Data will be the difference in how the university interacts with its prospective students, current students and graduates with the introduction of a new Relationship Management System (RMS).
The university is one step closer to a new vision, mission and values statement, with a first draft scheduled for release by mid-June.
SASKATOON – And the winner is … Viking Innovations! Jackie Martin and Mike Ransom win the grand prize in this year’s University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Tech Venture Challenge for their product, the Dalmatian, a kitchen fire prevention system for the home.
The Dalmatian is a small control panel designed to disconnect power to the kitchen range and counter plugs when a smoke alarm is activated. With no electricity or heat, kitchen fires are far less likely to start or
It has been a long time coming for the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA), but their ergonomics lab is now officially open.
As with most traditions, the university’s first powwow started with a conversation. Now an annual event attended by thousands, it has a long, storied history dating back nearly 30 years.
A unique wellness program designed to encourage fitness in Aboriginal communities recently honoured its first round of students.
Three U of S faculty members were honoured recently for their work by the Saskatchewan Book Awards.
Political studies and public policy professor Ken Coates won the University of Saskatchewan Non-fiction Award for his book, #Idlenomore and the Remaking of Canada. Jeanette Lynes, a professor of English and co-ordinator of the master’s program in creative writing, won the Saskatchewan Arts Board Poetry Award for Bedlam Cowslip.
Sylvia McAdam, special projects co-ordinator for the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness, won the Regina Public Library Aboriginal Peoples’
When people see worrisome changes in their friends or colleagues, Robert Kliewer wants to help them find the assistance they need.
Thanks to the early snowmelt and above-average spring temperatures, ticks in the province have come out sooner than usual.
Anyone who has been to the U of S knows that it is, indeed, a beautiful place to be.