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  1. Request to Transfer Internal Funding to a CRF 2019.pdf

    F REQUEST to TRANSFER INTERNAL FUNDS to a CONTINUOUS RESEARCH FUND Please forward the completed form with signatures Complete and forward this form the Research Services and Ethics Office (research.services@usask.ca) to request the approval for the transfer of internal funding to a Continuous Research Fund (CRF
  2. Funded Research Application Internal Review Process

    The U of S Internal Review Program is open to all researchers applying to selected funding opportunities. This program is a strategic investment in U of S researcher success and supports institutional aims to encourage and facilitate research excellence. The U of S Internal Review Program aims to provide high quality
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  3. What are the university's internal deadlines for external research funding applications?

    Research Services and Ethics Office (RSEO) requires the complete, finalized funding application be submitted and academically approved in UnivRS by the internal deadline of 5 business days prior to the funding agency deadline. Please ensure to contact your Research Facilitator to determine if there are any additional
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  4. What is a Continuous Research Fund (CRF)?

    The primary purpose of a Continuous Research Fund is to consolidate residual funds that are intended to be used for research. Related Articles Related issues
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  5. How do I request that a new fund be created?

    To request a new fund be set up in banner, use the application form below. Related Articles Related issues
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  6. How do I create and submit a research funding application in UnivRS?

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  7. How do I get a new research fund set up?

    Please contact the Research Services and Ethics office (RSEO) if you require a new research financial fund (CFOPAL) for an awarded grant (internal or external) or a negotiated research contract agreement. Related Articles Related issues
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  8. Am I eligible to apply for research funding?

    Eligibility to apply for both external and internal research funding is determined by the university member's position and assigned duties as well as the funder's requirements. Related Articles Related issues
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  9. How do I find out about research funding opportunities?

    The University’s primary method of communication to researchers is through listservs. Listservs send notifications about funding opportunities, agency and internal deadlines, U of S hosted conference and workshops. Related Articles Related issues
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  10. How can I sub-contract or transfer research funding between researchers or institutions?

    The Research Services and Ethics Office (RSEO) is responsible for drafting/approving transfers of funding and sub-contract agreements internally between U of S researchers and externally to/from other institutions. Related Articles Related issues
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