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Ryerson students must agree to the university's terms and conditions before taking the faculty course surveys. (Photo by Angela McLean)

Faculty surveys reveal race and gender biases

When Ryerson students fill out surveys to evaluate their instructors each semester, female faculty are often subject to a disproportionate amount of racist and sexist criticism.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
Faculty have been on strike for almost a week now, marching around George Brown College, St. James campus. Holding signs that promote fair employment opportunities. (Natasha Hermann)

Back to the picket line: Striking faculty reject college council’s latest offer

Ontario’s striking college faculty, including those in Ryerson’s collaborative nursing program, rejected an offer from the College Employers Council on Tuesday—sending them back to the picket line.

Eighty-six per cent of the 12,000 striking faculty members voted against the offer, prolonging the strike, now in its fifth week.

by Mitchell Thompson· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Photo by Aidan Macnab

EDITORIAL: No ‘two sides’ in OPSEU strike

Four weeks in, Ontario college faculty (including some at Ryerson) and librarians are still in a dispute with the College Employer Council and so far, the response from students has been annoyance and indignation at both sides.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
From left to right: Cyndy Baskin (Aboriginal Education Council), Sarah Dennis (Indigenous Students' Association), Curtis Maloley (Teaching and Learning Office) and Hayden King (Centre for Indigenous Governance). (Photo by Kate Skelly)

Ryerson needs more Indigenous faculty: panel

Hayden King says you can count the number of Indigenous faculty members at Ryerson University on one hand.

King is the director of Ryerson’s Centre for Indigenous Governance and an adviser on Indigenous education for the Faculty of Arts. With only five Indigenous academics on Ryerson’s faculty, he says, the university has a tremendous problem with representation.

by Kathryn Skelly· · News, On Campus
Co-founder of the Muslim Faculty and Staff Community Network, Sarah Bukhari,  (Photo by Ricardo Serrano)

New Ryerson Muslim faculty group hosts Eid event as kickoff

Ryerson’s first-ever Muslim faculty group held their inaugural event on campus last week. The Muslim Faculty and Staff Community Network was formed by Sakeena Mihar and Sarah Bukhari. They said they wanted to support and bring together fellow Muslim members of Ryerson’s faculty and staff. “Being a Muslim is a challenge,” said Mihar, who works as a web content strategist […]

by Devika Desai· · News, On Campus
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