The committee charged with reviewing the operations of the College of Graduate Studies and Research (CGSR) has recommended numerous changes to restructure graduate studies at the U of S.
For about a year now, Marvin Romanow has been sharing his insight on business and management with the campus community.
Highly regarded pharmaceutical sciences researcher and educator Dr. Kishor Wasan has been selected as the new dean for the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The university’s Board of Governors approved the appointment for a five-year term effective August 1, 2014.
Assignments, labs, projects and exams keep students busy, but for Michelle Young, balancing her love for track and her education is a priority.
Mary Buhr has been appointed to a second term as dean of the College of Agriculture and Bioresources.
There are many responsibilities placed on professional engineers, one of the most important is to ensure the health and safety of the public and to promote health and safety in the workplace, and that was the focus of a full day of presentations in early January for students in the College of Engineering.
The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan placed first in five categories – and placed second in the School of the Year category – at Western Canada’s largest business school competition.
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition was well represented at this year’s Professional Development Week, an annual national conference for pharmacy students and interns.
Engineering that takes place on small scales could have huge implications for human health.
“Rev” was an RCMP police service dog that spent most of his life protecting and helping people in Western Canada. The dedicated, hard-working German shepherd was close to retirement when tragedy struck last spring: Rev was involved in a car accident near Saskatoon, and died of his injuries on June 14, 2013.