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Amazon bid could mean big things for Ryerson

Toronto is in the running to become the site for a second Amazon headquarters, and if the city wins the bid, it’ll mean big things for Ryerson University students. Amazon promises a US$5 billion construction investment to the winning city and as “many as 50,000 high-paying jobs,” the company said in a press release. 50,000 jobs and +$5B in investment – […]

Ryerson University has made a joint application with Sheridan to the province to open a satellite campus in Brampton, Ont.   (Ryersonian file photo)

A look at changes to Rye campus, past and present

The City of Toronto has approved the next phase of the Ryerson Public Realm Plan, including major changes to Gould Street. Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 27 city councillor, announced the plan’s approval and a $2-million investment on Oct. 5. Ryerson’s Public Realm Plan  focuses on creating green spaces and street art and public furniture to make Ryerson a “people-first” urban environment. […]

by David Greenberg· · News
Ryerson’s MBA program ranked 10th best in Canada

Ryerson’s MBA program ranked 10th best in Canada

Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) MBA program has been ranked in the top 10 in the country – based on reputation – by Canadian Business. The magazine ranked Ryerson’s program in 10th place overall. The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto took first place. “I’m tremendously excited,” said Chris MacDonald, interim director of TRSM’s MBA program. […]

by Kayla Kuefler· · Business, education, News, On Campus
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In brief: Wendy Cukier will return to Ryerson next fall

By Robyn Fiorda & Shaian Martin Ryerson’s former vice-president of research and innovation is due to return to the university following the cancellation of her appointment as the first female president at Brock University. Wendy Cukier will return as a faculty member at the Ted Rogers School of Management in September of 2017. Cukier is currently on post-administrative leave from […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News
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Ted Rogers Sports Conference gives students insight into sports industry

The Ted Rogers Sports Conference (TRSC) on March 5 provided professional insight and competition for students who looked to combine their passion of sports and business. Jim Barker, the Toronto Argonauts’ general manager, kept the students engaged with a keynote speech. Along with various workshops and a panel discussion, students partnered into groups of three or four to take part in a case […]

Students at the Ted Rogers School of Management feel that
Ryerson's polytechnic past is hindering their chances of landing jobs. (Lilly Greenblatt/Ryersonian Staff)

TRSM students “undervalued” in job recruiting process

The Ryerson brand has come a long way from the insulting “Rye High” nickname. However, some students from the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) believe the university’s past as a polytechnical institute may be a factor working against them when it comes to job recruiters.   Shayna Asgill, a fourth-year business management student and vice president of the Ryerson […]

by Nadine Habib· · Business, career, degrees, News, On Campus
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Ryerson to launch a National Institute on Ageing

Ted Rogers School of Management is launching a National Institute on Ageing (NIA) to tackle the health and financial realities of Canada’s aging baby boomer population.

by Inshaal Badar· · News
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Volleyball player organizes stem cell drive

This past Thursday, working with Ryerson labour rights advocate Winnie Ng, volleyball player Erica Naccarato combined the traditional “What’s your type?” event, with OneMatch, the Canadian Blood Services’ stem cell registry.

by Krista Robinson· · Health, Sports, Volleyball
Sheldon Levy era comes to an end

Sheldon Levy era comes to an end

Outgoing president Sheldon Levy has transformed Ryerson’s campus and built its reputation as an innovation powerhouse

Jewelry sale in TRSM raises funds for Syrian refugees

Jewelry sale in TRSM raises funds for Syrian refugees

All funds from the sale will go to Lifeline Syria’s Ryerson chapter to help relocate Syrian refugees in the GTA.

by Ryersonian Staff· · On Campus
10 Dundas East . (Veronica Silva Cusi / Ryersonian Staff)

Ted Rogers School’s Social Media Lab finds new home

After a year of planning, the Social Media Lab at the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) has officially opened its new home. The interdisciplinary research lab is now housed at 10 Dundas East, the hub of digital media research and innovation on campus. The official launch of the lab was held Tuesday night with key university officials on hand.

by Veronica Cusi· · Business, News, On Campus, Videos
The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 28

The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 28

            The Ryersonian weekly wrap is a news audio series produced by senior students in the School of Journalism in Toronto. It features weekly news from ryersonian.ca and from the Canadian University Press.       This week on The Ryersonian weekly wrap,  we bring you a show chock-full of Ryerson Student Union (RSU) news.  Including, the final tallies […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Audio, Podcasts, Top stories
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TRSM students may help determine the fate of business school hopefuls

Third and fourth-year students could help determine the outcome of applicants to the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM), but some are not convinced. TRSM Dean Steven Murphy says supplementary applications could become mandatory, and they may be assessed by those in upper years. “(They) have been here for a while, understand (TRSM’s) culture, know what makes it great, and […]

by Jessica Lepore· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Allen Lau, CEO and co-founder of Wattpad shares his ups and downs of launching many businesses to an audience of entrepreneur hopefuls at Digital Media Zone Friday night. (Janelle Jordan / The Ryersonian)

Entrepreneurship at Ryerson: a life skill that’s not just for entrepreneurs anymore

“Don’t expect to be an overnight success.” “Ninety per cent of startup businesses fail.” These were some of the tough love takeaway messages students and aspiring entrepreneurs heard from Allen Lau. Lau, CEO and co-founder of Wattpad, was the keynote speaker marking the finale of Global Entrepreneurship Week at the Digital Media Zone on Friday  evening. But it wasn’t all bad […]

Ted Rogers School of Management brings in big industry professionals for Retail Week

Ted Rogers School of Management brings in big industry professionals for Retail Week

“Men are faithful. Women are not,” said retail mogul Harry Rosen to shocked Ryerson students on Tuesday. Amidst the laughter that followed, Rosen clarified his point. He said men are more faithful than women – when it comes to shopping. He added that customer loyalty should never be underestimated. The founder of one of Canada’s most successful luxury retail companies, […]

Prof. Chris MacDonald conducted a survey with the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson that found politicians were the least trusted professionals.

Q-and-A with researcher who found politicians were the least trusted professionals in Canada

Politicians are the most mistrusted professionals in Canada. Professors Chris MacDonald and Hershell Ezrin at Ted Rogers School of Management came to the conclusion after they lead a survey for the Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Program. The survey was conducted by The Gandalf Group. The public opinion pollster asked about 1,000 adults across Canada, in addition to 400 residents living in […]

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 […]

Sean has only positive things to say about his co-op experience (Courtesy of Sean Zia)

TRSM expands co-op programs across business faculty

At the Hospital for Sick Children, fourth-year commerce student Sean Zia watched as a software business pitched their product to the hospital. “I was learning the things I should be doing, and the things I shouldn’t be doing if I were pitching (an idea) to a company,” he says. And during his time at TD Canada Trust, Zia discovered one […]

by Jessica Lepore· · Features
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TRSM expands co-op program

Students in the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) will be mixing the workforce with the classroom in the next three years. By 2017, TRSM will be offering co-op placements for all five of its full-time undergraduate programs. The school of accounting and finance and the school of hospitality and tourism both launched their co-op programs in September and are […]

by Jessica Lepore· · News, On Campus
Sean Wise (right) in conversation with founder of Sleeman Breweries, John Sleeman. (Courtesy YouTube - NakedEntrepreneurTV)

Oprah Winfrey Network picks up Ryerson-based TV show

A Ryerson-produced interview show with a business theme and a catchy name has been picked up by Oprah’s network. The Naked Entrepreneur features a professor from the Ted Rogers School of Management talking to high-profile business leaders. Sean Wise, a TRSM professor, says he created the show because he felt there was an unmet need for original Canadian content about […]

(Alisha Sawhney / Ryersonian Staff)

Art installations inspire student entrepreneurs around Ryerson

Four tall chalkboards popped up across campus Monday morning. Each tall chalkboard was an art installation with light bulbs activated by nearby movements asking, “Have any bright ideas?” Named the CR3ATE Box, the installations are part of the Ted Rogers Management Conference’s new program calling student entrepreneurs to build on their business ideas. The program invites 10 teams to attend […]

From Ray Rice to sweat shops, ethics expert weighs in on recent controversies

From Ray Rice to sweat shops, ethics expert weighs in on recent controversies

Ryerson University Prof. Chris MacDonald is one of the world’s leading business ethics bloggers. His site, businessethicsblog.com, features more than 1,100 posts on stories such as the domestic abuse scandal of professional footballer Ray Rice, religion in corporate culture and Facebook’s (ever looming) privacy control controversies. His commentary fuses philosophical and business perspectives when analyzing current events. MacDonald’s writing has […]

Internet trolls, cyberbullies and flamers are stirring trouble on social media. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Online aggression and anonymity

A social media researcher disclosed at Ryerson that anonymity is only one aspect behind aggressive online behaviour. For the first time in history, people who exhibit antisocial tendencies are able to reach a wide audience and impact the lives of people through social media websites. But what drives these antisocial individuals? Is it the anonymity of being behind a keyboard, or […]

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Suiting up for free

The stress of finding employment post-graduation is only amplified by trying to figure out what to wear to your job interviews. Looking to relieve students of their worries is “Suit Up For Success” (SUFS), a volunteer initiative offering Ryerson students donated clothing and the chance to “suit up” for free. Launched last year by Ryerson students Rudhra Persad and Shauna […]

by Kelly McDowell· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Rob Ford is a poor leader: business ethics blogger

Rob Ford is a poor leader: business ethics blogger

Chris MacDonald, a Ted Rogers School of Management professor and writer for The Business Ethics Blog, says Toronto’s Mayor Rob Ford hasn’t demonstrated the qualities of a good leader, such as the ability to cooperate or lead teams. Torontonians need to do some soul-searching to elect a mayor the city can be proud of, he says. MacDonald wrote an op-ed […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Top stories, Videos
VIDEO: Designing solitude at TRSM

VIDEO: Designing solitude at TRSM

Finding a quiet study space in the Ted Rogers school of management (TRSM) is about to get much easier. The Ryersonian has the full story. Host: Arti Panday Producers: Josh McLean, Rebecca Mildon

TRSM conference picks legacy theme

TRSM conference picks legacy theme

Preparations for the annual Ted Rogers Management Conference kicked off yesterday with a party to announce its theme: legacy. The conference is a three-day, student-run business event. It began as a memorial for Ted Rogers but has evolved to promote the exploration of its namesake’s business style and work ethic. Now in its fifth year, the conference is a place for […]

by Arti Panday· · News, On Campus
Q&A: New dean of TRSM Steven Murphy

Q&A: New dean of TRSM Steven Murphy

  Steven Murphy is the new dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. Before coming to Ryerson, he was the associate dean of research and external from 2011 to 2013 at Carlton University. Prior to that, he was the associate dean of Carlton’s Sprott School of Business from 2008 to 2011. Murphy began his five-year term at Ryerson on Aug. […]

by Katrina Sieniuc· · News, On Campus
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