File 5-5 - Research

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CA UTSC 001-C-5-5




  • [ca. 1960], 1979, 1981, 1984, 1990, 1992, 1998 (Creation)

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149 photographs.
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1 contact street.

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File contains a total of 3 negative strips, 1 contact sheet, and 149 photographs of science experiments and research, as well as a report on Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behaviour; Captions on verso include: "Dr. Rudy Boonstra union students"; "Jim Gurd"; "Dr. Ian Campbell with student"; "Microbiology Professor Julie Silver, Winner of 1990 Scarborough College Teaching Award"; "Dr. James W. Gurd, Professor of Biochemistry at the Scarborough Campus and chairman of the animal care committee, checks on one of the small rodents following the breaking and vandalism of the animal care facility on Sunday evening, January 29. SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS University of Toronto February 1, 1984."; "Boonstra, Sam wong (See summer Intern Programme 1981)"; "Roberta Fultloyze' 98"; "Rudy Boonstra Research' 98"; "1991 Primate Project l to r William Barek,"; "M. Lee, Physics - 1979"; "ESL Children at Military Trail P.S. for 1992 Research newsletter - Education article."; "Television Department"; "Silent Auction March 25, 1990."; "Marion Zimmer Development and Public Relations Scarborough Campus, U of T"; "Professor Czesia Nalewajko"; "Carolyn Syles, Ph.D. Student in Geology, with Undergrad"; "Photo by: David Harford"; "Scarborough College - authors of Orpheus Left to right, back: Profs. Timothy McGee, Eleanor Irwin, Guseppe Scavizzi, Pedro Leon, Emmet Robbins Front, seated: Profs. Patricia Vicari, John Warden."; "Earth Sciences Conference"; "Professor Rudy Boonstra of the Life Sciences Division at Scarborough College and Scarborough high school Samuel Wong examine one of the mice trapped in a field study designed to investigate how mammal populations are regulated with respect to their numbers. Samuel is one of 10 students from local high schools who have been chosen as "summer interns" to work on research projects at Scarborough college. Some of the other projects in which the grade 12 students are involved include gathering data for a statistical handbook and guide of Canadian economic history, annotating material for a course in animal communication, seeking reference material for a new course pertaining to the social history of early Christianity, and assisting in a variety of recreational activities for the Scarborough Language Institute's French summer immersion program. Please return to: Doreen Marks Community Relations Office Scarborough College."; 3 oversized black and white photographs; some photographs with wax paper liners; in envelops; writing on the back; tapes and Velcro stickers attached to the back; Depictions of people working with laboratory equipment; results of Biological and chemical experiments; meetings with two or more people discussing lab experiments with equipment; data machines cameras and other equipment; people working and looking after animals and plants.

Academic Resource Centre; Applied Microbiology Program; Biodiversity, Ecology & Evolution program; Biology program; Cellular and molecular Biology program; Computers and technology; Conferences and symposia; Department of Biological Sciences; Department of Physical & Environmental sciences; Environmental Science Program; Faculty; Integrative Biology Program; Laboratories; Lectures; Meetings; Microbiology; Old Biology building; Professors; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Science wing; Staff; Students; Students and teachers; Studying; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.; Science and Technology; Women; Buildings - Interiors; Faculty and staff - General; Faculty and staff - Research; Faculty and staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus views; Grounds - Landscapes; All students; Portraits - Students; Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities.

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