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Weekly Memo

Week of Monday, February 22, 2021

NEW! Department of Psychology Feature Story

VAN ANDERS LAB - Dr. Sari van Anders details some of the work some of her lab’s grad students have been doing, and the various honours and successes that have come their way. Congratulations to now-Dr. Sara Chadwick and now-Dr. Zach Schudson, as well as grad students Will Beischel and Aki Gormezano, on doing transformative work and their well-deserved recognitions. Read the van Anders Lab Feature Story here 

NEW! In the News

ALLYSON HARRISON - Global TV: Dr. Harrison says it's important to recognize accomplishments and special occasions as a way to help adolescents deal with the pandemic. Read this article - This is not what they signed up for’: Helping young adults cope with missed milestones

NEW! Queen's Reads: Young, Gifted, and Black – Video Launch

Inspired by Amanda Parris’ play “Other Side of the Game” (Queen’s Reads 2020-2021 book) and Nina Simone’s song “To be Young, Gifted and Black,” this video project celebrates 24 Black student leaders at Queen’s University – including Queen’s Psychology’s Trinda Penniston - who have made significant behind-the-scenes contributions to our school. To non-Black folks, please take particular care to listen to and think about the opening message of this video as you watch. Click here to Watch Young, Gifted, and Black

Town Hall with Dean Barbara Crow and Dr. Wendy Craig

Please join Dean Barbara Crow, Dr. Wendy Craig (Psychology), the Faculty of Arts and Science Senior Leadership Team, and your fellow students, staff, and faculty members for a Town Hall from 3:00-4:30pm on Wednesday, February 24. The Town Hall is intended to be a time for us to check-in with one another, to speak about the impacts of COVID on our community and planning for the future, and to recognize that it is Pink Shirt Day, the annual day when Canadians are asked to take a stand against bullying and to make that stance public by including an article of pink clothing in their ensemble. More on the Town Hall with Dean Barbara Crow and Dr. Wendy Craig (PDF, 106 KB). After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.Register for this Town Hall here

  • Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm 

Upcoming Thesis Defenses

    PAULINE LEUNG, PhD Candidate (Supervisor: Tara MacDonald) Thesis Title: The role of attachment orientation and multidimensional perfectionism on disordered eating

    • Monday, February 22, 2021 - 9:30am EST - All defenses will occur remotely, visitors are not permitted

    LAURA LAMBE, PhD Candidate (Supervisor: Wendy Craig) Thesis Title: Defending defined:  Exploring how youth defend against peer victimization

    • Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - 9:00am EST - All defenses will occur remotely, visitors are not permitted

    NEW! THOMAS VAUGHAN-JOHNSTON, PhD Candidate (Supervisor: Leandre Fabrigar) Thesis Title: Psychological mechanisms of desired attitudes

    • Tuesday, April 06, 2021 - 9:30am EST - All defenses will occur remotely, visitors are not permitted

    NEW! MADELAINE GIERC, PhD Candidate (Supervisor: Dean Tripp) Thesis Title: Development and initial testing of a brief mindfulness meditation training intervention for preoperative patients:  an application of the ORBIT model

    • Tuesday, April 06, 2021 - 2:30pm EST - All defenses will occur remotely, visitors are not permitted

    Psychology Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee

    The 2020-2021 EDI committee met for 30 minutes on Thursday February 11th for our eighth meeting. If you have questions about the items, feel free to get in touch with Sari van Anders. We welcomed each other back, updated ourselves about what we did in the previous meeting and between that meeting and this one, and then discussed the rest of our agenda. Here is a summary! Posted here: Monday, February 22, 2021.

    1) More information on the Two Row Wampum can be found here (1-2 min read). In brief, it is a living treaty from 1613 between the Haudenosaunee and Dutch people represented in a wampum belt with purple rows showing each traveling down the river of life side by side; "[n]either will attempt to steer the other's vessel." It has three principles: friendship, peace, forever. More sources of information are also here (3-4 min read) with more additional contemporary context here about Queen's (2-3 min read).
    2) Some people expressed interest in the invitation Al Doxtater from Indigenous Initiatives extended about Morning Gratitude with Four Directions. More information is here! Posted here: Monday, February 22, 2021

    UPDATED! Email Etiquette – Tips to Reduce Email Volume and Increase Efficiency – Please Read

    Email volume is enormous. Here are some tips to help us cut down the overall volume.

    1. IF YOU EXPECT AN ANSWER: If you want someone to answer the email, then put their name in the “To:” line.

    2. THE "CC" LINE: For people listed on the “Copy” line, no answer is expected.  Indeed, they should not reply unless they have something really significant to add to the conversation.

    3. IF YOUR RECIPIENT HAS MULTIPLE EMAIL ADDRESSES: Do not send the same email to multiple accounts for the same person.  Simply ask them once which email address is preferred.

    4. BOUNCE-BACK MESSAGES: Are you sure you need a bounce back message to announce you are experiencing a high volume of email?  It doubles the email traffic coming out of your office.

    5. NUMBER OF PEOPLE ON AN EMAIL: Limit the number of people copied on the email.

    • If you are not sure why you are copying someone, then do not copy that person.
    • You can just ask if someone wants to be copied on all email about “topic X”.
    • If it is a major issue, usually copying your “one up” is sufficient.  
    • If someone needs only to know the outcome (as an FYI or for filing the decision), then send them only the final email trail. Or send them a brief summary.

    6. REPLY ALL: Reply All should be used sparingly.

    • Reply only to the people who need to see the answer.
    • Do not use Reply All if you simply wish to acknowledge the email - just reply “thanks” to the sender.

    7. LIST SERVS: List Servs should be used sparingly.

    • Post the message to the Weekly Memo.
    • Target the email only to the subgroup of people who need to see the message.
    • Avoid sending the same message on multiple overlapping list servs.

    8. RESENDING EMAIL: Please do not resend emails to people within 48 business hours of your original email or expect a response before 48 business hours (the expectation of immediate responses is a key reason why people who cannot respond immediately put up bounce-back messages, thus further filling up inboxes).

    Security Considerations for Zoom Users at Queen’s University

    Zoom has helped thousands of businesses and organizations connect more productively, reliably, and securely with video meetings. BARBARA CROW Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science, sent the attached message outlining the best practices for securing your Zoom meetings. Visit here for the message outlining best practices from Barbara Crow (PDF, 110 KB) More on everything you need to keep your video meetings safe and secure (PDF, 1.7 MB) Zoom Powerpoint slide (PPTX, 76 KB). Posted here: Monday, February 8, 2021.

    Deducting Home Office Expenses and Supplies for the 2020 taxation year

    If you worked from home during 2020 for more than 50% of the time, for a period of at least four consecutive weeks, you are eligible to claim a deduction on your 2020 personal income tax return for home office expenses (work-space-in-the-home expenses, office supplies, and certain phone/internet expenses). Employees who wish to claim home office expenses have the option of selecting either the simplified (or flat rate) method or the detailed method. Click here for an overview. Employees who wish to use the detailed method must have a completed and signed form T2200S from the University.  These forms will be available to employees on or before February 28, 2021. More information on how the forms will be distributed will be communicated closer to that date. Review a detailed FAQ document here. Also available for you to review is a Home Office Expense Calculation Template, that has been prepared for Queen’s by KMPG. This document is intended to assist you in determining which claims method (“flat rate” or “detailed”) would be most appropriate to your personal circumstances, and to help in the completion of your 2020 personal income tax return.  Please read KPMG’s Disclaimer on the Instruction Page of the attached Excel document. Queen’s is providing this Template for informational purposes as a tool for you to use if you wish.  Queen’s assumes no responsibility for your use of this tool.  If you have any questions or concerns about using the calculator or the result(s) it provides once you populate it with your information, please consult your personal financial/tax advisor. Should you have questions about this e-mail, please contact Financial Services at Posted here: Monday, February 8, 2021.

    UPDATED! Employer Responsibilities regarding Incoming Foreign Workers (PostDocs, etc)

    This UPDATE to an email sent on February 8, 2021 contains further clarification of the responsibilities for employers of foreign nationals entering under the LMIA exempt and LMIA programs. The update summarizes learnings from the recent audits by the government of Canada regarding several foreign workers who came to Queen’s under the International Mobility Program/IMP.  More information on Employer Responsibilities regarding Incoming Foreign Workers (PDF, 506 KB).

    Important COVID-19 Updates

    MOVE TO GREEN -- UPDATED INFORMATION FOR QUEEN'S FACULTY AND STAFF - Following the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington region’s move to the Green level of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework earlier today, updated information about allowable on-campus work is posted on the Queen’s COVID-19 information site. Faculty and Staff returning to campus under these guidelines are reminded to use the SeQure app for self-screening before coming to campus.

    NEW VARIANT OF COVID-19 FOUND IN KFL&A REGION - Office of the Provost - Please see the KFL&A Public Health NEWS RELEASE (Monday, January 25, 2021), regarding a recommendation for anyone who has travelled outside of the region (i.e., beyond Hastings, Prince Edward, Leeds, Grenville, or Lanark counties), has had visitors from outside the region, or has moved to the region in the last 14 days to consider voluntary, asymptomatic testing for COVID-19. This asymptomatic testing initiative is being recommended in the KFL&A region, as KFL&A Public Health has received the first lab confirmed B.1.1.7 case, a new, more easily transmissible variant of COVID-19 that was first found in the United Kingdom. I strongly encourage all members of the Queen’s community who fall into the above noted categories to get tested. As previously communicated, the university is also requesting that all students, staff, and faculty who have travelled to Kingston from outside the KFL&A, Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, and Leeds, Grenville, and Lanark region, or who have had visitors from outside the region, to self-isolate for 14 days.

    Information on local assessment centres can be found here:

    Thank you for your continued vigilance to protect our community.
    Mark F. Green PhD PEng
    Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic)

    DEPARTMENTAL ACCESS UPDATE - As you know, the Ontario Government has declared a state of emergency and announced new COVID-19 measures. This will require people in Ontario to remain at home, with exceptions for accessing health care, groceries, pharmacy services, essential work, and for individual exercise. Continue reading to find details on how this directive impacts the Department’s operations (PDF, 113 KB).

    FY2021 Research Year-end Schedule

    Here are the timelines for ensuring research transactions are recorded in the Queen’s General Ledger by the cut-off date for the fiscal month of March 2021. This information is also in the process of being updated on the Financial Services website under “Timelines and Cutoffs”. If you have any questions regarding these details, please email More information on the FY2021 Research Year-end Schedule (PDF, 407 KB).

    Travel and for Faculty Professional Expense Reimbursement Updates

    There are new policies and procedures that came into effect January 1, 2021 for Travel and for Faculty Professional Expense Reimbursement. This is now a ‘Central’ Queen's University policy (on the Secretariat Website). Claims can only be submitted within the last 365 days. Faculty cannot hold onto receipts longer than one year.

    For all other Department of Psychology financial information, please go to our Resources: Financial Information page.

    Funding Opportunities

    STUDY IN CANADA SCHOLARSHIPS - The call for applications to the Study In Canada Scholarship program, run by EduCanada, has now opened. The Study In Canada Scholarships program aims to increase opportunities for Canadian post-secondary institutions to welcome international students from a wide range of countries and territories on short-term exchanges for study or research. Successful candidates will receive scholarships for four months or one academic term of study or research at the college, undergraduate or graduate levels or for five to six months of study or research at the graduate level. Successful Canadian post-secondary institutions will have the opportunity to strengthen and diversify their international linkages and to promote their academic and research excellence in the new markets, in line with the objectives of the International Education Strategy. More on the Study in Canada Scholarships (PDF, 142 KB). Application deadline: Friday, March 5, 2021

    SWAP STUDENT AWARDS: PAPER AWARD AND PRESENTATION AWARD - The Section for Women and Psychology (SWAP) of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) offers awards for research by students in areas of particular relevance to women or feminism. To be eligible for an award, students must have been accepted to present their work at the 2021 CPA Convention. Submissions may be in English or French. More information about this SWAP opportunity (PDF, 105 KB). Submission Deadline: April 9, 2021.

    ANNOUNCING THE 2021 CANADIAN JAPANESE MENNONITE SCHOLARSHIP - Every year Mennonite Central Committee Canada, in partnership with the National Association of Japanese Canadians, offers the Canadian Japanese Mennonite scholarship to a student enrolled in a graduate degree program that is engaged in research concerning human rights in Canada. The scholarship is for $2,000 and applications must be received by April 1st. See this year’s information sheet. (PDF, 19 KB). You can also find this information, along with the application form, at Application Deadline: April1, 2021

    QUEENS-MITACS GRA CALL- RE-OPENED - As part of the current agreement with Mitacs for the Globalink Research Award program, Queen’s has a limited number of awards available per year. There are 10 spots open for projects with Mitacs international partners to be filled before the end of the fiscal year. Interested applications should read the call details carefully (see Mitacs Globalink Research Awards), and send any questions to the contacts listed. The LOI stage is mandatory, and if > 10 applications are received will be adjudicated. More information about this Queen's-MITACS opportunity (PDF, 183 KB). Posted here: January 18, 2021


    5th ANNUAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE - Thursday, April 22, 2021
    McGill University’s 5th Annual Human Development Conference will be taking place virtually on Thursday, April 22nd, 2021. This student-led event showcases psychological research in the field of Human Development from an educational perspective. All submissions will be peer-reviewed. The Call for Proposals is now OPEN and the deadline for all submissions is Friday February 26th, 2021. Please see the attached flyer for links to the abstract submission forms. More information: Human Development Conference WebsiteHuman Development Conference EmailHuman Development Conference Poster (PDF, 283 KB). Call for Proposals deadline for submissions: Friday, February 26, 2021  • Registration deadline: April 5, 2021

    The 17th International Conference on Social Stress Research will be June 4-6, 2022 in Savannah, GA. The Call for Papers for the 2022 conference will go out in late summer/early autumn of 2021.

    The central aim of the conference is to provide a venue for graduate students in cognitive science--at both the Master’s and Ph.D. level--to present and receive feedback on their work, and to interact with each other in a friendly, supportive, and inclusive environment.  
    The conference welcomes submissions that make an original contribution to research topics in any of the sub-disciplines of cognitive science, including: philosophy of mind/language/cog sci, linguistics, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, computer science & AI, cognitive anthropology, and education. We especially encourage submissions from members of underrepresented groups. More information about the Carleton Cognitive Science Graduate Conference (PDF, 72 KB). Abstract submission deadline: Monday, March 1st, 2021.

    The 15th annual I@Q conference will take place online to promote and showcase undergraduate research and creative work. Please consider sharing your ideas! We welcome work in progress and individual or group projects! Consider putting together a student panel related to an inquiry project or projects in a single course to describe what you learned about the inquiry process, its challenges and rewards. More information about this Undergraduate Research Conference.

    This is a follow-up regarding the inaugural Canadian Stress Research Summit (CSRS). Previously sent out, was a new call for abstracts related to Stress and the COVID-19 Pandemic. The CSRS is also inviting new abstract submissions on non-COVID-19 related work for the poster presentation session. The inaugural CSRS, Stress Across the Lifespan: From Risk to Management, will be held virtually from May 6th to 8th, 2021. Visit the following link to submit an abstract. You may also submit an abstract by visiting the CSRS website. Sign up for the listserv here to receive email updates about submissions, registration, and other conference information. Abstract submission deadline: February 28, 2021.

    Participate in Studies

    QVCL ON-LINE STUDY - QVCL is recruiting participants for an on-line study on visual perception for the chance to win a $25 gift card! This experiment requires viewing scene images on a computer screen and responding with your mouse/keyboard. It takes approximately 60 minutes or less to complete. If you would like to participate in this study, please email QVCL Poster (PGN, 922 KB). Posted here: Tuesday, February 16, 2021

    ONLINE STUDY FOR CANNABIS USERS! - Seeking individuals who have used cannabis within the last 12 months for an anonymous online study on cannabis use and sexual well-being. Study is open to all individuals who are 18 years of age or older, able to read and write in English, and comfortable answering questions about your cannabis use and sexual well-being. The survey will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete. Prize draws are available to participants! Participate in this SexLab study. More information about the CABIN study. Or contact the Sexual Health Research Lab by email All inquiries are completely confidential. SexLab Poster (PDF, 992 KB). Posted here: Monday, February 8, 2021

    RESEARCH STUDY ON PSYCHOLOGISTS' RESEARCH AND CLINICAL INTERESTS - Researchers at Texas Tech University are leading a research study examining the views of faculty and trainees in clinical, counseling, and school psychology doctoral programs on the development of research and clinical interests in these fields. The IRB-approved survey (TTU IRB2020-593) will take between 15 and 30 minutes of your time, and participation is entirely anonymous. Participants may enter a drawing for one of several $50 (USD or CAD, as applicable) Amazon gift cards (odds of winning are 1/100 or better, dependent on the number of participants). The drawing will occur within one week after the close of data collection, in approximately one month. Please note that individuals must be able to complete measures in English to participate. Our study’s results may have implications for improving the culture surrounding academic psychology. The survey link is available here: Posted here: Monday, February 1, 2021

    LONG-TERM IMPACT OF COVID-19 - The MotiCog Lab in the Department of Psychology (Queen’s University) is recruiting participants to examine the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 virus. They are seeking people who recovered from the virus and those who have never had COVID. More information on this online MOTICOG study (PDF, 144 KB). Posted here: January 18, 2021

    Queen's University Talks

      SEX, POWER, AND ASSAULT ON CAMPUS: SEXUAL CITIZENS - Q & A with authors, Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Khan. Sexual Citizens puts forth powerful new concepts to help explain the forces in young people’s sexual lives. A landmark study. This event is organized by Barb Lotan, Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Coordinator, Human Rights & Equity Office, Queen's University. More information on this Sexual Citizens talk (PDF, 144 KB) • Register for this Sexual Citizens talk

      • Monday, March 8, 2021 - 2:30-4:00pm

      RACISM AND COVID-19 IN CANADA - Hosted by The School of Kinesiology and Health Studies - Speaker: Dr. Arjumand Siddiqi, Professor and Division Head of Epidemiology at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. As the COVID-19 pandemic has raged around the world evidence is emerging that Canada resembles the United States in terms of the clear racial inequity in the impact of the pandemic. COVID-19 is the first time governments are tracking health by race, and it is forcing long overdue discourses in Canadian society to address the racial distribution of COVID-19 in the context of the longstanding, deep seeded issues of racism that have gotten us to this point. In this seminar we will discuss the science of race, racism, and COVID-19 in Canada and the dialogues that have emerged between scientists, community members, and government entities. More information on this SKHS talk (PDF, 125 KB)

      • Wednesday, March 3, 2021 - 1:00-2:30pm

      EMPOWERING OTHERS: CARVING SPACES IN THE ACADEMY LECTURE SERIES - In the 2020-21 academic year, the Sociology Department is hosting the Empowering Others: Carving Spaces in the Academy lecture series for its second run. This series centres scholars’ diverse experiences navigating the challenging world of academia. Speakers share what brought them to academia, some of the challenges they’ve faced, and how they have carved a place for themselves and others in their fields. By holding space for balanced, inclusive representation and illuminating diverse lived realities in academic contexts, we might all be empowered to learn about our own journeys in academia. Undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty are welcome to attend. Posted here: Monday, January 25, 2021


      INCLUSION AND ANTI-RACIST PEDAGOGY WEBINARS AND Q&As - The Centre for Teaching and Learning is pleased to welcome two invited visiting scholars who have agreed to share their  perspectives on, and approaches to, inclusion and anti-racist pedagogy. More on the Inclusion and Anti-Racist Pedagogy Webinars and Q&As (PDF, 181 KB).


      NEW! TEACHERS OF ENGLISH AS A SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROGRAM - A GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM OFFERED BY ALGONQUIN COLLEGE IN OTTAWA - Establish a rewarding and long-term career using your liberal arts, humanities, or social sciences degree. Algonquin College in Ottawa offers Teachers of English as a Second/Foreign Language program with full- and part-time options, on-campus or online synchronous, to help you gain access to numerous employment opportunities in teaching ESL/EFL in Canada and overseas. It is a professional program in teaching English to adults recognized by provincial and national teachers’ associations. More on this program (PDF, 268 KB).

      INSOMNIA INTERVENTIONS: FIRST-LINE TREATMENT FOR INSOMNIA IN PRIMARY CARE - Dr. Judith Davidson and Katherine Fretz, both from Psychology, are integrally involved in preparing this series of online learning sessions on insomnia treatment. They are scheduled for April and May, 2021. Registration is now open! The series is organized and hosted by Queen’s Continuing Professional Development. The online series is designed for primary care professionals and Family Health Teams, and other health professionals and trainees are very welcome. This series is highly relevant for clinical psychology graduate students. Medical guidelines recommend cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) as the first-line treatment for chronic insomnia, above sleep medications. Learners will have their insomnia intervention questions answered, including: What is CBT-I and how is it done? What is the role of sleep medications? How do you stop sleep medications safely? Through the program's 6 interactive webinars and 2 on-demand modules, learners will not only learn about the science behind CBT-I techniques, but how to provide them so that your patients can reverse their chronic insomnia and experience long-term benefits of sound sleep.

      Messages from Physical Plant Services

      NEW! FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT, CRAINE BUILDING - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021 -  Assessors from FCAPX (A Division of Roth IAMS) are scheduled to perform facility condition assessments in a number of Queen’s buildings between February 22 and March 17. Physical Plant Services will reference the resulting reports in planning and budgeting deferred maintenance. The assessors will require access to all occupied and mechanical spaces in the following buildings in order to note the condition of each space and any mechanical or electrical equipment contained therein. The assessors will complete a COVID-19 assessment in advance of their arrival to campus and will remain masked while moving through the building in accordance with posted signage. The assessors will be accompanied by a trades helper from Physical Plant Services. For more information, please contact Fixit at extension 77301 or by email at

      • Ellis Hall - Monday, February 22
      • LaSalle Building - Tuesday, February 23
      • Jackson Hall - Tuesday, February 23
      • Dupuis Hall - Wednesday, February 24
      • Walter Light Hall - Thursday, February 25
      • Coastal Engineering Lab - Thursday, February 25
      • Goodwin Hall - Friday, February 26
      • MacGillivray-Brown Hall - Friday, February 26
      • Duncan McArthur Hall  - Monday, March 15 and Tuesday, March 16
      • Kathleen Ryan Hall - Wednesday, March 17
      • Craine Building - Wednesday, March 17

      CRAINE BUILDING - ROOFING PROJECT - Re-roofing work of the Craine Building will begin mid-March and continue intermittently for the next two months. Roof top equipment will need to be shutdown periodically throughout the project to allow for the roofing work to take place. Fume-hood exhaust fans will be shutdown for up to a week during this work. The roofing project will not restrict access into or out of the building. All emergency exits will be maintained. The construction crew will need access to the south staircase and the top floor in order to gain access the roof. This access will be required for the duration of the project. A plan will be developed for construction crew use of the south staircase as it is currently noted as a ‘down’ stair. Further information will be provided as the plan is developed. Please note that for a 1 to 2 week period during the construction, the odor of roofing tar will be present throughout the upper floors of the building. If you have any questions, please email Posted here: Monday, February 8, 2021.

      Employment Opportunities

      Please note that listings with no application deadlines will be posted in this memo for a maximum of 2 weeks.

      NEW! FULL TIME PSYCHOMETRIST/PSYCHOLOGIST/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATE - Dr. Rosanne Field & Associates in Goderich, Ontario - More on this Full-Time psychometrist/psychologist/psychological associate position (PDF, 44 KB)
      Coursework in psychometrics completed and familiarity with standardized assessment procedures.  Familiarity with WISC-V, WIAT-IIII ,WAIS-III and NEPSY-II required. Familiarity with WPPSI-IV, PPVT-IV and EVT-II, D-KEFS, WRAML-II, Achenbach Checklists, Connor’s Rating Scales,  BASC-III, CPT-III, MMPI-A and autism rating scales  a benefit. Additional training in all instruments can be provided.

      TEACHING POSITION (TERM ADJUNCT) INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS -  Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University - More on this Term Adjunct position (PDF, 211 KB).
      The Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Introductory Statistics (STAM 200/3.0). This is an online course with an expected enrolment of 300 students. This is a term appointment for the period May 1, 2021 to August 31, 2021, with the course in session from May 10, 2021 to July 30, 2021 and the exam in session from August 3-August 7, 2021. Application deadline: March 8th, 2021

      TEACHING POSITION (TEACHING FELLOW) INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS - Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University - More on this Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 214 KB).
      The Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Introductory Statistics (STAM 200/3.0). This is an online course with an expected enrolment of 300 students. This is a term appointment for the period May 1, 2021 to August 31, 2021, with the course in session from May 10, 2021 to July 30, 2021 and the exam in session from August 3-August 7, 2021. Successful candidates should have a M.A. or M.Sc and be enrolled as Ph.D student, and have teaching experience at the University level, in introductory statistics or a related discipline. They will have expertise in the field or fields relevant to the course, appropriate teaching experience including experience working within an Online Learning Management platform (such as Moodle, onQ). Application deadline: March 8th, 2021

      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (TENURE-TRACK POSITION) APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGYDepartment of Psychology, Faculty of Science at Brandon University - More on this Asst Professor position at Brandon University (PDF, 126 KB).
      The Faculty of Science at Brandon University invites applications for a tenure track position in the Department of Psychology in the area of applied developmental psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor, effective August 1, 2021, or as mutually agreed. The successful applicant will teach courses in the areas of introduction to psychology, child psychology, psychological testing / assessment and, when needed, may be asked to teach courses outside of their specific area of expertise. The applicant is also expected to continue to carry out an active research program, ideally in youth health (mental, physical, or social), and engage in service activities. Application deadline: March 26, 2021 or until position is filled.

      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (TENURE TRACK POSITION) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY - Department of Psychology, Memorial University of Newfoundland - More on this Asst Professor at Memorial position (PDF, 387 KB).
      The Department of Psychology at Memorial University of Newfoundland invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Social Psychology (Position Number F01632-2020-25). We are seeking a candidate who specializes in applied research and evaluation, with strong methodological and quantitative skills. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Psychology; will show evidence of an active research programme; will be expected to obtain external funding; will contribute to teaching courses both within the candidate’s area of specialty as well as lower level psychology courses; and will be expected to participate in the Department’s highly successful Applied Psychological Science Graduate Program. Application deadline: March 31, 2021

      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (THREE YEAR TERM TEACHING APPOINTMENT) – Department of Psychology, Memorial University of Newfoundland - More on this Asst Professor at Memorial term position (PDF, 209 KB).
      The Department of Psychology at Memorial University of Newfoundland invites applications for a three-year Teaching Term position in the Department of Psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor.  The successful candidate will (1) have a doctorate degree in psychology, and (2) be able to teach courses in our undergraduate program in areas where we need coverage in human psychology, particularly in clinical and social psychology. Previous teaching in a university setting would be an asset. Application deadline: March 31, 2021

      POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW (3-YEAR APPOINTMENT) COGNITION IN PSYCHOSIS AND MOOD DISORDERS - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More on this Post-Doctoral Fellowship (PDF, 246 KB).
      This fellowship is open to clinical psychology fellows who are interested in conducting research on how early life events, neurocognitive abilities, and cognitive effort are associated with functioning and course of illness in depression. Application deadline: August 1, 2021