USask statement on 2024-25 federal budget

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) applauds the 2024-25 federal budget’s strong support for key areas of post-secondary education and research.

Kristin Moskalyk and Nicole Lamoureux, graduate students from the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Educational Technology and Design (ETAD) program through the College of Education, were awarded $10,000 as finalists in the Metaverse for Sustainable Development Goals Global Prize and Virtual Reality Competition.

The Government of Saskatchewan is supporting veterinary programs at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) by providing $13.2 million to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) in 2024-25 — an increase of $667,000.

Each year, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) recognizes the achievements of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students, staff, faculty and alumni during Indigenous Achievement Week (IAW). They hold a celebration to celebrate the award winners and highlight their achievements.

The network involves experts from universities across Canada and includes stations and observatories in almost every province and territory.

Doris Wesaquate is many things: a PhD student, grandmother of 17, mother of four, and a daughter, among others. Now she is also an Indigenous Student Achievement Award winner at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

Edwards Executive Education, an off-campus site of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Edwards School of Business, is relocating this summer.