Saskatchewan Polytechnic News
Cannabis use at Sask PolytechCommunications and Marketing - October 16, 2018
Cannabis smoking and consumption is prohibited on all Saskatchewan Polytechnic buildings, facilities and properties. This includes designated smoking areas. Read our Cannabis and Tobacco Use policy and procedure #719 for more information.
Bachelor of Construction Management program becomes greener with LEED Green Associate training from the Canada Green Building CouncilCommunications and Marketing - October 10, 2018
October 10, 2018 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic Bachelor of Construction Management students will now graduate with the knowledge needed to make buildings greener. Partnering with the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC), the Bachelor of Construction Management degree program will now include Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate training.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Bachelor of Construction Management degree extended to Holland College graduatesCommunications and Marketing - October 9, 2018
October 9, 2018 – By the time students graduate from Holland College’s Architectural Technology and Construction Technology and Management programs next spring, they will be able to enter the third year of the Bachelor of Construction Management program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Sask Polytech Expands Internationalization EffortsCommunications and Marketing - October 5, 2018
International student enrolment is on the rise at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. More than 600 international students study at the institution’s campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, up from 195 in the 2012-13 academic year. That number is expected to rise in the years ahead.
Ki-kinomawo, inspireCommunications and Marketing - October 4, 2018
The indigenous student experience at Sask Polytech is at the heart of the Indigenous Student Success Strategy. Indigenous students should feel welcome, inspired and empowered, but most of all they should feel like Sask Polytech is a place where they belong.
Refresh wellness appCommunications and Marketing - October 3, 2018
Nick Kochar didn’t set out to make a mental wellness app, but when he spotted an unusual tattoo on the wrist of a good friend and colleague, he got to thinking. “She showed me a tattoo on her wrist; it was a semicolon,” says, Kochar, owner of Saskatoon brand and digital marketing agency Refresh. His friend explained the punctuation mark has been embraced as a symbol of suicide and self-harm prevention.