A University of Saskatchewan alumnus is set to lead the Saskatchewan Roughriders starting next spring.
Two U of S grads made the 2014 list of Canada’s top 100 female entrepreneurs.
Rob Lamb was surprised at how similar Australia and Canada are; even the electrons inside the synchrotron’s rings go around in the same direction, he joked, referring to the popular myth that the Coriolis effect causes water to drain in opposite directions in the two hemispheres.
The University of Saskatchewan’s first Aboriginal library intern is preparing to be part of a new generation of Aboriginal knowledge keepers.
At the Nov. 10 dinner celebrating the installation of Robert Thirsk as the chancellor of the University of Calgary, Grit McCreath, U of S board member, presented a pair of Cree moccasins as a gift on behalf of the U of S.
It’s all about mysteries for Rick Long, the university’s newest master teacher.
The numbers are staggering: 53,656 “bums in seats” in 119 rooms over 14 days writing 1,181 final examinations. And it is Debi Bokshowan’s job to set an exam schedule where no student is double-booked or writes more than two exams in a 24-hour period.
Chemistry Professor Matthew Paige has a brush-with-greatness story.
The University of Saskatchewan Beamteam is devoted to uncovering the properties of new and advanced materials. In 2013, five graduate students from the group completed their PhDs and moved on to become professors, develop synchrotron beamlines, and expand the world’s knowledge of advanced materials.
November 14 is National Philanthropy Day in North America, a day set aside to recognize and pay tribute to the great contributions that philanthropy—and those people active in the philanthropic community—have made to our lives, our communities and our world. On this special day, the U of S is proud to honour Chancellor Emerita Vera Pezer.