The Science Ambassador Program allows students to teach based on their own research interests.
The biennial veterinary spectacular will open its doors for two days of interactive demonstrations.
Just as pilots learn to fly using simulators, the next cohort of veterinary students at the University of Saskatchewan will now be able to practice medical procedures on simulated patients at the new clinical learning centre on campus.
On Jan. 20, undergraduate students at the University of Saskatchewan will be displaying their research and challenging the notion that such projects are reserved only for graduate students and professors.
the University of Saskatchewan Environmental and Bioresources Students Association decided to address urban food production by hosting a seminar and potluck on campus.
On Oct. 2-3, students of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan will host the now bi-annual Vetavision