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The U of S installed photovoltaic solar panels at the university's Horticulture Science Field Facility, where the array will provide 70 per cent of the facility's annual power needs.
The following set of photos was taken in 2011 around the U of S campus. There is a selection of of classroom, library, and general photos of students studying, attending lectures, and writing exams. Photos by Dave Stobbe/Stobbe Photo
Jim Cuddy was a special guest of the University of Saskatchewan as part of the Gail Appel Lecture Series. Cuddy's lecture, titled Canadian Music: The Dawning of Independence, took place in Convocation Hall on October 18, for an intimate crowd of 200. Cuddy peppered his unique lecture with acoustic performances of some of his band, Blue Rodeo's greatest hits.
The University of Saskatchewan and Ministry of Education unveiled a new online portal that provides digital access to a breadth of Saskatchewan’s cultural resources and materials.
University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Provost and Vice-President Academic Brett Fairbairn signed a memorandum of understanding with Barry Bisson, president of Shad Valley International, a not-for-profit educational organization, formalizing a partnership between the two institutions. Beginning in 2013, the U of S will be one of two universities in Western Canada to host this prestigious university-based development program for high potential secondary school students.
Donors Roger and Marie Jolly have given one of the world's finest-made pianos to the University of Saskatchewan. The C. Bechstein D280 concert grand piano can be heard at performances in Convocation Hall in the Peter MacKinnon Building on campus. Photos by Mark Ferguson
Sylvia Fedoruk, a renowned medical physicist at the University of Saskatchewan, an outstanding athlete and the province’s first female Lieutenant Governor, passed away at her home in Saskatoon Sept. 26. She was 85.
The U of S was on display at the 2012 CCMA awards with exhibits from the Museum of Antiquities, Library Special Collections, Department of Music, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University Art Collection, and the Colleges of Arts and Science and Agriculture and Bioresources. Photos by Mark Ferguson.
Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) have discovered a massive meteor impact from millions of years ago in Canada's western Arctic. Located on the northwestern part of Victoria Island, the impact crater, or astrobleme, is about 25 km wide. It is Canada's thirtieth known meteorite impact feature.
This is a set of photos featuring the U of S Board of Governors with outgoing President Peter MacKinnon and incoming President Iliene Busch-Vishniac, the President's Executive Team, and the three chairpersons of the university's tri-governing bodies: Jay Kalra (Council), Vera Pezer (Senate) and Nancy Hopkins (BOG).
The Graduation Powwow celebrates graduating Aboriginal students from the U of S and from high schools across the province. For centuries, song and dance has been used to facilitate prayer and thanks giving within Aboriginal cultures—and so, we think a powwow is the perfect setting to celebrate our graduates.
Plans to proceed with the Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre were announced on Oct. 4, 2011. New architectural renderings and artwork for the centre were unveiled at a special event May 9, 2012 with chief architect Douglas Cardinal.
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The University of Saskatchewan has a long history of bringing programming to and creating connections with First Nation and Métis communities in Saskatchewan. Building on that tradition is the Office of Aboriginal Initiatives at the English River First Nation urban reserve.
Check out the beautiful University of Saskatchewan campus.
On March 30, 2012, the Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) on the U of S campus reopened its doors to the public with new gallery exhibits featuring former Prime Minister John D. Diefenbaker and his contributions to human rights.
The 2012 University of Saskatchewan Space Design Team is preparing to build a nanosatellite that will study plasma in the earth's ionosphere.
These are photos of the University of Saskatchewan campus and the surrounding area taken from the air
From Huskie athletics to community outreach programs, see what University of Saskatchewan student life is all about.
Photos of senior administration, staff, students, researchers and faculty at the U of S.
The University of Saskatchewan is proud of our Huskies. Check out photos of our coaches, fans, and athletes.
This photo set includes pictures of the different facilities on campus, from the Kenderdine Gallery to the Campus Cove arcade.
The College Quarter is a multi-year plan to develop a 145-acre site into a sustainable community for U of S students, faculty and staff, while building connections between the university and its neighbours. More information on the College Quarter can be found at www.usask.ca/collegequarter/
Check out photos of a four-bedroom show suite in the new undergraduate student residence buildings currently under construction in the university's College Quarter. Students are scheduled to begin living in the new residences beginning in the fall 2011.
2012 Tansley Lecture - In defence of political staff presented by Ian Brodie Ian Brodie was a major player in the Conservative Party's rise to power over the past decade. He served as Executive Director of the Conservative Party and Stephen Harper's Chief of Staff, and put together the 2006 Conservative election platform, Stand Up for Canada. Before his political work, he was associate professor of political science at the University of Western Ontario. April 19, 2012 Conexus Arts Centre, Regina
The JSGS Policy Change Lecture Series features renowned speakers who address questions of change in substantive policy areas and in the manner in which policy is devised and implemented on a wide array of topics. Photo Credit: David Stobbe