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Housing Task Force

  • RG 57.24
  • File
  • 1974-1977
  • Part of Senate

File contains correspondence, minutes, reports, briefs, surveys, etc., pertaining to the Ryerson Housing Task Force and the Joint York/Ryerson/Toronto Task Force On Student Accommodation.

Task force on professional development

File contains records related to the task force on professional development. It includes correspondence, workshop materials, reports, flyers, memorandums, agendas, report drafts, meeting minutes, and reports.

President's Development Task Force

The President's Development Task Force was announced in December, 1975 by President Walter Pitman. Pitman declared that a series of task forces was necessary to develop "a whole battery of academic activities which would have positive financial implications for Ryerson while enabling us to serve society more fully. We also hope that this planning will help to convince the government that more generous funding should be forthcoming."Individual task forces under the umbrella Development Task Force include the following (numbers indicate collection record numbers for each task force, as arranged under the President's Office Group):
RG 12.35 Academic Planning
RG 12.37 Applied Research/Project Development
RG 12.40 Fund Raising
RG 12.75 Institute Services
RG 12.38 Instruct. Communications Equipment - Cyclical Replacement
RG 12.39 Internal Processes
RG 12.27 Learning Resources Centre
RG 12.21 Part-Time Studies
RG 12.18 Professional Development
RG 12.76 Ryerson-Generated Revenue
RG 12.36 Timetabling Procedures
A historical outline of the Development Task Force can be found in the first file folder RG 12.20

Task Force on Fund Raising

File contains the Task Force on Fund Raising's records. It includes correspondence, brochures, a directory, proposals, reports, and meeting minutes.

Ryerson Community Task Force

The material in this collection has been separated into two files: File #1 (Committee Records): This file folder received from University Advancement consists of correspondence, agendas/minutes (both hand written and typed) of committee meetings, draft reports/recommendations and summary of recommendations. File #2 (Report/Recommendations/Responses).

Task Force on Institute Services

File contains the Task Force on Institute Services' records. It includes a description of the task force, correspondence, a listing of its members, agendas, meeting minutes, proposals, and reports.

Task Force on Medical Manpower (Macdonald Report)

File contains the "Report of the Task Force on Medical Manpower (Macdonald Task Force Report)", correspondence, responses to the report, statements, rosters, published articles, "Report of OCATH/COFM Committee for Alternatives to Residents for Patient Care", and "Report of Neonatal Sub-Committee of COFM/OCATH Committee on Alternatives to Residents for Neonatal Intensive Care".

Government & COU Training Task Forces (Oatridge)*

RG 646.10.1 Task Force on Advanced Training 1992-1994
This task force established by the Ontario Government in response to the Vision 2000 report. It was to make recommendations to the Ontario Ministry of Colleges & Universities regarding advanced training needs. Walter Pitman was Chair of the Task Force and A. Oatridge was the COU member on the committee. The material has been sampled to include items relating to Ryerson or documentation contributing directly to the Report of the Task Force on Advanced Training to the Minister of Education & Training, April 1993.

RG 646.10.2 Task Force on Labour Force Training & Adjustment (1992-1995)
This Task force was a COU committee established to monitor provincial government activities (e.g. OTAB) and federal training initiatives. A. Oatridge was the chair of this group and was eventually asked to sit on the board of a new COU "Office for Partnerships for Advanced Skills" which came out of the work done by the Task Force. The material has been selectively sampled to include documentation pertaining to or authored A. Oatridge or Ryerson.