Post Tagged with: "study"

Ksenia Sergueeva, a graduate student in the master program of science in management, with Seung Hwan (Mark) Lee, an associate professor at the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management. (Courtesy Ryerson University)

Chewing gum may lead to more time shopping, study suggests

A new study by a Ryerson professor and master student suggests that chewing gum while shopping may result in longer shopping times.

by Elysha Haun· · News, On Campus, students
Students studying in the SLC. (Danielle Lee)

Procrastination? No Problem

By: Danielle Lee and Amira Zubairi With only one month left of the semester, students are feeling the pressure of upcoming deadlines. If you haven’t started that assignment due next week, now’s a perfect time. Tonight, Ryerson Library and Student Learning Centre are joining force to host the annual Long Night Against Procrastination, an all-night study marathon held at the SLC. […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, News
Press conference releasing the Ryerson-led study on the health impacts of precarious work on racialized immigrant women. (Isabelle Docto)

Ryerson study shows temporary work is a public health crisis

Racialized immigrant women working as temporary employees are facing a serious health crisis. This comes from findings of a Ryerson-led study released Monday to mark the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. The Ontario government is currently reviewing the Employment Standards Act and Labour Relations Act and researchers say that if nothing is done to reform precarious work conditions, […]

by David Greenberg· · Health, News
SLC still doesn’t solve study space issues

SLC still doesn’t solve study space issues

It’s been a year since the Student Learning Centre opened its doors, but the building still has some issues to resolve.

by Eunice Kim· · Editorial
The Shops at Aura cafeteria could make for a prime study spot. (Lee North/Ryersonian Staff)

The Shops at Aura could be Ryerson’s student study oasis

There’s an underground mall close to Ryerson’s campus that appears to be empty. Why not utilize the space?

by Lee North· · Editorial, education, Food, Opinion
New study reveals Canadians don’t trust politicians

New study reveals Canadians don’t trust politicians

A national study led by the Ted Rogers School of Management states Canadians rate politicians as among the most mistrusted professionals. The survey, by Professors Chris MacDonald and Hershell Ezrin, was conducted for the Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Program by the Gandalf Group. About 1,000 adults across Canada and 400 residents living in the GTA were surveyed using an online […]

Ryerson has introduced changes to exam policies. (Steven S / Creative Commons)

Ryerson Fall 2014 exam schedule posted

Students: mark your calendars, book your library study space and plan your all-nighters accordingly. Ryerson University’s exam schedule for Fall 2014 has been posted on their website ahead of the projected date. The schedule was posted today shortly after a tweet on the university’s official Twitter initially stated a November release for the schedule, which drew frustration among some students. […]

by Dillon Li· · education, News, On Campus, students
The TRSM eighth-floor quiet zone was supposed to be renovated by the start of this school year. (Calvin Dao/Ryersonian Staff)

High costs delay Ted Rogers study space revamp

Students at the Ted Rogers School of Management have to wait a few more months before the revamping of their eighth-floor quiet study zone will be complete. The current design plans exceed the project’s $30,000 budget, and students from the business and interior design schools are now making adjustments to reduce costs. The Ryersonian first reported in October last year […]

by Calvin Dao· · News, On Campus
A temporary study space on campus isn’t enough

A temporary study space on campus isn’t enough

With exams approaching, finding a quiet study space on the Ryerson University campus is rarer than a large turnout at an RSU event. Having a school located in downtown Toronto is a curse when it comes to providing spacious study areas for students. Lack of space has been a constant struggle for Ryerson and its student population. This is a […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
VIDEO: Professor Fei Song on what makes women compete at work

VIDEO: Professor Fei Song on what makes women compete at work

Reporter Kim Brown speaks with professor Fei Song about her new study, “How competitive are female professionals? A tale of identity conflict.” The study examines why there are still so few women holding top positions in the workplace. It was done in collaboration with University of Guelph economics professor Bram Cadsby and University of Canterbury professor Maroš Servátka.

by Lee Marshall· · RyersonianTV, Videos, Webcasts
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