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.
Ron and Jane Graham return to their alma mater to see their name on centre court. The university's most generous donors have supported students and Huskie athletes for over three decades, leaving a lasting impression.
Huskie hockey season ticket holders and donors to the Home Ice Campaign will have their names displayed under the ice at Merlis Belsher Place, in recognition of their support of the new facility.
During the frantic back-to-school season, one alumna recalls her time at the University of Saskatchewan.
Two USask alumni will play a part in this year’s new student orientation on Tuesday Sept 4.
One of the biggest lessons Dr. Alex Muzzin (DVM'14, MBA'15) has learned as a small animal veterinarian is to pay almost as much attention to the people walking through her doors as she does to the pets they bring with them.
Joel Pollak and Vaidehee Lanke have been named the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) recipients of the prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarship that recognize achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
A recent PhD graduate at the University of Saskatchewan is among the first researchers worldwide to apply the groundbreaking sequencing of the bread wheat genome to develop more pest-resistant crops.
Stryker Calvez (MA'08) is becoming well known on campus for his work towards building a better understanding of and support for Indigenous Peoples across campus.
The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) at the U of S will soon be home to Canada’s first PET-CT unit dedicated to animals—thanks to an Alberta donor whose $2.5-million gift is the largest private donation in WCVM’s history.
For Dr. Veronica McKinney (MD'98), health is much more than just delivery of services.
Suneru Perera (MSc'17), a PhD student at the University of Saskatchewan, is the only Canadian to be awarded a $150,000 US fellowship by a U.S. agricultural research organization to develop processing techniques to expand the uses of canary seed, and help hone the skills he will need to succeed as an industry scientist.
Kyle Procyshyn has always been interested in learning about other cultures and countries.
From the family farm in southwestern Saskatchewan 70 years ago, to a mountaintop wedding in beautiful British Columbia in June, the Kimber family has been connected to the University of Saskatchewan for four generations.
University of Saskatchewan researcher Karen Lawson (BA'88, MA'92) is studying the psychological and social factors behind an increasing number of Canadian women delaying motherhood, a trend that has ramifications for women themselves and for the country’s societal and economic future.
Cierra Sieben-Chuback (BComm'18) was already busy preparing to open her first business before she even began writing her final exams this spring at the University of Saskatchewan.
When it comes to talking about the issues surrounding mental health care today, Erika Dyck (BA'98, MA'00) looks to the past.