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Ted Rogers School of Management

Sub-series contains proposals, reports, and other materials related to submissions to the Senate (Academic Council) and the Academic Standards Committee for new programs, degrees, and curricular changes.

Faculty of Community Services

Sub-series contains proposals, reports, and other materials related to submissions to the Senate (Academic Council) and the Academic Standards Committee for new programs, degrees, and curricular changes.

Faculty of Arts

Sub-series contains proposals, reports, and other materials related to submissions to the Senate (Academic Council) and the Academic Standards Committee for new programs, degrees, and curricular changes.

Faculty of Science

Sub-series contains proposals, reports, and other materials related to the Faculty of Science's submissions to the Academic Standards Committee and the Senate.

Uniforms

Sub-series contains various parts of nursing uniforms worn by Wellesley School of Nursing students and staff. Included are female and male uniforms, bibs, aprons, caps, and capes. The majority of the items have been grouped by type (caps, bibs, aprons etc.) with some exceptions. The capes have been described as stand alone items because of their individual nature. Also three full uniforms (dress, bib, apron, cuffs, collars) have been grouped together because that is how they came into the Archives.

Graduation pins and rings, and year pins

File contains the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing year pins and graduation pins. The year pins were given to students at the start of their 3rd year and the graduation pins were handed out at graduation. Unlike other hospital nursing schools, the Wellesley pin stayed the same from 1915-1974. The graduating class of 1975 did not receive their graduation pins. The Lion rampant used for both pins is from the Wellesley Hospital crest which Dr. Herbert Bruce received permission from the Duke of Wellington (Wellesley) to use the family's crest as the Hospital's crest.

Graduating class photographs

Sub-series contain photographs of the various aspects of the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing's graduation week. Included are graduate composites, photographs of the ceremony itself, candid after reception shots, as well as photographs of various graduation week events such as the mother-daughter tea, breakfast, and Hospital walk-through by the graduates.

Annual Reports - Wellesley School of Nursing

Sub-series contains annual reports created by the Directors of the Wellesley School of Nursing. The majority of the reports are the ones sent to the Department of Health, and then the College of Nurses of Ontario to register the school. Included with some of these are the reports by the Department inspectors as a result of their visits to the Nursing School. The file also contains annual reports written for the Wellesley Hospital Board of Directors, and a variety of correspondence and questionnaires from other Nursing ruling bodies including the Canadian Nurses' Association and the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario.

Wellesley World magazine

Series consists of copies of the Wellesley World magazine created the the Wellesley Hospital with news and stories about the Hospital, its, staff, and its auxiliary. Also included in the magazine was a page called "The Lion's Roar" which featured news and information from the Wellesley School of Nursing Alumnae Association. The magazine was published four times yearly.

The Wellesley Hospital

Grace Bolton personal scrapbook

Three ring binder with plastic pages filled with scrapbook pages. Appears that the orginal scrapbook was taken apart and placed in the plastic sleeves. Filled with newspaper clippings, correspondence, cards, programmes, and photographs covering Grace Bolton's history with the Wellesley, the history of the Nursing school, the Hospital, and the Alumnae activities during World War II and beyond.
Scrapbook is not completely in order - First several pages are out of order followed by pages starting in 1933, when Grace Bolton graduated from the Wellesley. The pages are in order by year after this until the end when there was a single plastic sleeve filled with many items place together. Starting with letter from a School in the United Kingdom, these items have each been given their own sleeve. The majority of the pages are double sided - with items on both sides of the page.

Bolton, Grace

Alumnae World War II scrapbook

Three ring bound scrapbook containing lists of packages sent overseas to Wellesley alumnae serving overseas, item lists for packages, correspondence from Nurses in Europe regarding the packages; and correspondence from the various charities that the Wellesley Alumnae were knitting for including the Navy Knitters.
Numbering of items reflects their order within the original scrapbook.

Bolton, Grace

Ryerson Business Forum

Created in 1987, the Ryerson Business Forum is a student-run organization that is dedicated to enriching the learning experience at Ryerson. Under the guidance of faculty advisors, the Ryerson Business Forum directly exposes students to Canada's dynamic business environment. As of 2003, the Ryerson Business Forum falls under the umbrella of the Ryerson Commerce Society.
Sub-series consists of photographs, audio-visual materials, a speaker timeline, and Forum printouts.

Lawrence S. Bloomberg installation records

Copies of the invitation and programme for the installation of Ryerson's Chancellor Lawrence S. Bloomberg held on November 28, 2012 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Also included are official greetings from other university chancellors and/or presidents.

Convocation textual materials

Sub-series contains textual materials created for convocation ceremonies. Included are tickets, instruction, and programs for each ceremony.

Society of Hosts - Ryerson Chapter

The Society of Hosts was and international organization for students in Hotel and Hospitality programs. Ryerson had a chapter of the organization, and all of its Hotel (HRIA) and later Hospitality (HTM) students were members. The society does not appear to exist any longer.
The sub-series consists of correspondence and newsletters from Ryerson's chapter of Society of Hosts.

The Delta Hotel-Sheraton Corporation Hotel Computer Training Laboratory

The Hospitality and Tourism Delta Hotels-Sheraton Corporation Hotel Computer Training Laboratory was officially opened on November 12, 1981. The laboratory's purpose was front of house hotel training furnished with an identical computer system used by medium and large hotel chains. The lab was located in the old business building at 285 Victoria Street.
The sub-series contains newsclippings, press releases, and objects related to the training lab.

Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

International Dining Room

The International Dining Room was a facililty for third year hospitality students to demonstrate their management and culinary skills. The room was open September to May and served lunch, from various regions and countries, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. At times they served dinners, and morning snacks as well.
The sub-series contains memos, brochures, schedules, reports, and menus.

Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

This is Ryerson

Sub-series consists of files of photographs taken for the "This is Ryerson" promotional booklet. Booklet highlighted the courses and programs offered by Ryerson.

Ryer's Inn

Ryer's Inn was organized and presented by students in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program. It was modeled after the Cornell University event "Ezra Cornell Hotel". Its purpose was to show members of the Hospitality Industry what Ryerson's program had to offer by showcasing its' students. The event is completely organized and executed by student's in the program, with faculty supervision. It's inaugural night was held February 28, 1981.
Subseries consists of photographs taken at two events - 1981 and 1983.

Media Centre

Sub-series contains photographs of the Media Centre, its staff and activities. It is divided into two files - Aerial photoshoot and General photographs

Student parades and picnics

File contains photographs of the Ryerson student parade and picnic held every September. There are photographs of the 1979 parade and picnic, the 1985 parade, and the 1989 parade "Purple Haze".

Miscellaneous

File contains a miscellanea of textual records. Included in the file are an outline for a proposed new course "Research Project"; an agenda for the Steering Committee for Ryerson Open College; a memo regarding the Deans' meeting; a copy of "An act respecting Ryerson Polytechnical Institute"; and a letter from a high school guidance counsellor.

History of the Caribbean

This subseries contains sound recordings and textual records related to the Open College course "History of the Caribbean".

Marketing

This subseries contains sound recordings related to the Open College course "Marketing".

Various Open College Gerontology courses

This subseries contains sound recordings related to various Open College Gerontology Courses including "Gerontology: Aging and You" and "Gerontology II: Critical Issues and Future Trends".

Sexuality: Contemporary Issues

This subseries contains sound recordings related to the Open College course "Sexuality: Contemporary Issues".COCR 934 Dr Alex McKay, Dr Margaret Schneider

20th Century Europe: A Troubled Continent

This subseries contains sound recordings related to the Open College course "20th Century Europe: A Troubled Continent".

COCR 933 20th Century Europe T Prof R. Bothwell, Prof M. MacMillan.The instability of the post-Cold War era raises with fresh emphasis perennial questions about international stability and world order. With a thematic approach this course uses the following four case studies to seek answers: The Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, reunification of the two Germany’s, European Union, and the disintegration of Yugoslavia and attempts at peacekeeping.

  1. The Transformation of Russia into the Soviet Union
  2. The Troubled Superpower
  3. The End of the Soviet Union
  4. Germany in the Heart of Europe
  5. The German Twins
  6. Germany Unfrozen
  7. The Problem Explained
  8. The Failure of the Multinational State
  9. The Spreading Conflict and the Challenge to the International Order
  10. Uniting Europe: The Origins of the European Union, 1945-1957
  11. Uniting Europe: 1957-1991
  12. From the European Community to the Europe

Nutrition and Society

This subseries contains sound recordings related to the Open College course "Nutrition and Society".
COCR 916 Nutrition and Society Professor May Maskow

Various Open College Psychology courses

This subseries contains sound recordings related to various Open College Psychology Courses including "Psychology: The Study of Human Behaviour", "Issues in the Psychology of Aging", and "Organizational Behaviour".

Various Open College International Relations courses

This subseries contains sound recordings related to various Open College International Relations Courses including "Canadian-American Relations: A Complex Friendship", "The History of Canadian Foreign Relations", "International Relations 1914-1945: From War to War", "International Relations 1945-1990: The Uneasy Peace", and "Sustainability: Canadian and Global Views.

Various Open College Economics courses

This subseries contains sound recordings and textual records related to various Open College economics Courses including "The Development of Microeconomics", "Introductory Microeconomics", and "Introductory Macroeconomics".

Crime and Punishment in Canada - A Twentieth Century Perspective

This subseries contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College Course: Crime and Punishment in Canada - A Twentieth Century Perspective. (Course code COCR 932)
This course was developed as a professional required course for a new part-time degree completion program in Justice Studies. It was inaugurated in 1992 and housed in Ryerson’s Faculty of Arts, Department of Psychology. It was developed by historian Desmond Glynn and based on extensive research into existing degree programs in criminal justice and criminology with the objective to create a degree completion program for graduates of community college-based diploma programs in corrections and security.

The Child in Society

This subseries contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College course: The Child and Society - A history of childhood and child welfare. (course code: COCR 923)
The course was developed as a professionally required course for a new part-time degree program, Child and Youth Care, inaugurated in 1990 and housed in Ryerson's Faculty of Community Services, School of Child and Youth Care. The course was developed by historian Desmond Glynn and based on extensive research into the records of the Ministry of Community Services, annual conference papers of the Ontario Children's Aid Society, and the historical collection of MA theses held by the School of Social Work, University of Toronto.

Textual records include transcriptions of source interviews used in the finished radio-based course. Audio cassettes in this file include finished production tapes of the actual broadcasted class and source interview audio cassettes..

Politics of Bureaucracy

This subseries contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College course: Politics of Bureaucracy, developed by Dr R. Olling and Desmond Glynn. Textual records include transcriptions of source interviews used in the finished radio-based course. Audio cassettes in this file include finished production tapes of the actual broadcasted course.

Open College Canadian History courses (various iterations)

This file contains audio cassettes and textual records related to the Open College course: in Canadian History (Search for a Nation (A History of the Canadian People)

Textual records include transcriptions of source interviews used in the finished radio-based course. Audio cassettes in this file include both finished production tapes of the actual broadcasted class and audio cassettes containing source material interviews with numerous historians and authors.

DESC Office Files 1991-1997

Series contains seven files (in individual folders) of textual records, related to the Discover Engineering Summer Camp Program. Includes correspondence, distribution lists, financials, research materials, teaching materials, Discover Engineering project reports, questionnaires, and other materials.
File List:
RG 521.003.002.001 - DESC Office Files 1991
RG 521.003.002.002 - DESC Office Files 1992
RG 521.003.002.003 - DESC Office Files 1993
RG 521.003.002.004 - DESC Office Files 1994
RG 521.003.002.005 - DESC Office Files 1995
RG 521.003.002.006 - DESC Office Files 1996
RG 521.003.002.007 - DESC Office Files 1997

WIE Volumes 1 - 10

Sub-series contains ten files (in individual folders) of textual records, related to Women in Engineering "Discover Engineering" camps. Files include correspondence, distribution lists, financials, research materials, and other materials related to the planning, organization, and running of the annual week long summer camps.
File Listing:
RG 521.003.001.001 - WIE Volume 1 1989-90
RG 521.003.001.002 - WIE Volume 2 1991
RG 521.003.001.003 - WIE Volume 3 1991-92
RG 521.003.001.004 - WIE Volume 4 1992
RG 521.003.001.005 - WIE Volume 5 1992-93
RG 521.003.001.006 - WIE Volume 6 1993-94
RG 521.003.001.007 - WIE Volume 7 1994-95
RG 521.003.001.008 - WIE Volume 8 1995
RG 521.003.001.009 - WIE Volume 9 1995-9
RG 521.003.001.010 - WIE Volume 10 1996

Convocation, Spring 1984

File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1984. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.

Convocation, Spring 1983

File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1983. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.

Convocation, Spring 1982

File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1982. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.

Convocation, Spring 1981

File contains photographs of the Spring Convocation 1981. Included in the photographs is Ryerson President Brian Segal, various students, faculty and staff during the Applied Arts; The Arts, Community Services and Continuing Education; Business; and Technology Convocations.

Convocation, Spring 1980

Sub-series contains photographs taken at the various convocation ceremonies held in the Spring of 1980. Included are photographs from the Applied Arts division, Technology division, Business division, Arts division, Community Services division, and Continuing Education. The photographs are divided into files by ceremony.

Convocation

Sub-series contains photographs taken during Ryerson's annual convocation ceremonies. Sub-series has been divided into files by year.

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