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From left: John Edwards, Karla Ting and Daphne Mazarura

Learning from each other

Interprofessional Education at Faculty of Community Services fosters collaborative learning

On patrol with campus security

Ryerson Today writer Will Sloan takes a tour of Ryerson with the Security and Emergency Services team

Syrian newcomer looks back on first year in Canada

Ryerson United Way campaign helps support and settle new Canadians

40 years on campus

Ryerson honours longtime employees at annual Retiree Celebration

Podcasts

From left: John Shields and Bryan Evans

The rise of populist politics

Politics Professors Bryan Evans and John Shields have recently returned from a trip to Iceland where they witnessed the rise of the Pirate Party and the results of the federal election first-hand. On this episode, Evans and Shields talk to host Zandra Alexander about a tumultuous year in global politics

Research

From left: Jee In Kim, Tracy Lackraj and Debora Foster

Understanding E. coli mobility may help control outbreaks

Researchers study how the bacteria reacts inside the intestinal tract

Events

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Career Insider

Ryerson Today partnered with the Career Centre (located in POD-60) to launch a monthly series called Career Insider.

10 tips for transitioning from school to employment
Career Centre helps graduates embark on their #RoadFromRyerson

Other roads to take
Convocation closes one chapter and starts another

‘Please add me to your LinkedIn network’
Students visit LinkedIn through Ryerson Career Centre Masterclass

From classroom to workplace
Work Study program relaunches as Career Boost: Ryerson’s Student Employment Service

Student leaders build bridge to Career Centre
Work-study students connect Ryersonians with career-building skills

Voices of experience
Hear from professionals about how to get started on building your career for life

Career Insider
A new series aimed at preparing students to build their careers

Ryerson University Lifeline Syria Challenge

The RULSC program has been designed to resettle Syrian refugees and to provide experiential learning and applied research opportunities for students.

 

‘There’s no better than this’ for resettled Syrian family
Ryerson University Lifeline Syria Challenge sponsors refugee families

Enactus holds financial literacy workshops for Syrian refugees
Newcomers learn the basics of budgeting, banking

It takes a village to resettle a family
Student volunteers lend skills, generosity to refugee initiative

University doubles refugee sponsorship goal as support surges
Community steps up to aid global crisis

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