Jamieson wins SOPD public speaking competition
The competition is open to students who have completed the Rhetorical Communication (RCM) 200 or 300 class at the Graham School of Professional Development.
Engineering physics student wins prestigious McCall MacBain Scholarship
USask Engineering student Minh Au is one of 20 Canadian recipients of the McCall MacBain Scholarship.
Feldman appointed to prominent industry committee
Feldman, a civil engineering professor at USask Engineering, was appointed to the Technical Activities Committee of the 30,000-member American Concrete Institute.
USask team studies effects of sweeping in curling
The final report by the USask team studying the effects of sweeping on curling rocks will be published in 2024.
Top capstone teams compete at design showcase
The Undergraduate Design Showcase, presented by the Saskatoon Engineering Society, highlights top student design projects from USask Engineering.
Working hard to achieve success
Speiser wins 2023 USask Indigenous Student Achievement Award
Via the StarPhoenix: Farmer leaving it all on the track
Farmer, who graduated with her chemical engineering degree in 2022, won two major Canada West awards as she wraps up her final year of U Sports eligibility.
'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.
Feeding the petroleum industry with plant-based fuel additives
Young Innovators: Biofuel acts the same way as fossil fuel but is instead solely made of plant-based materials, which are more easily generated in nature.
Meet your 2023 CJ Mackenzie Gala emcees!
Get to know Allison Grajczyk-Jelinski and Dylan Bauman, who will emcee the 46th Annual C.J. Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence.
Zapping brain cancer with long needles opens door to new treatments: USask research
USask researchers say a safer and more effective cancer treatment may be clinically possible.
USask research finds zapped, infrared heated lentils more nutritious and 'greener' to process
By changing how lentils are processed, a USask research team was able to substantially improve how easily the lentils could be digested.
Didani awarded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship
The prestigious Vanier Canada scholarship is valued at $150,000 over three years.
Distinguished Researcher seeks sustainable solutions to meet world energy demands
Ajay Dalai was recognized as Distinguished Researcher by the University of Saskatchewan.
USask Engineering grad student explores using wastepaper as fuel for energy, heat
Using wastepaper as fuel for a waste-to-energy facility could be a viable option to recycling or landfilling, according to Jordan Wicks' research.
Boulder map highlights hidden gems on USask campus
Updated map outlines three different routes to see a variety of boulders.
Abdelrasoul honoured with two research awards
USask Engineering professor's work has led to groundbreaking advances in hemodialysis membrane science and technology.
Meda named SES 2022 Educator of the Year
Students rank professor highly for delivering relevant and impactful material.
Student entrepreneurs ready to showcase their startups
USask students in the SIGMA program will pitch their companies at the program's 'Demo Day.'
Soltan appointed USask Engineering’s Associate Dean Research and Partnerships
Dr. Jafar Soltan (PhD) has been appointed Associate Dean Research and Partnerships at the University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering (USask Engineering).
Canada Research Chair aims to create shift in engineering culture
Assistant professor Lori Bradford's goal is for future engineers to address social and cultural impacts equally with environmental and economic ones.
USask Engineering announces leadership appointments
The University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering is pleased to share two new appointments to its leadership team.
USask Engineering student groups hit spring competitions
Teams proudly represented USask Engineering in several competitions this spring.
Specialized communication certificates shorter, more flexible
Three new specialized communication certificates are replacing the previous Certificate in Professional Communication (CPC).
8 things to know about the Engineering Co-op Internship program
FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: USask launched its new Engineering Co-op Internship Program in September 2020.
McWalter honoured with Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching
Emily McWalter is an innovative teacher who seizes every opportunity to enhance her teaching, say her nominators.
Chung elected a fellow to the Canadian Academy of Engineering
Professor Tony (C.Y.) Chung was one of 47 new fellows elected.
USask Engineering Spring 2022 Convocation Award Winners
Congratulations to our college's top graduates!
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 chalkbo...
USask Engineering faculty recognized with USask awards
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Staff and Faculty Awards recognize individuals who exemplify USask's commitment to be the university the world needs.
Beneteau wins award for promoting diversity and inclusion in mining
Assistant professor Donna Beneteau is passionate about outreach and public education.
Olmsted wins SOPD public speaking competition
The competition is open to students who have completed the Rhetorical Communication (RCM) 200 class at the Graham School of Professional Development.
Practically changing the world
USask alumnus Dennis Whyte (BE’86) is leading efforts at MIT to make clean, economical fusion energy a reality.
USask Engineering students win Indigenous Achievement Awards
Deserae Goodhand and Nevan Parsley were recognized for their academic achievement.
Engineering grad Dennis Whyte wins USask Alumni Achievement Award
Whyte (BE'86 Engineering Physics) has spent his career pursuing the production of fusion energy.
Liang's energy research is charting a new direction in Canada
Xiaodong Liang is the Canada Research Chair in Technology Solutions for Energy Security in Remote, North and Indigenous Communities. It’s the first chair of its kind in Canada.
Odeshi always ready to reach out
“Someone has to break the barrier,” says USask Engineering’s new associate dean academic.
Stadnyk wants engineering students to think about who they will be
As the distinguished lecturer at the 2022 C.J. Mackenzie Gala, Myron Stadnyk will share what he learned when he asked himself, "Who will I be?"
From textbooks to hands-on learning
FROM THE DECEMBER 2021 THOROUGH MAGAZINE: Machinist turned mechanical engineering student creates lab kits that bring textbooks to life.
Class of '68 Mechanical forges 50 years of memories
FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: USask Engineering grads value the friendships they've built over five decades of reunions.
"The future of engineering holds remarkable opportunities"
FROM THOROUGH MAGAZINE: USask Engineering Dean Suzanne Kresta looks ahead to 2022.
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 skill...
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.
What's in the water? USask Engineering grad student explores contaminants in Saskatoon stormwater and snowmelt
"Stormwater can be as polluted as untreated wastewater or sewage when it enters our natural water bodies," said Hayley Popick.
Winter term 2022 update - USask Engineering details
Further information about delivery of courses, research, and other College of Engineering work and activities
Alumni gather in Calgary and Saskatoon
Luncheons feature "Engineers the World Needs" alumni panels
USask Engineering initiatives win innovation awards
Projects led by faculty members Tate Cao and Seok-Bum Ko were recognized at the Science, Technology, Innovation and Collaboration (STIC) Awards in Saskatoon.
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 (...
Meet the RE-ENGINEERED instructional team
With our RE-ENGINEERED first-year program now launched this fall, USask Engineering is proud to introduce the program's six-person team of instructors.
USask Engineering hosts accreditation visit
The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) conducted its review virtually from Oct. 31 - Nov. 2.
USask researcher participates in national water survey as part of oil sands research
SASKATOON - Scientists are studying ways for plants and their associated microbes to clean up wastewater from oil sands operations.
USask Engineering grads students place third in AquaHacking Challenge
Students' ECOWATER project explores optimization of wastewater treatment plants.
Engineering students celebrate milestone in their degrees
USask Engineering officially inducted its second- and third-year students to their chosen disciplines at the annual Hard Hat Ceremony.
Alumni Ron and Jane Graham's $5.9 million gift supports Engineering, VIDO and more at USask
The University of Saskatchewan’s most generous alumni, Ron and Jane Graham, are supporting the College of Engineering, Huskie Athletics, the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organiza...
2021 Schulich Leader begins studies in College of Engineering
Eva Sosnina is a University of Saskatchewan (USask) recipient of the prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarship, the largest science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) sch...
Deep water: researchers find more below than previously thought
Examination of deep groundwater reservoirs has implications for a wide array of challenges, including the search for life on Mars and understanding the origins of life on Earth.
Looking ahead with Dean Suzanne Kresta
We spent a few minutes with Dean Kresta reflecting on key accomplishments since her arrival in 2018 and looking forward to what's next.
USask Engineering answers the call
College of Engineering shows it's ready to step up and collaborate - at every level - with an industry partner.
New first-year program is re-engineered for student success
Featured in the latest issue of Thorough magazine: The University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering is seeking to create the most effective first-year program in Canada.
New look, new purpose for Engineering Library space
When the space reopens this fall, students will find more room for studying and collaborating.
Yufeng Wang is building success in Saskatoon
Yufeng Wang came to USask as a scholar and emerged as a ground-breaking developer.
USask Engineering researcher developing technology that slows spoilage of fruits and vegetables
Reducing food waste after harvest will increase availability of food in developing countries and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Engineer lands prestigious scholarship to study gender discrimination in mining
USask PhD student Jocelyn Peltier-Huntley has been awarded a 2021 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
A time for reflection
Dean Suzanne Kresta's message to faculty, staff and students in the University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering before Canada Day 2021.
Mapiour receives University Staff Excellence Award
The award recognizes staff members who have achieved excellence while demonstrating dedication and commitment to the university's Mission, Vision and Values and support of the Univ...
USask Engineering Spring 2021 Graduation Award Winners
Congratulations to our college's top graduates!
Rohel finds dual degree best of both worlds
After discovering his aptitude for math and physics in high school, Remington Rohel was up for the challenge of earning a university degree in engineering physics.
Statement from Dean Kresta about burial site found at former Kamloops Residential School
Dean Kresta released the following statement on May 31, 2021
First plans announced for fall teaching and learning at USask Engineering
College leadership has shared the first steps in planning for the reopening of the College of Engineering, in alignment with easing of public health restrictions.
USask Engineering PhD candidate wins best paper award
Heloisa Westphalen won Best Clinical Science Paper at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Life and Health Sciences Research Expo.
Peace earns recognition for safety leadership
Rob Peace has been awarded the 2021 USask Safety Recognition Award
Frey receives Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching
Engineering professor honoured at USask's annual Celebration of Teaching ceremony
Kresta named vice-chair of Engineering Deans Canada
Joins leadership of organization dedicated to excellence in engineering education and research
USask experts get big stage to highlight groundwater threats
Groundwater is usually out of sight, out of mind, but it just made the cover of Science, one of the world’s top academic journals.
Sami receives 3M national student fellowship
Samia Sami, set to graduate this spring from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Engineering, is the recipient of a 3M National Student Fellowship.
Student-led cube satellite project draws closer to launch
A group of University of Saskatchewan (USask) students developing the province’s first cube satellite (RADSAT-SK) is getting closer to sending their project into orbit.
Mining scholarship a turning point for female engineering student
Jodi Boser decided that receiving the $12,000 Mining Futures Award from the International Minerals Innovation Institute was a sign that she should continue pursuing her engineering...
Student ingenuity on display at SES Undergraduate Design Showcase
Students present capstone design projects, competing for prize money and bragging rights
A year of adaptation, innovation and grit
March 13, 2020 was the last day of routine operation at USask Engineering and the beginning of a year unlike any other.
A passion for sustainable innovation
Electrical engineering student Samia Sami received the 2021 Global Citizen Youth Award from the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation. She has also been profiled in tw...
Via PostMedia Content Works: RE-ENGINEERED: Supporting student success
The University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering aims to deliver the most robust and effective first-year engineering program in Canada.
More funding for COVID-19 wastewater testing
A University of Saskatchewan (USask) research team has been awarded $137,392 from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) to conduct a six-month COVID-19 wastewater surveillance ...
There's more to McInnes than meets the eye
Dr. Adam McInnes (MD) isn't afraid to jump into things with both feet.
Dalai receives kudos for international collaboration
Ajay Dalai is the 2021 winner of the J.W. George Ivany Award for Internationalization.
Via the Daily Oil Bulletin: Building better steel for cold climates
A College of Engineering researcher says new funding from NSERC and Evraz could see cold-resistant steel developed more quickly.
USask's Dalai one of Canada's longest-serving CRCs
Dr. Ajay Dalai (PhD) was a petroleum engineer, early in his career at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Engineering, when he was asked to explore a new research pat...
USask engineers developing air filter to deactivate COVID-19 virus
Chemical and biological engineering professor Jafar Soltan is working with PhD candidate Nazanin Charchi to develop technology that neutralizes the COVID-19 virus.
USask Engineering researcher awarded Canada Research Chair
Xiaodong Liang is the new Canada Research Chair in Technology Solutions for Energy Security in Remote, North and Indigenous Communities
Don't overlook ventilation as a COVID safety measure: USask HVAC expert
Carey Simonson, internationally recognized for his expertise in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technology, is pleased to see that people are talking about the imp...
University innovation needed in times of crisis: Kresta op-ed
The pandemic has driven home the point that local problems often require local solutions, USask Engineering Dean Suzanne Kresta writes in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
Fifteen USask Engineering students make 2019-20 All-Academic Team
Huskie Athletics honours record number of athletes, trainers and managers
USask partners on made-in-Saskatchewan ventilator project
University of Saskatchewan Engineering was one part of the collaboration between USask and Saskatoon-based RMD Engineering Inc.
USask Engineering researchers receive NSERC funds to make food, pipelines safer
A total of five University of Saskatchewan researcher teams are partnering with industry on a wide range of projects.
New USask artificial intelligence makes 'smart' apps faster, more efficient
This research may lead to a different way to design apps and operating systems for digital devices such as tablets, phones and computers.
Overview: First-year Student Town Hall
College leaders held a question-and-answer session on Oct. 30 with first-year students in the College of Engineering.
Seven USask Engineering courses offered in Winter Term 2021 will have face-to-face component
The courses were approved by the USask Vice Provost's office.