SIAST's new president charts ambitious course for institution

August 3, 2012

The Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology will soon kick off its first capital fundraising campaign and is trying to find more space for its booming training programs, says Larry Rosia, SIAST's new president. Rosia says the institution faces a "critical space shortage" with all 4 campuses at capacity. Looking ahead, Rosia says SIAST administration is conducting a space utilization study and looking at administrative efficiencies, and raises the possibility of "program rationalization" as existing programs have to be weighed against the employment prospects for graduates. Regina Leader-Post