Resources and Training

Research Resources

Like teaching, doing research has its own challenges and rewards. Here are a few resources (in no particular order) to help you function as an academic researcher.

The ORSCE has a newsletter! Subscribe to receive this great source of research news.

MRU's ORSCE Table of Typical Tri-Agency Deadlines (featuring internal and external deadlines)

University Affairs: What to do when you feel ‘just done’ by Alexander Clark and Bailey Sousa (March 2022)

Being Lazy and Slowing Down along with their article: “Being lazy and slowing down: Toward decolonizing time, our body, and pedagogy” (by Riyad Shahjahan 2014)

The Research Whisperer 

The Professor is In 

How to be a Happy Academic ( link) by Alexander Clark and Bailey Sousa

On-demand Online Resources:

Research Security


ROMEO is an effective one-stop-shop for researchers, signing authorities and reviewers, designed to streamline submission through approval processes. Users can log in to check the status of an ethics application, or start a new grant application, or complete a few review assignments.

The ROMEO User guide provides insight on how to use the platform starting from its home page navigation to learning how to submit application and event forms.

About Romeo

General information about the ROMEO Research Portal including important dates about workshops and other updates, and important how-to's.

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ROMEO User Guide

More information about the Research Portal detailing parts and techniques on how to use the platform.

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ROMEO Research Portal

Login to the ROMEO Research Portal to access applications, events, and other research related materials.



If you have any questions or require more information about ROMEO, please contact us.


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