Close to 100 images were submitted to the second annual Images of Research competition. The top images were selected in a range of categories as well as a viewer’s choice category.
If people do not start living more sustainably soon, Matt Wolsfeld is worried that Saskatoon may find itself in a waste management crisis.
Starting in June, Protective Services will start using a new training program to better equip officers dealing with mental health-related issues on campus.
This year’s Go Abroad Photo Contest, an initiative organized by the International Student and Study Abroad Centre, received 75 photos submissions in three categories.
More than 160 guests attended the April 6 launch of the Aboriginal Career Start (ACS) program at the U of S, which will help graduates from partner institutions gain some practical on-the-job training and experience.
Around the world organizations are being challenged to put higher standards in place to protect consumer credit card data.
At his first address to the General Academic Assembly (GAA) on Friday, University of Saskatchewan (U of S) President Peter Stoicheff announced his commitment to three key initiatives related to reconciliation, sustainability and examining the feasibility of the Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus.
Born in Clermont, PEI in 1892, Michael Allan MacMillan came to Saskatoon in 1909, drawn west by the great promise of the province.
SASKATOON — Today’s federal government announcement of a Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund by Science Minister Kirsty Duncan is welcome news for the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
“Following last month’s federal budget announcement, we’ve been watching closely for more details about infrastructure investments specific to post-secondary, so today’s announcement was welcome news,” said U of S President Peter Stoicheff. “I am excited about the possibilities this will potentially create for the U of S. Investments in infrastructure are much
With University Council’s January endorsement to include Indigenous knowledge and experiences in all degree programs, the real work is set to begin.