Women in Cognitive Science – Canada

Les Chercheuses en Sciences Cognitives – Canada

WiCS-Canada is the Canadian Chapter of Women in Cognitive Science (http://womenincogsci.org/), an NSF-funded organization in the U.S. affiliated with the Psychonomic Society. For over 15 years, WiCS has offered important professional development and networking opportunities to women (and men) scientists in the fields of cognitive science, cognitive neuroscience, and related disciplines.  We hope WiCS-Canada will enable similar opportunities, in a way that is tailored to the Canadian research context. The official launch of WiCS-Canada occurred on June 2016 at the Meeting of CSBBCS, held at the University of Ottawa, thanks to seed funding from the NSERC Unique Initiatives Fund, and support from CSBBCS.

For up-to- date information about our activities, meetings, and resources, we urge you to:

WiCS-Canada Co-Founders:
Penny Pexman, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary
Debra Titone, Department of Psychology, McGill University

WiCSC Advisory Board:

Morgan Barense, University of Toronto
Joel Dickinson, Laurentian University
Myra Fernandes, Waterloo University
Marc Joanisse, University of Western Ontario
Carla Hudson-Kam, University of British Columbia
Erin Maloney, University of Ottawa
Chris Oriet, University of Regina
Natalie Phillips, Concordia University
Kim Roberts, Wilfrid Laurier University 
Signy Sheldon, McGill University
Aimee M. Surprenant, Memorial University
Jennifer Sutton, Brescia University College
Natasha Tokowicz, University of Pittsburgh

WiCSC Social Media Team:

Chrissy M. Chubala, Memorial University
Lauren Drogos, University of Calgary
Jason Gullifer, McGill University
Alison Heard, University of Calgary
Jessica Robin, University of Toronto (Baycrest)
Mehrgol Tiv, McGill University
Naomi Vingron, McGill University


The 2018 conference will be held on July 4 to 8th in St. John's. Registration and abstract submissions will open in early 2018. Visit the 2018 meeting page.