Psychology DEPARTMENT JEDAI Workgroup Tea Time Conversations with SFU Psyc Faculty members on JEDAI Workgroup 

Tea-time Conversations

1:30-2:30 PM PT
Date 1: rescheduled from Wed Oct 18, 2023 to Nov 1, 2023
Date 2: Wed, Nov 29, 2023
Register or Get on The Waitlist here:

Location: RCB 6152 (to be confirmed), SFU-Burnaby*, unceded territories of Musqueum, Squamish, Tseil-Waututh, and Kwikwitlem 

With graduate school deadlines around the corner and occuring around this time every year, we invite students to an in-person gathering with faculty members from the SFU Psyc Dept JEDAI Workgroup, for a tea time conversation about graduate school pathways. We are excited to hold this event in-person event. 

Are you interested in pursuing graduate studies in psychology?

Join SFU’s Psyc JEDAI Workgroup psychology professors, Dr. Rachel Fouladi, Dr. Yuthika Girme, and Dr. Hali Kil for Tea Time to discuss graduate programs in psychology, application processes for MA/PhD programs, the ups and downs of the academic journey, and pathways after graduate school.

The JEDAI Workgroup has planned this event for and encourages attendance by individuals who identify as a member of historically marginalized or underrepresented communities or other groups that have traditionally faced disproportionately greater challenges to academic success. That said, Tea Time is open to students and individuals from all backgrounds.

Tea Time is scheduled for select Wednesdays in the Fall term, 1:30 to 2:30 pm. Interested students must register online at the link above.

Come back to this page for additional details. 

If you have further questions about this event or online registration, please email

Registration/Attendance Guidelines

Registration is required to attend. Please note, there is a registration cap for the event. We ask that you keep your registration status up-to-date - if you are not able to attend, please kindly cancel your registration for the event as soon as possible.

The events are offered free. If you would like to make a donation in appreciation of the events and other materials that will be provided after the event, you may wish to consider some of the following options:
- the Indian Residential School Survivors Society, visit:
Indspire, visit:

If you are interested in additional resources on topics around Reconciliation/Decolonization/EDI, you may also interested in visiting the SFU Psyc IRC Resources page and links. They are continually being updated: