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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The Ted Rogers Management Conference aka The Best Weekend EVER

The Ted Rogers Management Conference, one of the most phenomenal, rewarding weekends of my life! For those of you who don’t know what TRMC is, it is Canada’s largest student run undergraduate conference! It showcases our business faculty through case competitions, networking nights, and tons of amazing socials! This year, I had the opportunity to […]

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Ryerson’s Re-Engineering Fashion Competition & Workshops

Hey guys! Today I’ll be sharing my experience with Ryerson’s Re-Engineering Fashion Competition and the three workshops that built up to the competition. The goal of the Re-Engineering Fashion initiative was to engage business, fashion, and engineering students with the singular goal of creating new, innovative, and useful wearable technology. Moreover, the winning team received a […]

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Ryerson News: March 16-20

Last week was a busy one for us here in Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment. We welcomed students onto campus for our March Break Open House and campus tours throughout the entire week. A lot of things were happening across campus as well, and here’s the biggest stories from across campus: Jahmal Jones leads Ryerson to […]

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Ryerson News: January 26-30

Check out last week’s biggest news stories from across campus! Tom Anselmi joins Ryerson as distinguished visiting professor in sport business Ryerson Today http://ow.ly/In9VO “Tom Anselmi, a Canadian sport industry executive with over 25 years of experience in the sports and entertainment business, has been appointed a distinguished visiting professor at the Ted Rogers School […]

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5 Reasons Why 8am Classes Aren’t So Bad

Okay okay, I know most of you are probably already shaking your heads at this BUT before you press the little X at the top right corner just hear me out. My concentration levels are MUCH higher in earlier classes (with a black coffee of course). I’m much more awake and notice I retain more information […]

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