York University (Toronto, Ont.). Vice President (Academic Services)

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York University (Toronto, Ont.). Vice President (Academic Services)

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1960-

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The Vice President (Academic Services) was responsible for administrative functions associated with the academic activity of the University. The Vice President had responsibility for several functions and departments including Data & Systems Analysis, Computer Services, Instructional Aid Resources, the Registrar, and the Admissions Office. These were essentially the same functions that the Assistant Vice President of the University had performed prior to the institution of a Vice President (Academic Services) in 1969, and Arthur C. Johnson filled both positions in turn. With the introduction of an Assistant Vice President (Academic Services) the role of Assistant Vice President of the University became more oriented towards student services.
Arthur C Johnson had come to the University in 1960 as Assistant to the President and was named Director of Campus Planning in 1961, Assistant Vice President in 1966 and Vice President (Academic Services) in 1969.

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2019/06/11 J. Grant. Creation.

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