Research Assistantships and Funding

Work as an undergraduate research assistant with a USask faculty member or as part of a campus research team. As a research assistant, students gain excellent experience for future career and academic paths. (Photo: Evelyn Osorio)


Making Connections

There are many ways to connect with undergraduate research on campus, such as work, volunteer and participant opportunities. (Photo: Dave Stobbe)


Conferences provide local, national and international opportunities for students to contribute to their field of research, inspire others, and forge important networks across disciplines. (Photo: Dave Stobbe)



Competitions showcase the outstanding research, scholarly, and artistic work that takes place on and off the U of S campus. (Photo: Jason Nguyen)



Challenges, often sponsored by business, provide students with the opportunity to compete for funding, scholarships, and other opportunities while gaining hands-on experience in exploratory and applied research. (Photo: Thuy Doan)