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UDO Award

This award is designed to recognize noteworthy contributions to the world of journalism by individuals outside the Ryerson community and nominations may be submitted by any full-time faculty member.

Second Look

This file contains Second Look, a look at recent editions of The Ryersonian - what was good and not so good, memorandums, clippings.

Canadian Armed Forces: Base Editors Course

Three files containing material pertaining to the Canadian Armed Forces "Base Editors Course" taught by the School of Journalism during the month of June. Also included with the documents are group photographs of the participants from 1992-1994.

Report Of Inquiry Into The Journalism Department

2 copies of "The Report of an Inquiry into the Department of Journalism at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute" September 1, 1970. This report was generated by the Department of Journalism at the request of the Office of the President (Mr. Donald L. Mordell).

Ryersonian assignment photographs

Because the School of Journalism no longer maintains a photo file "morgue" from which the Archives periodically received material, a short-term arrangement was reached whereby the Archives identifies selected RYERSONIAN photographs to be reproduced by the School of Journalism for the Archives Collection.
These copy prints, along with photocopies of the relevant printed RYERSONIAN photographs, are arranged in the Collection by academic year under the one sub-series number.

Scrapbooks: newsclippings

Three large newsprint scrapbooks containing clippings from the Daily Ryersonian.
Book 1 - September - December 1967
Book 2 January - March 1968
Book 3 September - November 1968
Book 4 January - March 1969

Videotapes: Ryewitness News

A collection, on videotape, of 15-minute annual compilations of scenes of Broadcast Journalism students at work. Includes mainly bloopers, brief interviews with students and faculty and general shots of the Ryerson Campus.

CUEW faculty

This file contains course descriptions and qualifications for part-time appointments, job postings, salary classification.

Atkinson Lectures - audio cassettes

Thirteen audio cassette recorded Atkinson Lectures ranging in dates between 1975 and 1985. The recordings were undertaken by Ryerson's Media Centre in LIB 72.
Recordings include:

RG 95.48.03.01 Harrison Salisbury - February 5, 1975
RG 95.48.03.02 Denis Cecil HIlls - September 30, 1975 [2 cassettes]
RG 95.48.03.03 Pierre Berton - January 20, 1976
RG 95.48.03.04 Frank Drea - April 4, 1978
RG 95.48.03.05 Seymour M. Hersh - October 19, 1983 [5 cassettes]
RG 95.48.03.06 Oakland Ross - October 16, 1984 [2 cassettes]
RG 95.48.03.07 Tape 2, 1985 [no speaker indicated]

Ryerson Media Centre

Atkinson Lectures - graphic material

File contains posters advertising the Atkinson Lecture series speakers. Included are posters for:

Ross Munro - December 4, 1974
Harrison E. Salisbury - February 5, 1975
Frank Drea - April 4, 1978
Donald Woods - November 30, 1978 [signed photograph attached to poster]
William Stevenson - March 29, 1979
Mark Harrison - November 26, 1979
Allan Fotheringham - October 27, 1980
John Fraser - February 16, 1981 (2)
Osborn Elliot - September 17, 1981
Rene Levesque - November 5, 1987 [Cancelled]
Michele Landsberg - February 18, 1990
Neil Reynolds - October 29, 1990
Marq de Villiers - October 31. 1991 (2)
Keith Spicer - February 20, 1992
Peter Mansbridge - October 5, 1992
John Sawatsky - November 4, 1994
Stevie Cameron - February 17, 1995
Kirk Makin - February 29, 1996
Todd Gitlin - March 8, 2000
Mark Starowicz - November 30, 2000
Kim Bolan - February 14, 2006

Atkinson Lectures - textual records

File contains textual related to the School of Journalism's Atkinson Lecture series. Included are transcripts of the lectures, invitations, one photograph of lecturer Denis Cecil Hills, correspondence, press releases, and flyers about the events.

Atkinson Lecture Series materials

The Atkinson Lecture series , established in 1974, came from a $50,000 grant obtained by Doug MacFarlane, then chairperson of the Journalism Department, from the Atkinson Foundation. The Atkinson Foundation was established to commemorate the late Joseph E. Atkinson, publisher of The Star from 1899-1948. The lecture series was intended to bring journalists to Ryerson to examine the role and relationships of media in today's society. The series, initially held twice a year, had its first lecture December 4, 1974.
Series contains materials created in relation to the lecture series. Included are posters, correspondence, and taped recordings of the lectures.

Reference file photographs

A collection of black and white prints weeded from Journalism photo files that have been sorted and arranged by subject. Photographs received through accession and were incorporated with RG 95.37 in order not to disturb the physical arrangement of collection records RG 95.6 and RG 95.8, and to avoid creating multiple finding aids. The bulk of this collection covers the 1980s and 1990s time periods.

RIT

This file contains Ryerson Daily News newsletter.

Speakeasy

This file contains 22 issues of Speakeasy publication, written and compiled by students of the Ryerson Journalism magazine course.

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