MacEwan University recognizes that faculty and student involvement in research, scholarly activity and creative achievement is an important contributor to teaching excellence and student learning. Faculty and students mutually benefit through maintaining high-quality research programs and student engagement in research, scholarly and creative activity.
The university welcomes collaborations with other researchers, community and industry partners in the pursuit of knowledge, its application and transfer.
Discover faculty research
Search and discover faculty and student works in MacEwan University's institutional repository, Research Online at MacEwan (RO@M).
USRI Grant conference awards
New for Fall 2017, there will be a call for USRI Grant Conference awards.
Applications are due November 1, 2017. Send completed forms to email@example.com
The Office of Research Services (ORS) launched a new electronic system, ROMEO, to manage all human and animal research ethics submissions.
The general process and requirements for submitting your ethics application will remain the same. However, instead of downloading the application form and emailing the information to the ethics board, you will now use only the online system to complete and submit the ethics application.
If you already have an active ethics protocol, it has been uploaded into the system on your behalf by the ORS. You will be able to sign in to see all your currently active studies, and submit your modifications, renewals or study closures through the system, all in one spot.
MacEwan faculty or staff: use your MacEwan login information to sign in to the ROMEO research portal.
Students or external researchers: first register for an account. Then use this same link to login.