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  • Psychology student receives research award
    Clinical psychology PhD student Skye Fitzpatrick won a 2015 Dissertation Research Award from the American Psychological Association. The annual award is given to doctoral psychology students across the U.S. and Canada. Fitzpatrick’s research is on “Optimizing Emotion Regulation in Borderline Personality Disorder: Why and When Strategies Do and Do No Work”
  • Professor awarded $2.5M SSHRC grant
    School of Social Work Professor Henry Parada received a $2.5 million grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for his research on the protection rights of children in the Caribbean and Central America
  • Join us for a special holiday party
    Come join with the Ryerson community as we celebrate Sheldon Levy’s leadership and bid him farewell. This year at the President's Annual Holiday Party, the community will enjoy refreshments, share memories, and thank Sheldon for a decade of leadership and innovation. It’s the official university event to honour Sheldon and celebrate our accomplishments as a community. The program features some surprises you won’t want to miss! Mark it in your calendar - Wednesday, Nov. 25 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre home ice at 3 p.m. with the program starting at 4


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New FCAD Dean Charles Falzon wants to deconstruct the notion of the ivory tower and connect with students from every discipline through his Brunch with the Dean sessions
RTA School of Media Professor and research Hossein Rahnama talks about his new appointment as visiting professor at the MIT Media Lab

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