Chalmers Jack Mackenzie is remembered today at the University of Saskatchewan as the first dean of engineering who went on to lead the National Research Council in 1939. He also designed the Broadway and Borden bridges in the 1930s.
After almost two weeks under the watchful eyes of wildlife veterinarians at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), a great horned owl was released back into the wild Tuesday afternoon.
Curbing cravings is challenging, but a new U of S program is here to help.
At its Jan. 21 meeting, University Council passed a motion supporting the inclusion of Indigenous knowledges and experiences in all degree programs.
The U of S has been working on bringing a school of architecture to its campus for nearly a decade. Members of the university community and the Saskatchewan Association of Architects are finally starting to feel like that work might be coming to fruition.
Teamwork is the basis of successful problem solving, especially in the complex, ever-changing field of health care.
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has not approved and adopted a new vision, mission and values document since 1993—the new president is going to change that.
Despite a downturn in the economy, Canadians spent a lot of money this holiday season—be it on gifts for loved ones, a vacation or maybe a little something for themselves.
Following approval from the Board of Governors in December 2015, undergraduate and graduate programs will see tuition increases ranging from zero to five per cent.
Following the campus-wide review of academic advising services that took place a few years ago, a wave of change hit the U of S, including the development of a new Advising Charter.