Proceedings of Manitoba's Undergraduate Science and Engineering Research



Positions with PMUSER available:



If you are currently in a science- or engineering-related field consider becoming a reviewer for PMUSER. The peer-review process is the foundation behind scientific publications and serves an excellent opportunity to exercise your writing skills and improve critical thinking. 


These are unique opportunities that look great on the CV, and would be extremely beneficial to any graduate or professional school applications. For application forms and questions please email Jonathan Challis at

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PMUSER 2017 Call for Submissions


If you are an undergraduate student who has done research during your degree, we encourage you to submit to the PMUSER 2017 Issue. 


PMUSER is now accepting original research and review article submissions for the 2017 issue.

Please submit your paper as soon as possible. We will be reviewing submissions on a rolling basis.

In order to submit, you should:

  1. Complete and send the Advisor Consent and Release Form to

  2. Register as an Author and upload your submission. Include the names, emails, and affiliations of all co-authors.

Research and Review Paper Formatting: Please follow the submission guidelines.

Please email Jonathan Challis (Editor-in-Chief) at with any questions.

The submission deadline for PMUSER has been extended to July 5th for review and research articles.  Please consider submitting your honours thesis for publication in the 2017 issue.

Also, for the first time this year, PMUSER will be giving out a Best Paper Award! Submissions will be evaluated based on comments from peer-review and judgement by the editorial staff. The student author of the best paper will receive a $200 cash prize!


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Resources for Volunteers:


 Co-Curricular Record (CCR):

Volunteers that serve on the Editorial Board will be given a CCR notation for their contribution and participation with the PMUSER journal. Note: A minumum of 10 hours of volunteering is required for the CCR recognition. This notation is only available to U of M students although students of other academic institutes will be recognized for their contribution in the journal.

Please email Jonathan Challis for application forms.

Editorial and Publishing Process


The Task of the Referee

Peer-Review Guidelines


Writing Papers

Submission Guidelines

Posted: 2015-12-10
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