Medical hall calls on Dr. Dosman

Though he’s known as the “father of agricultural medicine,” Dr. James Dosman (MD) didn’t have rural health care in mind when he started his career in medicine.

‘Lost’ concerto by German music master and Mozart editor resurrected in Saskatoon

A treasure trove of musical scores written by a pivotal figure in 20th century German music has been resurrected from a Saskatoon basement.

People of the Plan: Uplifting Indigenization

The work of influential individuals like Dr. Marie Battiste (EdD) is helping make the University of Saskatchewan (USask) a national leader in Indigenization.

Engineering excellence

Angie Bugg (BE’85) has never let being a woman in a typically male-dominated field keep her from doing the things she wants to do, but she does recognize many women may feel those constraints and thinks International Women’s Day, March 8, is a great time to bring attention to the issue of gender inequality.

Mystery nurse a deciding factor for student’s career path

Inspired by a negative experience and a positive caregiver, Susan Moosewaypayo is working hard and challenging her fears

Judge Morin: Legacy of leadership

After an exceptional career in the Saskatchewan legal system, the characteristically humble Honourable Gerald M. Morin (JD’87) struggles when asked what he would consider his greatest accomplishment.

Absolutely stellar: ITEP student acing studies

Reanne Gareau is making her mark while excelling in her classes.