It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of Patricia Lawson (BA'50, Bed'53), former faculty member, coach and student-athlete at the University of Saskatchewan.
A partnership between Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) aims to advance wetland and waterfowl conservation in Canada.
Saskatchewan’s third Treaty Commissioner, Bill McKnight (LLD'14), has died at the age of 79.
Transforming teaching and learning is at the heart of a historic $1-million gift to the College of Education, thanks to the university’s largest donors, Jane and Ron Graham.
Nola Halabiski is a student at SUNTEP who is teaching students the importance of acceptance and compassion.
Several USask alumni, including Julie Oh (BSc'07, BFA'09), Heather Morrison (BFA'08), Kim Houghtaling (BFA'84) and Zoey Roy (BEd'17), have been shortlisted for the 2019 Saskatchewan Arts Awards.
Daniel Olver brought his love of wrestling to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) when he joined the Huskies in 2006. He also brought his determination to win and to be the best student-athlete he could be.
A USask alumna who is at the helm of one of the largest multinational corporations in the world has been named as one of CNN’s 20 risk-takers who is pushing global business forward.
You heard Kelly Bowers (BAPE'71, BEd'83) before you saw him, and when he rang your phone, his voice boomed into your ear.
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is pleased to announce that the College of Dentistry has received $1,050,000 from dentalcorp, the largest donation in the college’s history since its inception in 1968.
Longtime arts editor and columnist Cam Fuller (BA'85) will posthumously receive the Henry Woolf Continuing Achievement Award at the SATAwards.
Spoken word poet Zoey Roy (BEd'17) taught kokums how to rap.
A University of Saskatchewan (USask) professor has been named one of three recipients of a 2019-20 David Suzuki Fellowship.
Josephine Symonds (BA'17, BA'19, CTIGP'19) is encouraging “anyone and everyone” to enrol in the new Indigenous governance and politics certificate program at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).
Previous city solicitor left after change to reporting structure. A new city solicitor has been chosen at Saskatoon city hall, but she will report to the city manager, not city council.
“I wouldn’t say you get better and better as you get older and older.”
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).
An internationally-renowned art journal published through the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is celebrating another major milestone.
Amanda Guthrie (BA'16) has a longer history with the University of Saskatchewan (USask) than most people.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.