Newswise — Various Ryerson University faculty experts available to comment on Valentine's Day themes including love in literature, philosophy of love and intimate relationships.

Philosophy of love and sex1) Elizabeth TrottProfessor Department of PhilosophyOffice: 416-979-5000 x 6163[email protected]* Available Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings

2) James CunninghamProfessorDepartment of PhilosophyOffice: 416-979-5000 x 6117[email protected]

Co-workers’ reactions to romantic relationships in the workplace Nina ColeAssociate Professor Chair, Human Resources Management/Organizational BehaviourTed Rogers School of ManagementOffice: 416-979-5000 x 7558[email protected]

Love in the digital age• Love in Virtual Reality - Celebrating Valentine's Day with your Avatar and online loves.• Tweet Your Love Online - How Twitter is changing public declarations of love• What is the social impact of love moving online? • What are the social and moral impacts of online love?

James Norrie Associate Dean, AdministrationTed Rogers School of ManagementOffice: 416-979-5000 x 5287Alt: 416-520-0752[email protected]

Valentine’s Day feasting• Health benefits of chocolate • Celebrating Valentine’s Day with a heart-healthy meal

Rena MendelsonProfessorSchool of NutritionOffice: 416-979-5000 x 7522[email protected]

Couple therapy, intimate relationshipsCoping with being single on Valentine's Day

Candice MonsonAssociate Professor and Director of Clinical TrainingOffice: 416-979-5000 x 6209[email protected]

Love in literature• Adam and Eve in the garden • The relationship between love, knowledge, unity and temptation

Randy BoyagodaAssociate Professor Department of EnglishOffice: 416-979-5000 x 4745[email protected]

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