Honouring a sensei: USask Professor Bruni-Bossio receives Master Teacher Award

He is an inspiring innovator in the field of experiential learning and a sensei of martial arts. Now, Vince Bruni-Bossio (MBA'10) is also a Master Teacher Award winner at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

The Structurist celebrates major milestone

An internationally-renowned art journal published through the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is celebrating another major milestone.

Amanda Guthrie: Finding your way

Amanda Guthrie (BA'16) has a longer history with the University of Saskatchewan (USask) than most people.

WCVM internship primes vet for large animal practice

Dr. Robin (Rob) Stevens (DVM'18) had been a practicing physiotherapist for several years when he decided to adopt Cola, a rescue dog from Taiwan. Although Stevens knew he could provide a better life for Cola, he had no idea that his new pet would ultimately lead him to a new path in life as well.

Alumni showcase decades-old beadwork through new college display

When University of Saskatchewan (USask) alumna Andrea Wasylow (BA’96) and her family found beadwork among her late grandfather’s belongings, she wanted to bring the decades-old items to the College of Arts and Science.

Young Innovators: Better apps might improve health, U of S research finds

People in the study who had customized avatars got more engaged with the tasks they were assigned to do online as part of the experiment.

Senator Andreychuk retiring after 26 years

A passion for justice and human rights, and a commitment to public service, are some of the defining qualities of the long and illustrious career of Conservative Senator A. Raynell Andreychuk (BA'66, LLB'67).

New Faces New Places: SheNative works to empower Indigenous women through fashion

Devon Fiddler (BA'11) dreamed of becoming a fashion designer for as long as she can remember. Now that her hard work and determination succeeded in making her dreams a reality, she is using her fashion brand to help empower other young Indigenous women to reach their own goals.

Drama department, Shakespeare festival partner to offer summer youth camps

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) and Saskatoon’s annual Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan (SOTS) festival have entered into a new partnership to offer Shakespeare-themed summer drama camps to youth.

Aspiring Saskatoon astronaut eyes private space travel as best bet

Saskatoon engineer Doug Campbell (BE'08, MENG'13, MSc'18) completes citizen scientist-astronaut academy in preparation for space travel.

USask science outreach director recognized for service

Lana Elias (BEd'96, BSc'02), director of science outreach in the College of Arts and Science, is the recipient of a 2019 University Staff Excellence Award from the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

Celebrating Sharma’s record of research

When University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher Dr. Rajendra Sharma (PhD, DSc'04) received the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in 2004, he thought back to one of the biggest supporters in his scientific career: his father.

Love of collections keeps long-time USask librarian inspired

When Donna Canevari de Paredes (ARTS'81) began her career as a librarian at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), she didn’t actively set out to work at the same institution for decades, let alone live so far away from Connecticut where she grew up. But life rarely follows a carefully crafted plan.

A lifetime of achievement for USask College of Law professor

When Ronald C.C. Cuming began teaching at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) in the 1960s, email, podcasts and video-recorded lectures did not yet exist, law classes were taught out of the Murray Library, and Otto Lang was dean of the law school. Over the past half century, Cuming has witnessed a world of change at the College of Law and has played a large role in changing laws around the world.

USask has always been home for Bilson

Little did she know that 66 years later she would be a key member of the university’s leadership team, a leading law scholar and the longest-serving active female professor on campus.

USask graduate student uses computer modelling to help save Tasmanian devils

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate student is collaborating with international partners in an effort to stem the decline of Tasmanian devil populations through the use of computer modelling.<br/><br/>

New chair for the Fedoruk Centre at USask

SASKATOON – Prominent Saskatchewan business leader Tom Kishchuk will serve as the new chair of the board of directors for the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation (Fedoruk Centre) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

Members of USask community named to Order of Canada

Five members of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) community have been named as appointees to the Order of Canada, one of the country’s highest civilian honours.

‘There’s something really special about the company’: USask student, alumna land roles with Theatre in the Park

A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) drama program and a current theatre student say they’re excited to bring free performances to Saskatoon’s public parks this summer.

Walking together on National Indigenous Peoples Day demonstrates ‘unity and hope’

Honey Constant (BSc'19) sees National Indigenous Peoples Day as an opportunity for learning.

The College of Engineering opens centre that offers support to Indigenous students

Thanks to generous donations made to the College of Engineering, the brand new Indigenous Resource Centre can now offer support to aspiring Indigenous engineers.

Usask medicine student is travelling Canada in hopes of improving Saskatchewan’s health services

College of Medicine student Kaishan Aravinthan is looking for ways to improve Saskatchewan’s hospitals. Thanks to the support of donors, he’s hopeful his research will help people across the province.

Donors help send USask student on a new career path

Brooke Esquirol is entering her second year of psychology at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) in hopes of making positive changes in people’s lives. Thanks to donor support Esquirol is supported in her journey of pursuing a psychology degree and working with the Canadian Mental Health Association. She hopes that one day she can make a positive impact on the lives of Saskatchewan residents.

Keeping Huskie pride alive: alumnus opens doors for next generation of athletes

Not everyone gets the opportunity to pursue their childhood hockey dreams and their educational pursuits at the same time, but Kevin Jabusch says he received this gift from the Huskies and it’s “improved his life and opened doors”. This sentiment is at the heart of his family’s $300,000 gift to support the Home Ice Campaign for the new Merlis Belsher Place sports facility.