Applications are now open for student and professor speakers at this year’s Last Lecture. Do you have an inspirational or engaging story to tell? Why not have an opportunity to share that story with the rest of your graduating class. The Last Lecture will be taking place on March 31st, from 5:00PM-6:00PM in the SLC Amphitheatre.
Dr. Maria Gurevich’s SHiFT Lab is about to launch a SSHRC-funded Sexual Norms and Practices study and we’re looking for volunteers to help pilot our online survey.
The XIV World Congress of the International Rural Sociological Association (IRSA) is an inclusive forum hosting nearly 1,000 international scholars, practitioners and government representatives working in a variety of fields and disciplines. Its purpose is to address solutions to fight the inequities and injustice faced by many rural peoples, and to build a sustainable relationship between rural and urban regions here in Canada and around the world.
Ryerson Orientation is actively recruiting a diverse group of enthusiastic, dedicated and responsible students from across campus to hold leadership roles within the Ryerson Orientation Crew. The Ryerson Orientation Crew are Ryerson’s frontline ambassadors welcoming new students on campus during Orientation Week in the Fall. This is a great opportunity to get involved on campus, expand your network and learn new skills or hone existing ones. The recruitment deadline is on Monday February 29th, 2016. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to welcome Ryerson’s Class of 2020!
Enrollment for The Chang School’s Spring/Summer 2016 term is now open. Visit our website to view a complete list of our Spring/Summer 2016 offerings or for more information on how to enroll in Chang School courses. Most Spring term classes begin the week of May 2.