U of S researcher helps link major floods to ocean patterns

SASKATOON – The number of major floods in natural rivers across North America and Europe has not increased overall during the past 80 years, a recent study involving University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers has concluded. Instead, researchers found that the occurrence of major flooding in North America and Europe often varies with North Atlantic Ocean temperature patterns.

CFI investment advances U of S plant and medical imaging research

SASKATOON — Three University of Saskatchewan (U of S) early-career researchers have been awarded a total of more than $300,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, for state-of-the-art equipment that will help them excel in leading-edge work related to agriculture and medical imaging.

Public invited to view lunar eclipse at U of S observatory

SASKATOON - Members of the public will have the rare opportunity to view a partial lunar eclipse at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Campus Observatory on Monday, August 21, 2017.

U of S Huskie Athletics Board of Trustees announces first-ever chief athletics officer

SASKATOON – Shawn Burt is the new chief athletics officer for Huskie Athletics at the University of Saskatchewan, the first person to hold the role.

U of S Huskie Athletics Board of Trustees announces first-ever chief athletics officer

SASKATOON – Shawn Burt is the new chief athletics officer for Huskie Athletics at the University of Saskatchewan, the first person to hold the role.

Edwards school embraces new business ownership model

SASKATOON — The Edwards School of Business, SuccessionMatching and a number of industry leaders have partnered to help university students and alumni successfully transition into business ownership.

U of S appoints dean in the College of Nursing

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

U of S, Diefenbaker Canada Centre opens historic Little Stone Schoolhouse for public event

SASKATOON—For one week in August, school is back in session.

Travelling exhibit finishes 4,500 kilometre journey at the U of S

SASKATOON – A collaborative mixed-media art exhibit telling the story of Indigenous peoples living in river deltas in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and the Northwest Territories will be on display in the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre at the University of Saskatchewan until Friday, August 4, 2017.

U of S names new executive director to lead School of Environment and Sustainability

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

University of Saskatchewan names new School of Public Health director

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has hired an internationally renowned health management expert to lead the School of Public Health (SPH).

U of S part of NASA global survey of surface water

SASKATOON – Saskatchewan’s wetlands and North Saskatchewan River have been chosen as a testing ground for new NASA technologies designed to map water in northern environments and around the world.