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Conferences, seminars, and special activities

The series provides information on the Principals' or Rectors' participation in seminars, conferences, receptions, installations, convocations, and special activities held on or off campus, and on events they participated in. The series includes lectures, speeches, correspondence, documents relating to the organization of internal conferences, notes, invitations, and citations. It contains photographs of the official opening of the Weisman Gallery and of convocations. The series is divided into the following sub-series:

I010/07A Conferences and seminars external
I010/07B Conferences and seminars internal
I010/07C Special activities.

Cooperation and exchange activities

The series provides information on various cooperative activities and exchanges between Sir George Williams and other organizations in Canada or other jurisdictions, including libary cooperation with McGill University, exchange programs with France, Ontario, the People's Republic of China, Costa Rica, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Venezuela, and the English-Speaking Union of the Commonwealth. The series contains correspondence and reports.

Relations/services internal

The series provides information on the operations of the University's departments and internal services and on their relations with the Rector's Office. The series is divided in two major subseries, as follows:

I010/18A Academic (Records are organized alphabetically by department within the faculty, school, college, research centre, or institute.)
I010/18B Administrative (Records are filed alphabetically by administrative unit.)

Student records

The series provides information on students. It includes personal records, a file on complaints, and recommendations for special cases regarding admission, cheating, and grades.

University organization, policy and planning

The series provides information on the organization of the University, and the various steps involved in its evolution: the Y.M.C.A. schools, Sir George Williams College, Sir George Williams University, and the 1974 merger with Loyola leading to Concordia University.

Convocation 1965

1965 Sir George Williams University Fall Convocation. Donald L. Peets (Registrar), honorary recipients Zubin Mehta (Conductor of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra), B. Wynne Roberts (Chancellor Emeritus), and Fraser F. Fulton (Chancellor of the University).

H. Roy Crabtree

H. Roy Crabtree, member of the Corporation of Sir George Williams University and recipient of an honorary degree at the 1967 SGW convocation.

Tom Swift

Thomas E. Swift, B.A.. '62. He was Director of Admissions and Associate Registrar at Sir George Williams University.

C.F. Carsley

C. F. Carsley, chancellor of Sir George Williams University from June 6, 1971 to August 10, 1973. He was the recipient of a degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa awarded by Sir George Williams University in June 1973.

Gunther Brink

Gunther Brink, associate professor and Chairman of the Management Department at Sir George, he was appointed Dean of the SGW Faculty of Commerce in 1966.

John James Deutsch

Educator, economist and Chairman of the Economic Council of Canada. He received an honorary degree from Sir George Willliams University in May 1966.

Omond M. Solandt

Omond McKillop Solandt, scientist and first Chairman of the Canadian Defence Research Board. He received an honorary degree from SGW University in October 1968.

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