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...
Eva Sosnina is a University of Saskatchewan (USask) recipient of the prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarship, the largest science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) sch...
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.
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.
When the space reopens this fall, students will find more room for studying and collaborating.
Reducing food waste after harvest will increase availability of food in developing countries and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
USask PhD student Jocelyn Peltier-Huntley has been awarded a 2021 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
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...
Congratulations to our college's top graduates!
Dean Kresta released the following statement on May 31, 2021
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.
Heloisa Westphalen won Best Clinical Science Paper at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Life and Health Sciences Research Expo.
Engineering professor honoured at USask's annual Celebration of Teaching ceremony
Joins leadership of organization dedicated to excellence in engineering education and research
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.
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.
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...
Students present capstone design projects, competing for prize money and bragging rights
The University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering aims to deliver the most robust and effective first-year engineering program in Canada.
Ajay Dalai is the 2021 winner of the J.W. George Ivany Award for Internationalization.
A College of Engineering researcher says new funding from NSERC and Evraz could see cold-resistant steel developed more quickly.
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...
Chemical and biological engineering professor Jafar Soltan is working with PhD candidate Nazanin Charchi to develop technology that neutralizes the COVID-19 virus.
Xiaodong Liang is the new Canada Research Chair in Technology Solutions for Energy Security in Remote, North and Indigenous Communities
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...
The pandemic has driven home the point that local problems often require local solutions, USask Engineering Dean Suzanne Kresta writes in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
Huskie Athletics honours record number of athletes, trainers and managers
University of Saskatchewan Engineering was one part of the collaboration between USask and Saskatoon-based RMD Engineering Inc.
A total of five University of Saskatchewan researcher teams are partnering with industry on a wide range of projects.
This research may lead to a different way to design apps and operating systems for digital devices such as tablets, phones and computers.
The courses were approved by the USask Vice Provost's office.
New tool developed at USask to detect virus levels.
Dr. Chung is an internationally recognized expert in power system reliability, control and optimization, and development of smart grid technologies.
The new-look first year launches in fall 2021.
NSERC has provided funding for several projects.
Professor Sean Maw is among the inaugural class of fellows of the Canadian Engineering Education Association/Association Canadienne de L'Education en Genie (CEEA-ACEG).
The U of B's Benjamin Meaker Distinguished Visiting Professorship is its flagship international research partnership program.
Canada's Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) has awarded researchers across USask $10.3 million for nearly 60 wide-ranging projects.
Congratulations to our college's top graduates.
Engineering grad Evan Machibroda is one of two Huskies who planned to be at a Canadian Football League training camp this month.
Splitting the prize was a show of support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Master's student Shaunti Bergen is researching the use of fire-resistant hydraulic fluid in underground potash mines.
The synthesis gas or 'syngas' produced could be a cheaper alternative for generating heat, steam or power.
Using 3D printers, a University of Saskatchewan (USask) engineering team is designing a comfortable, reusable and sanitizable N95 class respirator mask aimed at protecting emergenc...
The award recognizes an upper-year male student-athlete “who during his entire career as a Huskie exhibited the highest qualities of sportsmanship and citizenship.”
When your college is located in Canada’s agricultural heartland – that shapes its research priorities.
Amir Rezaeivahdati, who completed his Master's degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, recently received the 2019 Outstanding Master's Thesis award from The ...
When Roy Billinton was 16, he arrived in Canada and began working with his father as an apprentice electrician. At night, he studied to get his Grade 12, so he could go on to unive...
USask engineering dean Suzanne Kresta helped spearhead a project to honour École Polytechnique victims and highlight what women have achieved as engineers in the 30 years since the...
Locally developed software helps students grasp key engineering concept
A partnership between Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering (USask Engineering) enables students to complete both a diploma and a degre...
SASKATOON - When it comes to groundwater quality, fracking receives much of the public attention but it's not the whole picture, according to hydrogeologists Grant Ferguson, who te...
SASKATOON - Eight University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded $1.3 million by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) for state-of-the-art equipment to supp...
Daniel Chen is recognized as a trailblazer in tissue engineering
University of Saskatchewan (USask) Biomedical Engineering student Adam McInnes has been awarded a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship for research that will advance regenerative med...
An artificial portable kidney that could be worn by patients with renal failure is to be created by a University of Saskatchewan (USask) research team, with federal funding.
High school students no longer need to take Calculus 30 in high school to apply to the University of Saskatchewan's (USask) College of Engineering, which is striving to attract mor...