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  • Prof and alumnus finalists for Governor General’s Literary Awards
    School of Journalism Professor Kamal Al-Solaylee is a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Awards in the non-fiction category for his book, Brown: What Being Brown in the World Today Means (To Everyone). Image arts ’11 grad Jordan Tannahill also made the list in the drama category for his play, Concord Floral. Winners will be announced Oct. 25
  • Listen up
    The new Ryerson Today Podcast officially launches today. Until now available only on the Ryerson Today website, or through our newsletter, listeners can now find the Ryerson Today Podcast on all the major podcast directories, including iTunes and SoundCloud. The new and improved show explores life at Ryerson, highlighting interesting people and ideas along with the quirky side of campus, too. Please click here to visit the podcast page on our website, or go straight to iTunes and SoundCloud to subscribe. Thanks for listening


Our time to lead

Open Access Week


The director of the School of Performance discusses Arranged Marriage, a Bollywood-style musical about the immigrant experience in Canada. The play runs May 25 to 28 at the Ryerson Theatre
Chang School Dean Marie Bountrogianni discusses advising the Ukrainian president on education for people with special needs

Career Insider

Career planning

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  • 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


  • Character networks

    Math Professor Anthony Bonato uses social media analysis and artificial intelligence algorithms to explore social networks in Harry Potter and Twilight
  • Library renovations

    The third and fourth floor of the Library are undergoing renovations and should be completed by March 2017