More students from the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) will have opportunities to do co-ops in the non-profit sector thanks to a recent donation from Scotiabank. This week, Scotiabank donated $325,000 to Ryerson’s TRSM to launch the Scotiabank Changemakers program. This money will fund co-op placements in charity organizations for TRSM students. “Through the Scotiabank Changemakers program, we hope […]
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The U.S. election and LGBTQ issues were some of the topics Premier Kathleen Wynne spoke about when she visited Ryerson yesterday. Wynne was at the Ted Rogers Business School of Management to talk to students as part of a speaker series for the Regulation Government and Socially Responsible Management class taught by Prof. Asher Alkoby. “I really enjoy the opportunity to hear […]
Toronto Mayor John Tory stopped by Ryerson on Wednesday to deliver a keynote speech at a conference on urban development. The conference – called Working Together in the Public Interest: Private-Public Partnerships and City-Building – was held at the Ted Rogers School of Management and hosted a series of panels with experts discussing topics related to city development and the […]
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 […]
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 […]
Launched in January, the enterprise information security, privacy and data protection program offers four courses which will be taught by top researchers and industry experts from the TRSM and the department of computer science.
“Purgatory Pilgrims,” a group of students from Ryerson, won the second-place prize of $600 for their app that provides help with language skills, job hunting and access to emergency lines.
The future of some Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) students could be in Africa, as the business school is seeking to solidify a strategic partnership with universities on the continent. TRSM dean Steven Murphy visited universities in Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa last month, discussing potential partnership opportunities for Ryerson’s business school. Murphy says that the partnership with an […]
The Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) is changing the way it caters to students. Apart from the office hours provided by professors, free drop-in tutoring sessions administered by Academic Support Services of the business department have been increased Monday through Friday. Drop-in sessions last throughout the entire day for up to two hours at a time. All students registered […]
One of Canada’s leading sports professionals, Tom Anselmi has been appointed a distinguished visiting professor at Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM). His main goal at Ryerson is to help lay the groundwork for developing an MBA program in sports management. “Sports industry is still a fairly young industry,” said Anselmi. He said that while there’s a lot more education […]
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 […]
CIBC is supporting Ryerson with a gift of $500,000 toward student awards at the Ted Rogers School of Management, much of it specifically for females. “Ryerson is proud to partner with CIBC on advancing diversity and student opportunity,” said president and vice-chancellor Sheldon Levy, in a press release. “This important investment will have a direct influence on strengthening our […]
The past decade has been a weird and contradictory time for race relations, Melissa Harris-Perry told a packed Ted Rogers auditorium Wednesday night. The MSNBC host was on campus to deliver a lecture at the Nelson Mandela EDI Keynote, hosted by the Ryerson Students’ Union’s Social Justice Week. “We like to think that we live in a post-racialized America,” said Harris-Perry. […]
If you want fast wireless Internet, go to the library, but stay away from the study cubicles. A Ryersonian test of the school’s Wi-Fi speeds found that users can get speeds of over 100 megabits per second in less crowded areas of the library — the fastest on campus. Megabits are a measure of data transfer speed. Eight megabits is […]
It started with an ambitious idea to engage, inspire and excite the world. Ryerson University’s first marketing conference took place Feb. 7 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre, after a group of students envisioned the idea of a full-day marketing event. Students from the Ryerson Marketing Association hosted the event, which featured a panel of marketing experts including the marketing manager […]
Finding a quiet study space on Ryerson’s campus can be tough, but finding a quiet study space in the Ted Rogers school of management (TRSM) building can be next to impossible. With 8,000 to 10,000 people in and out of TRSM daily, free seats are hard to come by, which is why fourth-year business management student Genele Rose is starting […]
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. […]