Series 8 - Other courses

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  • 1961-1995 (Creation)

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*0.20 m of textual records

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Series contains lecture notes for all of the above courses and notes pertaining to different laws, i.e. commercial, company, and labour laws.

Professor Abbott had been at Carleton University for over 30 years as a lecturer, Assistant and Associate Professor and finally as Full Professor. Along with his core courses, he taught or participated in courses given at Carleton such as - Public Law 51.205, Sociology 368, Thesis, and Introduction to S.P.S.S. 50.551. In addition, Professor Abbott was a supervisor for the course T.S.E. 59.502 - Technology, Society, Environment. In this course students from different disciplines conducted research projects in groups under the direction of faculty advisors of which Professor Abbott was one. He further supervised several projects as well as serving as a member of the Multi-disciplinary Faculty Committee in the 1970's.

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