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Workplace

Information for specific occupations outside of Health and Medicine. Approximately half of the items in this series are intended for teachers, administrators or instructors in schools and colleges. It includes information from the UK, USA and Canada. There are Information bulletins from Alberta Education (Canada), the Department of Health and Human Services (USA) and the UK Department of Education and Science. there is one catalog of AIDS related teaching materials and three versions of an English as a Second Language teaching resource.

The other half of this series is for a variety of non-educational occupational settings, the majority are general and cover concerns like sharing equipment or lockers rooms with someone with AIDS. There are however two with very specific audiences, food and beverage workers and personal service (grooming) workers. there is also a single brochure that seems to be for anyone who works in downtown Vancouver B.C.

Health Professionals

This series contains four sub-series all of which are directed at Health Personnel or First Responders who may come into contact with bodily fluids during their normal work day.

Most of this series is information which targets the specific concerns of workers in public safety, health and emergency personnel. There is also information for Dentists. Most of this series in in the form of booklets or full sized bulletins or newsletters. One booklet which is present in three versions, two from 1984 and one from 1988, show both the progression of information and regional differences in how it was communicated.

Three items target concerns regarding Blood Donation and Blood Supply. The booklet from Saskatchewan Health is comprehensive in describing what all levels of hospital staff must do as 'Universal precautions against blood-born pathogens.'

Complementary Health Practitioners and practices are discussed in three newsletters on the following topics: Chinese Herbs, Clear Heat, and Acupuncture. The newsletters are 'Professional Health Concerns' and 'the Quan Yin Newsletter.'

There are a few training and resource items and one information kit from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the USA. This kit is especially interesting to Health researchers as it contains the collections only examples of scholarly articles and abstracts regarding condoms as an effective preventative measure. It dates from 1993 and includes tip-sheets for talking points with patients and three A4 sized posters promoting condom use.

UAA-1975-116
UAA-1975-116 · Accession · [ca. 1910-1950]
Part of James McPherson Parker fonds

Accession consists of photographs of waterways and oil sands of Alberta. The materials were collected by J. M. Parker from various sources for a lecture on the oil sands.

UAA-1982-046
UAA-1982-046 · Accession · 1975-1980
Part of James McPherson Parker fonds

Accession consists of correspondence, research proposals, interviews, newspaper clippings, bibliographies, and other research material from the Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Project Research.

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UAA-2005-067
UAA-2005-067 · Accession · 1911-1977
Part of James McPherson Parker fonds

Accession consists of maps of settlements and developments in Alberta, including Vermillion, the Victoria region, Ft. Chipewyan, Lake Athabasca, and other subjects.

UAA-1978-108
UAA-1978-108 · Accession · 1912-1972
Part of J. Dewey Soper Fonds

Manuscripts and field diaries in binders, published reports from Soper's library, processed reports and photocopies presented to Soper.

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TAC at Steep Rock Mine
Stuk · 1984
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on a field trip to Steep Rock Mine in Atikokan, September 1984. TAC went as part of their efforts to research the Canadian Shield. During WWII, the lake at this site had been drained and iron ore was recovered. It had since been refilling with water. Harris' job was to complete a risk assessment of the area. Slide found in the container labeled Hazardous Wastes.

Physical Sciences Auditorium
Stuk · [1961]
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Physical Sciences Auditorium with 400 sloping seats full of students. The auditorium was housed in a seperate wing to the North of the Mathematics-Physics building and was used for large lecture classes, special lectures and public meetings. A projection booth is also located at the back of the room.

Undergraduate Laboratory
Stuk · [1961]
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Undergraduate laboratory with private working areas for up to twenty students. The side benches and cabinets display equiptment and materials in general use.

Physics Machine Shop
Stuk · [1961]
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Physics machine shop with wood and metal-working equipment to create materials for research and undergraduate laboratories. The machine shop was located in the basement of the physics-mathematics wing.

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Unknown photograph owned by SG Davis. After Davis' passing, it was found among the files in his office and acquired by Harris.

Stuk · 1964
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Image of Harris and Habgood. Harry Habgood co-authored Programmed Temperature Gas Chromatography with Harris, the first book published by anyone in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Alberta.

Stuk · 1988
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Harris accepting award from Fred Cantwell, a fellow University of Alberta chemistry staff member and presenter at the conference. This happened during the "Symposium in Honour of W.E. Harris : Analytical Chemistry- its Role in Socio-Economic Development" .

Stuk · 2005
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Walter Harris was awarded this certificate as part of Alberta's centennial celebrations. The certificate reads: "The Alberta Centennial Medal is conferred upon Walter Edgar Harris. In recognition of outstanding service to the people and province of Alberta September 1, 2005".

Harris Signing Register
Stuk · 1987
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Harris signing register with registar CT Boyle at the University of Waterloo's fifty-fourth Convocation, where Harris received his Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science.