Fonds - David Teal Lowery fonds

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David Teal Lowery fonds

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  • 1964-1980 (Creation)

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.5m of textual records

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Name:David Teal Lowery. He was most often referred to by his middle name Teal. His parents were Harold and Mary Lowery. Mr. Lowery had four children and five step-children. Place of Residence:Teal Lowery was born in Calgary, Alberta on November 22, 1936. He completed high-school in Calgary and then moved to Saskatoon,Saskatchewan. He recieved his bachelor of commerce degree in 1962 at the University of Saskatchewan. In July, 1965, Mr. Lowery moved to Regina to become an accounting professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus. He then moved to Fort Qu'Appelle and commuted to work at the University of Saskatchewan,Regina Campus and eventually the University of Regina, until his sudden death on August 27, 1986. Occupation, life and activities:In 1964, Mr. Lowery became a chartered accountant with Clarkson, Gordon, and Company; and in 1970, he became a registered industrial accountant. He was hired by the University of Saskatchewan Regina Campus as an accounting professor in July, 1965. He was subsequently promoted to associate professor of administration and served as assistant dean in the Faculty of Administration from 1966 to 1972. Mr. Lowery became the University Secretary in 1972 until 1985. He was appointed University Vice-President Corporate Development in 1986 and fulfilled the requirements of this position until his death. Mr. Lowery served as director for the Gabriel Dumont Institute, the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, and the Wascana Authority. He also edited accounting manuscripts for Irwin Dorsey and McGraw Hill publishers. He served as president for the Society of Management Accountants of Canada and past president of the Regina Campus Faculty Association. He was a member of the Saskatchewan and Alberta Institute of Chartered Accountants and served on several national committees, boards, and associations in professional and academic circles. Mr. Lowery was the first person to be awarded the University of Regina's Distiguished Service Award posthumously.

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Fonds consists of School of Administration and Faculty of Administration class schedules, course contents, mid-term and final exams, and student marks.

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The records were arranged by David Teal Lowery and refiled by an archives grant worker.

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Restrictions apply to files containing photocopies and original copies of exams. Files containing student marks are also restricted.

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Related material: Another Accession in the David Teal Lowery fonds is 85-97.

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