Please see below for recruitment flyers sent to the Psychology Department for distribution. Contact the various institutions directly if you have any questions about their program, we do not have any specific information about these programs.
“Are you considering applying to medical school and feeling stressed about where to start? Wizeprep is here to support you on your medical school journey!
Join us for a free Medical School Roadmap webinar onThursday, February 2nd at 8:00pm Eastern, 5:00pm Pacificto get all of your questions answered about this challenging process.
This informative event will provide the following:
Overview of the medical school application process
Masters of Psychotherapy and Spirituality program (Counselling and Art Therapy streams)
The Master of Psychotherapy and Spirituality (MPS) program is an academic, professional degree that develops spiritually-informed counselors, psychotherapists, and art therapists who are well grounded in the integration of psychological and spiritual knowledge as a holistic foundation for effective therapeutic practice. The MPS degree has been developed in response to an expressed need for formal graduate counselling training that integrates psychology and spirituality. Prior to 2023, the program could be taken as either a 54-credit Counselling (or Core) stream, or a 66-credit Art Therapy stream. Beginning with 2023 intake, it is expected that both the Counseling and Art Therapy streams will be equally valued at 60 credits. As with all St. Stephen's programs, the MPS is openly accessible to people from any faith tradition or worldview. The program is offered through a blend of online and in-person courses, and can easily be taken from a distance while residing in Canada. There will be a free information session held on January 18 at 9 AM MST. Please click here to sign up. Applications for the 2023 intake are due February 1, 2023. Please visit uab.ca/mps or contact email@example.com for more information.
2022 Graduate Information Session: Master of Public Administration | Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management Are you ready to start or advance your career in public administration, nonprofit management, and public policy? Please join us for Wayne State University’s Information Session for the Graduate Programs in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 at 6:00pm. You can submit your RSVP at: https://events.wayne.edu/2022/05/04/mpa-gcnpm-information-session-92103.
The Women in STEM event is next week and you are invited! Our past events consisted of short talks from Brock University's professors and graduate students, and they were very successful. We had 125 attendees in 2020, 275 in 2021, and incredible support from Brock University and the Niagara region community from the beginning. In our 3rd edition, we are keen to expand our knowledge on the underrepresentation of women and other minorities in science and learn more about what we can do to achieve gender equity in STEM fields. With that in mind, we are expanding our annual event to incorporate a range of programming during the week of February 7 to 11, 2022. Due to the evolving pandemic, our events will happenonline. You canregister to attend the event here: https://forms.office.com/r/wf2dKFgBZY. Events are free and open to everyone. I am sending you some promotional material toshare with students, both graduate and undergraduate, and anyone else you think might benefit from the event- it's open to members of the public too, including younger students!
We hope our annual event 1) improves the recognition and visibility of women in STEM fields and 2) increases awareness of the issues that drive women away once they are involved in science, hoping to increase retention. Gender disparity in STEM continues to be an essential topic in the scientific community and we believe this event will be of great value to our community. Women in STEM 2022 - Schedule For detailed information on our sessions and speakers, go here.
Monday, Feb 7 4 - 5:30 PM:Keynote Address by Dr. Vanessa Tran - Clinical Microbiologist at Public Health Ontario 5:30 - 6:30 PM:Talk on bias, gender and disparity in STEM by Dr. Kira Lussier (PhD in History of Science)
Tuesday, Feb 8 4:30 - 7 PM:Picture a Scientist screening and panel discussion Panellists: Dr. Beatrice Ombuki-Berman: Professor, Computer Science Dr. Kirsty Spence: Associate Dean, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences; Professor, Sport Management Juana Goulart Stollmaier, MSc: PhD Candidate in Chemistry Dr. Roopali Chaudhary:Founder and CEO of Lotus STEMM; Cell Biology Specialist at Allarta Life Science; Research Associate at McMaster University Stephanie Thompson, PEng: 2020 & 2021 Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women; Founder and CEO of STEM by Steph; Engineering Team Leader at General Motors
Wednesday, Feb 9 3 - 4 PM:Burnout and Imposter Syndrome in STEM - partnering with Brock's Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre (SWAC) 5:30 - 7 PM:Meet a STEM Professional - Networking Session Here are some of the women that will join us: Amreen Rahman, P.Eng Cassandra Bergwerff, BSc Eleacia Souter, BSc Emma Kennedy, BASc Laila Mariê Francisco, M.Eng Lauren Stone, BSc Mariana Ribeiro, MSc Dr. Mona Khorasani Riani Soares, MSc... And more! Graduate students will be selected for this session on Feb 2, 2022 - apply to volunteer! Thursday, Feb 10 2 - 3 PM:Gender, Consent and Supporting Survivors in STEM - partnering with Brock's Human Rights and Equity Department (HRE) 6 - 7 PM:Trivia Night Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 trivia stars!
Friday, Feb 11 5 - 7 PM:Academia ShowcaseThe 'classic' Women in STEM Event, with short talks from professors and graduate students. Professors will share about their journey in STEM and grad students will talk about their research projects. These are some of the women that will join us: Dr. Ana Sanchez -Professor, Health Sciences Dr. Chantal Buteau -Professor, Mathematics Dr. Chryl McCormick -Associate Dean, Faculty of Math and Sciences; Professor, Psychology; Canada Research Chair in Neuroscience Dr. Mariek Schmidt -Professor, Earth Sciences Dr. Valerie Michaelson -Professor, Health Sciences
CFUW is offering a series of free pay equity virtual workshops targeted at students and college/university personnel. The series,“Raising Awareness and Empowering Women through Pay Equity”will run from October 2021 - March 2022 and seeks to provide diverse women with the tools to advocate for pay equity and engage in salary negotiation in order to address the gender wage gap.
The three-series workshops include:
Pay Equity ‘ hands-on’ Salary Negotiation: This workshop is geared toward graduating college and university students and offers practical tools to help young women identify their transferable skills, bolster their resumes and learn evidence-based negotiation strategies.
‘Train the Trainers’: Participants are trained as facilitators to effectively deliver the Pay Equity Salary Negotiation Workshop for future utilization.
Pay Equity Advocacy Campaign: This workshop focuses on how to raise public awareness about the pay gaps in Canada, how to mount a campaign, and how participants can become pay equity leaders in their community.
Each workshop is approximately 3-hours in length and will be conducted over Zoom. There is no cost to participate in the workshops, as CFUW has received a grant from Employment and Social Development Canada.All workshop materials are available in English and French.
The VSN runs about an 80 person volunteer program, which provides 24/7 services and support to victims and survivors of crime and tragic circumstances throughout the Niagara Region. Our volunteers dedicate a minimum of two 12 hour shifts a month. While on call for their shift, they may be dispatched on-scene with a partner or asked to provide telephone support to victims. Volunteers may have the chance to work side by side with police and other community agencies such as CARSA or SADV unit. We are looking to do a new volunteer training class beginning in January and running until April (I have attached all important dates). We are looking for individuals (age 21+) to think about applying to our volunteer position. These volunteers would be trained in the areas of crisis intervention and the ethics of helping, communication, domestic violence, sexual assault, safety planning, sudden death (including suicide and homicide), elder abuse, property crimes, multi-casualty occurrences, as well as the importance of self-care and debriefing.
Cope•Care•Connect is a student-designed initiative at Brock. If you’re looking for ways to feel good about yourself and the people you care about, visitCopeCareConnect.ca. Make a small pledge that could have a big impact on your wellbeing. Check outthisvideoorpodcaston the Cope•Care•ConnectYouTubechannel.
Brock Student Philosophy Club
Some students in Philosophy and Political Science programs are collecting emails from prospective members for the newly developing Philosophy Club. Please email the president at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be involved. His name is Samuel. He has suggested that if interested, in the email you could please specify whether you would be available for general membership and/or to take responsibility for an executive/leadership role. Also, please mention how you have come to learn of this opportunity, whether through an email, word, a friend, professor etc. It is a perfect opportunity to learn and be part of community development, and your involvement would not go unrecognized.