U of S film makes international waves

A short film showcasing a unique course at the University of Saskatchewan will soon be reaching international audiences.

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U of S researcher explores extreme precipitation events

In massive data downloads digested by state-of-the-art supercomputers, the mountain of evidence of the effects of climate change is making the scientific case for a troubling concl...

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Jay Familglietti to join SENS

The U of S has appointed NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory water scientist Jay Famiglietti to become its Canada 150 Research Chair in Hydrology and Remote Sensing. Jay Famiglietti wil...

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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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Student Profile: MWS candidate Palash Sanyal

Master of Water Security student Palash Sanyal has had the privilege to work with TEDTalks, WaterAid Bangladesh and Soliya. Born and raised in Dhaka, Bangladesh, he left his home c...

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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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"Becoming Water: Art and Science in Conversation" available for online viewing

A 15-minute documentary film directed by Ian Toews (291 Film Co) during a collaborative, interdisciplinary course offered by SENS professor Graham Strickert and Art History profess...

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