Green & White - Spring 2008

Thinking the World of our Future: Highlights Outcomes Successes

Thinking the World of our Future: Highlights | Outcomes | Successes (PDF)

Six years ago, the University of Saskatchewan envisioned its place in the province and the world and charted a course that would allow us to realize our goals. We called this vision Thinking the World of our Future. This issue of the Green & White explores some of the important ways that donor support has changed the University of Saskatchewan through the campaign, including this summary of campaign highlights.
The Spirit of Griffiths Stadium

The Spirit of Griffiths Stadium

By Charlene Cyr
More than 60 years after it was first built, Griffiths Stadium continues to showcase the strong student, alumni, and donor support that first made it a reality in the 1930s.
Ahead of the Herd

Ahead of the Herd

By Myrna MacDonald
Westgen's gift to Thinking the World of our Future has enabled the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the U of S to create the ideal space for advanced research in animal reproduction.
Beyond Books: Students Battle Environmental Disaster

Beyond Books: Students Battle Environmental Disaster

By Bev Fast
In January 2008, support from the President's Fund enabled six College of Nursing students to participate in an international practicum in South Korea. But their studies were interrupted by the country's worst oil spill in its history.
A Gift that Inspires

A Gift that Inspires

By Mark Ferguson
In his lifetime, Gerhard Herzberg (MSC'38, LLD'53) received honorary degrees from universities around the world. His collection was given to the University of Saskatchewan during Thinking the World of our Future.
Q&A with N. Murray Edwards

Q&A with N. Murray Edwards

Murray Edwards (BComm'82) knows a thing or two about loyalty. As President and owner of Edco Financial Holdings Ltd., Edwards has made both his name - and his fortune - in seeing his investments through in both good and challenging times. He demonstrates the same sort of loyalty to his alma mater.