USURJ: University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Research Journal

USURJ is an open access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal featuring original artwork and scholarly articles by University of Saskatchewan undergraduate students.  All submissions are reviewed by established experts in a relevant field. The journal is supported by the Office of the VP, Research and the University Library, including the Writing Centre.

2018-2019 Best Paper Prizes


The Best Paper Prize was established to recognize top-quality undergraduate research articles published in USURJ in the past year. The judging panel is composed of three USask faculty from various disciplines and one USask graduate student. First place: Kayla Arisman's "Let's Talk About Sex: A Three-Way Comparison of Government-Sanctioned Prostitution." Runners up: Branden Neufeld "The Dire Consequences of Specializing on Large Herbivores" and Olenka Kawchuk "Children of Heaven: A Bioarchaeological Review of the Inca Capacocha Mummies."


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Vol 5 No 2 (2019): Fall 2019

Published: 2019-04-18

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