Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS), University of Saskatchewan announced at least 10 awards valued each at $45,000 per year (up to 3 years) for Canadian and international students entering graduate studies at the University of Saskatchewan.
The University of Saskatchewan-led Global Water Futures (GWF) program has funded 11 initial research projects across Canada totaling nearly $16.2 million over the next three years to tackle some of Canada’s most pressing water-related challenges.
Howard Wheater has been awarded the University of Saskatchewan’s highest honour for research, the Distinguished Researcher Award, during a convocation ceremony June 8.
John Pomeroy becomes the third researcher from the University of Saskatchewan to receive the Canadian Geophysical Union's greatest honour.
CANMORE, AB – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is hosting the grand opening of its new Coldwater Laboratory in Canmore as part of its Global Water Futures program which aims to provide solutions to water-related challenges in an era of increasing climate uncertainty and extreme events.
New Coldwater Laboratory to expand accommodate twenty scientists
The Associate Program Director of Global Water Futures is criticizing a decision to allow people who lost their homes during the fire in Fort McMurray, Alta., to rebuild on a known flood plain
John Pomeroy, The Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change, was featured alongside several other panelists at Under the Western Skies, a biennial conference on the environment
The Sept. 6 announcement of $77.8M in funding for the Global Water Futures project — the largest university-led water research program ever funded worldwide and the most sizeable award ever granted to the U of S — has been met with enthusiastic coverage from both local and national media. A complete breakdown of articles published since the announcement can be found below, and will be updated as more become available.