U of S hydrologist Howard Wheater to advise on U.S. national water future

SASKATOON—Renowned University of Saskatchewan (U of S) hydrologist Howard Wheater, who co-leads the world’s largest university-based water research initiative—Global Water Futures (GWF)— has been appointed to a distinguished U.S. National Academies panel looking into the future of water resources in the United States.

U of S to host Canada 150 forum on the future of health care in Canada

SASKATOON – Members of the media are invited to hear from a panel of experts as they discuss the best way forward for Canadian health care.

U of S holds Canada 150 Citizenship Ceremony

SASKATOON–For the first time in its history, the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) will host a citizenship ceremony on its campus. Up to 50 new Canadians will take the Oath of Citizenship with Presiding Official Lynda Haverstock, Saskatchewan’s former Lieutenant Governor. 

U of S researchers awarded $10.7M by NSERC

SASKATOON – Sixty University of Saskatchewan (U of S) faculty and 27 graduate students and post-doctoral fellows have been awarded a total of $10.7 million by the federal Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) for fundamental research that will contribute to more prosperous future for Canada.

U of S College of Law launches Nunavut Law Program with welcoming ceremony

SASKATOON - On Sept. 11, 2017, the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) was pleased to host a first-year welcoming ceremony at the Cadet Hall in Iqaluit, Nunavut, to officially welcome 25 students into the new Nunavut Law Program.

U of S celebrating a century of commerce

SASKATOON – From humble beginnings as the first accounting school in Canada, the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) kicked off a year-long centennial celebration today.

U of S recognizes outstanding citizens in honour of Canada 150

SASKATOON – Ten remarkable members of the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) community are being recognized as U of S Canada 150 Citizens for significantly contributing to Canada becoming a more diverse, inclusive and environmentally sustainable country.

University of Saskatchewan enrolment continues to grow

SASKATOON - As of the first day of classes, 20,670 undergraduate and graduate students are registered in fall term classes at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S)—up 2.1 per cent from the previous year.

World's first Learning Lab launched at U of S

SASKATOON – The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) will officially unveil the Allsopp Learning Lab—the first of its kind in the world—during a grand opening event on September 7.

Canadian Light Source and University of Saskatchewan attract international synchrotron expert as new machine director

Mark Boland begins his new dual role this week as the machine director for the Canadian Light Source and as an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics at the University of Saskatchewan.

University-led group urges plan to address Canada’s looming shortage of neutron beams for materials research

A non-profit group of Canadian university and industry researchers says Canada must act now or it will lose access to a critically important scientific tool—neutron beams—when the National Research Universal (NRU) reactor at Chalk River closes in March of 2018.

U of S experts are available for back-to-school topics

As the new school year starts, U of S faculty are available for media interviews on the following topics: