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Winter Semester Conference Guide!

Aside from looking good on resumés, conferences can be fun learning experiences and great opportunities to network. In my first year I used to fear conferences because the sound of the word “networking” sent shivers down my spine. I went to the “TEDxRyerson” conference as well as the “RU a Leader?” conference back in my […]

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Ryerson Lens: Second Semester Excitement!

Hannah and Karishma here again, ready to bring you another installment of Ryerson Lens! With Winter semester back in full swing, the student body is getting back into study mode and is ready to take on the second half of the school year. We braved the chilly Toronto weather (and quickly ran back inside) to […]

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Ryerson Startups: Black Orchid

One of my absolute favourite things about Ryerson is the amount of entrepreneurial talent we have on campus. It’s not uncommon to learn that one of your classmates is in the development stage of their startup, or is even running a wildly successful business when not in class. Ryerson students have access to a ton of […]

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Event Recap: Careers in Marketing 2016

When you enter university, especially if you enroll in a business program, one of the most popular terms you will hear is “networking.” Every time you turn a corner, someone will be talking about how important it is to meet new people or grow your network. If you’re more on the shy side like I am, that may absolutely terrify you. […]

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5 Student Groups You Need to Join This Year

Ryerson has something for everyone when it comes to student groups. Classes should be your main focus at school, but let’s not forget how fun it is to get involved in the Ryerson community! From religious groups, to cultural groups, to social groups, to professional groups you have a PLETHORA of choices awaiting you. (Insider […]

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Event Recap: The Ted Rogers Management Conference

TRMC: A weekend of fun, professionalism and all things Ryerson! If you don’t know, TRMC stands for the Ted Rogers Management Conference. This is the LARGEST (that’s right, largest) student-run, undergraduate conference in Canada, and it is hosted right out of Ryerson’s own Ted Rogers School of Management. This conference is three days long, and […]

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Ryerson News: December 7-18

The top stories of 2015 Will Sloan for Ryerson Today “It was a year that brought momentous change and new models of learning. There were innovative community partnerships, groundbreaking businesses, and cutting-edge achievements from faculty, students, and alumni. As 2015 draws to a close, we look back on the ways that the Ryerson community made […]

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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 Ryerson has ranked among the top 100 leading full-time master’s of business administration programs in the world! Read more>>>    Teaching the next generation: What do they need to learn? The Globe and Mail Ryerson’s president, Sheldon Levy, shares his […]

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Oculus Rift & More – Ted Roger’s Management Conference

  Hey guys! I recently attended the annual Ted Rogers School of Management Conference with my wearable technology company team members. Our company, known as Klaptic, is all about increasing the rate of adherence of medical prescriptions – making sure that people take their medication properly and on time. This event was a fantastic opportunity […]

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Klaptic – A Wearable Technology Exposition

Hey guys! These past few weeks I’ve had the opportunity to work with some fantastic people developing a company known as Klaptic. Klaptic is a comprehensive system that incorporates wearable technology in order to solve a major problem – the issue of medical drug compliance. In other words, Klaptic looks to solve the underlying problem […]

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