27 January 2015
Ryerson's GCM program prepares for its annual colloquium
TORONTO—The students of Ryerson University’s Graphic Communications Management (GCM) program are holding their annual colloquium on Feb. 5.

The colloquium is a chance for current students and industry professionals to discuss issues that affect the industry, and this year the theme is REVIVE-Breaking Sustainability Myths.  Speakers will be on hand to delve into topics like the sustainability of print, and its role as a responsible communication medium.

Speaking at this year’s Colloquium will be:
  • Monika Patel, director of programs & communications, Forest Stewardship Council
  • Carol Ramsay, business development consultant, Spicers
  • Phil Riebel, president, Two Sides North America
The colloquium will take place at the Ryerson University Heidelberg Centre. Registration begins at 6pm and presentations at 6:30.
All members in the graphics industry are invited to attend, sign up here.
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