Assoc Professor, Business Ethics (tenure), UBC. Due: Sept 30th, 2016

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Tenured Position in Business Ethics

The Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver Campus) invites applications for a new professorship in the broad area of Business Ethics, which could include the study of Responsible and Social Impact Investing, ESG-based risk management and/or accounting, Strategy and Corporate Responsibility, Values-based Corporate Culture, and Ethical Decision-Making, broadly construed. Although we will consider applications at all levels of seniority, we are particularly interested in recruiting a scholar at the associate professor level. Applicants should have a strong record of high-quality research in a business-related field and should have completed a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline such as Business/Management, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, or Philosophy.

The position would be associated with a division within our existing research-based divisional structure (i.e., Accounting, Finance, Management and Information Systems, Marketing and Behavioural Science, Operations and Logistics, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources, and Strategy and Business Economics.)

Duties include maintaining an active research program, teaching in one or more of the Bachelor of Commerce, MBA and Ph.D. programs, supervising Ph.D. students, as well as contributing to other teaching and administrative initiatives at the Sauder School of Business. Ideally, the successful applicant would be able to contribute to a core research division within the School as well as provide interdisciplinary leadership around the themes of business ethics and the positive social impact of business. In addition to providing world-class research leadership, the successful applicant would also provide academic leadership to the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics, a new teaching, outreach, and research centre in the School. Teaching and service requirements are similar to other research-intensive universities.

The Sauder School of Business is part of the University of British Columbia (UBC) and attracts a high quality, diverse student body to its undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. programs. UBC is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which is regularly listed as one of best places to live in the world. With a population of 2.5 million, greater Vancouver is a vibrant and culturally diverse metropolitan area situated between mountains and the Pacific Ocean on Canada’s west coast.

Subject to budgetary approval, the position starts July 1, 2017. Information regarding hiring is available on our website at:

To apply, interested candidates should submit (1) a letter of interest for the position (no more than 3 pages), (2) a current curriculum vitae, preferably including the names and contact information of four references on the last page, (3) statement of research interests (no more than 3 pages), and (4) statement of teaching interests and past accomplishments (no more than 2 pages). Please do not send letters of reference unless we request them. Applications should be sent via e-mail to Questions about the position may be directed to the Centre’s interim academic director, Dale Griffin, at The deadline for applications is September 30th, 2016. However, applications may be considered after this date until the position is filled.

Applicants to faculty positions at the Sauder School of Business are asked to complete the following equity survey. The survey link for this ad is Your participation is voluntary and anonymous. The information will not be used to determine eligibility for employment. The answers will be collated to provide data that can assist us in understanding the diversity of our applicant pool and identifying potential barriers to the employment of designated equity group members. This survey takes only a minute to complete. You may self-identify in one or more of the designated equity groups. You may decline to identify in any or all of the questions by choosing “not disclosed.” Thank you in advance for your participation.

Invitation to Participate in a Needs Assessment Survey on the Needs of Aboriginal Youth and Families Living with FASD

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Hello, my name is Billie Joe Rogers, I am a graduate student at Simon Fraser University and an Ojibwe member of Aamjiwnaang First Nation. I am a PhD student at SFU in the department of Psychology, and am conducting a study to better understand the needs of Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD.
I am looking to hear from those who can speak about the needs of Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD – the survey is open to anyone in BC.
The purpose of the survey is to learn about the support needs of Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD. The survey will ask about the top needs in different areas (e.g., school needs, needs in the assessment process), what services are available and what services are missing, but needed in your community.
The information you provide in this survey will be used to inform an evaluation of a current project working to support Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD. Because the goal is that this survey will contribute to a comprehensive assessment of needs, the questions are mostly qualitative and it is expected that the survey will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.
For participation in the survey, your email will be entered into a draw for one of these prizes:
  1. Grand prize: a $250 Apple gift card
  2. Second prize: one of two $100 Apple gift cards
  3. Third prize: one of nine $50 Apple gift cards.
The survey is available now, and will close on June 15, 2016. The survey link is:
I have also attached a pdf invitation to participate in the survey.
Thank you for your help in gathering this important information!
Thank you,
Billie Joe

Job – Assistant Professor (Tenure-track) Aboriginal Psychology at the University of Calgary. Due: Jan 8, 2016

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Assistant Professor in Aboriginal Psychology, Department of Psychology
Faculty of Arts
The Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Aboriginal Psychology.  The anticipated start date is July 1, 2016.  Specific area of research within the domain of Aboriginal psychology is open, but it is expected that applicants’ research will be relevant to Canada’s indigenous peoples.
This position is part of the Faculty of Arts plans for an aboriginal strategy. This involves a cluster hire initiative of six (6) tenure-track positions in aboriginal research and scholarship. While appointed to individual departments, the cluster hires will facilitate cross-disciplinary and collaborative research, education and outreach by building on traditions of knowledge and experience developed among First Nation, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada and the partnerships that have emerged between these groups and the University of Calgary.
The successful candidate will establish and maintain an active and externally-funded research program that is relevant to the local indigenous communities in Canada, preferably within Alberta. In addition, the successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, and in particular, to develop and teach courses in the field of Aboriginal Psychology. As well, there may be opportunities to contribute to teaching in the International Indigenous Studies program within the Faculty of Arts. Further expectations include mentoring students, supervising honours and graduate students, participating in departmental and university service, and engaging with the community.
The preferred candidate will have a PhD in Psychology.  Candidates who do not possess a PhD but are near completion of a PhD will be considered.  The successful candidate must display evidence of strength in both research and teaching.  Candidates may demonstrate evidence of, or potential for, research merit through peer-reviewed publications in high quality journals, a strong record of research productivity and an ability to successfully secure research grants. Evidence of distinction in teaching may be demonstrated via a teaching dossier (including a convincing statement of teaching philosophy, strong teaching evaluations, and/or a persuasive record of commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching, student supervision, and mentorship). Preference will be given to candidates who have experience and expertise in advancing projects in and with indigenous communities.
The Department of Psychology is dynamic and growing, currently having 34 faculty members, over 80 graduate students, and 834 undergraduate majors. It offers BA, BSc, MSc, and PhD programs.  We are a highly collegial department, and it is anticipated that the successful candidate will participate in multi-disciplinary collaborations within the Department of Psychology, the Faculty of Arts and the University more broadly. Applicants may find more information about the Department at .
Applications (including a curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and teaching dossier, a maximum of three samples of scholarly work, as well as three letters of recommendation) should be sent by January 8, 2016 to:
H. Lorraine Radtke, Ph.D.
Chair, Aboriginal Psychology Search Committee
Department of Psychology
University of Calgary
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary AB T2N 1N4
These materials can also be sent electronically to .
The University of Calgary believes that a respectful workplace, equal opportunity and building a diverse workforce contribute to the richness of the environment for teaching, learning and research, and provide faculty, staff, students and the public with a university that reflects the society it serves. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. In this connection, at the time of your application, please answer the following questions: Are you a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada? (Yes/No)
About the University of Calgary
The University of Calgary is a leading Canadian university located in the nation’s most enterprising city. The university has a clear strategic direction to become one of Canada’s top five research universities by 2016, where innovative teaching and groundbreaking research go hand in hand, and where we fully engage the communities we both serve and lead. The strategy is called Eyes High, inspired by our Gaelic motto, which translates to ‘I will lift up my eyes’.
To succeed as one of Canada’s top universities, where new ideas are created, tested and applied through first-class teaching and research, the University of Calgary needs more of the best minds in our classrooms and labs. We’re increasing our scholarly capacity by investing in people who want to change the world, bringing the best and brightest to Calgary to form a global intellectual hub and achieve advances that matter to everyone.
To view a listing of all available academic opportunities and to find out more about what the University of Calgary has to offer, please visit our Academic Careers website
About Calgary, Alberta
Named a cultural capital of Canada and one of the best places to live in the world, Calgary is a city of leaders – in business, community, philanthropy and volunteerism. Calgarians benefit from the strongest economy in the nation and enjoy more days of sunshine per year than any other major Canadian city. Calgary is less than an hour’s drive from the majestic Rocky Mountains and boasts the most extensive urban pathway and bikeway network in North America. 

CFP – 35th International Human Science Research Conference (IHSRC). Due: Feb 16, 2016

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International Human Science Research Conference (IHSRC)

July 3 to 7, 2016, uOttawa

This is a call for papers and workshops for the 35th International Human Science Research Conference (IHSRC) which will be held from July 3 to 7, 2016 at the University of Ottawa. Deadline for submissions is February 16, 2016.


Please see the conference website for information about the keynote and invited speakers:



To submit a paper or workshop, please see the following link:



Some background on IHSRC: The estimated number of participants based on previous years is between 125-150. IHSRC is interdisciplinary in nature and attracts delegates from many fields such as education, psychology, medicine, nursing, etc. Some of the most influential scholars that have been keynotes at IHSRC over the years include: Max van Manen, Maxine Green, Madeleine Grumet, Alphonso Lingis (translator of Merleau-Ponty), and Amedeo Giorgi.

The thread that interconnects the participants of IHSRC is the focus on phenomenology as a methodology. The premise of phenomenological research is to search for meaning through a balanced engagement with direct lived experience in a particular domain and careful interrogation mediated by existential modes of questioning. Delegates attending IHSRC are thus primarily interested in mobilizing methodological knowledge that pertains to the practical and philosophic tenets of the methodology of phenomenology. Here are some conference links to see some of our history:

IHSRC 2015, Norway:

IHSRC 2014, Halifax:

IHSRC 2013, Denmark:

IHSRC 2011, Oxford England:


We hope that you may be part of the 2016 IHSRC experience.  For further information, please contact Rebecca Lloyd in the faculty of education,

Job – Associate Professor Counselling Psychology, SFU Faculty of Education, Due: Nov. 15, 2015

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Associate Professor Counselling Psychology – Simon Fraser University Faculty of Education

Tenure-track Associate Professor position at SFU for contribution to the teaching of any of the core counselling courses and support of graduate student research. Candidates will contribute to the growth of the Counselling Psychology program at the SFU Surrey campus. The program includes the SFU Surrey Counselling Centre, which works in collaboration with the Surrey School Board. Along with clinical training, the Centre supports research in counselling practice and supervision.

Commencement date: September 1, 2016

Applications close: November 15, 2015

Role requirements: Applicants will be expected to teach and develop counselling related courses and programming at both the undergraduate and graduate level, work with pre-practicum and practicum students, and to supervise graduate research.

Requirements documents: must possess a doctoral degree in Counselling Psychology or related field, the ability to develop a program of research related to Counselling Psychology, and a minimum of three years of counselling practice experience in the field. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to three or more of the key teaching areas of the program including:

Theories and ethics of counselling

Counselling skills and strategies

Group counselling

Career counselling

School counselling (K-12)

Family counselling

Expertise and experience in counselling Aboriginal people and/or counselling in multicultural contexts are significant assets for this position.

SFU is a university that serves students of diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic and international origins and, therefore, interests and or experience in working in multicultural and international settings with students of diverse backgrounds is a desired attribute of applicants.

Apply by sending a current curriculum vitae, a scholarly publication and a signed application letter that includes the description of the applicant’s scholarly interests, research plans and achievements, teaching experience, and potential contributions to the faculty, as well as names and contact information of three referees to Rina Zazkis, Chair, Appointments Committee, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC, Canada, V5A 1S6, alternatively email three separate files (Word or PDF) to

Job – Academic Success Counselor, Leech Lake Tribal College, Due: Oct. 21, 2015

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POSITION TITLE: Academic Success Counselor
Under the direction of the Dean of Students, advise new and prospective students to programs within the College and assists students in exploring careers, evaluating academic abilities, and setting goals. Academic Success Counselor provides individual and group counseling services to meet the developmental, preventive, and remedial needs of students.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Assesses the student’s stage of development and promotes student growth by determining suitable developmental tasks; assists student in establishing realistic and attainable academic and career goals.  Advises students on academic, career and personal issues; identifies the educational and career options appropriate for each student and assists with the analysis of each option. Identifies options for student to satisfy degree requirements; evaluates and makes recommendations on petitions and amendments to student’s program of study; assists students in completion.  Monitors academic progress of students; analyzes progress reports from instructors; determines eligibility and satisfactory progress toward degree; identifies current and potential needs and refers students to appropriate resources for assistance.
Bachelor’s degree in Education, Psychology, Counseling or related field and 1 year academic advising experience; a minimum of one 1-3 years related work experience in an academic environment. Master’s degree in related disciplined and related experience preferred. Experience with electronic student management software is a plus. Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
POSITION CLOSES: October 21, 2015
Visit our website at for more information.  Send LLTC application and resume to: Human Resources, Leech Lake Tribal College, 6945 Littlewolf Rd Cass Lake, MN 56633. Phone (218) 335-4261

CFP – Psychology Outside the Box (POTB) Conference 2015. Deadline Extended: Mar 15, 2015

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The submission deadline for the 2015 Psychology Outside the Box (POTB) Conference has beenextended to April 1st! 

The 4th National POTB Conference will take place on May 14-15, 2015 at the University of Ottawa.

This student-run conference promotes interdisciplinary psychological research by encouraging dialogue between different paradigms in psychology, extending its reach to other scientific disciplines, making research in psychology more accessible to the general public, and cultivating and strengthening interest in psychology among high school and undergraduate students.
We invite you to come and share your research at the POTB Conference by submitting an abstract at

Keynote speakers: This year’s conference will feature two keynote speakers! We are honoured to receive Dr. Kathleen Vohs, from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota and Dr. David Pizarro, from Cornell University located in Ithaca, New York. Dr. Vohs’s research in social psychology examines different applications of this discipline in business and marketing, while Dr. Pizarro specializes in the effects of emotion on political and moral judgment.

NEW THIS YEAR Pimp My Research: Research Idea Incubator – Come out and discuss research ideas on the topic of your choice in a small group of peers!

NEW THIS YEAR Research Speed Networking: Speed dating reinvented for researchers. Meet peers and discuss your current research project – under 5 minutes!

Submit an abstract:
Please send your abstracts for oral, group symposium and poster presentations in either English or French by March 15st, 2015 via the conference website: You can also submit a topic that you would like to bring to a research idea incubator session. We welcome submissions from undergraduate students, and encourage their attendance.

We are looking forward to having you with us at the 2015 POTB Conference!

The 2015 POTB committee

POTB Conference | Conférence POTB

University of Ottawa – May 14-15, 2015 | Université d’Ottawa – 14-15 mai 2015


Twitter @POTB2015

Email | Courriel

CFP – Multicultural Perspectives on Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma, Due Apr 30, 2015

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The Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma (JAMT)announces the forthcoming Special Issue on:

Multicultural Perspectives on Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma
Guest Editors: Skultip Sirikantraporn, PsyD and Julii Green, PsyD

Manuscripts that cover multicultural perspectives on intergenerational transmission of trauma will be considered for this Special Issue. Transmission of trauma from one generation to later generations has been a subject of study for decades, such as the topic of Holocaust survivors and their offspring. Several mechanisms have been identified, including parenting style, over-identification with parents’ experiences, transmission of fear and mistrust, and parental narratives (or lack thereof) of the trauma.  The secondary traumatization surfaced in many posttraumatic manifestations in the children and families of the trauma survivors, such as somatic symptoms (e.g., headaches, dizziness, difficulty breathing), emotional numbing, a sense of a foreshortened future, and heightened sensations.

Epidemiology studies of PTSD and trauma exposure suggest that in adults, at least 25% of the population will have experienced such an event, and by the age of 45, most of the population will have experienced a traumatic event with a significant subset of the population experiencing multiple events. While the topic of intergenerational transmission of trauma has been studied, it has been limited only to a few cultural groups. This call for papers attempts to build on the existing literature in this topic and expand it to cover the phenomenon in various cultural groups. We conceptualize multiculturalism as including diversity pertaining to age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, religious/spiritual belief, gender, etc.

Topics may include but are not limited to:

  • Conceptual models that explain mechanisms of intergenerational transmission of trauma from a multicultural standpoint;
  • Identification of protective and risk factors at different points in the lifespan, pertinent to specific cultural groups and/or multiple cultural groups;
  • Links between mechanisms of intergenerational transmission of trauma and prevention or intervention programs for specific cultural groups; and
  • Review of protective and risk factors through meta-analysis.

Manuscript Submissions

Articles vary between 20-30 pages double spaced. Manuscripts may be submitted through theJAMT website:

Please note in your cover letter that you are submitting for the special issue. The deadline for submitting manuscripts is April 30, 2015. Inquiries regarding topic or scope for the special issue may be sent to Skultip Sirikantraporn ( and Julii Green( Please be sure to CC: on all communications.

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Job – Psychology Diversity Postdoctoral Fellows, postdoc & tenure track appointment, Due Nov. 30, 2014

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Psychology Diversity Postdoctoral Fellows
The Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan invites applications for a combined postdoc and tenure track faculty appointment.  Fellows will have up to 2 years to develop his or her independent research program without teaching and service responsibilities before entering the tenure track.  Pending a positive review during the second year of the post-doctoral period, the fellow will be invited to move into a tenure track assistant professor position. 
The fellow may affiliate with any area of Psychology (i.e., Biopsychology, Clinical, Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, Developmental, Education and Psychology, Personality and Social Contexts, Social Psychology, Psychology and Women’s Studies). The Psychology Department is committed to providing mentoring and research resources that will support fellows in establishing independent research programs. 
We seek applicants whose research, teaching and service will contribute to our diversity mission. We are particularly interested in scholars who are members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in Psychology or whose research interests bring a critical perspective to understanding the experiences of groups that are historically under-represented (by race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexual orientation etc.).
Successful candidates must have a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline by the time the position starts (September 1, 2015). Fellows will be expected to establish an independent research program but will be encouraged to establish productive collaborations with colleagues. Please submit a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, a statement of current and future research plans, a statement of teaching philosophy and experience, and evidence of teaching excellence.  In addition, all applicants should prepare a brief (1 page or less) statement describing how they will contribute to the diversity mission of the Psychology Department. Applicants should also request at least three letters of recommendation from referees. All materials should be uploaded by November 30, 2014 as PDF attachments to For inquiries about the positions please contact Denise Sekaquaptewa ( The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Qualified women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. The University is supportive of the needs of dual career couples.
2014-15 Academic Year Contact Info:
Joseph P. Gone, Ph.D.
Katz Endowed Chair (Visiting Professsor)
Department of Native American Studies
Montana State University
P.O. Box 172340
Bozeman, MT 59717-2340
Permanent Contact Info:

Joseph P. Gone, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
University of Michigan
2239 East Hall, 530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043
Tel: (734) 647-3958
Fax: (734) 615-0573
Cell: (734) 255-1420


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