Kaplan Chair to enhance music department

With more than 30 years on campus before he retired in 1991, plus a continued presence as an emeritus professor thereafter, it’s impossible to measure the remarkable effect someone like David Kaplan has had on the University of Saskatchewan.

U of S appoints dean in the College of Nursing

The University of Saskatchewan has appointed HM (Huey-Ming) Tzeng as dean of the College of Nursing for a five-year term.

U of S names new executive director to lead SENS

After decades of studying ecosystems on four continents, Irena Creed is coming to the U of S to lead the School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS).

The best of both worlds

In the either/or divide between organic and conventional agriculture, Chris Willenborg refuses to take sides. Or rather, he picks both.

Shedding new light on dark matter

The tricky thing about spotting dark matter is, well, that it’s impossible to see with the naked eye.

Taking back control from online technologies

Julita Vassileva wants to liberate us from the siren call of technologies such as smartphones that have some of us missing assignments, souring relationships, walking into walls and worse.

Digging into history at Wanuskewin

University of Saskatchewan archaeologist Ernie Walker pores over a bison phalange, a piece from the front hoof that he estimates is nearly 5,000 years old.