File contains documents relating to awards received by Hall from 2009 - 2010. Materials include awards, invitations, and letters of congratulations. The awards Hall received during this time include the Killam Prize and the induction into the Discovery Centre's Science Hall of Fame. Materials also include one invitation from the University of Calgary received at a later date.
File consists of the typescripts of electronic email messages of Budge Wilson regarding a talk at the Canadian Association of School Administrators Summer Leadership Academy held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, July 10-13, 2008. Includes the conference program. Also includes a photocopied page from "Leaders and Learners" (volume 4, issue 23, September 2008, page 16).
File contains student ratings of instruction (SRIs) for Hall's Biology 3050 class from March 2006 to January 2007. Materials include notes from students on what Hall did as a professor to facilitate their learning, how he hampered their learning, and additional comments.
File contains documents relating to Hall's appointment as the George S. Campbell Professor of Biology at Dalhousie from 2001-2007. Materials include Hall's research accomplishments, publications, and sources of financial support, correspondence, letters of appointment, and annual reports of Hall's work.
File contains designs for the set pieces and blocks used in Neptune Theatre's school tour productions of "How to Eat Like a Child" and "Perfect," directed by Jennette White and designed by D'Arcy Morris-Poultney.
Item is a clipping of an article by Patricia Doyle about being a Mi'kmaw woman in the education system. The article appeared on page 7 of the January 1991 issue of "Pandora." An Eye Level Gallery advertisement for the exhibition "I loved the piece with the large type on the grass" and an advertisement for Swaha! Bodywork also appear on the page.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's lunchtime productions of "Andrew's Tree" and "Two Weeks, Twice a Year," designed by J. Cooke. The file includes some original drawings and copies of the set designs for "Andrew's Tree."
File contains documents relating to Hall's appointment as a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1985. Materials include correspondence, administrative information regarding the Society, and a press release.
This fonds consists primarily of materials related to Christopher's teaching career at Dalhousie. The fonds contains Christopher's teaching dossier; correspondence; records related to departmental administration including brochures, meeting notes, publicity files, records related to the acting program, and departmental memos; course materials including student assignments and grades, scripts, handouts, and syllabi; records related to Dalhousie productions including photocopied reviews of performances, scripts, scores, and publicity files; records related to the Campus Criers program; audio cassettes of music for productions; and videotapes used for class instruction.
Collection comprises four teaching series produced in Atlantic Canada and hosted by Dalhousie University faculty, and includes series one (The Oceans); series two (The Structure of Sound); series three (20th Century Latin America: Why Revolution?); and series four (Textiles: Their Development and Effects).
Item is a photograph of Chancellor Norman Gosse; Raddall, the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Civil Law; Archbishop W.W. Davis; President Graham Morgan; Reverend Harry R. Cooper, the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity; and L.P. Edwards, the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Civil Law.