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Archives: Record Groups. Environmental and Resource Studies

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RG 29Extent: 38 cm

Access: Restricted.


The Environmental and Resource Studies program has been in operation since 1976. It offers a four-year honours program and a three-year general program in either Environmental Science (leading to a B.Sc.) or Environmental Studies (leading to a B.A.).

These records, covering the dates 1972-1983, consist of minutes and miscellaneous administrative records of the Department of Environmental and Resource Studies. Also included are student records, correspondence, and Sheperd Lecture tapes.

Box 1


1: Library, 1977-1981; correspondence, book orders, etc.

2: ERS building brief, 1980

3: Fundraising, 1972-1979

4: Katimavik, 1981 (Canadian volunteer youth program)

5: File

6: File

7: File

8: ERS/History 240, 1979-1984

9: Miscellaneous academic development committee minutes, other miscellaneous minutes, correspondence, course information, etc., 1975-1976

10: Miscellaneous ERS program committee minutes, notes, correspondence, etc., 1977-1980

Box 2


1: Correspondence, 1977-1981 (primarily correspondence of Prof. R.J.D. Page as coordinator and/or chairman of the ERS program; miscellaneous correspondence)

2: Correspondence, 1979-1980 - Prof. R.J.D. Page

3: Correspondence, 1980-1981 - Prof. R.J.D. Page

4: Correspondence, 1982-1983 - Prof. R.J.D. Page

5: Chairman's correspondence, 1979-1981 - Prof. R.J.D. Page

6: Program chairman: administrative file, 1980-1981

7: Chairman's correspondence, 1981

8: Chairman's correspondence, 1982

Box 3

Sheperd Lecture tapes (NOTE: this box is added to regularly, as tapes are transferred to the Archives from ERS)


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