Student-athletes at the U of S have a multitude of demands to meet. They have to manage a full course load, maintain a high level of academic performance, manage their schedule, maintain peak physical condition, and travel to games. Not to mention practice, practice, practice.
Azita Haddadi, associate professor in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, has been chosen as one of RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrants of 2016.
A U of S professor was honoured last week for his research work as well as his role as a faculty mentor.
Krista Loewen worked tirelessly for four years to graduate with great distinction this spring in the Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
The U of S is remembering Gordie Howe, a Saskatoon hockey hero who passed away this morning.
A School of Public Health (SPH) graduate student will spend the next nine months on an academic adventure in Asia.
University of Saskatchewan women were well represented at the 35th annual PotashCorp YWCA Women of Distinction Awards on May 26, topping seven of the 10 award categories.
Anton Siaotong came halfway around the world to find his calling in Canada.
There may be nobody more proud to step on stage at TCU Place this month than Michelle Martin.
Saskatoon soprano Katya Khartova has been proud to sing O Canada at University of Saskatchewan convocation ceremonies for the past two years.