Cover of Thorough magazine with photo of female engineering student

Check out the latest edition of Thorough, the College of Engineering magazine, published in 2023. 


Feature Stories

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Reaching our full potential

The University of Saskatchewan’s newly launched fundraising campaign is an opportunity to achieve critical renewal at the College of Engineering.

A smiling man leaning on a cabinet in his office building.

Ready to grow with Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering produces well-trained, hard-working engineering grads that are in demand at companies like Jason Mewis's Engcomp. These engineers and the college's research expertise are critical components of a growing Saskatchewan economy.

On the fast track

Layla Bekkaoui and Andrew Hardy say being on the Huskie Formula Racing team got them on the road to careers in the racing industry.

A large group shot of a student group in a workshop area.

Learning beyond the classroom

We asked our undergraduate and graduate student societies and our most active student design groups to reflect on their goals, accomplishments and challenges from the 2022-2023 academic year. 

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RE-ENGINEERED first-year program getting top marks

USask Engineering students have positive feedback for the new program - and some suggestions for improvement.

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Softening the edges of engineering design

The principle of co-creation helps engineers discover solutions that will work at a technical - and human - level.

Kresta gratefully reflects on her five-year term as dean

Suzanne Kresta looks back on her term as dean.