Judy Yungwirth could use a crystal ball; it would come in handy for her current project.
The advantage of having a second set of eyes isn’t just for proofreading—it now applies to your prescriptions.
UPDATE (October 20): The University of Saskatchewan has cancelled its temporary bus service in light of Saskatoon Transit resuming its services. For more information, read the City of Saskatoon transit announcement.
Within weeks of the City of Saskatoon transit lockout, members of the U of S created a temporary shuttle service for its students and staff.
At its Oct. 9 meeting, the Board of Governors approved a motion to have Greg Smith replace Susan Milburn as chair of the U of S Board of Governors, and to elect Lee Ahenakew as vice-chair.
A local science education program has received a pair of international awards for its work in getting Aboriginal students in Saskatoon excited about math and science.
By May of next year, students enrolled in non-credit professional development and community education programs at the University of Saskatchewan will be taking class through the college that offers related degree-credit programming.
The wheels have begun to turn on the process to find the next president of the University of Saskatchewan.
Significant headway in reducing a projected operating deficit means the University of Saskatchewan is now in a position to advance a new plan of action that focuses on mission rather than money.
Teah Zielinski and Tushita Patel have been named the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) recipients of Schulich Leader Scholarships, which are awarded to highly successful students who are entering undergraduate studies in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM).
It’s out with the old, and in with the new “old” as the lecture theatre Thorvaldson 271, familiar to many as the Airplane Room, undergoes a seating renovation.