Category: Students

Motivation During COVID-19

Motivation is something many university students are currently struggling with because learning is a lot different this year. In some ways, virtual learning and social distancing have made school more draining. It’s not as easy to get into a mindset...

/ December 1, 2020

Staying Organized in an Online World

You’ve spent years building a productive routine for yourself, and with life happening virtually that entire routine seems thrown off balance. Well, you’re not alone. Many people feel unproductive and disorganized while studying and working virtually. Organization has always been...

/ November 25, 2020
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How to Manage Test and Exam Anxiety

Do you ever feel that you forget everything before a test begins because you are so nervous? Do you ever feel physical symptoms such as nausea before taking a test? Do you have intrusive thoughts before writing an exam? If...

/ November 17, 2020

Is Change Necessary for Success?

Entering the 2019 Fall term as a second-year Ted Rogers School student was enough to make me feel reassured of my readiness. I felt confident entering the new semester being an experienced university student. But, the Fall term ended and...

/ November 5, 2020
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Facilitation: A Tool for Learning

Facilitation is a great way to engage the audience and help them learn skills through ongoing discussion. Third-year Marketing Management student Anisa Sayani and fourth-year Global Management Studies student Saad Khan, who both work as Peer Academic Coaches at the...

/ October 21, 2020

Preparing for Midterms: Making a Study Plan for Reading Week

Making a study plan for exams is really tricky because if you start too early, you may forget the previous part you’ve reviewed. Or, if you think you still have time, you may end up with not being able to...

/ October 13, 2020

Co-op During COVID

While the COVID-19 pandemic may have forced offices to physically close, students in the Ted Rogers Co-op program have still been able to gain valuable work experience with remote work placements at some of Canada’s leading organizations. The Business Career...

/ October 9, 2020

Five Essential Steps to Make Virtual Training Successful

Adjusting to the “new normal” amid COVID-19 has been a challenge for everyone. When I discovered that the TRSM Academic Success Centre (ASC) planned on conducting virtual training for my Peer Academic Coach job, I wondered how it could be...

/ October 1, 2020

Katherine Tran’s co-op placement at the Ryerson Entrepreneur Institute

The Ryerson Entrepreneur Institute (REI) is a university-wide program, initiated by the Office of the Provost, to motivate students to actively discover new innovations and act on them to create new businesses, non-profit organizations or community programs. The goal is to provide...

/ September 18, 2020

Gaining Work Experience in Sport Business During a Pandemic

If your goal is to achieve success in the sport business industry, the Ted Rogers MBA program at Ryerson University is where you need to be. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Ted Rogers School is surrounded by...

/ September 18, 2020