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Thomas Meacock fonds

  • F 807
  • collection
  • 1961

This fonds contains the following files:

F 807.01- Blueprints: Howard Kerr Hall - Unit III, 1961.

F 807.02 - General Trades: Contract Requirements for Fixed Sum Contract - Howard Kerr Hall - Unit III, 1961.

Meacock, Thomas

George Swede fonds

  • F 36
  • collection
  • 1968 - ?

Fonds consists of work created and published by George Swede. Included are poetry, books, and pamphlets.

Swede, George

Yeates School of Graduate Studies

  • RG 771
  • collection
  • 1999 - 2019

The Yeates School of Graduate Studies fonds contains materials created by or inconjunction with the school. It was been divided into series:
RG 771.001 Graduate Studies - Records received from Dr, Donald Gillies
RG 771.002 Theses presentations, defense and oral examination announcements
RG 771.003 Conferences, lectures, exhibitions and symposiums
RG 771.004 Human Resources
RG 771.005 Special Events - general
RG 771.006 School Publications - general
RG 771.007 Funding and Scholarship opportunities
RG 771.008 Degree program promotional materials

Ryerson Communication and Design Society

  • RG 951
  • collection
  • 2012-2019

Fonds consists of projects completed as extra curricular activities by student groups within the Faculty of Communication and Design or in some cases, includes students across the school's student body.

Office of the Ombudsperson

  • RG 745
  • collection
  • 1997-

Fonds consists of materials related to the Office of the Ombudsperson.

Office of the Ombudsperson

Myer Siemiatycki fonds

  • F 403
  • collection
  • 1979 - 2018

Fonds contains records related to Myer Siemiatycki's academic career.

Siemiatycki, Myer

School of Fashion

  • RG 216
  • collection
  • 1912 - ?

Towards the end of World War II, the Training and Re-Establishment Institute, Toronto (T.R.I.T.) was established in the existing Toronto Normal School buildings to provide rehabilitation training to the men and women who served in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Fashion was one of the sixty programs offered at T.R.I.T. Sarah W. Murdoch, who had planned the original Fashion course, received permission from Dr. Howard H. Kerr to revise the program for the Fall of 1948 and the new Ryerson Institute of Technology. A two-year Diploma course in Costume Design, which included two four-week job training periods, produced the first graduating class in June 1950.
From 1950-1960, the program went through a number of changes, the biggest being in 1958 when Fashion came under the umbrella of "Women's programs," which also consisted of Home Economics and Pre-School Education. All courses and content had to meet the requirements of the Home Economics Division of the Department of Education. The program had originally been set up to include male and female students, but its new emphasis on Home Economics discouraged many men from applying.
The Fashion program remained under Home Economics until 1970, when the Home Economics Department was removed from the Division of Applied Arts. The Fashion Department objected to this move and was subsequently granted permission to remain in the Applied Arts Division. As a result, a brand new three-year program was developed for students for the Fall of 1970, with two specialization options: Design and Merchandising. The program became so popular that enrollment was limited by 1972.
In 1973 Jen Nemeth, Department Chairman, implemented changes to validate the program as a four-year undergraduate degree, an undertaking supported by Nemeth's successor, Bill Vine. The Fashion Department put forth a proposal for the degree program to Ryerson’s Standards Committee in March 1981 and then to Academic Council that October, with the intention that first-year applicants to the degree program would start in September 1982. However, due to the Ministry of College and University's freeze on all new undergraduate programs, the proposal was deferred. The program finally received its degree status in March 1985, making it the first (and, for many years, only) fashion undergraduate degree program in Canada. The first Bachelor of Applied Arts degree class graduated in 1986, which consisted of third-year diploma students who had chosen to remain for a fourth year.
A few program adjustments occurred over the next 30 years, including changes in requirements, option names, and discipline names. In addition, the School of Fashion moved to the Faculty of Communication & Design (FCAD). Starting in 2004, Fashion shifted from granting Applied Arts degrees to Bachelor of Design degrees (in Fashion Design or Fashion Communication), retroactive to 2003.
In Fall 2010, Ryerson introduced an innovative two-year program leading to a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Fashion. This program is the first of its kind offered in Canada. A minor in Fashion Studies was made available the following year to students not enrolled in the Fashion program.

Information acquired from:
"History of Fashion Program" in "The Department of Design and Merchandising Degree Proposal" (1982) http://www.ryersonfashion.ca/ (Last accessed February 2015) http://mafashion.ryerson.ca/ (Last accessed February 2015) http://mafashion.ryerson.ca/program-overview (Last accessed February 2015)
LinkedIn profile (Last accessed February 2015)
clippings file

Record group contains records by the School of Fashion as of 1950 that relate to fashion shows, meeting minutes and reports, degree proposals and other academic material, promotional material, documentation on special events and projects, and photographs. Includes textual records; black-and-white and colour photographic prints, slides, and negatives; posters; VHS videocassettes; DVDs; and data CDs.

School of Fashion

Daniel Bratton fonds

  • F 656
  • collection
  • 1996

Daniel Bratton is a former instructor of Canadian Literature in the Department of English at Ryerson University. Bratton earned his PhD in English Literature and Language from the University of Toronto (1983). After leaving Ryerson, Bratton taught English at the Youngdong Technical Institute in South Korea, and became a professor at Miyazaki International College, Kiyotake, Japan (1999 - 2005) and then at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan (2005 - 2010). While at Doshisha, he received two Japanese Monkasho grants, a fellowship from the Lilly Library of Indiana University, and funding from the Canadian government to write a book on Cid Corman and Origin Magazine, which published many modern poets. He is the author of Thirty-Two Short Views of Mazo de la Roche, a biographical essay on the Canadian author of the Whiteoks Jalna novels, and founder of the Elora Poetry Centre in Elora, Ontario.

Fonds consists of textual records pertaining to the launch of Bratton's book.

Thierry Gervais Fonds

  • F 399
  • collection
  • 2008 - 2015

Fonds contains textual records and published material related to Thierry Gervais' academic career.

Gervais, Thierry

Canadian Perspectives Conference Transcript

  • 2012.006.05.31
  • Pièce
  • October 1979

Item consists on one published transcript of the proceedings of the Canadian perspectives conference conference on Canadian photography.

Physical Resources

  • RG 8
  • collection
  • 1981

January 1, 1981 :

The Department of Physical Resources is established with the consolidation of three existing departments:

Campus Planning
Physical Plant
Communications Engineering Services

Thus, the new department's responsibilities included new building construction, renovations to existing space, plumbing, heatiing, cooling, light and power, furniture inventories, and, services for computers, TV, audio, telephone, language labs, and projectors and screens [from Guide to Physical Resources Services, March 1981 ; RG 8.____.]

John Ezyk, head of Campus Planning, becomes Physical Resources Director
Dick Crichton, Associate Director - Plant Operations
George Hume, Associate Director - Planning
Kurt Mayer, Co-ordinator, Communications Engineering Services.

1986

The section Communications Engineering Services (CES) departs Physical Resources and amalgamates with the Computing Centre to form a new department, Computing and Communications Services (CCS) with John Johnston as Director.

June 1, 1990 :
The Department of Physical Resources is divided into two departments :

Campus Planning and Construction, under Director George Hume
Physical Plant Operations, under Director Ron MacLean

CJRT Radio

  • RG 159
  • collection

Fonds contains records related to the history of CJRT Radio.

CJRT Radio

O'Keefe House

  • RG 209
  • collection
  • 1963 - 2015

Fonds contains textual records, graphic material, and artifacts related to the Ryerson residence O'Keefe House.

O'Keefe House

Open College

  • RG 7
  • collection
  • 1970 - 2010

Margaret Norquay fonds

  • F 598
  • collection
  • 1993 - 2003

Fonds consists of a single article authored by Margaret Norquay.

Norquay, Margaret

Peter Di Gangi Papers

  • 2018.008
  • collection
  • 1925-2011

The fonds contains records created by Peter Di Gangi (Sicani Research), containing research related to indigenous governance in Canada. Much of the content is unpublished and topics include: policy and research papers on indigenous law and policy, federal government reports and statistics, Ontario government reports and statistics (focused on northern and northwestern Ontario), draft reports and intervenor submissions prepared for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP), Assembly of First Nations reports and committee kits, records from the Centre for Treaty Advocacy, policy papers on federal legislation and the Indian Act, social programs, taxation, lands, various court cases and decisions with analyses, materials on the evolution of federal Claims policy and efforts at reform, some material related to United States Indian policy and treaties.

See attached PDF for a complete box list.

Zone Learning

  • RG 953
  • collection
  • 2012 -

Zone Learning administers to the entrepreneurial centres or zones mentoring students to create their own businesses. Digital Medial Zone (DMZ) was the first and with its success, other schools established their own zones.

The zones, organized into series. include :

Biomedical Zone
Fashion Zone
Design Fabrication Zone
Digital Media Zone (DMZ)
iBoost Zone
Innovation Centre for Urban Energy (iCUE)
Legal Innovation Zone
Science Discovery Zone
SocialVentures Zone
Transmedia Zone

Digital Media Zone

First Edition Photobook Award

  • 2015.004
  • Collection
  • 2014-2018

Collection contains books created by the winners of the First Edition Book Award. The Award was established to honor 3rd year photography students who have made exceptional achievements in photobook production. It provides incentive for them to achieve early recognition that will have a lasting legacy in our collection.

As part of MPS507, a 3rd year Image Arts class in The Photographic Book, students are expected to conceive of and create their own book. This is, in part, related to work that has been completed in the co-requisite class, MPS506 - Photographic Production. These are both required courses for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Image Arts) Photography Studies Option.

The Award was established in 2015, enabling the Library to annually purchase the top five books in the class, as judged by the professor, and the Special Collections Librarian. Books are judged at the year end exhibition of the books and evaluation is focused particularly on design, sequencing, and integration of images and text.

Winning books are catalogued in the Ryerson Library system, including a note about the award, and housed in Special Collections. Occasional exhibits are created to showcase the works.

2015 Winners:
Rebecca Zynomirski, Sheila's Tropical Vacation (Toronto: Rebecca Zynomirski, 2014). TR655.Z96 2014
Lodoe Laura Haines, Stateless / Photographs by Lodoe Laura, forward by Tashi Wangdi (Toronto: Lodoe Laura, 2014).
Evan Hutchinson, 43.7000 79.4000 (Toronto: Evan Hutchinson, 2014).
Lucy Lu, Memories of Nowhere : A book by Lucy Lu (Toronto: Lucy Lu, 2014).
Imogen Wallis-Mayer, An Ambiguous Form (Toronto, Imogen Wallis-Mayer, 2014).
Emily Pleasance, My Relative Life : A Mapping of Memories (Toronto, Emily Pleasance, 2014)
Kristina Smith, Orillia: A Photographic Exploration (Toronto, Kristina Smith, 2013).

2016 Winners:
Andrea Chartrand, Save As. (Toronto: Andrea Chartrand, 2015).
Kayla Blaze Kelley, Dear Dad. (Toronto: Kayla Blaze Kelley, 2015).
Mina Markovic, Komlikovani Identiteti. (Toronto: Mina Markovic, 2015).
Terence Reeves, Looking Outside Looking In. (Toronto: Terence Reeves, 2015).
Gabriel Steele, Jackson. (Toronto: Gabriel Steele, 2015).
Alia Youssef, Self-portraits of my Family in our Backyard. (Toronto: Alia Youssef, 2015).

2017 Winners:
Adrian Walton-Cordeiro – Contesse De Bertren
Ailene Devries – Two Cities and a River
Fehn Foss – Remembering, Faring
Julia Garnet – Elements
Feline Gerhardt – About Mankind and the Attempt to Increase Significance
Warren Rynkun – The Yard

2018 Winers:
After Grapefruit, Clea Christakos-Gee
Untitled, Raelene Giffin
In Nocte, Rafaela Conde
In the Water, Lisa McElroy
9869518588, Heather Rattray
Home and Glory, Kalen Huxhan
It’s Good Once You Get There, Hayley Wilsdon

2019 Winners
How to Run Away, Lucy Alguire
Istanbul, Neha Bokhari
Urban Drift, Bahar Kamali
Cowboy, Austen Ambraska
Shallow Season, Ally Ambler
Overdressed, Jared Miller

Ryerson Press Collection

  • 2017.014
  • Collection
  • 1862-1997

Collection contains books published by Ryerson Press in Toronto between 1862 and 1971. Subjects include educational texts and guides, Canadian history, religion, fiction and poetry. The collection also includes 3 boxes of records from Ryerson Press, including authors contracts, correspondence, and memorandums.

The Ryerson Press

CKLN Radio

  • RG 456
  • collection
  • 1970 - 2011

Fonds contains textual, graphic, and audio records, and artifacts related to CKLN FM 88.1 radio station.

CKLN Radio

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