Julia Hanigsberg, Ryerson’s vice-president of administration and finance, will be leaving the school this winter to head a children’s hospital. According to a statement from Ryerson president Sheldon Levy Wednesday evening, Hanigsberg has been appointed the next president and CEO of Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. Janice Winton, current chief financial officer and assistant VP for financial services, will take over […]
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Ryerson’s presence on the “Sunshine List” has increased by 54 additional employees this year, taking the list from 892 Ryerson names to 946 — a six per cent increase. The current list, released by the Ontario Ministry of Finance last Friday, outlines Ontario’s public servants who make an annual income of $100,000 or more. The list outlines public sector workers […]
Ryerson’s plans for its health sciences building emphasize sustainability and aim to make it a precedent for future campus development. The sustainibility focus will happen through leadership, design and the architecture itself. Ryerson’s vice-president administration and finance, Julia Hanigsberg, said this is Ryerson’s first project to prioritize sustainability. “We’re loading a lot on this building in terms of teaching us […]
Ryerson University has officially announced plans for its new health science building at 300 Church St. The property is currently a parking lot beside the Interior Design building referred to as the Church Street Development (CSD). Julia Hanigsberg, vice-president administration and finance, met with campus media at the offices of Perkins+Will, the architects on the project. The Toronto, Dundas and […]
Students had no input in the unsuccessful paint jobs on Gould Street, but the fate of Victoria Street Lane’s makeover is now in their hands. Public voting is underway until Feb. 5 to choose the best renovation plan for the alley-like laneway between the Chang School and the School of Image Arts. A panel of four judges, headed by vice-president […]
Ryerson is investing more green into that yellow road–a lot more green. $170,000 to be exact. This summer, the university spent $25,000 to coat Gould and Victoria Streets in blue and yellow. But the streets, already chipped and faded, were professionally cleaned last Friday in preparation for a the new paint job that began today. The original paint job was done […]