Meet Dr. Deborah Adewole: USask’s newest non-ruminant nutritionist

The animal gut, like that of humans, is home to millions of microbes that serve various functions, and the health of an animal’s gut is critical to their overall health.

Lecia Ellis, a graduate student in the College of Education, is passionate about her job at the International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC).

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) community came together in droves to celebrate Black History Month this year.

Barbara Twum-Antwi is co-developing a project on mental health coping strategies for international students.

Dr. Tenneisha Nelson (PhD’20, GPSC’20) supports and empowers USask students and alumni in her role as an experiential learning co-ordinator at Career Services.

Take a look through a virtual photo album from an insightful new research project designed to allow University of Saskatchewan (USask) students, alumni, and members of the Black community express how they find and maintain joy and wellness in their lives.

As the month of February begins, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) community commemorates Black History Month, honouring the legacy, contributions, and stories of members of the Black community in our province and our country.