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  1. What do Compute Canada and WestGrid offer to University researchers?

    Compute Canada and WestGrid offer University of Saskatchewan researchers access to HPC clusters, research data storage and collaboration and visualisation facilities. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportNov 25, 2019
  2. Offer Letter Request Templates

    ConnectionPoint can create many of the offer letters for your prospective employees. Alternatively, in some cases, you may also create your own using the templates provided. Select the group below to view your options for the offer letter you wish to generate. Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBFeb 11, 2020
  3. Do I need to submit research Letters of Intent funding applications in UnivRS?

    Often, external agencies require a Letter of Intent (LOI) before a full application is submitted. Details Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBJan 22, 2019
  4. Scientific Research Software

    ICT Research Computing offers a variety of software packages that cover a broad range of researchers' needs: for example, data analysis, simulations, symbolic transforms, graphing, mapping, statistics, surveys, lab notebooks. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportFeb 12, 2020
  5. When should I create a new research funding application in UnivRS?

    As a general rule, all research funding applications to external agencies need to be submitted through the university's UnivRS system for academic and institutional review and approval before submission to the Funder. Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBJan 22, 2019
  6. Who is eligible to hold and administer research funds at the university?

    If you are a recipient of research funding (Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator), to hold funds under your name you must be eligible under the criteria outlined in the university Eligibility to Apply for, Hold and Administer Research Funding Policy. Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBJan 29, 2019
  7. What is a research agreement?

    A research agreement refers to a research contract or research grant. These agreements are negotiated between the Funder and the Research Services and Ethics Office (RSEO), on behalf of the university in consultation with the Principal Investigator (PI). Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBJan 22, 2019
  8. Letters of Support for grant applications

    will often be required from collaborators and those providing monetary and/or in-kind support, including industry partners and the applicant’s department/college/institution. Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBNov 18, 2019
  9. Can I Make Changes To My Project After Ethics Approval Has Been Granted?

    An Amendment Form must be completed for all revisions to your approved study including changes to research personnel (PI, sub-I, student), sponsor … the Research Services and Ethics Office https://wiki.usask.ca/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=1416986820 (RSEO) at 306-966-2975 or ethics.office@usask.ca mailto
    ConnectionPoint KBAug 29, 2019
  10. What is Plato?

    Plato is a Linux-based, heterogeneous, high-performance computing (HPC) cluster designed to support University research projects. It is also used for training highly-qualified personnel on advanced research computing techniques. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportSep 24, 2019