Job Postings

CASES Postdoctoral, PhD and Master Student Positions

The University of Saskatchewan has assembled an international and multi-sectoral partnership engaging northern and Indigenous communities from the Circumpolar North to re-imagine energy security by co-creating and brokering the knowledge, understanding, and capacity to design, implement and manage renewable energy systems that support and enhance social and economic values.

Our flagship program is driving research around identifying the social and economic value of renewable energy in northern and Indigenous communities, including identifying what the obstacles are to implementing renewable energy as part of a community’s energy mix and how to overcome those barriers.

Open positions are listed here

Conferences and Events

International Multispecies Methods Research Symposium: Intuitive Interspecies Communication

April-May 2023 (with live online events May 8-12, 2023) || Venue: Online

The precarity of this time demands a radical shift in human activity and reorientation toward the bio-systems that sustain us. Many individuals from all walks of life are recognizing that they can communicate with the natural world, and are using these skills to reorient relations and solve practical problems.

Join us for this unique event that brings together scholars, artists, Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, animal care providers, and animal communicators to share knowledge, ideas, and build a multi-sectoral (and multispecies) research community.

More information is available on the symposium website

Registration is now open

20th International Symposium on Toxicity Assessment

August 15-19, 2022 || Venue: Saskatoon, SK Canada

More information available on the ISTA 20 website

Registration is now closed

International Study


Learn about projects our faculty are willing to work with MESPOM students on.

TRANSECTS - Spring 2024 Opportunity

Fully Funded International Learning Lab

We are excited to announce our call for student applications to the 2024 TRANSECTS TILL (Transdisciplinary International Learning Lab)!

This is an opportunity for students to come together to learn about sustainability in international, transdisciplinary teams in UNESCO biosphere reserves.

Participants will receive a monthly stipend and travel/accommodation expenses will be covered.

Application deadline: October 15, 2023

Where: Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Region (MABR), British Columbia, Canada. 

When: April 22- May 3, 2024 (online), and May 8-June 16, 2024 (in MABR).

For more information, view this flyer and visit the TILL page to learn more about TRANSECTS, the upcoming orientation event, and how to apply. 

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