U of S alumni appointed to the Order of Canada

Five members of the U of S community have received one of the country’s highest civilian honours by being appointed to the Order of Canada.

Kimber family tree deeply rooted in the University of Saskatchewan

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.

Probing reasons for deferred motherhood

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.

Edwards Business School graduate granted cannabis retail licence

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.

The past and present of mental health care

When it comes to talking about the issues surrounding mental health care today, Erika Dyck (BA'98, MA'00) looks to the past.

U of S graduate lands role in The Handmaid’s Tale

A University of Saskatchewan alumna who recently appeared in The Handmaid’s Tale describes working on the hit television show as “amazing.”

15 reasons to visit the U of S this summer

If you are looking for sunny study spots, green activities or just a little scenery, there is no shortage of activity on the U of S campus in the summertime.

Living theatre

Like many actors, one of Jimena Larraguivel’s (BA’07) longstanding dreams was to perform at Stratford-upon-Avon with the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC).

U of S announces first holder of the David L. Kaplan Chair in Music

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is pleased to announce the appointment of Véronique Mathieu as the first holder of the David L. Kaplan Chair in Music.

Ruth Cuthand on U of S campus this summer as artist-in-residence

Renowned Plains Cree artist and University of Saskatchewan alumna Ruth Cuthand will be on campus this summer to help inaugurate the new Indigenous Artist-in-Residence program of the University Art Galleries.

#UsaskConvo: Q & A with U of S graduating student Natalie Yanko

While close to 3,700 students are expected to cross the stage at TCU Place to receive their degrees at Spring Convocation from June 4-7, every U of S graduate has their own unique story.

#UsaskConvo: Q & A with U of S graduating student Zachary Person

While close to 3,700 students are expected to cross the stage at TCU Place to receive their degrees at Spring Convocation from June 4-7, every U of S graduate has their own unique story.

#UsaskConvo: Q & A with U of S graduating student Lorelei Ford

While close to 3,700 students are expected to cross the stage at TCU Place to receive their degrees at Spring Convocation from June 4-7, every U of S graduate has their own unique story.

#UsaskConvo: Q & A with U of S graduating student Jaimie Peters

While close to 3,700 students are expected to cross the stage at TCU Place to receive their degrees at Spring Convocation from June 4-7, every U of S graduate has their own unique story.

New sport science and health hub

Merlis Belsher Place will not only soon become a new home of Huskie Athletics, but a hub for state-of-the-art sport science and health research.

Ron and Jane Graham establish new sport science and health hub

University of Saskatchewan alumni and long-time donors Ron (BE'62) and Jane (BEd'62) Graham have made a donation of $2,068,000 to establish and build a sport science and health facility within Merlis Belsher Place.

High-achieving U of S student to focus on Alzheimer’s and artificial intelligence

Francois Roewer-Despres has always found research with applications that benefit society to be the most compelling.

From udon noodles to online data: Computer science student excels in diverse areas

Janelle Berscheid always liked computers, video games and technology as a child, but she never considered computer science to be a career option.<br/>

The right footprints

When Gabrielle Scrimshaw (BComm'10) held her nephew Ethan for the first time, hours after his birth in 2006, she was touched by an overwhelming feeling of love but also by a sudden resolve.

Acclaimed author, U of S alumna Sharon Butala publishes first mystery novel

In 1962, the body of 23-year-old Alexandra Wiwcharuk was discovered by a young boy who had wandered into some trees by the South Saskatchewan River.

Sessional lecturer aims to support students with mental illnesses

Glorie Tebbutt (MA'91, MEDUC'99) knows what it is like to be a post-secondary student living with mental illness.

The accidental discovery of stem cells

Unexpected results can happen at any level of research, says James Till (BA’52, MA’54), and “it’s how they’re dealt with that matters.”

Huskies honour new Wall of Fame inductees

Former Canadian track and field Olympian Cyprian Enweani headlined the 2018 class of exceptional individuals inducted into the University of Saskatchewan Athletic Wall of Fame on Thursday night.

Preparing for launch

In what will be Saskatchewan’s first student-designed satellite mission, a University of Saskatchewan-led space design team has been chosen by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to design, build, launch and operate a small cube-shaped research satellite for launch by rocket in 2021.

Building, growing and giving

Through his innovation, vision and generosity, alumnus Maurice Delage earned Saskatchewan’s highest distinction.