Post Tagged with: "professor"

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson (Courtesy

Indigenous author and musician appointed distinguished visiting professor

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, indigenous scholar, writer and artist speaks to the Ryersonian about joining Ryerson as distinguished visiting professor.

by Yasmin Arnaout· · education, News, On Campus
Former Ryerson prof stars in opera

Former Ryerson prof stars in opera

Watch as Ryersonian TV’s Joseph Wong talks to ex-Ryerson professor Gerald Hannon about his role in the Toronto City Opera.

by Joseph Wong· · Arts & Life, Videos
Stuart McLean. Courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

Stuart McLean, former Ryerson journalism professor, dead at 68

Former Ryerson journalism professor, Stuart McLean, died earlier today at the age of 68 after a battle with melanoma. He was with the university from 1984 until 2004.

by Allan Perkins· · News
Rye prof bans technology in classrooms

Rye prof bans technology in classrooms

Some Ryerson professors have struggled with the idea of banning the use of electronics in his lecture.

by Bianca Guzzo· · Arts & Life, education, Media
Midwifery professor aids pregnant refugees at Toronto hotel

Midwifery professor aids pregnant refugees at Toronto hotel

A Ryerson midwifery professor is helping newly arrived refugees find proper care, and is appealing for Ryerson students to assist her.

by Kara Anderson· · News
Cross-Over Youth Project committee members Justice Brian Scully, lawyer Sheena Scott, Ryerson professor Judy Finlay, and youth co-ordinator Thaila Dixon at the funding announcement on Oct. 28, 2015. (Vjosa Isai/Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson prof’s mission to keep youth out of jail secures funding

Ryerson professor Judy Finlay’s pilot project to keep youth in state care out of jail given $1.36 million from federal and provincial governments

by Vjosa Isai· · On Campus
Ryerson professor facing mischief charges appears in court

Ryerson professor facing mischief charges appears in court

A Ryerson professor who admits to spray painting an animal rights message at the University of Guelph appeared in a Guelph court Tuesday, and is due back in three weeks. Paul Bali was charged with mischief under $5,000 after, he admits, he spray painted the word “abattoir” — another word for slaughterhouse — on a stone sign at the entrance to the U of G campus.

by Joshua Arthur Peter White-Crummey· · News, On Campus
Olivia Chow will be teaching at Ryerson for three years.  (Wikimedia Commons / Flickr User / Olivia Chow)

Olivia Chow to teach at Ryerson

Olivia Chow has been appointed as a distinguished visiting professor for the Faculty of Arts for the next three years, Ryerson announced Sunday. Her responsibilities will include teaching her own courses, organizing events and mentoring students. “I am excited about joining a city-building university like Ryerson,” Chow said in a press release. “The opportunity to work with creative, dedicated, urban-oriented […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Top stories
Ryerson journalism instructor working with CBC to cover the Winter Olympics in Sochi. (Courtesy Mark Bulgutch)

Journalism instructor using tech to teach from Sochi

Despite having left the country for two weeks, a journalism instructor said his students will still get the full learning experience in his course. Mark Bulgutch, instructor for a TV reporting course, informed students that he would be away in Sochi, Russia, to cover the Winter Olympic Games for most of February. But some students worry that the Skype calls […]

by Leena Latafat· · News, On Campus, Top stories