Fonds F0084 - Office of Community Relations fonds.

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Office of Community Relations fonds.


  • 1967-2002 (Creation)

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5.93 m of textual records, 1 m of photographs, 1 micro audiotape cassette

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Known as University Resources until 1980, the Office of Community Relations was composed of Advancement Services, Alumni Affairs/Alumni Association, the Development Office (fund raising), and University Marketing and Communications. Around 2002, the Development Office became the responsibility of the Vice-President (Development). By 2015, many of the former functions of the Office of Community Relations had become the responsibility of the Vice-President (University Relations) portfolio, including Alumni Relations, Government and Community Engagement, Marketing, and Strategic Communications.

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Fonds consists of newsclippings (1990-1998), historical biographical files, unidentified Gazette photographs (1994-2000), an audio cassette of an interview with President Terry White, news releases, records of the Research Transition Facility, annual reports, press releases, a guide to the original filing order, a summary of survey results, a guide to the Public Affairs Office, and records from the offices of Rod Chapman (Director of Public Affairs), Anne McDiarmot (Director of Marketing), Susan Francis (Director of University Communications), Jacquelyn Nielson (Communications Officer), and Mo Keshavjee (Marketing Manager).

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Fonds closed, No accruals expected.

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Administrative records are restricted for a period of 15 years as authorized under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

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