Not a lot of U of S classes have “properties and theories of explosives” listed in the syllabus. In fact, the only one might be Donna Beneteau’s fourth-year geological engineering class on drilling, blasting and excavation.
A program designed to ease the transition from high school to university has proven popular this year for a group of students from Saskatoon’s Oskayak High School.
Michelle Prytula really wants students and graduates of the College of Education to be loud and proud both on campus and off.
When Dr. Erinn Hilberry first met Ben, the blind border collie was shy and withdrawn as he lay on the floor with his head down.
Instructors in the U of S College of Nursing are comfortable using remote presence technology to deliver courses to students in northern Saskatchewan, and now, that same technology is helping them reach students half way around the world.
Gordon DesBrisay, Lawrence Martz and John (Jack) Gray have been named as the U of S College of Arts and Science’s new vice-deans.
Clijsters the cat is back on track.
Special events in La Ronge and Ile-a-la-Crosse were held recently to celebrate the first northern nurses to graduate from the University of Saskatchewan’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
There is just one more approval hurdle to go for a new College of Education admission option that would see students spending four years instead of two focused on learning to be teachers.
There is much more to physical education than dodgeball, knee-high socks and that dreaded climbing rope, according to education professor Brenda Kalyn.