Sheldon Levy’s replacement search committee open to student input
Wynn pledges big bucks with aim of creating 120 new jobs in the high-tech sector
By Erin Kerbel With a lack of governmental funds and fixed costs increasing in the 2014-2015 school year, departmental spending cuts could be in Ryerson’s future. A tentative solution to cut the university’s overall spending was presented March 20 by Ryerson president Sheldon Levy and Paul Stenton, Ryerson’s vice-provost of university planning at a Budget…
Rye announces plans for Church Street Development project
Canada’s largest academic conference comes to Rye
Ryerson’s Board of Governors and Senate are currently selecting memebers for the search committee
He might be retiring in 2015, but Sheldon Levy is far from done. Angela Hennessy takes a look at his life so far, and what the future may hold. Spoiler: he won’t run for mayor
Ryerson’s endowment fund invests in Nike and oil sands. Does this contradict Ryerson’s ethics?