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Mind and action

When visiting the Curie Museum in Paris this May, I became aware that much of Marie Curie’s later work was devoted to the medical uses of radiation. 377 more words

A Ryerson Student on Climate Change

As some of you know, I’m a student of environmental science with a very special interest in anthropogenic global warming (or AGW)  and how urban parks can be made… 579 more words

Ed Horner

Wheels for the World

This post was written by alumni Brigitte McCauley-Philion.

I recently attended a Joni and Friends Global Access Conference where I learned about the Wheels for the World Uganda Outreach. 206 more words

School Of Disability Studies

Canada's first legal incubator opens at Ryerson

Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone (LIZ) officially opened its doors on Thursday. As Canada’s first legal incubator, LIZ is devoted to fostering, supporting and developing innovative solutions, approaches and technology to make Canadian legal services, smarter, faster, and better.  155 more words

Legal Post

META/THIRDSPACE-Mon.,April 20th,2015@The Gallery@99Sudbury

It was the opening reception for The Annual New Media art exhibition featuring 4th year Ryerson students. Each year this exhibition showcases selected art work displayed in a gallery atmosphere. 77 more words

Events

Time for a break: a reflection on my first year at Ryerson

Leaving my last exam on Saturday, I remember my brain flipping its proverbial switch to the next task at hand. That next assignment, next exam, next story.  782 more words

Canada

So, You Got Into Teacher’s College…Now What?

This post was written by alumni, Alex Little.

Congratulations! I remember the excitement as I sat in my bed, hitting refresh on OUAC at midnight, just hoping I was accepted into at least one faculty of education. 971 more words

School Of Disability Studies