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  • Nebah ho?á, welcome

    Nebah ho?á, welcome - Situated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is committed to enhancing the student experience and removing barriers to success through the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. Sask Polytech’s overarching goal is to continue to increase recruitment, retention and success of Indigenous students across all our programs.

  • Biktrix

    Biktrix - You might call it The Hulk project: create an electric bike that’s a mild-mannered commuter that transforms into an off-road beast when things get gnarly.

  • The virtual coach

    The virtual coach - As a physiotherapist, coach and trainer, Bruce Craven’s prescriptions depend on repetition – performing the right motions, in the right way, at the right speed until they become second nature. “It’s a person doing a skill with purpose, then receiving feedback to tell them whether they are achieving that goal,” says Craven of Craven SPORT Services in Saskatoon. The company serves a wide range of clients, from Olympic athletes to people wanting to enjoy pain-free gardening or be able to play with their kids.

  •  Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partner on safety training

    Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partner on safety training - August 22, 2018 – Starting this September, the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is providing Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s School of Construction students with Safety Construction Orientation Training (SCOT®) at no cost. SCOT is recognized throughout the Saskatchewan construction industry as a base safety orientation in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic eco car finishes second at international competition

Saskatchewan Polytechnic eco car finishes second at international competition

Communications and Marketing - July 10, 2018

July 11, 2018 – Competing against students from around the world, Saskatchewan Polytechnic finished second at the Shell Eco-marathon Drivers’ World Championship in London, England, July 8, 2018.

tags: News, School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing, Economic and social prosperity, Pursuing excellence


Paul Charette receives honorary diploma at Regina convocation

Paul Charette receives honorary diploma at Regina convocation

Communications and Marketing - June 25, 2018

Paul Charette has more than 50 years of experience in construction and engineering, and has served as the chair of the board of Bird Construction Inc. since 2001. Charette graduated with a diploma in Civil Technology from Red River College in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in June 1967.

tags: News, Convocation, Regina, Pursuing excellence


Celebrating excellence in teaching and applied research

Celebrating excellence in teaching and applied research

Communications and Marketing - June 22, 2018

Convocation is not only a time to celebrate the success of our students, it is an opportunity to recognize the contributions of our faculty members. Through the Faculty Award for Excellence: Teaching and Applied Research Award of Excellence we acknowledge outstanding faculty members who go above and beyond.

tags: News, Convocation, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, Pursuing excellence


Welding students showcase their work at Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre

Welding students showcase their work at Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre

Communications and Marketing - June 21, 2018

New steel gates and a bridge were recently constructed by students from Sask Polytech’s Welding program at Prince Albert Campus. The gates and bridge will be put to good use at Hannin Creek, an educational and research facility just north of Prince Albert located on Candle Lake.

tags: Applied Research, Prince Albert, School of Construction, School of Natural Resources and Built Environment, Pursuing excellence


Saskatchewan Polytechnic Indigenous Student Success Strategy launch

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Indigenous Student Success Strategy launch

Communications and Marketing - June 18, 2018

June 19, 2018 - Situated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is committed to enhancing the student experience and removing barriers to success through the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. For Sask Polytech, this means we must integrate Indigenous ways of being, knowing, teaching and learning in everything we do.

tags: News, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Pursuing excellence


Sask Polytech launches new Indigenous Student Success Strategy - miyo wahkohtowin

Sask Polytech launches new Indigenous Student Success Strategy - miyo wahkohtowin

Communications and Marketing - June 18, 2018

Situated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Sask Polytech is committed to the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. For Sask Polytech, this means we must integrate Indigenous ways of being, knowing, teaching and learning in everything we do.

tags: News, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Pursuing excellence


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