people

Willness new sustainability chair

The concept of sustainability has made great strides in recent years, with organizations large and small voluntarily opting in to new and exciting environmental initiatives to advance the cause locally and globally.

general

Open textbooks lead to community contributions

Had any cool geological experiences lately? Sessional lecturer Karla Panchuk hopes some of her students have, since she will soon be asking them to contribute to the class textbook by sharing photos and stories.

colleges

Alberta government ends 54-year partnership with WCVM

Although Western College of Veterinary Medicine Dean Dr. Douglas Freeman is deeply disappointed by the Province of Alberta's decision to withdraw its longtime support of the region's veterinary college, he says the WCVM’s commitment to western Canadians remains firm.

colleges

Medical school ready for accreditation visit

The College of Medicine is preparing for a much-anticipated full-site accreditation visit this fall, Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, to review the school’s undergraduate medical education (or MD) program.

general

Fall Convocation award winners

The University of Saskatchewan’s Fall Convocation will be held Oct. 28 at TCU Place, with ceremonies scheduled for 9 am and 2 pm. In addition to the degrees received by students, the following awards and honorary degrees will be presented.

research

Gamble doubles down on campus collaboration

There’s collaboration, and then there’s collaboration on the scale that Dr. Jonathan Gamble and his team are working on.

people

Vessey finds his key to success

Growing up, Colton Vessey always dreamed of being a marine biologist. He wanted to wade into the ocean and find exciting, practical ways to help the environment.