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Marie Bountrogianni

Former Ontario cabinet minister a prominent advocate for lifelong learning

Gregory Taylor shortlisted for national Donner Prize
FCAD lines up two weeks of design, art, film exhibitions
Fashion students were challenged to create gowns inspired by select Lindt chocolates
Photo gallery on the Student Learning Centre’s latest construction progress

Events

Ryerson in the news

January 27, 2014 - April 28, 2014
February 03, 2014 - May 05, 2014
February 03, 2014 - May 05, 2014
Rolled up newspapers
Max Dean
  • Governor General's Award winner Max Dean explores relationship between artists, art and viewers
Ryerson Image Centre
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Showcase

  • The real Winnie-the-Pooh
    School of Image Arts to organize exhibition this fall that explores the true story behind the fictional Winnie-the-Pooh
  • Cleaning together as a team
    April 25 is Toronto's annual spring clean-up event and Ryerson is helping out. Send a representative or come out as a department to 350 Victoria St. where a table will be set up outside from 1:30-2 p.m. with supplies. Let’s work together as a community to clean our city and campus
  • Join the Race for Kids
    This year’s Race for Kids by the Boys & Girls’ Club of Canada will make a stop at Ryerson. The campus will host one of the checkpoints in the fun-filled, downtown race on Saturday, May 31 and you can get a preview today on Gould Street from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. Sign up your team of four at www.raceforkids.ca before April 31 and save $10, use the code RYERSON. This year the event takes place in 25 locations across the country. All proceeds support Boys & Girls’ Clubs

Videos

Preparing a budget

Financial Basics e-learning modules

Learning outside the classroom

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Podcasts

Usha George, dean of the Faculty of Community Services, discusses her research on immigrant integration
Nima Naghibi, interim chair and associate professor in the Department of English, talks about why it's important to study the humanities.

Blogs

  • The changing campus

    Check out photographs tracing 66 years of building Ryerson in the downtown core
  • Spring has sprung

    Ryerson Eats has enlisted the help of Rye’s HomeGrown to grow crops for the summer season
  • Worldly travels

    RTA School of Media Professor Marusya Bociurkiw is currently blogging about her travels, encounters, research and food in Central and Eastern Europe. Note: Best viewed in Internet Explorer or Firefox