Add an Event

Calendars:

Select all  |  None

Want your calendar here?

Subscribe

Prev April 2013 Prev

Tue, Apr 2 9:30 am 'Advising as Teaching' Series: Protecting Privacy in Academic Advising Advisors handle and hear students' confidential information on a daily basis. Did you know that a student has the right to access and amend their own personal information, including their academic advising files? ...
Wed, Apr 3 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, Apr 3 1:00 pm 'Advising as Teaching': Protecting Privacy in Academic Advising 'Advising as Teaching' Series Protecting Privacy in Academic Advising

Advisors handle and hear students' confidential information on a daily basis. Did you know that a student has the right to access and amend their ...
Wed, Apr 3 2:30 pm Dr. Kay Nasser's book launch for students, 'How to Achieve Your Dreams' All students, alumni, staff and faculty are welcome to attend the exciting launch of Dr. Kay Nasser's second book. Dr. Nasser, a philanthropist and developer for Saskatoon's notable River Landing ... Place Riel North Concourse
Wed, Apr 3 2:30 pm How to achieve Your Dreams About Kay Nasser
Born and raised in Lebanon, Professor
Emeritus Karim (Kay) Nasser earned his
Bachelor of Science in Engineering at
the American University in Beirut, his
masters degree in Kansas, and ...
Place Riel North Concourse, U of S campus
Thu, Apr 4 10:00 am Indigenous Pedagogies Experienced Indigenous educators will share their understanding of Indigenous pedagogy and describe practical examples from their own teaching practice. Speakers include Dr. Karla Williamson (Inuit, College of Education) and Dr. Marie Battiste (Mi'kmaq%2... Murray 102
Thu, Apr 4 3:00 pm Promodoc - Information Session : Think doctorate Think Europe

Are you considering a doctorate program? Europe offers you a world of possibilities! Conducting your doctorate in Europe gives you the opportunity to optimize your skills and knowledge ...
International Student & Study Abroad Centre, Room 70.4
Fri, Apr 5 12:30 pm Smartphone Applications in Health: Boondoggle or Benefit? Presented by Dr. Paul Ritvo, Senior Scientist, Cancer Care Ontario and Associate Professor, York University

As the smartphone evolves as the central communication device of the present era, how can ...
Prairie Room, Diefenbaker Building, University of Saskatchewan
Fri, Apr 5 3:00 pm BPBE 990 Seminar - Alliance for Food and Bioproducts Innovation (AFBI) Scholars Series Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics
Alliance for Food and Bioproducts Innovation (AFBI) Scholars Series Seminar
Alleviating Food Insecurity in the United States: Possible Implications for Canada
Dr. Craig Gundersen
Department of Agricultural ...
Room 2E25, Agriculture Bldg, 51 Campus Dr
Fri, Apr 5 3:30 pm Humanities and Fine Arts Students Conference You are invited to participate in the first annual Humanities and Fine Arts Student Conference (HFASC), to be held on April 5th & 6th, 2013. This conference aims to foster interdisciplinary connections within the Division ... TBA
Sun, Apr 7 3:00 pm Saskatchewan Greystone Singers Annual Spring Concert 'University of Saskatchewan Greystones Singers are presenting their Annual Spring Concert on Sunday, April 7, at 3:00 PM in Knox United Church. The program consists of a variety of choral works from traditional and ... Knox United Church
Tue, Apr 9 12:00 am Life Balance Leadership *7 hours CACE credit available

Long hours, super-sized expectations, and the struggle to balance life's multiple roles create major challenges in today's workplace. Teams and individuals who pause to tackle ...
Holiday Inn Express, Saskatoon
Tue, Apr 9 7:30 pm JM Boving Lecture 2013 J.M. BOVING LECTURE, 2013


The Department of Economics is pleased to announce that PROFESSOR RICARDO HAUSMANN, Director of the Center for International Development and Professor of the Practice of Economic Development ...
Arts 241
Wed, Apr 10 9:00 am Breeding Corn for Carotenoid Pigments and Other Nutritionally Relevant Characteristics” University of Saskatchewan
College of Agriculture & Bioresources
Department of Animal and Poultry Science


SPECIAL SEMINAR


Dr. Elizabeth Lee
Professor
Department of Plant Agriculture
University of Guelph


“Breeding ...
5C61 Agriculture Building
Wed, Apr 10 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, Apr 10 1:30 pm Increasing Inequality is Unbalanced Growth: Evidence from North America : Presented by Dr. Lars Osberg, McCulloch Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, Dalhousie University

Increasing inequality cannot be a long-run steady state – i.e. a trend that can continue ...
Prairie Room, Diefenbaker Building, University of Saskatchewan
Wed, Apr 10 7:00 pm Startup UofS Startup U of S is a new and exciting event for students to showcase their amazing projects and connect with industry experts. A night of pitches, prizes, free food, drinks, and ... Louis Pub
Wed, Apr 10 7:00 pm Startup UofS : Startup U of S is a new and exciting event for students to showcase their amazing projects and connect with industry experts. A night of pitches, prizes, free food, drinks, ... Louis Pub
Thu, Apr 11 12:00 am In Search of the 2nd Right Answer If all you have is a nail then everything looks like a hammer. Having a reliable answer lulls us into not investigating the situation deeply enough and forgetting to ask the right questions. Based on ... Holiday Inn Express, Saskatoon
Fri, Apr 12 5:00 pm Mélanie Rocan: SOUVENIR INVOLONTAIRE : Public reception for the exhibition:

Mélanie Rocan: SOUVENIR INVOLONTAIRE
at the Kenderdine Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan

The Artist will be in attendance.
Friday, April 12...
Kenderdine Art Gallery
Sat, Apr 13 2:00 pm Dreaming Painting: a panel discussion with artists * beauty * narrative * figuration * desire *

DREAMING PAINTING

AKA Gallery
The Kenderdine Art Gallery/College Art Galleries The Mendel Art Gallery The Department of Art & Art History, UofS
%0...
Mendel Art Gallery Auditorium
Mon, Apr 15 8:30 am Thesis Awards/Harry Toop/WAGS/Governor General Award - http://grad.usask.ca/awards/awardsearch.taf?_function=detail&AwardCategory_uid1=&Awards_uid2=438&AwardsCollegeJoin_uid3=&College_uid4=
To recognize excellence and original quality in graduate student research. To ...
Room C180 Administration Building
Mon, Apr 15 1:00 pm 'The Effect of Dietary Adaptation on the Susceptibility to and Recovery from Ruminal Acidosis in Beef Cattle” University of Saskatchewan
College of Agriculture & Bioresources
Department of Animal and Poultry Science


M.Sc. DEFENCE SEMINAR


Tyler Schwaiger



'The Effect of Dietary Adaptation on the Susceptibility ...
2C71 Agriculture Building
Wed, Apr 17 12:00 am Advanced Presentation Skills 7 Hours CACE credit

Advanced Presentation Skills is for individuals who have previous experience presenting to groups and would like to improve on their current presentation skills. This one-day workshop is designed to help presenters ...
Rm 225, Williams Bldg.
Wed, Apr 17 9:00 am Launching an Academic Career This one-day workshop is designed to help PhD students and post-doctoral fellows learn how to prepare themselves for life in academia. Through presentation and frank discussion with faculty at different stages of career, you ... Kirk Hall 146
Wed, Apr 17 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, Apr 18 8:30 am The Power of Working Visually People remember 65% of what they see, only 15% of what they hear, but retain 80% of a combined visual/audio presentation! Consider using graphics and visual tools in your meetings/training sessions to improve communications%2... Rm 225, Williams Bldg
Thu, Apr 18 10:00 am : Global Institute for Water Security Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Jay Famiglietti Water Cycle Change and the Human Fingerprint on the Water Landscape of the 21st Century: Observations from a Decade of GRACE.

Abstract: Over the last decade, satellite observations of Earth’...
Seminar Room, National Hydrology Research Centre, 11 Innovation Blvd.
Thu, Apr 18 5:00 pm Strategic Targets for Public Services: Lessons for Canada from the English Experience : Presented by Peter C. Smith, Professor of Health Policy, Imperial College London

When it came to power in 1997, Tony Blair's government sought to revolutionize the way in which UK ...
Convention Hall, Conexus Arts Centre, 200A Lakeshore Drive, Regina, SK
Thu, Apr 18 5:30 pm Let's Talk About Water: Last Call at the Oasis film screening and guest panel : Let’s Talk About Water (LTAW) is a unique program combining the power of film and the science of water to inform and engage students, faculty and the general public in active ... Roxy Theatre, 320 20th Street West, Saskatoon
Fri, Apr 19 9:00 am Cafe Daughter Cafe Daughter

A play by Kenneth T. Williams (Arts & Science instructor, Drama)

Directed by Heather Inglis

Featuring: Rose Kristin Friday

Cafe Daughter is a one-woman show about a young ...
Studio 914
Wed, Apr 24 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, Apr 24 7:30 pm Literature Matters Talk by Dr. Jon Bath : Literature Matters

Talks by members of the Department of English, University of Saskatchewan at Grace-Westminster United Church

Please join us for the fourth talk in our 2013 series:
Dr. Jon ...
Social Hall, Grace Westminster United Church, 505-10th Street East
Wed, Apr 24 7:30 pm Literature Matters Talk by Dr. Jon Bath Literature Matters

Talks by members of the Department of English, University of Saskatchewan at Grace-Westminster United Church

Please join us for the fourth talk in our 2013 series:
Dr. Jon Bath%0...
Social Hall, Grace Westminster United Church, 505-10th Street East
Tue, Apr 30 8:30 am Engaged Scholar Day The Engaged Scholar Day celebrates faculty and student contributions to the culture of engagement at the UofS.

In addition to keynote speakers,including President Busch-Vishniac, the day features a community engagement poster expo%2...
Neatby-Timlin