Sub-series F-201-1-3 - Vice-President, Harbour Centre and Continuing Studies

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Vice-President, Harbour Centre and Continuing Studies

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F-201-1-3

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  • 1986 - 1994 (Creation)

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7 cm of textual records

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Sub-series consists of the Associate Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with the Vice-President, Harbour Centre and with departments which belonged to the VP Harbour Centre reporting portfolio. Note that the title of this Vice-Presidential office changed over the period covered by this series: VP SFU at Harbour Centre (1987-1991), VP Harbour Centre and External Relations (1991-1994), and VP Harbour Centre and Continuing Studies (1994-1997). Activities and topics documented in the correspondence include planning for the downtown campus at Harbour Centre; operations of the Bridge to the Future fundraising campaign; correspondence with, related to, or copied from the University News Service (later renamed Media and Public Relations); and planning for the development of the University Village, a predecessor of the later Burnaby Mountain Community Project (UniverCity). Records consist predominantly of correspondence, with some reports and brochures.

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