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Clarence Bayne fonds
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- Bayne, Clarence
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50 cm of textual records
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Clarence S. Bayne joined Sir George Williams University in 1966 as a lecturer in statistics. From 1967 to 1969, he was a lecturer in quantitative methods; in 1969 he was appointed assistant professor of quantitative methods. Following the merger of Sir George Williams and Loyola College to form Concordia University in 1974, he was appointed associate professor of quantitative methods. In 1987, he was made associate professor of decision sciences and management information systems. Dr. Bayne has been an advocate for the Black community in Montreal.
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The fonds provides information on Clarence Bayne's teaching career and on the Black community of Montreal.
The fonds consists of course notes and other materials from classes he offered in the 1970s and 1980s, a draft copy of the statistics text book he prepared in collaboration with colleagues from Concordia University, and a copy of a paper, Problems Facing the Black Community of Montréal, given in 1991 by Clarence Bayne on behalf of the Black Theatre Workshop of Montreal, the Black Community Council of Quebec, and the Black Studies Centre, to the administration of the City of Montreal.
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These documents were donated to the Concordia University Archives by Clarence Bayne in 1992.
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