Ryerson has not hired any new full-time Indigenous faculty members since 2015, according to the latest Employee Diversity Self-ID report.
The report also showed that full-time Indigenous faculty hires in the university have decreased from eight per cent in 2014 to zero in 2016. Meanwhile, full-time promotions for Indigenous faculty decreased from two per cent to zero per cent from 2015 to 2016.
This academic year, Ryerson only has eight Indigenous faculty members, including three non-full-time hires this semester, said Tracey King,…
The Ryerson Rams have had a strong focus on community engagement in recent years. To enhance their efforts, the men’s hockey team has been helping to run P.A. Day hockey camps for boys and girls ages six to 13. Ryersonian‘s sports editor, Tasala Tahir, visited the first camp of the year. Here’s more.
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