UTM Entrepreneur's Club Presents: Innovent

Date: Wednesday, March 21 from 6pm-9pm

Location: Presentation Room, Student Centre

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Paid Research Assistant Position (Programmer)

The Social-Emotional Development and Intervention Laboratory (PI: Dr. Tina Malti) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto Mississauga is seeking an undergraduate student to work as our programmer and I.T. assistant. This person will assist in a variety of tasks, including processing, managing, and storing large datasets on physiological activity, facial expressions, and attention allocation. They will also assist with the lab’s day-to-day I.T. needs where appropriate. More information on our research projects can be found at

The position will begin in late April 2018 (after final exams). The student will be compensated in accord with University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union regulations.

Skills & Requirements

  • Majoring or Specializing in Computer Science at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
  • Experience working on related projects
  • Organized, conscientious, reliable, flexible, and independent
  • Follow proper programming practices (e.g., documenting code thoroughly)
  • Handle confidential data securely and sensitively
  • Strong preference for students with extensive experience using Python and Excel
  • Experience with general I.T. upkeep is highly desirable
  • Experience with mapping software is advantageous

Application Materials

  • Cover letter (including the year of study and a statement of interest and relevant experience)
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Academic transcript (unofficial screenshots from ROSI/ACORN are acceptable)

Interviewed students will be expected to provide 1-2 references speaking to their programming ability. The application deadline is April 6th, 2018. All materials should be submitted electronically to and CC


MathFest 2018

This year's MAA annual MathFest conference will take place from August 1 to 4, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. See for details.

The conference is relevant to students who are in their 3rd or 4th year of study and who intend to continue to graduate studies in mathematics (or in a related discipline). 

The Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences will contribute up to three travel grants, of $1200 each, to fund most expenses associated with the participation of such students in the conference.

To apply for this funding, please write to Camille Angiers ( and explain in one paragraph why you are interested.

In particular, outline your career plans, and how attending this conference aligns with your career goals. Make sure you include your full name and student number.

The deadline to apply is Friday, March 30, 2018.