Spring 2009 Green & White
Economic Downturn Hits Home

Economic Downturn Hits Home

By Beverly Fast
Senior leaders at the University of Saskatchewan are keeping a close eye on the economy and taking steps to ensure it emerges through the downturn as a stronger institution.
The quality of mercy is not strained ...or is it

The quality of mercy is not strained ...or is it

By Sheila Robertson
Personal portfolios have taken a hit, and Susan Milburn (BComm’78, MBA’80) shares her thoughts on how you can strengthen your own economic situation and stimulate the economy.
Around the World in Many Exchanges

Around the World in Many Exchanges

By Matt Barron
A lot of technology is required to drive and secure a stock exchange’s virtual trading floor. David Ewasuik (BComm’81) provides that technology for small and emerging markets around the globe.
From the U of S to “no man's land”

From the U of S to “no man's land”

By Jeff Drake
The world has seen recessions before, but the current one is unique in many ways, as pointed out by former Goldman Sachs partner, Barrie Wigmore (BEd’62, BA’63, LLD’02).
Q&A with Gordon Thiessen

Q&A with Gordon Thiessen

Gordon Thiessen (BA’59, MA’62, LLD’97) tells of his experiences with the Bank of Canada, where he served in many capacities, including governor, for almost 40 years.
Special Message

A Special Message (PDF)

A Special Message from Vice President Heather Magotiaux
Alumni Awards 2009 2010

Alumni Awards 2009 • 2010 (PDF)

If you know a successful U of S graduate who deserves recognition, we encourage you to submit a nomination by June 15, 2009.
Senate Election

Senate Election 2009 (PDF)

Voting for University of Saskatchewan Senate elections opens on May 11, 2009 and will remain open until midnight June 22, 2009.