An announcement from USask’s Global Water Futures Observatory

SASKATOON—Members of the media are invited by USask’s Global Water Futures Observatory (GWFO) program and the Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) for an announcement regarding the groundbreaking GWFO research facility.

New degree at USask aims to address dental hygienist shortage

SASKATOON – The College of Dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is introducing a new Dental Hygiene program, addressing critical workforce shortages while enhancing oral health care for residents across the province.

USask rises and expands success in QS international subject rankings

SASKATOON -- The University of Saskatchewan (USask) continues to make a name for itself on the world stage, increasing the number of ranked subjects in the international ranking system, QS World University Rankings by Subject.

USask-led reproductive health and rights initiative receives $20 million

SASKATOON -- Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are developing a comprehensive health and rights program in Mozambique.

Exploring Canada’s Wartime Past: Lost Liberties at the USask’s Diefenbaker Canada Centre

SASKATOON — The Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has a new exhibit that showcases the complexities of wartime decisions and their implication on civil liberties.

USask, City of Saskatoon researching sustainable theatre strategies

SASKATOON -- A joint project between the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and the City of Saskatoon will explore best practices for creating sustainable and shared resources.

USask research making a splash on World Water Day

SASKATOON -- The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is celebrating World Water Day – and showcasing its world-class water research happening on campus and beyond.

Cross-continental bird tracking network receives $3.1-million boost

SASKATOON – A Canadian-led project involving University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers to track birds, bats and insects across North and South America has received funding from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI).

USask hosts Ukrainian teachers for English language course

SASKATOON – Members of the media are invited to interview visiting Ukrainian teachers as their three-week course on English as an Additional Language instruction at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) concludes.

Métis cancer survivor experiences documented in digital storytelling project

SASKATOON – A University of Saskatchewan (USask)-led project with the support of the Saskatchewan Network Environments for Indigenous Health Research (SK-NEIHR) puts Métis stories front and centre.

USask’s VIDO selected to join DIANA innovation accelerator

SASKATOON — The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) has been selected to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic (DIANA) program. VIDO is one of 13 new Canadian test centres chosen to be part of the network—and the only centre with biotechnology as its main focus.

National USask-led satellite science mission receives $17 million in funding

SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have received $17 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) fund in support of the HAWC (High-altitude Aerosols, Water vapour and Clouds) mission. This will place USask at the forefront of space innovation and has the potential to revolutionize the way we understand and address climate change.

Innovative new crop protection developed with USask research

SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are helping protect crops using biologicals as an ecofriendly alternative to synthetic chemicals and GMO solutions.

USask breast cancer research targets post-treatment function, rehabilitation

SASKATOON--Researchers with the Canadian Centre for Rural and Agricultural Health (CCRAH) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are testing movement and functional abilities for patients’ post-surgical treatment of breast cancer.

USask researchers seek to develop new breast cancer treatments

SASKATOON--Improving patient’s cancer treatments and minimizing side effects is the focus of new research at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) which aims to explore an innovative and potentially life-changing treatment targeting the most aggressive form of breast cancer.

Innovative USask health research projects receive $4.86 million from CIHR

SASKATOON - Health care research projects at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) ranging from breast cancer treatments to pandemic preparedness have been awarded funding in the latest round of Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) grants.

Dermatology residency training to begin at USask College of Medicine Regina campus this summer

SASKATOON – Following years of collaborating with other universities to train dermatology residents for Saskatchewan, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Medicine will welcome its first resident into its newly accredited dermatology program in July 2024.

Tsunami on the plains: USask researchers find sea waves once swept Prairie Provinces

SASKATOON--Hundreds of millions of years ago, an earthquake sent a series of massive waves across the ancient sea that covered part of Western Canada and the northern United States.

USask pulse research part of $11 million federal investment

SASKATOON – The federal government has announced an investment of up to $11,017,979 to Pulse Canada to support key pulse crop research at institutions across the country — including the University of Saskatchewan (USask) — and to drive the pulse industry forward.

USask Greystone Theatre launches new comedy, 10 Out of 12

SASKATOON – From Feb. 7 to 10, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Arts and Science Department of Drama’s latest production, 10 Out of 12, will hit the Greystone Theatre stage.

USask Greystone Singers partner with quantum researchers for concert

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Greystone Singers and the Aurora Voce alumni choir will be performing a concert that includes a unique light show created by USask Quantum Innovation researchers.

Celebrating Black History Month at USask

SASKATOON – Members of the media are invited to attend a special Black History Month launch event at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

Announcing USask Greystone Theatre’s new comedy, 10 Out of 12

SASKATOON – On Tuesday, Jan. 30, media are invited to Greystone Theatre to attend an exclusive preview performance of excerpts from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Arts and Science Department of Drama’s latest production, 10 Out of 12.

USask livestock and forage research receives nearly $6 million

SASKATOON – Livestock-focused research projects spearheaded by researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and USask-affiliated centres received almost $6 million from the Agriculture Development Fund (ADF) and are supported by industry co-funders.

Art exhibition springs from USask dog-human relationship research

SASKATOON – An art exhibition featuring representations of the bond between dogs and humans, and based on work led by a University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher, will be unveiled at Wanuskewin before touring the province for two years.

USask researcher awarded $4.2 million to battle root rot

SASKATOON – Root rot in pulse crops has grown to be a devastating issue for growers across Saskatchewan and Western Canada, so a team of University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers and colleagues at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and the National Research Council (NRC) led by Dr. Sabine Banniza (PhD) of USask’s Crop Development Centre (CDC) is comprehensively searching for ways to beat it.

Joint efforts by USask research team simulate Canada’s cannabis consumption

SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are developing models to more accurately determine the effects of cannabis on consumers.

Sask. farmers produce some of the world’s most sustainable crops: GIFS at USask study

SASKATOON – Saskatchewan farmers are producing some of the least carbon-intensive crops in Canada and the world, as highlighted in a carbon life cycle analysis commissioned by the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

More than $10 million awarded to USask crop research projects

SASKATOON – Twenty-nine crop science projects from researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) have received a total of close to $7.5 million from the Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan and more than $2.5 million in co-funding from industry partners.

An announcement on Saskatchewan’s sustainable agriculture

Members of the media are invited by the Global Institute (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) for an announcement regarding Saskatchewan’s sustainable agriculture.

medSask pharmacy guidelines gaining nationwide reach

SASKATOON – A Saskatchewan-developed tool to support pharmacists with prescribing for various minor ailments and self-care conditions is now used by thousands of students and professionals in every province across Canada.

USask researchers explore untold history of psychedelics

SASKATOON -- A University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher has led the creation of a new book which compiles stories of the history of psychedelic drugs around the world, both clinically and culturally.

USask appoints new lentil and faba bean breeder

SASKATOON – Dr. Ana Vargas (PhD) has been appointed as the new lentil and faba bean breeder and an Agri-Food Innovation Fund Chair at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

USask research tackles food insecurity in the community

SASKATOON – Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) have cooked up a new way to fight local food insecurity in Saskatchewan: a dry soup mix product to be distributed by the Regina Food Bank and the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.

USask and local food banks to launch innovative soup mix

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is unveiling an innovative soup mix that will have an impact in our communities.

Mitigating rural poverty through sustainable biomass production: USask research

SASKATOON – A recently published paper by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers explores the nexus between climate change, biomass production, and rural poverty, and outlines a hopeful path to a future where environmentally sustainable practices advance the economic and social well-being of vulnerable people around the globe.

USask cattle feed innovations good for the planet and our pockets

SASKATOON – By exploring novel treatments to existing agricultural byproducts, University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are working to establish environmentally sustainable and economically feasible feed alternatives to benefit Saskatchewan producers and consumers alike.

USask climbs worldwide sustainability rankings

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has risen in the QS World University Rankings: Sustainability, cementing its position as a top-100 institution globally taking on the world’s greatest environmental, social and governance issues.

English River First Nation poet-photographer named USask Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence

SASKATOON – Award-winning poet and photographer Tenille Campbell (BA’07, MFA’12) has been selected as the next Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence for a 12-week residency with the University Library at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), beginning in January.

GIFS at USask partnership receives $56 million commitment for Bangladesh agtech centre

SASKATOON — A research and training initiative launched by the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and the Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC) of the Ministry of Agriculture in Bangladesh has received a $56.2 million commitment from the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

USask to deliver nursing program at Lloydminster’s Lakeland College

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Nursing is now offering its Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program in Lloydminster, Alta., in partnership with Lakeland College.

VIDO awarded U.S. contract for its Vaccine Development Centre

SASKATOON — The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) in Canada has been awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, 75N93023D00013, by the United States’ National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

USask College of Nursing announces opportunity for post-secondary nursing education in Lloydminster

SASKATOON--The University of Saskatchewan (USask) and Lakeland College invite media to be part of an announcement regarding post-secondary nursing education in Lloydminster.

USask part of SSHRC-funded nationwide theatre school research project

SASKATOON--In a one-of-a-kind national theatre research project, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is involved in a Canada-wide collaboration of post-secondary theatre schools to create more diverse, equitable and inclusive theatre education across the country.

USask, City of Saskatoon partner to fight housing insecurity

SASKATOON--A joint project between USask researchers and members of the Saskatoon Fire Department is looking to develop top-down solutions to issues of housing insecurity and homelessness for Saskatoon residents.

USask’s Master of Indigenous Land-Based Education program celebrates first graduates

SASKATOON – Sixteen graduates of the Master of Indigenous Land-based Education (MILBE) program received their diplomas from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) at Fall Convocation on Wednesday, November 8 at Merlis Belsher Place.

USask to host 95th annual Remembrance Day ceremony

SASKATOON—The University of Saskatchewan (USask) community, members of the public and the media are invited to gather for USask's 95th annual wreath-laying ceremony and brief program on Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Memorial Gates in honour of Remembrance Day.

North West College and USask join forces to expand registered nursing education

NORTH BATTLEFORD – North West College and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are proud to announce a partnership to bring expanded educational opportunities to students of northwest Saskatchewan. This collaborative endeavour will create new pathways for aspiring registered nurses to pursue their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree without leaving their communities.

USask researcher explores value of service dogs for veterans

SASKATOON—Dr. Linzi Williamson (PhD) knows the benefits service dogs can have for veterans – and she hopes she can show the public those benefits, too.

USask College of Nursing announces opportunity for post-secondary nursing education in North Battleford

SASKATOON -- The University of Saskatchewan (USask) and North West College invites media to be part of an announcement regarding post-secondary nursing education in North Battleford.

USask’s College of Dentistry earns spot in prestigious global rankings

SASKATOON – For the first time in the College of Dentistry’s 58-year history, the college at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has earned a spot in a prestigious international university ranking for dental schools.

USask Fall Convocation to celebrate 934 graduates

SASKATOON – This fall, 934 students will receive 956 degrees, certificates and diplomas from the University of Saskatchewan (USask). These graduates join a century-old community of more than 171,000 alumni worldwide whose contributions are helping to shape our world.

USask moving up in international subject rankings

SASKATOON -- USask achieved high rankings in multiple areas in both the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by Subject and the ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.

Talking taxes: New USask-City of Saskatoon research project

SASKATOON -- University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are working with City of Saskatoon officials to identify potential avenues for property tax reform, as well as developing strategies to communicate these changes to city residents.

USask’s VIDO signs agreement with Pirbright to advance vaccine manufacturing

SASKATOON — The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Centre for Veterinary Vaccine Innovation and Manufacturing (CVIM) at The Pirbright Institute (Pirbright). The MOU allows for expanded collaborations and training around vaccine manufacturing to drive innovations for animal health.

GIFS laboratory at USask brings latest sequencing technology to Western Canada

SASKATOON — World-class talent and sequencing technology at the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is enabling researchers in agriculture and other disciplines to more quickly — and cost effectively — explore the genomes of plants, animals, and microbes.

FSIN, USask College of Law to sign MOU to foster First Nations child welfare legal research

SASKATOON – The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) and the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Saturday, Oct. 21 at noon. The MOU represents a collaborative commitment to advance legal reform in child welfare systems for First Nations communities in Saskatchewan.

USask co-hosts Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week featuring former Chief Cadmus Delorme

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will co-host the eighth annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week, including events designed to raise awareness, promote education, and encourage action in the pursuit of justice, and featuring a lecture from renowned Indigenous leader Cadmus Delorme, former Chief of Cowessess First Nation.

USask Prince Albert campus hosts first Open House

PRINCE ALBERT – The first Open House at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Prince Albert campus takes place on Friday, Oct. 20.

Diefenbaker Canada Centre gears up for annual USask Ghost Tours

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) stands as a testament to over a century of remarkable history, marked by a fusion of architectural grandeur and academic excellence. Lurking beneath the surface are some well-kept secrets and tales of paranormal activity that await discovery.

New Department of Indigenous Health and Wellness approved at USask College of Medicine

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Medicine is creating a first of its kind department in a Canadian medical school, dedicated to improving the health outcomes of Indigenous Peoples in Saskatchewan through academics and education.

USask, City of Saskatoon explore merits of sustainable transportation strategies

SASKATOON — A joint project co-led by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers and City of Saskatoon officials will use data-driven assessment tools to create “healthy, sustainable transportation” strategies in Saskatoon.

USask’s Diefenbaker Canada Centre unveils captivating exhibition celebrating Mennonite women

SASKATOON – The Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is excited to announce the opening of Resurfacing: Mennonite Floor Patterns, a unique exhibition developed by featured visual artist Margruite Krahn, from Neubergthal, Manitoba.

USask announces new admission pathway for the Indigenous Lands Governance and Indigenous Resource Management diplomas

SASKATOON – Students can now enter the diplomas in the Kanawayihetaytan Askiy program directly from high school.

Take a trip back in time – and explore something new – with the Amati quartet

SASKATOON – The second annual concert series, Discovering the Amatis, featuring the famed University of Saskatchewan (USask) Amati String Instrument Collection, will open on Oct. 15 in with a special performance by Stéphane Tétreault on cello, an instrument that has a unique and fascinating history.

USask's College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies showcases research excellence

SASKATOON – Emerging research at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is advancing Saskatchewan's social and economic growth.

Vital multiple sclerosis research at USask to continue with $750,000 donation from Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation

SASKATOON - A new gift of $750,000 from the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation (SCHF) will provide funding to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Medicine to support the Saskatchewan Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Clinical Research Chair for the next three years.

USask researchers aim to make cancer fertility preservation program a reality

SASKATOON - Dr. James Benson (PhD) and Dr. Laura Hopkins (MD) believe the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has the tools to provide groundbreaking cancer treatment services to women across Canada.

USask to honour Poilièvre for lifetime commitment to community

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will honour the remarkable public service of Father André Poilièvre during USask Fall Convocation next month.

USask to offer Bachelor of Education program in Pelican Narrows

PELICAN NARROWS, Sask. – Representatives from the University of Saskatchewan (USask), Northern Lights School Division and Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (PBCN) Education Authority met in Pelican Narrows Wednesday, Sept. 27 to sign an agreement between their organizations to offer the Bachelor of Education degree program in the northern community.

USask climbs higher than ever in Times Higher Education rankings

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has reached its highest-ever position in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, an indicator that gauges university performances at an international level.

New centre at USask honours Indigenous connection to the land

SASKATOON – Guided by Indigenous peoples, the new kihci-okâwîmâw askiy (Great Mother Earth in Plains Cree) Knowledge Centre at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) serves as a resource for Indigenous communities and organizations seeking land-related information, training, and research partnerships.

USask rural health centre announces two distinct milestones: a new name, and a ‘transformative’ $1.5 million gift to develop a mobile unit for rural health and wellness

SASKATOON - The newly renamed Canadian Centre for Rural and Agricultural Health (CCRAH) is celebrating its new name along with a $1.5 million gift that will help ensure the safety and health of rural people and their families.

USask’s VIDO selected for CEPI’s international research network

SASKATOON — The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) has signed an agreement today to join the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations’ (CEPI) preclinical research network. VIDO is the only organization in Canada and the ninth in the world selected for this research network to date.

USask tennis courts get a little “love” thanks to generous donation

SASKATOON - You could say a little “love” is being shown to the tennis courts sitting behind the Education building on the University of Saskatchewan campus.

USask rural health centre announces two distinct milestones: a new name, and a ‘transformative’ $1.5 million gift to develop a mobile unit for rural health and wellness

SASKATOON – Representatives from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will be making a major gift announcement at the name change celebration and open house for the Canadian Centre for Rural and Agricultural Health (CCRAH).

Major gift from USask prof emeritus to support access to physical activity, sport on campus

SASKATOON - The University of Saskatchewan (USask) community will benefit from increased opportunities for physical activity and enhanced access to sport facilities on campus thanks to a generous gift from USask Professor Emeritus and long-time donor, Dr. Kay Nasser, to the Be What the World Needs Campaign.

USask law graduate earns prestigious Royal Society of Canada award

SASKATOON - Darian Lonechild, who graduated from the Juris Doctor degree program in the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Law earlier this year, received the Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella Prize from the Royal Society of Canada (RSC).

Joint research team studies sustainable cities in Copenhagen

SASKATOON - Representatives from the University of Saskatchewan (USask), the City of Saskatoon, and the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) are going to Copenhagen to study what goes into building healthy and sustainable cities.

USask hosts McKercher Lecture Series at the College of Law

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Law is pleased to announce a series of thought-provoking lectures as part of its Fall 2023 lineup. These captivating sessions will explore critical topics in law and justice, featuring distinguished speakers from across Canada. Media representatives are invited to attend and cover these enlightening events.

World-leading quantum computer will give USask ‘Quantum Boost’

SASKATOON - The inauguration of the ‘Quantum System One’ quantum computer by the Platform for Digital and Quantum Innovation of Quebec (PINQ²) and IBM Canada is making waves for research, scholarly and artistic works (RSAW) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

USask launches major expansion to clinical psychology program

SASKATOON – At a launch event on Sept. 21, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) unveiled details of an initiative that will massively increase the number of clinical psychologists trained in Saskatchewan.

USask Open House welcomes 1,000+ visitors

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) annual Open House takes place this year on Friday, Sept. 22 on the main Saskatoon campus.

Celebrated USask medical researchers named Canadian Academy of Health Sciences fellows

SASKATOON - University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers Dr. Alan Rosenberg (MD) and Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine (PhD) were named members of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) in recognition of their work in the greater health sciences community.

Province funding new Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus in Saskatoon

A new Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus in Saskatoon will transform an existing network of 11 decentralized, outdated buildings into a revitalized complex that offers modern, technology-rich learning for students and greater opportunities for applied research and investment.

USask demonstrates importance of simulation learning in health care programs

SASKATOON – Health Care Simulation Week is taking place Sept. 18-22, and the Clinical Learning Resource Centre (CLRC) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) would like to invite local media to experience simulation in action.

New USask Banting fellow delves into women’s contributions to medical history

SASKATOON – A researcher focusing on the historic medical use of psychedelics is the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) recipient of the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Giving Day supports Comprehensive Campaign for USask as new school year begins

SASKATOON – On Sept. 12 the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will host Giving Day – a one day event bringing campus and the larger university community together in support of the Be What the World Needs Campaign.

Corinne Schuster-Wallace to lead USask’s Global Institute for Water Security

SASKATOON – Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace (PhD) is the new executive director of the Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

Genome Canada supports innovative USask agricultural research

SASKATOON – Two research projects led by the University of Saskatchewan (USask) have received a total of close to $12 million to enhance climate-forward research projects in the field of sustainable and resilient agriculture.

GIFS researchers at USask identify protein that helps tell plants ‘no’ when nitrogen is low

SASKATOON — Research led by a post-doctoral fellow at the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is shedding new light into how a protein helps plants acquire nitrogen and other important nutrients for growth.

Vice-President of Research presents on priorities at USask

SASKATOON – Dr. Baljit Singh (PhD), Vice-President Research, University of Saskatchewan (USask), will share updates on the research, scholarly and artistic work (RSAW) of USask as we look ahead to the 2023/2024 academic year.

USask water researcher earns prestigious recognition as new RSC scholar

SASKATOON – Dr. Helen Baulch (PhD) has been announced as a new member of the Royal Society of Canada’s (RSC) College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists — a prestigious achievement celebrating excellence in research.

Six outstanding USask alumni honoured with Achievement Awards

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) announces the 2023 winners of the Alumni Achievement Awards, one of the university’s highest honours.

Newest USask Schulich leaders demonstrate determination and leadership

SASKATOON - Rory April and Talia Iwanchysko have been named the University of Saskatchewan (USask) 2023 recipients of the prestigious Schulich Leadership Scholarship.

USask researchers receive more than $8.7 million in NSERC funding

SASKATOON - University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers from a variety of colleges and departments have received funding for projects through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery Grants program.