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Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department Sub-series
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Academic writings and correspondence - general

Sub-series consists of records relating to Messenger's academic activities, such as article and book writing and editing; research; criticism, review, editorial and advisory work for various publications and papers; and correspondence and collaboration with colleagues. Sub-series also contains some material pertaining to Messenger's applications for graduate school and teaching positions, position appointments, and sick leave. Records include correspondence, reviews, papers, a journal, notes, and application and appointment forms.

Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Media, Communications, Community, and Government Relations

This sub-series consists of records created by the ad hoc committee that was formed to examine and improve the University's Media, Communications, Government, and Community Relations. The Committee was a precursor entity to the External Relations Committee. Includes meeting agendas, schedules, minutes, and notes; reports; presentations; promotional materials; and student surveys.

Simon Fraser University. Board of Governors. Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Media, Communications, Community, and Government Relations

Ad Hoc Board Governance Committee

This sub-series consists of records related to the activities of the Ad Hoc Board Governance Committee. Formed in 1994, the Ad Hoc Board Governance Committee served to develop policies on Board Governance and bring recommendations to the Board. Includes memos, policies, and meeting agendas.

Ad Hoc Committee on Reorganization files

Sub-series consists of one file containing records relating to the activities of the committee. Records include correspondence, reports, proposals, and recommendations.

Faculty of Education. Ad Hoc Committee on Reorganization

Adbusters magazine

Sub-series contains physical copies of 162 issues of Adbusters magazine, from inception up to August 2022. Two copies of Adbusters magazine, vol. 16, no. 3 (issue 77) with alternative cover pages are included. The sub-series also includes a separated cover which was once used to bind the "Blueprint for a New World" boxset (issues 112-117).


Sub-series consists of records relating to the administration of the Women's Campaign School, including minutes, correspondence, publicity, alumni, finances, and programming.


Subseries consists of files relating to general administrative matters of the Society, including general reports, organizational information, policies and agreements. Files also include some committee files, such as the Constitution, Provincial Liaison and Women's and Family Committees. Files in this subseries include reports, memoranda, articles, newspaper clippings and pamphlets, and correspondence.

Administration records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the general administration of the University and the development of its programs, services, and physical presence. Records include correspondence; reports, position papers, briefs, and working papers; minutes, terms of reference, and supporting papers; agreements; financial reports; promotional material; architectural drawings; legislation; lists; and reference material.

Administrative Assistant to the Dean correspondence

Sub-series consists of records made or received by Stan Kanehara, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Education, in the course of providing administrative support to the faculty over a seven-year period (1976-1982). Activities documented include management of physical facilities and infrastructure, budget planning and financial transactions, committee administrative support, and faculty-wide dissemination of information. Records include correspondence, master copies of wide-distribution memoranda, policies, proposals, invoices, schedules, leases, statistics, and forms. Note that correspondence for 1979 is missing.

Administrative files

Sub-series consists of administrative files relating to the composition and activities of the Board of Governors. Activities, events and topics documented include Board duties, responsibilities, and elections; appointments to the Board; Board member biographical information and photographs; hiring of the first President; the President's reports to the Board; the Committee of the Whole Discussion on Assessment of the President; correspondence and relations with the Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology; early University planning; and the announcement and construction of the Surrey City Centre site. Records include correspondence, reports, subject files, reference manuals, policy statements, presentations, and photographs.

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