scholarships through innovative government donor matching program -
The University of Saskatchewan launched a campaign today designed to provide increased scholarship support to students to recognize innovation and excellence andto help ensure financial constraints do not present a barrier to post-secondary education.
University of Saskatchewan launches campaign to raise $4-million in support of student scholarships through innovative government donor matching program -
The University of Saskatchewan launched a campaign today designed to provide increased scholarship support to students to recognize innovation and excellence andto help ensure financial constraints do not present a barrier to post-secondary education.
U of S, U of R researchers bring Saskatchewan history of health online -
A team of University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina researchers is unveiling an innovative new tool for academics and the public to contribute to and learn more about the history of health in Saskatchewan.
U of S, U of R researchers bring Saskatchewan history of health online -
A team of University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina researchers is unveiling an innovative new tool for academics and the public to contribute to and learn more about the history of health in Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan experts available to comment on Sochi Winter Olympics -
As the Olympic Winter Games kick off next week in Sochi, Russia, the following experts from the U of S are available to comment various on topics ranging from the training it takes to become an Olympic athlete and sports psychology to advertising and the threat of terrorist attacks:
University of Saskatchewan experts available to comment on Sochi Winter Olympics -
As the Olympic Winter Games kick off next week in Sochi, Russia, the following experts from the U of S are available to comment various on topics ranging from the training it takes to become an Olympic athlete and sports psychology to advertising and the threat of terrorist attacks:
U of S researchers develop tool to help combat dangerous infections -
SASKATOON - A new tool developed by a University of Saskatchewan research team could eventually help physicians stay ahead of dangerous fungal infections and guide development of new drugs.
U of S researchers develop tool to help combat dangerous infections -
SASKATOON - A new tool developed by a University of Saskatchewan research team could eventually help physicians stay ahead of dangerous fungal infections and guide development of new drugs.
U of S and the Government of Saskatchewan partnership to boost student support -
Media are invited to a U of S and Government of Saskatchewan announcement that will give a major boost to student scholarships. The event will feature remarks from a current U of S student about how the financial support of scholarships removed barriers, allowing her to earn a post-secondary education.
U of S and the Government of Saskatchewan partnership to boost student support -
Media are invited to a U of S and Government of Saskatchewan announcement that will give a major boost to student scholarships. The event will feature remarks from a current U of S student about how the financial support of scholarships removed barriers, allowing her to earn a post-secondary education.
U of S Students Compete to be the Next Iron Chef -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the Next Student Iron Chef competition.
U of S Students Compete to be the Next Iron Chef -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the Next Student Iron Chef competition.
U of S Professor's geological work featured in Nature brief -
A University of Saskatchewan researcher is challenging the long belief that a group of ocean creatures known as trilobites were essentially restricted to open-marine settings.
U of S Professor's geological work featured in Nature brief -
A University of Saskatchewan researcher is challenging the long belief that a group of ocean creatures known as trilobites were essentially restricted to open-marine settings.
U of S, Saskatchewan Blue Cross and SaskSport announce childhood obesity prevention program in northern Saskatchewan -
The U of S announced today the expansion of a program that aims to fight the growing epidemic of childhood obesity in Prince Albert and northern Saskatchewan. The program is called MEND, which stands for Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, and Do It.
U of S, Saskatchewan Blue Cross and SaskSport announce childhood obesity prevention program in northern Saskatchewan -
The U of S announced today the expansion of a program that aims to fight the growing epidemic of childhood obesity in Prince Albert and northern Saskatchewan. The program is called MEND, which stands for Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, and Do It.
U of S College of Nursing set to deliver nursing program in Yorkton, SK -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Nursing announced today they have entered into a partnership with Parkland College to deliver their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program in Yorkton beginning September 2014.
U of S College of Nursing set to deliver nursing program in Yorkton, SK -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Nursing announced today they have entered into a partnership with Parkland College to deliver their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program in Yorkton beginning September 2014.
New Executive Director appointed at the Canadian Light Source -
Following an extensive international search, Australian scientist Robert Lamb has been selected to lead Canada's national synchrotron, the Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan, effective August 1, 2014.
New Executive Director appointed at the Canadian Light Source -
Following an extensive international search, Australian scientist Robert Lamb has been selected to lead Canada's national synchrotron, the Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan, effective August 1, 2014.
U of S students excel at western business competition -
The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan placed first in five categories - and placed second in the School of the Year category - at Western Canada's largest business school competition.
U of S students excel at western business competition -
The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan placed first in five categories - and placed second in the School of the Year category - at Western Canada's largest business school competition.
U of S College of Nursing announces opportunity for post-secondary nursing education in Yorkton -
The University of Saskatchewan, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region invites media to be part of an announcement regarding post-secondary nursing education in Yorkton. The event will take place: Monday, January 27 1:30 pm Yorkton Regional Health Centre Mental Health Auditorium 270 Bradbrooke Drive Yorkton, SK Representatives from the College of Nursing, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region will be available for interviews following the announcement.
U of S College of Nursing announces opportunity for post-secondary nursing education in Yorkton -
The University of Saskatchewan, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region invites media to be part of an announcement regarding post-secondary nursing education in Yorkton. The event will take place: Monday, January 27 1:30 pm Yorkton Regional Health Centre Mental Health Auditorium 270 Bradbrooke Drive Yorkton, SK Representatives from the College of Nursing, Parkland College and Sunrise Health Region will be available for interviews following the announcement.
U of S conference connects students and professionals to help plan for a green Saskatoon -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S), the City of Saskatoon and the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists spent the day at a conference discussing planning strategies for Saskatoon, one of Canada's most rapidly growing cities.
U of S conference connects students and professionals to help plan for a green Saskatoon -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S), the City of Saskatoon and the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists spent the day at a conference discussing planning strategies for Saskatoon, one of Canada's most rapidly growing cities.
University of Saskatchewan signs rare partnership with Oxford University -
A unique partnership with one of the world's most prestigious academic institutions has opened the door to a new study abroad option for a select few University of Saskatchewan students, beginning fall 2014.
University of Saskatchewan signs rare partnership with Oxford University -
A unique partnership with one of the world's most prestigious academic institutions has opened the door to a new study abroad option for a select few University of Saskatchewan students, beginning fall 2014.
U of S hosts networking conference connecting students and professionals to help plan for a green Saskatoon -
Media are invited to join the University of Saskatchewan's School of Environment and Sustainability, the City of Saskatoon and the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists for a conference titled Urban Transportation and Design: Getting Where We Need to Go.
U of S hosts networking conference connecting students and professionals to help plan for a green Saskatoon -
Media are invited to join the University of Saskatchewan's School of Environment and Sustainability, the City of Saskatoon and the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists for a conference titled Urban Transportation and Design: Getting Where We Need to Go.
U of S, UK, Netherlands researchers to dig into archeological data for hidden treasures -
SASKATOON - An international team with members from the University of Saskatchewan, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands will be delving into "big data" to develop a powerful new search tool to help archaeologists find answers to questions hidden in thousands of images and text files generated from field sites around the world.
U of S, UK, Netherlands researchers to dig into archeological data for hidden treasures -
SASKATOON - An international team with members from the University of Saskatchewan, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands will be delving into "big data" to develop a powerful new search tool to help archaeologists find answers to questions hidden in thousands of images and text files generated from field sites around the world.
U of S and University of Exeter researchers say Inuit, polar bears are casualties in public war of words -
SASKATOON - Polar bears and Inuit people are collateral damage casualties in the public war of words on climate change and wildlife conservation, according to researchers from Canada and Britain.
U of S and University of Exeter researchers say Inuit, polar bears are casualties in public war of words -
SASKATOON - Polar bears and Inuit people are collateral damage casualties in the public war of words on climate change and wildlife conservation, according to researchers from Canada and Britain.
University of Saskatchewan welcomes Charles Till for the 2014 CJ Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the 2014 CJ Mackenzie Gala with Charles Till, a U of S alumni who was the longtime Associate Laboratory Director for Engineering Research at Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne) in Illinois. The program at Argonne is the largest center of international nuclear power research and development in the United States. Till will give a lecture entitled Developing nuclear power: A life in full touching on his story about how the University of Saskatchewan gave a boy from rural Saskatchewan the foundation for an exciting life of accomplishment in nuclear research.
University of Saskatchewan welcomes Charles Till for the 2014 CJ Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence -
The University of Saskatchewan invites media to attend the 2014 CJ Mackenzie Gala with Charles Till, a U of S alumni who was the longtime Associate Laboratory Director for Engineering Research at Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne) in Illinois. The program at Argonne is the largest center of international nuclear power research and development in the United States. Till will give a lecture entitled Developing nuclear power: A life in full touching on his story about how the University of Saskatchewan gave a boy from rural Saskatchewan the foundation for an exciting life of accomplishment in nuclear research.
U of S School of Public Health earns prestigious international accreditation -
SASKATOON - The University of Saskatchewan's School of Public Health (SPH) has received accreditation from the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation. The school is the first non-European school of public health to receive the designation from this agency, and is one of only two accredited programs in the country.
U of S School of Public Health earns prestigious international accreditation -
SASKATOON - The University of Saskatchewan's School of Public Health (SPH) has received accreditation from the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation. The school is the first non-European school of public health to receive the designation from this agency, and is one of only two accredited programs in the country.
Viterra and the U of S Crop Development Centre announce $5-M research agreement -
SASKATOON - Viterra and the Crop Development Centre (CDC) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) are pleased to announce a $5-million Viterra investment to enhance the CDC's success in wheat research and breeding.
Viterra and the U of S Crop Development Centre announce $5-M research agreement -
SASKATOON - Viterra and the Crop Development Centre (CDC) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) are pleased to announce a $5-million Viterra investment to enhance the CDC's success in wheat research and breeding.
Saskatchewan's Lieutenant Governor to open Canadian Museum of History's travelling exhibit, "A Queen and her Country" at U of S Diefenbaker Canada Centre -
The Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) is hosting the grand opening of the exhibit "A Queen and Her Country", with two events featuring dignitaries from across Canada and a diverse group of local students.
Saskatchewan's Lieutenant Governor to open Canadian Museum of History's travelling exhibit, "A Queen and her Country" at U of S Diefenbaker Canada Centre -
The Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) is hosting the grand opening of the exhibit "A Queen and Her Country", with two events featuring dignitaries from across Canada and a diverse group of local students.
Viterra and the U of S Crop Development Centre to make research partnership announcement -
Media are invited to join Viterra and the University of Saskatchewan's Crop Development Centre (CDC), for an announcement regarding an exciting new research partnership.
Viterra and the U of S Crop Development Centre to make research partnership announcement -
Media are invited to join Viterra and the University of Saskatchewan's Crop Development Centre (CDC), for an announcement regarding an exciting new research partnership.
U of S hosts first annual College of Engineering Safety day -
At the first annual safety day held on January 8, more than 1200 University of Saskatchewan Engineering students spent an entire day learning about safety training, awareness and education in a professional environment.
U of S hosts first annual College of Engineering Safety day -
At the first annual safety day held on January 8, more than 1200 University of Saskatchewan Engineering students spent an entire day learning about safety training, awareness and education in a professional environment.
U of S researchers awarded funding for water, fusion power and sustainable mining projects -
SASKATOON - Safe drinking water, clean fusion energy and sustainable mining are the goals of University of Saskatchewan researchers who have been awarded $1.3 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) to support their projects.
U of S researchers awarded funding for water, fusion power and sustainable mining projects -
SASKATOON - Safe drinking water, clean fusion energy and sustainable mining are the goals of University of Saskatchewan researchers who have been awarded $1.3 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) to support their projects.
U of S awarded more than $3 million from CFI Leaders fund -
SASKATOON - Ten University of Saskatchewan (U of S) research teams have been awarded more than $3 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) John R. Evans Leaders Fund for projects aimed at determining  wildlife and human impacts of natural resource development, finding ways to produce low-cost solar cells from environmentally friendly organic materials, and probing the molecular structures of genes that could put humans at risk for diseases such as such as schizophrenia, depression and autism.
U of S awarded more than $3 million from CFI Leaders fund -
SASKATOON - Ten University of Saskatchewan (U of S) research teams have been awarded more than $3 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) John R. Evans Leaders Fund for projects aimed at determining  wildlife and human impacts of natural resource development, finding ways to produce low-cost solar cells from environmentally friendly organic materials, and probing the molecular structures of genes that could put humans at risk for diseases such as such as schizophrenia, depression and autism.