Dr. Graeme Haynes is seeking TA support for the below courses:
- Psych 2720A: duties involve marking assignments (approx. 60); preferably a grad student in social psychology
If interested, please contact Prof. Haynes at email@example.com
Dr. Alexandra Zidenberg is seeking TA support for the below courses:
- Psych 3891F: Seeking 1 TA for Experimental Research Methods (20 hours; Fall). This position will primarily involve marking but guest lectures can be arranged. Looking for a TA with strong quantitative skills and experience using experimental research methods/statistics. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Laura Rosen is seeking marker support for the below courses:
- Psych 3992F - Background in neuroscience and/or pharmacology is preferred. Marking is for one 500 word assignment in a class of up to 20 students and possibility of helping to mark final research proposals.
If interested, please contract Prof. Rosen at email@example.com
Dr. Lynne Jackson is seeking TA support for the below course:
Psych 3725F, Psychology of Prejudice – Marking assistance. Background in social psychology with knowledge of the content area. Graduate level experience.
If interested, please contact Prof. Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Kathryn Turnbull is seeking TA support for the below courses:
Psych 3310F: Adult Psychopathology (TA support for both 571 and 570 sections, Fall term). Work will involve marking short written assignments and longer assignments. Familiarity with APA format (7th edition) Style Guidelines and research methods in the Social Sciences preferred.
Psych 2310A: Introduction to Clinical Psychology (TA support for Fall term). Work will involve marking short written assignments on topics related to Clinical Psychology. Prior course work (undergraduate or graduate) in a mental health related subject preferred, but not required.
Please contact Dr. Kathryn Turnbull at email@example.com