The University of Saskatchewan is renowned for its world-class researchers and the facilities to support their ambitions. Whether it is studying the effects of pollution on our atmosphere or developing vaccines for the health of your children, research at the U of S benefits us all. By choosing to support the research opportunities listed below, you are choosing to make a difference in the lives of people here at home and around the world.
By choosing to establish a chair or professorship, you can help us continue our excellence in research, teaching and service. Together with your support we can continue to offer chairs and professorships, attracting some of the world’s most accomplished scholars to share their knowledge with our campus.
Water security is a defining issue of our time and is an essential component of the environment, social wellbeing and our economic future. The University of Saskatchewan recognizes water security as a signature research area with potential to address this universal issue and ultimately benefit society. Through collaborative, interdisciplinary research and partnerships, the Global Institute for Water Security is developing new solutions to issues related to water quality and quantity and you can help.
The Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) builds on Saskatchewan's existing strength in crop production systems through investments in technological, economic, nutritional and environmental improvements to the food supply system at home and around the world. GIFS welcomes the opportunity to explore new partnerships and pursue research and innovation opportunities that address the increasing global demand for safe, reliable food.
What will you help discover? With a gift to The Discovery Fund, you will help provide a stable foundation of funding to advance important research breakthroughs. Direct your support to a specific area of research, or to our research initiatives with the most pressing need, and know that you are helping bring the world of discovery within reach.
As one of only a few Canadian academic programs with a focus on the issue of pesticides and human health, the U of S is uniquely positioned to be at the forefront on this national and international area of importance. Our newly endowed Chair in Pesticide Toxicology and Human Health will help bring the world of discovery to where it really matters … from fields, streams and labs to bedsides.
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