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Construction workers are making progress in the renovations of 110 Bond St. for the relocation of FCAD creative zones at Ryerson on October 17. 
(Nicholas Baxter/Ryersonian)

FCAD Creative Zones to be relocated to Bond Street

Ryerson University’s Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD) creative zones will finally have their own space.

Currently 110 Bond St. is being renovated to become the central space for the zones and is projected to be complete by spring 2018. Charles Falzon, dean of FCAD, said the renovation will create a more innovative space for the zones to collaborate.

by Melissa Bennardo· · News, On Campus
The DMZ is one of the 11 zones at Ryerson. (Shaian Martin)

Starter pack for startups: Ryerson’s learning zones

Ryerson has 11 learning zones covering everything from business to media. But most people don’t know what zone learning is, what it has to offer or why they should care. Richard Lachman, the director of zone learning, describes the approach as “experiential learning.” The zones are supposed to provide students with the opportunity to start their own ventures and gain […]

by Rosemond Quartey· · Business, DMZ, News
Students gather at the Zone Learning fair on Gould Street on Sept. 25. (Anda Zeng/Ryersonian Staff)

Province grants Ryerson $2 million: for what?

  Last week, the province announced it’s given Ryerson a $2 million grant as part of its Campus-Linked Accelerators program to fund student entrepreneurial projects. Ryerson University president Sheldon Levy said this funding will “allow us to extend even further our commitment to build a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation across our campus, city and region.” But what does this […]

by Kathleen McGouran· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Ryerson president Sheldon Levy with Adam Habib, principal professor at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg last week. (Courtesy Digitmal Media Zone)

South African universities partner with Ryerson zone learning centres

Ryerson is partnering with top universities in South Africa to create eight fellowships that will help student entrepreneurs develop their businesses. As part of the fellowships, South African students will receive transportation, accommodation and a three- to four-month placement in one of the four incubators at Ryerson. The initial cost of flights, health insurance and various pre-departure needs total $2,000 […]

by Arti Panday· · News, On Campus, Science & Technology
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