Are you interested in clinical psychology? Are you unsure of what you would like to take in graduate school or how to make yourself stand out? York will be holding a workshop with many guest speakers discussing graduate school as a clinical psychologist and how to make yourself stand out amongst others! Please see the attached poster for more details.
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 […]
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 […]
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: https://www.facebook.com/UofTOBSG/?eid=ARAL_HYrpM6InSKvOxWdQgnOtka0mA7KNKNMiAEpsP4LTFZJ4lnPR6v4cmQ7UlEtor0Jbwh9Va50IbzL
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! […]
‘Stoicon-X events are annual conferences organized around the world. The theme for this year’s conference in Toronto is PRACTICE. Stoicism is a highly practical philosophy. It is meant to be put into action and it is not designed for those who prefer to stay on the armchair. However, since the majority of the ancient texts are missing, we are uncertain of how the Stoics actually practiced. The Modern Stoic movement has found itself and is now in the process of discovering and developing ways to practice both individually and collectively. This year’s conference is meant to continue this discussion.’ You […]
Learn more about our Master of Education Open House on March 2nd Learn more about LHAE’s Master of Education (MEd) programs at our upcoming Open House on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The MEd Open House will feature information about admissions, career insights, program specific information sessions and the opportunity to meet with LHAE/OISE staff and faculty. Register here: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSc64K28dmpF6liiH…/viewform… Adult Education and Community Development Higher Education Educational Leadership and Policy
York CVR-VISTA Vision Science Summer School – June 3 – 7, 2019 The Centre for Vision Research (CVR) at York University in Toronto offers a one-week, all expenses-paid undergraduate summer school on vision science. The program includes talks by CVR faculty on current research topics in vision science, as well as hands-on experience in CVR laboratories. The curriculum reflects the wide range of research areas at CVR, which includes research on human visual perception, computer vision, machine learning, visual neuroscience, 3D film, immersive environments, and disorders of vision. The program is designed for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing […]
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 […]
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.