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Ruth Ann Newton fonds

  • F 871
  • Fonds
  • 1959

Fonds consists of the plaque received by Newton from the SAC, as well as a letter from Howard Hillen Kerr.

Newton, Ruth Ann

Gabor Forgacs fonds

  • F 873
  • Fonds
  • 2004

Fonds consists of a 2004 article authored by Gabor Forgacs.

Forgacs, Gabor

Lennie Scott-Webber fonds

  • F 874
  • Fonds
  • 2004

Fonds consists of 1 book authored by Lennie Scott-Webber.

Scott-Webber, Lennie

Jack Aitken fonds

  • F 875
  • Fonds
  • 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

Brian Cameron fonds

  • F 877
  • Fonds
  • 2002, 2005

Fonds consists of 2 articles authored by Brian Cameron.

Cameron, Brian

Ken Goodings fonds

  • F 878
  • Fonds
  • 1969

Fonds consists of 1 concert ticket and 1 flyer for music events at and near Ryerson in 1969.

Goodings, Ken

Department of Computer Science

  • RG 880
  • Fonds
  • 1989-

The growing use of and interest in computers resulted in the addition of Computer Science to the Mathematics and Physics department in the early 1980s to create the Math, Physics and Computer Science (MPCS) department. 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, the Bachelor of Technology was changed to a Bachelor of Science. Computer Science became a department of its own in July 2005 as part of the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Science. The program was granted full accreditation status in 2007. The Department began offering graduate programs in Fall 2011. The three-year PhD program and the four-year MSc program both contain the fields "Intelligence and Robotics" and "Computer Communication Networks." The Department of Computer Science is part of the Faculty of Science.

Information retrieved from: http://www.ryerson.ca/science/ http://www.ryerson.ca/science/programs/graduate/computerscience/
"This is Ryerson" publication
Clippings files

Record group contains textual records and graphic materials by the Department of Computer Science beginning in 1989 that relate to human resources, promotional materials, publications, and departmental seminars, colloquia, and research talks.

Tanya Lewis fonds

  • F 889
  • Fonds
  • 2004

This fonds contains an Offprint of "Living beside traumatic experience," authored by Tanya Lewis, published in the Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, vol. 23, no. 1 (spring 2004), p. 5-18

Lewis, Tanya

Linda Grayson fonds

  • F 891
  • Fonds
  • 1974

The fonds consists of one book that Grayson co-authored with her spouse J. Paul Grayson.

Grayson, Linda

Gregory Levey fonds

  • F 934
  • Fonds

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

Levey, Gregory

Bruce Gillespie fonds

  • F 935
  • Fonds
  • 2008

This fonds contains the first book of essays that Gillespie co-edited, Nobody's Father: Life Without Kids. (Victoria, BC: TouchWood Editions, 2008).

Gillespie, Bruce

Dean Tudor fonds

  • F 80
  • Fonds

This fonds contains the following files:

F 80.1 - Manuscripts, 1975.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 80.2 - Books - Published, 1974-1996.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 80.3 - Correspondence: Letters To and From Publishers, 1973-1976.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 80.4 - Resume and Bibliography, 1973.
Restricted. Records are not available for consultation. Users may submit a written request to Archives & Special Collections but are advised that they may be granted partial access only or the request may be denied.

F 80.5 - Reviews and Critiques, 1988.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 80.6 - Dean Tudor photograph, 1994.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 80.7 - Journal Articles, 1995.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 80.8 - Articles, 1995-1996.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 80.9 - Toronto Normal School postcard, 1895-1905.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Tudor, Dean

Ayse Yuce fonds

  • F 813
  • Fonds
  • 2001

Fonds consists of 1 paper authored by Yuce.

Yuce, Ayse

Vanessa Magness fonds

  • F 816
  • Fonds
  • 2002, 2005

Fonds consists of papers authored by Magness.

Magness, Vanessa

Jonathan Li fonds

  • F 819
  • Fonds
  • 2001, 2005

Fonds consists of articles authored or co-authored by Li.

Li, Jonathan

Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre

  • RG 825
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Ken Grant fonds

  • F 835
  • Fonds
  • 2002

This fonds contains the following file:

F835.01 - Innovation Nation, 2002.

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

Grant, Kenneth A.

Dr. George Korey fonds

  • F 84
  • Fonds

This fonds contains the following files:

F 84.1 - Papers, 1973-76.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 84.2 - Speeches and Addresses Presented by George Korey, 1971-76.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 84.3 - Liryki, Nostalgiczne, 1972.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 84.4 - Documentation File photographs, 1971-1977.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

George Gekas fonds

  • F 845
  • Fonds
  • 2002

Fonds consists of two conference papers authored by Gekas.

Gekas, George

Accessibility Planning Committee

  • RG 846
  • Fonds
  • 2003 - ?

The Accessibility Planning Committee met several times over 2003-2004 with the purpose of soliciting extensive feedback regarding accessibility from the Ryerson community, preparing the 2003-2004 Accessibility Plan, and making this plan public as per the Ontarians with Disabilities Act requirements for universities. Members were drawn from across Ryerson. It was recommended that the committee continue to meet.
This fonds contains 2 cm of textual records that include a copy of an accessibility survey, the 2003-2004 Accessibility Report, and correspondence.

Scott Anderson fonds

  • F 851
  • Fonds
  • 2003

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

Anderson, Scott

Department of Chemical Engineering

  • RG 852
  • Fonds
  • 2003-

This record group consists of records related to the Department of Chemical Engineering. Included are job vacancies and event notices.

Department of Chemical Engineering

Jurgen Lutz fonds

  • F 853
  • Fonds
  • 1977

Fonds consists of 1 children's book illustrated by Jurgen Lutz.

Lutz, Jurgen

Melanie Panitch fonds

  • F 857
  • Fonds
  • 2003

Fonds includes 1 article authored by Panitch.

Panitch, Melanie

Yvonne Bobb-Smith fonds

  • F 897
  • Fonds
  • 2003

The fonds consists of one book authored by Dr. Bobb-Smith.

Bobb-Smith, Yvonne

Department of Mathematics

  • RG 904
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Ryerson Women's Association

  • RG 906
  • Fonds
  • 1977 - 1980

Ryerson Women's Association was created in the spring of 1977 with a broad goal of providing women with opportunities for personal growth and development. Membership was open to students, staff and faculty.

The fonds contains minutes, membership lists, correspondence and related textual materials.

Neil Seeman fonds

  • F 909
  • Fonds
  • 2006

The fonds contains an article from the Forum and a copy of a book that he co-edited.

Seeman, Neil

Office of the Vice Provost Student

  • RG 914
  • Fonds
  • 2006 - ?

The Office of the Vice-Provost Students (VPS) was created in 2007 in response to students' feedback as communicated in the final report of the President's Commission on Student Engagement and Experience, 2006. In particular, the VPS has oversight of the Registrariat and Student Services.

The fonds contain communications from the office including e-mails and poster(s) as well as job vacancy notices.

Charlotte Broom fonds

  • F 918
  • Fonds
  • [1993-2007]

The fonds includes a cd with photographs that Broom took of the Metropolis/AMC/Yonge-Dundas complex under construction in 2007 and some artifacts from her time at the university.

Camille Martin fonds

  • F 922
  • Fonds
  • 2006

The fonds contains one of Dr. Martin's chapbooks, Spell Sense (Toronto: Real Bind Press, 2006).

Martin, Camille

Glen Pearce fonds

  • F 93
  • Fonds
  • 1956-1958

F 93.01: One publication: Sport-a-Rama Band Folio by Harold L. Walters. Rubank, Inc. Publishers.

F 93.02: One (blank) greeting card: Greetings of the Season from Ryerson Institute of Technology.

Ryerson Commerce Society

  • RG 930
  • Fonds
  • 2005 - 2010

The Ryerson Commerce Society (RCS) was officially created in 2003. It is a student-elected, student-run society representing all full-time undergraduate students attending the Ted Rogers School of Management. The RCS is also the umbrella organization for 29 student groups at the Ted Rogers School of Management. It annually hosts and supports various events and initiatives within the University community and around North America. The Society is comprised of a Board of Directors, consisting of nine directors and six executives.The directors represent the five schools at the Ted Rogers School of Management: Business Management, Information Technology Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Retail Management, and Accounting & Finance.
Record group contains textual records, graphic materials, a data CD containing photographs, and multiple items of ephemera from the Ryerson Commerce Society and various student groups within the RCS.

Home Economics Alumni Association

  • RG 768
  • Fonds
  • 1977-1990

The Ryerson Polytechnical Institute Home Economics Alumni Association was formed in the late 1970's to promote the advancement of the interests of RPI and to promote closer fellowship among the graduates and former students of RPI Home Economics program. This Record group contains textual documentation about the adminstration of this association, and one published cook book generated and sold to the alumni membership as part of a fund raising initiative.

Jim Tam fonds

  • F 774
  • Fonds
  • 2000

Fonds consists of one paper authored by Tam.

Tam, Jim C.

Robin Rowland fonds

  • F 776
  • Fonds
  • 1992

Robin Rowland is an independent author, journalist and visual journalist, based in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada. From 1995 until 2001, Rowland taught Computer-Assisted Reporting and Investigative Techniques at the Ryerson School of Journalism. Until March 2010, she worked for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s news division as the Photo Editor for CBC News and as a producer for the news website CBCnews.ca. From 1988 to 1994, Rowland worked for CTV News. From 1982 to 1984, she worked for the CBC’s pioneering new media experiment, Project Iris, which involved sending to news out through the then primitive teletext system. She is the author of five books, including the first book on how to do research on the Internet.

Fonds consists of one book authored by Rowland.

Rowland, Robin

Said Easa fonds

  • F 786
  • Fonds
  • 2000-2002

Said Easa is a professor of Civil Engineering at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of papers and articles authored by Easa.

Easa, Said

School of Information Technology Management

  • RG 787
  • Fonds
  • 1999-

This fonds consists of records related to the School of Information Technology Management including administrative materials, promotional materials, published materials, and awards night materials.

Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management

David W. H. Godfrey fonds

  • F 50
  • Fonds

This fonds contains the following files:

F 50.1 - Modern Technical Communication, 1983.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 50.2 - Communication for Aerospace Students: A Polytechnic Approach, 1985.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 50.3 - Articles, 1976.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 50.4 - Book Review: Power:The Pratt & Whitney Story, 1989.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 50.5 - Letter/Certificate re. AWA Awards Of Excellence, 1990.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Godfrey, David W.H.

Judith Gillis fonds

  • F 504
  • Fonds
  • 1991

Fonds consists of a report and training manual authored by Gillis.

Gillis, Judith

Robert Greer Lavery fonds

  • F 51
  • Fonds

This fonds contains the following files:

F 51.1 - Programming With System/370 Assembler Language, 1984.

F 51.2 - Papers, 1979.

Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Lavery, Robert Greer

Marvyn Novick fonds

  • F 52
  • Fonds
  • 1979 - 1994

This fonds contains the following files:

F 52.1 - Reports, 1979-1988.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 52.2 - Full employment: social questions for public policy, 1979.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 52.3 - Foreward To J.O'Neill's "The Missing Child In Liberal Theory", 1994.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 52.4 - Papers++, 1978.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Novick, Marvyn

Kathleen Kellett-Betsos fonds

  • F 524
  • Fonds
  • 1993-2003

Kathleen Kellett-Betsos is an Associate Professor in the Department of French and Spanish Languages and Literatures at Ryerson University. Kellett-Betsos earned her BA (Hons.) from Simon Fraser University (1981), and her MA (1983) and PhD (1991) in French with a specialization in Quebec literature from the University of Toronto. She has been a member of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University since 2001 and is a member of the M.A. in Immigration and Settlement Studies program as well as the graduate program in Communication and Culture.Her research focuses on Franco-Canadian minority literatures and cultures, particularly Franco-Ontarian literature, as well as immigrant voices in Canadian literature, feminist critical theory, narratology and literary detective fiction. She has published essays on authors including Anne Hébert, Antonine Maillet, Anne Dandurand, Daniel Poliquin and Chrystine Brouillet in collective works and in journals including Studies in Canadian literature, University of Toronto Quarterly, Tangence, Québec Studies and @nalyses.

Fonds consists of articles, papers, book reviews, and book chapters authored by Kellett-Betsos.

Kellett-Betsos, Kathleen

Donald Priestman fonds

  • F 527
  • Fonds
  • 1974-1979

Donald G. Priestman is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of English at Ryerson University. Priestman was born in Toronto in 1930. He was educated at Malvern Collegiate before completing his BA, MA, Phil.M. and PhD at the University of Toronto. Prior to joining the faculty at Ryerson, Priestman taught English for one year at Winston Churchill High School in Toronto. He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1957. His research focused on the writing of William Wordsworth. He retired from in 1989.

Fonds consists of journal articles authored by Priestman.

Priestman, Donald

Bernard J. McEvoy fonds

  • F 530
  • Fonds
  • 1993-1996

Fonds consists of papers and reports authored by McEvoy.

McEvoy, Bernard J.

Charles Roy Horney fonds

  • F 536
  • Fonds
  • 1950-1977

Fonds contains materials gathered and created during the course of Mr. Horney's time at Ryerson University. Included are course notes, photographs, a soccer jersey and ephemera.

Irene Devine fonds

  • F 400
  • Fonds
  • 1989 - 1993

This fonds contains the following files:

F 400.1 - Principles of Modern Management. A Canadian Perspective. Third Edition, 1989.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 400.2 - Journal articles, 1990.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 400.3 - Papers, 1993-2001.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Devine, Irene

Food Services

  • RG 651
  • Fonds
  • 1948-

Fonds consists of records related to Food Services and Ryerson Institute of Technology's School of Food Technology. In 2013 Chartwells signed a food services contract with Ryerson replacing long-time providers, Aramark.

Food Services

Don Gibb fonds

  • F 659
  • Fonds
  • 1996

Don Gibb is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University. Gibb retired from Ryerson in August 2008.

Fonds consists of two handbooks authored by Gibb.

Gibb, Don

Jennifer Welsh fonds

  • F 67
  • Fonds
  • 1980-2002

Fonds in comprised of articles, stories, and a book authored by Welsh. Also in the fonds is student work.

Welsh, Jennifer

Peter Ryerson fonds

  • F 679
  • Fonds
  • 1783 - 2003

This fonds contains the following files:

F 679.01 - Ryerson Family papers, 1783-1946.
Restricted.

F 679.02 - Egerton and Mary Ryerson portraits, 1850-70.
Closed. Records are currently not accessible for conservation reasons.

F 679.03 - Peter Ryerson Acquisitions documentation, 1995-2003.
Restricted. Records are not available for consultation. Users may submit a written request to Archives & Special Collections but are advised that they may be granted partial access only or the request may be denied.

F 679.04 - Conservation Treatment of Portrait of Egerton Ryerson, 1989.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 679.05 - Display card and photographs of donors, 1996.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Jerry Good fonds

  • F 684
  • Fonds
  • 1987, 1996-1998

Jerry Good is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Radio and Television Arts at Ryerson University. Good began teaching part-time at Ryerson in 1975, moving to full-time in 1985 and joining the faculty as a professor in 1986. In his early days at Ryerson, Good was the station manager for classical music station CFMX-FM in Cobourg, Ontario. He was involved with the Ryerson International Development Centre and provided training to radio and television professionals in Thailand, Malaysia, and Tanzania. Good was a visiting professor at the International Academy of Broadcasting, Montreux, Switzerland (1995-1997), and at the Cultural Foundation of the United Daily News Group, Chinese Culture University (1996). He began a radio consulting business in 1985 and has acted as a consultant for Radio One Corporation and for the Belarusian Soros Foundation, Minsk. In 2001, Good became administrator of the Ryerson-sponsored Bell Globemedia/APTN Aboriginal Communications Professional Development Fund. He retired from Ryerson that same year.

Fonds consists of columns authored by Good as well as photographs of Ryerson construction.

Good, Jerry

International Student Services

  • RG 685
  • Fonds
  • 1994-

This fonds consists of materials created and related to the International Student Support unit under Student Affairs at Ryerson University.

International Student Support

Andrew Molloy fonds

  • F 687
  • Fonds
  • 1997

Andrew Molloy is a former instructor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University. Molloy's research interests include Canadian government public sector renewal, Montreal municipal party politics, Toronto municipal environmental politics, tax reform, the effects of globalization on labour market policies, local coal industries in a global market, Quebec nationalism, the Reform Party of Canada, and Art and Culture. He served on the Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission in 2002 and is currently a professor in the Department of Political Science and a member of the teaching faculty in the MBA.CED program at Cape Breton University.

Fonds consists of one book chapter authored by Molloy.

Molloy, Andrew

David Martin fonds

  • F 568
  • Fonds
  • 1994-1995

Fonds consists of papers authored and co-authored by David Martin.

Martin, David W.

Senate

  • RG 57
  • Fonds

Hitesh Doshi fonds

  • F 573
  • Fonds
  • 1994-2005

Fonds includes papers, reports, articles, and correspondence authored by Doshi.

Doshi, Hitesh

Rebecca Latif fonds

  • F 575
  • Fonds
  • 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

Sarwan Sahota fonds

  • F 584
  • Fonds
  • [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

Ernest Harrison fonds

  • F 590
  • Fonds
  • 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

Marius Ois fonds

  • F 595
  • Fonds
  • 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

Jack Livesley fonds

  • F 596
  • Fonds
  • 1970

Jack Livesley is a Toronto-based writer and educator and a graduate of Ryerson's Television Production Course. Livesley earned his Bachelor's degree from McMaster University and a gold medal in Speech and Drama from the Toronto Conservatory of Music. He taught Music, Drama, English, and History for many years in the Ottawa high school system before entering the television industry, working mainly for TVOntario. Livesely has authored or co-authored five books, all on the subject of television and media education, has been a keynote speaker and workshop leader in major educational and media conferences in North America and England, and has conducted drama workshops at the Stratford and Shaw Festivals.

Fonds consists of a book edited by Livesley.

Livesley, Jack

Tammy Landau fonds

  • F 738
  • Fonds
  • 1998-2000

Tammy Landau is an associate professor in the Department of Criminology at Ryerson University. Landau received her PhD in criminology from the Centre of Criminology at the University of Toronto. Her doctoral thesis examined the emergence of First Nations Policing in remote Aboriginal communities in the James Bay/Hudson Bay region of Northern Ontario. Dr. Landau was a Senior Research and Policy Advisor to the Commission of Inquiry into Events at the Prison for Women in Kingston (Arbour Commission), and has been a consultant to federal, provincial and local governments on a range of justice issues. She is a former member of the Board of Directors of Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto. In August 2004, Landau was appointed to the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services where she served until May, 2012. Her research interests include police accountability, Aboriginal justice issues and critical victimology.

Fonds consists of papers authored by Landau.

Landau, Tammy

Patrick Northey fonds

  • F 541
  • Fonds
  • 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

Terrance Sulymko fonds

  • F 545
  • Fonds
  • 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

Hugh Jack fonds

  • F 559
  • Fonds
  • 1994-1996

Fonds consists of papers and correspondence authored by Hugh Jack.

Jack, Hugh

David A. Worton fonds

  • F 700
  • Fonds
  • 1957

David A. Worton was an instructor in the Department of Business from 1953 to 1962. From 1961 to 1962, Worton was the Director of the Department of Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Management.

Fonds consists of a thesis submitted by Worton to the Societ of Industrial and Cost Accountants of Ontario.

Worton, David A.

Janet Lum fonds

  • F 707
  • Fonds
  • 1997, 2004

Janet Lum is Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Arts, as well as Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration, and a member of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies, at Ryerson University. Lum received her PhD in Social and Political Thought from York University. She also holds a Master of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Sociology and Philosophy, both from the University of Toronto. From 2005 until 2012, she was co-Director of the graduate (MA) program in Public Policy and Administration, for which she (with Dr. John Shields) won the Yeates School of Graduate Studies Award for Outstanding Contribution to Graduate Education. She teaches courses in women, power and politics; comparative public policy; and issues in equity and human rights; and has received the Teaching Award of the Continuing Education Students Association at Ryerson (CESAR). She was a member of the Council of Ontario Universities Standing Committee on Human Rights, has served as Ryerson’s Ethnoracial Issues Coordinator, and was the founding Coordinator of Ryerson University's Certificate Program in Race and Ethnocultural Relations. She is a former member of the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and Co-Chair of the Canadian Research Network for Care in the Community (CRNCC). Among other projects, she was the lead researcher on a United Way funded project that explored models of aging in place by comparing the relative health and well-being of seniors living in supportive versus un-supported, social housing.

Fonds consists of articles authored by Lum.

Lum, Janet

Colin Mooers fonds

  • F 709
  • Fonds
  • 1995-1997

Colin Mooers is Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration and member of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University. Mooers earned BA (Hons. in Philosophy from the University of Ottaw, an MA in Philosophy from the University of Toronto, and a PhD in Social and Political Thought from York University. He served as Chair of the Department of Politics and Public Administration from 2001 to 2006 and Interim Chair in 2011/2012. He is affiliated with the York-Ryerson Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture, and served as Graduate Director for the Ryerson MA and PhD programs from 2006 to 2011. Mooers' areas of undergraduate teaching are in political theory, theories of the state, organization theory, globalization and governance. His graduate teaching is in core theories in cultural studies. His areas of research and publishing include: the political economy of capitalism, political theory, social movements, theories of citizenship, and the public sphere.

Fonds consists of articles, papers, and reviews authored by Mooers.

Mooers, Colin

Audrey Loeb fonds

  • F 714
  • Fonds
  • 1997-1998

Audrey Loeb, LSM, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. is a practicing lawyer and Professor Emeritus of Law at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson university. Loeb specializes in conveyancing and condominium law, advising buyers and sellers on conveyancing matters, developers on condominium development, and condominium corporations on issues of corporate governance and operations. She is a member of the Canadian Condominium Institute. In 2008, she was awarded the Law Society Medal for her significant contributions to the profession and to the community, and the Ontario Bar Association’s Real Property Section Award of Excellence. She has been recognized as a leading practitioner in her field by both Lexpert and Best Lawyers in Canada for several years. Loeb is the author of the two leading texts on condominium law and is a frequent lecturer for the Toronto Real Estate Board, the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Ontario Bar Association. She has served as Co-chair of the Ontario Bar Association, Real
Property Section Condominium Committee, and has been a member of the Ministry of Consumer and
Business Services Real Property Registration Committee, the Ontario New Home Warranty Program
Consumer Advisory Committee, the Board of Directors of the Real Estate Council of Ontario and National
Board of Directors of the Canadian Condominium Institute. She is a member of the Expert Panel created
by the Government of Ontario to review and advise on proposed amendments to the Condominium Act,

  1. She was a co-founder of the Condominium Dispute Resolution Centre.

    Fonds consists of clippings from a column authored by Loeb.

Business Alumni Association

  • RG 723
  • Fonds
  • 1972 - ?

The Business Alumni Associatio) is an initiative of Ryerson Business Graduates that seeks to build networks among highly motivated professionals and fosters peer cooperation to support the development and promotion of The Ted Rogers School of Business Management. It does so through events, correspondence, and a mentoring program.

This fonds contains 3 cm of textual records that include newsletters, event details, and promotional materials.

Susan Ferguson fonds

  • F 728
  • Fonds
  • 1997

This fonds contains the following file:

F 728.01 - Reviews and critiques, 1997.

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

Lenora F. Butler fonds

  • F 601
  • Fonds
  • [1973]

Fonds consists of a report authored by Lenora Butler for the Centre for Instructional Research at Ryerson.

Butler, Lenora F.

J. Greg Kawall fonds

  • F 612
  • Fonds
  • 1995

Fonds consists of one paper co-authored by Kawall.

Kawall, J. Greg

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

Anila Maskeri fonds

  • F 623
  • Fonds
  • 1995

Fonds consists of one paper authored by Maskeri.

Maskeri, Anila K.

Claude Lajeunesse fonds

  • F 628
  • Fonds
  • 1990 - 2005

Fonds contains textual and photographic records, and artifacts related to Claude Lajeunesse, and his time as President and Vice-Chancellor of Ryerson Polytechnic University.

Gerald Hannon fonds

  • F 629
  • Fonds
  • 1986-2005

Fonds consists of a articles published in the book "Flaunt It!" and articles written in various newspapers and magazines.

Hannon, Gerald

Clive VanderBurgh fonds

  • F 631
  • Fonds
  • 1996-1997

Fonds contains one promotional package, press clippings, and a book authored by VanderBurgh.

VanderBurgh, Clive

Rick Csiernik fonds

  • F 632
  • Fonds
  • 1993-1997

Rick Csiernik

Csiernik earned his BA, BSW, and BSc in Psychology from McMaster University, his MSW from the University of Toronto, his Graduate Diploma in Social Administration from Wilfred Laurier University, and his PhD in Social Work from the University of Toronto. His research interests include addiction, Employee Assistance Programming and workplace wellness, social work field practice, spirituality, mental health, housing and homeless, poverty and social inclusion, school-based social work, and social worker retention. Ciernik is the author of over 140 peer-reviewed articles and 8 books, including "Substance Use and Abuse: Everything Matters," "Responding to the Oppression of Addiction: Canadian Social Work Approaches," and "Wellness and Work: EAP in Canada." After leaving Ryerson, Csiernik taught for over 25 years at McMaster University, where he co-developed the McMaster University Addiction Studies Program and was the inaugural recipient of the McMaster University Instructor Appreciation award. Csiernik is currently a professor in the School of Social Work at King's University College at Western University, Canada.

Patrick Robins fonds

  • F 634
  • Fonds
  • 1995

Patrick J. Robins, PhD, was an instructor in the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University from 1983 to 1997. Robins received his PhD in Social/Industrial Psychology from the University of Manitoba in 1983. From 1988 to 1997, he was a researcher, then Senior Collision Investigator, at Ryerson’s Vehicle Safety Research Centre, one of eight multi-disciplinary university- based teams contracted by Transport Canada to provide national motor vehicle accident and defect investigations. In 1997, Robins left Ryerson to give full attention to his company, Virtual Crash Animation and Reconstruction, specializing in collision reconstruction and 3-D computer-generated forensic animations. He has taught courses in crash reconstruction involving human factors at the University of North Florida’s Institute of Police Technology and Management, the Canadian Police College, and the Ontario Provincial Police College. He is a member of the Canadian Association of Technical Accident Investigators and Reconstructionists (CATAIR) and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).

Fonds consists of a paper authored by Robins.

Robins, Patrick

Sheila O'Neill fonds

  • F 405
  • Fonds

This fonds contains the following file:

F 405.1 - Effective Business Communications, 1983.

Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

O'Neill, Sheila

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