University of Saskatchewan a key partner in Agri-Food Supercluster announced today -
SASKATOON - As a world-leading agricultural research university, the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) will be a pivotal partner in Canada's agricultural supercluster-Protein Industries Canada-announced today in Ottawa by Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains as one of five national superclusters awarded a total of $950 million.
U of S hosts Canada 150 Book Launch with President Emeritus Peter MacKinnon -
SASKATOON - Members of the media are invited to join former University of Saskatchewan (U of S) president Peter MacKinnon for the launch of his new book University Commons Divided: Exploring Debate and Dissent on Campus.
College of Graduate and Post-doctoral Studies earmarks new scholarship money -
SASKATOON - The College of Graduate and Post-doctoral Studies (CGPS) at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has announced two new scholarships aimed at supporting top graduate and post-doctoral researchers.
Romanow to speak at Indigenous student achievement ceremony -
Members of the media are invited to the University of Saskatchewan's (U of S) Indigenous student achievement awards ceremony. These prestigious awards will be presented to 44 students from 12 colleges and three student groups.
U of S to host People Around the World research conference -
Dr. Alaa Murabit of the UN is keynote speaker
Indigenous Achievement Week at the University of Saskatchewan -
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) invites members of the media to attend Indigenous Achievement Week (IAW). The week is open to the public and celebrates the successes and contributions of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students, staff and faculty.
Expert to speak at the U of S on rape and sexual harassment -
SASKATOON - Members of the media are invited to attend It Takes More Than a Moment: Challenging Impunity for Rape and Sexual Harassmen, with Janine Benedet, presented by the McKercher Lecture Series at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Law.
U of S SCI-FI Camps funding boost will immerse youth in STEM -
SASKATOON - The College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) will receive approximately $165,000 in new funding to support SCI-FI Camps, with the goal of engaging underrepresented youth in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programs.
U of S Diefenbaker Centre hits the ice with game-winning hockey exhibition -
SASKATOON - Hockey is many things, shinny on a frozen pond, the sweat-soaked smell of a locker room, a winning wrist shot, a roaring crowd. But most of all, it is an enduring national passion that brings Canadians together regardless of geography, language, gender or age.
Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health formally welcomed with pipe ceremony -
SASKATOON - A pipe ceremony this week will formally and traditionally welcome Dr. Alexandra King, Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health, to the University of Saskatchewan.King is leading work to improve Indigenous health care in Saskatchewan.
U of S-led homelessness mitigation project aims to be national model -
SASKATOON - The rate of homelessness in Saskatchewan is well above the national average. To tackle the issue, a community partnership in Prince Albert led by University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researcher June Anonson is developing a model that can be applied across the province and is transferable across Canada.
Province funds major science research at the University of Saskatchewan -
The Government of Saskatchewan has committed $2.2 million in funding to Compute Canada, a national organization that provides Saskatchewan’s research community with advanced research computing infrastructure, support personnel and services.
Breast cancer survivors needed for U of S study -
SASKATOON – Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) know that one in nine women in Canada will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, according to the Canadian Cancer Society. Fortunately, the survival rate for breast cancer is high, however, it often results in upper limb impairments following surgery.
U of S hosts Indigenous Spend-a-Day for prospective students -
Through interactive sessions, an Indigenous U of S student panel and an information fair, students learned about the program opportunities that have made the U of S the choice of more than 2,900 current self-declared Indigenous students.
Experts to speak at the U of S on impact of marijuana legalization -
SASKATOON – Members of the media are invited to attend Marijuana Legalization: Impacts on Students, Employers and the Public, presented by the McKercher Lecture Series at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Law.
JSGS professor awarded $56k for women’s health research -
SASKATOON – Alana Cattapan, an assistant professor in the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), has been awarded a New Investigator Grant by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) to explore how the concept of “women of childbearing age” influences public health policy and biomedical research.