The vice-president of the University of Saskatchewan, Debra Pozega Osburn, spent Thursday in Weyburn visiting stakeholders, business and municipal leaders and educators as she updated people about what is going on at the university.
While she was in the city, she paid a visit to Souris Valley Industries as one of the members of the business community, in between visits to MLA Dustin Duncan and Mayor Marcel Roy.
She also visited the Southeast Cornerstone School Division and spent some time with education director Lynn Little.
The purpose of the visit was to connect with local leaders to find out what ideas they have, what needs there are for education and to take any questions they might have about what the U of S is planning in the coming years.
There are currently 404 students attending the U of S from Weyburn and area. The U of S current enrolment is 25,703 students, the most ever, which includes 3,300 indigenous students and 3,403 international students from 117 countries.