Fonds consists of audit records of various departments and administrative units on campus
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Fonds consists of audit records of various departments and administrative units on campus
Fonds consists of report by Josepeh McCulley, "Some Comments and Observations regarding the University Centre, University of Calgary".
Fonds consists of administrative records of the Office of the Chief Librarian/Director of University Libraries (1947-1990) including correspondence, acquisition files, administrative day files, financial records, programme development files, library statistics, Library Committee and Library Council memos and minutes, policy and procedure files, and Dorothy Ryder's scrapbook containing annual reports, correspondence and photos (1957-1965); Information Centre audio-visual records (1968-1974); Library Administration records including complaint and incidence files (1983-1988), correspondence on the DOBIS system (1979-1985), minutes of the Faculty of Medicine Library Committee (1969-1979) and minutes of the Support Staff
Council (Library) Committee (1979-1987); Special Collections files on collections either transferred elsewhere or not acquired (1971-1988); Reserve Services annual reports (1973-1990); correspondence and minutes of Reference services Coordinating group (1981-1986); Committee on Overseas Libraries Support minutes, correspondence and files from various overseas libraries that books were donated to (1983-?); Library Council minutes (1987-1990); recording of a Library Council retreat (1986); Library Task Force on Theses correspondence and lists of theses sent to National Library (1979); recordings of Special Meetings of the Department Heads (1970); and Alberta Heritage Library Fund Advisory Committee minutes and accompanying documents (1979-1981). Includes staff newsletter, Cullings (1968-1973); and commemorative pamphlet (1973) and annual reports from Circulation Services (1987-1991). Also consists of Library Administration records (1969-1996).
Consists of microfilms of Board of Governors and Executive Council minutes (1913; 1927-1958; 1958-1968; 1908-1966; 1934-1965). Includes course calendars with courses taught in Calgary after 1945 (1908-1966), calendars of awards for Edmonton and Calgary campus (1960-1966), examinations (1935-1965), reports of the Board of Governors , the President's Report (1963-1964), and Report of the Special Committee on General Education (1948).
Fonds consists of calendars (1956-1967); Library Building Committee records including architectural plans (1960-1962?); pamphlets for closing excercises, convocations and admission ceremonies (1948-1965); UAC Conference on Higher Education or "the liberal Arts and Sciences" records (1961-1962); University Library annual reports (1957-1965); President's report (1965-1966); campus telephone directories (1963-1965); a volume of student essays called "Focus: a UAC Student Review" (1963); Universities Coordinating Council records (1964-1966); and Principal's office memos including reference to the Ad hoc Committee to Consider some Aspects of the Relationships between the Campuses of the University of Alberta in Edmonton and Calgary (1961).
Fonds consists of "An Act Respecting the University of Calgary", a report of the commission appointed to consider degree-granting powers, annual calendars, a copy of the architectural plan of university, an invitation to closing ceremonies (1913), a newsclipping, and preliminary announcement containing artist's rendering of proposed university layout.
Consists of history of the university from 1916 to 1966 by Sanders and Smith, clippings and photocopies of research material, 1909-1990, Bott's research material, and Smith's slides on the university's origins. Includes recorded interviews with Grant MacEwan (1987); and Mrs. A.L. Doucette, Frank Doucette, Lou Goodwin, W.H. Swift, and Mary Dover (1988).
Fonds consists of five sousfonds: Editorial Secretary files (1981-1992); Production Editor project files (1990-1994); Director's files (1981-1988); Promotions Coordinator files arranged into advertising, budget, design and sales series (1989-1994); and Operations Manager records (1982-2000). Also includes the minutes from the Board of Management meetings from 1981 to 1985, books published by the UofC Press at various stages of the editing process (1975-2004), Editoral Committee minutes and associated material (1984-2001), Editorial Board minutes (2002-2003), and marketing files (1991-2002)
Fonds consists of copies of "Mainline", the club newsletter.
The University Planning Committee is a standing committee of General Faculties Council. The Committee was established on April 27, 1989 (GFC 329.5.1). The purpose of the University Planning Committee (UPC) is to serve as General Faculties Council’s senior planning and priorities committee. More specifically, UPC co-ordinates institutional planning, recommends to GFC on program proposals received from APC, and provides the essential linkage between academic priorities and resource allocation.
Membership of the University Planning Committee consists of the following voting members: Provost and Vice-President (Academic) – Chair – ex officio; six members named by the GFC Steering Committee; One Dean chosen annually by Deans’ Council; The President - ex officio; Vice-President (Finance & Services) or Associate Vice-President (Administration) - ex officio; Vice-President (Research) or Associate Vice-President (Research) - ex officio; Vice-President (Facilities Management and Development) - ex officio; President of Students’ Legislative Council - ex officio; and President of Graduate Students’ Association - ex officio. Non-voting members include: Vice President (University Relations); Vice President (Development); Associate Vice-President (Academic), as Executive Secretary; one member named by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, Local 52; one member named by the Management and Professional Staff; one member named by the University of Calgary Faculty Association; and other administrative officers as required.
The series is arranged into two sub-series: (1) Agenda packages; and (2) Subject files and related material.
Fonds consists of minutes, subject and committee files.
Consists of minutes of the University Theatres Advisory Committee.
Fonds consists of the annual report of the Institute.
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes and reference material. Included are series such as Academic operations (1967-1980); Academic units (1956-1958, 1966-1983); Building and grounds, campus development (1968-1981); Committees (1966-1981); Conferences (1969-1971); Corporations (1967-1976); Foundations, special funds and fund raising (1966-1980); General (1966-1984); Government (1966-1981); Institutes and associations (1966-1985); Personnel (1966-1981); Research (1966-1979); Student Affairs (1966-1977); University government (1966-1981); and University groups and programs (1967-1981). Also includes faculty and general correspondence files (1959-1998); records related to the Academic Pension Plan, collective bargaining, arbitration briefs and agreements (1964-1993), and salaries and benefits (1970-1994); records related to space and buildings (1968-1988), committee files such as Institutional Priorities and Planning Committee (1985-1989); legal records on the Vinogradov case (1978) and other legal files (1991); Academic Program Committee minutes and subject files (1993-2002); University Planning Committee files (1990-2002); Administrative subject files (1993-1997); budget and financial material (1980-1999); GPC manuals (1971-1994); information for appointees to the staff (1969-1970); GFC handbooks (1966-1980); and appointment, promotion, and dismissal records (1982-1995).
Fonds consists of records created by the Business Officer, Vice-President (Business), Vice-President (Business and Finance), Vice-President (Finance) and Vice-President (Finance and Services) (1966-2002) comprising of subject files including correspondence, agreements, contracts, Investment Committee minutes and accompanying documents, The University Budget Committee records, The University of Calgary Faculty Association/Board negotiations files, capital and operating budget files, government grant requests, new program proposals, employee relations files, Capital Subcommittee files, Revenue Review files, and audio tapes of budget meetings (1966-1991); agreements and leases (1973-1992); capital and oeprating budgets (1966-1994); day files (1976-1984); Advanced Education transactions (1978-1982); and files created by the Director of Budgets (1975-2003). Also consists of records created by the Vice-President (Capital Resources), Vice-President (Services), Vice-President (Services, Facilities and Physical Planning), and Vice-President (Finance and Services) (1963-1996) comprising of subject files including correspondence, operating and capital budget files, buildings and grounds files, campus development files, leases, agreements, ancillary services files, Capital Development Committee and Capital Resources Policy Committee files, Space Allocation Committee minutes and reports, and Space Management Advisory Committee minutes and accompanying documents as well as Olympic agreements (1983-1988) and General Promotions Committee records (1968-1995). As well, the fonds includes records from the Bursar's Office including salary information, user fees, financial statements, payroll information, tuition and course fees, and other records (1964-1968).
Fonds consists of reports and correspondence on micro and supercomputer planning and implentation (1985-1988); correspondence and reports on long term academic and space planning (1982-1987); correspondence and reports on Co-operative Education, theInternational Centre and Business School (1988-1991), faculty correspondence (1968-1971); budgets and faculty development plans (1980-1988); general correspondence and campus planning for the Olympics (1985-1988); correspondence, reports, studies, statistics and transcripts of meetings of the Dupre Commission on the Advanced Education Equity Study (1986-1988); day files (1985-1988); and a policy manual regarding finance and facilities administration (1970-1990).
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes and accompanying documents, and reference material arranged into the following series: Academic Computing Services; Administration; Alberta Government; Associations and Foundations; Canadian Government; Chairs and Professorships; Committees; Computers and Computing; Corporations and Facilities; External Organizations; Faculties and Departments; Grants, Awards and Endowments; Institutes, Centres and Groups; Research Services; University Groups and Programs; University Research Park; and University Committees and Councils. Also includes records for Universities Technologies International (UTI) and Networks of Centres of Excellence as well as issues of "UTI Ink". Also contains minutes from the Associate Deans Research Forum (1996-1999).
Fonds consists of agreements, correspondence, and minutes.
Fonds consists of reports sent to the Year 2000 Project Office by faculties and service departments regarding Y2K readiness of University technologies.