Green & White - Fall 2008

Making the Team

Making the Team

By Mark Ferguson
Even as holder of the Canadian record in pole vault, Kelsie Hendry (BA'04) was not sure she would make the trip to the 2008 Beijing Olympics until just days before the event began. Although she did not come home with a medal, Hendry cherishes her memories of the experience, and has set her sights on the 2012 Olympics in London.
The Right Man for the Job

The Right Man for the Job

By Mark Ferguson
The work is demanding but Jack Poole (BE'54) is the right man to be leading Vancouver toward a significant milestone in that city's history - successfully hosting the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
2008 University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association Awards

2008 University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association Awards

The man who founded Canada's most successful health promotion program is this year's recipient (posthumously) of the U of S Alumni Association's Alumni Achievement Award. Read about Russ Kisby (BAPE'63) and the other 2008 award winners.
Bringing Business Back Home

Bringing Business Back Home

By Mark Ferguson
Having left Saskatchewan in search of work after graduating from the U of S, Michael Lobsinger (BComm'75) is delighted to be back, this time heading a major construction project in Saskatoon.
A Prescription for Leadership

A Prescription for Leadership

By Meshon Cantril
Dr. Alika Lafontaine (MD'06) won CBC's Canada's Next Great Prime Minister competition this year, but the young anesthesia resident has a few challenges to take on at home before he makes plans to move into 24 Sussex Drive.
Q & A with Joan Greyeyes

Q & A with Joan Greyeyes

Joan Greyeyes (BEd'79) is delighted to be back at the University of Saskatchewan. The new special advisor on aboriginal initiatives first came to the university as a student, returning as a part-time instructor in the Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) in 1984-85, and again from 1992-95 as director of the Aboriginal Student Centre.
Alumni Advantage

Alumni Services & Benefits

Alumni membership is automatic when you graduate from the University of Saskatchewan. With your free alumni card, you have access to many campus facilities and services. For more information, please call (306) 966-5186 or email alumni.office@usask.ca.
Alumni Advantage

The Myhr Travel Log

About ten years ago, Darryll Myhr (BA' 66) and his wife Fern found their love for travel. They were contacted by the university's alumni travel program to take a trip through Tuscany and fell in love - with both Italy and the travel program.
Nominations open for University Senate members

Nominations open for University Senate members

…your opportunity to participate in University governance