Caitlin Taylor, the 2014 Saskatchewanderer, visited the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) on March 19 to learn more about what it takes to become a veterinarian.
Although there is little visible from the outside, on the inside work continues apace on enacting a plan to fundamentally restructure the university’s College of Medicine.
Three generations of civil engineers from the Graham family were together in Saskatoon on March 29 for Kipling Camp #4’s Iron Ring Ceremony, held at TCU Place. Ron Graham was on hand to see his youngest son Jim and grandson Nolan receive their iron rings, a symbol of the commitment engineers make to upholding a high standard of professional conduct.
Michelle Prytula, who is currently the associate dean of undergraduate programs, partnerships and research in the College of Education, will move into the office of the dean of that college on July 1.
By Sarah Trefiak
It was the last day of classes in the fall semester—a day that is usually highly stressful in any college on campus. But in the Stewart McKercher boardroom at 15 Campus Drive, the mood was quite different.
U of S engineering students Spenser Hertz and Luke Patola took home top honours in communications at the 2014 Canadian Engineering Competition held recently at Western University.
A new entry-level course called Poisons and Pollutants aims to raise awareness and enrollment in the U of S toxicology program.
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.