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/
Are you an undergrad who has done research? Share your work at CONFLUENCE, UofT’s bi-annual undergraduate conference on cognition and the mind in February 2019! The conference is multidisciplinary, featuring work from fields of study including Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, Psychology, Linguistics, Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence, Anthropology, and Philosophy. Acceptable submissions include (but are not limited to) research done in an independent study course, an ROP course, or as a research assistant; and research essays written for a course in one of the disciplines mentioned above. Please email your name, the title of your work, the abstract, and the original context of […]
Interested in learning about how Psychology is being applied to Economics? The Behavioural Economics Student Group is hosting a talk on Behavioural Economics led by Professor Robert Gazzale. The talk will be at 6pm on Tuesday November 20th held in room GE106 (Max Gluskin House, 150 St. George street). This event is free of charge and all students are welcome, but registration is required and capped at 35 attendees. Food will also be provided at no cost. Registration is open here: https://goo.gl/forms/FV3ysGo48ZDDOPCD2 We hope to see you there!