Each year, WCVM faculty and staff present some of the latest information and research discoveries at conferences organized by livestock or breed associations, sport organizations or wildlife groups. When important health issues arise in the region, the college also plays a key role in organizing information meetings or distributing fact sheets that provide science-based answers to the public's questions and concerns.
2021 EquineED Talks
Boost your understanding of equine health issues — right in the comfort of your own home! Join us for each instalment of the virtual EquineED Talks, featuring speakers from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine’s (WCVM) equine clinical team.
The 75-minute sessions will take place from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m. on alternate Tuesday evenings between Feb. 23 to April 20, 2021. The WCVM’s equine health seminar series is open to everyone in the horse community. While there is no cost to attend, please register in advance!
SCI-FI Vet Med Camps
Is your child crazy about animals? Do you know someone who dreams of becoming a veterinarian? The University of Saskatchwan's SCI-FI Vet Med Camps are a wonderful option!
These one-week summer day camps, which happen every July and August, give students in Grades 5 to 12 a chance to explore the amazing connections between science and the world of veterinary medicine. Each camp is full of hands-on activities and intriguing animal health projects plus plenty of opportunities to meet animals of all shapes and sizes.
USask SCI-FI Science Camps organize and co-ordinate the Vet Med Camps in partnership with the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM). Each year, SCI-FI Science Camps employs several WCVM veterinary students as counsellors who help to plan the annual camps' curriculum and lead the weekly camps along with other SCI-FI employees.
For more details, click on the buttons below. Registration for the annual SCI-FI summer camps opens on March 1. Bursaries in support of young Indigenous students are also available each year.