Item - Imagining Great Change

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Imagining Great Change

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1 born-digital video (.mov) (211 MB)

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This video includes interviews with: Damon Matthews (Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment), Andreas Athienitis (Concordia University Research Chair in Solar Energy), Charles Cho (Assistant Professor, Accountancy), Andrian Tsang (Director, Centre for Structural and Functional Genomics), Raymond Paquin (Lecturer, Management), Catherine Mulligan (Concordia Research Chair in Environmental Engineering), Fariborz Haghighat (Concordia Research Chair in Energy and Environment), Craig Townsend (Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment), pk langshaw (Associate Professor, Design and Computation Arts), Geneviève Cadieux (Professeure agrégée d'arts plastiques), Bakr Ibrahim (CIBC Endowed Distinguished Professorship in Entrepreneurship in Family Business), Sherry Simon (Professeure titulaire, Département d'études françaises), Louise Dandurand (Vice-rectrice à la recherche et aux études supérieures), Lynn Hughes (Associate Dean, Research and International Relations, Faculty of Fine Arts), Mourad Debbabi (Professeur et Directeur de l'Institut d'ingénierie des systèmes d'information de l'Université Concordia), Barbara Layne (Professor, Studio Arts), Clarence Bayne (Director, Institute for Community Entrepreneurship and Development), Noel Burke (Dean, School of Extended Studies), Stephen High (Canada Research Chair in Public History), Jennifer McGrath (Assistant Professor, Psychology), Frank Chalk (Director of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies) and David Graham (Vice-recteur exécutif aux affaires académiques).

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Reference to Woodsworth's trip to India and related materials can be located on CD 971 as part of accession RMA-2019-27. (JR Oct. 8, 2019) "Imagining Great Change" also located in the former AV Database as part of accession RMA-2019-17 arriving from University Advancement. There are two copies of the video on DVDs with the following item numbers: I0205-09-0015 (HA6175) and I0205-09-0015=AC (HA3868). Verification of these two DVDs should be done with potential de-accessioning and secure destruction of the DVDs. (JR Oct. 8, 2019)

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