USask Traditions and History
Our historic main campus in Saskatoon is recognized as one of the most beautiful in Canada, with plenty of green space, stately greystone buildings and tree-lined walkways.
As you explore this place, you will discover the spaces that define your university experience. Museums and galleries, libraries, sporting event venues, student hangouts and natural spaces are where life happens and where your most powerful memories can be created.
We are Cutting Edge
Research Profile and ImpactA unit of the Office of the Vice-President Research communicates USask research and its impact to the public. Graduate students and faculty supervisors are at the core of the research story. Here are just a few ways of how your story is told.
USask is home to pioneers in discovery who are improving lives, expanding opportunities, strengthening social cohesion and protecting the environment. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, they will take to the TEDx stage with compelling stories of ambition and achievements, sharing their voice and vision to be what the world needs.
Images of Research
Each year, our researchers capture the impact of their research - how their research made a difference to society, the economy, and global challenges – with an image and a simple description. The results are nothing short of amazing.
Organized by Research Profile and Impact, the ninth annual competition featured:
- 143 image entries in five submission categories from students, faculty, staff and alumni representing 12 colleges and schools,
- A total of seven judging panels made up of students, staff, and faculty
- Over 2,250 public votes cast in the Viewers' Choice category
- Over 16,000 views of the contest
Young Innovator Serices
USask student researchers are harnessing creativity and drive to make discoveries and uncover new knowledge in areas that matter to Canadians. In a long-standing partnership between USask and the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, this series highlights examples of student research at USask. Showcase your research - find out how!
There is more to campus life than class and studying. Remember to take time to take care of yourself, meet new people, and enjoy the journey.