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Animal Care Facility

Sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from the Animal Care Facility during the period in which it belonged to the VP Academic's reporting portfolio. Activities and topics documented include operation of the facilities, including assessments by the Canadian Council on Animal Care; department budget and staff relations; development of university policy relating to the use of animals in research; and the activities of the University Animal Care Committee. Records include correspondence, proposals, job descriptions, facility assessment reports, fact sheets, and notes and working papers.

Animal Care Facility

Sub-series consists of the Associate Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from the Animal Care Facility during the period in which it reported to the AVP Academic (1990-1994). From 1994 on, the Animal Care Facility reported to the VP Research. Activities documented in the correspondence inlude management of the facilities, assessments by the Canadian Council on Animal Care, and development of policy, services and programs. Records include correspondence and reports.

Annual General Meeting records

This sub-series consists of records relating to the sessions of the AGM. Records include agendas, minutes and supporting papers, correspondence, reports, resolutions, and proxy and waiver forms. 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).

Annual General Meetings files

Sub-series comprises records relating to the Society's Annual General Meeting (AGM) held each spring at the end of the fiscal year. The first AGM was held in 1982. AGMs are open to all members of the Society, and all members in good standing have full voting rights. At the AGM members receive reports from directors of the Executive Board and from committee chairs; elect new Executive Board directors for the coming year; approve nominations for honorary membership; determine membership fees; and vote on proposed motions, standing rules and amendments to the constitution or by-laws. Records consist of programs, agendas, minutes, reports, financial statements, audits, lists of nominations, proposals, motions and resolutions, publicity brochures and attendee lists.

Applied Sciences Continuing Education Program

The Applied Science Continuing Education program has offered a series of non-credit certificate programs in the areas of Communication, Computing Science, Engineering, Kinesiology and Resource and Environmental Management since 1989. Courses, seminars, workshops, and conferences are developed as a result of faculty support and industry demand with changing technological needs often dictating course content. In the 1990s an autonomous Faculty of Applied Sciences Continuing Education Unit was created that reported directly to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences. However, the unit proved to be financially unsustainable so in 2002 it was downsized and its administrative control was returned to the Dean of Continuing Studies.

Sub-series consists of records relating to the development and administration of the Applied Sciences Continuing Education program. Activities, events and topics documented include general programs offered in the Applied Science Continuing Education Program (including specifically designed in-house programs), computer programming and Internet courses; international programs on management techniques and cultural orientation; project management; and risk assessment and decision analysis for management of natural resources. Also documented are external programs sponsored by Applied Science Continuing Education such as The Institute for Government Informatics Professionals and The Technology Industries Association (TIA) Business Program. Records include correspondence, working papers, minutes, course outlines, program evaluations, contracts, and pamphlets.

Appointment

Sub-series consists of records relating to faculty appointments, including policy and procedures, and appointment requests and recommendations. Records include correspondence, reports, policies and procedures, lists of appointments, faculty requests and authorizations.

Archaeology

Sub-series consists of photos, articles, and published material relating to individuals from the Department of Archaeology. For a list of faculty members associated with the sub-series, see access points.

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