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What’s happening across the blog.ryerson.ca network?

  • Nicole Land (this image is of my COVID kitty, Caper. Her excitement at learning that pigeons exist, as shown in […]
  • The following paper has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Functional Biomaterials: Leyla Hasandoost, Daniella Marx, Paul Zalzal, […]
  • This post was originally published on October 31, 2017 under a different site. During a gathering of deaf academics last […]
  • The first time I attended and presented at the Multidisciplinary Approaches to Language Policy and Planning Conference was in 2015 […]
  • How the WHO and CDC are redefining the meaning of key public health concepts Pandemic. The word that describes something […]
  • Planning for IAAPA Expo, taking place in Orlando in November 2021, continues. Dr. Woodcock is joining a panel with Danielle […]
  • David Gauntlett is Canada Research Chair at The Creative School, where he directs the Creativity Everything lab. He has worked […]
  • If you have bookmarked the previous address ryerson.ca/woodcock, please change your link to the new URL https://woodcock.blog.ryerson.ca Please also note that […]
  • Dr. Julie Ponesse, professor of Philosophy at Huron College at Western University in London, Ontario, published an emotional video on […]
  • The preparations for, and start of, the Fall 2021 has brought the corona crisis to a new level of intensity. […]