Generosity of USask community fuels Giving Day success

On Sept. 12, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) held its first Giving Day, in support of the Be What the World Needs Campaign.

Newest USask Schulich leaders demonstrate determination and leadership

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

New College of Arts and Science teaching award honours master teacher

The Lesley Biggs Early Career Teaching Fellowship is the college’s first donor-funded teaching award

Renewed support for Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health and Wellness at USask

Since 2017, the Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health and Wellness at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) College of Medicine has carried out extensive and innovative research to ...

USask receives $1-million donation to improve research, care for neurological disease patients

Knight Cares and philanthropist Kevin Knight have generously donated $1 million to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to improve research and care for patients affected by neur...

Manitoba student first recipient of ‘Guy Hobman Award’ at WCVM

Animals of all shapes and sizes were a vital part of Nyssa Guilbert’s life in her family’s home in Anola, Man., a small town located 25 kilometres east of Winnipeg.

USask PhD student creates bursary for single parent students

USask College of Arts and Science graduate Kate Loseth (BA’18, MPP’22) wants to help single parents experiencing financial challenges in university

New banner calls for ohpinamake Indigenous art prize applications

Annual ohpinamake art prize recognizes how Indigenous artists’ work uplifts others

Mental health support enhanced on campus

Gitzel family donates $1 million to create mental health fund for USask students

Students topped Fox’s focus while on campus

Lennard Fox Memorial Award honours legacy of student support

USask embarks on largest campaign in Saskatchewan history

Ambitious goal of $500 million will be reached with support and generosity of community

BMO’s $2 million donation to University of Saskatchewan to accelerate research critical to the future of food in Canada

Critical research into regenerative and digital agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan will be accelerated thanks to a $2 million donation from BMO. The donation will suppor...

Bursary provides law student a lifeline

Like many students, Jessica found it difficult to manage the rigours of studying with the demands on her time.

Class of 1972 Gives Back in an Exceptional Way

Upon their graduation in 1972, the law class promised to stay close and keep in touch. This bond is still strong, as half of the Class of 1972 gathered for a reunion in July 2022 t...

New scholarship: Mitakye Owasin Award in Pharmacy

The college is happy to announce the creation of its first scholarship for Indigenous students.

Fund to cement hockey team’s legacy

Success on the ice to come from success off the ice through new initiative

Never far from home

USask alumna travelled the world in the foreign service, but will always be remembered at USask through scholarship

Memorial award commemorates USask graduate’s passion for linguistics, art

Claire Mueller's family has established an award to financially support undergraduate students enrolled in linguistics and studio art

Late USask graduate’s wishes fulfilled with creation of chemistry scholarship

Susan Gibson (BA'69, LLB'69) dedicated funds in will to recognize work of brother and distinguished professor emeritus

Orano Canada donation will improve access for Indigenous STEM students at USask

The $60,000 gift will support new Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways programming

New support for international students at risk

Undergraduate and graduate students are experiencing educational interruption and displacement because of these changing political environments. As USask welcomes students from mor...

Building capacity to manufacture vaccines

Continued donor support will enable VIDO to expand its capabilities as Canada’s Centre for Pandemic Research

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Keeping the lights on in Canada’s North

USask program offers a transformative opportunity through renewable energy for Indigenous people