The Graduate and Postdoctoral Faculty of the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (CGPS) is established under the authority of the University of Saskatchewan Council, whose powers and duties are in turn established by the University of Saskatchewan Act 1995.

In addition to its statutory powers and duties, the Graduate and Postdoctoral Faculty serves as a forum for the participation and engagement of members of CGPS in discussions of policies, plans and decisions by the college administration that directly affect those areas for which faculty council has responsibility. The Graduate and Postdoctoral Faculty meet in May annually. Decisions made on behalf of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Faculty have been delegated to the Graduate & Postdoctoral Council of CGPS.

Meeting Schedule 2018-19

The Graduate and Postdoctoral Faculty May 7, 2019 ARTS 241 1-3:30 pm
Graduate and Postdoctoral Council October 9, 2018 ARTS 241 1-3:30 pm
Graduate and Postdoctoral Council February 5, 2019 ARTS 241 1-3:30 pm

Standing Committees of Graduate and Postdoctoral Faculty

Executive Committee September 21, 2018 THORV 118 8:30-10:00
Executive Committee October 19, 2018 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee November 16, 2018 THORV 118 8:30-noon
Executive Committee December 21, 2018 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee January 18, 2019 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee February 15, 2019 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee March 15, 2019 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee April 19, 2019 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee May 17, 2018 THORV 118 10:30-noon
Executive Committee June 21, 2018 THORV 118 10:30-noon

2025 Strategic Framework

The Strategic Plan 2025 identifies themes which intend to guide the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies for the next seven years. Within each strategic theme, the document establishes objectives and goals contributing to the success of the college and reaffirm who we are and what our priorities are. In preparation of this plan we were guided by the University of Saskatchewan's four principles of sustainability, diversity, connectivity and creativity and throughout the process have challenged ourselves to think beyond the status quo.