Jane McWhirter has discovered art has great power to change, to heal, to grow—and she is working to share that power.
Anyone who orders work supplies from a company called Skulls Unlimited must have an interesting job.
University Council Chair Dr. Jay Kalra had a summer filled with good news.
Students awarded largest Canadian scholarship to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics
SASKATOON – Nimra Dar and Simranjeet Singh are the latest University of Saskatchewan students to earn prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarships.
Schulich Leader Scholarships are entrance awards for high school graduates enrolling in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) undergraduate program at participating universities in Canada and Israel.
Dar, 18, is a recipient of the award valued at $80,000. She graduated from Jasper Place High School in Edmonton and will enter
Saskatoon’s Shelby Lechman has turned her passion for art and fascination with history into a new award-winning series of paintings.
Lechman, who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Great Distinction at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) spring convocation, has been named one of 12 regional winners from across the country in the 13th annual BMO 1st Art! Invitational Student Art Competition. The 24-year-old Lechman, who earned a $5,000 award, was one of 263 candidates from more than
Lisa Thomaidis has one more accolade to add to her collection—coaching the Canadian women’s basketball team to a gold medal at the 2015 Pan American Games.
College of Nursing alumna Dawn Anderson was recently presented with the prestigious Florence Nightingale Medal, which recognizes devotion and dedication to victims of armed conflict and natural disasters.
In six Star Trek movies and the television series of the same name, the USS Enterprise’s doctor, Leonard “Bones” McCoy, whips out his hand-held tricorder to scan the bodies of injured and ill crew members.
When Matthew Dalzell yells “all hands on deck,” he means it. Literally.
A team of U of S graduate students studying applied social psychology recently won a national competition where they were required to evaluate the effectiveness of social intervention programs.