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  1. What is Research Excellence and Innovation?

    Research Excellence and Innovation (REI), part of Office of the Vice-President of Research https://vpresearch.usask.ca/, helps researchers engage in strategic research partnerships, manage risk, and meet relevant ethics, legal and safety standards, and helps researchers turn their discoveries into solutions the world
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  2. Why does my research financial statement show that I have overspent?

    Information about why your research financial statement, also known as research activity report, might appear as being overspent. Related Articles Related issues
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  3. 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
  4. 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
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  5. How do I close out my research project?

    Both Research Acceleration and Strategic Initiatives (RASI) for grants and for contracts Research Excellence and Innovation (REI) for contracts will work … , and undertake any procedures required for termination. The closing of a research project and corresponding financial fund typically occurs when the: project has
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  6. Which Research Ethics Board Should I Submit My Project To?

    The University has established two Research Ethics Boards (REBs). The appropriate REB must approve any project involving the use of human subjects. The Biomedical Research Ethics Board (Bio-REB) is responsible for the review of all protocols involving human participants which include: Medically invasive physical
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  7. What supports are available to facilitate undergraduate research?

    The Undergraduate Research Initiative (UGR Initiative) is working to ensure the majority of University of Saskatchewan's undergraduate students can engage with research, scholarly or artistic work. Whether you are an undergraduate student seeking new challenges or a current faculty member looking to engage
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  8. How do I find an undergraduate research position?

    Undergraduate students are often hired into research positions with faculty supervisors. Related Articles Related issues
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  9. When are the Biomedical Research Ethics Submission Deadlines?

    See the table below for the Biomedical Research Ethics Board submission deadlines and meeting dates: image2020-12-10_9-30-15.png Please Note: The above … clarification as to whether your study is above minimal risk, please see How Do I Assess The Risk Level Of My Project? Questions? Contact Research Excellence
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  10. When are the Behavioural Research Ethics Submission Deadlines?

    See the document below for the Behavioural Research Ethics Board submission deadlines and meeting dates: Please Note: The above deadlines are only applicable … your study is above minimal risk, please see How Do I Assess The Risk Level Of My Project? Questions? Contact Research Excellence and Innovation (REI) at 306-966
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