Provost's College Award for Outstanding Teaching

Provost's College Award for Outstanding Teaching

Congratulations to James Nolan, recipient of the Provost’s College Award for Outstanding Teaching. The Provost's Awards recognize outstanding teaching in each college, as well the categories of Aboriginal education, international teaching, innovation in learning, new teachers, graduate teaching and graduate student teachers.

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Introducing the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics

Introducing the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics

The Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources has changed to a new name to better align with the main focus areas in the department. The new name, the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE), encompasses agribusiness, agricultural and food policy, and resource and environmental economics, which are the primary teaching and research areas of the department.

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Students place second in national agri-marketing competition

Students place second in national agri-marketing competition

The Canadian Agri-Marketing Association (CAMA) Saskatchewan Student Chapter at the University of Saskatchewan placed second in an agri-marketing competition against 29 other agricultural universities.

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The billion dollar disappearing act

The billion dollar disappearing act

All eyes were on the railways when ‘grain gridlock’ hit the Prairies, but Richard Gray was following the money

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Student research helps West African farmers

Student research helps West African farmers

A prairie girl, Alexis Adams spent most of her life in Saskatoon, but she left her heart with impoverished farmers in Mozambique during a 2012 summer trip to Africa.

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A long road: Mohammad Torshizi decided early on his academic career that the U of S was the place to be-- and his students are glad he did

A long road: Mohammad Torshizi decided early on his academic career that the U of S was the place to be-- and his students are glad he did

Mohammad Torshizi has revived an old practice — only this time, it’s the teacher who gives apples to his students.

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