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University of Saskatchewan University of Saskatchewan


About Us:


The University of Saskatchewan Summer Student Employment Program (USTEP) has existed in some form for over two decades and continues to be a valuable resource. Beginning in 2010, a new grant-allocation model for USTEP was developed, which aims to make more effective use of available funds and administrative resources. In 2010 it became USTEP policy to provide grant allotments proportional to a college’s undergraduate population. Starting this year, thanks to key stakeholder feedback asking to improve flexibility, colleges will be able to distribute their matched grants in either $4,000 or, for the first time, in $2,000 allotments. While colleges may allocate their grant(s) however they choose, funds will presumably be distributed in ways that align with unit priorities.


It should be noted that under the new process non-college units are not eligible for USTEP grants on their own, but are eligible for USTEP funding for initiatives and projects that are done in collaboration with academic units. As a way to promote collaboration and enhance experiential learning for students, all colleges are encouraged to discuss possible partnering opportunities with non-college units. As our university prepares to celebrate 100 years of discovery in 2007, we are building on a dynamic research culture that enriches the academic experience for our students, creates new knowledge across a broad array of disciplines, and helps improve the economic, social and cultural vitality of our region and beyond.


Home to renowned research centres such as the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, the Community-University Institute for Social Research, and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization, the University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s leading research-intensive universities. Over the next decade, we will establish the U of S as one of the top 10 medical-doctoral universities in Canada and one of a select few internationally in key areas. Key to this pursuit of new and strengthened areas of pre-eminence is the talent and imagination of our researchers. We are proud of the research, scholarly and artistic accomplishments of our faculty and students, as well as the impact that they have on health care, agriculture, technology, education, environmental challenges, economics, and policy development in communities around the globe.



Collegial and Teaching Resources for Faculty:

  • Student & Academic Conduct
  • Administrative Leave Policy
  • Collegial Processes
  • The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness
  • Educational Media Access and Production (eMAP)
  • Instructor & Staff Handbook - SESD
  • Professor Emeritus Policy
  • University Council
  • University Learning Centre
  • University Standards for Promotion & Tenure
  • Instructor Computing Guide
  • E-Learning Services 

Services and Resources for Faculty & Staff:

  • Campus Safety
  • Discrimination & Harassment Prevention Services
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Educational Media Access and Production (eMAP)
  • Workplace Safety and Environmental Protection
  • Facilities Management Division
  • Faculty Club
  • Financial Services Division
  • Human Resources Division
  • On Campus News
  • Parking Services
  • Recreation Programs
  • University of Saskatchewan Media Experts
  • Faculty & Employee Awards
  • Employment Agreements
  • Webmail
  • Wireless Access

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Phone: +91-11-22378630; +91-11-22378631