A College of Arts and Science graduate is one of the shortlisted nominees for a 2021 Saskatchewan Arts Award.
When you donate to the Nasser Family Emergency Student Trust, you are immediately helping students get back up from financial distresses, mental health crises and experiencing technical needs—all real challenges they are facing right now.
USask becomes a family affair for McKercher family.
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.
It’s been a year since the pandemic started, and USask grad Kathy Pickerl (BSN’01) can still remember the week everything changed.
Dolapo Fadare (BA'20) is just getting started in her journey to create an equitable and just future.
Uchi Uchibeke (BA’18) uses his USask degree to create real impact in Black communities.
Allen Midgley (AGRIC'65) met Sheryn Shepherd (BEd'71) while skating at Rutherford Rink. The rest is history.
Elder Louise Bernice Halfe (DLETT'19) – Sky Dancer, a highly-renowned University of Saskatchewan (USask) advisor, mentor, writer and honorary degree recipient, has been appointed as Canada’s next Parliamentary Poet Laureate.
Helen Vangool (BA’12, BEd’14) uses her platform to educate her students and the public on Black history, every day of the year.
Michael Hoffort (BSA’ 88) is the CEO of FCC, a champion of Canada’s agriculture, and a former ‘Senior Stick’ and proud alumnus of USask’s College of Agriculture and Bioresources.
Strengthened by her past, Dr. Ashley Tshala builds a solid foundation for her future
Matthew Baraniuk, a former University of Saskatchewan (USask) student and Huskie athlete passed away in 2020 at the age of 20 from his struggles with mental illness. His legacy lives on through the Matthew Baraniuk Memorial Award, helping incoming students with mental health challenges.
"I always thought that I would never be in that category of being an accomplished scholar so I just thought, 'Well, I'll just read.'"
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.