- USask Office of the Vice-President Research
- Saskatchewan Research Data Centre (SKY-RDC) is a research data platform that provides researchers, including faculty and students, access to Statistics Canada microdata master files of Canadian censuses, cross-sectional and longitudinal population and household surveys, administrative data holdings and linked data. These data can be used to investigate a wide range of demographic, social, economic and health-related topics.
- Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research (CHASR) is a unique university-based (at the University of Saskatchewan) research support and consulting service. Operating on a cost-recovery basis, CHASR regularly engages and supports academic-based researchers from a variety of disciplines, backgrounds, and institutions, government (federal, provincial, and municipal) and NGO clients, and private sector firms.
- The Centre for Forensic Behavioural Sciences and Justice Studies (CFBSJS)
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- Any research or study conducted at University facilities or undertaken by persons connected to the University, involving human subjects, animals, or biohazardous materials must be reviewed and approved by the appropriate University of Saskatchewan Research Ethics Board or Committee. More information is available on the ethics page.
- Researchers conducting human research should complete the TCPS 2 Tutorial Course on Research Ethics (CORE) (https://tcps2core.ca/welcome). The TCSS 2: CORE (Course on Research Ethics) is an introduction to the second edition of the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS 2).
- Internal review is available for select funding opportunities (including most SSHRC grants).
- Academic and institutional approval for funding applications is obtained through UnivRS prior to submission to the funding agency.