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Monday, January 27 • 14:00 - 15:00
211: Collaborating for Career Success: Psychology and Career Services

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The Department of Psychology at Queen's University has created a series of targeted career supports for undergraduate psychology students, including a new course about careers in psychology, a mentorship-model careers conference and an open-source textbook. Learn about these initiatives and the collaboration with Career Services to integrate career development supports into the curriculum and student experience.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn about initiatives that provide targeted career supports;
  • Explore strategies for collaboration between academic and career units;
  • Identify opportunities for new approaches in your own setting

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Cathy Keates

Director, Career Services & Experiential Learning, Queen's University
Cathy Keates, Director of Career Services and Experiential Learning at Queen's University, leads development and delivery of cross-institution programs and services. Two recent projects, the Major Maps and It All Adds Up, were recognized with CACEE Innovation Awards.
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Meghan Norris

Undergraduate Chair in Psychology, Queen's University
Meghan Norris (PhD in Social Psychology) is the Chair for Undergraduate Studies in Psychology at Queen's University. A former business owner and professor in consumer science, Dr Norris' work focuses on translating science into practice.


Monday January 27, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 EST
Room | Salle 211