In the face of disruptions due to the global pandemic, a recent graduate from the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Edwards School of Business aims to transform an innovative idea into a cool solution for workplaces around the world.
Hear from four inspiring Indigenous graduates during this year’s IAW celebrations
I just decided ... there's something that needs to be changed: Iliajah Pidskalny (BSc'20).
University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate student, Cassidy Sim (BSA'19), is combining her love of cattle and her keen interest in forages as she seeks to answer questions many producers are asking about new forage varieties.
Through a summer research project at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), undergraduate student Spencer Krips (BMUS'19) opened his ears to aspects of nature he hadn’t considered before.<br/><br/>
Dr. Mark Wahba (MD'00) identified danger when assessing a patient Thursday night.
A career in research and academia wasn’t what Dr. Monique Mayer (DVM'95) envisioned for herself when she graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) in 1995.
The Honourable Karen M. Weiler (BA’68) has been appointed to the Order of Ontario in recognition of her contributions to family law.
Dr. Ajay Dalai (PhD'90) was a petroleum engineer, early in his career at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Engineering, when he was asked to explore a new research path—bioenergy and its environmental benefits.
With 2020 wrapped up, long lineups and shortages of everything from toilet paper to yeast to lumber will hopefully remain distant memories in the minds of consumers.
World-renowned economist, sustainability leader, and author Dr. Jeffrey Sachs (PhD) will address the University of Saskatchewan (USask) 2021 People Around the World (PAW) conference focused on the United Nations’ (UN) 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The year 2021 marks a major milestone for the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Crop Development Centre (CDC): 50 years of reshaping western Canadian agriculture.
A single parent and mature student, Marcia Little credits her scholarship for providing her the flexibility to take care of her family while succeeding academically.
"Lua is the epitome of what our ancestors prayed for — an educated Cree person who helps their people and who will carry on the Cree culture and traditions."
Two members of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) community are set to receive one of the country’s highest civilian honours by being appointed to the Order of Canada.
USask congratulates Prema Thiele, Dr. Soheila Karimi and Dr. Adeola Olubamiji for their trailblazing accomplishments.
Joseph Tootoosis (BA’13) has seen a lot of highway in his 31 years.
As the holiday season approaches, let us take a moment to reflect on 2020, the year the pandemic changed everything. Although we are apart, we remained together in our goal to be the university the world needs. I couldn’t be prouder of what we have accomplished in the face of this unprecedented challenge.
The first position of its kind at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and unique in the province, the Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence program at the University Library is slated to begin as a six-week pilot on January 4, 2021.
To be eligible for a 2020 tax receipt, the University of Saskatchewan must receive your donation on or before December 31, 2020.
Through hard work and support from her donor-funded scholarship, Jina Bae is on track to pursuing her childhood dream.
Donate before December 31, 2020 to support student scholarships and bursaries, and get the chance to win one of our newest University of Saskatchewan (USask) hoodies when you take our holiday trivia quiz.
Twenty-two USask alumni and community members were among the winners announced at this year’s CBC Saskatchewan’s Future 40 awards.
Thanks to donor support, Oluwakayode (Kayode) Adesina is next-in-line to becoming a healthcare hero, and has also been part of the inaugural executive council of the Black Medical Student Association in the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).