One Health continues to bridge gaps between different colleges with an interdisciplinary panel discussion.
The U of S Undergraduate Research Journal continues to highlight student research for the fourth year in a row.
In 1997, Don Cochrane, emeritus professor of educational foundations, and his students at the University of Saskatchewan organized the first Breaking the Silence conference.
This February, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Help Centre continues to reach out to students with a pilot project in which they place a basket of tampons and sanitary napkins in bathrooms that will benefit students in times of need.
Research journals are one of the ways to share discoveries around the world
According to Statistics Canada, suicide is a leading cause of premature and preventable deaths for people of all ages in Canada, a fact that community members in Saskatoon and at the University of Saskatchewan are working to change.
As the middle of the term approaches, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Pride Centre will host one of its annual events, bringing together people of all sexual orientations and gender identities to show that everyone can have fun, despite and even because of their differences.
From Aug. 26-28, about 150 students and faculty participated in the University of Saskatchewan’s fifth annual One Health Leadership Experience, a conference that builds bridges between different colleges on campus and takes the first steps to achieve success in solving health problems through collaboration, communication and inclusion.
This summer, 22 students in the Indigenous Land-Based Cohort spent their summer courses outside at the Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Man., taking education to a whole new level.
Founded in 1972, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Help Centre continues to provide a diverse set of programs and services to the U of S community that enhance the student experience on campus.