Fonds 19-005 - Greg Doran fonds

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Greg Doran fonds

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19-005

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  • 1975-1995 (Creation)
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    Greg Doran

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1.6 m of textual material

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Greg Doran is a descendant of Irish settlers who emigrated to Peterborough with Peter Robinson in 1825. He was born near the end of the 1960s, the youngest of six children. Greg attended St. Alphonsus Elementary School from 1975-1983, the same school each of his siblings attended. When he graduated, he attended St. Peter’s High School from 1983-1988, when it was located on Reid Street. He graduated from his Ontario Academic Credit (OAC) year (formerly Grade 13), and moved on to Trent University. Between the years of 1988-1992, he completed a joint major, receiving his Honours Degree in Environmental & Resource Studies and Political Studies. It is notable that each of Greg’s siblings also attended Trent, and earned a degree there. Greg worked for the Township of Cavan and NHB Industries in Peterborough, before moving to eastern Canada where he began working as an Environment, Health and Safety Coordinator with an international pipe manufacturing company in 2003. This position provided him with the opportunity to become a certified Canadian Registered Safety Professional in 2007. Greg has continued working in this field with various companies on the eastern coast of Canada.

Custodial history

Fonds was in the custody of Linda Viscardis, Greg Doran’s sister, and given to Trent University Archives on behalf of Greg Doran in 2019

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Fonds consists of documents from Greg Doran’s education in Peterborough beginning at St. Alphonsus in 1975-1983, followed by St. Peter’s High School 1983-1988, Trent University in 1988-1992, and Sir Sanford Fleming College from 1994-1995.

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Excellent

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Fonds received from Linda Viscardis in 2019.

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Box 1

Folder:

1: Grade 1 1975-1976
2: Grade 2 1976-1977
3: Grade 3 1977-1978
4: Grade 4 1978-1979
5: Grade 4 continued 1978-1979
6: Grade 5 1979-1980
7: Grade 6 1980-1981
8: Grade 7 1981-1982
9; Grade 7 continued 1981-1982

Box 2

Folder:

1: Grade 8 1982-1984
2: Grade 9 1983-1984 - includes yearbook
3: Grade 9 continued 1983-1984
4: Grade 10 1984-1985
5: Grade 10 continued 1984-1985 – includes yearbook
6: Grade 11 1985-1986

Box 3

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1: Grade 11 continued 1986-1987 - includes yearbook

2: Grade 12 1987-1988
3: Grade 12 continued 1987-1988 – includes yearbook
4: Grade 13 – OAC 1988-1989
5: Grade 13 – OAC 1988-1989 – includes yearbook

Box 4

Folder:

1: Trent University – first year 1988-1989; Intro to Psychology 101; Environmental and Resource Science 100; Intro to Politics 100
2: Trent University – first year 1988-1989; French 110; Biology 150; Botany book; Trent Annual – 1988/89
3: Trent University – second year 1989-1990; Geography 101; Canadian Politics 201
4: Trent University – second year 1989-1990; Political Theories 233; International Politics 220; Environmental and Resource Studies 250; Trent Annual 1989-1990
5: Trent University – third year 1990-1991; Environmental Ethics 330; Political Studies 362; Environmental Waste Management 300
6: Trent University – third year 1990-1991; Political Studies 322; Environmental and Resource Studies 310; Trent Annual – 1990-1991

Box 5

Folder:

1: Trent University – fourth year 1991-1992; Political Studies 460; Canadian Studies/ERS 200; Political Studies 420
2: Trent University – fourth year 1991-1992; Environmental and Resource Studies 307; Politics/Canadian Studies 401; ER 300W “Citizens Guide to Waste Management in Ontario in the 1990’s” – blue binder; Trent Annual 1991-1992
3: Sir Sanford Fleming College 1994-1995; Industrial Waste Auditing 1994; Land Use Planning 1995
4: Sir Sanford Fleming College- 1995; Environmental Science 1995; Occupational Health and Safety 1995
5: Sir Sanford Fleming College; Environmental Law and Regulation 1995; Value Analysis and Waste Reduction 1994
6: Report Cards and Certifications from St. Alphonsus, St. Peter’s, Trent University and Fleming College

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1: Large folder contains art from St. Alphonsus Elementary School
2: Large folder contains art from Grade 9 at St. Peter’s High School

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