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Congratulations GSEA Award Recipients!


Congratulations to the following recipients of the GSEA award for Research or Professional Development who have been awarded $250-500 to help with travel costs related to travel for a conference, scholarly meeting, professional development workshop, or other similar event. The next round of GSEA Award funding will assist student travelling between July 1st – October 31st 2017. Applications are due June 15th, 2017. Click here for more information about this award and how to apply.

Professional Development:

  • Lisa L. Grenville (PhD- DISE)- Exceptional Children Convention & Expo 2017

Research Development:

  • William Heelis (MA- KPE)- 2017 Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium, Kingston Canada
  • Hadas Dahary (MA- ECP)- 2017 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto Canada
  • Vanessa Ferreira (MSc- KPE)- The Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Society World Congress 2017, Lyon France
  • Takashi Oba (PhD- DISE)- 2017 American Association for Applied Linguistics Meeting, Portland USA
  • Hala Mreiwed (PhD- DISE)- 2017 National Art Education Association National Convention, New York USA 
  • Abigail Shabtay (PhD- DISE)- 2017 National Art Education Association National Convention, New York USA
  • Gregory Davies (MA- ECP)- 2017 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto Canada
  • Jessica Insogna (MSc- KPE)- American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2017, Denver USA

Data confidentiality and ethical dilemmas in research: reinforcing the integrity of researchers and their sources

When: March 10th, from 1h30-3h30pm (2nd day of our 2-day CEP event)
Dynamic: Round table discussion with various interventions from the guest panelists (professors) and the students.
Topic: Data confidentiality and ethical dilemmas in research: reinforcing the integrity of researchers and their sources.
Description: In Quebec, the research ethics board is responsible for ensuring the protection of research subjects and the evaluation of research projects through ethics protocols as well as maintaining ethics authority. But recently two events brought doubt to the integrity of researchers and their sources: the Marie-Ève Maillé (PhD student at UQAM) and Patrick Lagacé (journalist) cases. During the round table, different voices will be able to give their experienced opinion on a few questions regarding the importance of ethics and the ethics board, freedom of speech, roles of researchers and much more.

Last call for Speaker Series applications!

Last call for Speaker Series applications! We will accept applications until Midnight tonight! Click here for more information:

BILD Speaker Series Tomorrow!

The BILD (Belonging, Identity, Language, and Diversity) Research Group is a McGill-based collective of Education graduate students, alumni, and faculty members who are engaged in critical sociolinguistics research. We are pleased to present the second session of the BILD Speaker Series, which will take place on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. Dr. Marilyn Steinbach from the Université de Sherbrooke will discuss her important work concerning interview ethics and efficiency. Please visit the link below for more information. We hope to see you there!

Bake Sale Today!


Join the School/Applied Child Psychology Student Association tomorrow in the EDU Lobby for some sweet v-day themed treats!

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