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Five Year Academic Plan: 1975-1980

This file contains document "A Review of the past, An assessment of the present, A forecast of the future as it applies to the Journalism Department of Ryerson Polytechnical Institute".

Program Review Process

RPEP - Bachelor of Applied Arts, Journalism 1980
Program Evaluation - Academic Element April 1981
Program Evaluation March 1982
Program Evaluation Process - Report of PAC 1982
Proposal to Modify Journalism Program to Strengthen Training in Broadcast and Magazine, January 1983
PRP - Academic Quality Element c1989
PRP - Societal Need Element 1989
PRP - Financial Viability Element Jan. 30, 1990

Working Laboratory Program In Advertising Sales

This file contains The Proposal: That business students studying marketing or advertising take over the administration and selling of advertising that will appear in two publications produced as coursework by students in the School of Journalism.

Canadian Journalism School Teachers : Ian Hamilton Address

An address delivered to the annual meeting of Canadian Journalism School Teachers by Ian Hamilton, a third year Ryerson journalism student. The title of the address is "On Future Journalism and How We Should Relate To It.".
Included with this document is a photo print of Ian Hamilton which was published in the March 20, 1970 issue of the Ryersonian, to accompany the news report about his address.

Assignment photographs

Series consists of 7,278 photographic negatives or b&w prints created by Ryerson staff and students in the 1950's and 1960's. The photographs were taken for use in the student newspaper, "The Ryersonian" ; the academic course calendar ; the yearbook ; and other school publications. Contact prints for the majority of the collection are available for viewing in our reading room. Negatives are in the process of being scanned.

The photographic images are arranged according to subject :

  • Aerospace Technology
  • Anti-Cutback Rally (request from RG 95.1 box)
  • Architecture
  • Art Shows
  • Athletics
  • Awards
  • Barbers
  • Basketball
  • Bookstore
  • Business Administration
  • Campus - Old
  • Career College
  • Chemical Technology
  • Church Street
  • Circle K (Kiwanis)
  • Civil Technology
  • CJRT
  • Classroom Scenes
  • Clubs
  • Convocation
  • Convocation at Deer Park
  • Dances
  • Drama
  • Early Childhood Management
  • Eggy
  • Electrical Technology
  • Electronic Technology
  • Extension Department
  • Faculty and Staff
  • Fashion
  • Food Administration
  • Food Services
  • Football
  • Furniture and Interior Design
  • Gas Technology
  • Health Clinic
  • Health Inspectors
  • Hockey
  • Homecoming
  • Home Economics
  • Hotel, Resort, and Restaurant Administration
  • Howard Kerr Hall
  • Initiation
  • Instrument Control Technology
  • Journalism
  • Kerr Hall (Oakham House)
  • Library
  • Marketing
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Medical Laboratory
  • Metallurgy Technology
  • Miscellaneous
  • Miss Ryerson
  • Music
  • Ontario Government
  • Parades
  • Photographic Arts
  • Picnics
  • Printing Management - Graphic Arts
  • Queens and Princesses
  • Radio and Television Arts
  • Registration
  • Remembrance Day
  • Retirement Dinner
  • RIOT
  • ROW
  • Ryerson Hall
  • SAC
  • Secretarial Science
  • Secretaries Luncheon
  • Soccer
  • Statue of Egerton Ryerson
  • Visitors to Ryerson
  • Works of Art on Campus

Negatives & Contact Prints: Student Assignments

This collection represents the blending of a large group of student photography assignments, comprised of black and white photographs and contact sheets from several accessions. The negatives and contact sheets are filed alphabetically, by the photographer's surname, except for a small group which is filed by subject. In addition, there is a small group of unidentified negatives and contact sheets.

Photograph Files

This file contains black and white photographs used by Journalism students in the production of the publication "The Ryersonian".

Large display size prints of Journalism students

Five black and white photographs measuring 41cm x 51cm. Depicts Journalism students pasting up news copy and involved in various stages of publication production, and 3 black and white group photographs (16 x 23 cm ) attached to the sheets of paper.

Reference file photographs

Sub-series consists of 42 files containing black and white photographs used by Journalism students to illustrate articles in various Ryerson Publications or for reference purposes. A FINDING AID is available.

The Ryersonian newspaper

Bound and loose copies of the Ryersonian newspapers from 1948 until 2020. Access copies available for consultation in the Archives and Special Collections reading room.
As of Winter 2020 the Ryersonian newspaper went to an online format only because of the Covid 19 pandemic. It is yet to be determined if they will continue to put out a hardcopy newspaper.
In May of 2021 a renaming committee recommended that the names of both the Ryersonian and the Ryerson Review of Journalism should be changed. The School Council unanimously approved these motions. In July, the School reached out to community members with a renaming form, encouraging them to submit their ideas for new names. In September 2021 the name was changed on "On the Record".
These changes are in line with the University's announcement of its intention to change the name of the University in time for the 2022-2023 school year. This change was one of 22 recommendations put forward by the Standing Strong Taskforce whose mandate was to to develop principles to guide commemoration at the university and to respond to the history and legacy of Egerton Ryerson within the context of the university’s values.

Award plaques

Sub-series consists of 5 awards plaques that were presented to students in the Journalism program.

RG 95.04.01 James G. Hagen Award, 1969-1981
RG 95.04.02 MacLean Hunter Journalism Graduate Award, 1954-1973
RG 95.04.03 Member/Audit Bureau Of Circulations, 1969
RG 95.04.04 Ryersonian, Front Page, c1952
RG 95.04.05 The Mirror Fifth Page Award For Poetry, 1962-1980

Review of Journalism

Started in the Spring of 1984 as a yearly publication by the School of Journalism, it became a twice yearly publication in 1995 with Spring and Summer editions. In 2011 it switched to summer and winter editions. In 2013 the RRJ began publishing only one edition again. The editors of the journal are all Ryerson Students.

In May of 2021 a renaming committee recommended that the names of both the Ryersonian and the Ryerson Review of Journalism should be changed. The School Council unanimously approved these motions. Ryerson was removed from the name of the magazine. The Spring 2022 edition was the first with the new name "Review of Journalism".

These changes are in line with the University's announcement of its intention to change the name of the University, which occurred in Spring 2022 - Toronto Metropolitan University. This change was one of 22 recommendations put forward by the Standing Strong Taskforce whose mandate was to to develop principles to guide commemoration at the university and to respond to the history and legacy of Egerton Ryerson within the context of the university’s values.

School of Journalism

The Magazine - news and entertainment for Ryerson

Contains 3 copies of the only edition of The Magazine - news and entertainment for Ryerson. Published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.

School of Journalism

City Images

Contains 2 copies of the only edition of City Images Magazine. Published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.

School of Journalism

Images

Contains 2 copies of the only edition of Images Magazine. Published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.

School of Journalism

Future Images

Contains 2 copies of the only edition of Future Images magazine. Magazine published by the Department of Journalism. Unclear as to where they got their content - Journalism program only or open to University as a whole.

School of Journalism

The Ryerson Magazine

First published in October 1975 and last published in 1981. Published by the Department of Journalism and had articles written by students in the Journalism program.

School of Journalism

The Magazine

First volume published in October 1974 and last edition published in April of 1975. Magazine was published by the Department of Journalism and featured writers from the third year journalism magazine students.

School of Journalism

Journalism magazines

Sub-series consists of magazines produced by the Journalism program: The Ryerson Magazine, Images, The Magazine, and The Ryerson Review of Journalism which went online in December 1997.
Also included is one ticket to the 30th anniversary celebration of The Ryerson Review of Journalism.

Annual reports

File contains copies of the annual reports created by the Faculty. The 2012 edition is the first one for this Faculty. In 2011-2012 there was a major re-arrangement within the Faculty, with a brand new Faculty of Science being created.

Faculty of Science

  • RG 947
  • Fonds
  • 2010 - 2014

Fonds contains records related to Ryerson's Faculty of Science.

Faculty of Science

History of Nursing scrapbook

Scrapbook unbound with laminated basswood covers. Pages contain photo clippings from various sources that have been glued to the pages. The topics included nurses, healthcare, hospitals/residences, Nursing associations and memorials.

People included are: Paula (of Rome?); St. Elizabeth; Sister Andrea Arntzen (Norway); Jeanne Mance; Elizabeth Fry; Hildegarde; Frederika Fliedner; Florence Nightingale; Edith Cavell; Flora Madeline Shaw; Linda Richards; Margaret Breay; Mary Snively; Agnes Jamieson; Jean S. Wilson; Miss Clayton; Mabel F. Hersey; Dorothy Dix; Elizabeth L. Smellie; Dr. Anna Hamilton; Norah Livingston; Mrs. Rebecca Strong; Miss Bessie Beavis; Mlle. Chaptal; Baroness von Hogendorp; Sister Dora; Anna Caroline Maxwell; Rahere and King Henry I; Representatives from 5 countries accepted into the International Congress of Nurses - Yugoslavia, Greece, Philippines, Brazil, and Sweden; Grand Council of ICN; Nurses from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland; American Women's Hospitals School in Greece first graduating class; Sir Ronald Ross; and Joseph Baron Lister.

Buildings and places and things included are: Royal Ottawa Sanitorium (Ottawa); Presbyterian Hospital (New York); L'Hotel Dieu (France); Stevenson Memorial Hospital (Alliston); Royal Victoria Hospital (Montreal); Anna C. Maxwell Hall (Columbia University); Lady Mortimer Clark Residence for Nurses; Hospital for Sick Children nurses' residence (Toronto); Military Base Hospital (Toronto); Hospital of Sick Children (Toronto); Nurses leaving residence (Sick Children's Hospital); Toronto Western Hospital; Toronto Hospital for the Incurables; Toronto General Hospital nursing residence; Trudeau Sanitorium (New York); Sanatorium Point (Muskoka Lake); Southam Pavilion, Mountain Sanatorium (Hamilton); Queen Alexandra Sanatorium (London, Ontario); La Salpetriere (Paris); Ecole des Infirmieres Salpetriere (Paris); International Hygiene Exhibit in Dresden Germany; Nurses Home (Jerusalem); Jeanne Mance monument (Montreal); Jeanne Mance statue (Hotel Dieu, Montreal); portraits and memorials to Miss Nightingale; Miss NIghtingale's wheelchair; Carriage at St. Timothy's Hospital; Nurses in Crimea; McGill University campus; Health Welfare Centre (Israel); Interior pavilion at Lakeside Home; Canadian Nurses Association display; and sign from original Presbyterian Hospital (New York);

Architectural rendering - Elsie K. Jones Building

Framed architectural rendering of the new nursing residence called the "Elsie K. Jones Building" Rendering was presented to Mrs. C. A. LaVenture (Elsie K. Jones) at the naming of the residence. Written under the rendering is:
"This drawing was presented on the Fourteenth day of April, 1971, to Mrs. C. A. LaVenture (Elsie K. Jones) on the occasion of the naming of the Nurses' Residence the "Elsie K. Jones Building".
Under her guidance as Director of Nursing at the Wellesley Hospital, the highest standards of nursing education and nursing service were established, and her devotion and willingness to serve remain a lasting inspiration to the nursing profession."

Certificate of appreciation - Elsie K. Jones

Framed certificate of appreciation granted to Elsie K. Jones upon her retirement from Wellesley's School of Nursing in 1964. It reads as follows:
"The Wellesley Hospital Toronto, Ontario Canada
To
Elsie Kathleen Jones
On the occasion of your retirement the Directors
and Staff wish to record their sincere
appreciation of your selfless devotion as
Director of Nursing of this hospital. Your great con-
tribution to the Hospital and the field of nursing is
reflected in the excellent nursing standards demonstra-
ted by the many students who have graduated from
the School of Nursing under your direction
You have been of inestimable value in a period of growing com-
plexity in Hospital Administration and Nursing Education.
Your loyalty, sense of humility and willingness to serve, have been
an inspiration to many. In your 27 years as Director
of Nursing, your aim has always been to promote the highest
standards of nursing care, thereby making a memorable and last-
ing contribution to your profession.
In the years to come, your lifetime of devotion to
duty and your spirit of giving of yourself will
serve as guidance for us all.
On behalf of the Directors and Staff of Wellesley Hospital
September 1964
G. E. Thornton, Administrator
E. Dorothy Arnot, Director of Nursing."

Events, Holiday, and miscellanea

Series consists of files containing information on various events, holidays, and other miscellanea within the collection. Included are:

RG 946.03.13.01 New educational facility open house
RG 946.03.13.02 School of Nursing open house
RG 946.03.13.03 songs and poems
RG 946.03.13.04 Christmas Carol service and tea
RG 946.03.13.05 Newspaper and magazine articles
RG 946.03.13.06 Certificate of Appreciation - Elsie K. Jones
RG 946.03.13.07 Architectural rendereing - Elsie K. Jones building

Wellesley School of Nursing - Nursing procedures

Wellesley School of Nursing nursing procedures manual containing instructions on a variety of topics. Manual was used during the time with Wellesley Hospital was a division of the Toronto General Hospital. Topics include patient admitting and discharge, room cleaning, medical procedures, pre- and post-operative care, medicine administration, charting, and equipment use. Included are examples of the variety of forms used by doctors and nurses and a separate booklet of information on oxygen administration published by the Linde Company.

The Hospital for Sick Children affiliate pediatric program

The Hospital for Sick Children program, in place since 1919, was offered to nurses from Toronto General Hospital, Toronto East General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, Wellesley Hospital, St. Michael's Hospital, Branson Hospital, Women's College Hospital, and Soldiers' Memorial Hospital in Orillia. Graduate Nurses preparing for Ontario registration and students from the University of Toronto (come with their own instructor) were also in the program. Pediatric nursing was made a compulsory course for Nurses wishing to become registered with the Province of Ontario. The program itself lasted 8 weeks and covered conditions that were the most serious or most common in children including allergic conditions, cancer, congenital conditions, and exceptional children.
File contains a duotang with an outline of the pediatric nursing affiliate program.

Student notebook

Purple covered notebook belonging to a class of 1944 graduate. Inside the notebook are lecture notes and a copy of the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing procedures manual relating to the second year of training. Lecture notes for classes - Dietetics, Orthopedic surgery and Surgical Nursing.

Curriculum Committee

File is combination of 4 different files with Curriculum committee meeting minutes and accompanying materials. Each file part represents one of the original file folders with the original file name. Dates on the file parts sometimes crossover into the next file.

RG 946.03.10.01.01 Curriculum Meetings, 1953, 1956-1958
RG 946.03.10.01.02 Curriculum Committee, 1958 to Feb 1st 1961
RG 946.03.10.01.03 Curriculum Meetings Apr.30, 1959 - Dec. 7, 1959
RG 946.03.10.01.04 Curriculum Committee Meetings, 1961-1965

Committees

Series contains files of records relating to various committees within the Wellesley School of Nursing. Included are:

RG 946.03.10.01 Curriculum Committee
RG 946.03.10.02 Role of the Public Health Nurse in Schools committee
RG 946.03.10.03 Nursing Library, and Audio-Visual Committee
RG 946.03.10.04 Bursary and Loan Committee

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