The CAN Lab has space available for undergraduate Research Assistants. RAs are expected to volunteer at least 5 hours a week, with hours that are flexible. Interested students should e-mail Dr. McAuley a completed Research Assistant Application along with their curriculum vitae (cv) and unofficial transcript.
Unfortunately we do not have space available for undergraduates who are interested in an Honour's or Directed Studies project at this time.
Although the University of Waterloo does not have a formal "neuropsych track", it is possible to undertake specialized neuropsychology training within the context of our excellent generalist clinical program. Dr. McAuley accepts applications from potential graduate students who are interested in clinical neuropsychology specifically, and is available to anyone who may be interested in learning more about this training opportunity before they apply (e-mail works best). For applicants applying Dec 2018, please note that I am particularly keen to recruit a student who is interested in being co-supervised by myself and Dr. Roxane Itier in the cognitive neuroscience division on projects applying behavioural and electrophysiological methods to understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and related neurodevelopmental concerns. Applications should still be submitted to the clinical program, however.
Additional information about the clinical psychology graduate program is available on the departmental website.