U of S and Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra conduct joint research

By: University Communications

A U of S research team led by psychologists Janeen Loehr and Jennifer Nicol has been working with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra (SSO) over the last year on an experiment that wi...

Students Celebrated With Pinning Ceremony

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

Third-year College of Education students will be celebrated Thursday at the annual pinning ceremony.

College hosts Capital Normal University students

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Education hosted a group of students from Capital Normal University.

Experience Journal: Connor Jay

Connor Jay is a fourth-year University of Saskatchewan Education student with teaching areas in Physical Education and English. He spent the summer as a Performance Analyst with Ca...

Banting Fellowship Award to Ranjan Datta

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

University of Saskatchewan College of Education research facilitator Dr. Ranjan Datta has been awarded the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Continuing A Lifetime of Learning

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

Faculty Spotlight - Che Kan Leong

U of S and local businesses host Bangladesh students

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Education, College of Arts and Science (Economics and English), and the Edwards School of Business (Finance) have partnered to ho...

Tips to become an even better teacher

A new teaching year is upon us and with it instructors are likely contemplating strategies to further enhance their teaching practice.

A Lifelong Connection

By: University Communications

Jim Taylor has been teaching as a sessional lecturer for 24 years at the U of S

New Memorandum of Understanding

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

The College of Education, ITEP and the Kahkewistahaw First Nation signed an MOU last week.

Engaging parents in schools

By: Sarath Peiris

University of Saskatchewan curriculum studies professor Debbie Pushor of the College of Education aims to transform education in the province by making parent engagement in teachin...

15 reasons to visit the U of S this summer

By: University Communications

If you are looking for sunny study spots, green activities or just a little scenery, there is no shortage of activity on the U of S campus in the summertime.

Language Warriors

By: Gail MacKay, Assistant Professor, Curriculum Studies

10 students in the Masters of Indigenous Language Revitalization (MILR) successfully passed the oral defence.

Education students making impact thanks to planned giving

By: Nicole Betker, Education Communications

University of Saskatchewan College of Education students Christina Luross and Jordanne Estergaard spoke at Greystone Circle Garden Party in May.

Acclaimed author, U of S alumna Sharon Butala publishes first mystery novel

By: SHANNON BOKLASCHUK

In 1962, the body of 23-year-old Alexandra Wiwcharuk was discovered by a young boy who had wandered into some trees by the South Saskatchewan River.

Education alumnus honoured

By: University Communications

Dave King among alumni honoured at 2018 University of Saskatchewan Spring Convocation.

Four U of S students awarded Vanier Scholarships

Four PhD students at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) have been awarded 2017 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, three of them Indigenous students.

Robertson's poetry takes flight in new book Decoys

U of S faculty member Bill Robertson thought he wrote a book about the natural world.

College of Education first to implement Co-curricular Student Records

The co-curricular record (CCR) will be an official document similar to an academic transcript. The CCR will capture college-specific activities and student leadership positions val...

Huskies gay-straight alliance announced at Breaking the Silence Conference

The U of S Huskies announced the creation of "Athlete Allies" during the College of Education's 20th annual Breaking the Silence conference.

Shelby Newkirk sets sights on Paralympics

Education student Shelby Newkirk has already set five Canadian records in para-swimming, and is setting her sights on the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.

SERI's living wall brings education to life

SERI's living wall was recently featured in the U of S News.

SEPN in the News

How Green is Your College? The Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) was recently in the news, sharing their results on sustainability in higher education across Canad...

Dean Prytula on International Opportunities

Education dean, Michelle Prytula speaks about the College's partnership with Tianjin Normal University in Tianjin, China.

Dr. Jay Wilson receives prestigious 3M National Teaching Fellowship

Department head of Curriculum Studies, Jay Wilson, has received the 3M National Teaching Fellowship—the highest teaching honour in Canada.

Humanitarian Award for Education Alumna

Dr. Karim (Kay) Nasser and Education Alumna Mrs. Dora Nasser received an Humanitarian of the Year Award for their remarkable philanthropic and humanitarian efforts in the community...

Melanie Elliott speaks about Snow Ecology Camp

Melanie Elliot, Program Manager for Eco-Education and Ecology Camps, Educational Foundations, is interviewed on CTV.

Student Employment Opportunity - Ecology Day Camp for Kids

Students in Education (with biology major), Biology, Geography, Geology, or Veterinary Medicine students are invited to apply for one of two Instructor positions with Ecology Camp ...

The Story of Laura Grizzlypaws

Laura Grizzlypaws is a graduate of the Educational Foundations Indigenous Land-based Masters Program

Education Students Give Saskatoon Bats a Home for the Holidays

A class of Education students have just put environmental stewardship into practice by providing Saskatoon bats with a selection of comfortable homes.

Seeking to connect urban Indigenous girls with land-based knowledge

By: College of Education

Highlighting the research of prominent PhD student Tasha Spillett, who was recently put forward by the University of Saskatchewan to be nominated for the Vanier Canada Graduate Sch...

Developing leadership principles to restore Indigenous culture and wellbeing

By: College of Education

Highlighting the research of College of Education PhD student Terrance Pelletier, who was recently put forward by the University of Saskatchewan to be nominated for the Vanier Cana...

Four Education alumni receive Achievement Awards.

Education Alumni, Roma Franko, Iain MacLean, Grit McCreath and Paul Suchan will be recognized at the 2016 U of S Alumni Association Achievement Awards.

School named after Education alumna Colette Bourgonje

One of six new schools in the Saskatoon will be named after College Bourgonje, a graduate from the College of Education and 10-time Paralympic athlete.

Saskatoon's Zoey Roy returns from weekend with PM and Royals

By: Zoey Roy, student, activist,

The College of Education student, artist and activist leaves a lasting impression with Prime Minister Trudeau as he recognizes that Roy "reinvented her own life and has been transf...

College of Education student-athletes receive All-Academic honours

Congratulations to all of our Education student-athletes, who were honoured this morning by Huskie Athletics. Matthew Forbes – Mens Basketball; Kassidy Konkin – Womens Basketbal...

Elite honours for College of Education researcher

Professor Maggie Kovach is honoured by the Royal Society of Canada as a new member of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. Professor Kovach is one of four professor...

College of Education professors use The Walking Dead as teaching tool

Professors Paul Newton and David Burgess use the zombie apocalypse as a vehicle to explore the role of education and its institutions in civil society, and discuss how dystopic sce...

Indigenous educator uses land as text in outdoor university course

Tasha Spillet, took part in a 2 week Indigenous Land Based Education project that takes University of Saskatchewan students out on the land to learn from Indigenous knowledge keepe...

Education Alumnus wins award at the Indigenous Educator Awards

Pauline McKay,B.Ed.'83 among nine educators and one organization to be honoured during the National Gathering for Indigenous Education

ConnectEd

College of Education 2016 Newsletter

Finding his true calling at the U of S

Anton Siaotong came halfway around the world to find his calling in Canada.

Prairie Habitat Garden Renovation

Janet McVittie and Shannon Dyck were awarded an Environmental Community Action Grant for their proposal to renovate the Prairie Habitat Garden.

Provost Award for Bev Brenna

The Provost's Awards recognize outstanding teaching in each College, as well the categories of Aboriginal education, international teaching, innovation in learning, new teachers, g...

Education Alumnus Finalist for National Book Award

Saskatoon author and recording artist Sally Meadows has been shortlisted for The 2016 Word Awards.

SUNTEP Student Receives National Fellowship

By: University Communications

From living on the street to becoming a passionate community member, artist and education activist, Zoey Roy is an example of positive change.

Bringing Research to the Classroom

A new in-classroom laboratory approach by College of Education researchers Laureen McIntyre and Laurie Hellsten promises to provide a real-world look at assessment and teaching str...

Tim Hortons Coming to College of Education

Message from Culinary Services