This is a friendly reminder that your program advising team (Sarah Carmichael and Shadi Sibani) will not be available by telephone or email from the end of December 23 to January 8 when the University is officially closed for the winter break. If you have questions about your Fall term grades or Winter 2017 courses, they will be pleased to assist you when the University re-opens on Monday January 9th. See this post for full details.
Saint Mary’s University’s Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research and Faculty of Science have launched a new Forensic Psychology stream in their Master of Science in Applied Psychology Program.
Meet the OPS on Wednesday, January 11th at 2pm. Faculty of Arts students and alumni learn about Summer Jobs and New Grad Internship Program opportunities with the Ontario Public Service. Get tips on how to apply successfully for upcoming opportunities. Register at ryerson.ca/career | Click On This Event On The Calendar To Register.
The PSA is planning a weekend trip to Montreal to tour the Psychology Grad programs at McGill and Concordia universities so students can determine if the program, school, and culture of Montreal is a right fit for them. The trip is taking place from January 13th- January 15th, 2017; before the full start of second semester. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this form.
For those of you who did not attend one of the Learning Abroad information sessions or if you would like more information on Exchanges and how to apply, please see the links in this post.
Interested in gaining practical, degree-relevant community experience this semester Fostering, Empowering, Advocating, Together (FEAT) for Children of Incarcerated Parents (www.featforchildren.org) is a non-profit organization that works to improve the lives of children and youth affected by familial incarceration. In partnership with FEAT, Ryerson University undergraduate and graduate students can become volunteer mentors at one of the four Peer Mentorship programs offered throughout the GTA.
Some students may notice that courses they selected for enrolment were dropped, and subsequently not added to their schedule. While we have previously blogged about this issue and why it might happen, some students may still be confused. This post is intended to clarify some key points on dropped courses.