Mike Marsh, BE’79, announced as 42nd C.J. Mackenzie Distinguished Lecturer

The College of Engineering has a rich history spanning over the past 42 years of recognizing an alumnus who has achieved a position of eminence by honouring them at the C.J. Macken...

Engineering Physics student launches rocket at CaNoRock 2017

Liam Gray, an engineering physics student, took part in an exciting program in Norway this year by designing, building, and launching a rocket at CaNoRock.

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Tomorrow, December 6, the College of Engineering encourages our students, faculty and staff to wear a white scarf or ribbon to honour the National Day of Remembrance and Action on ...

College of Engineering recognizes support, partnerships at Evening of Appreciation event

Engineering student Lyndsey Thorson knows the difference donors can make to the undergraduate experience.

Lest We Forget – Engineers who serve Canada

As Remembrance Day approaches the College of Engineering pays tribute to those students, faculty, and alumni who have served our country.

Mechanical engineering alumnus and Indigenous Peoples Initiatives Coordinator Matthew Dunn named to the 2017 CBC Future 40

The College of Engineering is proud to share that Matthew Dunn (BE 2004, MSc 2010) and the college’s Indigenous Peoples Initiatives Coordinator has been named to CBC Saskatchewan’s...

Professor Carey Simonson the U of S Distinguished Graduate Supervisor Award winner

Congratulations to Mechanical Engineering Professor Carey Simonson who has been named the U of S Distinguished Graduate Supervisor Award winner.

Researchers explore ways to remove antibiotics polluting lakes and rivers

Pre-treated barley straw is showing promise as an environmentally-friendly material that could be used to help soak up certain types of antibiotics polluting waterways.

Distinguished alumni offer career advice during leadership panel event

Always remain curious. Value teamwork. Demonstrate respect. Work hard, but don’t lose yourself in the process. Find the learning in everything you do.

Celebrating Engineering at the 2017 Hard Hat Ceremony

For aspiring electrical engineer Joydeepa Das, receiving her yellow hard hat marked another step toward realizing her dreams.

Alumnae Angie Bugg (BE’85) honoured in Canada 150 Citizens project

Angie Bugg (BE’85) was recently honoured as part of the U of S Canada 150 Citizens project.

Combining medicine and engineering to repair a damaged heart

The combination of the Canadian Light Source (CLS) synchrotron’s unique biomedical imaging and therapy (BMIT) beamline and the vision of a multi-discipline researcher from the Univ...

U of S researchers awarded $10.7M by NSERC

Sixty University of Saskatchewan (U of S) faculty and 27 graduate students and post-doctoral fellows have been awarded a total of $10.7 million by the federal Natural Sciences and ...

September Activities for Students

Engineering students, with the new academic school year around the corner, the College of Engineering has a full slate of events for September.

Alumnus Ralph Young (BE’67) named as 2017 Alumni Achievement Award recipient

The College of Engineering is pleased to share that alumnus Ralph Young (BE'67) has been announced as a 2017 recipient of the University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association Alumni A...

College of Engineering Welcomes Distinguished Alumni for "Lessons in Leadership" Panel

The College of Engineering joins in the excitement of the fall semester beginning to share that on September 12th, our college be hosting another Leadership Panel with two high pro...

Researchers develop technique to reuse carbon dioxide and methane

Reusing carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane waste emissions from industrial sources is closer to reality, thanks to recent findings from the Canadian Light Source and the U of S.

Researchers develop technique to reuse carbon dioxide and methane

Reusing carbon dioxide and methane waste emissions from industrial sources is closer to reality, thanks to recent findings from the Canadian Light Source and a U of S research team...

Engineering student wins $100,000 Schulich Leadership Scholarship

The College of Engineering is proud of first year engineering student, Regan Wilson, for receiving a $100,000 Schulich Leadership Scholarship.

Mining in microgravity

Planetary exploration may be a step closer to reality thanks to a group of stargazing students at the University of Saskatchewan.

Engineering students discover dinosaur bones

Engineering students from the University of Saskatchewan Space Design Team (USST) have gained media attention for their discovery of dinosaur bones during their prep work for the C...

Huskie Formula Racing students relish in stellar performance in U.S.

The Huskie Formula Racing team is comprised of students across various disciplines working to conceive, design and fabricate an open-wheeled formula-style race car to compete in th...

Adam Bourassa and team to help NASA test atmospheric water vapour monitor

A recent article featured in CBC news highlighted the University of Saskatchewan's own Adam Bourassa and the rest of the team who are helping NASA test a water vapour monitor.

Developing new technology for cheaper biofuel

New University of Saskatchewan chemistry research could pave the way for cheaper gas and booze.

College of Engineering welcomes 64 of Canada’s top young innovators and entrepreneurs at SHAD Saskatchewan

The U of S is one of 13 partner universities involved with SHAD, an enrichment program for Canadian high school students focusing on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts a...

Student improves licence-plate recognition technology

A University of Saskatchewan graduate student is building better licence-plate recognition technology to fight crime and improve security.

Engineering student receives inaugural $15,000 USD fellowship

Bjorn Vors, a U of S civil engineering student from Tisdale, Saskatchewan, has been awarded the inaugural Daniel W. Falconer ACI Student Fellowship for the 2017/2018 academic year....

Quarter Scale Tractor Team has strong showing in Illinois competition

The University of Saskatchewan Sled Dogs ¼ Scale Tractor Team recently made their 16th appearance at the 20th annual ASABE International Quarter Scale Tractor Student Design Compet...

U of S to help northern Saskatchewan students access science and engineering programming

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) officially partnered with Northlands College today to offer a program designed to reduce barriers people living in northern Saskatchewan may...

U of S launches engineering engagement program for Indigenous youth

The U of S has been awarded nearly $150,000 in federal funding to teach Indigenous youth about engineering principles underlying the technologies and designs in their own communiti...

Engineering alumnus, Kay Nasser and wife, Dora Nasser, are Red Cross Humanitarians of the Year

The Saskatchewan Red Cross has selected engineering alumnus and Professor Emeritus, Kay Nasser (PhD’65) and his wife Dora Nasser (BED’69) as the 2017 Humanitarians of the Year.

Kells earns Provost's Teaching Award

The College of Engineering is proud to announce that Professor Jim Kells of the Civil, Geological and Environmental Engineering Department is the 2017 Provost's College Teaching Aw...

Dr. Safa Kasap Awarded Saskatchewan Centennial Enhancement Chair

Dr. Safa Kasap of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department has been awarded a Saskatchewan Centennial Enhancement Chair in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments ...

UPDATE: USST’s STARFOX Team Finalists in Studying Dynamics of Mineral Screening in Space

USST's project STARFOX moves to the next phase of the Canadian Reduced Gravity Experiment Design Challenge (CAN-RGX) with the final Critical Design Review on April 18.

Watch: Leadership Panel with three engineering alumni

On March 24, 2017, the College of Engineering welcomed undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff of the University of Saskatchewan to an open panel and 'Q &A' discussi...

Biomedical Engineering Research Assistant, Rui Fang, wins second for Viewer’s Choice in Images of Research Competition

The third annual University of Saskatchewan Images of Research competition was held in the spring of 2017.

SES Undergraduate Design Showcase

The SES invites all students, faculty, and staff to attend the SES Undergrad Design Showcase, Wednesday, March 29.

Daniel Chen: Building the future of tissue regrowth

Daniel Chen’s work on tissue scaffolds takes place on a tiny scale, but could have huge implications for the future of health care.

Float or sink?

Will it float or sink? This was the big question on the minds of participants at the hands-on boat building challenge as part of Aboriginal Achievement Week.

Powerful possibilities

Weaning the world from its fossil fuel addiction is a mammoth task that not only includes coming up with new ways to generate energy, but also storing it and transforming it for so...

Mechanical Engineering Student Achieves Indigenous Success in STEM

In celebration of Aboriginal Achievement Week, the College of Engineering and the College of Arts & Science co-hosted the Achieving Indigenous Success in STEM (Science, Technology,...

Aboriginal Achievement Week

To celebrate Aboriginal Achievement Week from February 27 to March 3, the College of Engineering and the College of Arts & Science are co-hosting two events

College of Engineering celebrates Canada's Agriculture Day

The College of Engineering is pleased to celebrate Canada’s Agriculture Day.

U of S researchers exploring soil ecosystems, biomedical coating

University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers have been awarded close to $1.5 million by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) for collaborative...

Like father, like son, for Huskie standout

All-star wrestler and student part of Canada West Wrestling Championships this weekend at the PAC.

Dalai transforming restaurant waste into fuel

When most people look at discarded vegetable oil—browned and gritty from frying food—they likely see nothing more than waste.

U of S engineering graduate on short list to become Canada's newest astronaut

Jason Leuschen, a mechanical engineering graduate is on the Canadian Space Agency's short list to become Canada's newest astronaut.

Anselmi named president and CEO of Ottawa Senators

With an impressive track record of leadership in professional sports management, Tom Anselmi (BE’85) has been introduced as the new president and CEO of the Ottawa Senators.

Two Usask engineering students to represent Canadian engineering students under the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students

The College of Engineering is proud to share that two College of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan students, Zenon Kripki and Mitch Cassidy have been respectively elected Pre...

Why do we still use road salt and what are the alternatives?

Carl Kuhnke, a transportation and infrastructure expert with the University of Saskatchewan, says road salt helps speed up the corrosion of rebar inside concrete.