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Ryerson Union Fair

The Ryerson Union Fair was first held on Wednesday March 12, 1986. It was co-sponsored by the Ryerson Labour Studies Group, SURPI, and CESAR and had two faculty organizers - Phyllis Clarke and Myer Siemiatycki - from the Department of Politics.
Series contains correspondence, posters, flyers, buttons, programs, and audio cassettes.

Union Fair - audio recordings - 1987

The 1987 Ryerson Union Fair was held Wednesday March 11, 1987 and was held in Jorgenson Hall and the Film and Photography building. Included with the audio cassettes is a copy of the work order for the creation of the audiocassettes.

File contains 10 audio cassettes of the speaker series sessions:

RG 140.02.04.01.01 11 am session - "Bargaining for Equality: Unions and Employment Equity" by Cindy St. Clair

RG 140.02.04.01.02 12 pm session - "Free Trade: What Future for Canada?" by Jo Surich, Ontario Federation of Labour

RG 140.02.04.01.03 1 pm session - "Occupational Health and Safety: the Hazards of Work" by Gary Cwitco, Ontario Federation of Labour

RG 140.02.04.01.04 2 pm session - "New Technology at Work: Whose progress?" by Darcy Martin, Communications Workers of Canada

RG 140.02.04.01.05 3 pm session - "Unions against Apartheid: Labour and South Africa: by Brenda Webb, Ontario Public Service Employees Union (2 cassettes)

RG 140.02.04.01.06 4 pm session - "Labour and the Media: The Gainers Strike" by Ed Seymour, United Food and Commercial Workers Union (2 cassettes)

RG 140.02.04.01.07 5 pm session - "Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value" by Irene Harris, Canadian Union of Public Employees

RG 140.02.04.01.08 5:45 pm session - "Unionizing the Professions: Recent Trends" by Kathy Viner, Association of Television Producers and Directors

Ryerson Media Centre

Union Fair - audio recordings - 1988

The 1988 Ryerson Union Fair was held Wednesday March 9, 1988 and was held in Jorgenson Hall. Included with the audio cassettes is a copy of the work order for the creation of the audiocassettes.

File contains 6 audio cassettes of the speaker series sessions:

RG 140.02.04.02.01 - "Free Trade: What Future for Canada" by Jim Turk

RG 140.02.04.01.02 - "Technological Change at Work" by Darcy Martin

RG 140.02.04.01.03 - "The Role of Unions Today" by Donna Johanson and Mary Rowles

RG 140.02.04.01.04 - "Pay Equity: Equality at Work" by Julie Davis

RG 140.02.04.01.05 - "Labour and Social Change in Nicaragua" by Ron Pellerin, Jenny Green Memorial Lecture

RG 140.02.04.01.06 - "Privatization and Contracting out - In Whose Interest?" by David Pearce

Ryerson Media Centre

Stamps

Two obsolete stamps used by the Department of Politics and Public Administration
RG 140.07.01 - Department of Politics - rubber and wood
RG 140.07.02 - School of Public Administration - self-inking

The Ideas Exchange

A second year City Politics class in the Journalism program, as part of a Journalism/Politics team-teaching assignment, were to report for and produce a daily newspaper exclusively for a "Jane Jacobs: Ideas That Matter" conference in Toronto. The graduating print class in Journalism produced the three issue paper.

Program Review Process

Program Assessment Review Cttee. Nov. 1981
Degree In Public Administration Jan. 1982
Degree in Public Administration Phase 3 April 1982
Bachelor of Applied Arts (Public Administration) Dec. 1982
RPRP - Public Administration Feb. 1983
PRP - Academic Quality Element c1989
PRP - Societal Need Element c1992
PRP - Financial Viability Element Jan. 26, 1993
Revisions to Part-Time Degree Program in Public Administarion Oct. 30. 1997