A need for speed got an engineering grad’s business off the ground.
Understanding how best to achieve efficiency, and ultimately savings, in the vast and complex area of procurement at the University of Saskatchewan first requires a close look at the experience of the people doing the buying.
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Medication Assessment Centre (MAC) and the non-profit charity Student Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH) are teaming up to improve health care in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods.
A University of Saskatchewan alumnus is part of a team that redeveloped the world’s first Tim Hortons location.
The University Library has received a display set of a book listing the names and brief biographies of the Saskatoon citizens and U of S employees and students lost in the First World War.
Pain has been a constant for much of Anita Chakravarti’s life.
Even Ken Coates appreciated the irony of him struggling with the volume control on his computer while explaining a new course he is teaching on innovation and technology in the North.
To Canadians of a certain generation, the name Ken Dryden evokes a towering hockey presence. Dryden was the legendary goaltender who backstopped the Montreal Canadians to six Stanley Cups, and Team Canada to victory in the 1972 Summit Series between the elite hockey stars of Canada and the Soviet Union.
How are U of S students feeling these days? Do they feel welcome on campus, respected and supported?
Winter doesn’t officially start for another three weeks, but you would never know that from looking out your window.