Jeff Lane joined the U of S in July 2013 as an assistant professor in the Department of Biology, specializing in how mammals, specifically squirrels and prairie dogs, respond to climate change.
“The questions I’m interested in are long term like, how are wild populations responding to climate change? Is there any evidence of evolutionary responses in the populations?”
Lane grew up in Calgary and developed a love of the outdoors in the Rocky Mountains. He completed his bachelor’s degree in ecology
While they may not shout out “is there a theoretical physicist in the house?,” scientists from across Canada and around the world often end up at Yansun Yao’s office at the Canadian Light Source, seeking his help.
John Hansen joined the U of S in July 2012 as an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology specializing in justice, crime and society within the context of Indigenous knowledge and non–Western models of justice.
Clayton Bangsund was working on his PhD at the University of Alberta when the U of S College of Law came calling, offering the chance to work with one of his mentors, law professor Ronald C.C. Cuming.
Hamed Samarghandi is fascinated by the intricate dance of human productivity, a sentiment he strives to instill in students in his business planning and statistics classes.
The U of S College of Law welcomed Order of Canada recipient Kim Pate as the Ariel F. Sallows Chair in Human Rights on July 1.
Holly Mansell joined the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition in February 2013, lured by an assistant professor position that offered the chance to teach, pursue research and even continue working as a pharmacist.
Gordon Barnhart, interim president of the University of Saskatchewan, was one of 83 new appointees to the Order of Canada announced June 30 by His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada.
Graham George remembers distinctly “the moment I woke up to science,” launching a career honoured with the Distinguished Researcher Award at the spring 2014 University of Saskatchewan convocation ceremonies.
When it comes to building strong bones, a little gymnastics goes a long way and for a long time, according to Marta Erlandson, assistant professor in the College of Kinesiology.