Today, we are launching a new Fellowship program to support students with an aptitude for entrepreneurship and leadership. We believe that shaping the next generation of changemakers, innovators and entrepreneurs is key to Canada’s economic success.
Could downtown Yonge Street become a pedestrian-only zone? The option met with broad approval on February 22, when Ryerson hosted a discussion on the neighbourhood’s future at the Student Learning Centre.
How can Canadian culture stay visible in a changing media landscape? On February 9, Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly visited the Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD) to talk to students about what the government can do to promote homegrown entertainment.
It’s conventional wisdom that PhD students pursue a career in higher education, but studies show this is true for less than 40 per cent of cases. Looking beyond the classroom, a new pilot program from the Faculty of Science, the Yeates School of Graduate Studies, and Ryerson’s Career Centre is helping graduate students sell their skills on the job market.
We are excited to announce that The Joe Fresh Centre for Fashion Innovation at Ryerson University’s Fashion Zone is accepting new applications to join the next cohort of Canadian fashion innovators until February 21, 4PM EST. Our mission is to foster the next generation of fashion-innovators by supporting Canada’s emerging fashion leaders.