The Undergraduate Journal of Exercise Science (UJES) is currently accepting submissions for the 2018 Issue. Students can submit their work from research courses or class assignments. UJES accepts 12 different types of articles including: original research, reviews, case reports, interviews, and commentaries/perspectives. Please refer to our Submission Guidelines for more information or visit our website. The deadline for submission is February 28, 2018. UJES is the first open-source, peer-reviewed, student-run journal in the area of exercise science that offers free submissions and access to articles. For specific inquires, please send an email to editor-in-chief@ujes.ca

LeadHERship Conference

LeadHERship is a women’s leadership event where students, alumni, faculty and administration come together to enjoy food, network and foster mentor-mentee relationships. Join us for an afternoon where students, staff, faculty and community members will engage and learn about more inclusive and holistic notions of leadership, what’s happening on campus and interesting facts and endeavors through connecting with other women. Students will also discuss their personal leadership style and ways in which they are affected or enhanced by gender. After partaking in LeadHERship’s 2018 discussion exploring community-building, allyship and support, continue to embrace the theme of “Women in Leadership: A Thriving […]

Call for Submissions!

The YU-CARE Trainee Association Presents the 2nd Biennial Symposium in: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Aging: Advancing Research and Careers May 18th, 2018 York University Understanding issues in aging and geriatrics is of precedence in our current society with a rapidly aging population. Multiple factors have an impact on the health and quality of life for older adults. In this symposium, students will learn and discuss issues related to health and well-being in older adulthood. Attendees of the symposium will learn about the bio-psycho-social elements of aging and late life development. The symposium will also provide opportunities for trainees in the field […]

Join the PSA Team!

Interested in joining the PSA executive team? Missed our general meeting? Check out the slides below for more information! See GM slides for information on PSA committees and election guidelines: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tWC5oN_A8nfsfUopv-8o11efmJeBk8G88TtQujAUZuo/edit?usp=sharing   Fill and download nomination form with the document below!   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eVpt1nX2U44ezqZHhctBxRm5CSbUhGcga6AWq6HTIjU/edit?usp=sharing

PSY220/PSY270 Facilitator Program

Calling all third/fourth year psychology students! Interested in solidifying your knowledge and getting involved with the psychology community? Then, consider becoming a facilitator for the Psychology Students’ Association facilitator program! The aim of this program is to connect upper year psychology students who have already taken PSY220 or PSY270 with students currently enrolled in those courses. As a facilitator, you will be working alongside the professor while enlisting your expertise as a psychology student by holding writing workshops. These workshops are meant to give 2nd year students a sense of direction in their writing assignments. You will also be expected […]

Summer Research Opportunity

Multi-Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program (MOTSRTP)/Advanced Student Placement in Research Education (ASPIRE) will be hosting an open house session for interested students wishing to partake in our program during the 2018 summer and 2018-19 fall/winter sessions. This pioneering and comprehensive training program for senior high school, undergraduate/graduate students consisting of formal seminars, discussion forums and direct health/research experience, would provide an overview for students in enabling them to gain a general understanding in the area of clinical research and apply the knowledge gained in research-related tasks to the field of transplantation and overall patient care. Over the course of […]

Psychology Recruitment Event

Looking for work in the financial field after you graduate? Interested in an internship? Come to the Psychology Department’s Recruitment Event. For 3rd and 4th year psychology undergraduates with a focus on female students. When: Friday, March 2, 2018, 10-11:30 A.M. Where: The Psychology Lounge, Room 4043, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street Guest Speaker: Mr. Frank Ieraci, Managing Director of the Active Fundamental Equities team at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB). Description: Frank Ieraci and his leadership team are seeking candidates for internships and full-time positions at CPPIB with a focus on increasing recruitment diversity in an attempt to […]

Faculty of Arts and Science Self-Study Sessions

This year the Faculty of Arts & Science is under review as part of the Provost Office’s standard quality assurance review cycle, and we need your help to tell our story. The Arts & Science self-study document is the main reference text for the review. It highlights who we are, what we’ve accomplished over the past five years, and where we’re making improvements. In putting this together, I would greatly appreciate your feedback as part of an open discussion and information session. In general, I would like to meet you and learn more about your experience at UofT, your suggestions, […]

Volunteer Research Assistants Needed

MAPEL Lab at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, is now hiring Research Assistants! We are looking to recruit engaged and reliable Research Assistants to our team. For these positions, you would work closely with the researchers on a variety of tasks, allowing you to develop multiple skills and learn about psychological research techniques. Responsibilities will vary and allow for a wide range of skill development, but will mainly center around helping with collecting data, literature reviews, running participants, and creating stimulus for running studies.  Our Lab conducts research in a variety of topics, but focuses on morality, […]

Volunteer Psychology Assistant Needed!

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 require a minimum time commitment of 8 hours per week (flexible hours) […]