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Queen's, for Alumni

Various different Queen's professors and administrative faculty present a series of clips showing important research and events happening across Queen's in 1980-1981, presumably created for alumni. Clips are of research by different engineering departments, football updates, the appointment of Agnes Benedickson as Chancellor, and random stock shots of Kingston. Each clip lasts from 1-5 minutes.

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Installation of the Chancellor Part 1

Part 1: Dr Angnes Benedickson. Location: Grant Hall. Video begins with footage of procession filing into Grant Hall. Dr Benedickson is appointed chancellor, and then delivers a speech. Thomas Berger, Sidney Robert Blair, Brian Dickson, Robert Dunsmore are all presented with an honourary doctorate of laws.

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Queen's, for Alumni

Main Speaker: Dr Ronald Watts. Series of clips showing footage from Queen's in Fall 1983, presumeably created for alumni. Includes clips of the Golden Gaels, orientation, and research projects around campus.

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Installation of the Chancellor Part 2

Part 2. Dr Brian Dickson, Keith Norton. Dr Dickson gives a speech to the convocation congradulating Dr Benedickson and thanking her for his doctorate, as well as talking about Canadian history. Norton speaks on behalf of the premier of Ontario. Representatives form other universities come up and congratulate Dr Benedickson.

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Convocation- Jock Hardy Part 1

Part1. Main Speaker: Agnes McCausland Benidickson, George Munro Grant (actor), David Smith, Douglas Wright. Video begins with a re-enactment of the first convocation for the Faculty of Applied Science. Benidickson announces the re-enactment after which Grant (actor) announces convocation of the first two Applied Science graduates. Once the re-enactment is over Smith does a modern-day convocation, presenting Wright with an honourary degree. Wright then does a speech to the graduating class. The graduating class of engineers is then given their degrees.

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University Week for Dr. Marshall

Main Speakers: Dr R. L. Watts, Katherine Graham, George Aitken, David Canvin, Dr Henry Dinsdale, Dr William Kamphuis, Lisa Morris, Donald Swainson
Location: Various different offices around campus
Two issues of a video news magazine created for Queen's alumni. Issue no. 1 begins with Dr Watts begins by talking about recent projects on campus. Graham talks about her research in the Arctic region on Inuit land claims. Aitken talks about his research into recovering downed aircraft. Canvin discusses his research in wheat production. Dinsdale discusses his research into radiation. Issue 2 begins with Dr Watts speaking about recent events on campus. Footage from the previous convocation is shown. Dr Kamphuis talks about his research into waves. Morris talks about research into silk. Swainson talks about Canadian politics. After issue 2 comes a segment on using computers.

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