SL154158-Fall 2020-PSYC*1020 (COMMON / Psychology Program) Indigenous Mental Health: A Global Perspective

Sessional Lecturer Work Assignment
Sessional Lecturer, Unit 2
Academic Unit: 
Guelph Humber Programs
Semester(s) of Assignment(s): 
Fall 2020
Number of Available Work Assignment(s) / Sections: 
1
Level of Work Assignment(s): 
1
Right of First Refusal (RoFR)
A Sessional Lecturer holds a RoFR (i.e., for a particular course) if they have successfully taught the course in the past four (4) semesters. A SL who holds a RoFR to this course is required to exercise their right by way of the online hiring system. Also see: What is Right of First Refusal (RoFR)?
A Sessional Lecturer Currently Holds a Right of First Refusal for this Course: 
No
Course Details
Course Number: 
PSYC*1020 (COMMON / Psychology Program)
Course Name: 
Indigenous Mental Health: A Global Perspective
Course Format: 
Other
Course Description: 
See Course Calendar
Other Course Description or Assignment Information: 
“IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING FALL 2020 WORK ASSIGNMENTS AND COURSE DELIVERY: When applying for this work assignment, please be aware that the course is being delivered in a remote delivery format. Requirements for Fall 2020 course delivery include: -Course should be designed and delivered within an inclusive and accessible learning environment consistent with the principles of Universal Instructional Design (see: https://opened.uoguelph.ca/student-resources/Universal-Instructional-Design). Please contact Matthew LaGrone at matthew.lagrone@guelphhumber.ca should you like to discuss the remote delivery format of this course prior to making an application.”"EQUITY PROVISION: For this work assignment, the University seeks applications from qualified Indigenous applicants. We ask applicants to self-identify within their cover letter in their application" - In this course, students will learn about challenges faced by Indigenous communities worldwide, with a particular emphasis on the social determinants of mental health. Students will have the opportunity to examine the many distinct Indigenous Peoples throughout the world, who have a great diversity in their histories, religious practices, and socio-political organization. We will study how these groups have shared rapid culture change, marginalization, and absorption into colonial societies with little regard to their autonomy. These cultural dislocations have been linked to high rates of depression, substance abuse, suicide, and violence in many communities. There will be a focus on culture—through language, land, and tradition—as treatment. Students will learn about the great strength and resilience of Indigenous groups. - To view course outlines from previous offerings of this course, please visit: https://www.guelphhumber.ca/academic-services/course-outlines
Projected Class Enrolment: 
70
Anticipated Duties and Responsibilities
Anticipated Duties and Responsibilities: 
Orientation-Training
Office Hours
Preparation
Student Consultation
Lecturing
Email Correspondence/Monitoring
Conducting Labs/Seminars
Invigilating Exams
Grading
Other Duties (specified below)
Other Duties Described: 
- You may be required to participate in course website training. - Candidate will be required to work remotely, primarily via the University’s CourseLink system (https://opened.uoguelph.ca/instructor-resources/teaching-remotely).
Qualifications
Required Qualifications
Degree: 
PhD in progress in course content
Prior Teaching Experience: 
Successful teaching related to field at college or university level
Required competence, capability, skill and ability related to course content: 
Experience working with Indigenous populations; Demonstrated Indigenous Cultural Literacy
Preferred Qualifications
Degree: 
PhD and expert in course content
Prior Teaching Experience: 
Other
Demonstrated teaching excellence (e.g. course evaluations, reference letters, student feedback, etc.)
Research Experience: 
Quality and or Recent Research activity in areas relevant to the course demonstrating knowledge of current developments in course content.
Days Required and Wages
Days and Times Required: 
Section 02: Friday 8:00 AM - 10:40 AM
Period of the Work Agreement (Start Date and End Date): 
September 4, 2020 to December 28, 2020
Wages (per semester, per full-load): 
minimum $7,374.95 (pending collective bargaining; effective 2019/20)
Other Posting Information
Application Deadline (All postings will automatically expire at 11:59 pm on this day): 
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Posting Email Contact: 
ghadmin@uoguelph.ca
Hiring Contact Information: 
ghadmin@uoguelph.ca Please apply through the online application process only: http://www.uoguelph.ca/sessional_ta/ NOTE: Applications via e-mail will not be accepted. If you have technical issues with the online application, please contact Computing and Communications Services (CCS) at University of Guelph: Email: 58888help@uoguelph.ca , Phone: 519-824-4120 ext. 58888

At the University of Guelph, fostering a culture of inclusion is an institutional imperative. The University invites and encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in employment, who may contribute to further diversification of our Institution. For more information, the Office of Diversity and Human Rights (DHR) is a welcoming, safe and confidential one-stop shop for information, training and support on issues relating to diversity and human rights on our campus.

Sessional Lecturer work assignments are unionized with CUPE 3913 and their terms and conditions of work are covered by the Unit 2 Collective Agreement between the University and CUPE 3913.