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Richard S. Budny fonds

  • F 425
  • Fonds
  • 1990

This fonds contains the following file:

F 425.1 - Papers, 1990.

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

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.

Robert A. Guerriere fonds

  • F 560
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Robert B. Gwilliam fonds

  • F 461
  • Fonds
  • 1962

Fonds contains a book co-authored by Robert Gwilliam.

Gwilliam, Robert B.

Robert Crow fonds

  • F 423
  • Fonds
  • 1977 - 1990

This fonds contains the following files:

F 423.1 - Papers, 1990.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 423.2 - Studies, 1989.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 423.3 - Personal Correspondence With City Of Toronto Officials, 1987.
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 423.4 - Course/Lecture Notes:URB 531/631 Planning Theory I/II, 1977-80.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 423.5 - Computing At Ryerson: Reports, Proposals, Plans, 1982-83.
Restricted

F 423.6 - Ryerson Business Card:Senior Advisor On AcadComputing, n.d.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Robert Cumming fonds

  • F 197
  • Fonds
  • 1984

This fonds contains the following files:

F 197.1 - Chemical Contaminants In Food, 1984.

F 197.2 - Focus Groups As A Tool In Food Product Development 1984.

Cumming, Robert

Robert E. Beam fonds

  • F 232
  • Fonds
  • 1971

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

Beam, Robert E.

Robert Fulford fonds

  • F 509
  • Fonds
  • 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

Robert G. Ward fonds

  • F 788
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Robert Gardner fonds

  • F 578
  • Fonds
  • 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

Robert Greenberg fonds

  • F 198
  • Fonds
  • 1985

Fonds consists of a leaflet advertising an exhibition of Greenberg's paintings.

Greenberg, Robert

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

Robert Hackborn Fonds

  • 2012.005
  • Fonds
  • 194? - 2004

Records: [textual ; graphic ; photographic; audio visual; artifacts ; publications]

194? - 2004 : 36 Bankers boxes and 23 map cabinet drawers.

The Robert Hackborn fonds contains the records that Mr. Hackborn generated during the course of his television production career and maintained at his private residence after his retirement in 1993. This includes documentation going back to Mr. Hackborn's youth and earliest professional days. The research value of the records in this fonds is significant as it relates to the history of Canadian television production, and the specific programs that Mr. Hackborn contributed to. As an example, the fonds contains photographic and textual documentation of the earliest stages of the show development process for the important children's television programs Mr. Dressup and Mr. Rogers Neighbourhood. The fonds also contains extensive documentation of the creative processes behind the development of Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock, including images of, and correspondence with Mr. Henson.
During his career, Mr. Hackborn was also responsible for the execution of a very large collection of photographs that document the processes of working on a television set. With a professionally trained eye for composition and his camera, Mr. Hackborn systematically documented the television production process of the shows that he worked on. As a result of this work, the Robert Hackborn Fonds contains an impressive collection of this photographic documentation, which should serve as a valuable resource for future academics looking into the history of Canadian cultural output. Note on arrangement: This Robert Hackborn Fonds has been arranged in a manner that pays as much respect to the concept of Original Order as practically possible. Although the collection has been separated into Series based on General Material Designation in the finding aid and database, the physical arrangement of the collection remains identical to the manner in which Hackborn organized and stored his records, except where issues of physical size made such arrangement impossible. The oversized materials in this collection have therefore been arranged and stored in map cabinets designed to accommodate their physical dimensions. In addition, there is a small collection of oversized objects that have been stored on shelves above the collection owing to their size.
Access: There are no restrictions on access to this collection. Researchers must schedule an appointment with Ryerson Archives & Special Collections in order to view the records, and no records are permitted to leave the reading room or to be loaned out.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Robert Murray fonds

  • F 625
  • Fonds
  • 1995

Fonds consists of an article authored by Murray.

Murray, Robert

Robert Teigrob fonds

  • F 955
  • Fonds
  • 2009

Fonds consists of 1 monograph authored by Robert Teigrob, published by the University of Toronto Press in 2009. Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Teigrob, Robert

Roberts Freimuts fonds

  • F 180
  • Fonds
  • 1978

Fonds consists of a film created by Roberts Freimuts.

Freimuts, Roberts

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

Roly Salvas fonds

  • F 367
  • Fonds
  • 1853-2000

Fonds contains items created and collected by Roly Salvas. It has been divided into 3 series - Papers, Invitations, and Canadian Institute Journals.

Ron Goldsmith fonds

  • F 638
  • Fonds
  • 1987

Ron M. Goldsmith is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Geographic Analysis at Ryerson University. Goldsmith earned his BSc from the University of Saskatchewan and his MA from York University, Toronto. He taught at Ryerson from 1971 to 2004. In 1991, Goldsmith served on the university executive committee, placed in charge of curriculum and academic standards. In 2000, Goldsmith was named Ryersonian of the Year in recognition of outstanding service to the University.

Fonds consists of a paper authored by Goldsmith.

Goldsmith, Ron

Ron Keast fonds

  • F 88
  • Fonds
  • 1986

This fonds contains the following files:

F88.1 - The Role of Satellites in the Canadian Broadcasting System, 1986.

F88.2 - The Role of the Provinces in Public Broadcasting, 1986.

Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

Keast, Ron

Ron Keeble fonds

  • F 100
  • Fonds
  • 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

Ron Shirtliff fonds

  • F 586
  • Fonds
  • [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.

Ron Stagg fonds

  • F 119
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1998

Fond contain various articles and booklets authored by Stagg.

Stagg, Ron

Ron Taber fonds

  • F 135
  • Fonds
  • 1960 - 1993

This fonds contains the following files:

F 135.01 - Speeches and Lectures, 1986-90.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 135.02 - Conductor's Baton: The Band and ROW, 1966.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 135.03 - The Ryerson Band, Band Instruments, 1967-68.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 135.04 - Certificate From National Assoc. Student Personnel...., 1993.
Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

F 135.05 - Photographs, 1960s-70s.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

F 135.06 - Lapel Pin, n.d.
Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.

Ronald Conrad fonds

  • F 172
  • Fonds

Fonds contains books and manuscript for book written by Ronald Conrad.

Conrad, Ronald

Ronald Pearce fonds

  • F 696
  • Fonds
  • 1955

Ronald Graham Pearce (1935 - 1997) was born in Saint John, New Brunswick. Pearce graduated from Ryerson with a Diploma in Electronic Technology in 1955. While attending Ryerson, he was a member of the Ryeham Radio Club and an associate member of the Institute of Radio Engineers. After graduation, Pearce completed a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at the University of New Brunswick. Following completion of this degree, he worked for Sinclair Labs, then Bell Telephone in Montreal, before spending the majority of his career as a Network Planner with NB Tel.

Fonds consists of photographs taken while Pearce was a student at Ryerson.

Pearce, Ronald

Ronald Poole fonds

  • F 783
  • Fonds
  • 1959

Ronald Leslie Poole was a student at Ryerson from 1959 to 1964 and graduated with a diploma in Radio and Television Arts. During this time, Poole worked part-time at both the CFRA Radio Station in Ottawa and at CBC Toronto. After graduation from Ryerson, Poole completed a Bachelor of Arts and Master's degree of Social Work. In 1974, Poole returned to Ryerson as a professor in the Department of Social Services (later the Department of Social Work). Poole held this position until 1982, acting as the department's Assistant Chairman for 4 of the 8 years during which he was a faculty member.

Fonds consists of memoribilia Poole collected while a student at Ryerson.

Poole, Ronald

Ronald Warner fonds

  • F 501
  • Fonds
  • 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

Rosemarie Volpe fonds

  • F 314
  • Fonds
  • 1989 - 1990

This fonds contains publications authored by Rosemarie Volpe.

Volpe, Rosemarie

Ross F. Robins fonds

  • F 289
  • Fonds
  • [196?]

This fonds contains the following files:

F 289.1 - Brief to Principal Jorgenson regarding Ryerson expansion, 1966.

F 289.2 - Photographs, 1960s.

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

Robins, Ross F.

Ross Macnaughton fonds

  • F 483
  • Fonds
  • 1988

Fonds contains the Sumquest survey research software package.

Macnaughton, Ross

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

Ruth E. Gregory fonds

  • F 268
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1968

Fonds contains records related to Ruth Gregory's career at Ryerson.

Gregory, Ruth E.

Rye Goodyear fonds

  • F 847
  • Fonds
  • 1998

Fonds consists of a magazine containing two short articles authored by Goodyear.

Goodyear, Rye

Ryeham Radio Club

  • RG 441
  • Fonds
  • 1953 - ?

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

Ryerson Catholic Chaplaincy Centre

  • RG 932
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Ryerson Centre

  • RG 457
  • Fonds
  • 1966 - 2006

Ryerson Centre

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.

Ryerson Communication and Design Society

  • RG 951
  • Fonds
  • 2012-2019

Fonds consists of projects completed as extra curricular activities by student groups within the Faculty of Communication and Design or in some cases, includes students across the school's student body.

Ryerson Darts Club

  • RG 381
  • Fonds
  • 1980-1987

The trophies and the plaque were awarded at darts tournaments. One trophy is for the Ryerson Alumni dart championship.

Ryerson Darts Club

Ryerson Opera Workshop

  • RG 718
  • Fonds
  • 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

Ryerson Press Collection

  • 2017.014
  • Collection
  • 1862-1997

Collection contains books published by Ryerson Press in Toronto between 1862 and 1971. Subjects include educational texts and guides, Canadian history, religion, fiction and poetry. The collection also includes 3 boxes of records from Ryerson Press, including authors contracts, correspondence, and memorandums.

The Ryerson Press

Ryerson Student Nutrition Action Committee

  • RG 912
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Ryerson Taskforce on Anti-Racism

  • RG 920
  • Fonds

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.

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.

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

Sam Mikhail fonds

  • F 528
  • Fonds
  • 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

Sandra McBride fonds

  • F 391
  • Fonds
  • 1991-1996

Fonds contains articles written and studies conducted by Sandra McBride.

McBride, Sandra

Sandy Zwyer fonds

  • F 118
  • Fonds
  • 1977

This fonds contains reel to reel audio tapes recorded and donated by Zwyer of a seminar featuring Ian Patterson held at Ryerson in 1977

Zwyer, Sandy

Sannu Mölder fonds

  • F 549
  • Fonds
  • 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

Sara Katz fonds

  • F 49
  • Fonds
  • 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

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

School of Accounting and Finance

  • RG 954
  • Fonds
  • 2012

Fonds contains records from the School of Accounting and Finance, part of the Ted Rogers School of Management. Financial management was offered through the business department at Ryerson Polytechnical Institiute starting in 1965. In 1970, Accounting and Finance was instituted as a study option under Business Administration, a part of the Business Division of the college. A diploma was offered beginning in 1973, and a Bachelor in Business Managment (BBM) from 1989. Renamed as the Accounting option in 1995, the degree awarded became a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) in 1999, 7 years after Ryerson officially became a university. The Faculty of Business was established in 2005, offering Accounting as a major. The faculty was renamed the Ted Rogers School of Management in 2008, and the new school of Accounting and Finance opened in 2013, offering majors in both Accounting and Finance.

Timeline:
Financial Management, Business: 1965-1960
Financial Management Option, Business Aministration: 1960-1970
Accounting Finance Option, Business Division: 1970-1996 (Dipl, 1973-1988; Dipl OR BBM, 1989-1996)
Accounting option, Business Managment: 1996- (Dipl OR BBM, 1996-1997; BBM, 1997-1999; BComm, 1999-2000)
Accounting Major, Business Management: 2000- (BComm)
Accounting Major, Business Management, Faculty of Business: 2000-2008 (BComm)
Accounding Major, Business Management, Ted Rogers School of Management: 2008-2013 (BComm)
Accounting & Finance Major, School of Accounting and Finance, Ted Rogers School of Managment: 2013- (BComm)

School of Child and Youth Care

  • RG 854
  • Fonds
  • 1984 - ?

Ryerson is the only university in Ontario offering a degree in Child and Youth Care (as of 2015), which it does through The School of Child and Youth Care.
This fonds includes 13 cm of textual records, including graphic promotional materials, letters, and two handbooks. It also contains one book (62 p).

School of Disability Studies

  • RG 817
  • Fonds
  • 1999-

This fonds consists of materials related to the School of Disability Studies.

School of Disability Studies

School of Distance Education

  • RG 791
  • Fonds
  • 1965-

This record group consists of records related to the School of Distance Education. Included are various administrative materials, published materials, and sound recordings.

School of Distance Education

School of Early Childhood Studies

  • RG 187
  • Fonds
  • 1957 - 2015

The school changed its name from the School of Early Childhood Education to its present name in 2012.

School of Fashion

  • RG 216
  • Fonds
  • 1912 - ?

Towards the end of World War II, the Training and Re-Establishment Institute, Toronto (T.R.I.T.) was established in the existing Toronto Normal School buildings to provide rehabilitation training to the men and women who served in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Fashion was one of the sixty programs offered at T.R.I.T. Sarah W. Murdoch, who had planned the original Fashion course, received permission from Dr. Howard H. Kerr to revise the program for the Fall of 1948 and the new Ryerson Institute of Technology. A two-year Diploma course in Costume Design, which included two four-week job training periods, produced the first graduating class in June 1950.
From 1950-1960, the program went through a number of changes, the biggest being in 1958 when Fashion came under the umbrella of "Women's programs," which also consisted of Home Economics and Pre-School Education. All courses and content had to meet the requirements of the Home Economics Division of the Department of Education. The program had originally been set up to include male and female students, but its new emphasis on Home Economics discouraged many men from applying.
The Fashion program remained under Home Economics until 1970, when the Home Economics Department was removed from the Division of Applied Arts. The Fashion Department objected to this move and was subsequently granted permission to remain in the Applied Arts Division. As a result, a brand new three-year program was developed for students for the Fall of 1970, with two specialization options: Design and Merchandising. The program became so popular that enrollment was limited by 1972.
In 1973 Jen Nemeth, Department Chairman, implemented changes to validate the program as a four-year undergraduate degree, an undertaking supported by Nemeth's successor, Bill Vine. The Fashion Department put forth a proposal for the degree program to Ryerson’s Standards Committee in March 1981 and then to Academic Council that October, with the intention that first-year applicants to the degree program would start in September 1982. However, due to the Ministry of College and University's freeze on all new undergraduate programs, the proposal was deferred. The program finally received its degree status in March 1985, making it the first (and, for many years, only) fashion undergraduate degree program in Canada. The first Bachelor of Applied Arts degree class graduated in 1986, which consisted of third-year diploma students who had chosen to remain for a fourth year.
A few program adjustments occurred over the next 30 years, including changes in requirements, option names, and discipline names. In addition, the School of Fashion moved to the Faculty of Communication & Design (FCAD). Starting in 2004, Fashion shifted from granting Applied Arts degrees to Bachelor of Design degrees (in Fashion Design or Fashion Communication), retroactive to 2003.
In Fall 2010, Ryerson introduced an innovative two-year program leading to a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Fashion. This program is the first of its kind offered in Canada. A minor in Fashion Studies was made available the following year to students not enrolled in the Fashion program.

Information acquired from:
"History of Fashion Program" in "The Department of Design and Merchandising Degree Proposal" (1982) http://www.ryersonfashion.ca/ (Last accessed February 2015) http://mafashion.ryerson.ca/ (Last accessed February 2015) http://mafashion.ryerson.ca/program-overview (Last accessed February 2015)
LinkedIn profile (Last accessed February 2015)
clippings file

Record group contains records by the School of Fashion as of 1950 that relate to fashion shows, meeting minutes and reports, degree proposals and other academic material, promotional material, documentation on special events and projects, and photographs. Includes textual records; black-and-white and colour photographic prints, slides, and negatives; posters; VHS videocassettes; DVDs; and data CDs.

School of Fashion

School of Health Services Management

  • RG 860
  • Fonds
  • 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.

School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

  • RG 89
  • Fonds
  • [1950]-2015

Fonds contains materials relating to all aspects of the Hospitality program at Ryerson. There are materials from the beginning of the program in 1951 and every decade since its inception but the majority of the materials date from 1970s and 1980s. Included are objects, photographs, audio-visual materials, graphic and textual materials.
The fonds has been divided into nine series based on topic, material or purpose. They are:
RG 89.001 Ryer's Inn
RG 89.002 Photographs
RG 89.003 Trinidad and Tobago Hotel School
RG 89.004 Program Information files
RG 89.005 Facilities
RG 89.006 Publications
RG 89.007 Conferences, seminars, workshops and courses
RG 89.008 Administrative Records
RG 89.009 Student Related records

Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

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

School of Nutrition

  • RG 303
  • Fonds
  • 1950 - ?

Fonds includes archival records related to the Ryerson School of Nutrition.

School of Occupational and Public Health

  • RG 219
  • Fonds
  • 1952-2012

The fonds consists of materials from the School of Occupational and Public Health. Included are materials from all phases of the School's evolution - Sanitary Inspector's Course, Public Health Department, Environmental Health to the present day School of Occupational and Public Health.
Materials include photographs, correspondence, papers and promotional materials.

School of Occupational and Public Health

School of Retail Management

  • RG 772
  • Fonds
  • 1998-

This fonds consists of materials related to the School of Retail Management.

Ted Rogers School of Retail Management

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

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