The U of S will lose access to almost one-tenth of the online journals it subscribed to.
D'Eon's motion, first raised in May, to be considered for a vote in September.
The University of Saskatchewan is hosting a series of lectures and presentations to spread awareness and interest in an architecture program at the school.
The university is spending much of March hosting discussions on a possible architecture program at the school. Isn’t it great that the U of S can still explore new options for colleges and programs while there’s a projected deficit of $44.5 million by 2016 and as the health sciences building is being “scaled back”? Give
The Canadian Light Source — also known as the synchrotron — has lined up $67 million in funding before its upcoming four year budget cycle even begins. But the search for cash continues.
Even though Ilene Busch-Vishniac makes $400,000 a year and gets a free house, I feel for her. Like Obama still trying to stabilize the U.S. economy after Bush’s shitstorm term in office, Busch-Vishniac has to clean up the University of Saskatchewan’s financial situation in a way that is manageable, sustainable and cost-effective.
In recent weeks there have been cries of outrage from students and some faculty over the “TransformUS” prioritization process being adopted at the University of Saskatchewan. But what many people fail to realize is that this process will be beneficial for the university in the long term.
Over the last few weeks, and especially in last week’s “Money Issue” of the Sheaf, significant disgruntlement has been directed toward administrators at the University of Saskatchewan. In reality, administrators at the U of S have done their best to deal with the Saskatchewan Party’s intentional decision to defund post-secondary education in Saskatchewan.
In this letter from the executive, the USSU urges the U of S to include students in the composition of the two TransformUS task forces.
We conducted an online survey to gauge where students stood on the university’s cost-cutting measures, what students perceived the financial problems to be and how the university should go about solving its money issues. This article covers a breakdown of some of those responses.