The new undergraduate education program at the U of S College of Nursing has received accreditation from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.
The University of Saskatchewan College of Nursing was part of a group that provided a strong nursing presence at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games held in and around Regina July 20–27.
Dr. Sarah Boston is returning to her alma mater and the city she once called home to share her very personal story of veterinary medicine, cancer and survival.
Members of the University of Saskatchewan Space Design Team (USST) had their sights set on finishing in the middle of pack at this year’s University Rover Challenge (URC) so they were ecstatic to find themselves finishing seventh out of 31 teams.
A British Columbia couple is investing in the future of equine musculoskeletal research by donating $300,000 toward the establishment of the Mark and Pat DuMont Equine Orthopedics Research Fund at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Despite some mechanical mishaps, the U of S Sled Dogs Quarter Scale Tractor Team earned two awards at the 17th annual International 1/4 Scale Tractor Student Design Competition in Peoria, Illinois, held May 29-June 1.
Roderick Wood, currently the F.R. (Dick) Matthews Q.C. Professor of Business Law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta, has been named the first Estey Chair in Business Law at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law.
U of S research has shed some light on the important role words play in job ads.
A total of 72 students––on 24 teams from around Saskatchewan and one team from Manitoba––participated in the case competition, which featured a cases on personal finance and entrepreneurship.
Bill Robertson remembers very clearly the thrill he felt when he saw his name in print for the first time, as a byline on a story in The Sheaf, and he has just replicated that thrill for his students in the Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP).