Thanks to the agreement of most colleges and some judicious rejigging of the schedule, the University of Saskatchewan will be providing students with a fall break in term one of the 2014-15 academic year.
A series of snappy ads have popped up around Calgary encouraging high school students there to attend the U of S.
With so much left to accomplish and an agenda dominated by TransformUS, the prioritizing of academic and service programs, the Provost’s Committee on Integrated Planning (PCIP) has made the decision to extend the University of Saskatchewan’s current integrated plan by one year, to 2017.
Construction waste diversion, sustainable building materials, removing an escalator in favour of stairs and tree replacement were all factors that helped earn the U of S Students’ Union (USSU) a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver certification for its Place Riel expansion project.
A high-intensity graduate school for budding Canadian and Norwegian space researchers in Alberta’s Kananaskis country has Kathryn McWilliams wondering if they’ve discovered a better way to produce both science and scientists.
A water-conservation project in the College of Education has saved millions of litres, not to mention thousands of dollars, in just over a year.
A growing awareness that the health of humans, animals and the environment are inextricably linked has sparked a flurry of activity in one of the University of Saskatchewan’s signature areas of research.
Former University of Saskatchewan students are trading in Huskies green for maple leaf red as they head to Sochi, Russia representing Canada at the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A $4-million campaign is underway at the University of Saskatchewan to provide increased scholarship support for students to recognize their innovation and excellence, and to help ensure financial hardships do not present a barrier to post-secondary education.
Severe winter weather has played havoc with the construction schedule for the Gordon Oakes Red-Bear Student Centre but thanks to extra work crews now on the site, the completion date for the project remains the fall of this year.