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Administration Building (c. 1995-2007)

From those whose vision first fuelled the University of Alberta’s creation to those who maintain this vision today, the University’s history is filled with individuals and groups who have succeeded in running the day-to-day business on campus and beyond. The University would fail to function without these groups and individuals' working in the community and behind the scenes to operate the functions and processes that keep the University’s many bodies working wholly and effectively as a cohesive unit.

The University is dependent upon the work the Senate, Board of Governors, Chancellors, Presidents, and Chairs, as well as the various University Faculties, Schools, libraries, archives, and museums who, together, form an intricate tapestry in which every thread is vital.

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