Applied Research Student Showcase
Join us in celebrating our students’ game-changing ideas.
View the 2021 Applied Research Student Showcase awards presentation below!
2021 Applied Research Student Showcase Winners
Health and Social
Dan Richert, Geographic Information Science – certificate
Mapping opioid addiction and opioid-related deaths in Saskatchewan.
Breana Muller, Medical Laboratory Technology – diploma
PCR use for blood culture samples to promote antimicrobial stewardship.
Hariharan Rajendra, Business – diploma
Addressing moral distress on the frontlines: the ethical challenges police officers are experiencing due to COVID-19.
Jonah Sutter, Geographic Information Science – certificate
Using GIS to help reduce response times to rural emergencies
Scott Lee, Civil Engineering Technologies – diploma
Exterior slab mix design with slag replacement comparison
Tory Frankl and Lauren Lukan, Integrated Resource Management – diploma
Growing Black Spruce seeds (picea mariana) in three biochar inoculations
Kelsey Knipple, Psychiatric Nursing
Policing mental dealth: a psychiatric nursing perspective in crisis intervention
2020 Applied Research Student Showcase Winners
Bradley Weir, Geographic Information Science
Fuel Type Updating
Andrew Ashton, Electronic Systems Engineering Technology
Cribbage for Persons with Reduced Vision
Benno Unger, Electronics Systems Engineering Technology
Car Parking Sensor
Andrew Brittner, Environmental Engineering Technology
Development of a Project Geographic Information System (GIS) for the former Husky Refinery Site in Moose Jaw
Edward LaFayette, Architectural Technologies
Integrating a "living machine" into a building design.
Sask Polytech faculty, researchers and students collaborate with employers on applied research projects. These projects take many forms including product development, process design, technology adoption and proof of concept. Using state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and faculty expertise Sask Polytech delivers solutions and helps industry to capture new opportunities. Intellectual property for all applied research projects is retained by industry, creating more incentive for future creative engagement and ongoing collaboration.
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