Item - This is Concordia

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This is Concordia

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  • 2009 (Creation)

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1 born-digital video (.mov) (3.26 GB)

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This video includes interviews with: Judith Woodsworth (President and Vince-Chancellor), Liliane Chamas (2009 Rhodes Scholar), Peter Schiefke (Concordia Volunteer Abroad Program - CVAP), Shandell Jack, Katie Sheahan (Director, Recreation and Athletics), Rob Mackay (Quarterback, Stingers football), Louise Dandurand (Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies), Andreas Athienitis (Director, Solar Buildings Research Network), Catherine Mulligan (Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies : Engineering and Computer Science), Lynn Hughes (Associate Dean, Research and International Relations : Fine Arts), David Graham (Provost and Vice-President Academic), Damon Matthews (Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning and the Environment), Louise Hénault-Éthier (R4 Coordinator : Sustainable Concordia), Jenn Davis (Sustainability Coordinator, Sustainable Concordia), Charles Cho (Assistant Professor, Accountancy), Clarence Epstein (Director, Special Projects and Cultural Affairs), Kathy Assayag (Vice-President, Advancement and Alumni Relations).

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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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