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U of R receives $9.3M grant to deliver a new program in creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship

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2SLGBTQIA+ financial aid

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U of R receives $9.3M grant to deliver a new program in creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship

The federal funding will allow the Hill and Levene Schools of Business to develop a free, online program available to students across the country.

2SLGBTQIA+ financial aid

These scholarships, bursaries, and micro-grants are designed to support an inclusive environment for 2SLGBTQIA+ students.

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U of R and Regina Public Library partner to give students access to entire provincial collection without ever having to leave campus.

Welcome Dr. Isabelle Dostaler, Provost and Vice-President (Academic)

Get to know the U of R’s new Provost and learn more about her role.

Three outstanding individuals to receive honorary degrees at spring convocation ceremonies

An extreme athlete, an educator and writer, and a successful business entrepreneur will receive honorary degrees at spring convocation ceremonies.

Ind-spired by the power of Education

AVP Lori Campbell’s passion for Education recognized with an Indspire award.

Donor Spotlight Senator Marty Klyne

Senator Marty Klyne talks about giving back. He and his family established the Klyne Family Award to support students pursuing a Journalism degree.

Faculty, staff, and retirees put their big hearts for students on display

The Big Hearts Family Giving appeal has wrapped up for another year – building upon the strong culture of philanthropy amongst faculty and...

Online nurse practitioner program improves health care in communities

It’s National Nursing Week and we’re showcasing our amazing Collaborative Nurse Practitioner Program (CNPP) students during their...

Failure is not an option - it’s an opportunity

The Fail UP program exposes students to the importance of failure as a natural and necessary part of learning.

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