Resources at your college

Here is a list of embedded services available to students within their colleges and within the Faculty of Arts and Science. Student support services available include: *         Learning Strategists *         Career Educators *         International Transition Advisors *         Counseline counselling services

Research Participants Needed — Child Development Research Group

The Child Development Research Group is looking for University of Toronto students to participant in a research study examining the long-term effects of parent lying. The study will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete and you will receive $5 compensation for your time. Where: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education – 252 Bloor Street West (Room 3-211, locate on the 3th floor) When: Simply email or call 416-934-4503 to book an appointment If you have any questions/concerns, email us at or call our lab at 416-934-4503.

Psychoeducation Group –The Schizophrenia Society of Ontario

Psychoeducation Group Winter 2015 The Schizophrenia Society of Ontario (SSO) is holding its seasonal psychoeducation group at UofT St. George starting Tuesday, January 26th from 6:00-8:00pm. The 4-week long group meets once per week and is organized as an educational workshop open for any student interested in learning more about mental illnesses and how to communicate better with someone who has a diagnosis. This current session is FREE for all post-secondary students in Toronto (normally a $50 registration fee). All attendees will also receive a certificate of completion from the Schizophrenia Society of Ontario. For more information, visit: Upon […]

Psychology Student Volunteer Opportunity — Hospital for Sick Children

Psychology Student Volunteer Opportunity Hospital for Sick Children Dear Psychology Students, We are seeking a senior undergraduate psychology student to volunteer as a psychology assistant in the Eating Disorder Program at the Hospital for Sick Children.  We are an interdisciplinary service providing psychosocial, medical and nutritional care to children and adolescents suffering with anorexic and bulimic forms of eating disorders across inpatient, day treatment and outpatient programs. You will be providing research and administrative support to our ongoing program evaluation initiatives.   You will be trained in test scoring and data entry of psychometric measures and other psychosocial assessments. We […]

Participants needed in the CAN-BIND study

CANBIND Study Ad.jpgOur biomarker study (CAN-BIND) offers individuals with depression (18-65 years) treatment with a widely available anti-depressant (not a trial drug). The aim is to identify biological indicators of treatment response so that sometime in the future, we might be able to figure out early what medications are more likely to work for a particular person, and make better treatment decisions. Since the study involves a lot of participant time for interviews, blood work, MRI scans, EEG, etc., there is compensation – up to $400 per patient who completes the full study. If you are interested or require further […]

Opportunity to get Published — Western Undergraduate Psychology Journal (WUPJ)

Hello Undergraduate Psychology Students! Have you written a paper during your undergraduate career that you are especially proud of? Are you interested in having your paper considered for publication? The Western Undergraduate Psychology Journal (WUPJ) is a student-run academic journal operating out of Western University. The journal, which publishes undergraduate papers relevant to the study of mind and behaviour, was established to give enthusiastic undergraduate students practice at the peer-review process and allow them to receive recognition for their hard work. Beginning this year, we are hoping to solicit submissions from U of T students. An academic journal is nothing without scholarly material, and we know that […]

Summer Internship Opportunity — Bridgeable

Bridgeable* is hiring for their annual summer internship program.   Each year, they run an internship called the Designership, which is a 16-week, full-time, paid program for students interested in applying their skills to real systemic design challenges in the GTA. In the past, their three-person teams (made up of a researcher, designer, and strategist), have worked on problems as diverse as maternal health, financial access, and food security. To answer any questions, Bridgeable will be hosting an information session from 6-8pm on January 20th, at our offices at 1179 King St. West here in Toronto. More information about that event can […]