Dr. Margaret M Brooke, BHSc'35, BA'65, PhD'71, of Victoria, BC, has posthumously been added by the City of Saskatoon to the master list of names the city draws from when naming new streets.   

Mr. Donald E Kramer, BE'48, of Regina, SK, was posthumously awarded the 2018 ABEX Community Leader of the Year award.

Dr. Harry J Moody, BE'48, MSc'50, (PhD) of Bedford, NS, was an accomplished research scientist who was known for his extensive involvement in domestic, international and military communications spacecraft programs. He died peacefully at his home in July 16, 2018.

Professor Emeritus Dr. James A Dosman, BA'59, MD'63, MA'69, of Saskatoon, SK, will be inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame on May 2, 2019.

Dr. Jim E Till, BA'52, MA'54, DSc'08, of Toronto, ON, has been chosen as the inaugural recipient of the Edogawa-Niche Prize. The international award recognizes a physician or scientist based on their contributions to interdisciplinary research leading to health-care solutions in disease prevention, diagnosis or treatment.

Professor Emeritus Jim L Blackburn, BSP'60, of Saskatoon, SK, was inducted into the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Alumni Hall of Fame for 2018.

Mr. Rand R Burlingham, BA'64, LLB'68, of Saskatoon, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Dr. Bob L Calder, BA'63, MA'65, (PhD) of Saskatoon, SK, received the Prime of Life Achievement Award on October 1, 2018 from the University of Saskatchewan Retirees Association.

Mr. Larry K Evans, BA'69, JD'72, of Port Hawkesbury, NS, has been honoured with the Distinguished Service Award for 2018 by the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society and has retired from his law practice after 45 years at EMM Law Inc. in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia.

Dr. Frank H Farley, BA'60, MA'63, (PhD) of Wyncote, PA, holds the position of L.H. Carnell Professor of Psychological Studies in Education in Temple University in Philadelphia. Dr. Farley has been elected President for The Society for Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Science, a Division of the American Psychological Association (APA). Farley is past President of the APA itself, one of but two living Canadians ever President of this, the world's largest society of psychologists.

Professor Emeritus Dr. Dennis K Gorecki, BSP'69, PhD'73, of Saskatoon, SK, was inducted into the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Alumni Hall of Fame for 2018.

Sister Teresita R Kambeitz, BA'69, BEd'69, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Justice James D. Higgins Award from the Canadian Catholic School Trustees' Association on June 9, 2018 in recognition of her outstanding contribution, enthusiasm and dedication to Catholic education in Saskatchewan and across Canada.

Mr. Russ R Lemcke, BE'62, of Falmouth, MA, was inducted into the US Curling Hall of Fame October 2018.

Dr. Bruce M McManus, BAPE'67, MD'77, of Delta, BC, was appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada (C.M.)

Mr. Jeff J Mooney, BA'66, of Vancouver, BC, was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada.

Librarian Emeritus Ian C Nelson, BA'63, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Continuing Contribution Award on October 1, 2018 from the University of Saskatchewan Retirees Association.

Dr. Lloyd G Nelson, BA'66, BEd'66, BA'68, (PhD) of Black Diamond, AB, skipped the Alberta mixed curling team to a Gold Medal at the 55+ Canada Games in Saint John, NB in the 65+ division August 20-24, 2018. The Alberta team went undefeated in the round-robin competition and won over BC in the Gold Medal game. Lloyd and his wife, Maxine (nee Lennox), who is also a USask grad live in Black Diamond, AB.

Mr. Vern J Racz, BSA'68, MSc'71, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Prime of Life Achievement Award on October 1, 2018 from the University of Saskatchewan Retiree's Association.

Mr. Bill D Wilson, BSP'69, of Burlington, ON, was inducted into the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Alumni Hall of Fame for 2018.

Dr. Robert J Young, BA'63, MA'65, (PhD) of Winnipeg, MB, published his first novel, Another Spy for Paris (Signature Editions, 2018).

Mr. Lawrence Zarysky, BE'60, of Wakaw, SK, wrote a book entitled, TARNOPOL.  It was published by Zulon Press in 2015. The book covers important subjects of current interest including references to the U of O MBA, studies, findings and forward conclusions.  He intends to write a second volume. The book is available through Indigo and any Christian bookseller worldwide.

Mr. Mark J Abley, BA'75, of Point Claire, QC, has had two books published in the past year. Watch Your Tongue: What Our Everyday Sayings and Idioms Figuratively Mean appeared from Simon & Schuster in October 2018. A much more personal and heartfelt book, The Organist: Fugues, Fatherhood, and a Fragile Mind, was published by University of Regina Press in January 2019.

Dr. Neil B Bishop, BEd'70, BA'71, MA'72, (PhD) of Victoria, BC, participated in the 2016 academic conference "Anne Hébert : le centenaire", and has published his latest scholarly book chapter in Nathalie Wateyne et al., Le centenaire d'Anne Hébert [.] Approches critiques, Montréal, Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2018. He authored the chapter "Le catholicisme dans des textes [d'Anne Hébert] peu connus".

Dr. Robert D Brown, BSc'79, (PhD) of Bryan, TX, has been elected University Professor Emeritus by the University of Guelph in June 2018.

Ms. Shelley A Brown, BComm'78, of Saskatoon, SK, has been appointed a Member of the Order of Canada.

Mr. Eric H Cline, BA'76, LLB'79, of Saskatoon, SK, was honoured by the Saskatoon Family YMCA at the 2018 National Philanthropy Day on November 15, 2018.

Dr. John M Conly, MD'78, of Calgary, AB, was appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada (C.M.) on June 29, 2018. John Conly is a pioneer in the areas of antimicrobial resistance and infection prevention and control. A Professor at the University of Calgary, he has served on multiple committees to establish national guidelines that minimize the risk of transmission of hospital-acquired infections. Notably, he was the founder of Ward of the 21st Century, a multidisciplinary initiative focused on healthcare innovations to improve the quality of care in healthcare systems. A dedicated leader and mentor, he is sought internationally for his expert advice and far-reaching influence.

Chief Justice Deborah E Fry, BSN'73, JD'80, of St. John's, NL, was appointed Chief Justice of Newfoundland and Labrador on June 22, 2018.

Mr. Milo J Grimsrud, AGRIC'77, BSA'96, of Langford, BC, completed a Masters in Public Administration at the University of Regina in 2013 and retired from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, Policy Branch in June 2017. Grimsrud has moved to Langford, BC and plans to continue to travel the world.

Mr. Randy L Hanson, BE'77, of Saskatoon, SK, has been appointed the president and CEO of International Road Dynamics Inc. effective July 12, 2018.

Dr. Warren N Huber, MD'70, of Humboldt, SK, is the recipient of the 2018 Saskatchewan Family Physician of the Year award from the Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians.

Dr. James R Kirkpatrick, BSc'78, MD'84, of Victoria, BC, has managed the care of adolescents and adults with eating disorders in private practice, community-based eating disorder programs, and hospitals for over 30 years. He is a clinical assistant professor at the University of British Columbia, a member of the Academy for Eating Disorders, and a member of the World Health Organization's Global Clinical Practice Network. His latest book, Taking a Detailed Eating Disorder History--A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians, was published this fall by Routledge. In 2015, he was also awarded a BC Community Achievement Award for his work in eating disorders.

Dr. Lynn L Kirkpatrick, BSP'78, PhD'81, of La Jolla, CA, has been inducted into the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Alumni Hall of Fame for 2018.

Ms. Gail J Krawetz, BA'77, BEd'77, of Invermay, SK, has published her first book, Risk & Reward, The Birth & Meteoric Rise of the Saskatchewan Party in November 2017.

Mr. Ken G Linnen, BE'72, of Regina, SK, was honoured by The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies - Saskatchewan (ACEC-SK) as the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Lieutenant Governor Meritorious Achievement Award at their annual Awards of Distinction on November 20, 2018 in Saskatoon, SK.

Mr. John E McFadyen, BA'74, of Regina, SK, is a recipient of the 2018 Saskatchewan Protective Services medal.

Professor Emerita Rose R Olfert, BA'71, ARTS'72, MSc'76, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Continuing Contribution Award on October 1, 2018 from the University of Saskatchewan Retirees Association.

Mr. Justice Brian J Scherman, BA'72, JD'72, of Saskatoon, SK, has been appointed a Deputy Judge of Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories.

Ms. Sandra A Semchuk, BFA'70, of Vancouver, BC, published a book entitled The Stories Were Not Told, Canada's First World War Internment Camps.  It will be available in 2019.  She is also the recipient of the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts for 2018.

Mr. Gerald G Tegart, BE'73, JD'76, of Regina, SK, was elected vice president of the Law Society of Saskatchewan on December 6, 2018.

Professor Emeritus Dr. Bill A Waiser, MA'76, PhD'83, DLitt'10, of Saskatoon, SK, has been awarded the J. B. Tyrrell Historical Medal by the Royal Society of Canada and the 2018 Governor General's History Award for Popular Media:  The Pierre Berton Award.

Ms. Leslie G Belloc-Pinder, JD'84, BA'87, of Saskatoon, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Dr. Doris L Bergen, BA'82, (PhD) of Toronto, ON, was named a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada on September 11, 2018.

Dr. Richard J Bigsby, MD'86, of Saskatoon, SK, was the 2018 recipient of the Department of Surgery Golden Scalpel Award for Pre-clerkship Education from the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.  This award is presented annually to faculty member demonstrating the highest level of teaching excellence as acclaimed by the surgical residents.

Mr. Daryl B Bode, BA'85, JD'90, of Yorkton, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Ms. Patricia M Chuey, BSNT'89, MSc'94, of Lantzville, BC, has been inducted into the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Alumni Hall of Fame for 2018.

Mr. Glen W Dowling, LLB'82, of Regina, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Ms. Cheryl L Gamble, BA'82, of Moose Jaw, SK, earned a Master's of Public Policy Analysis in 2014 and Master of Public Administration in 2017 through Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina. In the spring 2018, she retired after 34 years with the Government of Saskatchewan. She resides in Moose Jaw, SK with her husband, Joe, and three Shih Tzu.

Ms. Aldis A Gislason, BEd'87, of Calgary, AB, received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan in 1987 and taught in Saskatchewan until 1989. Gislason then moved to Alberta and taught there until 1994. She had her one and only child in 1998 and recently moved to Calgary, Alta. Gislason is now a music instructor with a local music store. Over the years she have kept up with her music background by being involved in musical theater, playing piano with a musical trio, and performing both solo and in groups at a variety of venues and events.

Madam Justice Brenda R Hildebrandt, LLB'83, BA'84, of Saskatoon, SK, has been appointed a judge of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan.

Madam Justice Elizabeth A Hughes, BA'81, LLB'81, of Calgary, AB, has been appointed a Justice of the Court of Appeal of Alberta.

Mr. Denis P Laclare, BEd'88, has been employed for the past 30 years by a non-profit, and furthered his education with an MA'97 and a PhD'18 in Intercultural Education. Laclare also teaches education and history courses as an adjunct faculty at Fresno Pacific University, Bakersfield, California campus, where he resides.

Dr. Lisa M Lix, BSHEC'88, (PhD) of Winnipeg, MB, has been awarded a Tier I Canada Research Chair in Methods for Electronic Health Data Quality. This seven-year chair was announced by the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, at the University of Manitoba in 2018. Dr. Lix is a Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, at the University of Manitoba.

Mr. Walter J Matkowski, BA'86, LLB'86, of Saskatoon, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Ms. Sandra L Maxwell, BA'80, LSc'04, of Saskatoon, SK, is the recipient of the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award from YWCA Saskatoon.

Mr. Jim M McDonald, BA'85, of Saskatoon, SK, was elected Vice Chair - Workforce Development for the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) in June 2018. In this role Jim retained his position on CUTA's Board of Directors and became a member of the Executive Committee. CUTA is Canada's voice for public transit and integrated mobility.

Mr. Mike P Morris, LLB'84, of Regina, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Mr. Keith K Nutting, BE'87, of Castor Bay, Auckland, has been appointed president of Startec Compression & Process.

Ms. Elizabeth E Philips, BA'85, of Saskatoon, SK, has been named the Saskatoon Public Library's Writer in Residence.

Madam Justice Charlene M Richmond, BA'85, LLB'88, of Regina, SK, has been appointed a judge of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan.

Mr. Cameron B Swan, BSA'89, of Regina, SK, has been appointed as the Deputy Minister to the Premier.

Minister Gordon S Wyant, BA'85, LLB'86, of Regina, SK, became the Minister Responsible for SaskBuilds on August 15, 2018.

Ms. Joni V Avram, LLB'91, of Calgary, AB, was accepted to the Executive Masters of Behavioral Science program at the London School of Economics. Avram will graduate in 2020.

Mr. Brad E Berg, BComm'91, LLB'92, of Toronto, ON, was awarded the Together Towards Zero award (along with his husband Brian Rolfes, LLB'91) for longstanding service for the Aids Committee of Toronto (ACT).

Professor Emeritus Eli Bornstein, DLET'90, of Corman Park, SK, was appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada (C.M.) on June 29, 2018.

Lieutenant Colonel Colin S Coakwell, BE'98, is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Canadian Air Force, and recently took command of 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron which operates the CH147F Chinook helicopter in Petawawa, ON. After graduating from electrical engineering in 1998, Coakwell continued with his career as an RCAF pilot. Over his career he has been posted to 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron in Edmonton, AB and 403 Helicopter Operational Training Squadron in Gagetown, NB. Coakwell has also completed staff tours at National Defense Headquarters in Ottawa, ON, at the Canadian Forces College in Toronto, ON and at two Canadian Air Division Headquarters in Winnipeg, MB. Throughout his flying career, he has flown the CH146 Griffon helicopter (including a deployment to Bosnia) and the CH147D Chinook helicopter on deployment in Afghanistan.

Ms. Joy N Crawford, BComm'93, of Saskatoon, SK, was re-appointed to the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors on April 21, 2018.  Crawford's second three year term will commence July 1, 2018.

Mr. Sam C Farris, BE'97, MSc'99, of Regina, SK, was appointed president of K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) Inc. on July 1, 2018.

Ms. Sandra L Gordon, BSc'94, MSc'96, of Malmo, SKÅNE, has been named staff scientist at Copenhagen University in the new High Throughput Translational Hematology laboratory. This year for the 2018 Swedish Roller Derby Championships, Gordon was chosen to be the head referee for the gold medal game. This game was live broadcast on Swedish national TV (SVT) and is available for online viewing via SVTPlay.

Mr. Mark E Hillenbrand, BA'97, LLB'97, of Edmonton, AB, has published his first book, Fields and Fencelines: Stories of life on a Family Farm, a memoir of his childhood on the family farm south of Shellbrook, Saskatchewan.

Mr. Thomas F Isaac, LLM'93, of Vancouver, BC, has been named on the nation's "Top 25 Most Influential" lawyers by Canadian Lawyer.

Mr. Keith D Kilback, BA'90, JD'94, of Regina, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Dr. Colin P Laroque, BSc'93, of Saskatoon, SK, is the recipient of the 2018 Geosciences Undergraduate Research Mentor award from the U.S. Council on Undergraduate Research.

Judge Erin M Layton, BA'95, LLB'00, of La Ronge, SK, has been appointed as a judge to the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan is a recipient of the 2018 Premier's Award for Excellence in the Public Service.

Dr. Morris Markentin, MD'96, of Saskatoon, SK, is the recipient of the 2018 CFPC Award of Excellence from the Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians.

Mr. David A McHattie, BA'92, ARTS'92, of Calgary, AB, was elected for a two-year term as chair of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Canada's oldest and one of its most influential business associations, on November 8, 2018. In addition to this position, McHattie was also elected on November 1, 2018 as a vice chair of the Petroleum Services Association of Canada. He resides in Calgary and is employed as vice president Institutional Relations for Tenaris Canada, one of the world's leading steel companies.

Colonel (Retd) Scott A McLeod, MD'93, of Sherwood Park, AB, is the 2018 recipient of The Calvin L. Gutkin Family Medicine Ambassador Award as awarded by the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Mr. Jason L Mewis, BE'95, of Saskatoon, SK, is the recipient of the 2017/2018 SES Engineer of the Year Award.

Dr. Dwight G Newman, JD'99, of Saskatoon, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Ms. Ronalda A Nordal, LLB'98, of Regina, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Ms. Melinda Park, BComm'91, of Calgary, AB, was selected as Chair of the Board of Governors at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) on December 13, 2018.  This is a 3 year appointment.

Mr. Greg P Porter, BUSADM'95, of Saskatoon, SK, was honoured by the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation, along with his spouse, Patty Kirk-Porter, at the 2018 National Philanthropy Day on November 15, 2018.

Mr. Brian J Rolfes, LLB'91, of Toronto, ON, was named #17 on the Financial Times of London OUTstanding LGBTQ Role Models globally in their annual publication in October 2018.  Rolfes was also awarded the Board of Directors Leadership Award by the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto. Finally, Rolfes was given the Together Towards Zero award (along with his husband Brad Berg, BComm'91, LLB'92) for longstanding service for the Aids Committee of Toronto (ACT).

Dr. Carey J Simonson, BE'91, MSc'83, PhD'98, of Corman Park, SK, has been recognized by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies as one of the top 11 graduate student mentors in Canada for 2018. Simonson is committed to mentoring graduate students to high standards of technical excellence, developing mutual respect in a truly collaborative intellectual partnership, and takes personal investment in the growth of his students. Professor Simonson provides all of us with an example that is inspiring, and which inspires his students to reach for their own highest truth.

Mr. Ian D Sutherland, MBA'97, of Saskatoon, SK, was honoured with the AFP Saskatoon Chapter Honoured Supporter Award at the 2018 National Philanthropy Day on November 15, 2018.

Ms. Janice N Tranberg, BSA'94, MSc'98, of Saskatoon, SK, is the new president and CEO of the National Cattle Feeders' Association (NCFA) and the Alberta Cattle Feeders' Association (ACFA).

Mr. Ben K Voss, BE'99, of Saskatoon, SK, was honoured by STARS air ambulance at the 2018 National Philanthropy Day on November 15, 2018.

Mr. Mark N Zenuk, BSA'90, of South Lake, TX, has been appointed to the board of directors for Bunge Limited effective July 17, 2018.

Ms. Ivy A Armstrong, BMUSED'08, BEd'08, BA'09, PDC'10, MEDUC'14, of Saskatoon, SK, was awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration in October 2018 for 12 years of service to the Canadian Armed Forces, where she is a Cadet Instructor Cadre Officer.

Ms. Jennifer L Bain, BComm'00, of Saskatoon, SK, was honoured by READ Saskatoon at the National Philanthropy Day on November 15, 2018.

Mr. Nicholas M Cann, LLB'04, of Regina, SK, has been honoured with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation for 2018.

Mr. Yang Chen, BSA'07, MBA'12, of Saskatoon, SK, is a 2018 CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 winner.

Mr. Kurt A Dahl, BComm'04, LLB'05, LLM'09, of Saskatoon, SK, was featured in an issue of Canadian Lawyer for his contributions to entertainment.

Ms. Patricia L Farnese, LLB'01, of Saskatoon, SK, has been appointed to the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal.

Dr. Maud Ferrari, PhD'09, of Saskatoon, SK, has been named as a member of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists by the Royal Society of Canada.

Mr. Dale V Gross, BSc'02, MSc'05, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Alexander and Jean Auckland Post-graduate Award in Agriculture.

Mr. Cameron J Kemp, LLB'03, of Medicine Hat, AB, has been elected to the national board of directors for Kin Canada for 2018/2019.

Mr. David J Kolla, BA'05, of Saskatoon, SK, has been honoured by the Canadian Cancer Society for his continued commitment to fundraising at the 2018 National Philanthropy Day on November 15, 2018.

Ms. Haylie A Lashta, BSKI'09, MPT'11, of Saskatoon, SK, was the recipient of the 2018 ABEX Young Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Dr. Sarah M Miller, BSc'09, BA'11, MD'14, of Saskatoon, SK, was the 2018 recipient of the Department of Surgery Bronze Shovel Award from the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.  This award is presented annually to the resident with the most outstanding contribution to surgical education.

Ms. Karen E Mosier, BA'00, MSc'04, of Saskatoon, SK, was the recipient of the Canadian Association of Research Administrators 2018 Dan Chase Distinguished Service Award - Priority Initiatives. The award was presented at the CARA national conference in Ottawa in May.

Ms. Ashley M Smith, LLB'07, of Saskatoon, SK, has been chosen as a 2018 Lexpert Rising Star, which honors Canada's leading lawyers under 40.

Professor Emeritus Henry Woolf, LLD'01, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Prime of Life Achievement Award on October 1, 2018 from the University of Saskatchewan Retirees Association.

Ms. Stephanie Yong, BA'01, MBA'10, of Saskatoon, SK, is a 2018 CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 winner.

Mr. Nathan G Bell, DIPAGB'17, of Drumheller, AB, received the Ron Gallaway Scholarship from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan on November 1, 2018.

Ms. Kayla S Brien, BA'12, BA'13, of Saskatoon, SK, is a 2018 CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 winner.

Ms. Sara M Doerksen, BSA'16, of Moose Jaw, SK, received the R. P. Knowles Scholarship from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan in fall 2018.

Mr. Gazali Issah, MSc'14, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Agros Class of '43 60th Anniversary Award and the Barbara and Frank Pavelich Post-graduate Scholarship in Soil Science at the fall 2018 convocation.

Mr. Nicholas C Kaminski, BE'13, of Saskatoon, SK, is the recipient  of the 2018 Association of Consulting Engineering Companies - Saskatchewan (ACEC-SK) Young Professional Award on November 20, 2018.

Ms. Kaitlyn D Klutz, BSA'16, of Saskatoon, SK, received the R. P. Knowles Scholarship from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan in fall 2018.

Mr. Kyle K Montgomery, DIPAGR'18, of Morrin, AB, received the Charles C. Cook Student Leadership Award, the Russell Fisher Scholarship and Walter Scott Scholarship at the fall 2018 convocation.

Mr. Karsten M Nielsen, BSA'15, of Clavet, SK, received the R. P. Knowles Scholarship from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan in fall 2018.

Mr. Jesse C Reimer, BSA'17, of Saskatoon, SK, received the S. N. Horner Graduate Scholarship in Agriculture on November 1, 2018.

Ms. Yan Ran Tang, BSA'18, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Andjelic Land Graduate Award in Agricultural Research at the fall 2018 convocation.

Ms. Claire M Thomson, BA'12, MA'15, of Rockglen, SK, has been awarded a 2018 J.H. Stewart Reid Memorial Fellowship by the CAUT. Thomson is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of History at the University of Alberta.

Mr. Matthew C Walliser, BSc'13, BSP'15, of Estevan, SK, is the recipient of the 2018 Preceptor of the Year award from the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy and Nutrition for his efforts to mentor pharmacy student Alexis Dryden.

Ms. Dakota Wightman, BSA'15, of Saskatoon, SK, received the Alexander Malcom Shaw Memorial Graduate Scholarship at the fall 2018 convocation.

Dr. Jamie L Willems, BSc'13, PhD'17, of Waldheim, SK, received the Molson Canada Postgraduate Achievement Award on November 1, 2018.

Ms. Caroline H Brown, BSA'15, of Calgary, AB, received the R. P. Knowles Scholarship from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan in fall 2018.