USask researchers find changing environment bringing bear species together

SASKATOON – In an unprecedented finding, University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have recorded all three species of North American bears occupying overlapping territory in Canada’s subarctic.

Groundwater in peril: U.S. fresh water supply smaller than originally thought

SASKATOON – The United States (U.S.) fresh groundwater supply is smaller than originally thought due to stresses to critical resources from both the top down and the bottom up, says a University of Saskatchewan-led (USask) research study involving colleagues in Arizona and California.

USask researchers awarded $3.4M for projects to mitigate greenhouse gases in agriculture

SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, the School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS), and the Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) are receiving $3.4 million from the Government of Canada for leading-edge projects to reduce environmental impacts in the agriculture sector.

USask and new partner, Valard Group, aim to advance renewable energy in remote communities

SASKATOON – A unique University of Saskatchewan(USask) research program that aims to address policy challenges and socio-economic barriers to renewable energy development in northern, remote and Indigenous communities will receive a significant boost thanks to a major gift from the Valard Group of Companies.

Unique USask-led event brings together academics and industry to tackle latest challenges in AgTech

SASKATOON — What is the scope for genomics to improve crops’ frost tolerance? What impacts will Blockchain have on the agricultural industry? What are the most cost-effective and precise methods for determining plant health and diagnosing issues?

USask to host Remembrance Day ceremony and memorial unveiling

SASKATOON – Media and members of the public are invited to attend two Remembrance Day events at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) campus this week.

Alumnus’ gift gives USask students from Iqaluit opportunity to attend Indigenous conference

SASKATOON—A generous gift from University of Saskatchewan (USask) alumnus Ken Fredeen (LLB’83) has allowed five USask students from Iqaluit to travel to Saskatoon for the first time since the Nunavut Law Program was established at the College of Law.

Students challenge USask dean to take the Chillin’ for Charity plunge

SASKATOON – With snow in the forecast, the members of the Edwards School of Business JDC West team will host the annual Chillin’ for Charity event today.

International biosciences leader named interim executive director and CEO for GIFS

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) and the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) board of directors are pleased to announce that current board member Stephen Visscher will assume the role of interim executive director and CEO for GIFS beginning mid-November.

Education announces active learning classroom construction at the U of S

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Education is proud to announce construction of the Grit and Scott McCreath Active Learning Classroom, a progressive project designed to improve teaching and learning for future educators.

Donor supports Education Active Learning Classroom

SASKATOON - The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Education invites members of the media to attend a gift announcement by University of Saskatchewan alumni Grit and Scott McCreath that will advance opportunities in teaching and learning with technology in the Education Building.

954 University of Saskatchewan students graduate this fall

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) invites members of the media to attend Fall Convocation.