File RG 12.85 - Framed collages from Roberta Bondar's space mission

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Framed collages from Roberta Bondar's space mission

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RG 12.85

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  • 1992 (Creation)

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2 collages (framed) : 40 x 50 cm ; 52 x 81 cm

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Dr. Roberta Bondar was the first Canadian woman and second Canadian to travel into Space when she flew aboard the space shuttle Discovery in January, 1992. From the early 1990s, Dr. Bondar worked with the former Centre for Advanced Technology Education (CATE) at Ryerson in researching and investigating bloodflow under weightlessness conditions, as well as experiment methodology, modelling, evaluation, data collection and analysis through a contract with the Canadian Space Agency. Her research methods were applied on her flight aboard the Discovery shuttle. Dr. Bondar received a Ryerson Fellowship in 1990 and became the University's first Professor of Distinction in 1993.Two framed and signed collages of photographs and crests, including a small cotton patch bearing the Ryerson logo that was in the shuttle's payload, were presented to Ryerson President, Terry Grier, in a special visit, lecture and presentation in 1992. The montages were deposited in the University Archives in 1995 by President Grier, upon the completion of his term of office.

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