I’m excited about the exhibition in March. I hope those of you in the Toronto area can come out!
Toronto Days: photographs by Avard Woolaver… 122 more words
This piece is re-posted from 2017. This was written by Danielle Landry. She teaches Mad People’s History as part-time instructor with the School of Disability Studies. 355 more words
(By: Sherina Harris)
Doubling Ryerson’s number of Indigenous faculty, creating a fund to support the Indigenization of course content and designating an outdoor space for Indigenous ceremonies were among the new initiatives announced at the presentation of Ryerson’s long-awaited Truth and Reconciliation community consultation report on Friday, Jan. 646 more words
Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau, who teaches in the psychology department at Ryerson University in Toronto, is the finalist candidate in the search for a new president at Mount Allison University. 503 more words
This post was written by Tobin LeBlanc Haley, ELA postdoctoral fellow, Ryerson University in response to an article in University Affairs titled: Our role is to support students when they are ready to be students. 1,248 more words