Killing oral cancer cells was the goal. Figuring out how to do it was Dania Alkhani’s problem to solve.
A lot can happen in half a century, and for the College of Medicine’s School of Physical Therapy a lot has.
With the launch of a new master’s degree in water security—the first of its kind in North America—students will learn how to tackle complex issues concerning water availability and quality.
Northern Governance Centre offers new international program, receives major support from Cameco
The University of Saskatchewan’s International Centre for Northern Governance and Development (ICNGD), an affiliate of the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS), has co-launched the first joint international master’s degree in Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous areas (GENI), with its partner The Arctic University of Norway (UiT).
The ICNGD has also received $775,000, plus in-kind travel support from Cameco Corporation for continued funding of its graduate programs.
The College of Nursing is part of a multidisciplinary research team that is using smartphone technology to track foodborne illness.
The preliminary results are in and they are positive for College of Nursing students at the University of Saskatchewan.
CHAMPS has brought together children who have had heart surgery from across the province to provide them with the opportunity to do something they may never have felt comfortable doing otherwise: playing the way other kids their age get to without fear.
On a recent veterinary call to a nearby farm, social worker Erin Wasson found herself pushing a sheep through a chute.
A collaborative effort is underway to designate the campus of the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) as age friendly.
The same trait that made canaries an effective indicator of danger in coal mines could help improve production outcomes for poultry farmers.