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  • Psychology Graduate Caucus

Other Helpful Information


Emails, emails, emails

Expect hundreds* a week. But don’t worry! Here’s a quick breakdown of what you’ll get.

  • Anita Turner
    • Anita is basically your best friend during this whole time. You’ve probably already met her. You’ll get emails from her, along wiht Tara Smith, about administrative stuff, course information, department and university deadlines, and TA-related information.
  • Graduate Student Society http://sfugradsociety.ca/events/newsletter-blog/
    • The GSS sends out a detailed and comprehensive email about your first week, including orientations, events, workshops, and where to find the free coffee.
  • Job postings and scholarship information
    • The title says it all. 

 (*May be a slight exaggeration)

PsycNet Account

Harry, Jianping, and Richard are the department’s IT guys. They set you up with your PsycNet account (“a network computing account that will provide you access to departmental computers, networked disk space and shared printers”), and any other technologically-related issues you might have. They are very friendly, and very patient with us.

Graduate Handbooks (click here)

It is highly recommended that you read these!! The Graduate Student Handbook is for everyone, both clinical and experimental students, and covers a lot of the research related expectations and gives you a handy breakdown of resources that are available to you as a grad student. The Clinical Psychology Graduate Program Handbook is specifically for students in the clinical program and covers the clinical training aspects of the program. 

For more information on important people in the department visit the People to Know page.