Series S4 - Marketing and communications

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Marketing and communications

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CA ON0034 10-104-S4

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0.17 m of textual records

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After graduating from the University of British Columbia, l'Université Laval and the University of Toronto, Caroline Andrew became a distinguished member of the Ottawa and Canadian political science communities and an internationally recognized expert on municipal politics, governance, feminism and urban issues. Caroline was Professor of Political Science, Dean of Social Sciences and Director of the Centre on Governance at the University of Ottawa. She was an active member of the Canadian Political Science Association. In 1984 she moderated the first and only national leaders' debate on women's issues. Caroline Andrew was also the co-chair of the Steering Committee for the Women's World Congress held at the University of Ottawa in 2011. In 2015 she was invested into the Order of Canada. She died in 2022.


Diplômée de l'Université de la Colombie-Britannique, de l'Université Laval et de l'Université de Toronto, Caroline Andrew est devenue un membre éminent de la communauté des sciences politiques d'Ottawa et du Canada, ainsi qu'une experte internationalement reconnue en matière de politique municipale, de gouvernance, de féminisme et de questions urbaines. Caroline a été professeur de sciences politiques, doyenne de la faculté des sciences sociales et directrice du Centre sur la gouvernance à l'Université d'Ottawa. Elle était un membre actif de l'Association canadienne de science politique. En 1984, elle a animé le premier et unique débat national des leaders sur les questions féminines. Caroline Andrew a également coprésidé le comité directeur du Congrès mondial des femmes qui s'est tenu à l'Université d'Ottawa en 2011. En 2015, elle a été investie dans l'Ordre du Canada. Elle est décédée en 2022.

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The series contains WFF promotional material such as flyers and pamphlets as well as WFF newsletters.

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