Bringing Indigenous Perspectives to Polar Bear Research

When Brady Highway first arrived in Churchill, Manitoba in November 2013 to begin a new position with Parks Canada, it was the morning after a polar bear attacked and seriously inj...

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ENVS 828 - Compressed Course in Catchment Hydrology

This course will introduce graduate students and professionals to the principles of stable isotope chemistry applied to environmental research in the hydrosphere and biosphere.

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Immersion in place

Mitacs Acclerate student Tegan Brock shares her experience working with Lac La Ronge Indian Band and SaskPower.

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U of S ranked #1 academic institution in Canada for water resources

According to the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities, the U of S is number one in Canada, number six in North America and number 18 in the world for water resources.

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Class of Fall 2017

Congratulations to the latest scholars to join the SENS alumni community, including our first ever Master of Water Security graduates.

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Redberry Biosphere Review

MES candidate Ashleigh Duffy is the SENS correspondent for the Redberry Biosphere Review newsletter

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Alumna Shannon Dyck wins Rob Dumont Energy Management Award

on October 4 at the Rob Dumont Energy Management Awards, MES alumna Shannon Dyck and her husband Mike Nemeth won the Leadership Award for their housing development Radiance Co-hous...

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Congratulations to our Spring 2017 graduates

Today, SENS students received their diplomas at the U of S Spring Convocation ceremonies. We are extremely proud of our graduates and extend congratulations on this tremendous ache...

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Shannon Dyck, MES'12, profiled in Beyond the Bowl

Shannon Dyck, MES'12, was featured in the U of S Alumni Association's March profile. Shannon is an environmental co-ordinator for the City of Saskatoon, local artist, and volunteer...

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