Jacqueline Ottmann of USask believes acknowledging the past is important to lead for the future

Jacqueline Ottmann says that leadership is using the wisdom of ancestors to inform decisions today that can also assist generations to come.

USask grad nominated for position by President Biden

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate was nominated by U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday, April 29, to be a member of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, one of 16 key administration positions announced by the White House.

Pioneering ag prof grows deep roots on campus

USask becomes a family affair for McKercher family.

USask unites to help students in crisis, in a year like no other

Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared a year ago, alumni, staff and faculty have donated more than $689,000 for University of Saskatchewan (USask) students who needed emergency financial support.

The everyday hero: USask alumna becomes first nurse in Saskatoon to receive COVID-19 vaccine

It’s been a year since the pandemic started, and USask grad Kathy Pickerl (BSN’01) can still remember the week everything changed.

USask grad, Dolapo Fadare, advocates for representation, anti-racism, and systemic change.

Dolapo Fadare (BA'20) is just getting started in her journey to create an equitable and just future.

Black History Month: USask graduate makes waves on a global stage

Uchi Uchibeke (BA’18) uses his USask degree to create real impact in Black communities.