Toni De Mello, director of human rights (centre) and Dayo Kefentse, director of communications (right), both from the Office of the Vice-President, Equity and Community Inclusion, receive the Canada’s Best Diversity Employer award on behalf of Ryerson University, presented by Kristina Leung, senior editor, Canada's Top 100 Employers.
U of T's ONRamp, a co-working and collaboration space, is designed to facilitate connections between researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and other members of the innovation community (photo by Chris Sorensen) The University of Toronto has enlisted a new post-secondary partner in its effort to help young entrepreneurs build the companies and jobs of the future.
4tell Solutions, the cloud-based asset management platform that gives organizations the ability to easily and accurately plan, budget and manage assets, has moved its headquarters to Atlanta, Ga., and has added two new hires to its Executive Team—Scott Mellett as Vice President of Sales, and Crystal McAdams as Controller and Human Resources Manager.
Five students from our School of Fashion Studiesstarted 2019 off right by celebrating impressive scholarship wins at a gala in New York City among the likes of Martha Stewart and Ryan Seacrest. Our Fashion Management students each won US$5,000 YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund awards based on their strong academic performance and on case studies they developed and presented.
U of T students Temisan Iwere, Kyra Stephen and Ayan Gedleh – executives in the U of T chapter of the National Society for Black Engineers – are organizing the first university student-run Black hackathon in the GTA (photo by Geoffrey Vendeville) Kyra Stephen, a Woodsworth College student in her last year of computer science, loves hackathons.