Fonds F-16000 - Canadian Society of Senior Engineers Fonds

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Canadian Society of Senior Engineers Fonds

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CSSE

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CA ON00415 F-16000

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  • 2005 - Current (Creation)
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    The Canadian Society of Senior Engineers

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0.9 metres, primarily in digital format.

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(2005 - current)

Administrative history

(a) Although The CSSE was established in 2002, The CSSE History and archives Committee was not struck until 2009. Its first chairman and archivist was Arnold Eyre, who solicited, collected and stored whatever archival material from 2009 to 2011, when Don Lawson took over as chairman and archivist, storing the archival material until his death late in 2012. The UOIT collected the archival material from Don's son early in 2013. (b) The CSSE, formerly The Life Members Organization (The LMO), a committee of The Council of The Engineering Institute of Canada (The EIC), was incorporated as a Member Society of The EIC on September 22, 2002, as requested by Leonard A. Bateman, Chairman of the LMO. On a motion by Guy Gosselin, seconded by Mohamed El-Hawary, the resolution “That the LMO’s application for membership as a Member Society be accepted”, was approved
by resolution of The Council, chaired by EIC President Kenneth W. Putt.

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Scope and content

The collection consists of the records of The Canadian Society for Senior Engineers relating to its history, organization, governance,
committees, branches, correspondence, education, publications, photographs, artifacts, reports, meetings, finance and membership.

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Good

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  • English

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By Appointment Only

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If records are available, the following costs may apply:

Printed Paper Copies: 10 cents per page
Digitized PDF files: $2 per file
Digitized Photographs: $1 per photograph

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Fonds F-16000 - Canadian Society of Senior Engineers Fonds:
https://guides.library.uoit.ca/c.php?g=702775&p=4995596
Series:
F-16000.01 History
F-16000.02 Organization and Governance
F-16000.03 Committees
F-16000.04 Branches
F-16000.05 Correspondence
F-16000.06 Education
F-16000.07 Publications
F-16000.08 Photographs
F-16000.09 Reports
F-16000.10 Meetings
F-16000.11 Financial
F-16000.12 Membership

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