File RG 122.10.058 - Centre for the Study of Advanced Technology (CATE)

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Centre for the Study of Advanced Technology (CATE)

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RG 122.10.058

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  • 1984-1993 (Creation)

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70 photographs : 50 b&w prints ; various sizes - 20 col. prints ; 13 X 17 cm. - 3 contact sheets

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Included are photos from Denis Hall farewell party, Nov/85, Oakham House. Also , during National Universities Week Oct.19-26, 1985 the official opening of Ryerson's new $12.5 million Centre of Advanced Technology Education (CATE). Guests for the opening included Malcolm Gissing, President and General Manager, Hewlett-Packard; His Worship Mayor Arthur Eggleton; Ryerson's President, Dr. Brian Segal; The Hon, Gregory Sorbara, Minister of Colleges and Universities; William Pattison, Chairman, Ryerson's Board of Governors; Lorne K. Lodge, IBM Canada Ltd.; Robert Ferchat, President, Northern Telecom Ltd. and Flora MacDonald, Minister of Employment and Immigration. Included is a picture of the ASEA 1000 Robot (a six-axis universal assembly robot). Hungarian visitors to CATE - Nov. 13/87.

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