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Records of various committees

Series consists of minutes, reports, correspondence and other records of various Senate Committees including:

  • The Annesley Hall Committee of Management (1912), 1892, 1906-1923;
  • The Committee on Sororities, 1915, 1924-1925;
  • The Committee on the Award of the Margaret E.T. Addison Graduate Scholarship, 1943-1954;
  • The Ad Hoc Board Space Use Committee re use of buildings, 1987;
  • The Teaching Award Committee, 1990-1995;
  • The Senate Academic Priorities Committee, 1990-2001;
  • The Religion and Life Committee/Religious Life and Work Committee, 1989-1993;
  • The Armstrong Lectures Committee, 1978-1980;
  • The Research and Publication Committee, 1981-2000
  • The Honorary Degrees Committee, 1992-1995

Series also contains correspondence, schedule, lists of invitees and other records of the Committee re Lord Willingdon's Visit, 1930 and lists of standing Committee members, 1958-1982.

Addresses, articles, and other records

Series consists of manuscript, typescript and printed addresses (including Baccalaureate and funeral), articles, lectures, sermons, broadcasts, prayers and essays, [1903?]-1945: the addresses include those presented to various Victoria University groups, including convocations; and the predominant subjects of the material are the study and teaching of theology, and the church and its role in education.

Notes and manuscripts

Series consists of notes and manuscripts, including notes for "Inductive Theology", manuscripts for "Annual of Christian Theology" and research material and drafts for Burwash's autobiography and biography, and the history of Victoria College, published 1927.

Early presentations

Series consists of the text of presentations given to various groups during the earlier years of Dr. Mustard’s career (1978-1984). Files were originally labeled “non-scientific presentations.” Topics include health care, medical research, the role of the university, technology, occupational health and safety and population health,

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

Series consists of Dr. Mustard’s records relating to his work with the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIAR). In 1982, Dr. Mustard established and served as the first president of the CIAR, a multi-disciplinary, independent research institution. CIAR acted as a network of researchers from across universities, working on collaborative projects. CIAR research spanned many disciplines. Early research examined artificial intelligence and robotics, evolutionary biology, superconductivity, economic growth and policy, and population health and human development. Later efforts included quantum information processing; social interactions, identity and well-being; and astrobiology.

Dr. Mustard served as president until 1996. Chaviva Hošek served as President and CEO from 2001 until 2012, when she was succeeded by Alan Bernstein. The CIAR changed its acronym to CIFAR in 2007. The original acronym, which predominates in Dr. Mustard’s papers, is retained here.

The records in this series are subdivided into several categories. Administrative records include minutes of the Board of Directors, financial records and Research Council meeting minutes. The series also contains records relating to staffing and personnel. Files marked ‘meeting notes’ are typed summaries of various meetings attended by Dr. Mustard (1984-2011). These notes are organized chronologically, and provide summaries of discussions, notes for actions to be taken, and often include very candid impressions of individuals with whom Dr. Mustard met.

Next, the series contains the contents of ‘document binders,’ which held key documents of the CIAR, including financial summaries, reports, strategies, project details and outreach material. The series also includes publications by the CIAR, relating to various projects and topics, including the space station, the social determinants of health, technology, and the CIAR newsletter, Entropy.

Next, project files document various projects and programs administered by the CIAR, including the Canada Project, Experience-based Brain and Biological Development (EBBD), and the Population Health Program. Lastly, the series also consists of documentation of various CIAR events and celebrations and a large collection of news clippings covering the CIAR and its activities (1982-1996).

Records of Students

Series consists of register of students and courses taken (marks for 1871-1873); register of student marks, 1872-1918, 1912- 1921; register of students and tuition fees, 1893-1902; registers of students, 1893-1915, 1915-1921; record of extra mural students, 1914-1921; and student registration cards, 1920 (summer), 1920-1921, 1923-1927, and 1927-1928 (including Union Theological College students, occasional and missionaries, and Arts)

Legislation

Series consists predominantly of acts, petitions and other documents relating to legislation pertaining to Victoria University, 1841-1981. The series also contains some correspondence and a list of acts relating to Victoria.

Records related to committees and task forces

Series consists of records related to the Principal's participation and response to Committees and Task Forces established for a variety of purposes including property, long-range and strategic planning, library expansion, student services and worship life. Records are from internal Emmanuel College committees as well as those established by Victoria University Senate and Board of Regents.

Correspondence

Series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence of the Librarian relating to loans (including those to clergy), acquisitions, ordering publications, exhibitions, archives, staff, CRRS, security, funding, outreach, Physical Plant, and other subjects.

2014-2015 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2014-2015 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

2007-2008 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2007-2008 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

2016-2017 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2016-2017 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

2015-2016 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2015-2016 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

2006-2007 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2006-2007 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

Addresses

Dr. Solandt was much in demand as a public speaker, especially with professional, service, and educational organizations and groups. Often he served as a keynote speaker or, especially in later years, as an “after dinner” speaker.

The records in this series consist of notes on cards for addresses, covering correspondence for and typed drafts of speeches given. There are approximately 350 in total and the arrangement of them is chronological. They comprise the bulk of Dr. Solandt’s addresses that have survived; the remainder can be found within the Omond Solandt fonds, especially in accessions B1993-0041/002 and B1994-0020/002(05)-(30). Others are scattered here and there elsewhere in other series in these and other accessions in the fonds.

Theoretical and critical writings

Series consists of materials created for Klein's teaching at the University of Toronto, and interview with Witold Lutoslawski, and various composition studiesand exercises.

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