Illustrations showing an idealized reconstruction of the section of the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard, crossing the Don Valley Parkway and extending to the waterfront. Drawings include mixed-use infills under the Gardiner (with the existing Lakeshore roadway relocated south toward the water), and the creation of a Garden Boulevard to the east with commercial uses on either side. Ponds, lakes and fountains are inserted along the shoreline. The designs were commissioned as part of an OAA Charrette, and the images were published in the July 1987 issue of Canadian Architect magazine.
Exterior views of mid-rise concrete building, partially open at ground level to act as an event podium, supported by large concrete pillars. One view, taken at a distance, shows a statue in foreground.
This folder contains photographic prints of people associated with and featured in Canadian Architect Magazine between 1971 and 1982. Architects in this series include Richard Meier, British architect James Stirling, and Dr. Anne Schrecker, Chairman of the Architectural Science & Landscape Architecture Department at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in 1981. This folder also contains numerous photographs related to the judging of Canadian Architect Magazine contest submissions. Many photographs do not contain dates or inscriptions.
This file contains brochures, booklets, bookmarks, flyers, postcards, posters promoting the Centre's services and career/job fairs with employers available to full-time student graduates, continuing education graduates, and alumni.
The file consists of brochures and flyers with workshop schedules and descriptions for writing a resume and covering letter, discovering one's work skills, job search skills, interview skills, and self promotion.
The file contains one page of announcements from the Placement Centre (Career Centre) regarding workshops, employers on campus, and job-related advice. It is less than a newsletter and more of a bulletin.
Career Path, September 1998, Issue 1 (vol. 1) is two pages of general Career Centre information, and workshop, seminar descriptions. The newsletter grew to four pages of career advice and information with workshop descriptions.
This document appears to be an invoice and is dated August 2, 1849. It is from David Smith, "Silk and Woollen Dyer, Scourer, Hot Presser & C." to Mrs. William Thomas, wife of the noted architect who designed Oakham House. Smith's address on the invoice is 62 King Street West, "opposite the Baths". This document was retrieved from the Oakham House documentation file; there is no official accession. A photographic copy print was left in the file. Some restoration work, i.e. repair of tears, was performed. The document, however, remains fragile.
A scrapbook "William Thomas of Oakham House" containing news clippings, photographs, correspondence and committee records pertaining to Oakham House and the architect and original owner, William Thomas. This information was gathered and arranged by the donor, Ted Brock, the Senior Don of O'Keefe House. The documents have been removed and placed in an acid-free file folder.
This file contains the report "China Trip - report of the three week visit to the Beijing FIlm Academy by representatives of Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's Film and Photography Department, Elvino Sauro and Brian Damude', and related correspondence between Damude and Professor Zhou Chuang-ji - Editor of the Foreign Film Resource Center Beijing Film Academy.
File contains F. C. Jorgenson's documentation files. It includes memorandums, correspondence, a curriculum vitae, convocation documents from 1967 to 1969, policies, open letters, reports, the Ryerson Philosophy, drafts, programs, and a photograph.
File contains records related to the National Survival Institute. It includes newsletters, meeting minutes, agendas, correspondence, proposals, notices, brochures, publications, plans, reports, surveys, and a poster.
File contains documentation on Physical Plant Matters, Equipment, and Purchases. It includes correspondence, policies, quotations, a listing of band instruments, plans, and a list of long distance telephone calls.
The material in this collection has been separated into two files: File #1 (Committee Records): This file folder received from University Advancement consists of correspondence, agendas/minutes (both hand written and typed) of committee meetings, draft reports/recommendations and summary of recommendations. File #2 (Report/Recommendations/Responses).
One gift package given to Ryerson University by Lakehead University. Gift comes in a nylon carrying case and includes: 'A Northern Vision - The Development of Lakehead University' (hard cover book 1987); a ballpoint pen; a desk calendar; and a lapel pin.
A collection of 19 colourful and interesting gifts presented to Ryerson from foreign visitors during President Terence Grier's term of office.Items include: books, audio cassettes, medallions, a handpainted gourd, tie clip, lapel pin, picture frame, watercolour, silver tea/coffee server, framed artwork, and a portfolio/tote bag.
Included with Ryerson's brief to the Advisory Panel on Future Directions for Ontario's Postsecondary Education, is the government's discussion paper and the Advisory Panel's final report entitled, "Excellence, Accessibility, Responsibility - Summary and Recommendations", and issued in December, 1996.
File contains the Homophobia and Heterosexism Issues Advisory Committee records. It includes the committee's terms of reference, correspondence, a questionnaire, and a copy of "Prejudice to Pride - Attitudes Related to Homophobia & Heterosexism within the Ryerson Community: A Quantitative Study".
Six framed colour photographs of Ryerson's first principal and subsequent presidents and acting presidents. These are: Howard Kerr, Fred Jorgenson, Tony Wilkinson, Donald Mordell, George Korey and Walter Pitman.
File contains the senior management meeting and retreat records. It includes correspondence, requests, notes, summaries, meeting minutes, directions, agendas, publications, a case study, a report on the student experience, and funds.
The President's Newsletter, issued bi-annually, Spring and Fall, discussed updates and noteworthly events related to the school and faculty in a hardcopy format. It was discontinued as of October 19th, 2009 and replaced with the wholly digital, Ryerson Today.
File contains Student Services department files. It includes correspondence, agendas, memorandums, "Roomers: The Lost Race of Society", exchange program materials, committee descriptions and listings, and Student Services department listings and flow charts.
File contains general files. It includes correspondence, the history of the Ryerson and future projections, summaries, the address "Why Students Rebel", reports, and "The Real Egerton Ryerson" by Howard Adams.
RU Ryerson inaugural video contest occured in 2009. The idea behind the contest was initiated by President Sheldon Levy after he saw a similar contest at Waterloo University. The contest was student run with support from the President's office - donating the prize money for the top three videos.
This file consists of textual records and DVD from the 2009 and 2010 iteration of the RU Ryerson contest.
1.5 cm of textual records made up of consultant's report prepared for President Segal on The delivery of computing services to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, by E.C. Kehayas and N.A. Kelly of Thorne Stevenson & Kellogg and letter of transmital.