Undergraduate Research

Creating new knowledge is a professional skill; it can be taught, learned and practiced. We support undergraduate students at the University of Saskatchewan to have a meaningful research, scholarly or artistic experience.

SURE: Student Undergraduate Research Experience

SURE is a co-curricular program supporting student skill development in three areas: communication; research technical, safety and ethics management; and professional/entrepreneurial development. (Photo: Jason Nguyen)

Opportunities and Funding

Participate in various research and learning activities, find funding for assistantships, attend events, and find information about current research challenges, competitions, and conferences. (Photo: Evelyn Osorio)

Student Research Stories


Faculty Research Stories


FYRE: First Year Research Experience

Take first-year courses where research is part of the curriculum. (Photo: Almos Bechtold)

Tales and Trials of Research Podcast

Undergraduate Research Blog


MentorSTEP: Indigenous Women in STEM

MentorSTEP was a two-year pilot program that supported a closer connection between Indigenous women interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and Saskatchewan's mining community. (Photo: Carey Shaw). It finished in 2021 and is transitioning to the new STEM+ initiative. 

Research Resources and Tools

Find links to helpful resources and tools to support you on your undergraduate research journey from across USask. (Photo: David Stobbe)

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