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Ryerson Innovation Circle - News and Updates

December 10, 2021 -  From Vulnerability to Possibility: Investing in Mothers to End Intergenerational Cycles of Addictions & Trauma present a 6-month update to the Ryerson Innovation Circle Circle. From Vulnerability to Possibility won the $70,000 Ryerson Innovation Circle Discovery Prize in 2020.

In a pitch competition on October 14, the Ryerson Innovation Circle selected From Vulnerability to Possibility: Investing in Mothers to End Intergenerational Cycles of Addiction & Trauma - a research project led by Professor Karen Milligan (top centre) and psychology graduate students Erica Rodrigues and Victoria Ingram (top left and right respectively) - to receive the Ryerson Innovation Circle Discovery Prize.

Thank you to the stellar members of the Innovation Circle (second row from the top and down) Isaac Olowolafe, Gurbani Marwah, Josh Reisman, Eddie Chan, Ronnen Harary, Karlee Vukets and Moez Kassam for their investment of time, energy and funding in support of advancing Ryerson research.

October 22, 2019 - Citytrees present a 6-month update to the Ryerson Innovation Circle. Citytrees won the $70,000 Ryerson Innovation Circle Discovery Prize in 2019.

April 30, 2019 - The Ryerson Innovation Circle watched 3 finalist teams pitch their research projects at the annual adjudication event. They chose Citytrees as the winner of the 2019 Ryerson Innovation Circle Discovery Prize, which provided them with $70,000 to support their project.  

Nov. 20, 2018 - We are now accepting research proposals from Toronto Metropolitan University faculty member & graduate student teams under the 2019 Innovation Circle Program call for proposals.

Nov. 13, 2018 - At the inaugural meeting of the Ryerson Innovation Circle, the members heard from distinguished Toronto Metropolitan University researchers and decided on the Call for Proposals for the research competition. In Spring 2019, finalists across the university will pitch their innovative ideas to the Ryerson Innovation Circle, and one will receive their $70,000 prize.