Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Adapting to Canada Survey

Dear India Student Association Members,

A Master’s student is psychology is looking for participants for his Adapting to Canada Survey. He is looking for any individuals who were born and raised outside of North America or Europe and came to Canada any time after their 13th birthday. While there has been some support for this study, the researcher needs more support. In the next month, he will need to find 100 international students and 100 immigrant students that are willing to complete the 30-minute survey. Each participant is entered into a draw of $100 and has a 1 in 75 chance of winning. The information that participants supply will be used to better help and support international students adjust to Canadian society.

If you were born and raised outside of North America or Europe, or you know someone who was, then please support this survey. Come to the International Student Office in the Global Commons, Room 60 Place Riel and ask for a survey. Or for further information or to request a package, you may also contact the researcher directly at: stryker.calvez@usask.ca.

Stryker is currently handing out surveys at the Global Commons International Student Office and can answer any questions about the survey during the following times.

Monday – Wednesday – Friday: 10am to 2pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 1pm to 4pm

Thank you for your support,

Stryker S. Calvez
Department of Psychology
University of Saskatchewan
Supervisor: Dr. Louise Alexitch

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