Tag Archives: Scholarships

Bourse d’étude / Student Scholarship

Félicitations à Guillaume Blais qui s’est mérité bourse de fin d’études de maîtrise par la Faculté des études supérieures et postdoctorales de l’Université de Montréal pour son projet de maîtrise sur la consolidation de la grammaire chez l’adolescent francophone.

Congratulations to Guillaume Blais who received a Master’s scholarship by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies of the Université de Montréal for his master’s project on teenager grammar consolidation. 

Bourse d’études / Student Scholarship

Félicitations à Guillaume Blais qui s’est mérité une bourse de maîtrise du CRBLM pour son projet de maîtrise sur la consolidation de la grammaire chez l’adolescent francophone.

Congratulations to Guillaume Blais who received a graduate scholarship from the CRBLM for his master’s project on teenager grammar consolidation. 

Postdoctoral researcher position, available from winter 2023

The Language Acquisition and Processing lab of the School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology (ÉOA) at the University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, is offering a two-year postdoctoral researcher position.


The successful candidate will be expected to co-lead a research project on Language Acquisition and Processing in Teen and Adult L1 and L2 (Phaedra Royle, with Karsten Steinhauer, et al, SSHRC Insight Grant). This position will involve supervision of graduation students with a main focus on EEG/ERP data processing. This is a two-year fixed term position. The two main foci of the project are

1. French L2-learning in teens focusing on agreement (gender and number) or syntax (noun-phrase and clitics)

i. Environmental and individual characteristics affecting L2-acquisition

2. Interference effects in adult simultaneous Catalan-Spanish bilinguals focusing on gender interference in cognates (determiner agreement), in collaboration with Garcia Alcaraz, Universitat de les Illes Balears.

i. Language dominance effects on interference.

This position also offers the opportunity to advance the candidate’s profile in targeted interest domains where interests overlap with this lab and projects.
Requirements:


Essential:
– A PhD in cognitive neuroscience, cognitive science, computer science, linguistics, psychology or a related discipline.
– A track record of research in ERPs, including experience disseminating research through conference presentations and publications.
– Excellent written and spoken English. At least intermediate knowledge of written and oral French. The language of the University is French, but accommodations for learners can be made.
– Experience managing ERP labs, ERP data, and data processing using Matlab, EEGLab and ERPLab, and R.
– Experience managing confidential participant information, dealing with ethical and administrative issues, and efficiently managing and cataloguing data.

Desirable:
– Experience supervising or teaching undergraduate or graduate students.
– High level of French proficiency
– High level of Spanish or Catalan proficiency
Conditions of employment:
– The position is available from winter 2023. Start date is negotiable.
– Full-time position (35 hours per week) with a term of appointment of 2 years. Part-time applications are also welcome.
– The salary in accordance with the salary scales of the Université de Montréal. The salary offered is 42 996 $ CAD, which includes health and dental coverage and one month vacation.
– The researcher will have access to state-of-the art research and training facilities and a conference and travel budget pending availability. French-speaking research assistants will be available to carry out local participant testing, if required.

Please apply directly to Dr. Royle (phaedra.royle@umontreal.ca). Applications should include:
– A (maximum 2-page) application letter that a) outlines how you fit essential and desirable requirements listed above, and b) includes a short description of your research profile and objectives.
– A CV, including a list of publications and funding history.
– Contact details for three referees (referees will not be contacted unless you are invited to interview).


Application open until filled

Bourse du doyen et bourse alma mater / Dean’s scholarship and Alma Mater scholarship

Félicitations à Ariane Brucher, étudiante en Neurosciences cognitives, qui a reçu une bourse du doyen de la Faculté des arts et des sciences et une bourse alma mater du département de psychologie de l’Université de Montréal pour l’excellence académique le 2 décembre 2021.

Congratulations to Ariane Brucher, student in Cognitive Neurosciences, who was awarded the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s scholarship and an alma mater scholarship from the Department of Psychology of the University of Montreal for academic excellence on December 2nd, 2021.

Bourse de recherche de 1er cycle CRSNG / NSERC undergraduate scholarship

Félicitations à Ariane Brucher, étudiante en Neurosciences cognitives, qui a obtenu une bourse du CRSNG pour faire un stage d’été en recherche au laboratoire.

Congratulations to Ariane Brucher, student in Cognitive Neurosciences, who was awarded an NSERC scholarship to do a research internship in the lab over the summer.

Bourse postdoctorale FRQSC postdoctoral scolarship

Félicitations à Estela García Alcaraz qui a obtenu une bourse postdoctorale pour son projet intitulé / Congratulations to Estela García Alcaraz who has secured postdoctoral funding for: Metalinguistic and linguistic abilities in bilinguals with intellectual disabilities in comparison to monolingual peers and typically developing bilinguals: The case of Prader-Willy Syndrome. Elle rejoindra le laboratoire bientôt pour débuter ce projet excitant.

Bourse de soutien aux étudiant·e·s pour présentation à des événements scientifiques / Conference scholarship

Bravo à Émilie Courteau qui a reçu une bourse de soutien aux étudiants pour présentation à des événements scientifiques (REPAR), pour sa présentation au congrès SNL en août 2019.

Kuddos to Émilie Courteau who was awarded a REPAR travel scholarship for her scientific  presentation at the SNL conference in August 2019. 

Bourse premier pour stage d’été / Summer scholarships

Félicitations à Ann-Sophie Duquette et Clara Misirliyan, étudiantes en Orthophonie, qui se méritent des bourses de stage de recherche Premier leur permettant d’effectuer un stage d’été dans notre laboratoire de recherche.

Congratulations to Ann-Sophie Duquette and Clara Misirliyan, SLP students who have obtained Premier summer research scholarships to work in our lab over the summer.

Bourse doctorale / PhD scholarship

Félicitations à Émilie Courteau qui a réussi les concours de bourse doctorales du FRQSC et du CRSH pour son projet intitulé Trouble du développement du langage et compréhension du langage : une étude de potentiels évoqués 

Congratulations to Émilie Courteau who was awarded both FRQSC and SSHRC merit scholarships for her PhD project on Developmental language disorder and language comprehension: An ERP study.

Bourse (MOM) pour étudiante en formation psycholinguistique experimentale / (WOW) Training scholarship for experimental psycholinguistics workshop

Félicitations à Émilie Courteau qui a obtenu une bourse pour participer au 2018 Spring Training in Experimental Psycholinguistics à Edmonton. Elle est parrainée par Mots dans le Monde, une initiative de formation à la recherche avec partenaires multiples.

Congratulations to Émilie Courteau, who received a scholarship to attend the 2018 Spring Training in Experimental Psycholinguistics, Edmonton, created by the Words in the World Partnered Research Training Initiative.  For this award, students or trainees from the Words in the World network were asked to submit an original research abstract of interest to the Psycholinguistics community.