University scientists and researchers are being forced to compromise their ethics because of the competition for cash from corporate sponsors rather than being able to rely on government funds, warned a University of Manitoba professor speaking at Ryerson last Friday.
Ryerson is prepping its pocketbook for a $30,000 infusion from the City of Toronto that will study how to link buildings on campus through an underground pipeline and lessen the blow of soaring heating and cooling costs.
Lawrence Altrows flew down over reading week to tell Cuban colleagues why Ryerson won’t participate in field study
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Committee members say they’ve been advised by Ryerson’s number crunchers to increase tuition in deregulated programs, like computer science, engineering and other professional programs, by $300. Administrators emphasize that’s a small increase, compared to some universities.
The recently announced provincial performance fund, which splits $16.5-million among universities according to how each performs in three categories, rewards schools that produce successful graduates.