Peter MacKinnon returned to the U of S campus Jan. 20 to launch his book University Leadership and Public Policy in the Twenty- First Century: A President’s Perspective, an insider’s look at what one writer quoted in his book described as “the hardest job in modern society.”
The salutations are personal—Marguerite, Dear F., My own beloved, Dear Mentor/Tormentor, Dear loving Spirit—and they mark the start of the often touching, sometimes poignant and occasionally surprising letters brought together in a new book entitled Where the Nights are Twice as Long: Love Letters of Canadian Poets.
Metaphor and science may seem like odd bedfellows, but to the first-ever social scientists in residence at the Canadian Light Source (CLS), the two are completely compatible.
Edwards School of Business student Jared Koehl has been named Saskatchewan’s 2015 student entrepreneur provincial champion by Enactus Canada, Canada’s largest student leadership development organization, and program supporter the John Dobson Foundation.
Dr. Bert McBride is hanging up his stethoscope, this time for good.
The future of food security is complex and murky, but Maurice Moloney’s vision for the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) is crystal clear.
Alanna Howell hopes to help the university deal more sustainably and cheaply with a bothersome byproduct of dairy research—cattle manure.
Jim Miller, professor emeritus of history at the University of Saskatchewan, was one of 13 people named as Officers of the Order of Canada Dec. 26 by the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada.
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.