The Perk Lab has a diverse team of undergraduate, graduate students, postdoctoral and staff researchers and everyone here is valued and deserves to be treated with respect. This learning and work environment should be free from any form of discrimination, sexual and personal harassment. We strive to provide fair opportunities to all students who join the Perk Lab, considering their research interests and future goals.
Equity Liaison: Zsuzsanna Keri MD, CHIM
The Equity Liaison acts to ensure equity is maintained in the Perk Lab. The role of the equity liaison is to be your first point of contact if you:
- have any concerns about how you were treated by any lab member
- are concerned about your relationship with your supervisor
- feel you have experienced any form of discrimination, harassment, or
- you are feeling uncomfortable working in our lab.
Let us know if you have any suggestion or feedback about how we can make our lab more inclusive. Any conversation regarding equity issues between you and the equity liaison is strictly confidential. Should you wish to have more information about equity and human rights at Queen’s, you will get help how to connect to other resources.
- The Queen’s Positive Space Program
- The Queen’s Accessibility Hub
- Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
- Queen’s University International Centre
- Cross-Cultural Advising and Counselling (issues related to adjusting to a new cultural environment)
- Human Rights Office
- Information on Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
- Lone Worker and Safe Walk Programs from Campus Security and Emergency Services
- Counselling and Support Services for Students in Crisis