School of Natural Resources and Built Environment News
Applied research and education for sustainable development celebrated with Regional Centre of Expertise awardsCommunications and Marketing - May 10, 2017
Applied research and education for sustainable development celebrated with Regional Centre of Expertise awards Two Saskatchewan Polytechnic projects receive awards for sustainable development May 10, 2017 – This spring two Saskatchewan Polytechnic projects received awards from the Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Saskatchewan on Education for Sustainable Development. RCE Saskatchewan celebrated 25 projects at their 9th annual recognition awards.
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Technology Career Fair connects Sask Polytech students with employersCommunications and Marketing - November 2, 2016
November 2, 2016 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s fourth annual Technology Career Fair was held at the Moose Jaw campus today. Employers connected with more than 500 students in technology-based programs offered from the Schools of Construction; Information and Communications Technology; Mining, Energy and Manufacturing; and Natural Resources and Built Environment.
Collaboration idea takes flightCommunications and Marketing - April 4, 2016
A University of Regina engineering class, focussed on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), is helping lay the groundwork for further collaborations between the U of R and Saskatchewan Polytechnic. The class, ENIN 495, teaches the theory, mechanics, construction and control of quadcopters, which are unmanned aerial vehicles.
Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in ScienceCommunications and Marketing - February 11, 2016
Identifying dragonfly nymphs or sequencing DNA is Leila Benmerrouche's idea of a good time. For her, a career in the sciences is more than just lab work - it's about being a part of something bigger than she could imagine.