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Rachel Berman fonds

  • F 901
  • collection
  • 2006

Fonds consists of one email and one letter to the editor written by Rachel Bermon on the topic of a report on Queen's University.

Berman, Rachel

Phil Bergerson fonds

  • F 351
  • collection
  • 1970-2001

This fonds contains, one photographic print, and one periodical containing a review of a Bergerson exhibition.

Bergerson, Phil

Hrayr Berberoglu fonds

  • F 235
  • collection
  • 1978-1987

Fonds consists of 11 books and a caricature poster. The books were written by Hrayr during his time at Ryerson and deal with food, wine, and the hospitality industry.

Berberoglu, Hrayr

Peter Urs Bender fonds

  • F 507
  • collection
  • 1991

Fonds consists of one book written by Peter Urs Bender after he had left teaching in Ryerson's Continuing Education department.

Bender, Peter Urs

Lori Beckstead fonds

  • F 902
  • collection
  • 2005

Fonds consists of one copy of a paper published as a result of "Radio in the World: Radio Conference 2005" held in Melbourne, Australia. The paper, entitled "The Bouncing Story Project," is a radio drama produced by Radio students at Ryerson, Bedfordshire University in England, and RMIT in Australia.

Beckstead, Lori

Gordon Bean fonds

  • F 580
  • collection
  • 1980-1983

Fonds consists of material created and co-created by Gordon Bean during his time at Ryerson. Included is a Library Arts manual, and correspondence and reports relating to the Informatics Committee.

Bean, Gordon

Robert E. Beam fonds

  • F 232
  • collection
  • 1971

Fonds consists of 3 accounting textbooks co-authored by Robert Beam while he was employed at Ryerson.

Beam, Robert E.

Dr. Donald Barr fonds

  • F 129
  • collection
  • 1963-1983

Fonds consists of items created and collected by Donald Barr during his 24 year career with Ryerson in his many roles. They include photographs of the Hockey team, health clinic, and bowling league; trophies; journal articles; a signed hockey stick; along with other artifacts and textual records.

Barr, Dr. Donald

Susan Barnwell fonds

  • F 506
  • collection
  • 1989-1992

Fonds consists of photocopies of articles, an order form, and a biography of works published by Susan Barnwell

Barnwell, Susan

Thomas Barcsay fonds

  • F 469
  • collection
  • 1991

Fonds consists of published materials by Thomas Barcsay. Topics include entrepreneurship, and economic development.

Barcsay, Thomas

Thomas Barbiero fonds

  • F 641
  • collection
  • 1993

Fonds consists of one text book

Barbiero, Thomas

Douglas R. Banting fonds

  • F 192
  • collection
  • 1987

Fonds consists of 5 papers authored/co-authored by Douglas R. Banting during his career at Ryerson in the Geography Department. Topics include Geographic Information Systems and storm water watershed.

Banting, Douglas R.

Kirk L. Bailey fonds

  • F 486
  • collection
  • 1983

Fonds contains 1 book written and published by Kirk L. Bailey.

Bailey, Kirk L.

Alex Au Yong fonds

  • F 755
  • collection
  • 1990-1992

Fonds consists of 3 VHS tapes and 4 ¾” tapes containing 2nd and 3rd year RTA student productions created as part of their course work

Cynthia Ashperger fonds

  • F 900
  • collection
  • 2006

Fonds consists of 2 papers written by Cynthia Ashperger and presented at 2 different conferences in 2006

Ashperger, Cynthia

Dr. Endel Aruja fonds

  • F 225
  • collection
  • [ca. 1974]

Fonds consists of 3 booklets of course notes.

Aruja, Dr. Endel

Maurice Archer fonds

  • F 81
  • collection
  • 1969-

Fonds contains 36 books.

Archer, Maurice

Walter Anderson fonds

  • F 784
  • collection
  • [ca. 1955]

Fonds consists of 2 lapel pins owned by Walter Anderson. One is “RIT/CJRT” for the school's radio station at the time, and the other pin is the school crest.

Anderson, Walter

Scott Anderson fonds

  • F 851
  • collection
  • 2003

Fonds consists of one paper co-written by Scott Anderson with Dr. Yisong Tian of York University in 2003.

Anderson, Scott

Ernest J. Amirault fonds

  • F 82
  • collection
  • 1972-

Fonds consists of 3 books co-authored by Ernest J. Amirault during his time at Ryerson.

Amirault, Ernest J.

David Amborski fonds

  • F 152
  • collection
  • 1987-

David Amborski received his Bachelor of Arts in 1971 from Boston College, and went on to the University of Toronto to earn a Masters in Planning in 1974, and a Masters in Economics in 1981. In 1975 David joined the Urban and Regional Planning Department of Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.
David was involved in teaching seminars for in-career government officials in Ontario and internationally. He served as the President for the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs, and on a number of boards and committees including the Institute for Finance and Local Governance, Town of Aurora Planning Committee, and the Ontario Municipal Management Institute.

Fonds contains 3 papers written/co-written by David Amborski. The papers were prepared for 3 different conferences/meetings.

Amborski, David

Lawrence Altrows fonds

  • F 407
  • collection
  • 1990

Fonds consists of one paper “Local Government as a Facilitator of Community Development in Urban Latin America” created by Lawrence Altrows for the International Council on Social Welfare (ICSW) Marrakesh Conference in Marrakesh, Morroco. Paper organized under series Papers.

Altrows, Lawrence

Gregory Levey fonds

  • F 934
  • collection

The fonds contains one or more monographs written by Dr. Levey.

Levey, Gregory

Jack Aitken fonds

  • F 875
  • collection
  • 1952-2004

Fonds consists of photographs, programmes, a dance card, newsclippings, correspondence, and a report card from Jack Aitken. He accumulated these items during his time at Ryerson in the Food Administration program, his membership on the Ryerson Rams Hockey Team, and as a member of the Hotel Horrors Intramural Hockey Team. Also included in the fonds is a file of miscellaneous items used to create a package for 50th Reunion attendees.

Aitken, Jack

Karen Mulhallen fonds

  • F 29
  • collection

An internationally acclaimed author and editor, and long-time professor of English at Ryerson, Dr. Karen Mulhallen has published essays on the arts both in Canada and in the UK. For more than three decades she has edited the award-winning literary magazine Descant, and through the magazine and other anthologies has promoted the work of Canadian writers nationally and internationally. She has published ten books of poetry, as well as edited more than one hundred and thirty issues of Descant magazine, as well as many books, most recently, Blake In Our Time: Essays in Honour of G.E. Bentley Jr. (University of Toronto Press, 2010).

[biographical information taken from: https://mlc.ryerson.ca/people/karen-mulhallen]

This fonds contains textual records, articles, school essay, photographs, an object, reviews, and clippings

Alison Acker fonds

  • F 115
  • collection
  • 1986-1998

Fonds consists of materials written during and after Alison Acker's term as an English Professor at Ryerson University. The fonds is organized into two series: Book - Published, and Articles.

F 115.01: One book: Children of the Volcano by Alison Acker. Published by Between the Lines, 1986. ISBN 0-919946-66-6 (bound) 0-919946-67-4 (pbk.)

F 115.02: Two newspaper clippings

Jim Abbott fonds

  • F 916
  • collection
  • 1952

The fonds consists of one artifact, a Ryerson blazer with a pocket crest sold in 1952 in advance of the introduction of a new crest design.

Society of Engineering Technology Students (SETS)

  • RG 87
  • collection
  • 1968-197?

Fonds consists of materials related to S.E.T.S including meeting minutes, the constitution, brochures, and other items.

It would appear that the society was created because of the Technology student's dissatisfaction with their representation with SAC, in 1967 or 1968. In Fall of 1969 they became the governing body for the Technology programs under the Student Union. S.E.T.S. appears to have been in existence until the mid 1970's.

Bascom St. John

  • F 160
  • collection
  • 1955-1964

Joseph Bascom St. John was a journalist and civil servant with a focus on Education. The majority of his fonds consists of materials from when he was an employee of the Globe and Mail, writing a column 'The World of Learning'.

Faculty Council

  • RG 498
  • collection
  • 1948-1969

In 1948 an Institute Council was formed, two years later it appears to have changed its name to Faculty Council. Then between 1958-1965 there does not appear to have been a Faculty Council, possibly replaced again by the Institute Council. In April 1965 the Institute Council was replaced once again when the Board of Governors officially passes a resolution for the formation of a Faculty Council consisting of the Principal (chairman), some senior administrative officials, departmental chairmen, 15 members of the teaching faculty (3 yr. appointments), and 15 representatives from various departments (3 yr. appointments). In the late 1960's the Faculty Council became the Academic Council. Academic Council eventually changed its name to the Senate.

Fonds contains general records and meeting minutes from the Institute Council and the Faculty Council. It also contains meeting minutes and associated records for two of the Council's committees - Physical Facilities and the "X" (Executive) Committee.

Trina Grover fonds

  • F 734
  • collection
  • 1998, 2002

Trina Grover is Head of Cataloguing at the Ryerson University Library. Grover was co-editor of Learn Basic Library Skills, published by Scarecrow Press and DocMatrix Pty (Australia) in 2002. She has been developing and delivering cataloguing and classification workshops since graduating from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information Science in 1994, including workshops around the USA for the MARC of Quality, a Florida-based training and consulting company. She is a trainer in the Library of Congress' Serials Cataloguing Cooperative Training Program (SCCTP), the Canadian Library Association's Representative to the Canadian Committee on MARC, and the Convenor of CLA's Serials Interest Group.

Fonds consists of one book and one paper authored by Grover.

Grover, Trina

Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre

  • RG 825
  • collection
  • 2001 - ?

The ISTC Simulated Client Program began in 1990 using trained simulators from the McMaster University Standardized Patient Program. In 1993, the Centre itself was established at Ryerson and began recruiting and training a roster of simulators (actors) and developing simulation scenarios independently.

June Kenner Fonds

  • F 61
  • collection

File contains textual and photographic records related to June Kenner, her immediate family and her family's local record shop A&A records.

Arthur E. Cooper fonds

  • F 275
  • collection
  • 1955-1976

Fonds contains course notes and class books created by Arthur E. Cooper in his role at Training Supervisor at Honeywell and as as professor at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. Also included is a file containing a photograph and curriculum vitae for Arthur Cooper.
Fonds is divided into 2 series - Human Resources Training and Mastery Learning Workbooks, and one file.

Cooper, Arthur E.

Lawrence (Ben) Caza fonds

  • F 626
  • collection
  • 1969-1996

Lawrence J. (Ben) Caza was a member of the Ryerson faculty in the film department of the Faculty of Image Arts from 1970 until his retirement in 1999, at one point serving as the Director of the Film Studies Program.

This fonds contains textual records, graphic materials, photographs and moving images related to Caza's time as an instructor at Ryerson.

Vocational Training schools and Training and Re-establishment Institutes

  • RG 58
  • collection
  • 1935-1947

The vocational and matriculation rehabilitation of Canada's war veterans was undertaken by Canadian Vocational Training - a Dominion-provincial organization under the direction of the Dominion Department of Labour. Every province had some degree of program for the training of returning veterans.
Ontario offered technical training, matriculation, commercial, agriculture, and mining training with centre is Toronto, London, Hamilton, Kitchener, Windsor, Fort William, Brockville, Prescott, Kingston, North Bay, Ottawa, Guelph, Kemptville, and Haileybury.

Toronto's Training and Re-establishment was the largest facility, located in the vacated Department of Education buildings on Gould Street (RCAF Training School during the War). TRIT, as it became known as, offered technical, matriculation, and commercial training courses. They included architectural drafting, mechanical drafting, plastering, bricklaying, plumbing, steam fitting, sheet metal, painting and decorating, Sign painting, carpentry, mill work, cabinet making, upholstery, wood finishing, electrical construction, electrical maintenance, radio broadcast technicians, industrial electronic technicians, radio servicing technicians, radio announcing and broadcasting, radio commercial operators, radio and electrical appliance servicing, chefs, bakery, horology, gem setting, graphic arts, machinist, tool making, welding, forging, women's tailoring, dressmaking, homemaking, practical nursing, photography, motor winding, stationary engineering, barbering, hairdressing and beauty culture, telegraphy, refrigeration and air conditioning, piano tuning and repair, and printing trades. The School of Photography and the School of Graphic Arts were singular to Toronto.
The training ended in 1947, with many of the courses being rolled over into the new Ryerson Institute of Technology, which opened in 1948.
The record group contains records created during the period of 1937-1947 relating to vocational training for Canada's returning war veterans. There are some War training records as well. The bulk of the materials relates to the Toronto Training and Re-establishment Institute located at 50 Gould Street in the old Department of Education offices and buildings. Materials include books, photographs, reports, catalogues, brochures, books, objects, and textual records.

Susan Hunter-Harvey fonds

  • F 635
  • collection
  • 1986-1987

Susan Hunter-Harvey was a professor in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University from 1975 to 1992.
Fonds consists of papers authored by Hunter-Harvey.

Hunter-Harvey, Susan

George Lopez fonds

  • F 174
  • collection
  • 1865

This fonds contains the following file:

F 174.1 - Self-help with illustrations of character and conduct, 1865.

The O'Keefe Brewery Co. of Toronto

  • F 42
  • collection
  • 1910 - 1960

Fonds contains reprints of various photographs of the O'Keefe Brewery Co. of Toronto operations.

Brian Damude fonds

  • F 117
  • collection
  • 1986-2001

Brian Damude has pursued a career as a filmmaker, screenwriter, media educator and, more recently, a photographer with a focus on abstract landscapes. In 1995 he was appointed Chair of the School of Image Arts (Film-Photography-New Media) at Ryerson University, a position he held for 10 years.
This fonds contains textual records and promotional material.

Damude, Brian

The RTA School of Media

  • RG 102
  • collection

The School of Radio and Television Arts changed its name in 2011.

Kathy Cleaver fonds

  • F 356
  • collection
  • 1989

Katherine Anne Cleaver is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of a brochure of an exhibition curated by Cleaver.

Cleaver, Kathy

Clare Chua fonds

  • F 931
  • collection
  • 2007-2008

Fonds contains 3 custom editions of "Business statistics: a one semester text for hopitality and tourism management, information technology management, and retail management," compiled by Darryl Smith and Clare Chua.

Chua, Clare

Department of Mathematics

  • RG 904
  • collection
  • 2005-

The Mathematics and Physics Department at Ryerson began offering service courses in 1966. By the early 1970s, the department had developed two programs, and a study was conducted to reorganize the department due to this transition. The growing use of computers resulted in the creation of the Math, Physics and Computer Science (MPCS) department in the early 1980s. In 1985, the program converted from a diploma to a degree program. By 1988, the department offered a Bachelor of Technology in Applied Computer Science and was part of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The department received approval in May 1996 to offer a five-year co-operative program in addition to its regular four-year option. In the late 1990s, students were given the option to minor in mathematics. Mathematics became a department of its own in July 2005. The Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics and Its Applications was introduced in Fall 2008. The following year, the Department commenced its Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics program. The Department redesigned the Mathematics and Its Applications program in 2013 and, that same year, began offering a Financial Mathematics BSc, the only such undergraduate program in Toronto. The Department of Mathematics is part of the Faculty of Science.

Information retrieved from: http://math.ryerson.ca/ http://www.ryerson.ca/science/departments/mathematics.html
"This is Ryerson" and "I Chose Ryerson" publications
clippings file

Record group contains textual records by the Department of Mathematics beginning in 2005 that relate to seminars and workshops in the department, correspondence, and promotional materials.

Joint Job Evaluation Committee

  • RG 310
  • collection
  • 1988-1996

The job evaluation committee was formed in 1988 to evaluate all OPSEU job positions for equity - equal pay for equal work. The committee, made up of OPSEU and Ryerson staff, were mandated to develop and maintain a job evaluation system and a job evaluation plan, and the practices and procedures for implementation.

Frank Abbott fonds

  • F 497
  • collection
  • 1991

Frank Abbott began his career at Ryerson in 1968 as a Professor in the Social Sciences Department. He served as Chairman of the History Department from 1977 - 1982 and as President of the Faculty Association from 1984 - 1988. He retired as a History Professor in 1997.

This fonds contains the Article entitled "The Crowe Affair: The Academic Profession and Academic Freedom." published in the Queen's Quarterly Magazine. Vol. 98 Winter 1991 No. 4

Abbott, Frank

Vietnamese Student Association

  • RG 495
  • collection
  • 1991 - ?

The Vietnamese Student Association at Ryerson (VSAR) is a student group that promotes community building, social networking, and Vietnamese culture. They hold social events, including food and dance evenings, participate in events held by the United Vietnamese Student Association (UVSA), and publish an annual magazine.

This fonds include 10 cm of textual records of the magazine Giai Pham Xuan and club notices.

Bonnie Patterson fonds

  • F 494
  • collection
  • 1991, 1994

Bonnie M. Patterson is an academic administrator and former Dean of the Faculty of Business (1995) at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of a paper and a report authored by Patterson.

Patterson, Bonnie

Wallace J. Whistance-Smith fonds

  • F 490
  • collection
  • 1991

Wallace J. Whistance-Smith is an Associate Professor of Global Management Studies in the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. Whistance-Smith earned a BA (Hons.) from York University and a BA (Hons.), MA and PhD from the University of Toronto. He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1992.

Fonds conists of a book authored by Whistance-Smith.

Whistance-Smith, Wallace J.

Esther Deutsch fonds

  • F 489
  • collection
  • 1987-1994

Esther Deutsch is a Professor Emeritus of Accounting and Computers in the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of books authored or co-authored by Deutsch.

Deutsch, Esther

George Slavinski fonds

  • F 487
  • collection
  • 1991, 1994

George Slavinski is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University. Slavinski earned his BSc from the University of British Columbia and his MBA from the University of Toronto. He began teaching at Ryerson in 1972 and was director of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management from 1974 to 1981. Throughout his career, his teaching and research focused on the application of Information Technology to the Hospitality industry. He has provided consulting services to hotel and restaurant companies and has designed and developed a number of major database systems, some based on financial data and others on warehouse withdrawal for the food service industry. He retired to Emeritus status in 2005.

Fonds consists of a workbook co-authored by Slavinksi and graphic materials.

Faith C. Donald fonds

  • F 478
  • collection
  • 1991

Faith C. Donald is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of an article authored by Donald.

Donald, Faith C.

John Hicks fonds

  • F 474
  • collection
  • 1991, 1999

John Hicks is an instructor in the School of Occupational and Public Health and the Department of Chemistry and Biology at Ryerson University. Hicks earned his PhD in Experimental Space Sciences from York University. His research focuses on Air pollutant sources and their transfer through media, the exposure of local populations to contaminants, and the estimation of risk of chemical exposures.

Fonds consists of a paper and letters to the editor of the Toronto Star authored by Hicks.

Hicks, John

Jennifer Hunter fonds

  • F 466
  • collection
  • 1991 - ?

Jennifer Hunter became the Toronto Star's foreign editor in 2008. Previously, she has worked for the Kingston Whig-Standard, the Montreal Gazette, The Globe and Mail and taught journalism at Ryerson University.

This fonds contains the following file:

F 466.1 - Reviews and Critiques++, 1991.

Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Milton Orris fonds

  • F 464
  • collection
  • 1991

Milton Orris is a consultant in Health and Education and former Dean of Continuing Education at Ryerson University. Orris earned his BA in History and Political Science from the University of Manitoba, his MA in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan, his PhD in Organizational Development from York University, and is also a certified Project Manager (PMI). After finishing his MA, Orris was appointed as an Assistant Professor at the University of Regina, where he became Department Chair. Subsequently, he took on the role of the first Dean of Health and Social Sciences at Fanshawe College, London, Ontario, then worked for the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities and the Ministry of Health. He returned to academic life as the developer and first Director of the Master's Program in Health Administration at the University of Toronto before his appointment at Ryerson University. He was President of the Canadian Association of University Continuing Education and has worked extensively with Aboriginal Organizations in Saskatchewan and Ontario. His consulting in education and health care development has taken him to India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Taiwan, Bolivia, Brazil, Mexico, the Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, as well as most Canadian provinces and many US States. He is a frequent speaker at conferences on a variety of topics including Leadership, Coaching and Mentoring, Strategic and Operational Planning, Project Management, and others, and is in the process of writing three books, two of them as a co-author. He is President of management consulting firm Orris Consultants Inc.

Fonds consists of a journal containing an article authored by Orris.

Orris, Milton

Patricia Sniderman fonds

  • F 463
  • collection
  • 1980-2007

Patricia Sniderman is a Professor of Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour in the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. Sniderman earned her BA in Psychology from Boston University, her MA in Clinical Psychology from York University, and her PhD in Organizational Behaviour from the Open University, UK. Her research interests are in the areas of managerial communications, interpersonal communications, emotions, employee-manager relationships, and leadership. She has been the lead author on two editions of the undergraduate textbook, Managing Organizational Behaviour in Canada, and is an award-winning instructor with a commitment to student engagement and learning. Sniderman has 10 years of work experience as a senior human resources professional, and has been an organizational consultant, facilitator and management trainer since 1990.

Fonds consists of articles, papers, and books authored or co-authored by Sniderman.

Sniderman, Patricia

Wah Ching Chau fonds

  • F 442
  • collection
  • 1961-1989

Wah Ching Chau (1939 - 1987) was a Professor in the Department of English at Ryerson University. Chau was born in Guangdong, China, where he lived until 1949, when his family fled to Hong Kong to escape civil war. While there, he earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Hong Kong (1962), where he studied under the English poet Edmund Blunden. In 1962, he won the Governor's Scholarship to the University of Oxford, where he received his Bachelor of Letters from Merton College. Following graduation, he taught at Wakefield Grammar School. In 1971, he joined the faculty at Ryerson, where he taught English Literature and played an instrumental in raising the English curriculum to degree standards. He remained at Ryerson until his death in 1987.

Fonds consists of papers, poems, and books authored or co-authored by Chau, as well as tribute poetry written by others and records pertaining to an event partially organized by Chau.

Chau, Wah Ching

Ryeham Radio Club

  • RG 441
  • collection
  • 1953 - ?

The Ryeham Radio Club was a student group formed in 1953 as an offshoot of the Radio Broadcast program. Members were predominantly members of the Electronic Technology course, several of whom were licensed amateurs. The club operated the radio code VE3RIT, and in 1956, Ryeham became net control for Eastern Canadian universities. Ryeham eventually changed its name to the Ryerson University Amateur Radio Club, and continued in existence until approximately the year 2000.

Percy Ploss fonds

  • F 438
  • collection
  • 1950-1967

Percy Ploss (February 21, 1928 - August 1, 2013) graduated with a Diploma in Printing Management from the first graduating class at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in 1950. Ploss was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and spent much of his youth in Welland, Ontario. He attended Welland High School and served as a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force. He began attending Ryerson in 1949. While there, Ploss helped start The Little Daily newspaper, acting as its Managing Editor and producing the first colour plate for the publication. He was awarded the Toronto Club of Printing House Craftsmen Scholarship in 1950 and was a member of the Gamma Epsilon Tau Fraternity. After graduation, Ploss began a career in printing and publishing. Over the course of this career, he worked for General Printers (Lindsay, ON), Arta Publishing (Toronto, ON), and as an owner of Bell Offset Printing (Toronto, ON). Following his retirement, he undertook a number of entrepreneurial ventures in Ontario, including a gas bar in Huntsville and a plastics company in Hespeler.

Fonds consists of textual records, books and manuals accumulated by Ploss while a student at Ryerson and throughout the course of his printing career.

Ploss, Percy

Linda Lewis fonds

  • F 435
  • collection
  • 1979-1999

Linda R. Lewis is Professor Emeritus in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University. Lewis earned her Bachelor of Interior Design from the University of Manitoba. She began her career at Ryerson in 1969 in the Department of Photographic Arts, where she taught until 2004, when she became a faculty member and Chair of the School of Fashion. During her tenure at Ryerson, Lewis lectured in design, art history and film theory and also served as Director of the Film Studies program. She has written extensively about design and has been recognized by the community as a design advocate. She was the founding President of the Design Exchange, Toronto, and remains involved with the organization as a member of the Collection Committee. In 2009, she was appointed a leader of the National Design Policy Committee, an initiative led by Design Exchange in partnership with Canadian associations, universities seeking to establish a design policy at the federal government level. Lewis retired to Emeritus status in 2010. After her retirement, the School of Fashion established the Linda Lewis Award in recognition of student excellence in fashion design history, design theory, communication design and fashion design.

Fonds consists of books, committee documents, and curriculum records authored or co-authored by Lewis, as well as one photograph and one exhibition poster.

Lewis, Linda

Carol Baines fonds

  • F 434
  • collection
  • 1988-1998

\Carol Baines received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan, her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of British Columbia, and her Masters Degree from the University of Toronto.
Carol began work at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in 1967. In 1979 she was appointed the Chair of the Social Work Department, and held that position until 1984 when she stepped down. She went on sabbatical to work on her Ph.D at the University of Toronto. Carol received her Ph.D in 1991. Carol retired in 2001.

Fonds consists of published materials written or edited by Carol Baines.

Baines, Carol

Ella Martin fonds

  • F 429
  • collection
  • 1952-1972

Ella N. Martin was a Senior Lecturer in the Education Department at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). Martin studied English Literature at Oxford University and spent a year studying History at the University of Toronto. She joined the staff of the ROM in 1938 following experience as a teacher in Italy, British Columbia, and Ontario and was the first professional teacher to be appointed to the ROM's Education Department. Martin travelled extensively throughout Europe, North America and Asia, conducting research and lecturing on museum education. She was the recipient of a number of research and travel grants, including a Canada Council Fellowship (1961-1962) and an Adult Education Fellowship (1958). From roughly 1952 to 1971, Martin taught courses in the History of Design as part of a joint program between the ROM and Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. The courses focused on collections- and object-based learning and earned Martin a reputation as a respected museum education innovator. She retired from the ROM in 1971.

Fonds consists of course notes created and accumulated by Martin over the course of her involvement with Ryerson.

Martin, Ella

Diane Granfield fonds

  • F 428
  • collection

Diane Granfield’s most recent position was as Head of Learning Services at Ryerson University Library and Archives in Toronto. She has been working at Ryerson's library since 1982. She received her BA from the University of Waterloo (1978) and her MLS from the University of Toronto (1982). Her research and professional interests encompass reference service models and staff development, evolving student and faculty research needs, and information literacy as it pertains to the 21st century library, including the relevance of books and reading in the lives of students. She has written and presented on a wide range of tops including help-seeking preferences in academic libraries, learning outcomes at the reference desk, library student advisory committees, critical interventions in Wikipedia, intellectual freedom and censorship, affective considerations in the research process as they pertain to assignment design, and the future of academic librarianship. Diane co- founded Canada’s first virtual (chat) reference service as a collaborative venture with York University and the University of Guelph in 2002. Diane’s plans for her 2015 sabbatical are to research the promotion of reading and readers’ advisory services in academic libraries and to explore best practices for integrating leisure reading into the curriculum.

This fonds contains the following files:

F 428.1 - Intellectual Freedom Handbook, 1990.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 428.2 - E-Mail: Miscellaneous, 2006.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Wayne Petrozzi fonds

  • F 417
  • collection

Dr. Petrozzi is a Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration and member of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University. Dr. Petrozzi did his graduate work at McMaster University, the University of Toronto and The Ukrainian Free University in Munich, where he was awarded his doctorate. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Windsor.
Dr. Petrozzi joined the Department in 1976 as a sessional instructor and was awarded a tenure-stream position in 1981. In 1986 he was appointed Chair for a five year term. Dr. Petrozzi has been active in the Ryerson Faculty Association as a Departmental Representative and, from 1997 to 2004, as a member of the Association's Negotiating Committee.
Dr. Petrozzi's expertise is in the areas of political theory, comparative politics and public administration. He is active as a speaker and commentator within the media and within the Ontario Public Service. His publications include Authority And Influence edited with C. Cassidy and P. Clarke and a contribution to D. Barrows & I. Macdonald, The New Public Management . As a consultant and trainer to governments, Dr. Petrozzi has designed and authored a number of intensive training programs in the areas of executive decision making, public policy development and strategic management. His work with the media has been extensive and includes radio and television.
Dr. Petrozzi has been active in the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). He has been a member of the executive of the Toronto Region Group since 1994, including a two year term as its Chair. In 2001, Dr. Petrozzi was appointed to the Executive Committee of the 2004 National Conference and was the Chair of the Program Committee of the 2004 National Conference held in August of 2004. From 2005 until 2007, he served as a National Board member of IPAC. Since 1997, Dr. Petrozzi has been a member of the Selection Committee for the Ontario Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Public Administration.

This fonds contains the following files:

F 417.1 - The Cabinet and Policy Making In Authority & Influence: Institutions, Issues and Concepts in Canadian Politics, 1986.

F 417.2 - The Cabinet And Policy Making*++, 1986.

Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Marius Ois fonds

  • F 595
  • collection
  • 1995

Marius Ois is a part-time instructor the Department of Architectural Science and Landscape Architecture at Ryerson University. Ois earned his Diplom-Ingenieur in Landscape Planning in Berlin, Germany. He is President of the architecture firm Marius Ois & Associates of Scarborough, Ontario (establed 1984). He has published numerous technical articles in trade publications over the course of his 30-year career and is a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.

Fonds consists of a report authored by Ois.

Ois, Marius

Dr. Hack H. Yates fonds

  • F 593
  • collection
  • 1973-1974

Havelock (Hack) H. Yates (d. September 14, 2013) was the Vice President, Academic, of Ryerson from 1971 to 1974. Yates was born in Cochrane, Ontario, and was married to Barbara Wood of Montreal, with whom he had three children, Lynn, Gordon, and Pamela. From 1941 to 1945, he served with the Royal Canadian Air Force, completing his pre-flight training at St. James Square---in the school that would later become Ryerson Polytechnic Insitute. He earned his Bachelor of Science (1948) and his PhD (1952) from McGill University. Prior to his appointment at Ryerson, Yates was the Associate Dean, Academic, of the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University (1967 - 1971). From 1963 to 1971, he was the Birks Chair in Metallurgy at McGill and served as Chairman of the Department of Metallurgical Engineering from 1961 to 1965. His academic research interests included corrosion and oxidation mechanisms. Before entering academia, Yates worked for Cominco, Inco, Alcan and the Research Division of Standard Oil Development Co. He was district Vice-President and Chairman of the Montreal Chapter of the American Society for Metals and National Director of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. Yates' five-year contract at Ryerson was terminated after four years following a dispute over instructor staffing levels and after Yates refused a teaching position in additon to his administrative duties. Despite a 1974 appeal from the Ryerson Academic Council, his position was not reinstated. Yates subsequently sued the Ryerson Board of Governors for breach of contract and settled out of court. After leaving Ryerson, Yates became Vice-Chairman of the Ontario Council of Graduate Studies. He returned to Ryerson in 1978 as a part-time consultant on the development of Applied Research.

Fonds consists of photographic negative of and two reports authored by Yates.

Yates, Hack H., Dr.

Bernard Stromquist fonds

  • F 592
  • collection
  • c1965-1976

Bernard H. Stromquist (d. October 12, 1987) was a faculty member in the Department of Interior Design at Ryerson from 1951 to 1985. Stromquist was born in Alberta and served with the Royal Canadian Air Force during WWII. He earned his Bachelor of Interior Design and his Master's degree from the University of Manitoba. During his tenure at Ryerson, he was integral to establishing Interior Design as the first degree-granting program offered by the Institute (1971). From 1961 to 1977, Stromquist served as head of the department. He was a member of the Interior Design Educators Council for over 25 years, serving as its chairperson for the Eastern region for 3 years in the mid-1970s. Upon his retirement from Ryerson, the B.H. Stromquist Award was established to honour his contribution to the development of the Interior Design program.

Fonds consists of photographic prints of Stromquist.

Stromquist, Bernard

Ernest Harrison fonds

  • F 590
  • collection
  • 1970-1983

Ernest W. Harrison was a faculty member in the Department of English at Ryerson University from 1966 to 1983. Harrison earned his BA from Oxford University (1938), his MA from the Honour School of English Language and Literature (1946), his Diploma in Theology from Salisbury and Wells Theological Colleges (1939), his LLB from London University (1948), and his MA from the University of Toronto (1967). From 1939 to 1961, Harrison served in a number of roles within the Anglican church in both England and Canada before being stripped of his ministerial duties following the publication of his book, A Church Without God, in 1976. In 1966, he became a lecturer in English at Ryerson, becoming an instructor-supervisor in the faculty in 1968. In 1971, Harrison was the Acting Dean of Arts and, in 1972, the Acting Dean of Applied Arts and Community Services. Harrison was the Vice-President of the Canadian Authors Association and a member of the Mystery Writers of America. His writing was published in Canadian Forum, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Religious Education Magazine, Education Quarterly, and others. He is the author of several plays for the CBC and BBC, as well as a number of books, including Teach Yourself Faith and Let God Go Free. He wrote the preface to Pierre Berton's 1965 report A Comfortable Pew. Harrison and his wife, Dr. Anis Harrison--a physician with the Bell Telephone Company--had two daughters, Anne and Jane.

Fonds consists of photographic prints and negatives of Harrison, as well as correspondence.

Harrison, Ernest

Larry B. Gray fonds

  • F 589
  • collection
  • [ca. 1984]

Lawrence B. Gray was a faculty member in the Department of Psychology and the Associate Vice-President, Academic, at Ryerson. Gray hold a BA in Philosophy from the University of Toronto and an MA in Psychology from the Univerity of Windsor, where he taught prior to joining the faculty at Ryerson in 1970. Gray acted as the Ryerson Faculty Association Vice-President in 1972 and President from 1973 to 1975. He was Chairman of the Department of Psychology from July 1979 to 1984. In 1982, Gray became the Acting Dean of the Arts and, in 1984, the Associate Vice-President, Academic, for the University. In 1989, Gray was appointed to the then-new position of Vice-President, Faculty and Staff Affairs. Gray retired from this position in 1994, stepping into a reduced workload that included acting as the Interim Director of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management in 1995.

Fonds consists of photographic negatives of and a report co-authored by Gray.

Gray, Larry B.

Jack Gorman fonds

  • F 588
  • collection
  • 1975-1977

Jack R. Gorman (December 8, 1922 - February 24, 2012) was an administrator in the Office of the President at Ryerson. Gorman was born in North Bay, Ontario. He married Mildred ("Middy") Morland in 1943 and had two sons, John and Bill. During WWII, he served with the Royal Canadian Air Force as a Navigator and Wireless Operator. Before joining the staff at Ryerson, he worked as a councillor in Business Administration and served as an Alderman for the city of North Bay. He began his career at Ryerson in 1968 as Executive Assistant to the President (then F.C. Jorgenson) and Secretary to the Board of Governors. In 1972, Gorman's responsibilities were expanded when he took on the role of Director of the Office of the President. In addition to these responsibilities, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the York University - Ryerson Joint Computing Centre, Ryerson Applied Research Limited, CJRT-FM Ryerson Radio, and Niell-Wycik College. During his retirement, he was a member of the Board of the Canadian School of Management.

Fonds consists photographs of Gorman.

Gorman, Jack

Louis Gonsalves fonds

  • F 587
  • collection
  • n.d.

Louis A. Gonsalves (d. August 22, 1977) was a Ryerson graduate and an administrator at Ryerson from 1969 to 1981. Gonsalves was born in Barbados. He graduated from Ryerson with a diploma in Business Administration in 1964. While a student at Ryerson, Gonsalves was a member of the swim team, earning the Graighead athletic trophy for his contribution. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Gold Medal as top student in the Business Division. After graduation, Gonsalves remained at Ryerson as president of the Alumni Association and as a supervisor in the Ryerson residence system. In 1969, he became the Director of Alumni, a position he held until 1979. During this time, he acted as coach of the men's swim team (ca. 1972) and is credited as playing a major role in establishing many of Ryerson's recreational facilities, including Oakham House, The Filling Station student pub, and the Blue Mountain Lodge. In 1977, he accepted a role as the Director of Private Funding, stepping into this position full-time in 1979. He resigned from Ryerson in 1981 to pursue work in the private sector.

Fonds consists of photographs and photographic negatives of Gonsalves.

Gonsalves, Louis

Ron Shirtliff fonds

  • F 586
  • collection
  • [ca. 1963-1976]

Fonds consists of a file of photographic material and a sub-series "Unsorted Materials" containing minutes, correspondence and other materials related to his time as a Faculty representative on the Board of Governors and a member of the Executive Committee.

David Crombie fonds

  • F 585
  • collection
  • [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

Sarwan Sahota fonds

  • F 584
  • collection
  • [ca. 1975]

Sarwan Sahota is a Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at Ryerson University. Sahota was born in Dhuleta, Panjab, India in 1932. He earned his BSc (Hons.) (1955), his MSc (1957) and his Phd (1961) in Chemistry from Panjab University, as well as a PhD in Inorganic Chemistry (1964) from the University of Leeds. Sahota taught at Ryerson from 1965 to 1991. He was President of the Ryerson Faculty Association from 1975 to 1977, Chairman of the Department of Applied Chemical and Biological Sciences from 1980 to 1986, Associate Dean of the Faculy of Business (1989), and sat on a number of other administrative committees within the University. Prior to joining the faculty at Ryerson, Sahota was a lecturer at Panjab University (1960-1961), the Brotherton Research Lecturer at Leeds University (1961-1964), and a Research Fellow at the University of Toronto (1964-1965). In 1995, Sahota established the Sarwan Sahota-Ryerson Distinguished Scholar Award, presented annually to a Ryerson faculty member who has made an outstanding contribution in their area of expertise. Sahota married Anna Irene Ohlig (d. 4 March 2005) and has two children, Paul and Michael.

Fonds consists of photographic prints and negatives of Sahota.

Sahota, Sarwan

Gail Rutherford fonds

  • F 581
  • collection
  • 1984

Gail Rutherford is an artist and fashion design educator and a former faculty member in the School of Fashion at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (1976-1992). Rutherford was born and educated in Sydney, Australia, where she earned her teaching degree in Art and Design at the National Art School, East Sydney Technical College. Before joining the faculty at Ryerson, she taught Interior Design in the Hampshire Education Authority in London, England, then taught in colleges in Spain and the U.S. Her visual art--including painting, illustration, and fabric collage--has been exhibited in Canada, England, Wales, Spain, and the U.S.

Fonds consists of two states of a fashion textbook authored by Rutherford.

Rutherford, Gail

Robert Gardner fonds

  • F 578
  • collection
  • 1958, 1993-1996

Robert Gardner is a professor emeritus and chair of the School of Radio and Television Arts (RTA) at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of articles authored by Gardner, as well as photographs from his student days at Ryerson.

Gardner, Robert

The Palin Foundation

  • RG 576
  • collection
  • 1976 - 1996

Palin Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that operates the Ryerson Student Centre. Its governing structure is made-up of elected representatives from the two main on-campus Student Unions, the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) and the Continuing Education Students' Association at Ryerson (CESAR).

This fonds contains 70 cm of textual records from 1976-1996.

Rebecca Latif fonds

  • F 575
  • collection
  • 1983

Rebecca Calingo Latif (a.k.a Rebecca Latif-Pembry) is a former instructor in the School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University circa 1983. Latif earned her BS in Business Education and her MA in Education from De La Salle University. In addition to teaching at Ryerson, Latif was a Teaching Master at Seneca College.

Fonds includes one book authored by Latif.

Latif, Rebecca

Paulette Padanyi fonds

  • F 571
  • collection
  • 1993

Paulette Padanyi is a retired Professor of Marketing and a former faculty member in the Department of Business Management at Ryerson University from 1990 to 2002. Padanyi earned her BA and MBA in Marketing from the University of Florida and her PhD in Marketing from York University, Ontario. Her research interests include: market orientation and strategic marketing planning in the nonprofit sector;
volunteerism; and sustainable purchasing behaviour. After leaving Ryerson, Padanyi became a Professor of Marketing and Consumer Studies at Guelph University.

Fonds consists of a working paper authored by Padanyi.

Padanyi, Paulette

Debora Foster fonds

  • F 562
  • collection
  • 1994

Debora Barnett Foster is a Professor and the Director of the Graduate Program in Molecular Science in the Department of Chemistry and Biology at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of a conference paper authored by Foster.

Foster, Debora

Robert A. Guerriere fonds

  • F 560
  • collection
  • 1993 - 2001

Dr. Guerriere taught at Ryerson University and held the titles of Chair of Math, Physics and Computer Science, Director of the Office of Research, and Chair of Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. He was named Professor Emeritus after retirement, and a scholarship was established in his name after his passing in 2001.

This fonds contains the following files:

F 560.01 - Reports, 1993.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 560.02 - A study of sass transfer in a turbulent bed contractor : [Ph.D. thesis], 1995.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 560.03 - Study of hydrodynamics in a fluidized bed with flow monitor, 2001.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

David Greatrix fonds

  • F 557
  • collection
  • 1994-2003

David R. Greatrix is an Associate Professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and the Principal Investigator at the Propulsion Research Facility at Ryerson University. Greatrix earned his BSc from the University of Manitoba, his MASc at the University of Toronto, and his PhD from the Institute for Aerospace Studies, also at the University of Toronto. He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1994 and served as the Associate Chair of the Department of Aerospace Engineering from 2004 to 2009. His research interests include: propulsion system performance; vehicle flight dynamics; internal flows; and flight vehicle design. He is an accredited Professional Engineer.

Fonds consists of papers and a letter to the editor of the Toronto Star authored by Greatrix.

Greatrix, David

Sannu Mölder fonds

  • F 549
  • collection
  • 1997-2002

Sannu Mölder is a Professor Emeritus of Aerospace Engineering at Ryerson University. Mölder was born in Tallin, Estonia on September 1, 1935. He emigrated to Montreal, Canada, in 1949 before moving to Toronto in 1951. He earned his BASc (1958) and his MASc (1960) in Aeronautical Science, and his MEng in Industrial Engineering (1979) from the University of Toronto. From 1960 to 1963, Mölder was a researcher at McGill University, where he taught as a faculty member from 1963 to 1971. In 1971, Mölder joined the faculty at Ryerson University, where he remained until he retired to Emeritus status in 2002. As an academic, his research focused on high speed gasdynamics as applied to airbreathing propulsion systems. He has worked as a consultant to Johns Hopkins University, the Space Research Corporation (Vermont), the Aeronautical Research Laboratories (Australia), the Canadian Armament Research and Development Establishment, and the NASA Dryden Flight Research Centre. He is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a Fellow of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute.

Fonds consists of papers and reports authored by Mölder, as well as his Curriculum Vitae circa 1994.

Molder, Sannu

Mustafa Koç fonds

  • F 548
  • collection
  • 1989-2006

Mustafa Koç has been a faculty member in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University since 1995. Koç earned his BA from Bogazici University, Istanbul, his MA from the University of Waterloo, and his PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto. He teaches and conducts research in the areas of food studies, food security and food policy, globalization and the sociology of migration. He was among the founders of the Centre for Studies in Food Security (Coordinator 1995-2005), Food Secure Canada (Chair 2005-2006), and the Canadian Association for Food Studies (President 2005-2008). He has been involved in national and global debates on globalization, social change and development, food security, and peace and has numerous publications on the sociology of agriculture and food, social change and development, and immigration. These publications include For Hunger-proof Cities (1999), Working Together (2001), Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Food Studies (2008) and Critical Perspectives in Food Studies (2012), as well as articles for the Turkish journals, Dünya Gida and Telve. He currently serves as Chair of the Local Arrangement Committee for the XIV World Congress on Rural Sociology, as a member of the Steering Committee of Food Secure Canada, and as a member of the editorial board of the journal Cuizine.

Fonds consists of articles, book chapters, reports, and correspondence authored by Koç.

Koc, Mustafa

Allan Chindemi fonds

  • F 546
  • collection
  • 1992-1995

Allan James Chindemi was a Professor of Fashion Apparel and Design in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University.
Fonds conists of reports, course guides, and manuals authored by or featuring Chindemi, as well as records pertaining to his memorial service in 1995.

Chindemi, Allan

Terrance Sulymko fonds

  • F 545
  • collection
  • 1993

Terrance Sulymko is an art dealer and former Professor in the School of Business Management at Ryerson University. Sulymko earned his BSc and MBA from the University of Manitoba. He joined the School in 1989 and was appointed to a five-year term as Director, Student Affairs, in 1999. While at Ryerson, Sulymko staged numerous contemporary art exhibitions at Oakham House.

Fonds consists of a working paper authored by Sulymko.

Sulymko, Terrance

Terry Gillin fonds

  • F 544
  • collection
  • 1993-2005

C.T. (Terry) Gillin is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of articles, correspondence, and a book authored by Gillin.

Gillin, Terry

Lois Spargo fonds

  • F 542
  • collection
  • 1993

Lois Spargo is a retired Professor in the School of Administration and Information Management at Ryerson University. Spargo earned her BA from the University of Western Ontario. Her research and teaching focused on telecommunications, a subject on which she was often invited to speak by members of government and industry. She was at Ryerson from 1968 to 1997, beginning her career in Secretarial Sciences with a one-year contract to teach shorthand. After her retirement, Spargo continued in telecommunications as a committee member of the Canadian Business Telecommunications Alliance.

Fonds includes two presentations authored by Spargo.

Spargo, Lois

Patrick Northey fonds

  • F 541
  • collection
  • 1993

Patrick Northey is a chartered accountant and a former Professor in the Department of Business Administration and in the Center for Advanced Technology in Education at Ryerson University. He was a founding partner of Cycle Time Management, Inc. as well as President of Interaction Limited, a firm focused on change management and productivity improvement.

Fonds consists of a book authored by Northey.

Northey, Patrick

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