Tuesday Newsday: November 30, 2021
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- Campus Opportunities
- Off-Campus Opportunities
- Job Opportunities
- Office Hours and Advising Opportunities
- PLEASE ATTEND: Invited Job Candidate Talk
Thursday 12/2 at 11:10-12:00 in 08-123. flyer
- MORE TALKS TO COME -SAVE THE DATES! The PSYCD Department is interviewing candidates to bring in a new professor of Cognitive Neuroscience. They will be giving talks on the following Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:10-12. More detail will be provided as we schedule these talks.
- Thursday 12/2 11:10-12 pm 08-123 Neuroscience Candidate #1
- Tuesday 12/7 11:10-12 pm 08-123 Neuroscience Candidate #2
- Thursday 12/9 11:10-12 pm 08-123 Neuroscience Candidate #3
- BECOME AN IGD FACILITATOR. Dr. Jay Bettergarcia is teaching PSY 304 Intergroup Dialogues in the Spring, but in order to have enough student facilitators to support the course, we need more students to take the IGD facilitator training in Winter, 2022. The class/workshop is 2 hours/week for 8 weeks. You would go through the IGD training in Winter 2022 and have the opportunity to be selected as a co-facilitator for the Spring 2022 PSY 304 class with Dr. Bettergarcia!
- It's an awesome learning experience, great for a CV or resume, and perfect for developing the kinds of people-focused helping skills and diversity-focused work that graduate programs and organizations are looking for (especially in the helping professions!).
- For more information, please see here: https://cla.calpoly.edu/student-resources/IGD. Please help spread the word to club members, friends, or roommates who might be a good fit!
- COURSES WITH SPACE AVAILABLE - If you are interested in these courses but you do not have the prerequisites, please email email@example.com.
- CD 304 Infant Toddler Development
- CD 305 Early and Middle Childhood Development
- CD 351 Learning in Out-of-School Time
- CD 424 Children's Development in Diverse Cultures
- CD 431 Assessing Children's Development and Environments (counts as an upper-division PSY elective)
- CD 461 Senior Project Seminar
- PSY 202 General Psychology
- PSY 252 Social Psychology
- PSY 324 Psychology of Gender
- PSY 329 Research Methods (section 4)
- PSY 480 Cognitive Neuroscience
- FIELDWORK INTERNSHIPS
- The deadline for placement in fieldwork internships for Winter 2022 has passed. Please email Dr. Garcia with any questions or concerns.
- Permission numbers to enroll in internships will not be provided until finals week.
- RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS
- Limited to seniors graduating in or before Summer 2022 and to students on the research track.
- To explore the possibility of a research internship, please review faculty research interests on our faculty page. Not all faculty are accepting research interns at this time. To find out whether you might join a faculty research lab, attend the office hours for professors whose research activities match your interests.
- SUSPENSION OF PSY MINOR Due to the highly impacted nature of psychology courses, no new PSY minor applications will be accepted in 2021-22 (TBD when we will reinstate the minor - please check the PSYCD website in Fall 2022 for further updates).
PLANNING YOUR SCHEDULE We have updated the Tentative Course Offerings page to reflect the courses we are offering this academic year. You can also see information about course modalities for winter (in person, hybrid, virtual).
PSY 458 and CD 411 will not be offered in 2021-22 or 2022-23. If you are a PSY or CD major on the 2017-19 catalog who needs these classes to graduate, please email Dr. Jipson with a suggested upper-division PSY or CD class to use as a substitute.
PSY 344 will not be offered in 2021-22. Please take BIO 302 or wait for 22-23 to take this class.
PSY and CD 461 will waive the GWR prerequisite. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a permission number that overrides prerequisite
ALL CLUB EVENT!
Interest Form https://forms.gle/okbb3V6wsXXXGPZb9
- Our last club meeting of the quarter will be this Thursday, 12/2, from 11 am to noon in room 38-127! If you ordered a shirt, this is where we'll be handing them out! Besides that, we'll have some end-of-quarter announcements and some snacks and destressing activities before finals:) Sign up here: https://forms.gle/YKMa54vK5PffC5eZ8
- This Friday is HOLIDAY HARMONY! Holiday Harmony is one of our favorite events to volunteer with, and it will be this Friday, 12/3, from 4-8 pm! If you haven't signed up yet but would still like to come, please email us at email@example.com!
- Finally, this Sunday will be our last PCDC event of the quarter. We have reserved a fishbowl in the library and will be having coffee, scantrons, and donuts available to help everyone study :) Stop by the fishbowl 216N any time from 1-4 pm on Sunday, 12/5!
Apply now to become a funded BEACoN Research Scholar (deadline is this Friday 12/3 at 5 pm)!
BEACoN Research Mentoring is a program for underrepresented students. Selected students will receive $1500, distributed via financial aid, during each of winter and spring quarters in exchange for ~10 hours per week of research with a faculty mentor. There are four PSY/CD faculty participating (James Antony, Lucy Bencharit, Jasna Jovanovic, and Linda Lee), but be sure to check out all projects at diversity.calpoly.edu. Apply at tinyurl.com/BEACoNScholar22 and email Dr. Kelly Bennion (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions!
CHECK OUT THIS NEW WEBSITE THAT COMPILES PAID INTERNSHIPS, CONFERENCES, GRAD SCHOOL INFORMATION SESSIONS. PSYCHRESEARCHLIST
THIS IS ALSO A GREAT SOURCE OF INFORMATION ABOUT GRADUATE SCHOOL, INTERNSHIPS, ETC. RESOURCE
Hello PSY/CD students! My name is Hector Reyes and this year I am serving as your WPA student representative. I wanted to share a great opportunity that is available to you, both undergraduate and graduate students. The WPA is having their annual convention this year in person and students who are conducting research can submit a proposal for the convention. If accepted, you will be able to hold a poster presentation or an oral presentation (graduate students only) in April of 2022. This is a great opportunity to gain experience presenting at professional conferences and begin building your resume/CV for graduate school applications. Please consider this opportunity and discuss with your advisors. Proposals are due December 15th and I have included a link to the WPA website. If you have any questions about WPA, the annual convention, or proposals, feel free to email me! email@example.com. https://westernpsych.org/2022-convention/
Seneca Family of Agencies, a nonprofit mental health agency that supports children and families through the most difficult times of their lives. I'm excited to share that our agency is hiring for Family Ties Program Coordinator and Family Ties Case manager. We are now accepting applications and welcome your graduating students and alumni to apply! Seneca has hired some amazing Cal Poly alumni in the past, and we would like to continue that trend!
The Morality Lab at Boston College, led by Liane Young, is seeking a full-time Lab Manager, with a two-year commitment. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position has been filled, with the position starting as early as January 2022 and no later than July 2022.
Boston College is a research university with a strong and growing psychology department, located in an academic hub city with many opportunities for cross-lab collaboration. Members of the Morality Lab research diverse topics related to social and moral cognition; for example, the impact of social norms on virtuous behavior, social learning and prediction error, the tradeoff between principles of moral obligation and impartiality, perceptions of reputation signaling and norm signaling, and judgments of others’ actions vs. words. The lab uses behavioral methods (e.g., online data collection), fMRI, TMS, and computational modeling, in both typical and atypical populations, adults and children. Learn more by visiting https://moralitylab.bc.edu/.
Check archives for the following job postings:
- Transitions Mental Health Paid Internship
- Force Support
- Little Wings Preschool
- Monarch Behavior Solutions
- SLO Parks and Rec Youth Services
Zoom links for faculty office hours can be found on the PSYCD Website. Remember that these times are reserved for you! Drop in with advising questions, career/graduate school questions, or just to introduce yourself and chat.
- Remember: Your faculty advisor can serve as your academic and career mentor and their signature is often needed for important paperwork. Be sure to reach out to talk with your faculty advisor on a regular basis. PSY First Year Students and new transfers received an email from the department with the name of your faculty advisor. CD students can find their advisor under Academic Advising on our department website. Students admitted into the PSYCD majors through ICMA will receive an email with advisor information.
- Returning students can contact the department office if you need to be reminded of your faculty advisor's name and contact information.
- Dr. Jipson is also available to advise students advise about minors, ICMAs, course schedules, and graduation requirements.* Her office hours are listed below. Please use the calendar links below to sign up for appointments.
*All internship-related questions should be directed to Dr. Julie Garcia.
Dr. Jipson's In-Person Advising
Use this link to schedule: https://calendly.com/jjipson/in-person-advising
- Mondays 12-2/Thursdays 9-11 a.m.: In person advising only. Students can schedule a 15 minute time slot using the In-Person calendar link above, or drop in. If dropping in, priority will be given to those with an appointment.
- NO ADVISING APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE OVER THANKSGIVING WEEK
Dr. Jipson's Zoom Advising
Use this link to schedule: https://calendly.com/jjipson/zoom-advising
- Tuesdays 1-2 p.m/ Wednesdays 8:30-10:30 a.m.. Zoom advising only. Students can schedule a 15 minute time slot using the Zoom appointment calendar link.
- NO ADVISING APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE OVER THANKSGIVING WEEK