This fonds documents Claudette MacKay-Lassonde's professional milestones in telecommunications and engineering, as well as her efforts to promote women's careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics.) The fonds contains administrative and publicity records from Claudette MacKay-Lassonde's organizing of Canada's First Canadian Convention of Women Engineers in Toronto, Ontario.
The fonds reflects Claudette MacKay-Lassonde's extensive efforts to promote engineering as a viable field for women. The fonds includes ephemera such as correspondence, photographs and scrapbooks representing Claudette MacKay-Lassonde's presidency of the Association of Professional Engineers Ontario and her bid for the Liberal Party seat of Mississauga South, Ontario.
These documents contain correspondence between Monique and staff and faculty at the Board of Trade and the Imperial College of Science and Technology and others as she prepared for her Athlone Fellowship.
Cette sous-série concerne des document reliés à l'implication de Monique Frize dans différents comités et associations au cours des premières années de sa carrière comme ingénieure clinicienne. Elle comprend notamment de la correspondence et des certifications, des rapports de visite, des minutes de réunions. Elle inclut également deux instruments médicaux de mesure ayant appartenu à Monique Frize.
This sub-series concerns documents related to Monique Frize's involvement in various committees and associations during the first years of her career as a clinical engineer. It includes correspondence and certifications, visit reports, meeting minutes. It also includes two medical measuring instruments that belonged to Monique Frize.
This file contains three copies of the Unviersity of Ottawa Gazette containing articles featuring Greta Hofmann Nemiroff: Gazette, Volume IV 1, 1991, page 1 - "Greta Hofmann Nemiroff en Études des femmes/Women's Studies pioneer new holder of joint Chair" with a photograph; Gazette, Volume IV 21, 1992, page 10 - "Scholar in residence program to be established - La Banque de Montréal donne 250 000$ pour les Études des Femmes" with a photograph; and Gazette, Volume VIII 17, 1996, p.7 - "Greta Hofmann Nemiroff ends busy term as Joint Ottawa-Carleton Chair in Women's Studies" with a photograph.
This file contains a report from Fall 1994 by the federally endowed chairs in women's studies across Canada, including Greta Hofmann Nemiroff as the Joint-Chair for the University of Ottawa/Carleton University, representing Ontario.