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A snap shot of 'Diversity Rising' - Created by Roxane Tracey

 

A snap shot of 'Out of the Closets & into the Libraries' - Created by Daryl Vocat www.darylvocat.com

 

A snapshot of Jeff Edmunds, Student Affairs Coordinator
Jeff Edmunds, Student Affairs Coordinator

Honour With Us!

For over 30 years Jeff Edmunds has been a friend, a counsellor, and adviser, a leader, our biggest supporter and advocate. He is the pillar of the School of Social Work who is greatly loved and missed. We wish him a long, happy and adventurous retirement!

Help us honour Jeff by creating a scholarship for students in his name, and to also keep his presence with us, in our school, for years to come.

Please click on the link below for more details:

Jeff Edmunds Award Brochure

or donate on line:

https://ruonline.ryerson.ca/ccon/new_gift.do?action=newGift&giving_page_id=56

If you have any inquiries, please contact us at:

smilosev@ryerson.ca

 

Application link for the School of Social Work Awards
Application link for the School of Social Work Awards

School of Social Work Student Awards and Scholarships

There are numerous awards available. Criteria and application deadlines vary for different awards. Academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, and leadership are all considered. We encourage all students to apply for awards and scholarships. There is no financial penalty for OSAP students receiving awards of up to $500.

Students are strongly recommended to review the full award description and qualifying criteria for each awards prior to applying, to determine their eligibility.

There are also a number of external scholarships, awards and bursaries for which students may be eligible to apply. For more information about these awards, please contact the Ryerson Financial Aid & Awards office or Michelle Free, School of Social Work.

All Ryerson students registered in a daytime diploma/degree program (including part-time students) who can demonstrate financial need, are eligible to apply for a Ryerson General Bursary. Check with the Financial Aid & Awards office for details, or their web site at www.ryerson.ca/financialaid.

School of Social Work Student Awards Ceremony

Friday, November 21, 2015

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

March Break at Ryerson

March 16, 2015 - March 20, 2015

A week of special tours, presentations and our March Break Open House for prospective students

Radicalized Canadians Abroad

March 18, 2015

Guest speaker will be Amarnath Amarasingam, SSHRC Canada Postdoctoral Fellow at Dalhousie University and co-principal investigator at the University of Waterloo for a study of Canadian “foreign fighters"

Europe & Middle East Tea House

March 19, 2015

Europe Middle East Tea House

John Ralston Saul hosts: A New Conversation

March 23, 2015

Indigenous and new Canadian perspectives on Canada

 

For a full list of events going on at ryerson, please visit Ryerson's Event Page here.

 

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