82 Postdoctoral and Academic Positions at University of Regina, Canada



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The University of Regina is a public research university located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Founded in 1911 as a private denominational high school of the Methodist Church of Canada

Social Media Officer
Reporting to the Associate Director, Communications & Public Relations, the Social Media Officer will lead the University of Regina’s social media and digital marketing efforts. The successful candidate has demonstrated a solid understanding of strategic and integrated communications, as well as social media management. The position requires a creative mind, someone who can have fun, and tel…View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant
The Faculty of Education is seeking a Student Research Assistant to provide research support to Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose and the research team of Wellness Wheel. This work will include connecting with staff and providing insight into nutrition transition work. Experience in gardens, nutrition, plants, and traditional medicines will be instrumental in Wellness Wheel’s role of encouraging food susta…View Details Bookmark
Administrative Assistant, International Student Enrolment Services
Reporting to the Manager, International Enrolment Services, this position performs administrative and staff support duties, and is responsible for the smooth delivery of all front-line and customer service operations for the International Student Enrolment office. Primary Duties -Responds to front-line inquires by phone, email, in-person walk-ins, and virtual platforms; -Organizes office m…View Details Bookmark
SW 469-397/398 – Summer 2021- Online/Web
SW 469 – Social Policy This course examines the dimensions and practical implications of social policy in the lives of Canadians. Political, economic, and cultural influences over social policy are explored, as well as the skills needed to develop social policy and its relationship with the profession of social work.View Details Bookmark
Administrative Assistant, International Recruitment and Marketing
Reporting to the Manager, International Recruitment and Marketing, this position is responsible for the smooth delivery of front-line duties and customer service operations, which are essential to recruit prospective undergraduate students to the University of Regina. Primary Duties -Responds to recruitment and admissions front-line inquires by phone, email, in-person walk-ins, and virtual …View Details Bookmark
Faculty Administrator
Reporting to the Dean, this senior administrative position is responsible for the successful day-to-day and long-term strategic administrative operations of the Faculty of Media, Art and Performance. The Faculty Administrator partners with the Dean and collaborates with the Dean and members of the Dean’s Executive team to achieve success by providing strategic leadership, direction and coordina…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant – Chinese (Fall 2021)
Lab Assistant duties include: assisting students in completing lab exercises and carrying out other activities with students as directed by course instructors.View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant – Japanese (Fall 2021)
Lab Assistant duties include: assisting students in completing lab exercises and carrying out other activities with students as directed by course instructors. Duties may also include some marking and/or providing feedback on student work.View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant – Spanish (Summer 2021)
TA positions (Lab Assistants and/or Teaching Assistants) vary by semester, depending on course offerings and available budget. Lab Assistant duties include: assisting students in completing lab exercises and carrying out other activities with students as directed by course instructors. Teaching Assistant duties include: tutoring students, assisting with marking of assignments and exams, a…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant – Japanese (Summer 2021)
Lab Assistant duties include: assisting students in completing lab exercises and carrying out other activities with students as directed by course instructors.View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant – German (Fall 2021)
Lab Assistant duties include: assisting students in completing lab exercises and carrying out other activities with students as directed by course instructors. Labs will be offered online, so the Lab Assistant will assist students via UR Courses.View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant – Spanish (Fall 2021)
TA positions (Lab Assistants and/or Teaching Assistants) vary by semester, depending on course offerings and available budget. Lab Assistant duties include: assisting students in completing lab exercises and carrying out other activities with students as directed by course instructors. Teaching Assistant duties include: tutoring students, assisting with marking of assignments and exams, a…View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant
The Faculty of Education is seeking a Student Research Assistant to provide research support for a project involving multimodal forms of assessment. Duties May include: • Ethics applications • Transcribing data • Analyzing dataView Details Bookmark
Resident Assistant
Reporting to the Housing, Residence Life and Hospitality Services department, Resident Assistants (RAs) are responsible for ensuring the comfort and success of students and guests in housing. Resident Assistants assist in creating a healthy, safe, supportive and inclusive environment. RAs plan and deliver educational and social programming, assist students with the transition to independent liv…View Details Bookmark
Live-In Residence Life Coordinator
The Live-In Coordinators, supervised by the Manager, Residence Life, support student resident needs by developing and delivering activities and programming to encourage student success. They are responsible for ensuring the well-being of residents and short-stay guests through the delivery of high quality customer service. Live-In Residence Life Coordinators oversee all events hosted through…View Details Bookmark
Community Assistant
Reporting to the Housing, Residence Life and Hospitality Services department, Community Assistants (CAs) are responsible for ensuring the comfort and success of students and guests in housing and on campus. This position is responsible for providing excellent customer service, student/guest check-in and check-out, processing of payments for Hospitality guests, signing out equipment, monitoring …View Details Bookmark
Research Assistant
Manual and automated data collection; Data analysis.View Details Bookmark
Faculty Advancement Coordinator
The University of Regina’s University Advancement and Communications department is committed to supporting the key priority areas outlined within the University’s Strategic Plan. The Development unit of University Advancement and Communications is currently seeking two outstanding relationship builders to assume the roles of Faculty Advancement Coordinators with a focus on implementing the U…View Details Bookmark
Manager, Graduate Engagement & Special Projects
The Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) is looking for an energetic team member to manage an effective graduate student engagement strategy and support continuous program development. The Manager, Graduate Engagement and Special Projects, is responsible for the development and implementation of a strategic communications plan for FGSR with a strong focus on social media platfor…View Details Bookmark
Open Rank Professor in Justice Studies
The Department of Justice Studies is seeking applications to fill a tenure-track, open rank position in our Police Studies Program. The anticipated date of commencement is 1 July 2021, depending on the availability of the successful candidate. The University of Regina’s main campus and historic College Avenue Campus, covering 930 acres in Wascana Centre, one of the largest urban parks in Nor…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant (GTA /TA) SSE (Spring) 2021
Various positions will be available in Software Engineering courses offered in the Faculty of Engineering. Duties are assigned by the instructor of each course requiring a GTA/TA. The GTA/TA will be responsible for assisting instructor(s) to a combined maximum of 120 hours, assigned by the Engineering Faculty. Duties would normally consist of assisting with instructional program of undergraduat…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant (GTA/TA) – PSE (Spring 2021)
Various positions will be available in Petroleum Systems Engineering courses offered in the Faculty of Engineering. Duties are assigned by the instructor of each course requiring a GTA/TA. The GTA/TA will be responsible for assisting instructor(s) to a combined maximum of 120 hours, assigned by the Engineering Faculty. Duties would normally consist of assisting with instructional program of und…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant (GTA/TA) – ENGG (Spring)
Various positions will be available in Electronics courses offered in the Faculty of Engineering. Duties are assigned by the instructor of each course requiring a GTA/TA. The GTA/TA will be responsible for assisting instructor(s) to a combined maximum of 120 hours, assigned by the Engineering Faculty. Duties would normally consist of assisting with instructional program of undergraduate courses…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant (GTA/TA) – ISE (Spring 2021)
Various positions will be available in Industrial Systems Engineering courses offered in the Faculty of Engineering. Duties are assigned by the instructor of each course requiring a GTA/TA. The GTA/TA will be responsible for assisting instructor(s) to a combined maximum of 120 hours, assigned by the Engineering Faculty. Duties would normally consist of assisting with instructional program of un…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant (GTA/TA) – ESE (Spring)
Various positions will be available in Electronics courses offered in the Faculty of Engineering. Duties are assigned by the instructor of each course requiring a GTA/TA. The GTA/TA will be responsible for assisting instructor(s) to a combined maximum of 120 hours, assigned by the Engineering Faculty. Duties would normally consist of assisting with instructional program of undergraduate courses…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant (GTA/TA) – EVSE (Spring)
Various positions will be available in Environmental Systems Engineering courses offered in the Faculty of Engineering. Duties are assigned by the instructor of each course requiring a GTA/TA and could vary from course to course. The GTA/TA will be responsible for assisting instructor(s) to a combined maximum of 120 assigned by the Engineering Faculty. Duties will normally consist of assisting…View Details Bookmark
SW 460-001 – Spring 2021 – Remote Delivery via Zoom
SW 460 – Ethics in Social Work This course is designed to sensitize students to the central role of ethics in contemporary social work. Theoretical foundations in social work ethics and the relationship between diverse value systems in Canadian society will be critically analyzed. Emphasis is on various ethical dilemmas and ethical issues facing social workers.View Details Bookmark
ESL Sessional Position(s): Academic, LINC, Custom Programs
The ESL Program invites applicants for Sessional Instructor appointments (non-credit programs) to begin for Spring/Summer 2021. The successful candidate(s) will teach ESL courses in the academic integrated skills program (classes will be delivered remotely. A combination of Zoom hours and asynchronous hours to equal 6-15 hrs per week.); and/or the LINC program (classes are between 6 – 12 contac…View Details Bookmark
ACAD 100 Sessional Instructor (several positions available) – 2021 Spring and/or Summer
ACAD 100 – Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Course Description: This course provides first-year students with tools for successful communication across the disciplines by emphasizing elements of effective writing and academic research. Topics include rhetorical considerations for effective writing, process-oriented writing and revision, critical reading skills,…View Details Bookmark
LG 202 Local Government Legislation and Statute Law (2021 Spring Semester)
Local Government Legislation and Statute Law Description: An introduction to the Saskatchewan legislation relevant to municipal government processes, procedures and authority. Topics include case law, statute law, contracts, preparation and interpretation of bylaws, interpretation of statutes, and detailed Study of Government of Saskatchewan Acts governing rural, urban and northern municipal…View Details 
KIN 275-314 Introduction to Nutrition (Northlands College – Remote Delivery)
This course will provide an introduction to the macro and micro nutrients vital to health and well-being with specific reference to the Dietary Reference Intakes and the Canada’s Food Guide to Health Eating. Emphasis will be on their function, metabolism and dietary sources. This course will be live synchronous remote delivery (on scheduled days and times).View Details Bookmark
History 383-070-Military History: The Second World War-Summer 2021 (July/August)
History 383 Military History: The Second World War Focusing on the military history of the Second World War, this course studies war plans, strategy and leadership, technology and tactics, civil-military and inter-allied relations, battles on land and sea, as well as the experience of war. Military events are considered in relation to broader economic, social, political and cultural developments.View Details Bookmark
French CCE Sessional (FRN 110-070)
FRN 110-070 (6 credits) This intensive language and culture course for beginners will focus on the discovery and the acquisition of basic vocabulary and structures in order to develop oral and written communication skills while fostering cultural awareness of the Francophone world. The collective agreement salary range for this position is doubled as this is a 6 credits course.View Details Bookmark
History 115-397-Issues in European History-WEB Course-Spring/Summer 2021
History 115 Issues in European History An exploration of major themes, periods and events in European History, this course introduces students to the methods and sources of historical study, familiarizes them with significant developments in the history of Europe and places that history in a global contextView Details Bookmark
History 290AR-040-History of Love, Emotions, and Sexuality-Spring 2021 (May/June)
History 290AR-040-History of Love, and Sexuality Have you ever wondered how the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, and Aztecs, experienced love? How was sexuality understood and exercised? Looking at examples from across world history, this course will explore how emotions, love, and sexuality have influenced political decisions, cultural developments, artistic manifestations, and religious beliefs.View Details Bookmark
History 277-Europe 1648-1815-Web-Spring/Summer 2021
History 277-Europe, 1648-1815 This course surveys the varieties of absolutism under the old regime, the eighteenth-century Enlightenment, the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire. It also considers the rise of the public sphere, the beginnings of industrial revolution and changing attitudes toward crime and poverty.View Details Bookmark
PHIL 100-398-Intro to Philosophy-WEB-Summer 2021 (July/August)
This introduction to philosophy will explore how philosophy can provide answers to some of the more profound questions we face, such as questions concerning knowledge, truth, mind and body, personal identity, free will, morality, politics, reasoning and the existence of God.View Details Bookmark
RLST 100-397 – Web Delivery – Spring 2021
RLST 100-397 Introduction to Religious Studies Spring 2021 An introduction to the academic study of religion; a survey of the thought and practices of major world religions; the impact of religion on society and culture.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: PSCI 390BB – Pop Culture and International Politics (Spring 2021 – Daytime – Remote Delivery)
PSCI 390BB – Pop Culture and International Politics Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 1000-1115 What can we learn about international politics from popular culture? Popular culture presents the possibilities of politics that are not abstracted from of everyday life and experience. This course draws the popular culture to explore the nature, limits, and possibilities of contemporary i…View Details Bookmark
PHIL 100-397-Intro to Philosophy-WEB-Spring 2021 (May/June)
This introduction to philosophy will explore how philosophy can provide answers to some of the more profound questions we face, such as questions concerning knowledge, truth, mind and body, personal identity, free will, morality, politics, reasoning and the existence of God.View Details Bookmark
WGST 100-040 – Remote Delivery – Spring 2021
WGST 100-040 – Spring 2021 Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies This course will examine the historical development of feminism and women’s studies. Women’s representation in academic practice will be analyzed using examples from humanities, the arts, and social sciences. Strategies for change and for the empowerment of women will be considered.View Details Bookmark
PHIL 276-040-Professional Ethics-Spring 2021 (May-June)
Philosophical consideration of ethical problems which arise in the context of various professions. Areas may include justice, business ethics, biomedical ethics, ethics, ethics of education, ethics of privacy and confidentiality (with applications to journalism, social work, psychology), and environmental ethics.View Details Bookmark
WGST 203-397 – Web Delivery – Spring 2021
WGST 203-397 – Spring 2021 Women, Motherhood and Mothering This course is a feminist exploration of the many issues revolving around women as mothers. Motherhood as a patriarchal institution has often oppressed women while women’s experiences of mothering have often been empowering. Mother roles, expectations, stereotypes, and experiences will be examined from an interdisciplinary, cross-cu…View Details Bookmark
CNUR 300 Family Health (Online Delivery)
-Teach CNUR 300 – Family Health (3 cr). This course will focus on nursing care of families within the context of culture, community and society. Learners will have opportunities to explore family diversity, holistic assessment of diverse families, and integrate health promotion and beginning interventions in caring for families in practice settings. – Conduct formative and summative evaluati…View Details Bookmark
Stat 289-070 – Statistics for Engineers
Probability; distributions; confidence levels; standard deviation; linear regression; statistical tests; finite differences; errors; numerical solutions of equations; numerical differentiation and integration.View Details Bookmark
Stat 100-397 – Elementary Statistics for Applications
An introduction to statistical methods; descriptive statistics; the normal distribution; basic techniques of statistical inference; confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for population means and proportions; simple linear regression; and one-way analysis of variance.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 332 – Issues in Government Economics (Spring 2021 – Daytime – Remote Delivery)
Econ 332 Monday, Tuesday and Thursday daytime 0930 – 1120 This course is a continuation of ECON 232. Topics may include: rationale and financing options for the Canada Pension Plan; inter-provincial transfers (fiscal federalism); tax treatment of retirement savings and families; financing public education and health care; and influence of the electoral process on government policies.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 201 – Introductory Microeconomics (Spring 2021 – Web)
Econ 201 Web-delivered course This course explores theories of how individual consumers and firms behave in a market economy. Emphasis is on evaluating how well markets deliver efficient and fair outcomes.View Details Bookmark
MATH 111-070 – Calculus II
Differentiation and integration of exponential and logarithmic functions; methods of integration and applications; indeterminate forms, L’Hospital’s rule and improper integrals; sequences, series, power series and Taylor series.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 202 – Introductory Macroeconomics (Summer 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
ECON 202 Monday and Wednesday evenings 1900-2145 This course uses basic economic concepts to explain how economies operate at a national or regional level, with a focus on production, income, interest rates, prices, inflation, and unemployment. Principles are introduced for understanding and evaluating the methods by which government can smooth fluctuations in overall economic activity.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: ECON 202 – Introductory Macroeconomics (Spring 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
ECON 202 Monday and Wednesday evenings 1900-2145 This course uses basic economic concepts to explain how economies operate at a national or regional level, with a focus on production, income, interest rates, prices, inflation, and unemployment. Principles are introduced for understanding and evaluating the methods by which governments can smooth fluctuations in overall economic activity.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 281 – Wages & Employment in Canada (Summer 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
ECON 281 Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings 1900-2050 This course explores how wages are determined, the causes of unemployment, and what policies are best suited for dealing with industrial injuries, part-time work, employee health, and retirement.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 201 – Introductory Microeconomics (Summer 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
Econ 201 Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings 1800-1950 This course explores theories of how individual consumers and firms behave in a market economy. Emphasis is on evaluating how well markets deliver efficient and fair outcomes.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 100 – Intro to Economic Issues (Spring 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
Econ 100 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings 1900 – 2050 This course uses basic economic concepts to explore current economic issues such as unemployment, inflation, trade disputes, the crisis in agriculture, pollution reduction, and health care.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 233 – Issues in Canadian Agriculture (Spring 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
ECON 233 Tuesday, and Thursday evenings 1800-2045 This course applies economic theory to current problems facing Canadian and world agriculture: supply and command conditions in world markets, causes and effects of government support programs, impact of WTO agreements.View Details Bookmark
Sessional Lecturer: Econ 100 – Intro to Economic Issues (Summer 2021 – Evenings – Remote Delivery)
Econ 100 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings 1900 – 2050 This course uses basic economic concepts to explore current economic issues such as unemployment, inflation, trade disputes, the crisis in agriculture, pollution reduction, and health care.View Details Bookmark
CS 890AU-001 – Advanced Artificial Intelligence
Advanced Issues in Artificial IntelligenceView Details Bookmark
PHYS 109-040 – General Physics I
General algebra-based physics, including classical mechanics and geometrical optics.View Details Bookmark
PHYS 119-040 – General Physics II
A continuation of PHYS 109: Fluid mechanics, heat and thermodynamics, waves, sound, radiation, electrostatics and electric current.View Details Bookmark
CS 802-001 – Parallel Algorithm
Theoretical and practical aspects of parallel algorithms; functional descriptions of various parallel models of computations; interconnection networks for multi-computers. Prior to registering for this course, students should have a background in parallel computing comparable to the senior undergraduate level.View Details Bookmark
CS 210-040 – Data Structures and Abstractions
This course introduces data abstraction, data structures and their implementations, the basics of algorithmic analysis, and the fundamental computing algorithms. Topics include stacks, queues, heaps, recursion, Master Theorem, asymptotic notation, computational complexity, empirical performance measurement, recursion based sorting algorithms, hashing, and trees (including binary trees, B-trees,…View Details Bookmark
CS 110-040 – Programming and Problem Solving
An introduction to problem-solving techniques, the fundamental concepts of programming, and the software design process. Topics will include: data types, control structures, scope rules, functions, files, and the mechanics of running, testing and debugging. Problems will be drawn from various science disciplines.View Details Bookmark
CS 476-001 – Software Development Project
Software development projects following all the phases of the software process. Project planning and scheduling. Surveys on architectural styles, design patterns and components. Semester-long group projects with real-world applications. Projects will be integrative, require evaluation of potential solutions, and require work on a larger scale than typical course projects.View Details Bookmark
CS 115-070 – Object Oriented Design
This course focuses on the concepts of object-oriented programming. Topics will include: data abstraction, composition and inheritance, dynamic binding, polymorphism and dynamic memory management. Other topics include: fundamental data structures, lists, searching and sorting algorithms, language translation, and software engineering issues.View Details Bookmark
CS 201-040 – Introduction to Digital Systems
Hardware paradigms, logic minimization, sequential and combinational circuits, register transfer notation. Numerical data representation, number bases, floating-point and two’s-complement representation, representation of non-numeric data, records and arrays. Von Neumann architecture, control units, instruction sets, assembly language programming, addressing modes, subroutines, basic building b…View Details Bookmark
MU 399 AD Video Game Music (Subject to Budgetary Approval)
Develop and deliver the course remotely, based on the current course description below: This course introduces participants to the rich repertoire of video game music—it’s history, theory, and practice. This will include issues relating to image and sound synchronization; how and why games differ from other audiovisual media; and how technological developments create constraints and possibil…View Details Bookmark
Chem 104-041 – General Chemistry I – Lab Instructor & Recitation Coordinator
An introduction to the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics discussed will include atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, enthalpy, states of matter, kinetics. Lab component: Introduction to standard chemistry laboratory techniques. The lab recitation includes five 3-hour sessions that begin with group exercises followed by a quiz. The candidate will coordinate the lab recitation, …View Details Bookmark
EDL 826: Leadership Development in Education – Summer 2021 (co-instructor, online/web delivery)
EDL 826 – Leadership Development in Education This course will focus on applied research in educational leadership. Based upon a review of related literature, students will conduct research relevant to educational leadership in K-12 education. Topics will include educational leadership, self awareness and leadership, the role of leadership in schools, and the application of current leadership …View Details Bookmark
ENGL 223-040 – Drama – Spring 2021
Practice in the analysis of drama. Through the study of dramatic traditions and selected plays (considered both as written texts and as performance), this course provides students with methods and a shared critical vocabulary, to enhance their understanding, enjoyment, and critique of drama as a ritualized mode of cultural experience.View Details Bookmark
Chem 104-040 – General Chemistry I
An introduction to the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics discussed will include atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, enthalpy, solutions, organic compounds. Lab component: Introduction to standard chemistry laboratory techniques.View Details Bookmark
ENGL 100-070 – Summer – July-August 2021
This course develops student proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.View Details Bookmark
Biol 100-040 – Biology I – From Cells to Organisms
An examination of biological molecules, cell structure and fundamental cellular processes, bioenergetics, genetics, evolution, and animal and plant physiology.View Details Bookmark
Chem 100-070 – Introductory Chemistry
An introduction to the basic principles of chemistry.View Details Bookmark
ENGL 100-060 & 100-061 – Summer Bridge Program – July-August 2021
This course develops student proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.View Details Bookmark
GEOL 102-040 – Environmental Geology
The nature of the earth. Plate tectonics and the geological time scale. Earthquakes, volcanism and surface processes with reference to their effect on the human environment. Earth resources, waste disposal, and pollution in a geological context.View Details Bookmark
ENGL 100-394 – Web Delivered – Summer – July-August 2021
This course develops student proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.View Details Bookmark
ENGL 110-070 – Summer – July-August 2021
This course is a continuation of ENGL 100 that develops student proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.View Details Bookmark
Geol 102-041/042 – Environmental Geology – LAB
The nature of the earth. Plate tectonics and the geological time scale. Earthquakes, volcanism and surface processes with reference to their effect on the human environment. Earth resources, waste disposal, and pollution in a geological context.View Details Bookmark
Counsellor
Reporting to the Manager, Counselling Services, the Counsellor provides counselling/therapy and crisis management services to students at the University of Regina in the form of individual and small group counselling sessions and workshops. In addition, the Counsellor provides mentorship and supervision to Counselling Assistants and Practicum Students. All services are provided in accordance…View Details Bookmark
Lecturer or Assistant Professor
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) invites applications for a two-year term position of Lecturer or Assistant Professor (depending on qualifications and experience) in the areas of Indigenous policy administration and governance and/or Indigenous health policy. The successful candidate will be based at the University of Regina. The School seeks a scholar who is comforta…View Details Bookmark
SaskPower Assistant Professor in Artificial Intelligence (Tenure-Track), Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Regina invites applications for the tenure-track SaskPower Assistant Professor in Artificial Intelligence, starting July 1, 2021. Candidates are expected to hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related field by the time of appointment and be committed to excellence in the three pillars of academia: research, teaching, and service, whi…View Details Bookmark
Social Work Graduate Research Assistant
The faculty of Social Work is currently seeking a Research Assistant to assist with conducting a qualitative study of addiction counselors, or outreach workers in Saskatchewan. • Recruiting participants and conducting phone interviews • Assisting data analysis and report writing • Assisting with planning and delivering tailored Knowledge Translation activities (e.g. plain language summary …

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