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Spotlight on UNBC stories from 2001

Videocassette contains stories created in 2001 for either "Spotlight on UNBC" or "UNBC Insight". Stories include the Northern Medical Program announcement (Jan. 2001); a Northern Medical Program workshop (Feb. 2001); the Bentley Centre sod-turning (2001); Convocation 2001; cancer research by Chow Lee (March 2001); Mim Hughes wins scholarship; and Tabor Lake limnology research (Feb. 2001).

Raw video footage for recruitment video

Videotape contains footage of: 25-Aug-01 - Shots of Residence for recruitment video / 7-Sep-01 - shots around campus, club displays - Dryden, Kelly / 7-Sep-01 - what to do in Prince George - Kesh / 7-Sep-01 - Cougars Exhibition vs Kamloops

Raw video footage for recruitment video

Videotape contains footage of: 15-Sep-01 - outdoor rec for recruitment video - Thomson, Diana / 16-Sep-01 - Interview for recruitment video about graduation - Butow, Bjorn / 17-Sep-01 - TUPC meeting - Jago, Charles / 17-Sep-01 - Shots around campus

Spotlight on UNBC - February 2000

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from February 2000. Features segments on the suicide of Russian exchange student Anna Sorkomova; a conference on rural health; UNBC research forests Johnson Prince Research Forest north of Fort St. James (co-managed by UNBC and Tl'azt'en Nation) and Aleza Lake Research Forest east of Prince George (co-managed by UBC and UNBC); construction of the Irving K. Barber Enhanced Forestry Lab; UNBC involvement in the University of the Arctic; the annual UNBC Winterfest; UNBC Rodeo Club; the UNBC Nordic Ski Team at the Western Canadian Championship; UNBC Northern Timberwolves Men's Basketball; the proposed Northern Sports Centre; and the UNBC laboratory space expansion. Includes interviews with Charles Jago (UNBC President); Penny Priddy (BC Health Minister); Kwadwo Asante (Terrace pediatrician); Steve Dewhurst (UNBC Forestry); Justa Monk (Tl'azt'en Nation); Don Roy (Canfor Fort St. James); Sue Grainger (UNBC Research Forest Manager); Terry Carter (PG Soccer); Andrew Petter (Minister of Advanced Education; Paul Ramsey (Finance Minister); and UNBC students and alumni Christine Brock (Forestry), Scott Forrest (University of the Arctic), Jack Darney (UNBC Rodeo Club), Chris Paulson (UNBC Nordic Ski Team), Noah Huntley (UNBC Nordic Ski Team), Wendy Giesbrecht (UNBC Nordic Ski Team), Brent Sevigny (men's basketball), and Jenn Bondaroff (women's basketball).

January 2000 raw footage for Spotlight on UNBC

Videotape contains footage of: 21-Jan-00 - Lab Expansion Announcement - Petter, Andrew / 22-Jan-00 - BC Rural Health Conference - Priddy, Penny; Asante, Kwadwo / 26-Jan-00 - Anna Sorkomova Memorial / 28-Jan-00 - Western Canadian Nordic Skiing - Paulson, Chris; Giesbrecht, Wendy; Huntley, Noah

Spotlight on UNBC - June 2000

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from June 2000. Features segments on the "Retain 2000" conference on aboriginal student retention in higher education; the Irving K Barber Enhanced Forestry Laboratory; an Inuit art donation from Ray Anderson, the Bill Reid banners, and the Ron Sebastian art unveiling of the senate doors and ceremonial chairs; the UNBC Northern Advancement Program; the University of the Arctic and northern research; the archival processing of the Cassiar Fonds donation; GIS mapping technology; the Summer Computer Club for high school students; research on the movement of air pollution using a Doppler sodar system; and highlights from convocation 2000 including honourary degree recipients Horst Sanders and Chief Joseph Gosnell. Includes interviews with Paul Ramsey (Minister of Finance); Wayne Clogg (West Fraser Timber); Irving K Barber; Oscar Garcia; Chris Hawkins; Ron Sebastian; Ray Anderson (Canadian diplomat and art donor); Kwadwo Asante (art donor); Peter Jackson (UNBC professor); George Pedersen (UNBC Chancellor); and UNBC students and alumni Louise Creyke (Nursing), Pamela Spokes, Candace Gladu (Archives student assistant for Cassiar Project), Allan Kranz, Kori Robertson (Nursing), Michael Panchuk (Education), and Shunlai Lee.

September 2000 raw footage for Spotlight on UNBC

Videotape contains footage of: 15-Sep-00 - UNBC students organize New Media conference - Butow, Bjorn; Antonik, Jeff / 21-Sep-00 - UNBC student from United States - Stakes, Tone / 21-Sep-00 - Advanced Education Minister visits - Bowbrick, Graeme / 22-Sep-00 - UNBC Plans Aboriginal Language Conf. - Shawana, Perry / 22-Sep-00 - UNBC Scholar on Basketball team - Neufeld, Christina

Bob Harkins fonds

  • 2001.12
  • Fonds
  • c.1953 - c.2000

Fonds consists of textual records, photographic items and published reports related to professional life and career of Bob Harkins, broadcaster, local historian, and former city councilor. Includes textual and photographic items related to development and history of city of Prince George and the Central Interior of BC region history and development in late 20th century. Items includes an unpublished manuscript on the life of Ray Williston by Eileen Williston, an unpublished paper on the history of technological change in logging industry; an unpublished paper on the history of radio and television in Prince George; a report related to the creation of a university for Northern British Columbia (1989) and proofs of the publication "Wild Liard Waters: Canoeing Canada's Historic Liard River" by Ferdi Wenger, c.1998. Also includes photographic files including CKPG Radio Studio photographic items c.1953; and photographs and correspondence regarding guide outfitter Skook Davidson c.1975.

Bob Harkins

Spotlight on UNBC

"Spotlight on UNBC" was a promotional television show created by the UNBC Communications Department and was shown on the local Prince George Shaw television channel. The first 30-minute episode of "Spotlight on UNBC" aired in February 1993 and continued with one episode a month until 1998, when it switched to one episode every other month. After the year 2000, the show began to evolve into various shorter iterations for Shaw television audiences. These later shows were "UNBC Insight" (circa 2001) and "Plugged In" hosted by Sandra Claremont (circa 2004) which included "What's New This Week" stories created by the UNBC Communications, often filming a month's worth at once. The host of "Spotlight on UNBC", as well as the show's later iterations, was Rob van Adrichem. This subseries includes a complete run of the original "Spotlight on UNBC" episode masters from February 1993 to December 2000.

Spotlight on UNBC - December 1999

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from December 1999. Features segments on the first games played in the BC College Basketball League by the UNBC men's and women's basketball teams; UNBC's placement in the Maclean's ratings at 8th place; the UNBC rural health research summit; technology at UNBC, including library databases; a donation from Xerox Canada for student computer projects; the UNBC website; Millennium survey analysis; the Business Student Society; Operation Red Nose fundraiser for UNBC Athletics; varsity sports at UNBC; and UNBC rugby. Includes interviews with Charles Jago (UNBC President); Max Blouw (UNBC Assoc. VP Research); Brian Saylor (University of Alaska); Stuart Johnston (Vanderhoof doctor); David Bruce (Mt. Allison); Barbara Herringer (UNBC Social Work); Vina Williams (research participant); Neil Campbell (UNBC Librarian); Jeannine McQuaid (Xerox Canada); Dick Harris (MP); Jim O'Meara (UNBC Athletics coordinator); George Pedersen (UNBC Chancellor); and UNBC students and alumni Mike Crawford, Michelle Chan, Christ Leischner, Johan Boyden, Ron Carey, Reeta Bhatti (Business), Jeremy Fung (Business), Dan Milburn (Environmental Planning), Gerald Christie (Environmental Planning), Phyllis Parker (Social Work), Mark Stafford (Finance), Don Gaboury (Business), Kathy Marchuk, Bill Carpenter (UNBC Rugby), and Kent Bergstrom (Men's Basketball).

Spotlight on UNBC - October 2000

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from October 2000. Features segments on the new lab expansion, the possibility of a partnership with AXOR for a planned R&D park near the lab building at the Prince George campus, the Apple computer lab, the first UNBC archaeological field school at Hatsul Heritage Village at Soda Creek, increased international student exchange opportunities, the Northern New Media Conference, the Innovation Resource Centre, the Geoffrey R. Weller memorial and dedication of the Weller Library, and the 10th Anniversary of UNBC. Also includes a report on the Tumbler Ridge economic crisis due to the closure of the Quintette coal mine and the Bull Moose mine, which includes features on the Tumbler Ridge Housing Corporation sale and the Tumbler Ridge Diversification Society. Includes interviews with Max Blouw (UNBC Assoc. VP Research), Al Galbraith (Tumbler Ridge Housing Corporation), Claudette Gouger (UNBC Alumni Association), Graham Gobrick (Minister of Advanced Education), Perry Shawana (UNBC First Nations Studies), and Michael Klassen (UNBC instructor). Also includes interviews with UNBC students and alumni Tone Stakes, Christina Neufeld, Bjorn Butow, Jeff Antonik, Ray Proulx, Lana Sullivan, Garry Grochowich, and Bill Dixon.

Spotlight on UNBC - December 2000

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from December 2000. Features segments on a First Nations conference dedicated to preserving aboriginal languages, highlights from the home opener for UNBC Northern Timberwolves, healthcare in the north, faculty book publications, success in the Maclean's ratings, the UNBC Institute for Social Research and Evaluation, the opening of the UNBC Archives (including the donation of the Cassiar fonds and the archives endowment), the UNBC website, and Goat River watershed management. Includes interviews with: Geraldine Thomas (Saik'uz Treaty Coordinator), Jo-anne Fiske (UNBC Women's Studies), Annette Browne (UNBC Nursing), Youlanda Spenst (First Nations Language Instructor), Boris DeWiel (UNBC Political Science), Bruno Zumbo (UNBC researcher), Alex Michalos (UNBC Political Science), Michael Taft (UNBC Archives), Wilson Yeung (UNBC alumni), Laura Foster (UNBC Northern Timberwolves), Stephen Dewhurst (UNBC Forestry), and students Marty Rombough, Jenn Lupichuk, and Angus Macleod.

Audiovisual Material

File consists of 6 videocassettes of the construction of ceremonial mace, chairs, and Senate doors for the University of Northern British Columbia.

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