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Fri, Jan 4 12:30 pm Veterinary Microbiology Seminars Matthew Links, PhD student, presents The chaperonin-60 universal target is a barcode for Bacteria that enables de novo assembly of metagenomic sequence data, and Amit Gaba, PhD student, presents Interaction ... Room 2105 WCVM
Fri, Jan 4 3:30 pm Geography and Planning Colloquia Kyle James and Steven Siciliano present Paving northern towns and reducing risks to humans from chemical exposure Kirk Hall Rm. 146
Wed, Jan 9 1:30 pm Murray Library Tours Tour the biggest library on campus! The Murray Library offers walking and website tours to help you learn about all of the resources and support available from the Library. Come and discover how the Murray ... Murray Library and Collaborative Learning Lab (First Floor)
Wed, Jan 9 7:00 pm Philosophy in the Community - Lecture #5 Can Evil Be Banal?

One source of controversy following Hannah Arendt's writings on Eichmann's trial was her description of the evil in Nazi Germany as 'banal' instead of 'radical' (a description ...
The Refinery (in the basement of St. James' Church). 609 Dufferin Ave., at 12th St.
Fri, Jan 11 12:30 pm Veterinary Microbiology Seminars Stacey Elmore, PhD student, presents Ecology of Toxoplasma gondii in wildlife species from northern and western Canada, and Rui Zhang, PhD student, presents Effect of Zhangei on dog cancer cells ... Room 2105 WCVM
Fri, Jan 11 2:00 pm University of Saskatchewan Amati Quartet CONCERT TIMES: 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm.

The Beethoven Cycle – Concert No. 1
Beethoven - String Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 127, (1822, 1824-25)
Beethoven -String Quartet in F major, ...
Third Avenue United Church
Fri, Jan 11 3:00 pm BPBE 990 Seminar Katarzyna Bolek, PhD Candidate
Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics
University of Saskatchewan

Will present:
Sequential Pricing Behaviour of Public Producer
Private Partnerships in Australian Wheat Breeding

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2E25 Agriculture Bldg
Fri, Jan 11 3:30 pm Geography and Planning Colloquia Prajwal Basnet presents Watershed cumulative effects assessment and management in southern Saskatchewan Kirk Hall, Room 146
Mon, Jan 14 1:30 pm Murray Library Tours Tour the biggest library on campus! The Murray Library offers walking and website tours to help you learn about all of the resources and support available from the Library. Come and discover how the Murray ... Murray Library and Collaborative Learning Lab (First Floor)
Mon, Jan 14 2:00 pm Improving the Educational Experience for Indigenous Students Jennifer Rattray is The University of Winnipeg's first Associate Vice-President of Indigenous, Government, and Community Affairs and a member of the Peepeekisis First Nation. In this capacity, Jennifer is responsible for ... Arts 241
Tue, Jan 15 12:00 am Introduction to Transportation This course starts January 15th, ends April 16, 2013.

Introduction to Transportation Participants will learn the advantages and limitations of the four modes of transportation: road, rail, air and water, ...
Room 225, Williams Building
Tue, Jan 15 12:00 pm Global Institute for Water Security Lecture - Dr. Annukka Lipponen Pan-European Landscape of Cooperation on Transboundary Waters: Main Issues and Security Implications

Presented by Dr. Annukka Lipponen, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).

Dr. Lipponen has extensive experience of international ...
Seminar Room, National Hydrology Research Centre - 11 Innovation Blvd.
Tue, Jan 15 12:00 pm Copyright and Teaching for Scientists and Engineers How does the new copyright legislation affect your teaching?

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013
12 noon
Delta Lab, 2B04 Engineering

For more information call 966-5978 or 966-1913
Delta Lab, 2B04 Engineering
Tue, Jan 15 4:00 pm U-Speak Sessions: Communicating in Canada Free workshops for International Students to develop speaking skills in English for academic settings in Canada

Session 1, January 15th - Intonation and Accent Reduction: Learn if your accent negatively affects your speaking ...
Training Room 70.4 ISSAC (International Student and Study Abroad Centre) Lower Place Riel
Wed, Jan 16 1:30 pm Murray Library Tours Tour the biggest library on campus! The Murray Library offers walking and website tours to help you learn about all of the resources and support available from the Library. Come and discover how the Murray ... Murray Library and Collaborative Learning Lab (First Floor)
Wed, Jan 16 2:30 pm Managing Your References Workshop Feeling overwhelmed with all of your citations? Attend this session and learn how to use RefWorks to save time and stay organized.

Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013
2:30 pm
Murray Library, Room 161%0...
Murray Library, Room 161
Wed, Jan 16 6:30 pm ICCC Film Series - Mad Cow Sacred Cow The Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity's film series -- Saskatchewan: We Make Good Films -- presents 'Mad Cow Sacred Cow.'

Following the film, there will be a panel discussion and ...
Broadway Theatre
Thu, Jan 17 12:00 am Cameco Spectrum 2013 Cameco Spectrum is 'North America's largest student-run exhibition of science and technology'. Every three years students in the College of Engineering put on this fantastic show. Come experience what it is like to be ... Engineering Building
Thu, Jan 17 12:00 am Advancing Public Health Nutrition Research Symposium University of Saskatchewan
Thu, Jan 17 12:00 pm the Wanderer - Exhibition and talk Artist Susan Varga will give a special gallery talk about her exhibition: the Wanderer

Varga's drawings interrogate the potential of the abstract gesture to represent physic life.

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Gordon Snelgrove Gallery
Thu, Jan 17 3:00 pm Safire - Motivational Speaker and Circus Arts Performer Safire works full-time as a self-employed circus and movement arts entertainer. She is one of the world's most renowned hula-hoop dancers and is an award-winning performer and teacher. She holds a B.F.A. ... Neatby-Timlin Theatre (Arts 241)
Fri, Jan 18 12:30 pm Veterinary Microbiology Seminar Teenus Paramel, PhD student presents: Proteomic analysis of cpn60-based subgroups of Gardnerella vaginalis, and Isha Katyal, PhD student, presents: Characterization of genomic diversity in Enterococcus hirae isolated from ... Room 2105 WCVM
Fri, Jan 18 12:30 pm JSGS/WRTC Public Lecture JSGS / WRTC Lecture Series Presents:
 
Patient Oriented Research : Challenges and Opportunities
 
Dr. Thomas Wilson, Professor, Department of Medicine and Medical Director of the Saskatoon ...
Canada Room, Diefenbaker Bldg, U of S campus
Fri, Jan 18 12:30 pm Patient Oriented Research: Challenges and Opportunities/Ethical Conduct of Research: Where and How it Fits Dr. Thomas Wilson, Professor, Department of Medicine and Medical Director of the Saskatoon Centre for Patient Oriented Research, University of Saskatchewan

and

Dr. Gordon McKay, Chair, Professor Emeritus%2...
Canada Room, Diefenbaker Building, University of Saskatchewan
Fri, Jan 18 1:00 pm Office of Outreach and Engagement Opening The U of S is hosting an open house at its Office of Outreach and Engagement at Station 20 West.

Friday, Jan. 18, 2013
1 to 2:30 pm or 3:30 to 5 pm
Station 20 West
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Station 20 West
Fri, Jan 18 3:00 pm BPBE 990 Seminar Savannah Gleim, M.Sc. Candidate
Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics

will present:
'Canadian Grain Logistics in Transition'

Friday, Jan. 18, 2013
3 pm
2E25 Agriculture Bldg.
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Room 2E25 Agriculture Bldg
Fri, Jan 18 3:30 pm Geography and Planning Colloquia Ravi N. Chibbar, CRC, presents Crop improvement for enhanced grain quality and utilization Room 146 Kirk Hall
Sat, Jan 19 7:30 pm Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music Personal Music Collections as Objects for Study, Preservation, and Research: A Look into the David Kaplan Collection

Carolyn Doi, Music and Education Liaison Librarian, Education and Music Library, ...
Convocation Hall
Mon, Jan 21 12:00 am Alumni Association post-graduate scholarship: CGSR deadline The University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association offers one scholarship for a student entering a graduate degree program.

Value: $2,000 Non-renewable

Eligibility: Students entering or in their first year of post-graduate ...
Mon, Jan 21 1:30 pm M.Sc. Defence Seminar University of Saskatchewan
College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Department of Animal and Poultry Science

M.Sc. Defence Seminar

Rodrigo Albornoz

'Short-term Feed Restriction in Ruminants: Mitigating Negative Effects by Altering ...
1E80 Agriculture Bldg
Mon, Jan 21 4:00 pm Co-op Leadership Lecture Keith Nixon, interim CEO of SaskCentral presents a lecture entitled 'Counting on the Difference: Credit Unions and the Co-operative Model'.

The event is presented by The Centre for the Study of Co-operatives ...
Room 12 Edwards School of Business
Tue, Jan 22 3:00 pm SSRL Opening The Social Sciences Research Lab (SSRL) will hold its grand opening and open house.

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013
3 to 6 pm
260 Arts

Formal program at 4 pm

For more information, email ...
Room 260 Arts
Tue, Jan 22 4:00 pm U-Speak Sessions: Communicating in Canada Free workshops for International Students to develop speaking skills in English for academic settings in Canada

Session 1, January 15th - Intonation and Accent Reduction: Learn if your accent negatively affects your speaking ...
Training Room 70.4 ISSAC (International Student and Study Abroad Centre) Lower Place Riel
Tue, Jan 22 4:00 pm Department of Animal and Poutry Science Special Seminar Dr. Tim A. McAllister
PhD. Principal Research Scientist
Ruminant Nutrition & Microbiology
Agriculture and Agri-food Canada - Lethbridge Research Station

'Why the E.Coli 0157:H7 Puzzle is not Easily Solved'
5C61 Agriculture Bldg
Tue, Jan 22 4:00 pm Department of Computer Science 2012/13 Seminar Series Tabletop Gaming as a Context for Exploring Interaction Design Challenges of Digital Tabletop Surfaces by Stacey D. Scott, Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo Digital tabletop surface computers provide face-to-face groups an opportunity ... 159 Thorvaldson Bldg
Wed, Jan 23 12:00 pm Good Food Market CHEP Good Food Inc. & ASC host a Food Market for students to buy fruits and vegetables at lower costs. Please feel free to come and buy some low cost fruits and veggies at the office. ... Aboriginal Student's Centre
Wed, Jan 23 1:00 pm Veterinary Microbiology Seminar Marina Facci, PhD graduate student presents: Characterization of the microbial communities during anaerobic digestion of distillery waste, and Matheus Costa, MSc student, presents Microbiome assessment and diagnostic aspects of a ... Room 2105 WCVM
Wed, Jan 23 4:30 pm Iran's Nuclear Gamble, Canada and Obama's Second Term Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 4:30 pm (Convocation Hall) The Canadian International Council (CIC), in partnership with the International Office at the University of Saskatchewan, is pleased to present:
JOHN MUNDI
- ...
Convocation Hall
Wed, Jan 23 7:30 pm Literature Matters talk by David Carpenter Please join us for the first talk in our 2013 series.

David's talk will be on the Literary History of Saskatchewan.

For more information, contact Kathy Weiman at (306) 966-5486 or email kathy....
Social Hall, Grace Westminster United Church, 505-10th Street East
Thu, Jan 24 3:30 pm SERI Launch Official launch of the Sustainability Education Research Institute (SERI), a newly approved research centre focused on environmental sustainability and education.

All welcome!
1243 Education Bldg
Thu, Jan 24 4:00 pm Microbiology and Immunology Wei Xiao

Presents:

'Roles of a noncanonical ubiquitination complex in innate immunity and cancer'

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013
4 pm
B3 Health Sciences Bldg
Room B3 Health Sciences Bldg
Fri, Jan 25 12:30 pm Veterinary Microbiology Seminar Jennifer Town, PhD student, presents: Characterization of the microbial communities during anaerobic digestion of distillery waste, and Matheus Costa, MSc student, presents: Microbiome assessment and diagnostic aspects of ... Room 2105 WCVM
Fri, Jan 25 3:30 pm Geography and Planning Colloquia Jay Sagin presents Hydrologic modeling in arid and inaccessible watersheds: Pishin Lora Basin, Pakistan Room 146 Kirk Hall
Fri, Jan 25 6:00 pm The First Annual Saskatchewan Youth Symposium Join us for the first ever Saskatchewan Youth Symposium.

Together we will enhance our knowledge of Saskatchewan industries, develop professional working relationships through the Friday evening networking event, build a synergistic Saskatchewan %...
Sheraton Cavalier and University of Saskatchewan
Sat, Jan 26 8:30 am The First Annual Saskatchewan Youth Symposium Join us for the first ever Saskatchewan Youth Symposium.

Together we will enhance our knowledge of Saskatchewan industries, develop professional working relationships through the Friday evening networking event, build a synergistic Saskatchewan %...
Sheraton Cavalier and University of Saskatchewan
Sat, Jan 26 2:00 pm Amati Quartet Guest artist: Bonnie Nicholson - piano

'Hungarian Rhapsody'

Works by Haydn, Brahms and Dohnanyi

Tickets: $30 adults, $25 seniors (65+), $15 students
In person: Remai ...
Third Avenue United Church
Sat, Jan 26 7:30 pm Amati Quartet Guest artist: Bonnie Nicholson - piano

'Hungarian Rhapsody'

Works by Haydn, Brahms and Dohnanyi

Tickets: $30 adults, $25 seniors (65+), $15 students
In person: Remai ...
Third Avenue United Church
Mon, Jan 28 12:00 am Agile Fundamentals for Project Managers and Business Analysts York University's Schulich School of Business and University of Saskatchewan's Edwards School of Business come together to help you keep your career and projects on track using the Agile framework to successfully manage ... K W Nasser Centre (256 - 3rd Avenue South)
Mon, Jan 28 12:00 am MacKenzie King Open and Traveling Scholarship: CGSR deadline The Open Scholarship is available to graduates of Canadian universities who pursue graduate study in any discipline, in Canada or elsewhere. One Open Scholarship is awarded each year. The value has recently been about &#36%3...
Mon, Jan 28 1:00 pm Managing Your References Workshop Feeling overwhelmed with all of your citations? Attend this session and learn how to use RefWorks to save time and stay organized.

Open to EVERYONE! No registration required!
Education Bldg, Room 1037
Tue, Jan 29 12:00 pm Library Services for Grad Students and Faculty Learn how the library can support your research and teaching, and pick up some general library tips

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013
12 noon
Delta Lab, 2B04 Engineering

For more information call 966...
Delta Lab, 2B04 Engineering
Tue, Jan 29 1:00 pm 'Advising as Teaching' Series: Assisting Distressed Students 'Advising as Teaching' Series Assisting Distressed Students: Warning signs, approaches and referral options

Students come to university with diverse experiences and resources and face a range of challenges over the course of ...
Tue, Jan 29 1:30 pm Alliance for Food and Bioproducts Innovation (AFBI) - Dept of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics
Alliance for Food and Bioproducts Innovation (AFBI)
Scholars Series Seminar
Government Priorities in Agriculture
presented by Scott Brown
Executive Director, Policy Branch Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture
College ...
Room 106 Biology Bldg
Tue, Jan 29 1:30 pm Government Priorities in Agriculture Government Priorities in Agriculture

Scott Brown, Executive Director, Policy Branch
Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture
112 Science Place
Tue, Jan 29 4:00 pm U-Speak Sessions: Communicating in Canada Free workshops for International Students to develop speaking skills in English for academic settings in Canada

Session 1, January 15th - Intonation and Accent Reduction: Learn if your accent negatively affects your speaking ...
Training Room 70.4 ISSAC (International Student and Study Abroad Centre) Lower Place Riel
Wed, Jan 30 12:00 pm Good Food Market CHEP Good Food Inc. & ASC host a Food Market for students to buy fruits and vegetables at lower costs. Please feel free to come and buy some low cost fruits and veggies at the office. ... Aboriginal Student's Centre
Thu, Jan 31 2:30 pm Elmer Iseler Singers - Workshop The Elmer Iseler Singers, one of Canada's most internationally-acclaimed choirs, will be holding a joint workshop with the U of S Greystone Singers on:

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2:30 to 3%3...
Knox United Church - 838 Spadina Crescent East
Thu, Jan 31 7:30 pm Elmer Iseler Singers in Concert The Elmer Iseler Singers will be performing a concert on:

Thursday, Jan. 31, 7:30 p.m.
Location: Knox United Church, Saskatoon

Featured performances by the Greystone Singers

Tickets ...
Knox United Church, Saskatoon