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A New Chapter for Our 2016 Graduates!

Submitted by denc on Thu, 08/11/2016 - 12:07pm

This spring, the ITP Lab celebrated the graduations of three long-time lab members: Christianne Varty, Denise Law, and Claire Ferguson. While the ITP Lab will miss these amazing individuals, we are also excited for their new chapters!

Summer at the Individual and Team Performance Lab

Submitted by ckfergus on Tue, 09/01/2015 - 1:20pm

With the beginning of the academic year only a week away, the ITP lab has been gearing up for a busy time ahead. Far from lying dormant over the spring and summer, however, the lab remained bustling and active both with ongoing work and several events:  

Moving On and Staying On: 2015 Graduates

Submitted by ckfergus on Sat, 05/09/2015 - 3:38am

Despite being a relatively large lab, ITP lab members often spend time together and have had chances to develop close bonds. Because of this, we are always delighted when members of the lab succeed in moving on to their desired next steps, even though it makes us sad when this takes them away from us!

Dr. O'Neill Presenting at CPA Award Winner Symposium

Submitted by ckfergus on Thu, 03/05/2015 - 5:33pm

As Dr. O'Neill was recently the recipient of a CPA President's New Researcher Award, he will be presenting at a symposium moderated by Dr. Mothersill at the 2015 CPA conference in Ottawa this year. The title of this presentation is Assessing and Developing Teamwork Skills during Post-Secondary Education, and the abstract can be found below.

For those attending CPA and interested in learning more, the symposium for award winners will be held from 1:30-2:25 on Thursday, June 4, in the Ontario room.

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Cyberslacking Makes Top 10 Most Read Research Stories of 2014

Submitted by ckfergus on Mon, 01/12/2015 - 8:19pm

Featured among articles on dinosaur discoveries and exploration of nerve damage, Dr. O'Neill's work on Cyberslacking was one of the most read research articles of 2014 on the University of Calgary website!

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