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Dr. John Pomeroy received Distinguished Professorship
Posted on 2017-07-06 in News
Dr. John Pomeroy
The title of “Distinguished Professor” is meant to honour and celebrate exceptional achievement in research, scholarly, or artistic work by University of Saskatchewan faculty or emeriti. This honorary title is a lifetime ard that becomes Distinguished Professor Emeritus upon retirement.
This year Dr. John Pomeroy was chosen to recieve the title of Distinguished Professor.
"The Committee was very impressed with your many research accomplishments, and outstanding contributions to the University of Saskatchewan. Your work in the area of hydrology and global water policies is indicative of your visionary approach that has garnered you a strong reputation in your filed. Your many publications in high quality national and international journals demonstrate an excellent research program."
Job Posting - Assistant Professor in Regional and Urban Planning
Posted on 2017-10-10
full time, tenure-track position in the area of Regional and Urban Planning at the Assistant Professor level effective July 1, 2018
Yukon's Wolf Creek 'research basin' helps track and plan for climate change
Posted on 2017-10-04
A renowned climate change research area near Whitehorse is marking 25 years, and looking to the future.
Video - International Research Profile: Lucia Scaff and Sebastian Krogh , PhD Students at the University of Saskatchewan
Posted on 2017-08-14
The University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon, on the Canadian Prairies, so how it is that they are studying in the Rocky Mountains? Lucia and Sebastian study in Canmore, Alberta at the U of S Coldwater Laboratory, part of the university’s Global Institute for Water Security. The Coldwater Laboratory is part of the $143-million U of S-led international Global Water Futures program.
Pomeroy awarded John Tuzo Wilson Medal for outstanding contributions to geophysical sciences
Posted on 2017-07-11
John Pomeroy becomes the third researcher from the University of Saskatchewan to receive the Canadian Geophysical Union's greatest honour.
Should Canada have a national strategy for dealing with floods
Posted on 2017-05-11
Flooding in Ontario. CTV Your Morning interview with Dr. John Pomeroy, Director, Centre for Hydrology, University of Saskatchewan