The Carleton Ravens are the athletic teams that represent Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. The most notable sports team for Carleton is the men's basketball team.
The Carleton Knights football team represents Carleton College in college football at the NCAA Division III level. The program was started in 1883 and was very successful through the early 1960s, winning over 20 conference championships from 1895 to 1956.
Ryerson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ali Ryerson , flutist Art Ryerson (1913–2004), American jazz guitarist Egerton Ryerson (1803–1882), Educator and politician in early Ontario, and founder of Ryerson University Emily Ryerson (1863–1939), American survivor of the sinking of RMS Titanic Florence Ryerson (1892–1965), American playwright and screenwriter Frank L. Ryerson (1905–1995), American trumpeter, composer, arranger and educator Gary Ryerson (born 1948), American baseball player George Ryerson (1855–1925), Ontario physician, businessman and politician John K. Ryerson (1820–1890), Canadian merchant and politician Julian Ryerson (born 1997), Norwegian football player Martin A. Ryerson (1856-1932), American businessman, philanthropist.
Ryerson University is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Its urban campus surrounds the Yonge–Dundas Square, located at one of the busiest intersections in downtown Toronto.
The Ryerson Students’ Union is the former students' union that represented full-time undergraduate and graduate students at Ryerson University. All full-time students were required to be members and pay a levy.
The Ryerson Rams are the athletic teams that represent Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Ryerson University Library and Archives is the library of Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. The Ryerson Library collection consists of over 500,000 books, and over CAD$3 million is spent annually to acquire electronic resources, including e-journals, e-books, databases and indexes, geospatial data, and catalogued websites or electronic documents.
Ryerson Holding Corporation is a metals distributor and processor headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Ryerson Station State Park is a 1,164-acre Pennsylvania state park in Richhill Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It was previously home to Ronald J. Duke Lake, a 52-acre (21 ha) artificial lake on the North Fork of the Dunkard Fork of Wheeling Creek, that was constructed in 1960, but drained in 2005 due to structural concerns about the dam.
Ryerson Press was a Canadian book publishing company, active from 1919 to 1970. First established by the Methodist Book Room, a division of the Methodist Church of Canada, and operated by the United Church Publishing House after the Methodist Church's merger into the United Church of Canada in 1925, the imprint specialized in historical, educational and literary titles.
Ryerson University Entrepreneurship Program is the largest undergraduate entrepreneurship program in Canada with both major and minor degree programs available. It is a division within the Ted Rogers School of Management.
The Ryerson Image Centre, , is a renovated and remodelled former warehouse building at Gould and Bond Streets on the campus of Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The centre includes gallery, collections, teaching, research and exhibition spaces and shares the building with the School of Image Arts.
Carleton may refer to: