Building Bridges, Building Knowledge: A Mental Health Panel

Join the PSA Seminar Team & UofTMHA for an exciting collaborative panel event!  Clinical Psychologists Dr. Goldstein, Dr. Babineau, and Dr. Ahola Kohut will be joining us for a Mental Health Seminar, where we’ll be discussing topical issues in the discipline of Undergraduate Student Mental Wellness. This talk will be followed by an interactive Q&A portion with the audience!We hope to see you there! Come join us in Building Bridges and Building Knowledge! 🙂  Register Here:

PSA Fall Annual General Meeting

Interested in the PSA and what we do? Hoping to get a sneak peek of our future events? All with a chance to win a $15 gift card? Join us at our Fall Annual General Meeting on Thursday November 18, 11:00-11:45AM EST! We’ll be introducing ourselves, events we’ve done in the past and what we hope to do in the future. This is the place to be if you have any questions about the PSA, how to join, or questions on psychology at U of T. Register here: The zoom link will be emailed prior to the meeting. Attendees […]

Registration for PSA’s Annual Graduate School Information Session

Thinking of applying to graduate school? The PSA is hosting its annual graduate schoolinformation session on Monday, November 15th, from 1:00-3:30pm. The event will have speakers from UofT, Ryerson, Waterloo, and more, who will be there to describe the different programs available and to answer your questions. All those who attend will also be entered into a draw to win one of two $10 gift cards! To register, please fill out the form below: Registration: If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to

PSA Students’ Hours/Study with Me sessions are back!

For Fall 2021, the Volunteer Committee is bringing you two types of virtual hours: Students’ Hours (more discussion based) and Study with Me (quiet study time). Students’ Hours are designed to be an online space that acts in place of traditional office hours. Students can drop-in at any time during the session to ask questions and connect with other psychology undergraduates. This promotes a discussion based session where psychology students can gather and converse about any topic regarding psychology. In these hours, presentations may take place and volunteers will present an interesting topic, such as What I Wish I Knew […]

Tea With Upper Years Sign Up

Are you in first or second year? Trying to figure out psychology at UofT? The Psychology Students’ Association is hosting Tea with Upper Years! Come ask your questions and meet upper-year psychology students Wednesday September 29th 4:00-5:30pm on Zoom! This is a great opportunity to network with other students in the psychology program and gain tips on navigating the ups and downs of undergrad! Wednesday September 29th 4:00-5:30pm Zoom sign up link:

Psychology Undergraduate Research Club: Industry Day

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 […]

Discussion Panel: Ethical Concerns and Barriers in Global Health Initiatives

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 […]

Organizational Behavior Informational Seminar

Are you interested in the field of organizational-behavior? Want to speak to OB professors and PhD students about their work? The Organizational-Behavior Student Group is hosting an informational seminar. Please see the attached poster for more details: FB event link:

Vision and Cognition Conference (CASA)

Please see below a message from CASA: — The Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence Students’ Association (CASA) is pleased to announce the 9th iteration of the University of Toronto Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Mind (UTism). The theme of this year’s conference is Vision, addressing the question, How does vision affect cognition? On February 1-2, 2020, this idea will be explored from an interdisciplinary perspective. Specifically, speakers from local and international universities will be discussing groundbreaking research on vision from multiple academic disciplines (psychology, computer vision, philosophy, etc.). All interested in vision and the interdisciplinary study of cognitive science are welcome! […]