The Faculty of Science is exploring opportunities to build on what we call "connected science", where teaching is student-centered and research is focused on finding real world solutions.
Under the leadership of Dean David Cramb, and with your generous support, we are moving forward to meet our most important academic and research priorities. Your financial assistance makes us stronger and is a critical component of our success. We are very grateful for your generous gifts.
Ways to "connect" with your financial support
Help us recognize and foster excellence in student achievement and assist with the growing financial demands of post-secondary education through awards and scholarships.
Help us attract and retain accomplished faculty by supporting innovative teaching and emerging research. Create Professorships and Academic Research Chairs; engage exceptional graduate students through fellowships and other aid.
Support acquisition of leading-edge tools and equipment and modern learning and research spaces.
Strengthen our community by supporting outreach activities that inspire the next generation of innovators. Help us spread the word about science, making it accessible to everyone and revealing the ways it is relevant and fun.
More ways to connect
Be a partner in research. Bring your questions and challenges to our expert faculty and students.
Enhance your workforce through co-op placements and recruitment of Faculty of Science undergraduate students.
Lend your expertise as a member of an Advisory Committee.
Costin Antonescu and his lab group
Make Your Mark in Science
The new Faculty of Science (previously part of the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Science) at Ryerson University was created in July 2012. The Faculty is building on the rich legacy that is our alumni, students, parents, faculty and staff, and which extends to partnerships with businesses and the community.
The Faculty of Science invites you to become part of our vibrant community and join the network of people, learning, and research that is “connected science” at its best.