A U of S professor has been recognized by the Governor General’s Awards for her work in developing educational resources overseas.
Stephanie Yong is all about ideas.
A desire to change things for his fellow students initially attracted Ziad Ghaith to the Graduate Students’ Association (GSA), and that will to help others kept him on the executive for another year as president.
Mike Babcock was a wide-eyed teenager when he followed in the family footsteps to take classes at the University of Saskatchewan back in 1981.
Humanitarians gathered on May 4 as notable U of S alumni were honoured at the Red Cross Power of Humanity Luncheon, which recognized extraordinary humanitarian efforts.
From living on the street to becoming a passionate community member, artist and education activist, Zoey Roy is an example of positive change.
As the co-ordinator of Aboriginal programs and outreach in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, Candice Pete has played a large part in advancing the college’s Aboriginal engagement strategy.
Two U of S political science professors were recently recognized for their excellence in public policy writing.
The picture perfect views along the riverbank are a stark contrast from the cracking and slumping occurring in Saskatoon’s riverside neighbourhoods.
A U of S researcher has been honoured with the YWCA’s Women of Distinction lifetime achievement award.