Series 11 - Founders’ Network

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UTA 1590-11

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Founders’ Network

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  • 1996-2010 (Creation)

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0.16 m of textual records

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(1927-2011)

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Series consists of records documenting Dr. Mustard’s work with the Founders’ Network, including general administrative files, reports and media coverage.

Following his departure from the CIAR in 1996, Dr. Mustard established the Founders’ Network, which, according to their website, is an “international collection of people interested in promoting CIFAR, science and technology, early childhood, economic issues, determinants of health and human development.” The Founders’ Network was a means for Dr. Mustard to continue his work at CIAR, at arms’ length. It sought to build a network of individuals who had been a part of CIAR since its early years, support its new president, make connections with community groups looking to apply some of CIAR’s research, and, at times, assist with CIAR programs.

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See also: Most of Dr. Mustard’s work after 1996 was filtered through the Founders’ Network, and hence records throughout the fonds (including travel files in series 5) belong to the Founders’ Network. The records gathered here were clearly marked as records relating distinctly to the Founders’ Network.

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B2011-0010/088-/089

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