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RG 17

Note: RG 17 also includes accession 80-013.

Access: Restricted.

Introduction

The office of Associate Dean of Arts and Science at Trent University has had a convoluted history. The first incumbent was W. Eldon, followed by Julian Blackburn, Prudence Craib, Peter Adams, and Colin Taylor. The position has held responsibilities related to graduate studies and research since 1984.

Records were forwarded from the office of Julian Blackburn and were accessioned as 80-013. The dates covered are 1966-1971. Mixed with this fonds are records generated by Blackburn in his capacity as psychology professor and university administrator. See also RG 31 for related materials.


TRENT UNIVERSITY. ASSOCIATE DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCE fonds

80-013

Extent: 1.25 m

Access: Restricted. Administrative use only with the permission of the University Archivist

Box 1

Folder

1: Academic organization

2: Academic organization

3: Academic organization

4: Academic organization

5: Biographical sketch of Prof. Julian Blackburn

Box 2

Folder

1: Academic organization

2: Academic standing and promotion

3: Advertisements for positions, AUCC and CAUT

4: Advertisements for positions, 1966-1967

5: Advertisements for positions, 1967-1968

6: Advertisements for positions, 1968-1969

7: Advertisements for positions, 1969-1970

8: Artists in residence 

Box 3

Folder

1: Canada Council

2: Canadian Institute of International Affairs

3: Associate Dean’s budget

4: Commonwealth Foundation

5: Council of Deans, 1969-1970

6: Curriculum sub-committee

7: Faculty, 1969-1970

8: Future of psychology at Trent

9: History 10

10: Honoraria

11: C.D. Howe Memorial Fellowship

12: Institute for Indian Affairs

13: Institutional research and analysis

14: as above

15: as above

16: as above

17: as above

18: as above

19: as above

20: Lady Eaton College fellow membership

21: Leaves and sabbaticals

22: Part-time studies

23: as above

24: as above 

Box 4

Folder

1: Part-time students’ supervisors

2: Potential university faculty

3: Student activities, 1969-1970

4: Summer Research Institute

5: Summer school

6: Summer School Music Arts Festival

7: Town-Gown relations

8: Training programs

9: University-Government Relations Commission

10: University Theatres of Ontario Association

11: University of New Brunswick Strax affair

12: Academic organization

13: Extension studies

14: NATO visiting professors

15: Planning Committee for the Sciences

16: as above

17: as above 

Box 5

Folder

1: Planning Committee for the Sciences

2: Summer school

3: Part-time studies and summer school

4: Cultural exchange programs 

Box 6

Folder

1: Council of Deans of Arts and Science of Ontario

2: as above

3: Marion Fry correspondence re appointment of “women academics”, 1968

4: “Analysis of Trent University Pseudents 1964-65 to 1970-71” and “Projections, 1970-71 - 1975-76”

5: Projections, 1969-1975

6: Association of Commonwealth Universities

7: Budget, Associate Dean, 1970-1971

8: Committee on salaries and promotions

9: Duties of Associate Dean

10: Administration appointments, procedures

11: Faculty situation, Simon Fraser University, 1970

12: Grant-making foundations

13: Recruitment

14: Student representation on university committees

15: Teaching loads

16: Tenure

17: Undergraduate studies

18: Visiting scholars

19: Absences from the university

20: Admissions

21: African university exchange, 1970-1971

22: Committee on computers

23: Childcare, proposed, 1970 (Creche)

24: Disposition of committees

25: Experimental programs, subcommittee on

26: Faculty, 1970-1971

27: Faculty activities, 1970-1971

28: Faculty of Arts and Science

29: Graduate studies, proposed M.A. program in history, 1970

30: Grants, operating

31: Integration of teachers’ colleges with universities

32: Interdisciplinary programs

33: Midwives prize 

Box 7

Folder

1: Part-time studies, 1970-1971

2: Part-time students college committee

3: Peterborough Teachers College

4: Ph.D. studies

5: Safety committee

6: Sir Sandford Fleming College

7: Student exchange programs

8: Student housing

9: Student study abroad

10: Student tutors

11: Summer school, 1971

12: Supporting personnel

13: Teacher education

14: Teaching methods and curriculum committee, 1970-1971

15: Miscellaneous correspondence and notes

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