Series OS/83/3 - Hand in Hand

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Reference code

GB 249 OS/83/3

Title

Hand in Hand

Date(s)

  • 1994, 1996 (Creation)

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2 newsletters

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(1986-1994)

Administrative history

The Public Relations Service was established in 1986 to co-ordinate existing information and publications activities and strengthen the internal and external relations of the University. It brought together the existing offices of Information, Alumni Relations and Publications. In 1994, it was replaced by the External Affairs and Development Office.

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(1994-2004)

Administrative history

External Affairs and Development was created in 1994. It replaced the Public Relations Service and the Development Office. In 2004, it was replaced by the Office of Marketing and Communications.

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(1994 to date)

Administrative history

The Alumni Affairs and Development Office was created in 1994, replacing the Alumni Relations Office. In 2006, it changed its name to the Alumni and Development Office.

Until 2004, the Office came under the remit of the External Affairs and Development Office. After 2004, it came under the remit of the Office of Marketing and Communications.

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Scope and content

Hand in Hand was a newsletter for parents and families of University of Strathclyde students.

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Open

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  • English

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Related units of description

A few years after the University produced this newsletter, it produced a guide for parents, also called Hand in Hand [ref: GB 249 OS/51/8].

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