Calling all upper year psychology students! Interested in developing your leadership skills or getting involved with the psychology community? Then consider becoming a mentor for the Psychology Students’ Association mentorship program!
The aim of the program is to connect upper year psychology students with first year students interested in psychology to facilitate their transition into university life. As a mentor, your duties will enlist your expertise as a psychology student by helping your mentees navigate through their psychology program and general university concerns. Due to the fact that this is a mentorship program, you will not be expected to tutor your mentees in course-related affairs.
Important: You will have the option to receive a CCR credit if you undergo mentorship training and fully meet the requirements. If you are thinking to receive a CCR credit, please register for all three sessions of the Mentorship Foundational Trainings on this website: http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/mpp/mentor-development. The Multi-Day Options are still available in October, so make sure to register as soon as possible! More details will be sent out shortly regarding other requirements to receive a CCR credit.
To apply, please fill out the form provided below. The deadline to apply is October 6th at 11:59 pm. Thoughts, comments, questions? Send us an email at email@example.com We look forward to your application!
MENTOR APPLICATION LINK: https://goo.gl/forms/hOyz1wovwGCxndd22
PSA Academic Committee
IF YOU ARE INTERSTED IN GAINING SOME RESEARCH EXPERIENCE AND CAN SPEAK ANY
OF THE FOLLOWING LANGAUGES, THIS POSITION IS FOR YOU!
- Pashto and/or Dari
- Hindi and/or Kashmir
COME JOIN DR. GEVA’S SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING LAB AT OISE!
INTERESTED APPLICANTS PLEASE EMAIL: EMILY AT ESAFRONS@GMAIL.COM
(This will be a short-term commitment; reference letters will be provided!)
Are you enrolled in a science program? Think UofT has the best science faculty in Ontario? Want to represent UofT? Then come compete in the Ontario Science Games!
What are the Ontario Science Games?
The Ontario Science Games (OSG) is an annual University competition that takes place in McMaster. The competition involves schools from across Ontario to compete in academic, athletic and school spirit oriented events in order to determine which University has the best science students in Ontario!
This year, the OSG 2017 has invited UofT to form a delegation to go compete.
Here is your chance!
What are the details?
OSG 2017 will be taking place March 3-5 at McMaster University in Hamilton. A delegation made up of 20 science students (19+) will go and represent their respective Universities. The delegate fee for each student is $110 and includes registration, accommodation at the Homewood Suites by Hilton, 3
meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), transportation around Hamilton, team shirts, equipment for the events and access to after hours social and networking events like a Club Night, Cocktail reception and semi formal! An entire weekend of fun!
How do I sign up?
1) Email the Undergraduate Earth Sciences Association at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name, student number, program and a short paragraph describing
yourself/why you want to come
2) Hand in the delegate fee to our OSG Coordinator Michael Lopez in person
and sign our registration form in the Earth Sciences student lounge ES 2117
(Email us for dates/times to sign up)
3) Complete both tasks above by Tuesday, January 31st @12pm
Event details and itinerary can be found in the “Delegate Brochure” in the photoset below.
Arts & Science UTSG students from all Science backgrounds are welcome sign up! Don’t miss out on your chance to represent UofT!
Any questions can be directed to UESA President and OSG Coordinater Michael Lopez at email@example.com
The Wisdom and Identity Lab, under the supervision of Dr. Michel Ferrari at OISE, University of Toronto, seeking volunteer Research Assistants! Volunteers will assist with a multinational, interdisciplinary research project on Motivation and Virtue across different faiths, nationalities, and age groups. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain familiarity with mixed methods research, cross-cultural studies, and phenomenological psychology. Our immediate need is for transcriptionists, but volunteers will also assist with transcript coding and participant recruitment.
Ideally, applicants should:
- Be in good academic standing
- Be able to commit at least 6 hours a week until Spring 2017 (with flexibility allowed week to week)
- Be able to work both independently and as part of a team
- Have good problem solving abilities
- Have strong English language skills. Knowledge of foreign languages an asset, but not necessary
- Applicants will be expected to reply to lab communications within 48 hours
Interested applicants should send a CV, unofficial transcript, and brief statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. An interview will follow successful applications.
Applications are due February 3rd, 2017. Late submissions will be accepted and considered, but not prioritized!
The Wisdom and Identity Lab Team
The Call for Abstracts for the upcoming Collaborative Mental Health Care Conference is closing very soon.
Please visit the link below for more information.
Are you a PSY100 student?
Are you competitive?
And most importantly… do you want Dr. Dolderman to quiz you in an exam review?
if your answer is yes to all…GOOD!
Sign up here for the 2016 Dr. Freud Competition! The PSA will help you PSY100 students revise for your final exam in a fun, competitive environment. The competition will be held in jeopardy style and Dr. Dolderman will be our guest host.
All you have to do is find 4 friends to sign up as a group of 5. Are you applying solo? That’s alright, because we’ll sort you into a group!
Refreshments will be provided.
All applications are first come, first served so round up your friends asap!
SIGN UP LINK: https://goo.gl/forms/
Check out our Facebook Event here
Psychotherapy, Counselling, and Drop-In ServicesAt the OISE Psychology Clinic, psychological services are provided by graduate students under the supervision of registered psychologists. Graduate students from two programs offer regular, ongoing services at the Clinic. The Counselling & Clinical Psychology program offers services to adults and older adolescents. The School & Clinical Child Psychology program offers services to children and youngeradolescents.Registered U of T students pay $10 per counselling session, and the fees are covered in full under the U of T Benefits Plan, up to $500 per year. For non-students, and services not otherwise covered, we offer a flexible payment plan and a sliding scale fee designed with your needs in mind. Some of the costs for your psychological services at the OISE Clinic may be paid by your extended health care plan. To determine this, inquire with your own health plan.To get more information or to arrange an appointment, call 416-978-0654 or visit our website http://oise.utoronto.
ca/psychservices/. Though referrals are not required, we do accept referrals from psychologists, school personnel, physicians, and other mental health professionals.We also offer Drop-In and Crisis Counselling Hours on weekdays:The OISE Psychology Clinic is located at 252 Bloor St W between Bedford & St George St, Suite 7- 296.