We are currently seeking the collaboration of men 18 years and older who identified themselves as gay to participate in a single interview lasting approximately one hour.
This meeting will take place at the University of Ottawa and will be conducted entirely in French. This research is led by Mr. David Buetti, and under the supervision of Professor Lilian Negura, Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and specialist in
social psychology. This project is within the framework of writing thesis of Mr. Buetti.
The objectives of this study is to 1) understand what homosexuality is for …
GSAÉD elections will take place on March 18th and 19th in the UCU, GSD, CBY, and RGN.
There will be an additional vote date on March 20th in GSD.
Below is a complist list of the candidates:
Student Life Commissioner
Angela Plant – Regeneration
Patricia Barra de la Tremblay
Louise Chartrand – Regeneration
University Affairs Commissioner
Brenna Quigley – Regeneration
Matthew Lafreniere – Regeneration
Gabrielle Ross-Marquette – Regeneration
Senate Representative – Science and Engineering
Kashif Masud Awan
Senate Representative – Social Sciences and Humanities
CFS members (yes, that includes you, uOttawa grads!) can file their taxes online for free, using UFILE.
GSAÉD is deeply concerned and disturbed by the revelations of violent rape threats made against the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa’s (SFUO) President Anne-Marie Roy, as well as the alleged sexual assault committed by several members of the Gee-Gees hockey team.
Rape culture is prevalent across campuses and in Canadian society at large. GSAÉD stands in solidarity with Anne-Marie and with all of the victims and survivors of Sexual Assault. GSAÉD fully and unconditionally condemns the actions of Bart Tremblay, Alexandre Giroux, Alex Larochelle, Pat Marquis, and Michel Fournier-Simard. We applaud the efforts of the SFUO members who called for and …
3MT® is a university-wide competition for graduate students in which participants present their research and its wider impact in three minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges. The challenge is to present complex research in an engaging, accessible and compelling way, using only one slide. The winners of the uOttawa competition on March 6, 2014, will proceed on to the provincial competition, hosted by McMaster University on April 24, 2014. The 3MT competition will be in English. (There will be a French competition sponsored by ACFAS in May 2014.)
***Deadline to submit your application: Friday, January 31, 2014. …
In the context of my master’s research project aiming to study the central auditory processing of speech sounds in children with impaired hearing, I am currently looking for normal hearing children, English-speaking or French-speaking, aged between 6 years old and 14 years old, and without any global developmental disorder or delay, learning disorder or delay, or any diagnosed attention deficiency. I particularly need two 6-year-old boys : one boy aged from 6 to 6 years and 5 months (inclusively) and one boy aged from 6 to 6 years and 7 months (inclusively), and one boy aged from 10 years and …