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Graduate Students

Thank you for your interest in the INSITE lab! Dr. Shaughnessy will examine applications from clinical and experimental graduate students for 2021-22 entry. Before expressing your interest, we strongly encourage prospective students to review the application process and the program entry requirements. Students interested in applying to the clinical program also benefit from reviewing the ranking grid.

Research in the INSITE lab involves different areas of study within the budding field of cyberpsychology. Any given year, the evaluation of potential students depends on many factors including but not limited to: current lab compliment, availability of spots, pool of comparative candidates, and fit with research interests and style. Dr. Shaughnessy encourages people from diverse backgrounds to apply. 

To express your interest, please contact Dr. Shaughnessy directly with a short description of your interests and attach a copy of your transcript (unofficial is accepted) and CV. Dr. Shaughnessy will try to get back to all those expressing interest prior to the application deadline; however, the formal interviews of top candidates will occur at the end of January or early February.

Honours Students

Dr. Shaughnessy is considering applications for undergraduate honours students who are interested in completing their undergraduate honours theses in the INSITE Lab for the 2020-2021 academic year. Undergraduate students with a diverse background, strong academic record, interest in the research being conducted in our laboratory, and a desire to pursue graduate studies are especially encouraged to apply.


To apply, please complete and submit the application form, available by clicking the link below. Additionally, please send an email to insite@uOttawa.ca to indicate your interest, along with your CV and a copy of your transcript (unofficial is fine). 

Link to the application form: https://socialsciences.uottawa.ca/individual-social-influences-technology/get-involved-honours-students

UROP Students

Dr. Shaughnessy is interested in including UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) students in the INSITE Lab. This is an excellent way for second and third year undergraduate students to gain research and professional experience. The INSITE Lab certainly benefits from UROP students’ participation in our research activities! For more information, please visit the UROP page.

If you are interested in conducting a UROP project with the INSITE Lab, please complete and submit the application form before September 15th.  Additionally, please send a copy of your transcript (unofficial accepted) and resume, to insite@uOttawa.ca. When you fill out the application form, you may wish to type out your answers in a word document first and then copy and paste them into the spaces below. Dr. Shaughnessy encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. 

Note: incomplete applications will not be considered. It is your responsibility to ensure that all requested information has been submitted.

Information and privacy: questions regarding the collection of information on this form can be directed to insite@uOttawa.ca

Research Assistants

The INSITE Lab benefits greatly from the participation of volunteer undergraduate research assistants. Our volunteers are involved in any of a number of activities including literature reviews, database management, testing participants, compiling data, and working with graduate and undergraduate students on their ongoing projects. Depending on your contribution, volunteers may be able to engage in some aspects of research dissemination (e.g., working on a conference poster).

If you are interested in volunteering with the INSITE Lab, please complete and submit the application form. Additionally, please send a copy of your transcript (unofficial accepted) and resume, to insite@uOttawa.ca. When you fill out the application form, you may wish to type out your answers in a word document first and then copy and paste them into the spaces below. Thank you for your interest!

Note: incomplete applications will not be considered. It is your responsibility to ensure that all requested information has been submitted.

Information and privacy: questions regarding the collection of information on this form can be directed to insite@uOttawa.ca

Participants

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