Post Tagged with: "development"

Ryerson student Spencer Crook, on exchange in the Netherlands. (Courtesy Nora Sutton, Wageningen University)

Exchange brings Dutch water technology home

Ryerson Urban Water (RUW), a multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers focusing on water solutions for cities, hopes its new partnership with Wageningen University can encourage the adoption of progressive water solutions at Ryerson. Spencer Crook is an environmental science management master’s student at Ryerson and is currently on exchange in the Netherlands at Wageningen University. He said that he […]

by Jordan Mady· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Lead designer from Perkins + Will, Andrew Fontini, surveys one of the models at Public Space Rules, a show on display in the architecture building.

Architecture school provides early look at Church St. Development

Weeks after the opening of the Student Learning Centre, students can get a sneak peak at the next feat of architecture set to grace Ryerson’s campus. The Church St. Development is slated to begin construction this summer, around two years after initial planning on the project began. The vision for the new building is currently on display as a show […]

by Sean Wetselaar· · News, On Campus
Church Street Development to house labs, tech and community services

Church Street Development to house labs, tech and community services

Ryerson’s Church Street Development project will be home to some of the most updated research technologies in Canada. President Sheldon Levy unveiled the detailed plan on Oct. 22 for the mixed-use facility, which will be located on Church Street just north of Dundas. Set to open in fall 2018, the 27-storey educational and residential facility will not only be the new […]

by Hye-Jee Yoo· · career, education, News, On Campus, students
Playing with dolls instead of  joining sports teams like his cousins was helpful to Bryan's development.  Courtesy Bryan Sparrow

Choosing Barbie over Hot Wheels

Growing up on the Musqueam Indian Reserve in Vancouver, I was surrounded by my dad’s huge extended family: nine aunts and uncles and 21 first cousins. Out of the latter, I spent nearly every day with Josh, Malcolm and Clarke. Born within a year of one another, we were best friends before we could even walk or talk. While being […]

by Bryan Sparrow· · Opinion, Voices