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  1. Research Participant Funding Requisition

    Used to obtain funding for a research project where small honorarium payments of $100.00 or less will be provided to research participants Related articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBMar 24, 2020
  2. Request for Continuous Research fund.pdf

    Revised Sept 2019 REQUEST FOR CONTINUOUS RESEARCH FUND FORM Complete and forward this form with required attachments to the Research Services and Ethics Office (research.services@usask.ca) to request the creation of a Continuous Research Fund. Eligible internal funds must be available for transfer at the time
  3. research-participants-funding-requisition.pdf

    Research Participants Funding Requisition The purpose of this requisition is to obtain funding for a research project where small honorarium payments of $100.00 or less will be provided to research participants. Instructions: 1) For assistance in completing this form please see the guidelines
  4. Behavioural Research Ethics Board.pdf

    Version Date: Oct 2019 Behavioural Research Ethics Board Membership Roster Beh-REB Member Term Affiliation with REB UofS Affiliation Dr. Diane Martz, Chair 04 April 2019 – 31 Dec 2021 Behavioural Research Representative Yes Dr. Vivian Ramsden, Vice-Chair Academic Family Medicine 01 Aug 2005 – 31 Dec 2021 Behavioural
  5. Who is my Research Support Specialist or Contract Specialist?

    Research Support Specialists (RSSs) and Contract Specialists deliver high-level research administration support and customer service to faculty and researchers at the university. Within the Research Services and Ethics Office (RSEO), the Specialists are responsible for managing research processes, activities
    ConnectionPoint KBMar 05, 2020
  6. 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
    ConnectionPoint KBFeb 10, 2020
  7. 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
  8. Advanced Research Computing

    ICT Advanced Research Computing (ARC) provides high performance computer systems to solve complex scientific and engineering problems, and consultation services to make effective use of those systems. ARC also facilitates training and workshops, and manages the centralized Research Computing Facility (RCF). Related
    IT SupportNov 15, 2019
  9. What research facilitation support is available?

    Research facilitation promotes a vibrant and productive research culture at the University of Saskatchewan through an informal network of skilled professionals who help researchers, colleges and schools, and the institution achieve funding success and research impact. Related Articles Related issues
    ConnectionPoint KBNov 18, 2019
  10. What is the Research Computing Facility?

    Through the Research Computing Facility (RCF), ICT provide free-of-charge hosting of research computational equipment. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportNov 25, 2019