National USask-led satellite science mission receives $17 million in funding

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have received $17 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) fund in support of the HAWC (High-altitude Aerosols, Water vapour and Clouds) mission. This will place USask at the forefront of space innovation and has the potential to revolutionize the way we understand and address climate change.

Ready to grow with Saskatchewan

FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: The University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering produces well-trained, hard-working engineering grads. These engineers and the college's research expertise are critical components of a growing Saskatchewan economy.

On the fast track

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

Reaching our full potential

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

Learning beyond the classroom

FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: 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.

Like father, like son

Alumnus Murray Hunter (BE’59 Civil) has established a $1 million scholarship fund in his parents’ names to support undergraduate students in Engineering, AgBio or Education who need some financial support as they work toward their degrees.

'Dream big and set your goals'

USask Huskies student-athlete Dylan Bauman will be honoured during the Indigenous Student Achievement Awards Ceremony on March 9.

Sumner receives USask's Master Teacher Award

Dr. David Sumner (PhD) has many talents as an educator: his genuine interest in his students, his enthusiasm, his ability to teach complex subject matter, and of course his chalkboard wizardry.

Honouring Indigenous context in engineering

FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: USask Engineering believes that learning about Indigenous culture and worldviews and the importance of authentic consultation are engineering practice skills needed for the next century.

Engineering the future of energy

FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: USask Engineering researchers are exploring how to bring reliable and clean energy solutions to Saskatchewan and the world.

USask and Olds College sign agriculture and livestock research MOU

Two of Canada’s leaders in agriculture and agri-food education and applied research, Olds College and the University of Saskatchewan (USask), signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate in joint activities related to automation and increased incorporation of digital data in agriculture.