La Ronge veterinary clinic a success

The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) is dedicated to making a difference for animals and their owners in a community where the closest veterinarian is 250-kilometres away.


Small bones yield big results for U of S researcher at CLS

Bones tell a person’s story long after they have passed away and researchers are learning that even the tiniest of bones shouldn’t be overlooked.


U of S takes additional measures to address funding shortfall

The University of Saskatchewan will reduce senior leadership salaries and benefits and spend its reserve funds far below the recommended level for public institutions in order to meet a projected budget deficit in the coming year, President Peter Stoicheff told the institution’s Board of Governors last week.


Alumnus establishes bursary for humanitarian work

Pharmacy and nutrition alumna Colleen Howard (BSP'72) bequeathed approximately $195,000 from her estate to the college for continuing education and to establish the Colleen Howard Humanitarian Bursary.


New technique looks at lead in old bones

Sanjukta Choudhury is helping synchrotron researchers reveal in unprecedented detail the “unseen worlds” within their samples.


Social justice in India

Delegates from the U of S College of Arts and Science will lend their expertise at an intensive workshop in India to help the next generation of researchers there advance social justice.


U of S appoints dean in College of Engineering

The University of Saskatchewan has appointed Suzanne Kresta as dean of the College of Engineering for a five-year term.