University of Saskatchewan

September 17, 2014   


  • Engaging India: Canada-India Research & Collaboration Symposium     Oct 26, 2010
    The International Office, University of Saskatchewan, is very excited to welcome the Honorable C. Chidambaram, Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India, His Excellency Mr. S. Gavai, the High Commissioner of India, Dr. Sunaina Singh, President of Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, and Honorable Rob Norris, Minister of Higher Education.
  • Seeing is Believing: Why Canada Needs a Neutron Source     Oct 04, 2010
    October 15, 2010: Public keynote lecture featuring Dr. Dean Chapman, speaking on Canada’s need for a new research reactor, and why Saskatoon is the best place to build it.
  • Gairdner National Lecture Program     Oct 01, 2010
    October 21 and 22, 2010: Featuring Dr. Calvin Stiller, medical pioneer in transplantation and diabetes, businessman, entrepreneur, and U of S alumnus.
  • NSERC-CREATE Information Session     Mar 30, 2010
    Research Services will be holding an NSERC-CREATE information session next Wednesday morning, March 31, 2010 from 8:30 – 10:30 in Studio B in the Education Building. Please proceed to room 25 (Production Service’s General Office) and you will be directed to Studio B.
  • Effective Grant Writing; Workshop and Presentation     Mar 30, 2010
    Presented by Research Services Tuesday April 20th 8:30 ˇV 12:00 Rm. 2 NRC/PBI Building This half-day workshop will provide participants with the knowledge and perspective needed to ensure funding applications receive a positive reception from review panels. Being clear, concise, thorough and effective will help your application stand out from the competition.
  • Ensuring Nuclear Safety in Canada     Mar 05, 2010
    To address the medical isotope crisis, an expert panel convened by the federal government has concluded that Canada needs a new multipurpose research reactor. The University of Saskatchewan is part of a consortium proposing to build such a reactor, both to help solve the medical isotope crisis and provide neutron beams for cutting-edge science.