Articles by: Hayley Brauer

Ryerson student-entrepreneur bringing architectural ideas to life

Ryerson student-entrepreneur bringing architectural ideas to life

In honour of Global Entrepreneur week, The Ryersonian spoke with up-and-coming student entrepreneur Kevin Pu about his involvement in two architectural design programs – the Arch-App and the Augmented Reality in Development and Design (ARIDD) software. Despite being only in his first-year of the master of architecture program at Ryerson, 22-year-old Kevin Pu has already established a prominent presence in […]

Tyler MacKinnon expects his OSAP loans will be delayed each year. (Hayley Brauer / Ryersonian Staff)

OSAP washes hands of late fee fiasco

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities will introduce policies to align tuition payment deadlines with the Ontario Student Assistance Program’s disbursement date in 2014-15 to eliminate late fees. “This (policy) would give more time for students to pay, and better align the deadlines for tuition payment with the OSAP funding release dates,” said Gyula Kovacs, OSAP’s senior media relations […]

by Hayley Brauer· · News, Off Campus, On Campus, Top stories
Tyler MacKinnon expects his OSAP loans will be delayed each year. (Hayley Brauer / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson collections unaware of OSAP tardiness; students charged extra fees

  Ryerson credit and collections services has been charging students late fees, apparently unaware that OSAP funding was late to arrive. “We weren’t even aware that there was any tardiness in the remittance of OSAP to our students,” said Ryerson’s credit and collections services manager Doug Furchner in an email. Gyula Kovacs, the senior media relations and issues coordinator for the […]

Ryerson trio vital to receiving $3-million grant

Ryerson trio vital to receiving $3-million grant

Three Ryerson professors played an integral role in earning one of the largest grants in school history. Sepali Guruge, Josephine Wong and Souraya Sidani from the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing recieved a $3 million grant from the Movember Foundation. It was awarded for their investigative project focusing on reducing mental health stigma in Asian male communities in Canada. The […]

by Hayley Brauer· · Arts & Life, News, On Campus
Ryerson Nursing Professor Sepali Guruge is the head researcher of the mental illness stigma project that recieved a $3 million grant from the Movember Foundation.

Mo’ money: Ryerson nets $3-million Movember Foundation grant

The month of the moustache is days away,  but Ryerson is already reaping the benefits of the fundraising that goes along with it. The Movember Foundation awarded Ryerson a $3-million grant  on Wednesday that will help fund research that aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness in the Asian community. “This is one of the largest research grants Ryerson […]

by Hayley Brauer· · News, On Campus
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