The BioScientific Undergraduate Research Publication (BSURP)

 ***Submission Deadline for BSURP 2022 Extended to June 19th!***

Did you work on an interesting research project that you want people to know about? The BSA is accepting submissions for the 2021-22 BSURP! BSURP began in 2020-21 as a way to feature undergraduate researchers and highlight their work. It not only serves to recognize the amazing work done by BioSci undergrads, but also gives prospective student researchers insight into research from the perspective of their fellow students!

To submit your research summary, fill out the Submission Template (provided below) and the Submission Form. Please ensure that you read the submission guidelines thoroughly before submitting your application; incomplete or incorrectly formatted submissions will not be accepted or will be sent back for revision. 

 

Criteria for BSURP: 

  • the researcher must be a BSA member

  • the research being submitted must have taken place no earlier than May 2021

  • at the time the research was conducted, the researcher must have been a Biological Sciences student at the University of Calgary (research from departments outside of Biological Sciences may be submitted, as long as a co-supervisor within the department is identified)

BSURP 2022 will be published at the start of Fall 2022. Applications will close on *extended* June 19th, 2022 at 11:59pmFeel free to email us with any questions at contact@bsaucalgary.ca 

What is BSURP?

 

The BSURP is a collection of professional research summaries detailing projects that University of Calgary Biological Sciences undergraduate students have conducted. The University of Calgary is a top 5 research university and provides many students with the opportunity to enrich their degrees and gain valuable experience in a laboratory environment. 

 

The BSA started the BSURP during the 2020-21 year to highlight the amazing research done by Biological Sciences students, both within the Biological Sciences department and in other departments within the university. Projects covered a diverse range of innovative and inspiring topics. The goal of BSURP is not only to share the accomplishments of fellow students, but also to give other students insight into what research is about and encourage them to get involved! 

A massive thank you to everyone who submitted their research for the 2020-21 BSURP! Read it below, or hit the button to download.