research

Volker Gerdts named new USask VIDO-InterVac director and CEO

Following an international search, Dr. Volker Gerdts has been selected to lead the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization-International Vaccine Centre, a world leader in infectious disease research and vaccine development.

people

USask professor is an award-winning mentor

University of Saskatchewan (USask) environmental scientist Dr. Colin Laroque (PhD) stresses hands-on learning in providing his undergraduate students with high-quality, innovative research experiences—an approach that has earned him wide recognition, including an international mentorship award.

colleges

USask leads dentistry research project

The Canadian Dental Association (CDA) and the Association of Canadian Faculties of Dentistry have awarded the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Dentistry a research grant with significant potential for dental schools across Canada.

general

Online course promotes Indigenous wellness

Establishing a safe and welcoming environment plays a significant part in providing health care.

people

From the U.S. to USask: the road to citizenship

For Rosario Barba, being welcomed to Canada in 2016 was truly a life-changing experience for the University of Saskatchewan (USask) student.

colleges

Inuit students happy to have USask law program

Born in Nunavut, 300 kilometres from the Arctic Circle, Robert Comeau never dreamed of going to law school one day, never mind having the opportunity right in his own community.

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P.A. campus creates homegrown success

For many students, moving to complete their post-secondary education is something of a rite of passage. But for Carly Mattila, having the choice to stay home in Prince Albert for university is something that she does not take for granted.