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Continuing Studies
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Chairman's correspondence and reports

The series consists of records relating to the administrative and operational activities and interests of the department Chairman, including research, funding, relations with external bodies including the federal and provincial governments, proposals for new programs and courses, the Bamfield Marine Station and the Master of Pest Management program. Record types include circulars, correspondence, directives, reports and working papers. For a list of correspondents (as reflected in file titles), see Access Points below.

Faculties - correspondence

Series consists of the Associate Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from university academic faculties and departments, including the Faculties of the Arts, Education, Science, Applied Sciences, Business Administration, Continuing Studies, and Graduate Studies. Activities documented include budget planning, program and project proposals, fees, funding, and downtown campus planning. Records include correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, budgets, proposals, presentations, and brochures and other printed matter.

Index and material for the Epilogue

Sub-sub-series consists of photocopied material relating to the overall growth and transformation of the university in its first forty years. Subjects, activities and events documented include Burnaby Mountain Community Development; the CAUT Censure; Continuing Studies; external grants; governing bodies; Harbour Centre; the dismissal hearings for Nathan Popkin; the SFU Pipe Band; research grants; the Segal Graduate School of Business; SFU Surrey; Tech BC; support staff; and space allocation. Sub-sub-series includes annual reports; briefs; budgets; reports; correspondence; discussion papers; an index of material for chapters 4, 5 and 9 of Radical Campus; newspaper articles; statistics; and working papers.

University correspondence

Series consists of the Director's correspondence with other university departments. Activities and topics documented include development of the Arts Administration program within Continuing Studies, Faculty of Education meetings (reflecting the earlier Centre's administrative placement within this Faculty), reviews of program proposals by the University of British Columbia (included in correspondence with the Vice-President, Academic), the support campaign for the School (then the Centre for the Arts) in the face of large budget cuts in 1984-85, the School's participation in the university's Prison Education Program, and a study of the university Library's support of contemporary arts. Records include correspondence, reports, proposals, budgets and budget working papers, notes, bibliographies, CVs, mailing lists, questionnaires, reprints and other reference material.