Graduate Assistants/Teaching Assistants

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
GA/TA POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR
FALL 2021

In accordance with Article 12:01 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement, the Department of Psychology invites applications for GA/TA positions for Fall 2021. The approximate total funds for GA/TA Assistantships allocated to the Department of Psychology for Fall 2021 are based on last year’s allocation and projected enrollment. The projected number of hours for GA’s are 10,000 hours with 140 hrs per position being anticipated for most, which can be comprised of any of the course hours below, with a possibility of some 70-hr positions. The projected number of TA hours are 1,600 hours with positions of 100 hours each. Positions will be assigned in accordance with the criteria in Article 12:03 and 12:04 of the CUPE 4580 collective agreement.

Graduate Assistantship eligibility requirements:

  • Currently enrolled graduate student in Psychology
  • Must be registered for the term of work at the time of hiring
  • Must maintain fulltime registration throughout the term and must be in good standing in the degree program
  • Must have access to a computer with a reliable internet connection with video and audio capabilities
  • Must be familiar with Blackboard and MS Teams or be able to acquire knowledge through training.
    NOTE: Graduate Assistantship requires an average of 10 hours per week for a maximum of 140 hours per semester.

Teaching Assistantship eligibility requirements: (TA positions will be assigned if there is a shortage of GA applicants)

  • Must be third year standing or beyond
  • Currently enrolled undergraduate student majoring in Psychology, Disabilities Studies, or Behavior, Cognition, Neuroscience
  • Must have 80% cumulative average or above
  • Have taken and obtained a minimum mark of 80% in the specific course
  • Must be registered for the term of work at the time of hiring
  • Must maintain registration throughout the term and must be in good standing in the degree program
  • Must have access to a computer with a reliable internet connection with video and audio capabilities
  • Must be familiar with Blackboard and MS Teams or be able to acquire knowledge through training.

NOTE: Teaching Assistants cannot be employed for more than 100 hours per semester total. If you already hold or have applied for another TA position (in this or another department) note that the total combined hours for all TA appointments held in all departments cannot exceed 100 hours total for the period of September – December.

Assistants will be required to assist with one or more of the following:

  • Marking of tests and exams.
  • Assisting with preparation of course materials.
  • Teaching labs.
  • Attending classes.
  • Managing grading.
  • Holding virtual office hours.
  • Other duties assigned by the course instructor on Form 1.
  • Exam proctoring responsibilities as assigned by the Department of Psychology.

Animal Care Assistants – in addition to the requirements above must meet the following requirements:

  • Must have taken PSYC 3530 or at least another course with animals (ie. Animal Behavior in biology)
  • Must have been trained to work with rodents either in our rodent lab or have gone through ACC orientation without Animal Care Coordinator
  • Must have taken and passed the one-day ACC animal welfare course given by our vet
  • Will be required to attend campus to care for the rodents.

All GAs and TAs hired are required to complete the online accessibility training and Integrated Accessibility Standards Act training at www.uwindsor.ca/requiredtraining and provide proof of completion to the Department of Psychology. You must complete the training and submit the certificate to Psychology one time while at the University of Windsor. Please note:  Psychology will only compensate GAs/TAs under contract, one time, for up to 2 hours to complete both training modules, if the training has not been previously completed.

Course #

Course Title

Section

Days and Times

Location

Instructor

# of projected positions and hours

PSYC 1070

Positive Psychology

30-LEC

W 7-9:50pm

Synchronous Online

Kenneth Hart

140 GA hours

PSYC 1150

Introduction to Psychology as a Behavioural Science

1- LEC

T R 10-11:20am

Synchronous Online

Kendall Soucie

420 GA Hours and 200 TA Hours

 

 

2- LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Scott Mattson

420 GA Hours and 200 TA Hours

 

 

30-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Chantal Boucher

420 GA Hours and 200 TA Hours

PSYC 1160

Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science

30-LEC

T 7-9:50pm

Synchronous Online

Ted Vokes

420 GA Hours and 200 TA Hours

PSYC 2230

Developmental Psychology: The Child

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Kim Babb

140 GA hours and 100 TA hours

 

 

2-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Kim Babb

140 GA hours and 100 TA hours

PSYC 2240

Developmental Psychology: Adolescence

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Scott Mattson

210 TA hours

PSYC 2250

Developmental Psychology: adulthood and Aging

1A-LEC

M W 10-11:20am

Ct For Engin. Innovation 1100

Kristoffer Romero

210 GA hours

 

 

1O- LEC

M W 10-11:20am

Livestream (Hyflex)

Kristoffer Romero

 

PSYC 2280

Abnormal Psychology

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

 Jill Singleton-Jackson

240 GA hours

 

 

30-LEC

R 7-9:50pm

Synchronous Online

Kenneth Hart

240 GA hours

PSYC 2300

Social Science Research Methods

1-LEC

T 4-5:50pm

Synchronous Online

Jorida Cila

630 GA hours

 

 

51-LAB

W 10-11:50am

Synchronous Online

 

 

 

 

52-LAB

W 2:30-4:20pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

 

 

53-LAB

R 6-7:50pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

PSYC 2360

Introduction to Social Psychology

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Kenneth Cramer

210 GA hours

PSYC 2560

Introduction to the Brain and Human Behaviour

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Christopher Abeare

280 GA hours

PSYC 3130

Advanced Statistics

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Kenneth Cramer

280 GA hours

 

 

51-LAB

R 7-7:50pm

Synchronous Online

Kenneth Cramer

 

 

 

52-LAB

R 8-8:50pm

Synchronous Online

Kenneth Cramer

 

PSYC 3200

Tests and Measurements

1A-LEC

T R 1-2:20pm

Asynchronous Online

Kenneth Cramer

210 GA hours

PSYC 3220

Child Psychopathology

1-LEC

T R 2:30-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

Philip Ricciardi

210 GA hours

PSYC 3230

Developmental Disabilities

1-LEC

M W 8:30-9:50am

Synchronous Online

Philip Ricciardi

140 GA hours

PSYC 3270

Psychological Perspective on Parenting

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Jessica Kichler

140 GA hours

PSYC 3330

Introduction to Clinical Psychology

91-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Antonio Pascual-Leone

140 GA hours

PSYC 3340

Applied Social Psychology

1-LEC

M W 10-11:20am

Synchronous Online

Gregory Chung-Yan

140 GA hours

PSYC 3350

Human Sensation and Perception

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Lori Buchanan

350 GA hours

 

 

51-LAB

W 4-5:50pm

Synchronous Online

Lori Buchanan

 

 

 

52-LAB

W 6:00-7:50pm

Synchronous Online

Lori Buchanan

 

PSYC 3530

Learning and Behaviour

1A-LEC

M 12:30-1:20pm; W F 12:30-1:20pm

Toldo Health Ed Ctr 104 Livestream (Hyflex)

Jerry Cohen

140 GA hours and 100 TA hours

 

 

1B-LEC

W 12:30-1:20pm; M W 12:30-1:20pm

Toldo Health Ed Ctr 104 Livestream (Hyflex)

Jerry Cohen

 

 

 

1O- LEC

M W F 12:30-1:20pm

Livestream (Hyflex)

Jerry Cohen

 

 

 

51-LAB

M 10-11:50am

Synchronous Online

Jerry Cohen

 

 

 

52-LAB

T 10-11:50am

Synchronous Online

Jerry Cohen

 

 

 

53-LAB

W 10-11:50am

Synchronous Online

Jerry Cohen

 

 

 

54-LAB

R 10-11:50am

Synchronous Online

Jerry Cohen

 

PSYC 3580

Cognitive Processes

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Renee Biss

210 GA hours

 

 

51-LAB

T 7-7:50pm

Synchronous Online

Renee Biss

 

PSYC 4150

History and Systems of Psychology

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Julie Hakim-Larson

70 GA hours

PSYC 4220

Advanced Developmental Psychology: Emotional Development

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Julie Hakim-Larson

70 GA hours

PSYC 4230

Advanced Developmental Psychology: Cognitive Development

1-LEC

T R 2:30-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

Kim Babb

70 GA hours

PSYC 4270

Methods of Behavioural Change

1-LEC

T R 10-11:20am

Synchronous Online

Jessica Kichler

140 GA hours

PSYC 4320

Community Psychology

1-LEC

M 4-6:50pm

Synchronous Online

Ted Vokes

140 GA hours

PSYC 4400

Seminar in the Psychology of Women

1-LEC

W 8:30-11:20am

Synchronous Online

Charlene Senn

70 GA hours

PSYC 4450

Stereotyping, Prejudice and Discrimination

1-LEC

M W 2:30pm-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

Catherine Kwantes

140 GA hours

PSYC 4500

Practicum in Social Change

1-LEC

M W 1:00-2:20pm

Synchronous Online

Maria Frances Cachon

140 GA hours

PSYC 4960

Thesis: Seminar

1-LEC

F 10-11:50am

Synchronous Online

Kathryn Lafreniere

140 GA hours

PSYC 8503

Biological Bases of Behaviour

1A-LEC

R 1-3:50pm

Toldo Health Ed Ctr 201

Kristoffer Romero

70 GA hours

 

 

1B-LEC

R 1-3:50pm

Livestream (Hyflex)

Kristoffer Romero

 

PSYC 8511

Statistics for Graduate Study in Psychology I

1A-LEC

R 8:30-11:20am

CHS 53

Dennis Jackson

350 GA hours

 

 

1O-LEC

R 8:25-11:15am

Livestream (Hyflex)

Dennis Jackson

 

 

 

51-LAB

M 8:30-9:50am

Synchronous Online

Dennis Jackson

 

PSYC 8580

Psychopathology

1-LEC

T 1-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

Lance Rappaport

140 GA hours

PSYC 8582

Clinical Assessment I

1-LEC

M 5-7:50pm

Synchronous Online

Erin Picard

350 GA hours

 

 

51-LAB

W 1-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

PSYC 8589

Advanced Adult Assessment

1-LEC

T 8:30-11:20am

Synchronous Online

Nikita Yeryomenko

210 GA hours

PSYC 8640

Child Clinical Neuropsychology: Theory, Methods, and Research

1A-LEC

M 10am-12:50pm

CHS 53

Joseph Casey

140 GA hours

 

 

1O-LEC

M 10am-12:50pm

Livestream (Hyflex)

Joseph Casey

 

PSYC 8652

Child Clinical Assessment

1A-LEC

W 8:30-11:20am

CHS 51

Patti Fritz

210 GA hours

 

 

1O-LEC

W 8:30-11:20am

Livestream (Hyflex)

Patti Fritz

 

PSYC 8688

Introduction Practicum in Clinical Neuropsychology

1-LEC

 

Face to Fac - Talk to Dept

Joseph Casey

210 GA hours

PSYC 8689

Intensive Practicum in Clinical Neuropsychology

1-LEC

 

Face to Fac - Talk to Dept

Joseph Casey

 

PSYC 8692

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy I

1-LEC

T 1-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

Michael Boroughs

140 GA hours

 

 

2-LEC

T 1-3:50pm

Synchronous Online

Dana Menard

 

PSYC 8696

Emotion Focused Therapy I

1-LEC

T 8:30-11:20am

Synchronous Online

Antonio Pascual-Leone

140 GA hours

PSYC 8701

Clinical Practicum: MA Level

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Michael Boroughs

70 GA hours

 

 

2-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Michael Boroughs

 

 

 

3-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Shawn Herrington

 

PSYC 9020

Clinical Practicum: PhD Level

1-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Michael Boroughs

70 GA hours

 

 

2-LEC

 

Asynchronous Online

Michael Boroughs

 

SOSC 2500

Basic Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

30-LEC

T 7-9:50pm

Synchronous Online

Cecilia Jorgenson

420 GA hours and 300 TA hours

 

 

51-LAB

W 7-9:50pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

 

 

52-LAB

W 11:30am-12:20pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

 

 

53-LAB

W 12:30-1:20pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

 

 

54-LAB

W 1:30-2:20pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

 

 

55-LAB

T 11:30am- 12:20pm

Synchronous Online

 

 

Animal Care

 

 

 

 

Jerry Cohen

200 TA hours

PSYC POOL

 

 

 

 

Lori Buchanan

280 GA Hours

WGST 3500

Practical Strategies for Social Change: Intervening to Prevent Sexual Assault

1-LEC

T R 11:30am-12:50pm

Synchronous Online

Salsabel Almanssori

140 GA hours

 

*The University's health and safety protocols and public health and safety regulations that are in place at that time will be observed for any face-to-face or on-campus duties that may be required to support the above listed courses*

Deadline for receiving applications: Friday, July 23rd, 2021 at 4:00pm

Application: https://uwindsor.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_80qtp4SzfES6dXo

Note that Graduate Assistants must apply each term by the application deadline, in accordance with Article 13:

"With respect to those students who have applied for and been accepted for Assistantships, the Assistant will not be paid for any shortFall of hours at the end of their respective program, provided the University has satisfied its obligation to post available positions each term in writing and on the AAU website and to offer the minimum terms of support in accordance with Article 13:01 (a) & (b) and provided that the Assistant has applied in writing or via e-mail by the application deadline for each term until they have received the minimum terms of support in accordance with Article 13:01 (a) & (b)."

 

In pursuit of the University of Windsor’s Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Members of Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply. 

 

Please contract Graduate Secretary Lauren Waymouth (lwaymout@uwindsor.ca) if you have any questions.

Date Posted: Monday, July 12th, 2021