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.

Roy Romanow: Building the nation

Roy Romanow (BA’60, LLB’64) was always interested in politics, but it wasn’t until the Saskatchewan doctors’ strike of 1962 that his career path was solidified.

First veterinary class celebrates 50 years

Dr. Ernie Olfert (BA'65, DVM'69, MSc'76) and Dr. Peter Rempel (BA'65, DVM'69) were working at a fishing camp at Dore Lake, Sask., in 1965 when they received the letters that would change their lives.

Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute honoured at the Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence.

Dave Gullacher has been with Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) since he was an engineering student at the University of Saskatchewan. Over his 35 years with the company, he has held many roles, including that of CEO for the last 23 years.

‘An absolutely phenomenal achievement’: USask grad awarded $75,000 to study nanoscience in Europe

A new University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate is heading to Belgium to study nanoscience after landing a prestigious scholarship worth about $75,000.

USask sociology professor honoured by national association

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) professor and alumnus has been recognized for his exceptional service contributions to the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA).

Veterinary college at USask opens Canada’s first PET-CT unit for animals

Western Canada’s regional veterinary college, based on the University of Saskatchewan (USask) campus, is now home to Canada’s only PET-CT unit dedicated to clinical use in animals as well as for animal-human research studies.

For the love of the game

Shannon Miller (BSPE’85) grew up in typical small-town Saskatchewan fashion: playing hockey. Originally from Melfort, Sask., Miller brought her love for hockey with her when she started at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) in 1981.

USask drama grad stars in GTNT’s season finale

Andrea Folster (BFAHON'17) discovered a sense of community in the College of Arts and Science’s Department of Drama.

'A celebration of Indigenous girlhood': USask art gallery showcases work of alumna Joi T. Arcand

Cree syllabics, neon signs, music by Buffy Sainte-Marie, images of dance and art ’zines: these elements all come together in a much-anticipated exhibition from acclaimed artist and University of Saskatchewan (USask) alumna Joi T. Arcand.

USask alumna builds community through theatre

Heather Morrison (BFA’08) wants to make theatre accessible to everyone in her community.

Exonerating Chief Poundmaker

The campaign for justice of Chief Poundmaker that has been going on for over a century is about to come to an end.

USask to recognize researcher for excellence

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will present Dr. Digvir Jayas (PhD'87) with an Earned Doctor of Science at this year’s Spring Convocation, which takes place June 3–7 at Merlis Belsher Place.

Prestigious Steacie Fellowship awarded to outstanding USask ecologist

Maud Ferrari (PhD'09), an exceptional University of Saskatchewan (USask) behavioural ecologist who studies predator-prey interactions, has received one of Canada’s most prestigious awards for young scientists.

Breaking down barriers

Computer science and empowering people are two unlikely passions to combine, but that’s exactly what Dr. Rita Orji (PhD'14) has done.

Special exhibition features ancient Near Eastern artwork

A special exhibition opening at the University of Saskatchewan’s Museum of Antiquities on May 10 will showcase 24 pieces of ancient Near Eastern art.

Elder, artist and philanthropists to receive USask honorary degrees

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has announced the individuals selected to receive an honorary degree at this year’s Spring Convocation, which takes place June 3–7 at Merlis Belsher Place.

WCVM grad recognized for animal welfare work

Manitoba veterinarian Dr. Jonas Watson (DVM'06) has made philanthropy a priority throughout his veterinary career, and these acts of service have earned him a major international award.

USask names Grit McCreath its 16th chancellor

The next chapter of Grit McCreath's (BEd'91) University of Saskatchewan (USask) story is set to begin when she steps into her new role as chancellor.

High-tech sports hub

From grassroots to Olympic athletes—new sport science and health centre will give athletes the edge