Ryerson University--School of Image Arts



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File contains correspondence from John Kitamura, Don Snyder, and Donald Gillies. Topics include paid leaves, course loading, and reference letters.


File contains a three separate proposals written by Robert Scott. The first is 2 pages of handwritten notes of promotion strategies in developing the Media Studies program in Film and Photography. The second is a 2 page proposal written for Brian Damude, the Chair of Image Arts at the time, asking to remain as primary exchange manager for ECCIS after retirement; to have Image Arts develop and implement the interdisciplinary course "Communication and Communities" for Applied Arts and Community Services (project developed but not implemented); and to remain the Chair of the Development Communication Group post retirement. The third is a proposal for a Graduate Studies degree in New Media, which was proposed but not realized.

Scott, Robert B.

Media and Communication course brochure

Three brochures for the Photographic Arts Media and Communication course (PTM023-033-043) offered from July 5-July 24 1982(?) at Ryerson's Blue Mountain Lodge. The course counted as a credit towards the students Photographic Arts degree. Robert Scott designed, organized and helped teach the three week course.

Euro-Canadian Consortium for Communication and Intercultural Studies program

The Euro-Canadian Consortium for Communication and Intercultural Studies (ECCIS) program, which ceased to be in 2000, was a 10 university consortium that allowed faculty and students from the member universities the chance to do an exchange. Ryerson was one of 5 Canadian Universities that took part. Robert Scott was the Exchange Manager at Ryerson between 1996-2000. It functioned in conjunction with the Office of International Affairs at Ryerson.
The file contains correspondence, and other information relating to the consortium. The majority of the records pertain to the the visits of three faculty members from consortium members. There is correspondence and planning materials related to Professor Hanne Longreen, Department of Communication, Roskilde University, Denmark visit to Ryerson in October of 1999. There is correspondence, curriculum vitaes, a reports, and newsletters related to Professor Giovanni Bechelloni and his wife Professor Millie Buonanno from the University of Florence.
Also included in the file is the letter written by Robert Scott to the University seeking support to have Ryerson join the consortium and correspondence to and from Robert Scott about the winding down of the program in 2000.