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Academic Council of the Board of Governors. Renison College

  • REN RUC 15
  • Corporate body
  • 1972-1978

The Academic Council of the Board of Governors was formed circa 1972 and stopped recording minutes in 1978. It was a committee of the Board of Governors with additional faculty members which dealt with curriculum issues, academic performance issues and faculty status issues. A completely new group started collecting minutes in 1991 consisting of all full time and certain part-time faculty members which dealt with policy and planning functions and with academic matters, such as faculty regulations and procedures, curriculum, academic standards, and program development.

Academic Council. Renison College.

  • REN RUC 13
  • Corporate body
  • 1991(?)-2008

Formed in 1991 as an independent committee to fulfill policy and planning functions and deal with academic matters, such as faculty regulations and
procedures, curriculum, academic standards, and program development. In 2008, name and status of Renison College changed to Renison University College

Academic Council. Renison University College

  • REN RUC 16
  • Corporate body
  • 2008-

Preceded by the Academic Council. Renison College. Name and status of the college was changed in 2008 to reflect the changing nature of the institution. The Academic council was formed to fulfill policy and planning functions and deal with academic matters, such as faculty regulations and procedures, curriculum, academic standards, and program development.

Administrative Group. Renison College

  • REN RUC 18
  • Corporate body
  • 01/1976-

A group of managers and executive members of Renison College who made decisions of an administrative nature for the College. Minutes are held from January 1976 to September 1976. Previous to 1976 the name was Officers of Renison College. No minutes are available past September 1976.

Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Athabasca

  • REN BRC 9
  • Corporate body
  • 1874-

"The Anglican Diocese of Athabasca is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land of the Anglican Church of Canada, in the northern half of the civil province of Alberta. It was created in 1874 by the division into four parts of the original Diocese of Rupert's Land. The Synod of the Diocese of Athabasca was organized in 1876. The diocese was then itself subdivided in 1892 to create the new dioceses of Selkirk (later renamed Yukon) and Mackenzie River and in 1933 to create the Diocese of The Arctic (which subsumed Mackenzie River).

The see city is Peace River. The Diocese has had at least two other See Cities: Fort Simpson and Fort Vermilion. The Bishop resided for a considerable period at Athabasca Landing, but it is not certain if it was ever his "seat". Other cities in the diocese are Grande Prairie and Fort McMurray."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diocese_of_Athabasca

Anglican Church of Canada. Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario. Metropolitan

  • REN BRC 17
  • Corporate body
  • 1912-

The third oldest Ecclesiastical province in the Anglican Church in Canada, the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario was formed from seven diocese from The Ecclesiastical Province of Canada (Algoma, Huron, Niagara, Ontario, Ottawa and Toronto) and one Diocese from the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land (Moosonee). The Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario comprises of the Central and Eastern parts of the geographic Province of Ontario and part of the Western part of the geographic Province of Quebec, from the James Bay region to the border between Canada and the United States. So far there have been 18 Metropolitan's of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario of which Robert John Renison was the 9th.

Anglican Communion. Lambeth Conference.

  • REN BRC 18
  • Corporate body
  • 1967-

A decennial assembly of Bishops in the Worldwide Anglican Communion. Started in 1967 on the suggestion on Bishop John Henry Hopkins of Vermont. Actual impetus due to actions of Canadian privy council regarding Anglican Church during 1865 (because of confederation?) Held at Lambeth Palace in London (Archbishop of Canterbury's London home) until 1968, when size forced them to look elsewhere.

Board of Governors Renison College

  • REN RUC 5
  • Corporate body
  • 1959-2008

The Board of Governors functions as the elected (volunteer) governing body of Renison College. This parallel the governing structure of the University of Waterloo. Records for the Board of Governors only go back to the 1970s, though in Bold and Courageous Dreams, Carl Dunker is listed as the Chair of the Board of Governors from 1959-1968.

Board of Governors Renison University College

  • REN RUC 6
  • Corporate body
  • 2008-

The Board of Governors functions as the elected (volunteer) governing body of Renison College. This parallel the governing structure of the University of Waterloo. In July 2008, the name and status of Renison College was changed to Renison University College.

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