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"According to Darwin’s Origin of Species, it is not the most intellectual of the species that survives; it is not the strongest that survives; but the species that survives is the one that is able best to adapt and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself."

-Leon C. Megginson

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Situated in the heart of the Canadian prairies on Treaty 4 territory and the homeland of the Métis people, the Faculty of Science aspires to be a premier postsecondary academic unit, recognized for the significance, novelty, and impact of its research, and for the quality, relevance, and currency of its academic programs. We value excellence in research and scholarly pursuits, high-quality teaching, enthusiasm for discovery, cooperation and collaboration, community engagement, and service.

The Faculty of Science has nearly 1800 undergraduate and graduate students in academic programs leading to Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees, as well as a number of diplomas and certificates. Our work is supported by nearly ninety permanent academic staff and more than thirty administrative and scientific staff. For new, prospective, or returning students, our team in Science Student Services is knowledgeable and friendly, and can assist you with any questions you may have about your studies or our programs.

We invite you to use these webpages to further explore the Faculty of Science: our programs, our research, and our people.

Science News

Oliveira underscores that his accomplishment was only possible thanks to the amazing support he received from the U of Regina’s Faculty of Graduate Studies and faculty members within the Department of Computer Science.

CS Student wins CAIAC Award

Jhonatan Oliveira of the Department of Computer Science has emerged the winner of the 2020 award for his research and doctoral dissertation titled On the Development of Deep Convolutional Sum-Product Networks. Full story here

Dr. Kerri Finlay Endorsed by The  Board of Governors For Strategic Plan

Congratulations to Dr. Kerri Finlay, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology, as the lead facilitator in the development process of the upcoming University of Regina Strategic Plan.