OPPORTUNITIES FOR SURVEYS AND GROUPS

OPPORTUNITIES FOR SURVEYS AND GROUPS

The President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC) is seeking new members from the McMaster University community. To be considered for general membership or for a co-convenor leadership role, you must complete the online PACBIC Membership Application. Submissions are due: Friday, August 21, 2020. If you have any questions email here.

Interested in results from Toronto Science Policy Network’s COVID-19 Graduate Student Survey?! Click here for the full report: “The Early Impacts of COVID-19 on Graduate Students Across Canada”. 

Interested in Coding?! Mentors from McMaster Start Coding  (MSC) come from a variety of backgrounds; we have students from life sciences, health sciences, commerce, and more. Computer science is a field that is connected to a variety of disciplines. Prospective mentor applicants are not limited to students in computer science related programs. Mentors will receive adequate training and will receive plenty of support throughout the program. Applicants do not need any previous knowledge; they just need to be willing to learn. For more information about the club and past events please visit the MSC website.

Team Faver is inviting you to take part in anonymous online survey (5-10minutes) about a mobile application of food delivery service on campus. You will be watching a 3-minute video and a 2-minute video and completing some survey questions.  

Team Faver has explained that you do not need to answer questions that you do not want to answer or that make you feel uncomfortable. And you have the right to quit the survey by closing it anytime if you want. No data would be collected from you if you choose to quit the survey. Please email Lola from Team FAVER for their full letter of information on the study. 

In addition, this study has been reviewed and cleared by the McMaster Research Ethics Board. If you have questions or concerns about your rights as a participant or about the way the study is being conducted you may contact McMaster Research Ethics Board Secretariat.

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