Canada has made significant progress is defeating brain drain—that is, the loss of scientific, engineering, and medical talent to the United States—according to the Toronto Star.
Growing up on a farm, Carolyn Cartwright, veterinary technologist and lead of specialties at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), spent a lot of time around animals, especially horses.
Education—and indeed the University of Saskatchewan—has always been important to Grit McCreath and her family.
The university’s newest master teacher is a real Keith of all trades.
This past weekend, a graduate student received provincial honours for her contributions to Saskatoon’s multicultural community.
As Johannes Dyring explained it, the wealth enjoyed in the modern world comes largely from the resources between our ears.
From being homeless, to finding a home at the U of S, Zoey Roy’s path has had its share of twists and turns, and she hopes it can be an example for other Aboriginal youth to follow.
Prolific writer and U of S alumnus Guy Vanderhaeghe (BA’71, Arts’72, MA’75, DLitt’97) has, for the third time in his career, won the Governor General’s Literary Award.
When it comes to technology, engineering professor Sean Maw believes high tech is not always good tech.
Evan Duncan knows when he is giving someone a good massage.