This is a busy time of year when many students are applying to graduate schools or trying to decide which programs and universities are the best fit for them. The Applied Social Psychology MA and PhD program at the University of Windsor is a great choice for students who are interested in developing skills to conduct engaged research that contributes to societal, organizational, and/or individual change. The program emphasizes the integration of social psychological theory, research, and practice. Our graduates find research careers in diverse academic, health, community, and business settings.
Are you considering graduate school in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology, Social Psychology, Organizational Behavior, or Human Resource Management? If so, the MSc/ Ph.D. program in OB/HRM in the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University might be a great opportunity for you! Our research-intensive program provides you with an opportunity to conduct ground-breaking research that applies psychological theories to the workplace. Our faculty and graduate students conduct research on many topics relevant to today’s organizations and workplace such as fairness and justice, leadership, diversity management, emotions in the workplace, power and status, personality factors, work stress, ethics, to name a few. […]
You’re invited to a brainstorming session for the 5th annual Working for Mental Health forum! The forum is an opportunity for students for students to learn more about career paths in different areas of the mental health field, and have meaningful discussions with representatives from community and campus mental health activists and advocacy organizations. Going into year five, we’d like to consult with a wide span of students who are interested in exploring opportunities for volunteering or working in the mental health field as we start to plan the forum, taking place in March 2019. Please join us on Friday, November 23rd from 1PM-2PM […]
Looking for a volunteer research assistant! Jenn Barnes, a UofT alumni and a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology is conducting her dissertation research on the relationship between maternal trauma and child attachment/behaviours in a refugee population. She is based in Ottawa but is collecting data from families in Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto. Currently, she is looking for a volunteer research assistant to help collect data from families in Toronto. The appointments with families are 3 hours long, and the RA would accompany her to the appointments to observe and assist. Applicants would need to be available on weekend days for these appointments. Other duties may include recruitment […]
The networking event you didn’t know you needed! Come out for the opportunity to meet industry professionals and researchers bridging fields in the sciences and arts like never before (Snacks + Good times provided ) Special Attendees Include: Dr. Steve Prescott Dr. Joyce Poon Dr. Robert Chen Mobio Interactive And more! For more information, visit their Facebook event page here.
Spirit of Life, a non-profit organization in Toronto focuses on providing services for children with developmental disabilities. They’re looking for volunteers to help out with some of their programs in 2019 (e.g., baking class, social skills group, etc). The location is in Markham / North York area and depending on the program, and they’re looking for volunteers to commit for about 2 to 3 hours per week, though the timing is flexible. For more information, follow this link to their website!
Ryan Lab is seeking volunteer research assistants to assist with participant recruitment, testing participants (younger and older adults) and data management. Will gain experience using eye-tracking technology and administering cognitive assessments. Please note that the position will be at the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital (3560 Bathurst St). Requirements: Student in 2nd year or higher with a strong academic background and a passion for psychology. Research experience an asset, but not required. 10 hr/ week minimum time commitment. Contact: To apply, please send unofficial transcript and CV to RyanAloysius at firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://research.baycrest.org/jryan
The SPRQL Lab (Social Psychophsyiology Research Methods & Quantitative Methods Lab) at the University of Toronto St. George is looking for a passionate and dedicated volunteer research assistant, to work with us on one of our meta-analysis studies. This is a great opportunity for students to gain practical experience in a research setting. This is also a great opportunity to receive an excellent letter of recommendation. Students interested in this position should: – Have a strong academic background, particularly in Psychology – Be able to commit to 6-8 hours per week – Be reliable, conscientious and detail-oriented – Have strong […]
Lab: Dr. Claude Alain’s EEG Lab, Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital Description: The EEG Lab at Baycrest Hospital is seeking two volunteer research assistants to join our team! You will gain experience in participant recruitment, collecting and analyzing neuroimaging and behavioural data. You will also learn about current research in cognitive neuroscience, attention, and memory in visual and auditory domains. These positions will be at the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital(3560 Bathurst St. North York, ON). Hours are flexible. Requirements: Ability to work independently and in a team; attention to detail; willingness to take initiative More Information: To […]
Not just a night of black and white, but one for the ages. Come join the APSS, USSU, and the PSA at the grandest semi-formal on November 22nd from 7-10pm! This event packages the wonders of free food, music, a photo booth, and overall good times all into one night. Whats more? Entry is free! However, registration is required, please see the eventbrite link on our Facebook page to register. We also offer compelling prizes, such as gift cards and movie vouchers, so come for our prizes, and stay for the fun! https://www.facebook.com/events/2261563694063216/