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Ryerson discloses the average score for each question in the faculty course survey by program and faculty on its website. The individualized results for instructors and courses, however, are hidden from students and are only open to instructors and vice-provost of faculty. (Matt Oxman / Ryersonian staff)

Ryerson stays tight-lipped on course surveys

Fresh out of high school and eager to start at Ryerson, Stephanie Sim never imagined one of her first university classes would be a disappointment. Had she been a student at the University of Toronto or McGill University, things may have been different. Unlike Ryerson, these schools disclose results of faculty course surveys, broken down by course or instructor, for […]

by Tara Deschamps· · News, On Campus, Top stories
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