Title and statement of responsibility area
Department of Applied Human Sciences fonds
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- Textual record
- Graphic material
- Sound recording
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1962-2016, predominant 1995-2011 (Creation)
- Concordia University. Department of Applied Human Sciences
1962 - 1997 (Creation)
- Concordia University. Department of Applied Social Science
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2.23 m of textual records
ca. 200 photographs : col. prints, and negatives
6 optical discs : CD (ca. 900 photographs)
4 compact cassettes
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Name of creator
The Department of Applied Human Sciences was established in November 1997 with the amalgamation of the Department of Applied Social Science with the Leisure Studies Program.
Name of creator
The Department of Applied Social Science was created in1963 at Sir George Williams University, simultaneously with the Centre for Human Relations and Community Studies under the vision and guidance of Principal Robert C. Rae and Dr. Hedley G. Dimock, who became the first Chairman of the department and Director of the Centre. The Centre was a research, consultation and training service of the Department. In November 1997, the Department of Applied Social Science was amalgamated with Leisure Studies to establish the Department of Applied Human Sciences.
Scope and content
The fonds provides information on the activities and management of the department.
The fonds includes curriculum development files, course outlines, minutes of departmental meetings, scholarship programs, and brochures. The fonds also includes research material on a Community Development Study of the Cree of the Mistassini-Chibougamau Region of Québec initiated in 1962 by Richard D. McDonald and Hedley Dimock, (both former Directors of the Centre for Human Relations and Community Studies and Chairmen the Department of Applied Social Science).
Immediate source of acquisition
The documents were transferred to Concordia University Records Management and Archives in 2010 and 2018.
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There are no restrictions on access.
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Further accruals are expected.