Assistant Professor – Psychology job posting

Campion College, a Jesuit liberal arts college federated with the University of Regina, invites applications for a probationary tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in Psychology, with expertise in Social Psychology, Forensic Psychology, &/or Neuropsychology, to begin July 1, 2021. The College does not have animal or wet lab facilities. In keeping with the Jesuit academic tradition, the College seeks an applicant with a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and a demonstrated record of excellence in research. The successful candidate will teach regularly an introductory course in Psychology, a second-year course in their area(s) of expertise, with opportunities to teach and develop advanced undergraduate courses and graduate courses. A Ph.D., at or near completion, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and an active research program are required.

Campion faculty members work broadly in the Ignatian tradition to foster the intellectual, spiritual, and social development of their students for service within society. Located in Regina’s scenic Wascana Park, Campion College offers courses in the humanities, social and natural sciences, and fine arts within the framework of the University of Regina. The College is a fully accredited member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada and its graduates receive University of Regina degrees. Campion faculty are voting members of their respective Faculties (i.e., Arts; Science; Media, Art, and Performance). Campion College belongs to the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities in Canada.

Interested candidates should forward an application (including a letter of application, curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts, evidence of teaching of effectiveness, sample of scholarly work) in a single PDF file to Dr. Tom Phenix, Dean of Campion College, at Candidates should also arrange for the submission of three confidential letters of reference, either to be sent separately in PDF format to, or a part of a package by those using Interfolio or a similar service.

Campion College is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment at the College. To that end, the College is seeking candidates who self-identify as belonging to designated groups including women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and members of visible and non-visible minorities.

Review of applications will begin December 15, 2020 and will continue until suitable candidates have been identified. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

2020 Campion Orientation Prep Education for first-years

While we wish we were welcoming our new students on campus, we’ve developed a new online “class” for all first-year Campion students to give them a place to check out important links, virtually chat and meet other first years, and ask questions of each other and the staff at Campion!

It’s called COPE (Campion Orientation Prep Education) and it is on all first-year students’ URCourses account now and will be for their entire first year. If you are a first year Campion student and don’t have it on your URCourses page, email to be added.

As part of COPE, we did virtual workshops on Friday, August 28 to get our new students ready for the start of the semester. The links to the taped sessions are on the URCourses pages and below. They included:

  • Study Skills
    Cognitive psychologist (and Campion College Dean) Dr. Tom Phenix discussed about how to use your study time to the fullest by understanding how your brain learns.
  • Tips for Distance Learning
    Dr. Alec Couros from the Faculty of Education shared his knowledge and experience integrating education and technology
  • Writing for University
    Learn what to expect and how to find help from Scott J Wilson, Coordinator of the Writing Across the Disciplines program.
  • How to Stay Motivated
    Dr. Katherine Arbuthnott is a professor of psychology at Campion College, and one of her areas of interest is the science of human motivation. She talked about how to navigate the unique challenges of being a student during a pandemic.

There are three “instructors” listed for COPE (Sarah Greenwood, Shannon Kotylak, and Mike Muma) and they’re available to answer your questions anytime. You can email them right in URCourses!

Need help with your schedule, including changing, dropping, and adding classes? Reach out to the Campion Registrar’s office at to book an appointment or click on our new live chat in the bottom right corner to talk to someone during business hours.

Campus Ministry – Tips & Support Resources for Students (and everyone!)

In the shadow of the COVID 19 pandemic, let’s utilize all our resources to keep balance, calm and joy in our day to day lives. Here are a few suggested resources by topic. Please feel free to let us know about awesome and helpful resources and ideas you discover out there!

Kelly Bourke  306-359-1235

Virtual Coffee Shop

  • Campus Ministry BYO coffee/tea drop-in time on Zoom (11-Noon on Monday and Wednesday) and Messenger (1-2pm Tuesdays and Thursdays) – sign up for links and reminders
  • Set up a virtual coffee time with friends! Invite someone who might appreciate connecting!
  • Campion Campus Ministry Connect Facebook virtual coffee page



Laughter (it’s good for body, mind and soul!)

Reading Suggestions




  • Looking at, and especially being out in, nature and the fresh air is good for the soul! If you are stuck indoors, find a window to peer out and reflect.
  • If you don’t need to stay inside, get out there for a walk!
  • If you can’t go for a walk, or a roll, and don’t have a good window, try something like this: (quiet stream in the woods – 60 minutes)



Museums and More

Prayer (Catholic) – Multifaith resources coming/TBA


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