Webmaster Help & Guidelines
The College of Arts and Science website and the Departmental and Unit websites are key elements of the Collegeʼs global communications strategy. In a highly connected, electronic age, websites provide the opportunity to reach local, national, and international audiences.
Through its website, the College can present its educational and research programs, people, news and events to a wider public audience, targeting potential students and their parents, alumni and donors, and community partners. It also provides the means to connect with another important audience comprised of faculty, staff and students of the College, as well as the campus community as a whole. It is important to note that only material suitable for a general audience is posted on the College website. Internal documents are posted on the Arts and Science tab on PAWS where they can only be accessed by faculty, staff, and students.
College websites are developed and maintained by the Webmaster with the input and guidance from the College Website Committee.
The Website Committee consists of the Collegeʼs Webmaster, IT Manager, and Director of Communications, Development and Alumni Relations (CDAR). The Committee reviews all website requests and revisions, taking into consideration IT resources, best practices in communications, and website design.
Websites are constantly under revision as material is updated and enhanced to keep up with changing needs. The Website Policies and Procedures Handbook will provide the information needed to submit a request for revisions or additions.
News & Updates
Idle No More Discussion Series - Feb & March 2013
We are lucky enough to be invited to record and document this excellent series of presentations and discussions regarding the 'Idle No More' issue. These talks will all take place in the Arts building at the UofS. Please click the link above for more info.
New Website Launch for the Physics Department - Feb. 2013
Learn about black holes, atmospheric phenomena, new materials, quarks and gluons. Investigate such phenomena as the big bang, quantum mechanical paradoxes and superconductivities. Experiment using telescopes, satellites, radar, tokamaks, synchrotron and particle accelerators. Conduct space weather observations and atmospheric ozone monitoring. These opportunities and more are available to you when you choose to major in Physics at the University of Saskatchewan. We invite you to browse our website and welcome inquires for further information.
Arts & Science Student IT web Survey Results - Feb. 2013
Arts & Science IT created an online survey that was available to all students of the College of Arts and Science from November 13th to December 3rd 2012.We designed and created a great looking presentation to summarize the results. Click the link above to view.
New Website Launch for the Chemistry Department - Jan. 2013
The Department of Chemistry and the University of Saskatchewan offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate student programs, coupled with research opportunities spanning all the major sub-disciplines of chemistry as well as a number of emerging interdisciplinary areas. We invite you to browse our website and welcome inquires for further information
New Website Pages for the Physics Machine Shop - Jan 2013
This new section gives an inside look of the Physics Machine Shop. The Machine Shop shop is operated by three highly skilled Instrument Makers experienced in machining, welding, computer design, woodworking and general craftsmanship and has been vital in many breakthroughs in research and education at the U of S for many generations. Browse through images, services, and location information in this new section.
New Website for Physics ISAS research group - Dec 2012
The study of the relationships between the sun and the earth's magnetic field and atmosphere is described as "Solar Terrestrial Physics". Studies of the atmospheres of other planets in the solar system involves the field of "Planetary astronomy". These studies are the focus of the Institute of Space and Atmospheric Studies. Learn more and browse through the new website:
New Website for the Department of History - Dec 2012
The Department of History and the University of Saskatchewan offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate student programs, coupled with research opportunities spanning all the major sub-disciplines of history as well as a number of emerging interdisciplinary areas. We invite you to browse our website and welcome inquires for further information.
New Website for the Department of Native Studies - Nov 2012
Recently we have been building awareness online towards aboriginal students. The Department of Native Studies and the University of Saskatchewan offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate student programs, coupled with research opportunities spanning all the major sub-disciplines of native Studies as well as a number of emerging interdisciplinary areas. From its multi-disciplinary foundation, Native Studies is progressively acquiring an independent and unique basis for its teaching and research. it is an evolving stand-alone field of enquiry that has, at its core, the sole focus of Aboriginal society and societies. Native Studies is bounded only by the extent of Aboriginal society and societies and not by a parent discipline, or a single methodology or ideology. We invite you to browse our website and welcome inquires for further information.