- UTA 0165-A1983-0023
Subject files of the Vice-President and Provost (Donald Chant)
Subject files of the Vice-President and Provost (Donald Chant)
Records consist of correspondence, committee minutes and reports of the Planning and Budget Office. Records in oversized and damaged boxes were re-boxed into smaller ones in April 2011; as a result there are a total of 124, not 94 boxes.
Includes original minutes and agenda for the Presidential Advisory Committee on Accommodation and Facilities (1958-1980) and the Budget and Planning Secretariat (1992-1993 and 1996-1998). Also, consists of subject files pertaining to various University of Toronto colleges, centres, chairs, institutes, and departments. Further, there are also numerous reports and memoranda including the University of Toronto Tree Inventory, a planning report for the University of Toronto at Scarborough College (1963), the Marsden Report (1984), Recommendations for closure of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (1986), the St. George Revitalization Project (1995), and the Mississauga Master Plan (2000).
These files contain university admission and financial award documents including award records and recipient lists
University of Toronto. Office of Admissions and Awards
Operational records of the office; includes files on: Advisory Bureau; student services, student discipline; Hart House; sexual harrassment; student counselling; Scarborough College; Art Advisory Committee; foreign students; media policy; campus pubs; athletics and recreation; campus security; Lawson proposal; fees; etc.
Operational records dealing with such matters as: discipline; ethnic and immigration studies; daycare; environmental health and safety; Hart House; human rights; health and housing; etc.
Mowat Family powers of attorney (1868, 1870). University buildings files relating to Royal Canadian Institute (1874-1948), University College Y.M.C.A.(1885), St. George Street 1st alleyway (1888-1898), Pathological Building site (1906-1928), Temperance Street Old Veterinary College (1915- 1916), Aura Lee Club at Roxboro Street (1916-1919); also contains 2 architectural drawings.
Consists of subject files in the following series: administration; compensation; departments, divisions and faculties; faculty; human resources; minutes; non-academic staff; policies and procedures; unions; and U. of T. Press.
dministrative files of Vice-president W.E. Alexander, including files of Daniel Hill, Special Advisor to the President regarding human rights cases (1973-1976)
Subject files of Vice-Pres. Research and Planning (George Connell). Includes minutes, reports and correpondence with administrative and senior executive officers, colleges, faculties, centres, committees, institute and task forces within the university; external associations, councils, government bodies.
Subject files; correspondence with administrative offices, colleges, centre, faculties, institute and schools within the Univ; associations, councils external to the University; government and research administration.
This accession contains material related to the Pan American Games, and the UofT's involvment in the operation of the games. Most of the records are related to the creation of facilities and the operation of the University during the games in August 2015.
University of Toronto. Office of the Vice President. University Operations
Primarily subject files and correspondence of Moffat St. Andrew Woodside and John H. Sword. Woodside's files include those from the offices of Vice-president (Academic) (1963-1965) and Provost (1965-1968), while Sword's files include those from the offices of Executive Assistant to the President (1960-1965), Vice-provost (1965-1967) and Executive Vice-president (Academic) and provost (1968-1971). Included are numerous files relating to president's committees and presidential advisory committees, including the history and philosophy of science. Also includes: files from the Office of the President dealing with the Committee of Presidents of Universities of Ontario (1964-1967), a small amount of material from the office of D.F. Forster, the Vice-provost and Executive Assistant to the [Acting] President, John H. Sword (1967-1968). One photoprint.
Includes records of the Vice-President and Provost, 1983-1988; Vice-Provosts, 1972-1988; Assistant Vice-Provosts, 1977-1990
Administrative files of the Vice president and Provost including Donald Forster and Donald Chant pertaining to computer studies, including Management Studies (1975-1976), Task Force on Academic Appointments (1973-1974), Research Leave policy (1976-1977), and budget papers. Also includes administrative files of R. Ross (1980-1981).
Correspondence and subject files of the Vice-Provost, John Drennan Hamilton (1968-1970); also includes records of the Task Force on the School of Hygiene (1973-1974).
Files of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Accommodation and Facilities (later Committee on Accommodation and Facilities); includes agendas and reports (1958-1971) in addition to subject files arranged alphabetically by department, centre or building.
Day files containing outgoing correspondence of Vice-Provost Peter Meinke from Nov. 1972 to Aug. 1976.
Admininstative files of Milton Israel (1974-1976) and William G. Saywell (1976-1981) relating to matters of tenure, Dunkley Committee papers (1975-1976), Science of Community Living Search Committee (1974-1975), departments in the Faculty of Arts and Science, colleges and schools, librarians, and general subject files.
Files of the Health Sciences Committee (1971-1976); Nikiforuk Report on the School of Hygiene (1972); files pertaining to Food Sciences (Fisher Report, Cruise Report, Hamilton Report); files of the Committee to study the relationship between the Faculty of Music and the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Consists of subject files containing minutes, correspondence, agreements, memoranda and notes on Council on Student Affairs, Association of Counsellors, Athletics and Recreation Interdivisional Committee, scholarships, family memberships, Robert Street field. Files on the Varsity Arena renovations also contain architectural plans, tender reports and financial breakdowns
ubject files of the chairman of the Board of Governors, Col. W.E. Phillips; President Council files, including minutes of meetings; insurance records; patent records for the inventions of James Guillet and V. Riley; research grants; publications; and reports.
Consists of records from the office of Vice-Presidents Alex Pathy, R. L. Criddle and B. P. Davies. Includes subject files on academic and administrative divisions, boards, advisory committees, Governing Council, Office of the President, other universities, governments, associations, budget planning, physical plant, financial and space management.
Subject correspondence files from the office of Dr. John D. Hamilton, including files on various faculties including Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Food Sciences, School of Hygiene, Faculty of Medicine and teaching hospitals in Toronto.
Files relate to Vice-President, Internal Affairs (Frank Iacobucci). They consist mainly of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports and notes regarding budgets, salaries, staff classifcations, labour relations and various committees, boards and associations.
Report to the University and City Liaison Commitee: "Planning considerations The St. George Campus, University of Toronto, 1970" prepared by F. J. Hastie, Director of Physical Plant. Includes photographs of campus maps and plans.
Subject files of Vice-President, Research & Planning (George Connell). Includes minutes, reports and correspondence with administrative and senior executive officers, colleges, centres, committees, faculties, institutes and task forces within the university; external association, councils and government bodies; files relating to research administration.
These records document the activities of the Office of the Vice-President, University Relations. The records include various committee agendas and minutes, and correspondence with various external companies regarding projects that the U of T had various interests in. The records contain a large amount number of files from past VPs Carolyn Tuohy and Sheldon Levy.
This fonds contains 56 accessions of records from the Office of the Vice-President and Provost and its various vice-provostial and vice-presidential offices, including defunct or dissolved offices, as well as the Office of the Vice-President, University Operations. See accession-level description for details.
University of Toronto. Office of the Vice-President and Provost
Subject files of the Acting Executive Vice-President (Academic) and Provost ; Subject files of the Vice-President and Provost
Subject files of the Vice-President and Provost
Files of Professor Milton Israel, Vice-provost relating to general topics (arranged alphabetically by title), departments within the Faculty of Arts and Science, colleges, the central Library and campus libraries.
Report to Vice-Provost (Robin Ross), of Nancy Sutherland, Coordinator of the Conference of Learned Societies held at the University of Toronto in 1974.
Subject files of Dr. John D. Hamilton relating to health sciences area including internal and external committees and associations; teaching hospitals, and faculties. Correspondence with the President and other senior executive officers of the University.
Files of Professor P.P.M. Meincke relating to external organizations and government, university departments, associations, and university related topics, faculty offices, committees, task forces and working groups, Erindale College.
Files of the Vice-provost, Milton Israel, relating to departments in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Robarts Library and other campus libraries, colleges, and general files on various topics.
Files of Prof. P.P.M. Meincke relating to faculties, schools, Advisory Committee on Instructional Media and Ontario Universities program for instructional development.
The records were created and compiled by Dan Lang in his capacity as Vice-Provost, Planning and Budget, and consist of correspondence pertaining to the University's administration, colleges, centres, faculties, and institutes.
Files of R.W. Missen relating to professional faculties and schools, admissions and awards, instructional media, television production service, etc.
Records relating to athletics, including: Department of Athletics and Recreation; School of Physical and Health Education; UTAA; WAA; opening of Athletics centre, 1979; Fisher Report; 1976 Olympics; inter-collegiate activities; etc.
Inventions files dated from ca. 1965 to 1989. Arranged alphabetically by primary investigator, invention files contain invention disclosure forms, rights assignments, and correspondence. Some files may also contain legal documents in the event of a dispute.
Estate and trust files containing copies of wills, inventories of assets, etc relating to bequests to the University in support of various activities.
Records of G. L. Court: Financial statements for U. of T. Press, Royal Conservatory of Music, Hart House, Insulin Committee, Connaught Fund, Connaught Medical Research Lab, College of Education (1945-1973); Audited financial statements for U. of T. (1946-1974). Files relating to statistical reporting to Ontario (Dept of University Affairs) and Federal Government offices (Dominion Bureau of Statistics/Statistics Canada; reports on student unit costs, graduate enrollments, etc.
Real estate records from the Office of the Vice-President Business affairs such as property acquisition files, studies, planning documents, specifications, capital projects files, property management reports, building files and contracts.
Consists of subject files on programs such as undergraduate education projects, UTLAS, UTORnet, local office systems, correspondence with University divisions and external companies and organizations (e.g. Bell, IBM, Apple, Alliance of Ontario Universities), records on the Advisory Forum on Instructional Technology (AFIT), and minutes of the VPCC Steering Committee.
Administrative subject files relating to colleges, faculties, administrative offices, Crossroads Africa Selection Committee and Applications (1968-1971), Long range planning committee on alumni affairs, Joint Committee of the Toronto Board ofEducation and the University of Toronto, Festival quebecois in the University of Toronto, visit of the Chinese delegation from the Academy of Science to the University (Nov.10, 1972), etc.
Subject files of Vice-President, Research & Planning (George Connell and his successor H. Eastman. In the spring of 1979, title changed to Vice-President and Registrar; renamed to Vice President (Research and Planning) and Registrar ). Includes correspondence, minutes, reports and research files; biohazards (1976-1978).
Subject files of D.F. Forster, Vice-Provost and Executive Assistant to the President, relating to matters within the university; Includes files on several presidential advisory committees, notably the Presidential Advisory Committee on Budget, as well as the Committee on Accomodation and Facilities.
Records of the Committee, held by its Secretary (Michael Dafoe), including minutes, correspondence and final report dated May 21, 1975. Committee was chaired by J.K. Conway, Vice-President Internal Affairs.
Files of Robin Ross relating to educational development, Wardaugh Report - English facility requirements, new University of Toronto Act, fee structure for foreign students, admissions of foreign students and landed immigrants, etc.