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Archives newspaper clipping files

  • C 001
  • collection

The Archives Documentation files are a collection of secondary source clippings from Ryerson and external publications. They are divided into 594 series with all series relating to Ryerson University and its departments, faculty, students, or graduates.

Ryerson Women's Association

  • RG 906
  • collection
  • 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.

OneCard Office

  • RG 907
  • collection
  • 2006 - ?

The Ryerson One Card Office was created in December 2002. The One Card was introduced as the university's official ID card for students, staff and faculty; it also served as a library card. The card has magnetic strips that track funds for food contracts, vending machines, and photocopying/printing services. In December 2005, the new Ryerson One Card replaced old Ryerson Photo ID cards and the Intercon Security Access Cards.

By the fall of 2008 the card has been referred to as the Ryerson OneCard. The Office has as its main location in the lower ground level of Jorgenson Hall in JOR02.

The fonds includes job vacancy notices, forms and publicity records related to the OneCard, meal plan, membership and related e-mails.

Ryerson Student Nutrition Action Committee

  • RG 912
  • collection
  • 2006 - ?

Ryerson Student Nutrition Action Committee (RSNAC) was established as a peer education group by students for students, staff and faculty around 2006. Initially RSNAC developed a healthy eating tutorial and worked with Food Services to distribute educational newsletters. While the acronym RSNAC was in use in newsletters since March 2007, a newsletter from Nov. 2006 used the variant name: Ryerson Nutrition Action Committee.

The fonds contains newsletters and a printout from the committee's website as created in 2006.

Office of Co-operative Education and Internship

  • RG 913
  • collection
  • 1997 - ?

Co-operative Education at Ryerson began in 1976 when Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry & Biology 4th year students were assigned to unpaid technical projects in government & industry two days a week. A formal co-op program and office was established in 1991. In 1997, the Office of Co-operative Education was established in its location at 101 Gerrard St. East under the direction of Dr. Easton to coordinate the expanding co-op activities in a number of departments at Ryerson. By 2011 when the Office celebrated its 20th anniversary, the program had been rebranded as Ryerson Co-operative Education.

The fonds contains job vacancy notices, newsletters and related textual material.

Office of Co-operative Education and Internship

Office of the Vice Provost Student

  • RG 914
  • collection
  • 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.

Department of Arts and Contemporary Studies

  • RG 919
  • collection
  • 2007 - ?

The Department of Arts and Contemporary Studies is a department in the faculty of Arts. Arts and Contemporary Studies combines an education in the humanities with theoretical approaches and practical skills, preparing graduates to deal successfully with contemporary social issues. It
This fonds contains < 0.5 cm of textual records, various brochues and pamphlets, 6 posters, 2 programs, 2 magazines (5 and 12 copies of each) and 7 CDs.

Leniniana Collection

  • F 2008.005
  • Collection
  • 1917-2003; predominant 1980-1990

The collection consists of more than 800 items featuring the image of Vladimir Ilych Lenin, the founder of the Soviet Union. There is a variety of media, including paper, textile, bronze, alloy, gold, clay, wood, porcelain, stone as well as books, posters, postcards, and 35mm black and white film. The collection was assembled between 1989 and 2003 in Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Vilnius and Kaliningrad. The items in the collection have been arranged in the following series: Documentary Films, Posters, Postcards, Books and Periodicals, Records, Pins, Bookplates, Paintings, Rugs and Embroidery, Postage Stamps, Notes, Coins and Commemorative Medals, Sculptures, Reliefs, Flags.

Ryerson Taskforce on Anti-Racism

  • RG 920
  • collection

The Taskforce on Anti-Racism at Ryerson was established in the April of 2008. It was co-chaired by Eileen Antone from OISE-UT and Grace-Edward Galabuzi from Ryerson and membership included nine community members representing equally students, staff, and faculty. It issued a final report in January 2010.

The fonds contains backgroud e-mails, posters and publicity material and copies of the Final Report and the resonse by President Sheldon Levy.

Student Information and Advisement Centre

  • RG 924
  • collection
  • 2008-

The Student Information and Advising Centre (SIAC) was created as a pilot project and opened in the fall of 2008 in POD144 adjacent to the Jorgenson Hall main entrance. The Centre was created as a one-stop information destination. The centre grew out of concerns raised in the President's Commission on Student Engagement and Experience. The centre morphed into the AskMeRU InfoDesk housed in POD-61 that provides quality information in regards to all things Ryerson. Its goal is to direct and connect students to the appropriate service or department for their needs.

The fonds contains job vacancy notices and promotional material.

First-Year and Common Engineering Office

  • RG 927
  • collection
  • 2008-2012

The First-Year and Common Engineering Office was created to help make students' transitions from secondary school to university smooth and successful. The team included an academic advisor, a counsellor and program co-ordinators.

The fonds consists of job vacancy advertisements posted between 7 July 2003 and 27 July 2010.

Ryerson Catholic Chaplaincy Centre

  • RG 932
  • collection
  • 2007-

Ryerson Catholic Chaplaincy Centre (RCCC) was located at 64 McGill Street. The Centre had a website in 2009 but the URL was not functioning as of Jan. 2014, by which time the Ryerson Catholic Campus Ministry relocated to St. Michael's Cathedral, 200 Church Street.
The fonds contains printed promotional bookmarks and newsletters.

Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre

  • RG 933
  • collection
  • 2007-2012

The Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre was established in 2005. Its mandate is to research the literary and cultural production in the modernist era (from 1880 to 1940), to preserve and advance modernist women’s heritage and to promote modern Canadian heritage within an international context. This fonds contains a collection of posters and brochures related to the activities of the MLCRC.

Art history and history of photography slides

  • 2013.010
  • Collection

Fonds contains published teaching slides for art history courses, with a focus on the history of photography. Series include Janson's History of Art, 5th Ed., Gardner's Art Through the Ages, Early Canadian Photography, and the National Gallery of Canada.

National Gallery of Canada

Department of Community Relations

  • RG 122
  • collection

In 1986, Information Services was incorporated into the Department of Community Relations. In 1990, the Department of Development and Alumni Affairs was integrated with the Department of Community Relations to form the Department of Development, Alumni and Community Relations.

The Phototeria

  • 2015.24
  • Collection
  • 1925-2007

Collection consists of an automatic photobooth, and material related to its original function. Designed by David McCowan and patented on May 21, 1929. The collection includes vintage articles and advertisements, photographs of the booth and members of the McCowan family, the booth itself, along with related accessories.

McCowan, David A.

Joanne Harack Hayne fonds

  • F 20
  • collection
  • 1985

Joanne Harack Hayne was afiliated with the Centre for Advanced Technology Education (CATE) at Ryerson. This fonds contains the report 'managing the education/industry interface' written By Harack Hayne and Michael G. Kahan.

Dr. Ronald Swirsky fonds

  • F 21
  • collection
  • 1967-1985

Dr. Ronald Swirsky taught at Ryerson in the Electrical & Electronic Technology department and during his career he also served as the head of Ryerson's University Planning Office. Swirsky reitred from this post in August 1999.

This fonds contains articles and reports written or co-written by Swirsky, and a collection of textual records related to the Electrical Technology department and degree proposal.

Swirsky, Ronald Dr.

Harley Jackson fonds

  • F 608
  • collection
  • 1995

Harley B. Jackson is a surface designer and former sessional instructor in the School of Fashion at Ryerson Polytechnical (circa 1987-1990). While at the Institute, he taught textile design and printing. He also taught courses at the Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology and was the owner of Tapio, a freeland surface design company.

Fonds consists of an article written about a course taught by Jackson.

Jackson, Harley

John Caicco fonds

  • F 613
  • collection
  • 1953

John Roland Caicco graduated from Ryerson with a Diploma in Electrical Technology in 1955. Caicco was born in North Bay, Ontario. While at Ryerson, he was a member of the Ryerson Rams hockey and volleyball teams. After graduation, Caicco went on to have a successful career in the electrical industry, acting as President of the Quality Management Insitute (a division of the Canadian Standards Association), and as an executive with General Electric. In 1995, Caicco received the George Burwash Langford Memorial Award in recognition of his outstanding career achievements in management within the electrical/electronics industry.

Fonds consists of a hockey jacket acquired by Caicco while a student at Ryerson.

Caicco, John

Kirsten Cowan fonds

  • F 616
  • collection
  • 1995

Kirsten Cowan is a Toronto-based fashion designer and former part-time instructor of knitwear design in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University. Cowan is the designer of a line of hand-knits marketed under her own name and her work is often featured in Vogue Knitting, Family Circle Easy Knitting, and other national magazines. She has created hand-knitting designs for many major yarn companies and was briefly the chief designer at Canada's largest ready-to-wear fashion knitwear manufacturer.

Fonds consists of one published booklet authored by Cowan.

Cowan, Kirsten

Michael Stefanovic fonds

  • F 618
  • collection
  • 1995

Michael Stefanovic is a former instructor of Project Management at Ryerson University. Stefanovic hold a degree in Engineering and a Master of Business Administration and has been a designated Project Management Professional since 1995. He has spent most of his career in industry, working as the project lead on the retrofit of the SunLife building in Montreal, as Project Controls Manager on the SNC Billiton tungsten ore refining plant, and on other real estate and resource extraction projects. He currently works as a project management consultant to clients in various industries and leads seminars in project management to diverse audiences, both in English and in French.

Fonds consists of one article authored by Stefanovic.

Stefanovic, Michael

Rick Csiernik fonds

  • F 632
  • collection
  • 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.

Susan Silver fonds

  • F 633
  • collection
  • 1996

Susan Silver is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Ryerson University. Silver earned her BA and MSW from the University of Toronto and her PhD in Social Work from Bryn Mawr College, Philadelphia. From 1998 to 2003, she was the Director of the School of Social Work and, from 2009 to 2011, was the Program Director for the MSW program. Her teaching interests include Social Work Research, Program Evaluation, Social Welfare Policy and Critical Social Work Practice. She has conducted a number of research studies exploring issues of access and inclusion in relation to health care, employment and income security. She has a strong commitment to community-university research collaborations and has completed a national study to develop an evaluation framework for family support programs.

Fonds consists of a paper authored by Silver.

Silver, Susan

Patrick Robins fonds

  • F 634
  • collection
  • 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

Tim Sly fonds

  • F 637
  • collection
  • 1996

Timothy Sly is a Professor Emeritus and former Director of the School of Occupational and Public Health at Ryerson University. Sly earned his Diploma in Public Health from the Royal Society of Health, UK (1968), his MSc in Epidemiology from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Western Ontario (1982), and his PhD in Risk Studies from Teesside University, UK (1996). He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1982, teaching as a professor until his retirement in 2013. He has lectured and consulted widely in the field of epidemiology and public health, including acting as a consultant to the Ontario Ministry of Health, the Canadian Auditor-General, and the Philippines Government.

Fonds consists of an article authored by Sly.

Sly, Tim

Sean Cleary fonds

  • F 639
  • collection
  • 1995

Sean Cleary was a lecturer of Investment Finance in the Department of Business Managment at Ryerson Unviersity from 1994 to 1997. Cleary earned his BA in Economics from Acadia University (1983), his BEd from Saint Francis Xavier University (1984), his MBA in Finance from Saint Mary's University (1989), and his PhD in Finance from the University of Toronto (1998). While teaching at Ryerson, Cleary also taught Finance part-time at the University of Toronto. After leaving Ryerson, he took positions as an Assistant Professor at the University of Lethbridge (1997-1998) and at York University (2001-2002). In 2002, Cleary became an Associate Professor at Saint Mary's University, becoming a full professor in 2006. In 2008, he took a position as the BMO Professor of Finance and the Academic Director of the Master of Management in Finance at Queen's University. His research focuses on empirical studies in corporate finance and investments.

Fonds consists of a paper co-authored by Cleary.

Cleary, Sean

Jim Burke fonds

  • F 643
  • collection
  • 1995

Jim Burke is a former professor in the Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Managment at Ryerson University. Burke earned his BA from Dartmouth College (1970), his MEd from Temple University (1975), his MS from Utah State (1977), and his PhD from the University of Minnesota (1986). He was a member of the faculty at Ryerson from 1993 to 1998, acting as its Director from 1993 to 1996. After leaving Ryerson, Burke took a position as Director of the Tourism Destination Management Program and the Accelerated Masters of Tourism Administration at George Washington University and as the Dean of The Collins College of Hospitality Management at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (1998 - 2004). He has worked in the advertising industry on hospitality accounts and as a consultant. The second edition of his book, Marketing and Selling the Travel Product (Delmar Publishers), co-authored with Barry Resnick, was released in 1999. He was awarded lifetime achievement awards by the Society of Travel and Tourism Educators (1997) and the International Travel and Tourism Research Association (2010).

Fonds consists of presentation slides authored by Burke.

Department of Philosophy and Music

  • RG 653
  • collection
  • 1970 - ?

The Department of Philosophy and Music at Ryerson University offers courses in all programs of study, including Philosophy, Psychology, Business, Education, Law, Political Science, and Media Studies. The courses that it offers are generally concerned with morality and ethics. The Department of Philosophy and Music includes a Musicology Section which offers courses in Music History.

This fonds includes 1.5 cm of textual records, including memos, course outlines, symposium information, lectures and talk notices. It also includes 1 poster (27 x 35 cm to 28 x 36cm).

David Checkland fonds

  • F 655
  • collection
  • 1995-2002

David Checkland is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Music at Ryerson University and a faculty member in the Ryerson and York Joint Graduate Program in Communication & Culture.
Fonds consists of articles and correspondence authored by Checkland.

Checkland, David

Don Gibb fonds

  • F 659
  • collection
  • 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

Susannah Wilson fonds

  • F 665
  • collection
  • 1991-1997

Susannah Wilson was a professor in the School of Nutrition at Ryerson University from 1994 to 2009. Wilson earned her BA from the University of Quebec, her MA from the University of Western Ontario, her MBA from York University and her PhD from the University of Toronto. From 2003 to 2006, Wilson was the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Community Services. Wilson passed away in 2009.

Fonds consists of books authored or co-authored by Wilson.

Wilson, Susannah

Jacek Kryt fonds

  • F 667
  • collection
  • 1972 - ?

Jacek Kryt is a retired Ryerson professor who taught Management Information Systems full time from 1967 to 1984, and then taught in Continuing Education from 1985-1993. Previous to this, he had 22 years in business experience in Europe and in Canada. He has published on the topics of Datamation, Canadian Data Systems, and Pigulki.He has presented papers at conferences of the Society for Information Management, ACM SIG CPR, Association for Systems Management, Canadian Information Processing Society, and Ontario Universities Computing Conferences.

This fonds contains the following files:

F 667.1 - Papers, 1996.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 667.2 - Course: Current Concerns In Information Systems*, 1983-93.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 667.3 - Seniors' Studies Advisory Council:Survey,Chair'sReprt*, 1988-1991.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 667.4 - CBIS Co-Ordinated Summer Job Program*, 1978-82.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 667.5 - Constitution Committee/Business Administration Dept.*, 1977-80.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 667.6 - Why We Need New Approaches To Business Systems*, 1976.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 667.7 - Letters To The Editor: Miscellaneous*, 1972.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Health Research Network

  • RG 820
  • collection
  • 2002 - 2003

The Ryerson Health Research Network was initiated in Fall 2001-Winter 2002 as a way to unite health care researchers.

This fonds contains 1 cm textual records, inlcuding correspondence and meeting minutes and agendas.

Centre for Immigration and Settlement

  • RG 838
  • collection
  • 1997-

The Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement (RCIS) was established by Ryerson Senate in March 2011 and has been in operation since July of the same year. The overall goal of RCIS is to advance policy-related research and scholarship in the areas of immigration and settlement studies, both nationally and internationally.
This fonds contains 2 cm of textual records, including emails about daily operations and a job posting, and one poster.

Accessibility Planning Committee

  • RG 846
  • collection
  • 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.

School of Health Services Management

  • RG 860
  • collection
  • 1986 - ?

The School of Health Services Management was under the Faculty of Community Services from its inception as a part-time degree. Effective July 1, 2011 HSM moved faculties and is a part of the Ted Rogers School of Management.

This fonds contains 69 cm textual records and one book.

Vehicle Safety Research Centre

  • RG 705
  • collection
  • 1997

Ryerson's Vehicle Safety Research Centre was established in 1988. It was funded by Ryerson and Transport Canada. Ryerson's team of research scientists investigated automobile crashes and advised Transport Canada on strategies to reduce personal injuries.
This fonds contains 1 book (531p.)

Women's Centre

  • RG 706
  • collection
  • 1978 - ?

Operated by the Ryerson Student Union, The Women’s Centre is the RSU’s oldest community service. It's goal is to improve, through education and action, the status and condition of all women at Ryerson.
This fonds contains 1 cm of graphic materials, 11 posters, and one artifact, a sculpture.

Ryerson Opera Workshop

  • RG 718
  • collection
  • 1952-1976

The fonds consists of records pertaining to the operetta, Ryerson Opera Workshop, otherwise dubbed ROW, including programmes, notices and advertisements, newspaper articles and reviews, and a 1967 audio tape from The Wizard of Oz.

Established in 1951 by Jack McAllister, at the time faculty in the English Department, and in the continuing role of director-in-chief, the Workshop was an institute-wide, student endeavour from production crew to cast members.

Financial upsets were occasionally felt, with no Workshop performed usually because the Student Administrative Council felt it could not support the show.

The productions were as follows:

1952, March – Down in the Valley and The Devil and Daniel Webster (at Riverdale Collegiate)
1953, March – Beggar's Opera (at Riverdale Collegiat)e
1953, November – Brigadoon (at Bloor Collegiate)
1954 – Madamoiselle Angot (at Bloor Collegiate)
1955 / ‘56 – Trial By Jury and HMS Pinafore, (at Ryerson Hall Theatre)
1956 / ’57 – no production
1958, March – The Gondaliers (at Hart House)
1958 / ’59 - – no production, no funding from Student Admisitrative Council
1960, March – Finian’s Rainbow (at Hart House)
1961, March – The Boys from Syracuse (at Hart House)
1962 – Beggar’s Opera (at Ryerson Hall Theatre)
1963 – Once Upon A Mattress(last musical at Ryerson Hall Theatre)
1964 – Brigadoon (first ROW performance in newly constructed Ryerson Theatre)
1965 – no production
1966, March – Kiss Me Kate / November – Bye Bye Birdie
1967, November – The Wizard of Oz
1968, November – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
1969, November – Peter Pan
1970, November – Alice in Wonderland
1971, Nov / Dec – Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
1972, November – Sinbad and the Mermaid
1973, November – Red Riding Hood
1974, November – George, Gertie and the Garbage Grabbers
1975 – no production
1976, November – Stick With Molasses

Business Alumni Association

  • RG 723
  • collection
  • 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.

Home Economics Alumni Association

  • RG 768
  • collection
  • 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.

Michael Twiss fonds

  • F 770
  • collection
  • 2000

Michael R. Twiss is a limnologist (fresh water scientist) with expertise in the microbial plankton ecology of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River system and interactions of plankton with elements in the water column. Twiss was a member of the Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Biology at Ryerson University from 1999 to 2002. He holds an honours Bachelor of Science degree in biology and environmental science from Trent University, a Master’s degree in botany and environmental studies from the University of Toronto, and a Ph.D. in science de l’eau (limnology) from the Université du Québec, where his thesis was awarded the Governor General of Canada Gold Medal for Academic Excellence. Twiss conducted a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution from 1996-1998. His research has been funded by such agencies as the National Science Foundation, the St. Lawrence River Research and Education Fund of the New York Power Authority, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New York Sea Grant, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and others. Twiss is a member of the St. Lawrence River at Massena Area of Concern Remedial Action Committee, a panel reviewer for granting agencies (NSF, NSERC), and an editor. He was associate editor of the Journal of Phycology from 2005 to 2012, and is on the editorial board of Frontiers in Aquatic Microbiology. Since 2002, Twiss has been a professor of Biology in the School of Arts & Sciences at Clarkson University.

Fonds consists of one article authored by Twiss.

Twiss, Michael

Linda Hart fonds

  • F 775
  • collection
  • 2000

Linda Hart graduated with a BA from Ryerson and has been a teacher/preceptor in the University's Early Learning Centre for more than twenty years. Hart's areas of professional interest include: writing early childhood curriculum, integration in childcare, and implementing the emergent, project-based curriculum. Her most recent interest lies in developing and implementing the outdoor curriculum. She recently won the Ryerson Field Educator Award and participates with colleagues in leading and conducting presentations and workshops on a variety of topics related to early childhood education.

Fonds consists of one magazine containing and article authored by Hart.

Hart, Linda

Robin Rowland fonds

  • F 776
  • collection
  • 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

Mrs. Steeles fonds

  • F 31
  • collection
  • 1880

This fonds contains one book in two volumes: " The Loyalists of America and Their Times (Vol. I & II)" written by Egerton Ryerson, D.D., LL.D. Published in 1880 by William Briggs, James Campbell & Son, and Willing & Williamson in Toronto and by Dawson Brothers in Montreal.

Ryerson, Egerton

Robert G. Ward fonds

  • F 788
  • collection
  • 1951

Robert George Ward graduated from Ryerson in 1954 with a diploma in Photographic Arts. Ward was born in Hamilton, Ontario, where he attended Central Secondary School. While at Ryerson, Ward was a member of the camera club and the rifle team.

Fonds consists of photographic negatives taken of Ryerson campus while Ward was a student.

Ward, Robert G.

Ronald Warner fonds

  • F 501
  • collection
  • 1983-1998

Ronald E. Warner is a psychologist and Counsellor Emeritus with the Centre for Student Development and Counselling at Ryerson University. Warner holds a Master of Arts and an EdD in Applied Psychology from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto (1978) and is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. He joined the staff at Ryerson as a psychologist in 1969. In the 1980s, he served as the Chairman of the Communications Committee of the Ontario Psychological Association. Beginning in 1991, Warner held a position as a part-time Adjunct Professor in the Department of Applied Psychology at the University of Toronto.

Fonds consists of articles, reviews, and correspondence authored by or addressed to Warner.

Warner, Ronald

Richard Cheung fonds

  • F 502
  • collection
  • 1991-1992

Richard Cheung is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ryerson University. Cheung received his BASc, MASc, and PhD from the University of Toronto. He has been teaching at Ryerson University since 1989. His research has focused on: nuclear electricity generation and transmission; power system operations; power system protection and stability; power electronics; power engineering software; energy efficiency; power quality; and substation communication. Prior to joining the faculty at Ryerson, he worked as a Research Engineer with Ontario Hydro and has been an active consultant for electricity utilities and the power industry since 1990. He has completed over 20 major projects and built 4 special-purposed power converters for the Ontario utilities and mining industries, and manufactured 1 solar-energy converter. He has been a PEng since 1987.

Fonds consists of an article and report authored by Cheung.

Cheung, Richard

Elvino Sauro fonds

  • F 34
  • collection

Content: Photographs, videotapes, sound recording, textual records, bookmark, Lapel Pin, Punched Computer Examination Response Cards

Sauro, Elvino

Ali M. Hussein fonds

  • F 503
  • collection
  • 1991

Ali M. Hussein is a Professional Engineer, a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ryerson University, and an Adjunct Professor in the Departent of Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. Hussein earned his BSc from Alexandria University, Egypt, his MSc from Ain Shams University, Cairo, and his PhD from the University of Toronto, all in electrical engineering. After completing his PhD, he worked as a Research Associate at the Electrical Engineering Division of National Research Council of Canada. From 1980 to 1982, he was an Assistant Professor at Riyadh University, Saudi Arabia and, from 1982 to 1986, was a Research Associate and a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto. From 1986 to 1988, he worked in the Electromagnetics Technology Division of Bell-Northern Research in Ottawa, Canada, before becoming, in 1988, a Visiting Scientist in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Toronto. He began teaching at Ryerson in 1989, becoming a Professor in 1994. Hussein has authored and co-authored roughly 200 publications, mainly in the areas of microwave ferrites, microwave acoustics, non-destructive evaluation of materials, numerical techniques, and measurement, characterization and modelling of fast transients. In 2001, he was one of the three founding members of an International Project on Electromagnetic Radiation from Lightning Striking Tall Structures (IPLT), and since then he has been a member of the IPLT steering committee. Since 2008, he has been a member of the Conseil International des Grands Reseaux Electriques (CIGRE) Working Group on Lightning Parameters for Engineering Applications.

Fonds consists of an article authored by Hussein.

Hussein, Ali M.

Ali Bolbol fonds

  • F 505
  • collection
  • 1992

Ali A. Bobol is a former Professor in the Department of Economics at Ryerson University. Bobol earned his BA and MA from the American University of Beirut and his PhD from the University of Texas. He was a member of the faculty at Ryerson from 1991 to 2003.

Fonds consists of an article co-authored by Bobol.

Bolbol, Ali

Robert Fulford fonds

  • F 509
  • collection
  • 1980-1992

Robert Marshall Blount Fulford (b. February 13, 1932) is a self-educated Canadian journalist, editor, and critic and former MacLean Hunter Chair of Communications Ethics in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University (1989-1993). Fulford was born in Ottawa. After graduating from high school in 1949, he began his journalism career as a staff member at the Globe & Mail, a position he held until 1953. Since then, he has written weekly columns for publications such as the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star, the National Post, and the Financial Times of Canada, and has held editorial positions at a number of publications, including MacLean's and Saturday Night magazines and the Toronto Star. From 1989 to 1992, Fulford was Chair of the Arts Journalism Program at the Banff Centre for the Arts and, from 1989 to 1993, was a media columnist for CBC's Morningside radio program. He is the author of several books, including: Accidental City: The Transformation of Toronto (1995); An Introduction to the Arts in Canada (1977); and This Was Expo (1968). In 1984, Fulford was named an Officer of the Order of Canada and, in 1996, was granted the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Canadian Journalism Foundation. He has been granted honorary degrees from a number of institutions, including the University of Toronto, the University of King's College, Halifax, and York University. He delivered the 1999 Massey Lectures, entitled The Triumph of Narrative: Storytelling in the Age of Mass Culture, published that same year as a monograph by Anansi.

Fonds consists of articles authored by Fulford.

Fulford, Robert

Thadeus E. Wisz fonds

  • F 515
  • collection
  • 1984

Thadeus Eugene Wisz (b. April 27, 1938) is a Professional Engineer and former Dean of the Faculty of Technology at Ryerson University. Wisz earned his BASc (1959) and MASc (1964) in Chemical Engineering and his MSc in Mathematics (1975) from the University of Toronto. He began teaching in the Mathematics and Physics department at Ryerson in 1961. He became an Instructor Supervisor in 1965, Assistant Chairman in 1966, and Chairman of the Department in 1967, maintaining the latter position until 1977. From 1977 to 1987, he was Dean of the Faculty of Technology. In the early 1980s, Wisz sat on the board of Ryerson's Centre for Advanced Technology Education (CATE). In 2003, he was named an Honorary Member of The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) and, in 2004, was named an Officer of Professional Engineers of Ontario’s Order of Honour.

Fonds consists of an article featuring Wisz.

Wisz, Thadeus E.

Sydney Stagg fonds

  • F 516
  • collection
  • 1991

Sydney Stagg was an administrative assistant in the Faculty of Arts and head of the Diploma in Arts program at Ryerson University.

Fonds consists of a recipe book co-edited by Stagg.

Stagg, Sydney

Kathleen Kellett-Betsos fonds

  • F 524
  • collection
  • 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

Manuel Cuenca fonds

  • F 525
  • collection
  • 1992

Manuel Alvarez Cuenca is a Professor of Chemical Engineering and Head of the Laboratory of Membrane Bioreactors at Ryerson University. He holds a B.Eng in Chemical Engineering from the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Physics and Chemical Engineering, respectively, from the University of Western Ontario. He has over 15 years of industrial experience with multinational corporations in the areas of fluidized bed reactors, bioreactor design, water treatment and clean power generation. In 2002, he founded Ecotechnos Inc., a company devoted to the design and construction of advanced bioreactors for the treatment of industrial wastewater. He is an active consultant for governments and the private sector in Canada, Spain and Iberoamerica in the areas of water treatment, and energy. His academic record spans over two decades with universities in Europe, Canada, and South America, including Ryerson University, U. of Western Ontario, U of Waterloo, U. of Guelph, U of Windsor ), U.Politécnica de Madrid ( Spain),) Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Colombia), U de Cartagena de Indias (Colombia), Corporacion Universitaria de la Costa(Colombia ). He holds four patents on the design of compact bioreactors, has authored over fifty papers and one book on Pressurized Fluid Beds Combustion, and has chaired and participated in the organization of numerous international conferences and congresses including the 5th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, San Diego California,1996. Cuenca has taught numerous courses and seminars on Water/wastewater Treatment, Solid Waste Management, Design of Wastewater Treatment Plants and has won several awards as Academic Adviser in Plant Design Competitions with Water Environmental Federation, and Water Environment Association of Ontario (Ottawa 2012, New Orleans 2010, London 2010).

Fonds consists of a report authored by Cuenca.

Cuenca, Manuel

Donald Priestman fonds

  • F 527
  • collection
  • 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

Sam Mikhail fonds

  • F 528
  • collection
  • 1989-1996

Samih W. Mikhail is a Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University, as well as a Professional Engineer and Project Management Professional. Mikhail earned his MSc from the University of Toronto and his PhD in Comparative Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, also at the University of Toronto. He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1966. From 1985 to 1990, he was Associate Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and, from 1995 to 2000, was Director of Ryerson International. He retired from Ryerson in 2000, at which time he joined the faculty at Centennial College and was Dean of the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science (SETAS) until 2006. In 2006, he became an Academic Advisor at the School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto where he coordinates the Business and Professional Programs. He has been actively consulting with national and international organizations (including CIDA, the World Bank,Swedish SIDA, OECD) since 1990 in the areas of strategic planning, business process management, project and portfolio management and education planning. He is also a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Fonds consists of papers and reports authored by Mikhail.

Mikhail, Sam

Hua Lu fonds

  • F 529
  • collection
  • 1993-1994

Hua Lu is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Ryerson University. Lu earned his BSc and MSc from Tianjin University and his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He joined the faculty at Ryerson in 1990. His research interests include: Solid Mechanics, experimental mechanics, damage/fracture/fatigue mechanics, and interfacial mechanics.

Fonds consists of papers authored by Lu.

Lu, Hua

Sara Katz fonds

  • F 49
  • collection
  • 1984

This fonds contains one research report: The Status of Women in CUEW - a Survey by Sara Katz. 1984. Canadian Union of Educational Workers Research and Education Committee. Research Report #2. ref.lb.2332.3.k37

Katz, Sara

W. J. Klein fonds

  • F 535
  • collection
  • 1991-1993

William J. Klein is a former instructor of Business Statistics and the SAS administrator at Ryerson University. Klein completed his PhD at the University of Toronto. His career includes teaching positions in four Ontario universities, market research and project administration. As a chief programmer at Ryerson, he designed and implemented the University's fully automated examination marking system, written entirely in SAS. He is an executive member of the Toronto Area SAS Society and continues work as a specialist in graphics, statistics, and reporting.

Fonds consists of papers authored by Klein.

Klein, W.J.

Charles Roy Horney fonds

  • F 536
  • collection
  • 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.

Bill Cott fonds

  • F 537
  • collection
  • 1990-1993

William J. Cott (d. October 20, 2009) was a Professor in the School of Chemical Engineering at Ryerson University. Cott earned his BSc (1955) and MSc (1956) from the University of Western Ontario. After graduation, he worked for Dupont Canada Ltd. before joining the faculty at Ryerson in 1968. He was the Assistant Chair of the Department from 1977 to 1980 and again from 1986 until 1997. His research focused on reactions of fluoroalkyl magnesium halides. He retired to Emeritus status in 1997.

Fonds consists of a paper and an application authored by Cott.

Cott, Bill

Judith Sandys fonds

  • F 538
  • collection
  • 1991, 1996

Judith Sandys is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Ryerson University. Sandys earned her BA (Hons.) in Sociology and Anthropology from McGill University (1964), her MSW from UC Berkeley (1966), and her PhD from the University of Toronto. Before joining the faculty at Ryerson, Sandys held instructional positions at McGill University, Vanier College, and Dawson College. She began her career at Ryerson as an instructor in 1990. Since then, she has held a number of positions within the Ryerson community, including Dean of Community Services, Associate Vice President Academic, and Associate Professor in the School of Social Work and in the School of Disability Studies. Her teaching and research focuses on disability issues within a socio-political context. She has worked as an administrator with Community Living Mississauga, West Island Adaptation Services, and others, and as a consultant for the Federal Government of Australia and the Canadian Association for Community Living.

Fonds consists of articles authored by Sandys.

Sandys, Judith

Senate

  • RG 57
  • collection

Lionel Willis fonds

  • F 539
  • collection
  • [ca. 1986]

Lionel Willis is a former Professor in the Department of English at Ryerson University. Willis earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto and his Master of Arts from York University, Toronto. He began his career at Ryerson as a part-time instructor in 1958, moving to full-time by 1959. Circa 1979, he was a board member of the Canadian Anti-Drug Coalition and an outspoken activists against the legalization of marijuana. Willis retired from Ryerson in 1993.

Fonds consists of correspondence authored by Willis.

Willis, Lionel

Rheta Rosen fonds

  • F 66
  • collection
  • 1985-1993

Rheta Rosen is a family sociologist and a professor emeritus at Ryerson University with an area of interest in aging and intergenerational relationships. Besides developing the continuing education Certificate in Family Life Education in 1991, she was active on the committee that created the present Certificate in Family Supports. Rheta has taught Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Communication at Ryerson University and at Ryerson’s School of Nutrition. She was the Coordinator of the Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre and Coordinator and Director of Learning and Teaching Services at Ryerson University. She has a PhD in Sociology from York University.

This fonds contains:

F 66.1 - Reports by Rheta Rosen, 1985.

F 66-2 - Proposal for a Certificate in Family Life Education by Rheta Rosen, 1990.

F 66.3 - A Parent Education Program for Older Parents (60+): Education for Intergenerational Living by Rheta Rosen, 1993.

Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Rosen, Rheta

Ron Keeble fonds

  • F 100
  • collection
  • 1986

Ron Keeble joined the faculty of the School of Urban and Regional Planning in 1979 after several years of practice in both the private and public sectors. He has served on two occasions as Director of the School of Planning, and has completed terms as Academic Editor of PLAN CANADA (the national journal of the planning profession in Canada), and as President of the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs. Professor Keeble is active in the affairs of both the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Ontario Professional Planners Institute. For CIP he has served a six year term as Co-chair of the National-Affiliate Membership Committee and directed the Planning for the Future Project which is a major review of national standards and membership processes for the planning profession in Canada.
For the Ontario Professional Planners Institute he has served two terms as Director of Membership Services on the governing council of the Institute and has completed an eight year term as Registrar of the planning profession. He has also served on the Professional Practice Advisory Committee of OPPI.
Keeble's research interests are in the areas of the professional development of planners, the advancement of best practices within planning, and the integration of internationally trained planning professionals into the practice realm in Canada.

This fonds contains one issue of the journal 'Plan Canada. Canadian Institute of Planners'. (issue 26: 2 - April 1986 Neighbourhood Planning). Keeble served as the Guest Editor of this issue of the journal.

Keeble, Ron

Peter Williams fonds

  • F 73
  • collection
  • 1985

Peter Williams was an instructor on the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology commencing in 1969. Williams was afilliated with the Centre for Advanced Technology Education CATE at Ryerson.

This fonds contains one article: The Effect of Computer Integrated Manufacturing on the Engineering Curriculum of the Future". by Peter Williams of CATE (Centre for Advanced Technology Education) and the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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