The University of Saskatchewan has announced a five-year partnership and $250,000 contribution from research-driven pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd. that will support advancements in innovation and leadership at the Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE).
From opening three major facilities to the launch of a bold new university plan, 2018 marked a major step forward for the University of Saskatchewan. For USask President Peter Stoicheff, the challenge for the university in 2019 is putting that plan into action.
It took a little time, but Andrea Landstad found her secret to success at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).
Mechanical engineering professor Dr. Daniel Chen (PhD'02) is working with an interdisciplinary USask research team from across campus to combine engineering and health sciences in the emerging field of tissue engineering.
Leah Luciuk (BASc'15, CSUSTA'15) and Palash Sanyal (MWS'18), both alumni from the School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS), were selected for Corporate Knights magazine’s list of top thirty sustainability leaders under age thirty in Canada for 2018.
USask alumnus Godfrey Osakue (MPH'12) wants to give other alumni the gift of health this holiday season.
Making your donation to support students before Dec. 31 has an added incentive this year—a chance to win a limited edition scarf when you play our holiday bingo!
The old adages “write what you know” and “art imitates life” may seem to apply in the case of local author Joanne Paulson (BA'82).
December 31st is your deadline to qualify for a 2018 charitable tax receipt.
Dr. Carey Simonson is an outstanding graduate student mentor.
One alumnus is on the front lines helping to battle the opioid epidemic.
Peter Garden didn’t study accounting or finance, but his road to entrepreneurship was still impacted by his education at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has over 3,000 international students from 130 different countries. Every USask student has a unique story, especially students who travel across the globe to study here.
Inspired by the tremendous care her dog Max received at the WCVM as a result of a rare disease, Katelyn Maruca pledged to help veterinary medicine students succeed through scholarship support.
A $1-million gift from Dr. Patrick Man Pan Yuen awards scholarships to support graduate students from China and their research projects at the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS).
Eight USask alumni were among the winners announced at this year’s CBC Saskatchewan’s Top 40 under 40 awards.
On National Philanthropy Day, the University of Saskatchewan joined numerous non-profits in Saskatoon to recognize the donors, volunteers and supporters who make a positive difference in the community.
USask and new partner, Valard Group, aim to advance renewable energy in remote communities
Alum Grit and Scott McCreath donate over $100,000 to College of Education to create an active learning classroom named in their honour.
The work of two acclaimed artists with different, but linked, representations of nature and transcendence is now on view as part of a new two-person exhibition at the College Art Galleries.
Alumnus Merlis Belsher said he is humbled to be a part of the university’s “thoughtful and brilliant” effort to bridge the needs of the Huskies, minor hockey players and the Saskatoon community in the new sports facility on Preston Avenue.
This year, your gift for students will ignite passion and inspire curiosity.
The USask alumni family is here to give our students and young grads helpful tools to become the leaders the world needs. Our new speaker series, Backpack to Briefcase, does just that.
While Rutherford Rink had its challenges, for the Faculty/Staff Hockey League, Rutherford's problems were sometimes a blessing in disguise.