In many cases, finding solutions to complex problems requires an ability to see all sides of the bigger picture.
The school year is nearly finished and the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is gearing up for their elections with a campaign featuring nine candidates.
In 1997, Don Cochrane, emeritus professor of educational foundations, and his students at the University of Saskatchewan organized the first Breaking the Silence conference.
In Saskatchewan alone, there are over 1,350 pharmacists working in community pharmacy, hospitals, ambulatory care and primary health-care teams, and the number is growing every year.
According to the Saskatoon Health Region, Saskatchewan has seen a significant increase in brain injuries in the last five years.
At the University of Saskatchewan, many students never get the chance to explore their research interests through a hands-on approach.
The Shine a Light Gala on Mar. 2, hosted by the World University Service of Canada group at the University of Saskatchewan, aims to raise money to provide higher education opportunities for young women in refugee camps.
The University of Saskatchewan is consistently trying to create stronger relationships with Indigenous students and faculty, and Aboriginal Achievement Week is one more opportunity for all students to build community.
With the increase of globalization and international relations, many students feel that finding solutions to global issues is paramount.
In an effort to support and inspire their peers, University of Saskatchewan students have teamed up with Station 20 West to produce animated videos exploring the lived experiences they face as core students.