USask kinesiology and medicine researchers examine how diabetes affects bone strength

Children with Type 1 diabetes (DM1) have a high risk of fracture, but experts don’t know why.

Top-notch accreditation results for USask College of Medicine

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Medicine has achieved further strong results from the Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools (CACMS), meaning a site visit will not be required until 2025 or 2026

GENI student videos showcase strength and resilience of northern communities

JSGS students in the Master of Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous Areas (GENI) program are showcased in a series of short videos that highlight the resilience and strength of northern Saskatchewan.

USask economics student recognized at prestigious international conference

An undergraduate student in the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Arts and Science has been honoured by an American organization for her achievements in the study of economics.

USask professor named Co-Lead of the Fulbright Arctic Initiative

The Fulbright Arctic Initiative is a globally successful initiative that brings together a group of world-leading scholars and practitioners to address pressing issues facing Northern and Indigenous Arctic communities.

USask climate history course offers important lessons

Dr. Bill Patterson (PhD) has spent his career reconstructing environmental records using the latest scientific techniques. But when he discusses climate history, he also likes to talk about witches.

Inspiring Indigenous STEM students at USask

Matt Dunn wasn’t always comfortable with the idea of being a role model.