The Clarion Project is a study in evolution.
It’s October and veterinarian Dr. Chris Clark is looking forward to tipping cows again.
When College of Arts and Science Dean Peter Stoicheff got the idea to put a musical instrument in the main entry of the Arts Building for all to play, he didn’t realize it would turn out to be quite so grand—Heintzman baby grand, that is.
Out on the hockey rink’s cement surface, a masked, blue-gowned veterinary student carefully unwraps a package of sterile surgery equipment. A veterinarian, also in surgical scrubs, gives her directions. Six identical tables are prepped and waiting for their feline and canine patients.
An academic review of the university’s School of Public Health will soon get underway, fulfilling one of three commitments made to the unit in July by Interim Provost and Vice-President Academic Ernie Barber.
Ron Cuming began his career as a professor at the College of Law 48 years ago, before many of us were born, but his teaching techniques are anything but old school.
Faculty members from the university’s College of Nursing and Western College of Veterinary Medicine are part of a team working with the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology to establish a One Health clinic in Tanzania.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders were playing for the Grey Cup the Sunday night before Kishor Wasan interviewed for the dean of the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, and he was watching intently.
Michelle Prytula has never been one to back away from a challenge, including that of assuming the top spot in the College of Education.
To be sure, the new dean of medicine at the U of S sees many changes on the horizon for the college but Dr. Preston Smith wonders if there is a group of professionals better prepared for change than doctors.