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SENATE COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT AND AFFILIATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DIETETICS FONDS. - 1976 - 0,01 m of textual records.

Reference Number: 158

Administrative history

Established by the Executive Committee of the Senate on October 3, 1975, the Committee made recommendations as to the future of the programmes offered by the Department of Dietetics. In its report to the Senate on April 5, 1976, it recommended that the existing dietetics programme be phased out and a new programme in dietetics and nutrition be established in the Department of Biochemistry of the Faculty of Science and Engineering. The Senate accepted the Committee's recommendation.

Scope and content

Report of the Committee (March 1976).

Immediate source of acquisition: Administratif transfer.

Languages: English.

Restrictions: Documents containing confidential and personal information are restricted to consultation and reproduction. The records are submitted to the Copyright's Act.

Finding aids: Inventory of textual records.

Accessions: No more accruals are expected.




French

FONDS SENATE COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT AND AFFILIATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DIETETICS. - 1976 - 0,01 m de documents textuels.

Numéro de fond: 158

Portée et contenu

Rapport du Comité (mars 1976).

Source immédiate d'acquisition: Transfert administratif.

Langues: Anglais.

Restrictions: Les documents contenant des informations personnelles et confidentielles sont restreints à la consultation et à la reproduction. Les documents sont soumis à la Loi sur les droits d'auteur.

Instruments de recherche: Inventaire des documents textuels.

Versements complémentaires: Aucun autre versement n'est attendu.

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