Onah Jung appointed as a lecturer at the Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID)

The Ryerson School of Interior Design welcomes Principal Architect of the firm, Onah Jung as one of the lecturers for the course, Design Technology II effective September 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015.  With many years of professional training combined with past teaching experience would contribute the posting greatly.  In addition to this academic appointment, she also currently serves on the selection committee for evaluating students in Canada applying to Cornell University Architecture School.




Housed under the Faculty of Communication and Design, Ryerson School of Interior Design is located in a renovated post and beam warehouse in downtown Toronto. It is one of Ontario’s oldest university degree granting interior design programs. Started in 1948, the School has earned widespread industry respect due to the accomplishments of its faculty and its’ alumni.

Our teaching is grounded in a commitment to experiential and hands-on learning. An internship requirement, completed before graduation, is an integral part of the preparation for entering the profession. Field trips and opportunities for international exchange enrich the educational experiences possible at the school.

For more information, please visit RSID.