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"Ask No Quarter: A Biography of Agnes Macphail"

Sub-sub-series consists of correspondence, royalties, notes, and news clippings relating to Shackleton and Stewart’s book, published in 1959 by Longmans, Green, and subsequent article on Agnes Macphail. Series also contains correspondence, research notes, and the script for the 1977 NFB documentary film “The Lady from Grey County.”

Shackleton, Doris French

"Powertown: Democracy Discarded"

Sub-sub-series consists of a contract, royalties, notes, correspondence and publicity clippings related to “Powertown: Democracy Discarded,” by Doris French Shackleton, published in 1977 by McClelland & Stewart.

Shackleton, Doris French

"Tommy Douglas"

Sub-sub-series consists of research, interviews, clippings, contracts, royalties, correspondence, photograph and accounts relating to Shackleton’s book, published 1975 by McClelland & Stewart, and subsequent article on Tommy Douglas. "Tommy Douglas" was reissued by Formac in 1983.

Shackleton, Doris French

Academic Computing Services - general

Sub-sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from the Director of Academic Computing Services (ACS). Since its inception in 1991, ACS has remained within the reporting portfolio of the VP Academic. Activities and topics documented in the correspondence include operations of the SFU Microcomputer Store, including its reorganization in 1992-93; policy development and stategic planning for IT services, including the review of ACS and Operations and Technical Support (OTS) in 1998; and systems upgrade planning. Records include correspondence, agreements, strategic plans and other planning documents, and reports.

Academic Planning Board records

Sub-sub-series consists of records relating to meetings of the Academic Planning Board. Records include minutes and supporting papers and a reference manual.

Technical University of British Columbia. Board of Governors. Academic Planning Board

Academic departments and faculties

Sub-sub-series consists of photocopied material relating to the development and administration of academic departments; and the appointment, promotion, and tenure of faculty. Hugh Johnston numbered most of the pages and created an index to this material. Subjects, activities, and events documented include the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee; the Appointment Committee; the Joint Committee on Salaries, Promotions and Tenure; the SFU Faculty Association; faculty appointments; the CAUT Censure; sabbatical leave; PSA dismissals; foreign scholars; departmental reviews; the University Development Committee; the development of academic research centres and institutes; faculty members; culturally significant individuals, groups and movements of the 1960s; student activism and Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Sub-sub-series includes appointment notices; selected chapters of an unpublished anthology of essays; correspondence; draft policy statements; printed emails; faculty handbooks; interview transcriptions; discussion papers; list serve postings; memoranda; minutes; printed material from online newsletters, newspapers, magazines, and encyclopedias; newspaper and journal articles; reports; and working papers.

Academic issues - general records

Sub-sub-series consists of records relating to the establishment and development of academic programs, policies, and procedures for TechBC. Activities and topics documented include faculty and staff policy and procedures; academic planning; student admissions, scholarships, and tuition; course and program development; activities of the Degree Program Review Committee; development of an Education Management System; faculty meetings; activities of the Program Advisory Committees for the Information Technology, Interactive Arts, Management and Technology, and Multimedia Studies programs; student council development; and activities of the University Review Committee, Faculty Promotions Committee, and TechBC Award Committee. Records include reports and proposals; minutes, agendas and supporting papers; correspondence; program outlines; terms of reference; requests for proposals; and notes.

Administration - general records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the administration of TechBC. Activities, events and topics documented include the planning and establishment of the University and its services; the goals, mission and values of the University; its economic mandate; official university committees; and university history. Includes minutes of the Priorities Implementation Group and some records relating to the University Ethics Research Committee and the Knowledge Assets Management Sub-group. Records include correpondence; minutes, terms of reference and supporting papers; reports, position papers, and briefs; legislation; lists; and reference material.

Alcohol and Drug Program

Sub-sub-series consists of records relating to the administration of the Alcohol and Drug Program on campus and includes correspondence with members of the university community and external organizations regarding alcohol and drug issues; drug and alcohol information pamphlets; polices and procedures regarding alcohol management on campus; minutes from the Alcohol/Security and Alcohol Policy Committees; security reports regarding alcohol and drug offenses on campus; and Bill Stewart's documents as a member of the Advocacy Committee with the Alcohol-Drug Education Service of Vancouver. Records include correspondence and working papers, agendas and minutes, reports, and publications.

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