One Day for Students—the university's annual day of giving to support students—was a resounding success, raising over $166,000 thanks to hundreds of donors, alumni and community members.
Giving back is something that most people are drawn to do, according to Edwards School of Business professor, Dr. Chelsea Willness (PhD). But, like many things that are good for you, altruism can be pushed to the bottom of our priority list because of competing demands for our time and resources.
In 2017, Abdullah Olewi (MCEd ‘18) was living in Lebanon when he first heard of the World University Service of Canada’s (WUSC) Student Refugee Program (SRP).
As the first year of DIRECT Dental nears its end, the DMD students who established the community-based program to provide free care to people without access to dental services could not be more delighted.
Angie Bugg (BE’85) has never let being a woman in a typically male-dominated field keep her from doing the things she wants to do, but she does recognize many women may feel those constraints and thinks International Women’s Day, March 8, is a great time to bring attention to the issue of gender inequality.
Faculty and alumni from the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Arts and Science are among the shortlisted authors in the running for the 26th Saskatchewan Book Awards.
The University of Saskatchewan holds a special place in Ena Chadha’s heart. It was where she received her law degree, it was where she met her husband, and it was where she began to deeply explore the vast areas of human rights and constitutional law.
The A. Marion Clarke Education Trust is having a tremendous impact on the advancement of early childhood undergraduate teacher education at the University of Saskatchewan—just ask Jordanne Estergaard and Christina Luross.
When Mike McDonald (BSKI’10) came to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to pursue his Bachelor of Kinesiology, he had no idea his work would one day influence more than 200,000 children across Canada.
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is exploring ways to help the City of Saskatoon set the path for future growth and development.
Dr. Leila Dehabadi (PhD'18) came to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) from Iran to conduct innovative chemistry research with industry applications.
There was one magical item conspicuously absent when Dr. Jay Wilson (EdD) opened up his helpful handbook of tips and tools of the trade for serving as the new chair of University Council.
It’s a homecoming for Lindsey V. Sharman (BA'07).
Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan’s Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) are taking tips from the field of human medicine and rehabilitation to develop a technique to help detect and diagnose injuries in dogs.
Glorie Tebbutt knows what it is like to be a post-secondary student living with mental illness, so she created the Resilience Awards, a scholarship and bursary to help USask students who cope with mental health issues.
Kurt Dahl (BComm'04, LLB'05, LLM'09) is a lawyer by day, rock star by night and an advocate for artists throughout.
The Honourable Gerald M. Morin (JD’87) looks back on his successful career as a groundbreaking lawyer and judge.
One early Monday morning last October, the clinical team at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine’s (WCVM) Veterinary Medical Centre (VMC) was preparing for rounds when an emergency patient was brought in to the hospital.
A University of Saskatchewan (USask) alumnus is fusing art and science into an innovative new project that will take shape at a local gallery.
Three researchers from the University of Saskatchewan have been named in the annual Highly Cited Researchers 2018 list released by Clarivate Analytics.
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.