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NEWS AND INFORMATION

Weekly Memo

Week of Monday, July 26, 2021


Congratulations!

STEPHANIE WOOLRIDGE - Congratulations to Queen's Psychology PhD student Stephanie Woolridge on being among eight Queen's doctoral students to earn prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships for exceptional scholarly achievement and leadership skills. Read the Queen's Gazette article here.

In the News

NEW! QUEEN'S PSYCHOLOGY DEVELOPMENTAL RESEARCH - Queen's University Arts & Science: With the world turned upside down by the pandemic, academics and research teams have had to adapt to a mainly online world. The Faculty of Arts and Science Child and Adolescent Development Group was no different. Go to this article -Ebracing a new world of research.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee

NEW! UNDERGRADUATES - The Psychology Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee includes two undergraduate members, and we are soliciting names of those who might be interested in sitting on the committee. More information on these undergraduate positions (PDF, 579 KB)

NEW! JULY UPDATE: This was the first meeting of the 2021-2022 EDI Committee! The committee met for an hour on Thursday July 8th for an hour. If you have questions about the items, feel free to get in touch with Sari van Anders. Here is the summary. EDI Update July 2021 (PDF, 258 KB)

NEW! Campus Construction Notice

Crews from R.W. Tomlinson Limited and Bel-Con Construction, working on behalf of Facilities, will be daylighting all water main connection points and utility crossings along Fifth Field Company Lane on Tuesday, July 27 and Wednesday, July 28. The crews will  begin at Theological Hall and work their way north to Jackson Hall. There will be no impact to any occupants in any buildings accessed off of Fifth Field Company Lane except for a one hour period when the crews will be working  immediately outside of the front entrance of Theological Hall. The crews will otherwise be able to adjust their movement each day in order to accommodate deliveries or where vehicles may need to get up close to entrances. For more information, please contact Client Services (Fixit) at extension 77301 or by email care of fixit@queensu.ca.

NEW! Zoom Security Practices

There have been several recent zoom bombings at Queen’s events that involved hateful, sexist, and racist messaging. IT Services has provided information on Zoom Security practices that should be followed for all zoom meetings. More information about Zoom security from ITS.

Craine and Humphrey and Barrie Street Building Notices

NEW! WALL ALTERATIONS IN HUMPHREY BASEMENT - Contractors will be widening some door frames in the basement of Humphrey Hall on Wednesday, July 28. This is to allow installation of large electrical equipment. Electrical supply should not be affected. There may be noise in the building while the concrete cutting is in progress.

AGSIP LOUNGE CONSTRUCTION – Construction has begun in the Humphrey 201 (AGSIP Lounge). Contact Sola Ashcroft for information on this project.

C330 CONSTRUCTION – Construction has begun in Craine 330. Contact Sola Ashcroft for information on this project.

H416, H417, H422, H423 CONSTRUCTION – Construction has begun in Humphrey 416, 417, 422, 423. Contact Asim Malik for information on this project.

H443 - H459 CONSTRUCTION – Construction is expected to begin soon in Humphrey 443 to Humphrey 459. Contact Asim Malik for information on this project.

C420 REPAIRS – Minor repairs in Craine 420 to accommodate mass spectrometer equipment. Contact Gord Meacher for information on this project.

H409, H411 FLOORING– A new floor will be installed at a later date in Humphrey 409-411. A project manager has yet to be assigned.

H460 - H471 CONSTRUCTION – Construction will begin at a later date in Humphrey 460 to Humphrey 471). A project manager has yet to be assigned.

HUMPHREY HALL ELECTRICAL UPGRADE – In August, PPS will be replacing the majority of the main electrical service in Humphrey Hall due to the age of the existing equipment. Because of the size, complexity and location of the equipment, there will be a lengthy power shutdown required in order to replace the equipment and the shutdown will affect both Humphrey and Craine. They have asked the contractor to provide a rental generator to supply temporary power to the buildings, but there will be a few days where that will not be possible because of what is being replaced. Contact Janet Pollard for information on this project. Janet will notify the department when there will be power shutdowns.

Important COVID-19 Updates

NEW! UPDATE REGARDING ACCESS TO THE DEPARTMENT - STEP 3

With the move to Step 3 of the Reopening Ontario Plan, there is more access to space in the Department for the months of July and August 2021. The general rule is that each separate room (an office or rooms within a lab space) can hold one person, except for the following research spaces, which can hold more than one if physical distancing is respected and masks are worn:

  • Humphrey 208A and 208C (these are rooms within the QBCC): 2 people each
  • Humphrey 307 and 307A: 2 people each
  • Humphrey 329: 2 people in the main room (1 in each smaller room)
  • Humphrey 420: 2 people
  • Humphrey 427: 4 people
  • Craine 317C: 2 people
  • Craine 308: 2 people
  • Craine 420 (main room): 2 people

The above list of research spaces does not include locations such as the IT Shop, the main office, conference room, Craine lounge, etc., which can each house more than one person, but please email Caroline if you need additional information.

Please note that faculty members are able to meet with one other person in their office if physical distancing is respected and masks are worn.

The process for faculty members accessing their office space for any research purposes is the following: sign into the spreadsheet, which is based on the capacity numbers for each area. There is ample space starting on July 26 in each area to accommodate one faculty member per faculty office, plus many research students and research staff. There is no need to email me or to complete an application (great news!!).

Students completing any kind of research in the Department must apply for research access.  Updated forms are attached (start with the “return to campus plan” document). Once they receive approval, they will be able to sign into the spreadsheet and log in their time. Please note that if your students are running participants for in-person research studies, sometimes the participants (especially if they are youth and they have a chaperone) push the capacity numbers over the maximum for a given space. In-person research goes through COVID-adapted ethical approval and an application process that allows for this temporary increase in the numbers.

General guidelines are:

  1. Masks are mandatory in all shared spaces (e.g., hallways, stairwells) and when with other people (please also maintain physical distancing when possible).
  2. Hallways and stairs are bidirectional.
  3. Please disinfect all high touch surfaces before you leave the office/lab.
  4. Access to the building is through any fob-linked or unlocked door when the building is locked, and exit can be from any door. Please escort your participants (if applicable) to the nearest exit and ensure they leave before returning to your space, especially if the building is locked. This is for security purposes.
  5. If you need keys or fobs, please email Suzanne (psyc.office@queensu.ca).
  6. Please also sign into the spreadsheet to document your visit to campus (name, location, time).

We also highly recommend doing the self-screening checklist on the SeQure app each time you access the campus.

Please email Caroline Pukall (email: pukallc@queensu.ca) with any questions or concerns

Queen's Talks

NEW! WISQ - THE POWER OF MENTORSHIP - WISQ is very excited to announce that Dr. Stephen Archer, the Head of the Department of Medicine at Queen's University will be sharing with us what it is to be the MENTOR and SPONSOR of successful mentees! More information on this WISQ Talk (PDF, 586 KB)

  • Wednesday, July 28, 2021 - 11:30am - 12:30pm - Email: wisq@queensu.ca for Zoom link

Funding and Financial Information

2021 SSHRC INSIGHT GRANT COMPETITION NOW OPEN - Insight Grants are expected to respond to the objectives of the Insight program. Insight Grants support research excellence in the social sciences and humanities. Funding is available to both emerging and established scholars for research initiatives of two to five years. Go to the 2021 Insight Grant application form. More information on Insight Application Deadlines (PDF, 111 KB).

Conferences

9th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES AND DEVELOPMENT - October 20-22, 2021
This virtual conference is aimed at academics and professionals, researchers and trainers, educators and students, managers, administrators and directors from all fields of Education Sciences and Developmental Psychology. Specially focused on those working in the field of Family, School and/or Community Education and in the Psychology of Human Development at the practical and/or theoretical level. More information and submission deadlines • Posted here: Monday, April 19, 2021

Employment Opportunities

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

NEW! CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST (PERMANENT, FULL-TIME) - The Canadian Mental Health York Region and South Simcoe branch (CMHA-YRSS) - More information about this Clinical Psychologist position
The Canadian Mental Health York Region and South Simcoe branch (CMHA-YRSS) is continuing to provide much-needed mental health services. As an organization, we are protecting our staff through supporting either working from home, or physical distancing, and other public health directives for essential services staff working on-site. Rest assured that your well-being is our top priority and we have appropriate health and safety measures in place at each stage of the recruiting process and throughout our operations. Posted here: July 26, 2021

NEW! TERM ADJUNCT (PSYC 236) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 236 Term Adjunct position (PDF, 82 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Introduction to Clinical Psychology (PSYC 236/3.0). This is a lecture course with an expected enrolment of 300. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TEACHING FELLOW (PSYC 236) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 236 Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 89 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 236/3.0). This is a lecture course with an expected enrolment of 300 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TERM ADJUNCT (PSYC 302) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 302 Term Adjunct position (PDF, 61 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Advanced Research Methods (PSYC 302/3.0). This is a lecture/lab course with an expected enrolment of 100 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TEACHING FELLOW (PSYC 302) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 302 Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 89 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Advanced Research Methods (PSYC 302/3.0). This is a lecture/lab course with an expected enrolment of 100 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TERM ADJUNCT (PSYC 333) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 333 Term Adjunct position (PDF, 85 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Human Sexuality (PSYC 333/3.0). This is an online course with an expected enrolment of 120 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TEACHING FELLOW (PSYC 333) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 333 Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 67 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Human Sexuality (PSYC 333/3.0). This is an online course with an expected enrolment of 120 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TERM ADJUNCT (PSYC 342) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 342 Term Adjunct position (PDF, 60 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in The Psychology of Social Influence (PSYC 342/3.0).   This is a lecture course with an expected enrolment of 120 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! TEACHING FELLOW (PSYC 342) WINTER 2022 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 342 Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 66 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in The Psychology of Social Influence (PSYC 342/3.0). This is a lecture course with an expected enrolment of 120 students. Application deadline: August 13, 2021

NEW! ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY (TENURE-TRACK POSITION) - The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) of the University of Waterloo - More information on this Assistant Professor in Cognitive Psychology position (PDF, 197 KB)
The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) of the University of Waterloo invites applications. for one full-time tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank in Cognitive Psychology. Application deadline: October 1, 2021

NEW! ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (TENURE-TRACK POSITION) - The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) of the University of Waterloo - More information on this Assistant Professor in IO Psychology position (PDF, 178 KB)
The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) of the University of Waterloo invites applications for one full-time tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Application deadline: October 1, 2021

NEW! ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN SOCIAL/PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY (TENURE-TRACK POSITION) - The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) of the University of Waterloo - More information on this Assistant Professor in Social/Personality Psychology position (PDF, 138 KB)
The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) of the University of Waterloo invites applications for one full-time tenure track position at the Assistant Professor rank in Social/Personality Psychology. Application deadline: October 1, 2021

TERM ADJUNCT (PSYC 352) FALL 2021 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 352 Term Adjunct position (PDF, 220 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Cognitive and Language Development (PSYC 352/3.0). This is a lecture course with an expected enrolment of 120 students. Application deadline: July 27, 2021

TEACHING FELLOW (PSYC 352) FALL 2021 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 352 Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 648 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Cognitive and Language Development (PSYC 352/3.0). This is a lecture course with an expected enrolment of 120 students. Application deadline: July 27, 2021

TERM ADJUNCT (PSYC 436) FALL 2021 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 436 Term Adjunct position (PDF, 221 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Sexuality and Gender (PSYC 436/3.0). This is a seminar course with an expected enrolment of 25 students. Application deadline: July 27, 2021

TEACHING FELLOW (PSYC 436) FALL 2021 - Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University - More information on this PSYC 436 Teaching Fellow position (PDF, 346 KB)
The Department of Psychology at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching a course in Sexuality and Gender (PSYC 436/3.0). This is a seminar course with an expected enrolment of 25 students. Application deadline: July 27, 2021

GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT (CASUAL PART-TIME) - School of Nursing, Queen's University - More information on this Graduate Research Assistant position (PDF, 29 KB)
Reporting to Dr. Jacqueline Galica, the Graduate Research Assistant will play a role in preparing for and implementing data collection and analysis for a two-phase explanatory sequential mixed methods study entitled ‘Using Transitions Theory to examine approaches for individuals who are returning to work’. Posted here: July 19, 2021

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW (FULL TIME) - YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH - Queen's University - More information on this Youth Mental Health position (PDF, 445 KB)
The U-Flourish research team is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to coordinate and further develop several large funded multi-site projects focused on University Student Mental Health. Dr. Anne Duffy is the nominated principal investigator for the U-Flourish Student Mental Health and Academic Success program of research at Queen’s University. Posted here July 12, 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

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