Dale’s tale: From deadlines to headlines for former Huskie

Graduate with a kinesiology degree? Check. Be a role model for aspiring young football players? Double check.

Pamela Goulden-McLeod helped steer the city through COVID-19

Goulden-McLeod (BA'95), the city's director of emergency management, was thrust into the spotlight as the province reported its first COVID-19 cases.

The Globe and Mail report on business announces Canada's top five CEOs of 2020

Murad Al-Katib (BComm’94), President and CEO, AGT Food and Ingredients Inc. awarded Innovator of the Year.

New Canada Post stamp honours “medical groundbreaker” USask alumnus

A new set of stamps from Canada Post pays tribute to six Canadian medical research pioneers, including University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate Dr. James Till (BA’52, MA’54, PhD).

Royal Society of Canada honours renowned USask researchers Creed, Dalai

Two internationally renowned University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been recognized by the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) with prestigious awards that rank among the country’s highest honours for academics.

USask launches Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research

A newly launched research support and consulting hub at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) offers a unique menu of research services within Canada, including gathering data on public opinion and human behaviour.

USask unites: Virologist discusses the realities of research amid COVID-19 pandemic

Since the first cases of COVID-19 were announced in the province, members of the USask community have come together to support one another in these uncertain times.

Emmarae Dale becomes first female player on Saskatoon Hilltops roster

"We can’t wait to see her in the Hilltops uniform at linebacker in 2021.”

New biography sheds light on Fedoruk’s 'radiant life'

A just-released biography—A Radiant Life—highlights the many outstanding contributions to Canada and the world of Sylvia Fedoruk (1927-2012), a trailblazing medical physicist at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) best known for co-developing the cobalt-60 technology that revolutionized cancer treatment around the globe.

Campaign for Students: Making a difference

Studying in the kitchen, solving equations by their bedside, and rehearsing presentations in the living room are only a few of the many scenarios students are experiencing this year.

Schools need BIPOC educators now more than ever

There are too few teachers who are Black, Indigenous or people of colour, and students suffer as a result

Two new geriatricians hired in Saskatoon

Their hiring brings the total number of geriatricians in Saskatchewan to four — the highest in the province's history — and brings the U of S medical school closer to being able to offer its own geriatric fellowship program.

USask welcomes newest Schulich Leaders

Arliss Sidloski and Olivia Stewart have been named the University of Saskatchewan (USask) recipients of the Schulich Leader Scholarship.

Remembering a USask supporter, successful financier and art aficionado

From small-town roots to the world of international banking, William Shurniak became a prominent successful business executive who was also passionate about art and never forgot his Saskatchewan roots.

Lillian Dyck, first First Nations woman in Canada’s Senate, to retire

Now called a trailblazer, Sen. Lillian Dyck (BA'66, BA'68, MSc'70, PhD'91) says she used to be called a “troublemaker.”

Student support: A helping hand in time of need

For more than 100 years, the Kiwanis Club of Saskatoon has been a vital service group in the community, providing music scholarships and character awards to high school students and youth leadership training such as the Builder’s Club program—which was temporarily postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Move online a positive outcome for Saskatchewan Principals’ Short Course

When Dr. Michelle Prytula (BComm'92, BEd'95, MEduc'04, PhD'08) was considering options for the format of this summer’s annual Saskatchewan Principals’ Short Course amid the upheaval posed by the coronavirus pandemic, she turned to school superintendents from across the province for advice.

Data drives decisions to contain COVID-19

After finally emerging from months of working and sheltering at home, with the majority of the population following pandemic prevention measures, Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine (PhD'94) knows the last thing people want to think about right now is a potential second wave.

Tracking pandemic public health responses

The rampant spread of COVID-19 south of the border and the increasing number of localized cluster outbreaks in areas of Saskatchewan are clear warning signs to researchers like Dr. Cory Neudorf (BSc'86, MD'89) that we must remain diligent in the face of the global pandemic.

Alumni Week goes virtual

Traditionally, Alumni Weekend is a time to get together and reconnect with old friends and reminisce about good times, visit old haunts and have a few laughs.

Creative Isolation: Ruth Cuthand makes artistic creation out of COVID

Renowned artist Ruth Cuthand (BFA'83, MFA'92) has been working steadily through the pandemic, including creating a series of beaded COVID-19 viruses.

A connection as solid as a rock

Despite the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Saskatchewan’s Ore Gangue alumni group remains socially connected and deeply rooted in philanthropy.

USask unites: Museum of Antiquities offers online summer camp content to children and parents

Since the first cases of COVID-19 were announced in the province, members of the USask community have come together to support one another in these uncertain times.

USask receives $3.14M from Sask govt. to replace turf at Griffiths Stadium in Nutrien Park

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has received $3.14 million in funding from the Government of Saskatchewan for its artificial turf replacement project at Griffiths Stadium in Nutrien Park.