Engineering dean gets right down to business

It comes as no surprise that Suzanne Kresta wasted little time in rolling up her sleeves and getting right to work.

New nursing dean keen to serve Saskatchewan

When you were born and raised in Taiwan and have travelled the world for your career, it’s easy to imagine that life in the Canadian Prairies might be a tad quaint by comparison.

The classroom of the future, here today

Rather than rows of desks at the Allsopp Learning Lab at the Edwards School of Business, students sit in clusters around screens.

JSGS places third at the National Public Administration Case Competition

Students from across Canada convened in Vancouver this past weekend to compete in the 2018 National Public Administration Case Competition (NAPCC).

Moot, class provides new learning opportunities in family law

The College of Law is responding to the growing need for lawyers trained in family law negotiation skills.

Women’s and gender studies class project sparks conversations about fast fashion

A small art installation located at the top of the Arts Building ramp is generating a lot of interest, discussion and questions from viewers and passersby.