This issue features eight pages of coverage celebrating USask Indigenous initiatives and student and faculty achievement, spotlighting arts and science, education, engineering, law, medicine, and the university library. We also update the campus community on USask’s Post-Pandemic Shift Project, as well as emergency room pandemic procedures and social accountability in medicine. Rounding out the February edition is a look at a Wikipedia student project, and our monthly Huskie Athletics and Uniquely USask features.
Read the February edition of OCN.
While the majority of USask students, staff and faculty continuing to work from home during the ongoing pandemic, the monthly news magazine is available online-only for download here. Each of this issue’s OCN stories are also posted individually in the news section on the university website here.
Throughout 2021, USask communications specialists will work to update the campus community on program and research developments and human-interest features from a broad cross-section of colleges, schools, and facilities. We hope that you enjoy perusing the February edition of OCN.
— On Campus News