Our friends at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Club (PURC) are hosting a meeting on psychology degrees in industry this Friday! Please see their message below: Curious about what to do with your psychology degree after you graduate? Not sure that research is right for you? The Psychology Undergraduate Research Club will be holding a meeting dedicated to industry and job prospects outside of research with a psychology degree on Friday, March 26th at 10:30-11:30AM EDT! We’ll be hearing from Mostafa Miandari Hossein on the intersections of psychology and data science, as well as Marnie Cornett about psychology and social work. Join […]
Are you interested in growing your CV, submit to the Academic Research Panel for an opportunity to present with the Psychology Neuroscience Departmental Association of UofT & publish your abstracts in our abstract booklet! That’s right, submit today for both a presentation AND abstract publication opportunity! SUBMIT BY MARCH 14th 11:59PM: https://forms.gle/VMErDTX3ThEwuBEx7
Professor Anthony C. Ruocco’s Clinical Neurosciences Laboratory at the University of Toronto Scarborough is seeking volunteer undergraduate research assistants to begin immediately. Research responsibilities will initially include assisting with a systematic literature review on brain stimulation interventions for suicide-related outcomes. Further opportunities may be available to work in a research capacity with clinical populations and to assist with designing experimental behavioural paradigms. Please apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DMRB7L9. Application deadline is March 26 at 5:00 PM EST.
Global Health Engage within the U of T International Health Program will be hosting – Discussion Panel: Ethical Concerns and Barriers in Global Health Initiatives. See below for more info: The Global Health Engage team will be holding a panel discussion on March 18th at 5:30 P.M. This panel of global health experts including professors, researchers, and global health organization executives will explore various ethical concerns and barriers in international health, and how organizations attempt to address and solve these issues globally. This event is for anyone who would like to learn more about global health and the ethical implications […]
Please see below for information on study participation: Hello Everyone! My name is Joyce Ann Miguel and I am a UTM Undergraduate Psychology Thesis student who hopes to gain some insight into the experiences of undergraduate students with disabilities as my Thesis project. The project is supervised by Professor Stuart Kamenetsky and will attempt to delve into the barriers that undergraduate students with disabilities face in attaining the necessary credentials and experiences required for admission to postgraduate programs in the ‘helping’ professions (e.g., psychology, medicine, nursing, education, and/or social work). We are seeking participants to partake in our study. Participation […]