Sub-series contains files collected and created by Dr. George Korey Krozeczowki during his time a Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. Dr. Korey was the acting president at Ryerson from 1974-1975. Files contain information on the Ryerson Pension Plan, liquor licence, scholarships and awards and other information regarding the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Ministry of Colleges and Universities and correspondence.
Sub-series contains files collected and created by Walter G. Pitman during his presidency at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. Walter Pitman was Ryerson president from 1975 - 1980. Files contain reports, minutes of meetings, agreements, correspondence and other items related to Ryerson's operations.
The sub-series consists of photographic images taken at campus and in the general vicinity with subjects of formal protraits, poeple in groups, visitors, convocation, athletic centre, campus scenes in spring and winter.
Sub-series contains file of materials created/received by the Dean of Community Services. Included are 2 files from a larger donation of files from the Faculty of Nursing, and a third file of generally collected materials.
Subseries contains records relating to Ryerson's December 6th Memorial Committee. Sub-series is divided based on content into three files - textual records, posters, and an audio recording. RG 186.006.001.001 Textual Records - contains correspondence, brochures, announcements and other records related to the December 6th memorial, presentations, Dec. 6th Memorial Fund, Awards, and programs RG 186.006.001.002 Posters - Posters for Dec. 6th memorial ceremonies and seminars, plays, and other events sponsored by the committee. RG 186.006.001.003 Audiocassette - Audio recording of Rosemary Brown speaking at the first December 6th Memorial ceremony held in LIB 72.
Sub-series contains information on the Ryerson LIFE Institute and University of Strathclydes' Seniors' Studies Institute exchange and LIFE's participation in the TALIS (Third Age Learning International Studies) conference.
Box of photographs and other Athletics and Recreation materials were given to the Archives in 2012. The photographs, in negative, print, and slide format, include games, teams, and awards nights. There are no dates on the majority of the the photos, but judging by the type of photographs and the uniforms - they were taken between 1990 and 2010.
The Alumni Achievement Awards program was inaugurated in 1998 on Ryerson Polytechnic University's 50th Anniversary. There were initially two categories - Alumni Award of Distinction and Outstanding Recent graduate. The Alumni Award of Distinction is given for professional achievement. The Outstanding Recent Graduate Award is given an alumnus who brought honour to Ryerson withing 10 years of graduation. The winners are gifted with a medal created with funding from the Board of Directors of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in honour of Mr. Sharpe's induction into the Business Hall of Fame in 1998. The award was re-named for Mr. Sharpe in 2002. In 2008 the Outstanding Alumni Volunteer Award was introduced, recognizing alumni who have provided outstanding volunteer assistance to the University. In 2013 the Outstanding International Alumni Award was introduced, recognizing the alumnus that has demonstrated exceptional accomplishment in their chosen profession, exceptional service in community affairs, and has contributed to the advancement of Ryerson University. Sub-series contains promotional materials relating to the Alumni Achievement Awards and the Wall of Recognition. It is divided by year. For more information on each ceremony, including lists of honourees, see the file level records.
Sub-series contains photographic projects completed by the University's photographers. The photographs were ordered by different departments and were taken of special events, for brochures, etc. They have been organized alphabetically by department or office.
Sub-series contains photographs taken at the various convocation ceremonies held in the Spring of 1980. Included are photographs from the Applied Arts division, Technology division, Business division, Arts division, Community Services division, and Continuing Education. The photographs are divided into files by ceremony.
File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1981. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.
File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1982. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.
File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1983. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.
File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1984. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.
Sub-series contains ten files (in individual folders) of textual records, related to Women in Engineering "Discover Engineering" camps. Files include correspondence, distribution lists, financials, research materials, and other materials related to the planning, organization, and running of the annual week long summer camps. File Listing: RG 521.003.001.001 - WIE Volume 1 1989-90 RG 521.003.001.002 - WIE Volume 2 1991 RG 521.003.001.003 - WIE Volume 3 1991-92 RG 521.003.001.004 - WIE Volume 4 1992 RG 521.003.001.005 - WIE Volume 5 1992-93 RG 521.003.001.006 - WIE Volume 6 1993-94 RG 521.003.001.007 - WIE Volume 7 1994-95 RG 521.003.001.008 - WIE Volume 8 1995 RG 521.003.001.009 - WIE Volume 9 1995-9 RG 521.003.001.010 - WIE Volume 10 1996
This file contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College course: in Canadian History (Search for a Nation (A History of the Canadian People)
Textual records include transcriptions of source interviews used in the finished radio-based course. Audio cassettes in this file include both finished production tapes of the actual broadcasted class and audio cassettes containing source material interviews with numerous historians and authors.
This subseries contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College course: Politics and Bureaucracy. Textual records include transcriptions of source interviews used in the finished radio-based course. Audio cassettes in this file include finished production tapes of the actual broadcasted class.
This subseries contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College course: The Child and Society - A history of childhood and child welfare. (course code: COCR 923) The course was developed as a professionally required course for a new part-time degree program, Child and Youth Care, inaugurated in 1990 and housed in Ryerson's Faculty of Community Services, School of Child and Youth Care. The course was developed by historian Desmond Glynn and based on extensive research into the records of the Ministry of Community Services, annual conference papers of the Ontario Children's Aid Society, and the historical collection of MA theses held by the School of Social Work, University of Toronto.
Textual records include transcriptions of source interviews used in the finished radio-based course. Audio cassettes in this file include finished production tapes of the actual broadcasted class and source interview audio cassettes..
This subseries contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College Course: Crime and Punishment in Canada - A Twentieth Century Perspective. (Course code COCR 932) This course was developed as a professional required course for a new part-time degree completion program in Justice Studies. It was inaugurated in 1992 and housed in Ryerson’s Faculty of Arts, Department of Psychology. It was developed by historian Desmond Glynn and based on extensive research into existing degree programs in criminal justice and criminology with the objective to create a degree completion program for graduates of community college-based diploma programs in corrections and security.
This subseries contains sound recordings and textual records related to various Open College economics Courses including "The Development of Microeconomics", "Introductory Microeconomics", and "Introductory Macroeconomics".
This subseries contains sound recordings related to various Open College International Relations Courses including "Canadian-American Relations: A Complex Friendship", "The History of Canadian Foreign Relations", "International Relations 1914-1945: From War to War", "International Relations 1945-1990: The Uneasy Peace", and "Sustainability: Canadian and Global Views.
This subseries contains sound recordings related to various Open College Psychology Courses including "Psychology: The Study of Human Behaviour", "Issues in the Psychology of Aging", and "Organizational Behaviour".
File contains a miscellanea of textual records. Included in the file are an outline for a proposed new course "Research Project"; an agenda for the Steering Committee for Ryerson Open College; a memo regarding the Deans' meeting; a copy of "An act respecting Ryerson Polytechnical Institute"; and a letter from a high school guidance counsellor.
Ryer's Inn was organized and presented by students in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program. It was modeled after the Cornell University event "Ezra Cornell Hotel". Its purpose was to show members of the Hospitality Industry what Ryerson's program had to offer by showcasing its' students. The event is completely organized and executed by student's in the program, with faculty supervision. It's inaugural night was held February 28, 1981. Subseries consists of photographs taken at two events - 1981 and 1983.
The Society of Hosts was and international organization for students in Hotel and Hospitality programs. Ryerson had a chapter of the organization, and all of its Hotel (HRIA) and later Hospitality (HTM) students were members. The society does not appear to exist any longer. The sub-series consists of correspondence and newsletters from Ryerson's chapter of Society of Hosts.
Sub-series contains materials created for the 3rd annual Ryer's Inn - "An Evening of Southern Hospitality" held February 26, 1983. Included are videotapes of the night's activities, press kits, a programme, and photographs and printed materials regarding previous years' events.
The International Dining Room was a facililty for third year hospitality students to demonstrate their management and culinary skills. The room was open September to May and served lunch, from various regions and countries, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. At times they served dinners, and morning snacks as well. The sub-series contains memos, brochures, schedules, reports, and menus.
Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
The Hospitality and Tourism Delta Hotels-Sheraton Corporation Hotel Computer Training Laboratory was officially opened on November 12, 1981. The laboratory's purpose was front of house hotel training furnished with an identical computer system used by medium and large hotel chains. The lab was located in the old business building at 285 Victoria Street. The sub-series contains newsclippings, press releases, and objects related to the training lab.
Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
Faces of our Future graduate directory is intended to be a human resources directory for potential employers in the Hospitality field. The directory has photographs, names, and contact information for each graduate from Ryerson's program.
Copies of the invitation and programme for the installation of Ryerson's Chancellor Lawrence S. Bloomberg held on November 28, 2012 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Also included are official greetings from other university chancellors and/or presidents.
Three ring bound scrapbook containing lists of packages sent overseas to Wellesley alumnae serving overseas, item lists for packages, correspondence from Nurses in Europe regarding the packages; and correspondence from the various charities that the Wellesley Alumnae were knitting for including the Navy Knitters. Numbering of items reflects their order within the original scrapbook.
Three ring binder with plastic pages filled with scrapbook pages. Appears that the orginal scrapbook was taken apart and placed in the plastic sleeves. Filled with newspaper clippings, correspondence, cards, programmes, and photographs covering Grace Bolton's history with the Wellesley, the history of the Nursing school, the Hospital, and the Alumnae activities during World War II and beyond. Scrapbook is not completely in order - First several pages are out of order followed by pages starting in 1933, when Grace Bolton graduated from the Wellesley. The pages are in order by year after this until the end when there was a single plastic sleeve filled with many items place together. Starting with letter from the Suntrap Residential School in the United Kingdom, these items have each been given their own sleeve. The majority of the pages are double sided - with items on both sides of the page.
Series consists of copies of the Wellesley World magazine created the the Wellesley Hospital with news and stories about the Hospital, its, staff, and its auxiliary. Also included in the magazine was a page called "The Lion's Roar" which featured news and information from the Wellesley School of Nursing Alumnae Association. The magazine was published four times yearly.