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  • A new paper, “Impact of Pressure-based HACA Rates on Soot Formation in Varying-Pressure Coflow Laminar Diffusion Flames,” has been accepted […]
  • This past fall semester of 2019 marked my 15th time teaching our graduate cartography course. When I joined Ryerson University […]
  • There’s an interesting debate going on the in AI community. It has actually been happening for a while, it’s just […]
  • Who am I Targetting The target audience for the first graphic sequence is aimed at young people who menstruate and […]
  • Ryerson is embarking on creating a digital strategy informed by a series of community consultations. Consultation and strategy development As […]
  • The SLC is excited to announce the return of Taste of the SLC: A Food Market running from March 31st […]
  • Amanda Cupido (Journalism ’12, MPS, Psychology of Leadership) is a communications advisor for World Vision International, the Innovator in Residence […]
  • Stringed instruments have been around for thousands of years, and their legend is evident in both their existence as cultural […]
  • © Copyright 2020 Shanese Dulall, Ryerson University The chair. A simple item yet easily one of the most commonly overlooked […]
  • Gilmore Girls’ Lorelai Gilmore once said: “Everything’s magical when it snows.” And she was correct. The first snowfall of Winter symbolizes […]