New Indigenous Signage and Graphics at the College of Engineering

The College of Engineering is committed to being an inclusive and respectful community for all people.

Engineering alum Ron Graham and his wife Jane, continue generosity with a game-changer gift for U of S

When they heard that the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) was proceeding on a new ice facility to replace the aging Rutherford Rink, they decided to get involved to fix a long-s...

Dr. Kay Nasser announced as the 2017 C.J. Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence Distinguished Lecturer

On January 24, 2017, the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan will be celebrating the achievements of alumnus and Professor Emeritus, Karim “Kay” Nasser, at the...

Interviews with inanimate objects: Busy beaver

I’m the unofficial mascot of the College of Engineering.

Engineering STEAM students raise grain elevator at 2016 Nuit Blanche

The USask STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) TEAM, or S(TEAM)2 , is a collaborative group of engineering and fine arts students; with the goal of bridging the ...

Engineering Professor Emeritus and alumnus Nasser to receive U of S honorary doctorate

Karim (Kay) Nasser is well-known as one of the city’s leading property developers and philanthropists and a passionate long-time supporter of the University of Saskatchewan (U of S...

Professor Emeritus, Robert Besant, receives lifetime achievement award

The College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan is proud to share in celebration of Professor Emeritus, Robert Besant, who was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award w...

Hard Hat Ceremony: Students welcomed into programs

On September 14, 2016, over 330 second year engineering students were welcome into their programs at the College of Engineering’s annual Hard Hat Ceremony.

PhD candidate wins international student poster competition

The College of Engineering is proud to celebrate the achievements of PhD candidate, Xingxing (Shane) Jin.

Culture Connections

A new program supported by multiple units on campus hopes to promote cultural identity among Aboriginal students while exploring Chinese culture and language.

U of S NSERC/SaskPower research chair to develop modern power grid

SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (U of S) electrical engineer Tony Chung has been awarded a $2.2-million industrial research chair that will help Canada achieve a safe, relia...

Johnston earns Provost's Teaching Award

The College of Engineering is proud to announce that Professor J.D. Johnston from the Department of Mechanical Engineering is the recipient of the 2016 Provost's College Teaching A...

Alumnus Kay Nasser honoured by the American University of Beirut

Professor Emeritus Kay Nasser has been named one of the 150 History Makers by the American University of Beirut.

Challenging Designs

Rick Retzlaff believes good design should solve a problem.

U of S engineering students design with children in mind

Prototypes designed by Engineering students will be used as exhibits at the Children's Discovery Museum.

U of S team working on improved cancer treatment

SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (U of S) research could yield more effective and less toxic chemotherapy drugs to treat cancer.

U of S researchers adapt “camera pill” to examine horses

Professor Khan Wahid of the Chemical & Biological Engineering department is part of a research team that has adapted an endoscopy capsule for horses.

SaskPower Research Chair Tony Chung attains IEEE Fellow

Professor Tony (C.Y.) Chung was chosen among a select group to be elevated to Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow effective January 1, 2016.

Marvin Romanow delivers 2016 C.J. Mackenzie Distinguished Lecture

The college marked the 40th anniversary of its C.J. Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence with alumnus Marvin Romanow (BE’77, Electrical) as its distinguished lecturer, at TCU P...

New support for Indigenous engineering students at U of S

A new industry partnership to support Indigenous engineering students with summer work placements and tuition assistance has been established by the College of Engineering at the U...