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Classes canned for Congress 2017

Congress 2017 Ryerson won the bid to host Congress,  but the week-long event could cost students their classes. In 2017, Ryerson University will host the 86th annual Congress of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. The dean of the Faculty of Arts, Pamela Sugiman, hosted two town halls this fall to inform the Ryerson community about Congress 2017. […]

by Anna-Kaye Evans· · News, On Campus
(Courtesy of Martin Brigden)

Helping Rye veterans get back to school

Chris Munro spent a good portion of his life either in the military or as a blue collar worker; he thought of himself as a physical man. After returning to civilian life, he wanted to get back into school but didn’t know where to start. This is where Bridges to Ryerson came in. It is a program operated through Ryerson’s […]

by Michal Stolarczyk· · News
Ovais Ahmed, head of Ryerson's veterans alumni group, wants to help support ex-military students. (Charlotte Arnold/Ryersonian Staff)

Ex-soldier helping others transition to civilian and student life at Ryerson

A former soldier wants to help others translate their military experience into civilian skills.

by Charlotte Arnold· · education, News, On Campus, students
Chang School launches TED talk-style conference

Chang School launches TED talk-style conference

(Video produced by Ashani Jodha)  The Chang School wants to talk about the next step in education. The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education has launched ChangSchoolTalks 2015, their own version of TED Talks. Their first event was held on Feb. 19, titled Digital Learning Reimagined. Six speakers took to the stage to discuss trends in educational technology and […]

by Sharnelle Kan· · News, On Campus
The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 29

The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 29

            The Ryersonian weekly wrap is a news audio series produced by senior students in the School of Journalism in Toronto. It features weekly news from ryersonian.ca and from the Canadian University Press.     This week on The Ryersonian weekly wrap,  we bring you a special extended episode cataloguing news from the past two weeks. Our top […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Audio, Podcasts, Top stories
Live Blog: Digital Learning Reimagined

Live Blog: Digital Learning Reimagined

On Feb. 19, Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is launching its inaugural ChangSchoolTalks 2015. “Digital Learning Reimagined” will explore the evolution of technology in academia and how educators and students can use technology to their advantage. Industry experts will be sharing their ideas on the latest advances in technology-enhanced education. Speakers include: Audrey Watters, education technology […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Panel explores the stylish side of technology

Panel explores the stylish side of technology

The recent explosion of fashionable smartwatches and headwear have proven that not all wearable technology has to look like it belongs in a science-fiction movie. A panel discussion hosted by Ryerson University’s Chang School of Continuing Education last week explored how wearable devices, or electronics incorporated into clothing and fashion accessories, are changing their aesthetic to look more appealing for […]

by Jessica Murray· · News, On Campus
Live Blog: Wearable Technology: Practical and Fashionable? Panel

Live Blog: Wearable Technology: Practical and Fashionable? Panel

Despite what some consumers may believe, not all wearable devices have to look like they belong in a science-fiction movie. With the recent wearable technology trend seeing the creation of Google Glass and the Apple Watch, developers are addressing how these devices can become more fashionable and the trends that are influencing them. This panel discussion hosted by Ryerson University’s G. […]

by Jessica Murray· · Live Blog, News
Chang school program helps internationally trained doctors find work

Chang school program helps internationally trained doctors find work

Last Monday marked the start of a new semester at Ryerson, but for 14 students at the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, it also marked the start of a new beginning. The internationally trained medical doctors (ITMD) bridging program began last week as a first-of-its kind program in Ontario to integrate international medical graduates into the Canadian health […]

by Sharnelle Kan· · News, Top stories
Marie Bountrogianni, the Dean of the Change School,l  was named one of most influential  of Waterloo graduates.

Dean of Chang School named one of most influential University of Waterloo grads

The CBC has named Ryerson’s Marie Bountrogianni one of ten most influential and innovative University of Waterloo graduates. Bountrogianni is currently the dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education. She graduated from Waterloo in 1979 with a degree in psychology with specialization in early childhood education. “It felt really good that so many years later, I was […]

by Jessica Defreitas· · career, News, On Campus
A discount will be offered to further 'engage' Ryerson alumni, one spokesperson said.

Chang School offers $100 discount to Ryerson alumni

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is offering recent Ryerson alumni $100 off the cost of non-degree credit courses. The discount will apply to recent graduates who attended Ryerson any year from 2006 on. “This is something that we have been wanting to do for a while,” said Elaine Lam, the director of business development and strategic planning […]

by Rachel Surman· · News, On Campus
G. Raymond Chang honoured in Jamaica

G. Raymond Chang honoured in Jamaica

  Gladstone Raymond Chang, Ryerson University’s third chancellor and the namesake of The Chang School for Continuing Education was honoured and remembered in Jamaica on Monday. The Mustard Seed Communities, a Jamaican NGO for children with developmental disabilities, hosted a breadfruit tree planting ceremony in memory of the Jamaican-born, Chinese-Canadian who was a benefactor of the MSC. Chang, a businessman, […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News
David Collenette, appointed as distinguished visiting scholar. (Courtesy Ryerson University)

Former minister of transportation Ryerson’s newest distinguished visiting fellow

David Collenette has been appointed distinguished visiting fellow at the Chang School of Continuing Education and the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science at Ryerson. Over a one-year term, Collenette will share his expertise as a former senior business adviser and a member of Parliament. Marie Bountrogianni, the interim dean of the Chang School, says she supports the provost’s appointment […]

by Christina Ciddio· · Business, News, On Campus, Top stories