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Ryerson News: October 19-23

Here are the latest stories from across campus!

The world’s best MBA programmes
The Economist

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Ryerson has ranked among the top 100 leading full-time master’s of business administration programs in the world!

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Teaching the next generation: What do they need to learn?
The Globe and Mail

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(Antonio Diaz/iStockphoto via The Globe and Mail)

Ryerson’s president, Sheldon Levy, shares his outlook on what the future looks like for the next generation in higher education.

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Ryerson University Takes Innovative Approach to Accessibility Challenge
Ryerson Today – News & Events

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(Ryerson Today)

TORONTO, October 21 – “How can we accelerate the dialogue on accessibility with the goal of helping to shift attitudes and change behavior?”

The answer to that question is at the heart of Ryerson University’s Hack-cessibility competition, an event taking place between October 23 and November 6, that will bring together students, businesses, members of the accessibility community, entrepreneurs and policymakers to envision creative digital media solutions to accessibility challenges.

Hack-cessibility is the first event as part of Ryerson’s Policy Innovation Platform, a pilot initiative designed to assist governments and non-profits by developing a new model of collaboration to solve today’s policy challenges. The platform is sponsored by Ryerson’s Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Ontario Government. (Ryerson Today)

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Men’s soccer highlights 2015 Rams athletics
Ryerson Today – News & Events

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(Ryerson Today)

A strong run for men’s soccer highlights this season of Ryerson Athletics, with the Rams once again delivering results from the rink to the field to the court.

With stats at 10-1-3 (wins-losses-ties), the Rams men’s soccer team has enjoyed a respectable year, currently ranking sixth nationally as it approaches the playoffs.

“I think it’s the culture of the whole team,” said associate coach Filip Prostran. “It’s not just a one-off year: it’s three or four years now that we’ve been consistently strong, and that speaks to great leadership on the field from the players. And the secret to this whole coaching thing is having great players.” (Ryerson Today)

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