Fonds Fonds 86 - R.N.H Haslam fonds

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R.N.H Haslam fonds

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Fonds 86

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  • 1931-1980, predominant 1974-1979 (Creation)

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26 cm of textual records

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Robert Newman Hoyles Haslam was born in Toronto on 29 November 1909. His family moved to Saskatoon where he attended high school, and later enroled at the University of Saskatchewan, earning a B.A. (1929) and MA. (1931). In 1933 he received a Ph.D. from McGill University. From 1933 to 1935 he studied at the University of Leipzig on a post-graduate scholarship. Dr. Haslam was appointed Instructor in physics at the U of S in 1935, became Full Professor in 1951, and Department Head ten years later. In July 1964 he ws appointed Dean of Arts and Science. He was subsequently appointed Vice-President of the Saskatoon Campus and Vice-President (Academic). On his retirement in 1977 he was named Professor Emeritus. He died in 1985.

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This fonds contains reports, addresses, and articles by Haslam, as well as reprints of articles and dissertation summaries produced by the Department of Physics Betatron Group, 1951-1956. Additionally, it contains correspondence, membership lists, submissions, and clippings related to the Association of Retired Faculty.

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Related material: See also Faculty Biographies, Faculty Publications, and Alumni Files.

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