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  • UF Children--education
  • UF Education, primitive
  • UF Education of children
  • UF Human resource development
  • UF Instruction
  • UF Pedagogy
  • UF Schooling
  • UF Students--education
  • UF Youth--education

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Sam Mikhail fonds

  • F 528
  • Fonds
  • 1989-1996

Samih W. Mikhail is a Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University, as well as a Professional Engineer and Project Management Professional. Mikhail earned his MSc from the University of Toronto and his PhD in Comparative Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, also at the University of Toronto. He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1966. From 1985 to 1990, he was Associate Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and, from 1995 to 2000, was Director of Ryerson International. He retired from Ryerson in 2000, at which time he joined the faculty at Centennial College and was Dean of the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science (SETAS) until 2006. In 2006, he became an Academic Advisor at the School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto where he coordinates the Business and Professional Programs. He has been actively consulting with national and international organizations (including CIDA, the World Bank,Swedish SIDA, OECD) since 1990 in the areas of strategic planning, business process management, project and portfolio management and education planning. He is also a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Fonds consists of papers and reports authored by Mikhail.

Mikhail, Sam

David Crombie fonds

  • F 585
  • Fonds
  • [between 1962 and 1971]

The Honourable David Crombie, P.C., is a Canadian Conservative politician and the first Chancellor of Ryerson University. Crombie was born in Toronto in 1936. He was educated at Western University and the University of Toronto, earning his BA and LLD (Hons.). He was awarded a Ryerson Fellowship and served the Ryerson community as a lecturer in Politics and Urban Affairs and as Director of Student Services from 1962 to 1971. In 1969, Crombie was elected as an Alderman for the City of Toronto and, from 1972 to 1978, served as the City's mayor and as Commissioner of Toronto Hydro (1973-1978). As Mayor, Crombie upheld and advocated for a philosophy of community-based urban development pioneered by Urban Studies scholar and activist Jane Jacobs. In 1978, Crombie was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Member for Rosedale and was re-elected in 1979, 1980, and 1984. He served as Minister of National Health and Welfare (1979-1984), Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (1984-1986), and Secretary of State and Minister of Multiculturalism (1986-1988). He resigned from Parliament on May 31, 1988 and was appointed Commissioner of the Royal Commission of the Future on the Toronto Waterfront. In 1992, he was appointed Commissioner of the Waterfront Regeneration Trust Agency. In 1994, Crombie returned to Ryerson as its first Chancellor after the Institute was granted university status. He held the position of Chancellor until 1999. In addition to his political duties, Crombie served as CEO of the Canadian Urban Institute, Director of the Laidlaw Foundation, Board Member of Pollution Probe, Chair of the Terry Fox Hall of Fame, and Board Member of the Canadian Merit Scholarship Trust Fund. In 2012, he was inducted into the Order of Ontario and, in 2014, into the Order of Canada. Crombie married Shirley Bowden in 1960 and has three children--Carrie, Robin, and actor Jonathon Crombie.

Fonds consists of photographs of and a report authored by Crombie.

Crombie, David

Worlds of Learning

File contains correspondence and drafts of columns written by Bascom St. John for the "World of Learning" column he wrote for the Globe and Mail.

Dale Shipley fonds

  • F 822
  • Fonds
  • 2002

Fonds consists of 1 book authored by Shipley.

Shipley, Dale

Free University of Toronto

File contains flyers, correspondence, and meeting minutes relating to the Free University of Toronto. Free University was an initiative organized and planned by students, staff, faculty, and community members at the University of Toronto. It planned to offer free courses - with a goal to create an open, accessible, inclusive, non-corporate, no fees University of Toronto. The Free University did offer courses until 2002.

The Difference Private Funding Can Make

The images used in this display collection were created in the early to mid 1980s. They were subsequently enlarged and mounted for display, "The Difference Private Funding Can Make". Descriptive labels accompanied the display boards, but were transcribed (below) and destroyed.

General Instrument of Canada
Satellite Signal Receiving System Electrical Technology

J.P. Bickle Foundation
Media Library

Delta-Sheraton Front Desk Computer
Hospitality and Tourism Dept.

Sony of Canada Ltd.
Broadcast Journalism Laboratory [2 images]

Delta Sheraton Front Desk Computer Library : Hospitality and Tourism Dept.

The photographic image, created in the early to mid 1980s, shows three Hospitality and Tourism students using recently donated computer equipment as part of a front office hotel computer system from Delta Hotels, the Sheraton Corporation, and Electronic Engineering Company of California Inc. (EECO). The name of the training lab appears in the background.

Teaching and High School Entrance Certificates - Mary Reeves

Five certificates received by May Ferguson under her maiden name, Reeves. One of the certificates is an admission certificate to a "Collegiate Institute, High School or Continuation School" whereas the remaining certificates are kindergarten/public schoolteacher's certificates. Two of these certificates are for programs taken at the Toronto Normal School.

Toronto Normal School

Central Business College Toronto pin

Pin awarded to Helen Carruthers by the Central Business College of Toronto. Pin has laurel leaf pattern across bottom with filagree across the top surrounding a round metal disk inscribed with "Central Business College Toronto" around a typewriter. The back of the pin is inscribed "Awarded to Helen Carruthers Dec 1900".

Central Business College

Education and work : proceedings of the International conference linking research and practice / The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education ; David Corson and Stephen B. Lawton

Item consists of a 2-volume compilation of the proceedings of the International Conference Linking Research and Practice, produced by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, edited by David Corson and Stephen B. Lawton. The conference was sponsored by Kodak Canada Inc. and the report was "produced using Kodak Graphic Arts Products." Kodak Canada president, Ronald Morrison, wrote the foreword to each volume.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Graham's Scientific Breeding School

Item consists of a photograph mounted on light grey card with dark grey borders. Image shows a group of ment standingon the steps to a light brick building. Each man has a number written on his chest (handwritten on negative) and the words "PHOTO BY/ BERT'S/ JAN 8-17." appears also handwritten to the right of the group. At the top edge of the photo, probably also added to the negative, "GRAHAM'S SCIENTIFIC BREEDING SCHOOL K.C.MO." Handwritten in pencil on verso, "$10.00".


Education in the Information Age

File contains 2 copies of the keynote address delivered by Robert Scott to The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers at the 14th International Television Conference. The Conference was held in Toronto on February 1, 1980. Also in the file is thank you letter from the President of the Society for his participation.

Letter: From Egerton Ryerson To A. McGregor

One letter written on the letterhead of the Department of Public Instruction for Upper Canada and dated September 1, 1853. It is addressed to A. McGregor, Esq., Treasurer, County Perth, Stratford.

Ryerson, Egerton

Access program for multi-racial students enter Human Service fields

The program offered through Continuing Education at Ryerson was created jointly by Ryerson and the Access Action Council and was funded by the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities.
Files contain correspondence, financials, course brochures, meeting minutes, notes, proposals, Progress Report to Ministry of Colleges and Universities Government of Ontario, and Proposal for a Conference in Improving Accessibility in Post Secondary Institutions For Visible Minority and Ethno Specific Students in Ontario.

Donna Smith fonds

  • F 619
  • Fonds
  • 1995-1997

Donna Smith is a Professor in the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management at Ryerson University. Smith holds a Doctor of Business Administration from Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK and a BA and MBA from McGill University. From 2006 to 2008, Smith was President of the American Collegiate Retailing Association, a global network of university professors who teach and conduct research in retailing. From 2003 to 2006, she was Associate Dean of the Faculty of Communication & Design at Ryerson University, and from 1998 to 2003, she was the first Director of the School of Retail Management. In September 2010, Smith won the Best Paper Award in the Doctoral Colloquium at the International Colloquium in Relationship Marketing in Henley-on-Thames, England. Her research interests include retailer-vendor strategic partnerships and the shopping behaviour of female fashion shoppers in shopping centre environments.

Fonds consists of one study and one book containing a chapter authored by Smith.

Smith, Donna

Student Learning Support

This file consists of promotional records offering learning support services to both undergarduate and graduate students.

Within the department of Student Services is the team Student Learning Support, located in the Student Learning Centre building, centralizing learning assistance in the form of individual help, group sessions, and workshops for :

  • Academic Accommodation
  • English Language Support
  • Graduate Student Support
  • Math Support
  • Writing Support
  • and a Test Centre

Open College audio cassettes (coursepacks)

Open College Listeners Network - The Educational service of CJRT 91.1 FM Newsletter. This Series contains audio cassette coursepacks in their original packaging.

Mi'kmaq Education 14 Jan/97

File contains records about the Mi'kmaq Education Act. Included in the file is a news release; two copies of "An Agreement with respect to Mi'kmaq Education in Nova Scotia" between The Federal Government and the Mi'kmaq Bands in Nova Scotia; and copies of the various legislations and other documents related to this initiative.

A Proposal to Establish a Language Centre, Preliminary Report

The title proper of the report in this file is, Preliminary Report of the English Department Language Committee, A Proposal to Establish a Language Centre.

The Language Committee assessed and proposed a language and writing centre, centralized to better serve students' access to language and writing skill courses, as well as English as a Second Language (ESL) at the academia level.

The committee submitted the preliminary report to the Dean of Arts, Dr. Errol Aspevig.

FORUM newsletter, 1994-2009

Over the years, the FORUM newsletter was published weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, bi-weekly, and, finally only six issues per year. Topics included Ryerson news, staffing updates, and staff and alumni notices. The publishing schedule was changed in 2006 to a calendar year from the academic year. The October 2005 issue was the last hard copy and a solely digital format was was released with the next print in 2006. Tthe FORUM was discontinued in 2009 and replaced with a new newsletter, Ryerson Today, on October 19, 2009 distributed via email notification and a link to the webpage.

President Sheldon Levy's column, "On My Desk," October 2005, Vol. 30, Issue 6 to Jan/Feb 2009 digital issue.

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