Ryerson’s president Sheldon Levy isn’t going anywhere. The committee designated to find Ryerson’s next president declared a failed search this morning and announced Levy will stay on as president for up to two more years. Despite months of speculation regarding who would be his successor on campus, the presidential search committee will not be bringing any candidates forward, according to […]
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Ryerson students are looking for a new president who will support for student initiatives and provide more space on campus, according to the first presidential search meeting. The university’s presidential search committee hosted its first town hall late Tuesday afternoon in the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre for students to discuss what kind of qualities they are looking for […]
Ryerson University has launched the first step in the search for a new president, but the committee is still unsure of what to expect for the university’s incoming top dog. A survey was released on Monday to gain insight into what students, faculty and alumni hope for in Ryerson’s next president and vice-chancellor. The survey, designed by the presidential search […]
Members of the search committee that will choose Ryerson’s next president were named at the board of governors meeting Jan. 27. In addition to the four members who were appointed by senate and named two weeks ago, nine members of the board of governors were put to the task of choosing president Sheldon Levy’s replacement. One of the appointees is […]