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329 Church Street architectural pieces

Series consists of two architectural pieces, a wood mantlepiece and a stained glass window, removed from 329 Church Street before its demolition to make way for Ryerson's Architecture Building.

Stained glass window

Stained glass window in green painted window frame. Glass largely yellow with purple and blue shape in centre and red and other coloured round spots overall.

Student Experience Awards

The Student Experience Awards were held for the first time in 2016, when the department was amalgamated into the Registrar's office. Awards include University-wide student awards, Office of the Vice-President Student student leadership awards, Career Boost awards, Salad King International Student awards, Tri-mentoring Program awards, and the Dennis Mock Student Leadership Awards.
File contains 3 copies of the 2016 Student Experience Awards programmes. The awards were held Tuesday March 29, 2016 at the Chelsea Hotel.

Office of Student Awards and Scholarship

The office of Student Awards and Scholarships was created under the umbrella of the Registrar's office in November of 2015. It was originally part of the Office of Convocation and Awards (Ceremonials).
The fonds contains materials related to his new office.

Dawn Little retirement celebration materials

Memo regarding the retirement of Dawn Little and Two blue t-shirts with gold lettering “Dawn Little Fan Club” “Ryerson University” on the front. The t-shirts were handed out to guests at the retirement reception.

Newsletter

Newsletters created by the Office of the Registrar. File contains 2 copies of the 1st edition and 3 of the 2nd.

Records Seminar/Workshop

File contains one copy of the manual given to all attendees of the records seminar/workshop about the student records centre.

Registrar's Office records - 1970s

File contains correspondence, memorandums, and reports generated by the Registrar's office related to exams, grades, policies, registration, faculty, new hires and other topics.

Registrar's Office records - 1960s

File contains correspondence, memorandums, and reports generated by the Registrar's office related to exams, grades, policies, registration, convocation, and subject admissions.

Registrar's Office records - 1950s

File contains a series of numbered administrative notices/instructions sent to Ryerson staff/faculty from the Registrar. Also in the file is information/instructions for final examinations.

Registrar's Office records - 1940s

File contains a series of numbered administrative notices/instructions sent to Ryerson staff/faculty from the Registrar. Also in the file is information/instructions for final examinations.

Registrar's Office records - general

Sub-series (divided in to files by decade) contains correspondence, meeting minutes and other materials generated by/received by the Office of the Registrar. Some of the files contents may overlap with other files in the Administrative series.

Information for students

File contains information brochures, booklets, and correspondence regarding registration, course availability, grades, and graduation.

Personnel information

This file containing human resources related correspondence for faculty and staff at Ryerson Institute of Technology.

Academic administration procedures handbook: records and systems

This file contains Handbook prepared by Office of the Registrar that includes examination information, Grade cards template, Grade Correction forms template, Grade Report form template, Grade Report Correction form template, Application to Withdraw form, RPI Open College Grade Report, RPI Request for Transcript of Academic Record, RPI Fees Assessment form template, Course Credit Application Form template, Ryerson Student Record form, RPI Ontario Secondary School Exemption Form template, Application To Graduate Form template , RPI Graduate Document Reissue Request form template,

Admissions Bulletin/Procedures Manual

File contains admissions bulletins and procedures manuals for students applying to attend Ryerson. Similar information in also located in the Full-Time and Part-Time course calendars.

Publications

Series contains records published by the Registrar's office.
Included are course calendars, handbooks and other items.

Ryerson calendar extracts

An incomplete series of single booklets providing information about individual programs and courses offered at Ryerson. This information is also contained in the full 1950-1951 Ryerson Full-Time undergraduate calendar.

Part-time degree studies calendars

This file contains Part-time degree studies calendars.
2009/2010 last school year for printed calendars. Available online. Selective xerlox bound copies of the calendar are still printed and given to select departments within the University.

Full-Time Undergraduate Course Calendars

The first Ryerson Day School Calendar was published not as a single volume but as a series of individual booklets for each program. This reflected the experimental nature of the curriculum in the Institute's first year. Although the booklets are not officially dated, the "historical sketch" in each booklet confirms that the calendar set dates from 1948.
The Undergraduate Program Calendars are available in digital form on the Ryerson Web Site at https://www.ryerson.ca/calendar/ from 2010-2011 to the present calendar. As of 2010 / 2011 academic year, they will be available online ONLY.

Office of the Registrar

  • RG 184
  • Fonds

The Office of the Registrar fonds is currently under re-organization.

Ryersonian assignment photographs

The Journalism School stopped maintaining a file for previously used photographs, referred to a a "morgue" file, from which they donated photographs to the Archives for permanent preservation. To continue receiving these records, a short-term arrangement was reached whereby the Archives identified from the newspaper, The Ryersonian, which photographs were desirable, photocopied them and Journalism located the photographs, made copy prints, and sent them to the Archives. The transfer arrangement ended in 1999.

These copy prints are in the file with along with photocopies of the relevant RYERSONIAN article photographs,

The Ryersonian newspaper

Bound and loose copies of the Ryersonian newspapers from 1948 until 2020. Access copies available for consultation in the Archives and Special Collections reading room.
As of Winter 2020 the Ryersonian newspaper went to an online format only because of the Covid 19 pandemic. It is yet to be determined if they will continue to put out a hardcopy newspaper.
In May of 2021 a renaming committee recommended that the names of both the Ryersonian and the Ryerson Review of Journalism should be changed. The School Council unanimously approved these motions. In July, the School reached out to community members with a renaming form, encouraging them to submit their ideas for new names. In September 2021 the name was changed on "On the Record".
These changes are in line with the University's announcement of its intention to change the name of the University in time for the 2022-2023 school year. This change was one of 22 recommendations put forward by the Standing Strong Taskforce whose mandate was to to develop principles to guide commemoration at the university and to respond to the history and legacy of Egerton Ryerson within the context of the university’s values.

The Ryersonian Newspaper

  • RG 704
  • Fonds
  • 1966 - 1978

The newspaper, formerly known as the Ryersonian will now be known as On The Record. In May of 2021 a renaming committee recommended that the names of both the Ryersonian and the Ryerson Review of Journalism should be changed. The School Council unanimously approved these motions. In July, they reached out to community members with a renaming form. On September 7, 2021 the name was changed to On the Record.

These changes are in line with the University's announcement of its intention to change the name of the University in time for the 2022-2023 school year. This change was one of 22 recommendations put forward by the Standing Strong Taskforce whose mandate was to to develop principles to guide commemoration at the university and to respond to the history and legacy of Egerton Ryerson within the context of the university’s values.

Review of Journalism

Started in the Spring of 1984 as a yearly publication by the School of Journalism, it became a twice yearly publication in 1995 with Spring and Summer editions. In 2011 it switched to summer and winter editions. In 2013 the RRJ began publishing only one edition again. The editors of the journal are all Ryerson Students.

In May of 2021 a renaming committee recommended that the names of both the Ryersonian and the Ryerson Review of Journalism should be changed. The School Council unanimously approved these motions. Ryerson was removed from the name of the magazine.

These changes are in line with the University's announcement of its intention to change the name of the University in time for the 2022-2023 school year. This change was one of 22 recommendations put forward by the Standing Strong Taskforce whose mandate was to to develop principles to guide commemoration at the university and to respond to the history and legacy of Egerton Ryerson within the context of the university’s values.

School of Journalism

First Edition Photobook Award

  • 2015.004
  • Collection
  • 2014-2018

Collection contains books created by the winners of the First Edition Book Award. The Award was established to honor 3rd year photography students who have made exceptional achievements in photobook production. It provides incentive for them to achieve early recognition that will have a lasting legacy in our collection.

As part of MPS507, a 3rd year Image Arts class in The Photographic Book, students are expected to conceive of and create their own book. This is, in part, related to work that has been completed in the co-requisite class, MPS506 - Photographic Production. These are both required courses for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Image Arts) Photography Studies Option.

The Award was established in 2015, enabling the Library to annually purchase the top five books in the class, as judged by the professor, and the Special Collections Librarian. Books are judged at the year end exhibition of the books and evaluation is focused particularly on design, sequencing, and integration of images and text.

Winning books are catalogued in the Ryerson Library system, including a note about the award, and housed in Special Collections. Occasional exhibits are created to showcase the works.

2015 Winners:
Rebecca Zynomirski, Sheila's Tropical Vacation (Toronto: Rebecca Zynomirski, 2014). TR655.Z96 2014
Lodoe Laura Haines, Stateless / Photographs by Lodoe Laura, forward by Tashi Wangdi (Toronto: Lodoe Laura, 2014).
Evan Hutchinson, 43.7000 79.4000 (Toronto: Evan Hutchinson, 2014).
Lucy Lu, Memories of Nowhere : A book by Lucy Lu (Toronto: Lucy Lu, 2014).
Imogen Wallis-Mayer, An Ambiguous Form (Toronto, Imogen Wallis-Mayer, 2014).
Emily Pleasance, My Relative Life : A Mapping of Memories (Toronto, Emily Pleasance, 2014)
Kristina Smith, Orillia: A Photographic Exploration (Toronto, Kristina Smith, 2013).

2016 Winners:
Andrea Chartrand, Save As. (Toronto: Andrea Chartrand, 2015).
Kayla Blaze Kelley, Dear Dad. (Toronto: Kayla Blaze Kelley, 2015).
Mina Markovic, Komlikovani Identiteti. (Toronto: Mina Markovic, 2015).
Terence Reeves, Looking Outside Looking In. (Toronto: Terence Reeves, 2015).
Gabriel Steele, Jackson. (Toronto: Gabriel Steele, 2015).
Alia Youssef, Self-portraits of my Family in our Backyard. (Toronto: Alia Youssef, 2015).

2017 Winners:
Adrian Walton-Cordeiro – Contesse De Bertren
Ailene Devries – Two Cities and a River
Fehn Foss – Remembering, Faring
Julia Garnet – Elements
Feline Gerhardt – About Mankind and the Attempt to Increase Significance
Warren Rynkun – The Yard

2018 Winers:
After Grapefruit, Clea Christakos-Gee
Untitled, Raelene Giffin
In Nocte, Rafaela Conde
In the Water, Lisa McElroy
9869518588, Heather Rattray
Home and Glory, Kalen Huxhan
It’s Good Once You Get There, Hayley Wilsdon

2019 Winners
How to Run Away, Lucy Alguire
Istanbul, Neha Bokhari
Urban Drift, Bahar Kamali
Cowboy, Austen Ambraska
Shallow Season, Ally Ambler
Overdressed, Jared Miller

2020 Winners
Metamorphosis by Julie Ng, 2019
Interplay of light by Jordana Petruccelli, 2019
Biotypes by Gabrielle Tyrie, 2019
Two minutes of Progress Avenue by Austin Wadell, 2019
The disposable Glitch series by Teagan Lopes, 2019
Surveillance culture by Yarden Haddie, 2019

2021 Winners
My Mennonite Mother, by Sarah Bauman, 2020
No, You, by Freida Wang, 2020
You, the Light & Nothing Else, by Christina Oyawale, 2020
Right Here, Right Now, by Dein Squires-Rouse, 2020
Mapping Colour, by Abygail De Leon, 2020
Plant Kingdom, by Zongzhe Cai, 2020

Messages of protest at former site of Egerton Ryerson statue

File contains photographs taken on campus of spray painted messages related to Egerton Ryerson and his role in Residential Schools in Canada. The messages were created in response to the discovery of the remains of 215 children at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School located on the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation. On June 6, 2021 after a march and rally in Toronto, the statue of Egerton Ryerson was pulled down. The plinth it sat on was later removed by the University.
The photographs were commissioned by the Office of the President and were taken after the statue was pulled down and the plinth was removed. The photographs are of the messages of protest that were spray painted and chalked on the walls of Kerr Hall, the sidewalk and road in front of where the statue was located, on the stones in Lake Devo, and on the walkways in the Kerr Hall Quadrangle. There are also photographs of the areas around where the messages were located - Gould Street and the Kerr Hall Quadrangle.

Stef & Ethan

Inuit Family by Fort Magnesia, Cape Sabine, Ellesmere Land

This item contains a stereograph part of Keystone View Company's series (negative number V13334, number 390 from series 400). It shows three individuals, two seated and one standing, inside of a dwelling. The verso of the card has stereotypical information on Inuit culture and life in Ellesmere Island, Nunavut. The text on the stereograph uses outdated and offensive terminology to describe the people in the image.

Keystone View Company

BRIEFING NOTES newsletter

This file contains issues of, "Briefing Notes, The Newsletter of the Ryerson Public Administration Program". It was written primarily by faculty to students, however, students did contribute as well, keeping them abreast of matters around public administration and events.

Distance Education - Health Issues Conference

File contains photographs and negatives of the Distance Education Health Issues Conference held at Ryerson Polytechnic University. Photographs include images of various participants and conference attendees.

Ryerson Media Centre

Seniors - Act II studio

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnic University's Seniors Act II Studio. Photographs include head shots of members and of a rehearsals for a show.

Ryerson Media Centre

Fashion

Different photos from fashion shows that the fashion department presented (1975-1985). Included are photographs from "No Respect" (1985).

Information Services

Front pages from the Ryersonian (1973), formatted and put together as a collage. A person (Michael Hamilton, 1975) from Film and Photography adjusting his Pentax camera shooting a scene. Both photographs were used as cover images for Technikos Magazine - Collage for the Autumn 1973 edition, and Michael Hamilton (with corresponding story) in the Spring, 1975 edition.

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