The University of Saskatchewan and Yukon College entered into a partnership today that will enable the sharing of programs, research and other resources for the benefit of both institutions. University of Saskatchewan President Peter MacKinnon and Yukon College President Karen Barnes formalized the agreement by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the U of S this afternoon.
A University of Saskatchewan (U of S) workshop on housing co-operatives has opened the door to new discussions on ways to solve housing issues in northeastern communities.
By Victoria Martinez
With global demand for wheat exceeding 20 billion bushels a year, producers need more high-yielding crops that can survive in the extreme climate of the Canadian Prairies.
While student enrolment is up across the board at the U of S, data from the Oct. 11 census day showed plateauing numbers in two key recruitment areas—graduate and Aboriginal students.
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Using chemotherapy to kill breast cancer cells is one thing; eradicating drug-resistant cells is a whole other challenge, but one U of S researcher in the College of Medicine thinks he is onto a treatment protocol that holds exciting potential for those with breast cancer and other forms of cancer as well.
Marcus Miller is not short on ideas. Fresh from North Battleford where he was director of two very different galleries—the Allan Sapp Gallery and the Chapel Gallery, which shows regional and contemporary art—Miller is ready to embrace his new role as director of the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery at the U of S.
Seven research projects from the University of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Cancer Agency have been awarded nearly $2.5 million from the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies Northwest Territories (CBCF-PNT) region.
“I just want to thank the man that made that machine. It saved my life—and many, many more. It’s wonderful!” cancer survivor Olga Campbell told CBC in a 1994 interview.
More than 100 students, teachers and chaperones converged at the University of Saskatchewan Nov. 10 for the second annual TD Discovery Days in Health Sciences. The event introduces high school students from across the province to careers in dentistry, kinesiology, medicine, nursing, nutrition, pharmacy, physical therapy and veterinary medicine.