A student research assistant, under the supervision of Dr. Jason Pearson (Chemistry) and Dr. Debbie MacLellan (Interim Dean of Science), is required to assist in the collection of data for a research project on assessing the attitudes of secondary students toward university scholarship and research.
• Conduct and record interviews with Prince Edward Island high school students and teachers
• Transcribe the interviews
• Assist with data analysis
• The ideal candidate will be a graduate student who has taken a course in qualitative research methods however, a senior undergraduate student will be...
The School of Nursing and Department of Biology are seeking applications from nursing students and biology students to assist with a research project in Kenya to take place from the last week of April to the beginning of June in 2014. This project is financed by the International Development Research Centre.
This project will address two themes that are strongly interconnected – children’s health and environment.
The project objectives are to:
1) examine and better understand possible relationships between childhood respiratory illnesses and (a) the child’s immediate environment and (b) other health conditions...
The School of Nursing at the University of Prince Edward Island requires a sessional instructor, pending budgetary approval, for the following course which will be offered in the winter semester, 2014:.
N313 Developing Partnerships with Clients in the Community
This undergraduate course focuses on promoting and maintaining health and providing support and assistance to individuals, families and groups in the home and community. Students work in situations of increasing complexity, assessing health, providing and evaluating interventions, and building partnerships and supportive relationships. Students become more aware of community...
The Faculty of Education at the University of Prince Edward Island has openings for sessional instructors to teach the following courses in Winter 2014 Session.
THE OFFERING OF THESE COURSES IS CONDITIONAL PENDING FINAL ENROLMENT NUMBERS. ALL SESSIONAL COURSES ARE SUBJECT TO FINAL BUDGETARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS.
ED 402 MEETING THE NEEDS OF YOUNG LEARNERS
This course examines topics in education psychology relevant to the early years classroom. Topics include physical, cognitive, social/emotional and moral/spiritual development; individual differences;...
The History Department of the University of Prince Edward Island has an opening for a Sessional Lecturer for the Winter Session, 2014, pending budgetary approval.
Course title: HIST 409: Espionage and the Totalitarian State in Europe
Course description: Throughout the history of Europe, totalitarian regimes have used various means to gain and maintain power. In the 20th century Nazi Germany (through the SS and its sister agency the Gestapo), the Soviet Union (via its military intelligence agency known as the GRU and KGB), East Germany (via the Ministry for State Security or Stasi), and other Soviet...
Respiratory Protection Training
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The Learning Resource Centre (School of Nursing) is seeking applicants for student lab assistant. This position reports to the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) Coordinator and will assist the Clinical Nursing Instructors in the Learning Resource Centre.
Include assisting with instruction of first year and second year nursing students, assisting students with resources, organizing supplies and equipment, setting up equipment for specific labs, returning equipment to the storage area following lab, equipment and manikin maintenance, word processing, literature searches, photocopying, and filing.
The Department of Political Science invites applications for a sessional lecturer to teach the following course during the Winter 2014 semester. This position is subject to budgetary approval.
Course Title: 432: Politics and the Mass Media
Students review the theory and practice of modern communication primarily as it affects Canadian politics. Principal themes examined include theories of mass communication, ideology and the media, media ownership, the political economy of the media, public regulation, and the political impact of the media.. The writings of major...
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is seeking a student assistant for the UPEI Math Help Centre, located in Cass 105.
The successful candidates will report to the Facilitator of the Math Help Centre. Student tutors are required to provide assistance to students in any 1st and 2nd year Mathematics and Statistics courses. The Math Help Centre operates Monday to Thursday 1:00-5:00 pm throughout the academic year.
Preference will be given to third or fourth-year Math majors, or students with a B.Sc. in Mathematics who are in the Education degree program. Students must possess the knowledge of the topics covered in...
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A research assistant is needed to help collect, analyze, and disseminate information for a study entitled, “Exploring the Leadership Practices of Principals Who Promote the Educational Success of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) High School Students.” This research is lead by Dr. Jane Preston (Faculty of Educatin, U of Prince Edward Island) in collaboration with Dr. Tim Claypool (College of Education, University of Saskatchewan).
The purpose of this multi-case research is to compare and contrast the perceptions and practices of Prince Edward Island, Nunavut, and Saskatchewan high school principals who foster educational achievement for FNMI students. (...
Through the UPEI Men’s and Women’s Basketball Program a variety of program offerings are held through the year. Programs include, but are not limited to Panther Academy Basketball camps, Spring Leagues and Tournaments.
Reports to Head Coaches of the Men’s and Women’s Varsity Panther Basketball teams
Under the guidance of the Head Coaches, the successful candidates will
• Assist in the delivery of basketball instruction to a variety of ages and skill groups
• Referee league and/or tournament...
Works with the UPEI photographer in meeting production deadlines. Will photograph flat copy and still products; scan slides, negatives or prints; print to ink jet and dye sub printers; answer phones; record job requests in calendar; greet walk-in customers and take details of work required; enter work orders and computer file data in computers; create class composite pdf files; take original digital photography of University events, including some Athletics competition, and other photography requests as needed; manipulate digital images; work evenings and weekends as requested. Orientation will be provided.