Fonds consists of "The D.A.R.G. Newsletter".
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Fonds consists of "The D.A.R.G. Newsletter".
Fonds consists of records pertaining to departmental productions including photographs, production meeting minutes, prompt scripts and associated material; Department of Drama meeting minutes (1969-1977) and slides. The fonds is arranged into four series: (1) Minutes (2) Production files (3) Prompt scripts and (4) Slides.
Fonds consists of Dean's Office records (see file lists under Education)(1959-1986); Associate Dean (Academic) records including correspondence and reports from various Committees (1961-1986); Faculty of Education Council minutes (1945-1977); Faculty of Education Council (Edmonton) minutes (1963-1964, 1969, 1978-1979); minutes of the Faculty of Education Staff meetings (1959-1963); Director of Practicum records (see file lists under Education) (1966-1974); Associate Dean (Administration) records including correspondence, reports, minutes (1950-1973); and Associate Dean (Student Affairs) correspondence (1966-1974). Also consists of Dean's Executive Advisory Committee minutes (1988-1994); issues of "The Journal of Educational Thought" (JET) (1967-1982), "Faculty News" (1980-1983), "Express Ed" (1985), "Practicum News" (1976-1992), annual bibliographies (1986-1994) and pamphlets.
Consists of correspondence, reports, sample exams and workshop files
Fonds consists of notes relating to the early history of the group and minutes of meetings.
Consists of aerial photographs of The University of Calgary campus.
Fonds consists of issues of "The Gag" and "The Goblet".
Fonds consists of production files (1973-1993) including imprints of the annual publication of ARIEL, galleys, proofs, pasteup sheets, files on contributors and subscription lists from 1971-1998. Also includes administrative files (1970-1975) of minutes of the editorial board, budgets and advertising correspondence.
Fonds consists of Assistant to the Dean's day files, council minutes, and subject files (1968-1989); Student Program Office records containing faculty handbooks and calendars, correspondence and minutes of the Student Programmes of Study Committee, correspondence of the Student Awards Committee, the External Advisory Council and the Student Admissions Committee and course outlines (1972-1994); Planning Program records including correspondence and reports on the General Knowledge Exam (GKE), the Capital Budget and Design Camp (1977-1989); Environmental Science General Knowledge exams (1974-1991); Industrial Design General Knowledge exams (1983-1991); and minutes from the Faculty Council and Faculty Management Committee (1989-1992). Also consists of Faculty Annual Reports (1976-1994); issues of "The New Ad Hoc" (1974), pamphlets, and records relating to chairs, certification, task forces, industrial design program, and professional associations (1971-2000).
Consists of MacEwan Hall Extension sod-turning button; University coat of arms; Celebration of Excellence programmes and sound recordings of event (1988, 1990, 1992); ribbon commemorating Physical Education Building opening; Miss U of C musical score and lyrics (1965); and photo of Peter Krueger, Murray Fraser, and Donovan Williams (1989); Learned Conference pins, mugs, carry-bag and notebook (1993-1994); plaque presented to President Cochrane (1977); A.W.R. Carrothers scholarship scroll (1969); Nursing uniforms, pins, sleeve patches, Nursing bag (nd); 25th Anniversary pins, t-shirts, plaques, ribbons and framed proclamation from the city (1992); beanies, material on student elections, Color Night, Glee Club and Wauneita Society (c.1960's); 70 posters and postcards advertising the University of Calgary [1971-1984], five ceremonial keys from the Board of Governors.
The Facilities and Services Planning Committee (FSPC) was established in April 1989 as a standing committee of the General Faculties Council (GFC 329.5.1). The Committee makes recommendations, as appropriate, to the University Planning Committee, the General Faculties Council, the Board of Governors or the Vice-President (Finance and Services).
The Facilities and Services Planning Committee is involved primarily with matters as priorities for facility development, space allocations and renovations, and the provision of human services. The committee develops the Long Range Physical Planning Policy, allocation and alterations of University space and innovations which support academic program delivery. The Committee also advises on implementation plans for institutional capital expenditures on electronic communications and instructional technology.
Membership on the Facilities and Services Planning Committee consists of five members named by the Striking Committee for terms of two years (renewable); one student named by the Student’s Legislative Council; the Vice-President (Finance and Services); the Director of Ancillary Services; the Associate Vice-President (Student Affairs); a member of the Technology Task Force; and the assistant to the Vice-President (Finance and Services) designated as the Executive Secretary.
The Facilities and Services Planning Committee was dissolved January 31, 2008.
The series is arranged into two sub-series: (1) Agenda packages; and (2) Related material.
Fonds consists of correspondence, business proposals, financial records, Sunridge Management Committee minutes, Department of Family Medicine Executive Committee minutes, University of Calgary Business meeting minutes, mission and vision statements,undergraduate objective and curricula, material on the Rural Family Physicians program, annual reports, and issues of the Department of Family Medicine Foothills Hospital Newsletter, Department of Family Medicine Faculty Newsletter, and Department of Family Medicine Newsletter.
onds consists of minutes and accompanying documents.
Fonds consists of microfiche of reports drawn from the Financial Reporting System.
Fonds consists of Faculty of Fine Arts Council minutes (1970-1977, 1997-2000); Dean's Advisory committee minutes (1987-1998); issues of "Repetoire" (1981), "Arts/Notes" (1980-1982), annual reports (1991-1993) and pamphlets.
1961-1995; (predominant 1969-1995)
9.7 m of textual records. - 11 cm of graphic materials. - 2 sound videocassettes
The Foothills Hospital School of Nursing admitted its first class of student nurses in 1965 and held its last graduation in 1995. During its years of operation 2,488 men and women graduated from the diploma program. The mandate of the School of Nursing was to prepare entry-level nurses with the skills needed to provide quality patient care in both acute and long-term care settings, and to provide opportunities for the continuing education of experienced nurses.
In order to provide a comprehensive nursing education, the School had affiliation agreements with a number of facilities in Calgary and the surrounding area such as the University of Calgary. This included the provision of University-taught courses for the School, and, beginning in 1985, an articulation program which allowed students who had finished their first year at the School to transfer to the second year of the baccalaureate program at the University.
Until the mid-1980s the school offered one course of study, the Basic (Diploma) Program, a comprehensive three-year program teaching fundamental skills required in the practise of nursing. Subsequently the school offered the Refresher Program (1984-1990) for nurses returning to the nursing profession, and a certificate Post-Basic Program (1985-1995). The School also participated with Mount Royal College and the University of Calgary in the planning, development and initiation of the Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program. The first two years of the program were taught at the School of Nursing, beginning in 1993.
Responsibility for the overall organization and administration of the School and its educational programs was held by an Associate Director of Nursing Education, who reported to the Director of Nursing at Foothills Hospital who, in turn, reported to the Hospital Administration. In later years, the head of the School reported to the Hospital Administration through an Assistant Executive Director (ca.1979), and subsequently through the Vice President, Nursing and Patient Services. By 1972 the Associate Director's title had been changed to Director of Nursing Education. When the Director resigned in 1993, the management of the school continued under a management team comprised of the Manager, Program Resources, Supervisor, Administrative Services, and the Curriculum Coordinator.
In response to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Career Development's decision to close diploma schools of nursing and to reduce student enrolment and grants to nursing education, the Foothills Hospital announced in 1994 plans to close Foothills Hospital School of Nursing and its basic diploma nursing program. The school closed on July 1, 1995, and withdrew from CCNP. It transferred its post-basic nursing education programs and the CCNP's diploma option to the Department of Nursing and Allied Health, Mount Royal College. Mount Royal College and the University of Calgary assumed responsibility for CCNP nursing students. The closing of the Foothills Hospital School of Nursing marked the end of the era of hospital-based nursing education in Calgary.
Donated by Foothills Hospital School of Nursing, 1995.
Fonds consists of records arranged into seven sousfonds: Central Filing System (1961-1995) containing correspondence, organizational charts, budgets, financial planning documents, committee minutes and reports, policy statements, annual reports, job descriptions, school calendars, program proposals, curriculum manuals and outlines, and agreements; Director, School of Nursing (1965-1995) containing proposals, feasibility studies, planning documents, correspondence, minutes, curriculum framework materials, course syllabi, reports, discussion papers, budgets and financial statements; Supervisor, Administrative Services (1985-1995) containing correspondence, recommendations, planning documents, policy statements, minutes, financial statements and reports; Manager, Program Resources (1980, 1982-1984, 1986-1995) containing curriculum evaluation materials, clinical placement requests, course outlines, student and faculty orientation manuals, minutes, staffing analyses and job descriptions, and agreements with Foothills Hospital and other institutions; Curriculum Coordinator (1961, 1985-1990, 1992-1995) containing Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program committee minutes, terms of reference, faculty meeting minutes, program and committee structure documents, and conceptual framework materials; and renovation project reports, contracts, project outlines and proposals, facilities analyses, correspondence, and architectural plans and sketches; Manager, Student Affairs (1963-1965, 1968-1995) containing annual reports; student and residence policy statements and regulations; graduation correspondence, minutes, programmes, photographs and budgets; Administration/Faculty/Student Liaison Committee correspondence and terms of reference; and awards correspondence, policy statements, terms of reference and recipient lists; and Registrar (1975-1976, 1978, 1983-1994) containing registrar manuals containing policy statements, and admission reports. Fonds also includes two general School of Nursing series: Course Materials (1971, 1975-1977, 1981, 1984-1985) of curriculum guides, master examinations, instructional photographs, assessment guides, course study guides and outlines, and a student orientation package; and Photographs (1968, 1970-1995) containing photographs of aspects of the Diploma Program and Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program, School events and facilities, graduation ceremonies (1968, 1970-1995), student activities and lab practise, and faculty and staff.
Some files are restricted due to personal or confidential information.
Inventory and file list available.
Foothills Hospital School of Nursing student uniform  and School award plaques are held by the University of Calgary Archives. School of Nursing student records and personnel records are held by the Foothills Hospital Human Resources Department. Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program student records are held by the University of Calgary Registrar and the Faculty of Nursing.
Fonds consists of minutes (1966-1970, 1989-1993), constitution (1989, 1992), accounting journal (1986-1990), correspondence (1990-1992), annual reports (1966, 1979-1981), executive lists (1990-1993), newsletters, and financial statement (1990). Also includes minutes and reports of the Foothills Christian Nurses Fellowship (1987, 1990-1992), and minutes of the Student/Faculty Liaison Committee (1968-1969). Original order maintained within files; files reordered by archivist.
Fonds consists of administrative records from the Department of French, Italian and Spanish.
Fonds consists of records created by the G6B/G8 office, temporarily created on campus in response to the G8 conference in 2002 including material from talks, events, and conferences, agreements with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT), budget material, notes on security, promotional records, a final report, website information, and posters of events.
Fonds consists of minutes of the Gastri-Intestinal Research Group meetings.
Fonds consists of Gauntlet newspaper and its summer school editions (1960-2004), and Gaillardia magazine (1962-1971, 1973, 1975-1976), as well as pamphlets produced by the Gauntlet.
Fonds consists of records created by the Office of Gender and Equity Issues which forms part of the Faculty of Medicine. The records include annual reports, membership information, presentation and training materials, correspondence, equity statistics, mandate review documents, and other materials.
Sous-fonds consists of GFC minutes (1964-2000); GFC Executive Committee minutes (1966-1997); sound recordings and appeal documents of GFC Committee to Hear and Determine Student Appeals student appeal hearings (1973-1989); day files and correspondence (1974-1991); academic and non-academic appeals (1982-1993); GFC Standing Committee on Ethics records (1977-1983); GFC University Planning Committee correspondence and minutes (1986-1993); GFC Appointments, Promotions and Dismissal Committee minutes and correspondence (1967-1983); ad hoc Committee to Study Education in the First Two Years material (1969-1970); Striking Committee records (1969-1970, 1990-2000); Communications Media Standing Committee of GFC minutes (1973-1978); GFC Library Committee minutes (1981-1983); GFC Bilingual Education Committee correspondence and minutes (1984-1990); Advisory Committee on Olympic Related Matters correspondence and minutes (1983-1988); Academic Program Committee minutes (1989-1992); issues of IMD newsletter (1970-1980); and lectures (1984-1986).
Fonds consists of early administrative records from the Department of Geography including staff meetings and planning documents.
Fonds consists of sound recordings and bound volume of Centennial Lectures in Geology (October-December 1975); issues of "Geoblab" (1984-1986), pamphlets, departmental Annual Reports (1977-1980, 1995-2001), and copies of the Department of Geology and Geophysics yearbooks (1985-1988, 1992).
Fonds consists of handbooks from the Graduate Science program, correspondence, scholarship files, program files, exit survey results, orientation materials, information on Research Integrity Days, and accreditation information.
Fonds consists of Joint University/Schools Liaison Committee records (1976-1981), administrative records such as Dean's Day Books, Graduate Scholarship Committee records, admissions, new graduate programs, changes to existing programs, scholarship records (1976-1999), correspondence, Dean's Advisory Council, Faculty of Graduate Studies Academic Program Committee records, Graduate Studies Faculty Council minutes (1963-1994), annual reports (1991-1993), and pamphlets.
Fonds consists of report on the group's objectives and activities.
Fonds consists of the records of the Conjoint areas research ethics committee, issues of "Faculty of Business Research Bulletin" (1974), "Business View" (1976), "Network" (1988), "The Scurfield Squire" (1987-1993), and "MIS Interrupt" (1977-1982), scholarly activity reports (1977), annual reports (1973-1974), pamphlets, yearbooks from the Faculty of Management, and an unofficial set of Faculty Council Minutes (1995-1999).
The fonds consists of the subject files of the University of Calgary's Department of history. The files are mostly administrative pertaining to the Canadian, Military and United States history programs and chairs, graduate program review, minutes and agendas of the Graduate Studies Committee, PhD proposal and programs, budget cutbacks, correspondence with the Unites States Air Force and United States Army College, correspondence, minutes and agenda of the Graduate Studies Committee, the Weiser Committee's report on graduate student funding, a survey conducted by female graduate students in history presented at the Canadian Historical Association (Victoria, 1990) and minutes of Department meetings. Many files also include proposals, news clippings, newsletters, surveys and questionnaires. The fonds also consists of files accumulated by Donovan Williams in his tenure as professor and Head of the department. Files include discussions on programs and curriculum, minutes of departmental meetings, correspondence of the Policy and Planning Committee, and correspondence and minutes of the Status of Women Committee of which Williams was a member.
Fonds consists of photographs of honorary degree recipients and accompanying citations.
Fonds consists of Systems and Records Office records including service requests, termination lists, turnover statistics, policies and procedures, and a sample of non-academic staff listing (1968-1991); Labour Relations Officer's records including collective agreements, grievance correspondence, adjudications and negotiation documents for AUPE and TUCFA bargaining (1968-1993); Salary and Classifications Officer's records comprising a classification manual and market surveys (1981-1984); and Training and Development Officer's records including newsletters, correspondence and reports on Training Needs Analysis and the Manpower Planning Project, correspondence, course handouts and evaluations of the following courses: Management, Interviewing Skills, Supervisor Training, Telephone Etiquette, Advanced Interpersonal Competence and Multi-media In-house Training Program (1977-1994). Includes 3 videocassettes of training courses and annual reports of the Employment Equity office 1990-1991, 1993-1994). Also includes issues of "Learning and Development Newsletter" (1997-); "Training and Development News" (1991-); pamphlets on retirement and long service awards.
Fonds consists of records of various working groups within the Information Technology Services unit including the Technical Services Coordination Group, Public Services Coordination Group, and Reference Coordinators. Also contains NOTIS Horizon (a computer software program for the library) project records, and records pertaining to DOBIS (a library online service).
Fonds consists of administrative files including minutes of Information Services Council and its executive committee; minutes of other committees within the Division and of university committees in which the Division of Information Services had an interest; budgets from Library Services, Information Services and Computer Services; reports from heads of Divisions and from outside agencies; annual reports of the Division of Information Services; correspondence with other university units and other universities. The records are arranged into nine series, including: Division of Information Services; Library; Computer Services; communicaitons Media; Insitutions; Budgets; Committees; University Units; and Outside Agencies.
In 1964, the Computing Centre was linked with the Data Processing Centre under the direction of Dr. J. E. L. Peck. Effective September 9, 1966, the two units were combined into the Data Centre. The Centre's facilities were located on the fourth floor of the library and its services were available to all members of the university free of charge. Lectures and courses were given by members of the Data Centre staff. In 1966, T. Ross Jewell took over as Data Centre manager. Schedules were used to manage computer usage among the university faculties. Mr. John D. Hopper became the Operations Manager in 1969 and the beginnings of computing science were mentioned in the "Computing and Data Processing News" newsletter. The Data Centre moved into new facilities in Science IIIB in October 1969.
By 1970, the Data Centre was being used for funded research and charges were instituted accordingly. Carl B. Marx was Operations Manager by 1971 and Dr. D. R. Ojakangas became Manager of the Data Centre in June of that year. By 1977, the centre was known as the Department of Computer Services in Mathematical Sciences with Dr. T. Barton taking over as acting director in 1979. In 1980, the name was changed to the Department of Academic Computing Services (ACS).
Dr. R. E. George was director of ACS from 1981-1989 and was succeeded by Acting Director Larry Sinkey from 1989-1995. In 1990, the university integrated SuperComputing Services with Academic Computing Services (Super Computing Scrapbook 1984-1992). The name of the department changed in 1995 to University Computing Services (UCS) with Larry Sinkey as the Director. Tony Barnfather took over as Acting Director in 1997 and J. Morven Wilson became Director of UCS in 1998.
In 1999, the unit became known as Information Technologies (IT) in the Information Services Division. The new department included some of the services and personnel which were formerly a part of Communications Media. In 2003, Harold Esche became the Acting Director of IT.
The responsibilities of Information Technologies include: Core business application development services; Com/Media; desktop technology; publications & documentation; web & email services; Microstore; network services; general information services; client services; academic systems services; systems services (business); and operations services.
Fonds consists of contracts, correspondence, minutes, project files, annual reports (1985-1988), pamphlets, administrative files from the Department of Administrative Systems (DAS) and from Academic Computing Services (ACS), committee meeting files, and related material. As well, issues of "Bernies Tips and Tricks" from the Desktop Technology Program and periodicals or newsletters published by the administrative unit, including "Micro Byte", "New Currents", "Info Serve", Big Byte", "ACS News", "ACS Staff Notes", and "Computing and Data Processing News". Also, the records of SuperComputing Services including correspondence, client support files, manuals, seminar reports, course notes, project descriptions (1984-1993), and issues of "Super*C" newsletters.
Fonds consists of board minutes, mandate, correspondence and scholarship information, and issues of "ICAL Bulletin" (1985-1988).
Fonds consists of an annual report from the Institute for Space Research.
Fonds consists of reports on the management, planning, needs and inventories of space requirements, Fact Books, Historical Planning Documents, Chronologies of University Buildings (1970-1990) (some of these reports are on microfiche); day files, Academic Policy Committee minutes, OIR Journals, Business & Finance Policy Committee minutes, Capital Development committee minutes, cost studies and planning models (1969-1980); OIA project files and reports (1969-2003); (1989-1993); and correspondence, design proposals and long range planning documents for University buildings (1970-1990). Also consists of pamphlets (1978-1996).
Fonds consists of agenda and minutes of the Institutional Policy and Priorities Committee and IPPC Planning Sub-Committee minutes.
Fonds consists of general administration files, files from the former Associate Vice-President (International), Board reports, budgets and financial material, the National Faculty Exchange Newsletter, correspondence regarding Pacific Rim and Chinese scholar exchanges, correspondence and reports of the Canadian International Development Agency and correspondence and reports of the Divisions of International Business, International Development and International Relations (1980-1989). Also consists of project files from Nepal, Bhutan, the Davao Health Development PRoject and Peru; financial and administrative records from the Canada-Asia Partnership Project (CAP) (1991-1996); issues of "Update" (1988-1989), "Perspectives" (1990-1991), "Division of International Development Bulletin" (1988), "International Business Briefs" (1987-1992), and annual reports of the Divisions. Also contains correspondence, reports and other records of the Nepal Engineering Education Project, agreements and memoranda of understanding, photographs, videos of the Nepal project, sound recordings of presentations and seminars, records regarding the Desaper Project (perinatal health care), Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Canada Asa Partnership, and Nepal Community Health Development Project. University of Calgary Gorbachev Fund records including administrative and organizational files, minutes, project letters of intent and proposals, correspondence, and financial records.
Fonds consists of issues of the IIC Newsletter.
Fonds consists of an agreement and correspondence regarding the Canadian Education centre network (CED), correspondence with the Asia Pacific Foundation, and records from education fairs including itineraries, exhibitors' manual from Hong Kong, Dubai trip report, and correspondence.
Fonds consists of contracts and agreements, general correspondence, and program information with CIDA regarding Chinese, Kenyan, Malaysian, and Libyan students.
Fonds consists of funding and budget reports, correspondence of the Policy and Advisory Committee, research projects and proposals (1973-1993). Includes aerial photographs of the Centre (1970); issues of "Mountain Watch" (1982), annual reports and pamphlets.
Fonds consists of issues of "Killam World" and "Killam Calgary Review".
Fonds consists of administrative records (1969-1992) such as program files, buildings, University of Calgary Swim Club, Faculty Council, appeals, and Faculty General Promotions Committee, pamphlets, issues of the Newsletter of Outdoor Pursuits Student's Society (1980) and "Inside Track" (1998-present), and annual reports of the Faculty of Kinesiology, the Sport Medicine Centre, and of the Human Performance Laboratory.
Fonds consists of Director of Administration and Community Relations records including correspondence of the official opening and Tenth Anniversary, correspondence regarding the Martland and Fenerty Lecture series, reports from the Fund Development Committee and the Focus on Natural Resource Law Campaign (1975-1990), and records of the Dean of Law including minutes, reports and correspondence from the Council of Canadian Law Deans and the Faculty of Law Council (1975-1993). Also includes records from the Dean's Office, the Associate Dean's office and the Director of Administration including administrative material, curriculum, admissions and fund development committees, material regarding the history of the Faculty and records regarding the move to the Professional Faculties Building. Also consists of copies of "The Springing Use" (1976-1980), "Moot Hill" (1982-1989), annual reports of the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family (1988-1990), pamphlets and teaching materials (1977-1994), the Faculty of Law yearbook (1989), and videos documenting lectures, speeches, performances, and other events in the Faculty of Law.
Fonds consists of administrative and correspondence files from the Law Library Administration Office. Includes external, provincial and federal government, library, law faculty, and Law Faculty Council correspondence. Administrative files include records on law faculty courses, law faculty, Law Faculty Council records and minutes (1984-1995), law library, memos, associations (such as Calgary Law Library Group, Supreme Court Library), donations, companies (such as Imperial Oil Ltd and Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co.), and individuals.
Fonds consists of correspondence with exhibitors and presentators, general administrative files of the Secretariat, press release packages and correspondence from other Universities who had previously hosted the Conference. Also included are ephemera of Conference momentos.
Dr. David James Lewis was born in Montreal, Quebec on 28 May 1920. He received his early education at Selwyn House School in Montreal and later at Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ontario. Dr. Lewis then attended McGill University, graduating on 29 May 1941 with a Bachelors of Arts “First Class Honors in Language and Literature.”