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Academic support departments - correspondence

Series consists of records relating to the Associate Vice-President, Academic's reporting relationship to the VP Academic (meetings, consultations, advice); regular meetings with other senior university administrators; supervision of and interactions with the academic-support departments that reported directly the AVP Academic; the AVP Academic's involvement in university space planning; consultations with the SFU Faculty Association (SFUFA) and the Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU); and participation in various university committees. Records consists predominantly of correspondence, reports, and meeting agenda, minutes, support papers and notes. For a detailed description of record types, see individual sub-series descriptions.

Academic work records

Series consists of records relating to Wah's work at various academic institutions, including Selkirk College, the David Thompson University Centre, and the University of Calgary. Records include course material and student assignments, instructional resources used by Wah, and administrative records created through Wah's employment at these various academic institutions.

The records in this series have been arranged into the following five sub-series: bpNichol seminar records, Course records, General instruction records, Markin-Flanagan residency records, and Administrative and general records.

Academic writings and correspondence

Series consists of records relating to Messenger's academic career and activities, in particular, her writings and correspondence of an academic nature. Includes material relating to the research, writing, editing, publishing, and distribution of articles and books written or edited by Messenger. Series also includes correspondence with colleagues involving collaboration or Messenger's advising on and editing of papers, articles, or other publications. Some material relates to Messenger's acceptance into graduate school, teaching position appointments, and sick leave. Records include correspondence, reviews, papers, journal, notes, proofs and typescripts, and application and appointment forms.

Accounts correspondence and invoices

Series consists of accounts payable and received by various vendors, distributers, professional organizations and service providers dealt with in the course of normal business. Records include: correspondence, balance sheets, invoices, orders, receipts, contracts, trade publications, and newspaper clippings.

Acquisitions Division records

Series consists of records related to the establishment of the Library collection and includes the Library's original book accession lists; Acquisitions Division correspondence with the university community and book processing and publishing companies; annual reports for the division; and work of the Serials Project Team.

Records include correspondence, reports, statistics, and invoices.


Series consists of material relating to Occupy Vancouver either created or received by Adbusters. Included are two flags similar to the American and Canadian flags. The first flag contains the symbols of large corporations. The second flag is decorated with multiple maple leaves that form “99%.” It also includes a copy of the Adbusters magazine The Big Ideas of 2012 and a copy of the book Meme Wars: The Creative Destruction of Neoclassical Economics.


Series consists of records relating to the administration of the organization. Activities documented include the drafting of the constitution, incorporation, annual general and monthly meetings, and staffing. Included are the constitution, drafts, minutes, correspondence, and office logbooks, as well as records relating to membership, personnel, and operating policies.


Series consists of files relating to the operation of the CWVC, including planning, governnance, correspondence, fundraising, media, presentations, newsletters, and ephemeral material.


Series consists of records relating to the administration of the Department, including budgeting, staffing, and policy formulation. It includes annual reports, constitutions, correspondence, course outlines and schedules, memoranda, policies and procedures, press releases, and reports.


Series consists of records relating to the administration of The Peak by the Peak Publications Society Board of Directors. Includes the constitution, certificate of incorporation, minutes from both Annual General Meetings and regular meetings, correspondence and records about the Peak Publication Society's relations with the Simon Fraser Student Society.

Administration - departmental

Series consists of records relating to the operations, policies and procedures of the Department. It includes departmental reviews by outside referees; departmental reports, minutes and papers associated with departmental meetings; and memoranda on subjects of importance to the Department.

Administration - faculties

Series consists of records relating to policy and planning in other departments and faculties that concerned the Department. It includes correspondence and memoranda.

Administration and organization

Series consists of records relating to the development of the Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies including its administration, organization and operation, and dissolution. Activities and topics documented include, but are not limited to, the establishment and operation of the predecessor General Studies Division; the establishment of the Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies; the hiring of teaching personnel; and the management of labour disputes. Series includes correspondence, policies, procedures, reports, and statistics.

Administration and organization

Series consists of records arising from the establishment, organization, adminstration and dissolution of the East Enders Society. Series includes constitution, minutes, correspondence, notes, and other documents.

Administration and organization

Series consists of records relating to the development, administration, organization and operation of the Canadian Studies Program and its successor, the Centre for Canadian Studies. Series includes Steering Committee agendas, minutes and papers; reports; proposals; and other documents.

Administration and organization files

Series comprises records made or received by the BCSF in the course of establishing the organization and administering its programs. Activities documented include the creation of the BCSF, its organizational changes over time and evolution into the Canadian Federation of Students---Pacific Region; and management of the organization's finances. Includes correspondence, briefs, reports, financial statements and other documents.

Administration and organization files

Series consists of records relating to the administration and organization of the Association of University and College Employees, Local #2. Records reflect AUCE's executive and general meetings, elections, financial statements, and various committees such as the strike support committee and the grievance committee. Includes constitution, by-laws, articles of agreement, contracts, reports, minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial records, memoranda, and ephemera.

Administration and organization records

Series consists of records relating to the administration and organization of the Port Coquitlam Area Women's Centre. Records reflect the establishment of the centre, its functions and activities, and its internal organization. Also reflects the structural relationship of committees, and members. Includes the constitution, by-laws, minutes from general meetings and from the steering committee, records of other centre committees, membership lists, policies and procedures, annual reports, and centre statistics.

Administration and organization records

Series consists of records related to the general administration and organization of the Department of Athletics and Recreation and its predecessors. Activities and topics documented include the development of departmental goals, objectives, policies, and philosophies; and the establishment of office and staff regulations and procedures. Predominant document types include correspondence, policy and procedure statements and handbooks (and other similar reference material), organizational charts, and minutes of departmental staff meetings.

Administration records

Series consists of records related to the daily administration of the University Library including organizational charts and identification of Library objectives; formulation of policies and procedures; management of staff and personnel issues including salaries, job descriptions, and grievances; monthly departmental statistics and reports; thesis preparation and binding; funding for staff research and bibliographic projects; implementation of fire and emergency procedures; budget planning and financial working papers; and management of the Audio Visual Centre.

Records include correspondence and working papers, statistics, reports, budgets and newspaper clippings.

Administrative and committee work

Series consists of records relating to administrative and committee work at SFU and also Delany's involvement in external organizations such as the DH Lawrence Society and Modern Languages Association and DH Lawrence in China. There are also some book reviews interspersed throughout the series. Finally, there are records relating to graduate students.

Series contains notes, minutes, correspondence, conference proceedings, proposals, reports, and grant applications.

Administrative and operational subject files

This series consists of records relating to the general administration of the Network through the management office. Activities documented include establishment of the Network, development of policy and governance structures, strategic planning, incorporation, liaison with member institutions, liaison with the federal Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program and other NCEs, TeleLearning's mid-term review in 1998 and its renewal application in 2000.

Records includes correspondence, reports (including Annual Reports and the final NCE report), statistics, polices and procedures, insurance policies, agreements (including the Network Internal Agreement), Network by-laws, letters patent of incorporation, funding applications and planning documents. Both paper and electronic records have been retained, and there is some duplication of documents across media. Electronic records are retained in their original software formats (.doc .xls, .ppt, .pdf, .jpg).

Administrative committees

Series consists of records relating to committees concerned with the administration and the evaluation of the Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies (FIDS). The Dean's Advisory Committee consisted of the FIDS departmental chairs and program directors. FIDS was reviewed by the University Review Committee and the Presidential Advisory Committee on University Priorities; various Senate committees liaised with FIDS in matters of curriculum and student representation; and the Dean of FIDS was a key member of university committees concerned with computing policy because of the Department of Computing Science within FIDS. Series includes agendas, minutes, reports, and working papers.

Administrative departments

Series consists of records relating to the relationship between the Vice-President, Administration and the various departments and units which reported to that office. These included the Bursar, Ancillary Services, Computing, Personnel, Athletics and Recreation, and Physical Plant and Planning. The series includes correspondence, memoranda and reports.

Administrative departments - correspondence

Series consists of records relating to the Vice-President, Academic's interactions with the Vice-President, Administration and with university administrative departments during periods in which they reported to the VP Administration, including the Registrar's Office, the Bursar's Office, Personnel, the Computing Centre, Physical Plant and Planning, Ancillary Services, and Athletics and Recreational Services. The series generally coincides with the tenure of George Suart as VP Administration (1970-1986). Activities and topics include budget planning, policy development, program development, registration, IT systems planning, and space allocation planning. For detailed description of record types, see individual sub-series descriptions.

Administrative files

Series consists of records relating to various administrative activities carried out by the department, including work study programs for students and an honorary degree nomination (Muriel Duckworth). Records include correspondence, proposals, and nomination documentation such as CVs, articles, and other background documentation.

Administrative files

Series consists of records relating to the administration of the School office and management of relations with non-academic employees. Activities and events documented include job classification, office policy development, personnel organization, labour disputes and strikes, forms management and file classification. Records include form templates, job descriptions, correspondence, policies and procedures, newsletters and media releases, and a file classification plan (1970).

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