USask adopts three new pillars to add to a solid foundation
COVID-19 pandemic opened the floodgates of productivity for painter Marie Lannoo
USask alum aids development of Canada’s first oral COVID-19 antiviral
Community-led change at the heart of new USask energy security program
Mentorship program gives a running start for JSGS students
USask alumna travels to war-torn Ukraine to support civilians
Three former USask athletes have one thing in common — records that probably won’t be broken for a long time. Basketball forward Sarah Crooks, soccer keeper Samantha Simpson and fo...
For the first time in more than two years, our USask alumni and supporters finally came together again on Sept. 9 to celebrate Homecoming 2022.
The legacy of a conservationist lives on through her $2.3-million gift and allows USask researchers and students to soar.
When everyone was told to stay home, they were putting on their masks. Deemed essential and tasked with the daunting responsibility of keeping their community safe, USask alumni he...
The absence of a competitive season left a giant hole for Huskie athletes and Huskie supporters across campus and the community in 2020.
Ronald and Mary Dyck Memorial Award allows student to reach full potential
The racism Lua Gibb (LLB'05) endured as a young girl set a fire in her belly. She vowed to stand up for Indigenous people so no other little girls would endure the same prejudice s...
USask's VIDO emerges as Canada's leader in vaccine development
With the world cooped up in their homes this past year, many people turned to podcasts to curb the quiet loneliness and negative impacts of isolation. Here are three alumni-hosted ...
The Canadian Light Source (CLS), which sits on the eastern edge of the campus at the University of Saskatchewan, is a highly sought-after advanced research tool used by groundbreak...
USask has been a world-leading university for years. It's time to let the world know about it.
As many companies and organizations closed their doors in March 2020, a large portion of the population headed from the boardroom to their home offices, including faculty and staff...
Chief Darcy Bear (BUSADM’09, DDL’14) leads the Whitecap Dakota First Nation into prosperity.
Pela phone cases are one of the only cases in the world that are compostable. The innovative invention came from USask’s own Jeremy Lang (BSA’00), a graduate who has a thirst for p...
Fang-Chai (Jackie) Cheng (MEDU’15) cares about providing mental health services for all.
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Calgary Hub is designed to be an innovative gathering space for Calgary alumni and community members.
Katie and Aaron Suek are restoring 71 acres of their property into its natural state.
COVID-19 won’t get in the way of celebrating Remembrance Day for USask grad
The University of Saskatchewan’s war memorials are a daily reminder of our campus connection to Canadian veterans.
Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth a role of a lifetime for Lisa Broda
Leah Arcand works tirelessly to advocate for free-roaming dogs.
At a time when the world was saturated with misinformation, a USask alumna took it upon herself to set the record straight.
Anthony Bidulka (BA’83, BEd’91, BComm’91) brings his vast and varied expertise to the USask Alumni Advisory Board. We sat down with the board’s newest member to ask him a little ab...
Even as a child, Dr. Adeola Olubamiji (PhD’17) saw her future in physics. Now she’s guiding others to reach their academic goals.
Over the course of COVID-19, we’ve been sharing stories of USask alumni who are persevering. USask alumni-owned Parkerview Brews recently expanded their products into conventio...
Tina Varughese (BA’90, BComm’93) has made a career making people comfortable getting uncomfortable.
While people around the world were rocked when COVID-19 took over our lives this year, Ann Cook (BSc’88, BEd’89, MEduc’09) was already in her comfort zone.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit Saskatchewan, Jason Tratch (BSC’95, BSA’98) knew he had to move quickly.
There are some aspects of Chris Unworth’s (DIPAGB'12) background that still resonate today.
Danno Peters (BE’19) put his skills to the ultimate test by developing ear savers and face shields for frontline workers.
Murad Al-Katib (BComm’94) took his USask degree to the world stage
Oneiro owner talks creativity and pursuing your passions
Ex-Huskie Adrianne Vangool (BSKI'08, MPT'10) relied on her experience as a student-athlete to get her through her most trying times as a business owner.
When Suellen Beatty (BSN’78,MSC’87) and her senior team shut the doors to Saskatoon’s Sherbrooke Community Care Centre and Central Haven Special Care Home on March 15, 2020, she ha...
Kelly Taylor (BEd’04) won’t let a pandemic disrupt the inroads he’s made in the comedy world.
USask-trained dentist takes his training and his tools to Central and South America
Indigenous educator uses IT to get into remote classrooms
App firm attracts international attention
Carmen Hamm makes giving back a key priority for Taste Restaurant Group
USask still feels like home for Lebanon’s energy minister
USask alumni works to understand human immunology amid crisis
Troy Parchman the unsung hero for Chicago Blackhawks
Super senior teacher Sophie Foster reflects on her time in education
Improving end-of-life care for people experiencing homelessness
Justin Wiebe is forging a new path for Indigenous youth in Canada
USask helped Cyprian Enweani chase his Olympic dream
Technology brings better treatment for patients, lower costs for health care
Shane Olson pioneered rubber recycling 26 years ago while working nights to feed his family. Today, his company is working with Nike.
USask roots run deep for Riders medical staff.
Shaina Lynden finds meaning through community-minded work.
Netmaker (BA’11, BEd’11) finds success on a road less travelled.
Merlis Belsher Place's first year of operation a success
In 2013, Ruth Aschim—along with 99.9 per cent of the population—was unaware wild pigs were roaming rural Canada.
When Bernice Rahm (BE’97) looks at the night sky in search of Mars, it gets personal.
The Green & White asked three top USask researchers to recall that special eureka moment when they knew where their career path was taking them.
With Marta Erlandson
Q&A with Grit McCreath
With Carrie Lambden
USask art alumni embody courageous curiosity
Athlete Era: an app for athletes, parents and coaches
Harold Orr (BE’59, MSC’63) looks back on his work designing the famed Saskatchewan Conservation House (SCH) with a mix of pride and disappointment, but still with a dash of hopeful...
There’s great opportunity to further Indigenous agriculture in Saskatchewan. As much as four million acres of reserve lands, much of it suitable for agriculture, are located in Tre...
“I witnessed history that day."
With Reggie Nyamekye
Chief Evan Taypotat (BEd’05) did not become a leader on his home reserve of Kahkewistahaw First Nation by chance.
Menus boasting local produce have become the ideal for many restaurants around the world. When you think of a farm-to-table product, a plate full of plant-based proteins, organical...
When Andrew Arruda (JD’14) graduated from the College of Law in 2014, he knew exactly what he wanted to do and where he wanted to go… until he received that phone call.
Saskatchewan athletes are getting the leg upon their competitors, thanks to an innovative sport science and health centre that opened in Merlis Belsher Place.
More than 2,000 cases of HIV were reported in Saskatchewan between 1985 and 2016, making it the province with the highest rate of HIV in Canada. USask alumni are determined to ...
By fusing together chemistry, biology, medicine, sustainability and business, Dr. Monique Simair (BSc’04, PhD’09) is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to collaborative ways of thi...
USask is part of a collaborative supercluster that will put Canada on the world stage through innovative plant-based protein development.
Mover and shaker: Thomas Lavergne
With Devon Fiddler
Providing care in response to tragedy
USask alumni fight to keep Indigenous culture alive for the next generation.
Heather Kuttai (BA'94, MSC’09) was only six years old when a car accident took away her ability to walk.
In Saskatchewan, women have always played a vital role in farming. For some immigrant women, this meant pulling the plow alongside their husbands and children. For others, it me...
When the crisis of cancer struck Amy Smith-Morris (BSP ’10), she seized an opportunity—to give voice to the hopes and fears of women her age fighting the disease.
MOVER AND SHAKER: ZOEY ROY
ALUMNI ADVICE WITH CONRAD NEUFELDT
Universities are needed now more than they have ever been, and that is certainly true for the University of Saskatchewan. To be a university for the future, it is incumbent upon us...
While 3,700 students crossed the stage at TCU Place this past Spring to receive their degrees at convocation from June 4-7, every U of S graduate has their own unique story. Here’s...
Ken Ready (LLB’76) has had a fulfilling career as one of the top lawyers in Canada over the past several decades. He has been recognized with many awards and accolades, including t...
Their legacies are incomparable, their stories impactful and their influence unwavering. From a legendary athlete to an international research expert, a philanthropic pair of docto...
Long days, long nights, deadlines, events, interviews. For some it sounds overwhelming, but for Devin Heroux (BA’09), he found the electricity at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South ...
Dr. Charles Simpson (MD’71) is a Saskatoon-based obstetrician and gynecologist. Retired from clinical practice, he continues to teach as a clinical professor in the Department of O...
Children born today will never know the struggle of hearing that classic dial tone and waiting 10 minutes to (finally) connect to the Internet. Today, it’s readily available and vi...
U of S alumni are planting new flags for LGBTQ advocacy
A young man’s thirst for adventure brought Don Poon from Hong Kong to Canada in the 1970s. A welcoming community of friends and colleagues soon convinced him to call Saskatoon home...