One year into her position, Dean Bedard-Haughn reflects on the college's ability to adapt to change.
Supporting farm and family
Alumna Tiffany Martinka switched lanes from a corporate agriculture career to advocacy.
Improving the sustainability of the beef industry through applied research
There is mounting pressure on the beef industry to be more efficient and use less resources.
Uncovering the secrets of the earth to mitigate climate change
In a teaspoon of soil, there are more microorganisms than humans on Earth. One teaspoon has billions of microbes, and tens of thousands of different kinds.
Crop Development Centre launching new look to celebrate a half century of success
The Crop Development Centre at the University of Saskatchewan is a powerhouse of research that’s propelled Canadian agriculture forward for five decades—and it shows no signs of slowing.
Unlocking the genetic mysteries behind beef
Dr. Mika Asai-Coakwell (PhD) shares her passion about genetics.
For the love of plants
Jackie Bantle brings passion to the role of greenhouse manager.
Finding solutions in unlikely places
How Bishnu Acharya looks to agricultural byproducts for inspiration.
Graduate student making contributions to improve the poultry industry
Sameeha Jhetam’s love of animals is what attracted her to animal welfare research.
The art, science and conservation of prescribed fires
The Canadian Prairies Prescribed Fire Exchange enhances partnerships and training to support ecosystem management across the prairie provinces.
Ensuring the longevity of our critical research and extension activity
New funding model for professorships brings the Beef Industry Integrated Forage Management and Utilization Chair to the University of Saskatchewan.