As a young female law student completing her PhD, Beth Bilson’s academic prowess and leadership skills stood out. Earmarked for success, Bilson was recruited for a faculty position in the law school by a former college leader.
Kishor Wasan, professor and dean of the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, has been selected as the newest jury member for the Prix Galien Canada, an award that recognizes the efforts and achievements of pharmaceutical research and development.
It is a basic tenet of Canadian society that all citizens are equal before the law, but this view may be a bit naïve, explained Sarah Buhler, an assistant professor in the College of Law.
Despite its universal inevitability, death is a touchy topic for many.
After close to three years of campus-wide consultation, University Council has received a series of recommendations on the administration of graduate studies.
Juno-winning musician and northern advocate Susan Aglukark knows a thing or two about touring and the rigours of life on the road.
A team of U of S researchers studying the health of Lake Diefenbaker over the last few years has found that water flowing in from the South Saskatchewan River may be the principal factor affecting the lake’s water quality.
More than ever, graduate students will not find themselves in faculty positions once done pursuing education and will need to develop certain professional skills required outside of academia.
Achieving its long-term goal of proportional Aboriginal representation in its student body, the College of Nursing is extremely pleased to announce an undergraduate enrolment of 165 (17.3 per cent) Aboriginal students this term.
Michael Szafron likes to share an anecdote from one of his students who was intimidated by attending a course at Johns Hopkins, one of the top medical schools in North America.