Saskatoon is proving to be a fostering city for exciting new startups.
The national conference held at the U of S connects underrepresented youth with new opportunities in their field.
The Illumination conference will work to empower and open doors for female students.
A multidisciplinary campus club is garnering interest with innovative designs.
Our campus is more than just gothic buildings and there's a 113-year history to prove it.
The engineering students’ group continues to stand strong despite some bumps along the way.
U of S IEEE branch invites students across the Prairies to illuminate their futures.
The drop in oil prices is affecting more than the price at the pump. Engineering students report fewer job advertisements and reduced co-op programs as a result of company cutbacks.
The Saskatoon Engineering Students’ Society is under scrutiny from its members after executive elections were cancelled and major changes were made to its election policy.
Engineers trained in Canada tend to wear the profession on their sleeve. Or more specifically, the pinky finger of their working hand in the form of an iron ring.