2021/2022 VIRTUAL EVENT RECORDINGS
Spotlight On Green Energy Career Pathways Panel
- Hear from local professionals working in Green Energy.
- Michael Qiu – NULIFE GreenTech
- Reid Patterson – Prairie Robotics
- Mark Caplan – Prairie Lithium
Spotlight On The Arts Career Pathways Panel
- Hear from local professionals working in the Arts.
- Belinda Harrow – Sk-Arts Board
- Brittney MacFarlane – SaskMusic
- Geoff Smith – Sk-Arts Board
- Ryan Andersen – RAIS
spotlight on S.T.E.A.M. video series
Spotlight on S.T.E.A.M. Careers
- Hear from local professionals in the ever-changing field of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.
- Ryan Boghean – miEnergy
- Kirsten Marcia – Deep Earth Energy Production
- Dr. Monique Simair – Maven Water and Environment
Each segment focuses on a post-secondary program and gives you information on the school, student life, and post-graduation job prospects.
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE & BIORESOURCES
VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Are you interested in a career as a Veterinarian?
Check out these resources from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine.
Virtual Admissions Information Sessions
Virtual Tours of the Vet College & Hospital
Engineering Career Pathways Panel
- Hear from professionals in the Engineering Sector sharing their career journeys.
- Melanie Stare – Chief Mine Engineer, Nutrien
- Kailtyn Dilsner – University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering
- Justin Lewis – Mechanical/Piping Engineer, Hatch
- Brittany Chubey – Structural Engineer, Hatch
- Graeme Whitecross – CA&E Engineer, Hatch
- Craig Lytle – Electical Engineer, Hatch
Agriculture & Bioresources Career Pathways Panel
- Hear from the U of S College of Agriculture and Bioresources, Sask Polytech BioScience Technology Program, as well as a post-secondary student and an industry professional sharing their education and career journeys.
- Karen Churchill – Ag-West Bio
- Mary Stirling – College of Agriculture & Bioresources
- Blaine Chartrand – BioScience Technology Diploma Program
How do we develop vaccines for COVID-19?
- Hear from Dr. Volker Gerdts, Director and CEO of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization and International Vaccine Center (VIDO-InterVac), as he shares information about their current research and pursuit to create a vaccine for COVID-19.
Still Have Questions about Your Future?
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Ag-West Bio’s Scientists are People Too Series:
The Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization-International Vaccine Centreat the University of Saskatchewan is internationally recognized for its role in vaccine development and is one of Canada’s national sceince facilities. With 150+ interdisciplinary personnal, over $200 million in containment infrastructure, we develop vaccines and technologies that protect health.
Check out this applied research project by student research, Dhinesh Priyasamy! Harmful chemicals caused by dyes, paints, textiles (etc) are often found in natural aquatic environments (oceans, lakes, rivers). These harmful chemicals can be broken down using laccase. Laccase is an natural enzyme found in fungi. Laccase can also be produced quickly using synthetic biology.
At the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, certificate, diploma, undergraduate and post-graduate degree training are available in a wide range of specializations. The student experience is enhanced when teaching and scholarship are offered in a research-rich environment.
What is life like as a AgBio Student? At the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan you will be coached and mentored by a dedicated team of world class scholars. You will graduate with excellent, industry-endorsed scientific training and a foundation of marketable career skills.
Usask AgBio Programs – which program should i take?