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"UNBC's 1st Annual Green Day: 'Spring into Green' - Final Report"

Item is an original final report from UNBC's first Green Day entitled: "UNBC's 1st Annual Green Day: 'Spring into Green' - Final Report". The final report is a compilation of reports written by the organizers of Green Day, the students of ENVS 325 (Global Environmental Change: Science and Policy).

NRES News

Item is the inaugural issue (Vol. 1 No. 1) of NRES News newsletter from February 1995.

Job Evaluation Committee memorandum, 1994

Item is a memorandum from J.F. Newberry, VP Administration, to UNBC deans and directors and the members of the Job Evaluation Committee regarding "Job Classification Reviews".

Spotlight on UNBC - February 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from February 1993. Features segments on the construction of the Prince George campus, a talk with the first UNBC students, milestones of 1992, and highlights from a First Nations forum held in Terrace. Includes footage of the temporary campus at the French-Canadian Club of Prince George, an interview with UNBC President Geoffrey R. Weller, an interview with Dean Cooper (VP Administration), a clip from an Interim Governing Council meeting, an introduction to some UNBC publications, an interview with Audrey McKay (member of the IGC), and a clip of Stuart McLean giving a talk for the UNBC President's Lecture Series.

Spotlight on UNBC - March 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from March 1993. Features segments on an interview with UNBC Chancellor Iona Campagnolo, coverage of a cheque presentation from Northwood to the UNBC fundraising campaign, the impact of UNBC on community colleges in the North, UNBC publications, an Interim Governing Council meeting in Kitimat, UNBC promotional clothing created by Wilf Schlitt (Up the Creek Garment Company), and an introduction to some of the new faculty members of UNBC. Includes footage of CT Hazelwood (President and CEO, Northwood), Tom Steadman (Chair, North to the Future Campaign), Doug Little (Senior VP Forest Operations, Northwood), faculty candidate public presentations (Patricia Kerig, Leslie Hardy), Ken Coates (UNBC VP Academic), Caroline Rochon (Northern Lights College), Terry Weninger (College of New Caledonia, President), and Don Anderson (Northwest Community College, President),

Spotlight on UNBC - April 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from April 1993. Features segments on the construction of UNBC library and book acquisition for the library, a Prince Rupert workshop attended by UNBC staff to research fishery issues in the region, a staff profile feature, the central application system for UNBC applicants, the UNBC Social Work program, the development of the UNBC Prince George campus including contract bids for construction, Regional Coordinators and academic candidates, the Fulbright Scholarship program, and agreements for international students. Includes interviews with Pat Appavoo (University Librarian), Joanne Matthews (UNBC Information Services Librarian), Bill Morrison (Dean of Research and Graduate Studies), Bruno Raeber (UNBC receptionist), Tony Higgins (Chief Executive, UCAS), Mike Hamer (Director of Development), Larry Woods (International Studies candidate), McMorris Tate (International Studies candidate), Victor Konrad (Canada-US Fulbright program), Douglas Nord (Director of International Studies), Gordon Ternowetsky (UNBC Social Work), and David Fish (Dean of Health and Human Sciences).

Spotlight on UNBC - May 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from May 1993. Features include highlights of the past academic year (distance education and expanding course offerings for the upcoming academic year), a guided tour of the UNBC campus, phase 2 of construction and building completion for the UNBC Prince George campus, the acquisition of the Cassiar fonds, appointments of academic staff, and a Fort St. John conference and workshop with a UNBC representative in the Peace River region. Includes interviews with Bob Rutherdale (sessional lecture, History), Martin Cocking (Assistant Registrar), Godfrey Medhurst (Director of Facilities), John Dunn (First Nations studies candidate), Bill Bouffioux (XY Ranch), Daryl Wark (West Coast Energy, McMahon plant), Nick Petryszak (Regional Coordinator, Peace River).

Spotlight on UNBC - June 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from June 1993. Features include Prince George campus design changes (to ensure campus would be completed on time), public information sessions for the UNBC academic year, Darrell Bailie in the Boston Marathon, the Northern Lights convocation ceremony in Dawson Creek, a telecommunications conference in Dawson Creek partially sponsored by UNBC, an Arts Walk which focused on the UNBC regalia (the Ceremonial Chairs and Talking Stick created by Ron Sebastian), the UNBC motto and coat of arms, a Timothy Findley lecture as part of the UNBC public lecture series, academic candidates, tours of UNBC, and the history of the creation of UNBC. Also includes interviews with Paul Zanette (Interior designer), Ken Coates (UNBC VP Academic), Darrell Bailie (UNBC Systems Librarian), Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor), Jim Kassen (President of Northern Lights College), Timothy Findley (author), Darwyn Coxson (UNBC biology), Kathy Lewis (UNBC Forestry), and Murray Sadler (Chair of the Interim Governing Council).

Spotlight on UNBC - July 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from July 1993. Features include the First Nations studies program and its development in the regions, an interview with Murray Sadler regarding UNBC's creation, the construction of the Prince George campus including waterproofing and enclosing buildings, a tour of the regions, disbanding the Interim Governing Council and forming the UNBC Senate and Board of Governors, the Public Lecture Series, the University of Tasmania touring the UNBC campus and regions, a visit by the Minister of Advanced Education, the North to the Future campaign, and how to apply at UNBC. Also includes interviews with Margaret Anderson (Director of First Nations studies), Russell Alec (Education Supervisor, Carrier Sekani Tribal Council), Murray Sadler (Chair of the Interim Governing Council), Dean Cooper (UNBC VP Administration), Anne Martin (Chair of the Interim Governing Council Transition Committee), Bob Cleary (University of Tasmania), Brian McKenzie (University of Tasmania), Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), Vic Bowman (PG Rotary Club), Tom Steadman, Art Robin (Royal Bank of Canada), and Nicole Lyotier (UNBC Liaison Officer).

Spotlight on UNBC - September 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from September 1993. Features include an interview with students regarding why they attend UNBC; development of the co-op education program; UNBC's new faculty in the International Studies, Nursing and History departments; plans for convocation 1994; the UNBC academic calendar; the promotion of UNBC in southern media; public bus tours of UNBC; and a tour of the regions with Iona Campagnolo and other UNBC officials. Includes interviews with Fred Gilbert (Dean of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies), Dan Lousier (BC Forest Service), Larry Woods (International Studies), Dana Edge (Nursing), Robin Fisher (History), Carmen Pickering (UNBC Tour Guide), Ken Coates (UNBC VP Academic), Eileen Heir (Yirka Dene Language Institute), Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor), Ron Sebastian (First Nations artist), and Herb Russell (Executive Director, Gitanyow). Also includes interviews with UNBC students and graduates Kelly Breen, Jackie Watson, Brad and Beverly Freathy, Kathy Vagt, and Terri Stewart (Northwest Community College student advisor).

Spotlight on UNBC - October 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from October 1993. Features include an announcement that the Prince George campus will be opening on time and construction deadlines have been met, the cataloging process for the UNBC library, recruitment of faculty, housing developments, student retainment, hiring of academic faculty, preparations for the grand opening of the campus, the UNBC School of Nursing regional operations, the UNBC scholarship and bursary fund, the North to the Future campaign, Regional Coordinators and their importance, and the UNBC adrenaline club. Includes interviews with Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), Ken Coates (VP Academic), Pat Appavoo (University Librarian), Dennis Macknak (Regional Operations and University College Relations), John Backhouse (Mayor of Prince George), Jan Thompson (President of the Cariboo Real Estate Board), Mary Louise McAllister (Political Science), Lee Keener (Math and Computer Science), Annie Booth (Environmental Studies), Karen Borsato (CNC Registration Manager, Quesnel campus), Mike Chiu (Telecommunications Supervisor), Tracey Niesh (Secretary for Regional Operations), Rob Corbett (Director of Human Resources), Joanne Fort (Northwest Community College), Leslie Hardy, Paul Ramsey (PG North MLA), Ellen Facey (South-Central Regional Coordinator), and Brian Cole (UNBC student).

Spotlight on UNBC - November 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from November 1993. Features include the development of the UNBC calendar for 1993-1994, the construction of the lab building, the needs of students in the laboratory, space allocation, the UNBC rotunda, a 1 million dollar endowment for UNBC by Northwood, the First Nations forum, the anticipation of the opening of UNBC by Queen Elizabeth, a breakfast held by the UNBC Women's Caucus for women's history month, UNBC is the newsmaker of the year, the federal election results and opinion from UNBC faculty, and views of UNBC by helicopter. Includes interviews with Martin Cocking (Assistant Registrar), Nicole Lyotier (UNBC Liaison Officer), Conchetta di Francesco (UBC Liaison Officer), Lynda Mychaluk (SFU Liaison Officer), Houston Secondary School grade 12 students, Ann McNaughton (BCIT Liaison Officer), Jerry Hurn (Hemingway Nelson Architects), Mark Bernards (Chemistry), Peter McEwan (Lab Manager), Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), Deanna Nice (Nisga'a), Clive Keen (Director of Communications), Myra Rutherdale (UNBC Women's Caucus), Greg Poelzer (Political Science), and Paul Bowles (Economics).

Spotlight on UNBC - December 1993

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from December 1993. Features include UNBC opinions regarding NAFTA, the UNBC student newspaper "Over the Edge", applying and registering at UNBC, applications from faculty, UNBC regional presence for students, international agreements for exchange students, the First Nations forum, a booklet of the history of UNBC, a tour of the UNBC campus, and the Christmas edition of Spotlight on UNBC with Rob Van Adrichem as Santa. Includes interviews with Douglas Nord (Dean of Management and Administration), Jack August (Fulbright Scholar), Troy Hanschen (Admissions and Registration), Nick Petryszak (Northeast Regional Coordinator), Prof. Klintborg (University of Vaxjo), Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor), Ngapare Hopa (University of Waikato, New Zealand), Myron Gordon (Editor of Over the Edge), and Cory Stewart (Winner of contest to name Over the Edge).

Spotlight on UNBC - January 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from January 1994. Features include the implementation of the UNBC Board of Governors and Senate, the contribution by Canfor to the North to the Future campaign, the acquisition by the UNBC library of microfiche, hiring of faculty, permission to build residences granted, publications of UNBC academics, looking back at achievements from 1993, CBC news spotlight, the "least worst" best of UNBC, and low lights of 1993 and bloopers from Spotlight on UNBC. Includes interviews with Dan Miller (Minister of Skills, Training and Labour), Han Wagner (Kitimat Interim Governing Council representative), Dale Kerr (Interim Governing Council member from Tatlayoko Lake), Horst Sanders (Prince George Interim Governing Council member), Peter Bentley (Canfor CEO), and Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President).

Spotlight on UNBC - February 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from February 1994. Features include the construction of the UNBC Prince George campus, a spotlight on heart month, the appointment of the Northwest Regional Coordinator, UNBC updates on CKPG TV, and a spotlight on natural resource management and environmental studies. Includes interviews with Peter Heaton (Project Manager), Dean Cooper (former VP Administration), Ken Prkachin (UNBC program chair of Psychology), Maureen Salton (BC Heart and Stroke Foundation), Dana Edge (UNBC Nursing), Margaret Anderson (Northwest Regional Coordinator), Bob Harkins, Fred Gilbert (Dean of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies), Darwyn Coxson (UNBC Biology), Doug Baker (Environmental Studies), Annie Booth (Environmental Studies), Ellen Petticrew (UNBC Geography), Dave Robinson (Outdoor Recreation and Tourism), Winifred Kessler (UNBC Forestry), and Jackie Watson (UNBC student).

Spotlight on UNBC - March 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from March 1994. Features include how to apply at UNBC, the development of Graduate Studies and the Faculty of Research and Graduate Studies; the construction of the administration building at the Prince George campus; regional advisory committees; the North to the Future campaign and fundraising for scholarships; the Prince Rupert media spot on UNBC on CFTK television; student residences and off-campus housing; building relationships with international universities; a meeting of the UNBC Board of Governors; honoring donors including Northwood, Canfor, and Doug Little; and a worksite accident in which three workers were injured. Includes interviews with Bill Morrison (Dean of Research and Graduate Studies), Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), Kathy Mears (Co-chair of the Community Legacy Campaigns), Randall Brazzoni (UNBC Housing Manager), Leonid Polishchuk (Novosibirsk University, Russia), C.T. Hazelwood (CEO of Northwood Pulp and Timber), Peter Bentley (CEO of Canfor), Frank Janas (UNBC Site Safety Officer), and Christina Hunter (UNBC's first graduate student).

Spotlight on UNBC - April 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from April 1994. Features include workplace injuries of UNBC construction works and the importance of worksite safety; a spotlight on the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences; the construction of the UNBC library; the development of the library collection and acquisition of historical publications on microfiche; the arrival of an advance team in preparation for Queen Elizabeth's visit; a South Africa forum entitled "So Far, So Near, So Far" regarding free elections; student recruitment and information sessions; technology at UNBC at the Dynacom system; and the construction of the student residence buildings. Includes interviews with Frank Janas (UNBC Site Safety Officer); David Fish (Dean of Health and Human Sciences); Bryan Hartman (Program Chair of Education); Barbara Herringer (Social Work); Ken Prkachin (Program Chair of Psychology); Leslie Hardy (Program Chair of Nursing); Ivan Jorgensen (Affordable Housing Committee); Lois Boone (Chair, Royal Visit Committee); Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Dave Abbott (Journalist); Meryl Martin (UNBC student); Nicole Lyotier (UNBC Liaison Officer); Michael Chin (UNBC Telecommunications Supervisor); Rick Christianens (BC Tel); Randall Brazzoni (UNBC Housing); and Peter Bloodoff (City of Prince George).

Spotlight on UNBC - May 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from May 1994. Features include the impact of UNBC within the province; regional academic plans, starting with Quesnel; exclusive food suppliers on campus (Pepsi and ICL); Convocation 1994 at the Civic Centre (the inaugural convocation was two years prior when the UNBC President and Chancellor were installed); the presentation of the UNBC Coat of Arms at convocation; and interviews with the first graduates of UNBC and their experiences. Includes interviews with Ken Coates (UNBC VP Academic); John Stubbs (SFU President); Ellen Facey (Regional Coordinator, South Central); Dennis MacKnak (Regional Operations and University/College Relations); Martin Cocking (UNBC Associate Registrar); and UNBC students Jackie Watson, Niki Yandeau, Margaret Bathy, Myron Gordon, Kari Stedham Gosnell, and Diana Gilbert.

Spotlight on UNBC - June 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from June 1994. Features include a review of May 1994 Convocation (including speeches from the Governor General and valedictorian); the presentation of the UNBC heraldic Coat of Arms and explanation of its meaning; a speech from Iona Campagnolo, UNBC Chancellor; a quality of life survey in Prince George; a Canada-BC Infrastructure Works donation for completion of University Way; finalization of Regional Academic Plans for Peace River and the Northwest; a public information session for off-campus housing; scholarships and bursaries at UNBC; development of the Northern Studies program; and the completion of the building housing the Conference Centre and Fitness Centre (now Building 6). Includes interviews with Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); H.E. Ramon Hnatyshyn (Governor General of Canada); Mary Fallis (Friend of the University); Clive Keen (Director of Communications); Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Alex Michalos (UNBC Political Science); Margaret Anderson (Northwest Regional Coordinator); Patricia Sarsfield (UNBC Financial Aid Officer); Harold Finkler (Circumpolar Liaison Directorate); Tom Masich (Library); and UNBC students Diana Gilbert and Kari-Anne Gosnell.

Spotlight on UNBC - July 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from July 1994. Features include interviews with students about why they attend UNBC, course offerings and programs at UNBC, the hiring of faculty and their qualifications, a tour of campus, anticipation of the Royal Visit to UNBC and the planning involved, regional information sessions and regional recruitment for UNBC, exchange students from Sweden, the issue of off-campus housing, the development of a souvenir magazine for the Queen's visit and the opening of UNBC, and events with First Nations to build connections with UNBC. Includes interviews with Bryan Hartman (Program Chair of Education); John Aisenstat (UNBC Special Events Coordinator); Gloria Benazic (UNBC Ceremonies Officer); Doug Baker (UNBC Faculty); Jon Swainger (UNBC History); John Glarner (Vazjo University, Sweden); Randall Brazzoni (UNBC Housing Manager); Roy Nagel (Editor, Prince George Citizen); Alison McDonald (UNBC Director of First Nations programs); Bill Pozer (Stanford University); and UNBC students Rabia Chung, Jennifer Smith, Israel Prabhudass, and Ilona Schauffer.

Spotlight on UNBC - August 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from August 1994. Features include an agenda of the Queen's visit and the official opening of UNBC; the development of the Founder's Association and community involvement at UNBC; the UNBC T-Shirt campaign to get people to wear UNBC T-Shirts every Friday; Regional Advisory Committees partnering with Northern BC communities; the success of public bus tours of UNBC Prince George campus; off-campus housing concerns; and the move from UNBC's temporary locations in Prince George to the UNBC Prince George campus, focusing on the move of the UNBC library. Includes interviews with Tom Steadman (North to the Future campaign), John Backhouse (Mayor of Prince George), Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), Nick Petryszak (UNBC Regional Coordinator), Elaine Myhre (UNBC Grad Student), Bryan Hartman (UNBC Chair of Education), Linda Wilson (University-College of the Cariboo), Ellen Facey (UNBC Regional Coordinator), Karin Beeler (UNBC English), Darrell Bailie (UNBC Library), and Tom Masich (Library Superintendent).

Spotlight on UNBC - September 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from September 1994, highlighting the Queen's Royal visit to UNBC and the opening of the university. Features include speeches from Queen Elizabeth, the Premier of British Columbia Mike Harcourt, UNBC Chancellor Iona Campagnolo, and student Jackie Watson; Lake Babine dancers; Kermode Choristers Choir from Terrace; a meeting between Queen Elizabeth and the founders of UNBC; the Founder's Ceremony; an interview with Murray Sadler regarding the legacy of UNBC; and an afternoon tea event with Queen Elizabeth and UNBC students (including Sonia Parmar) in the UNBC dining hall.

Spotlight on UNBC - October 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from October 1994. Features include interviews with students and faculty regarding the opening of the UNBC campus (Sept. 8, 1994 was Opening Day); class registration for students; student orientation; ongoing construction on campus; a Land Use and Resource Management Symposium; a conference on post-nationalism in Canada presented by the UNBC English Department; an interview with Greg Poelzer regarding research in Russia on social and political issues with aboriginal peoples; a $50,000 donation to the North to the Future campaign from BC Rail; the unveiling of a mural by local artists representing the opening of UNBC; and a tour of student residence apartments by students. Includes interviews with Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Don Cyr (UNBC Business Administration); Mark Bernards (UNBC Chemistry); Murray Sadler (UNBC Founder); Tom Steadman (UNBC Founder); Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Paul Thomson (UNBC Registrar); Carol Sigurdson (UNBC Student Services Director); Fred Gilbert (Dean, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies); Karin Beeler (UNBC English); Greg Poelzer (UNBC Political Science); Paul Jiles (BC Rail Chairman); Ken Ferris (Artist); Randall Brazzoni (UNBC Housing Manager); and UNBC students Denise Watt, Christie Westman, and Kelly Pastro.

Spotlight on UNBC - December 1994

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from December 1994. Features include the announcement of Geoffrey Weller's resignation from the UNBC presidency to be effective June 1995; an interview with Weller regards his experiences with UNBC; the completion of the move from UNBC's temporary locations; an internet technology initiative announced for UNBC; UNBC wins Newsmaker of the Year award; the UNBC Public Lecture Series and highlights from speakers; Larry Woods wins Best Academic Book Award for Asian-Pacific Studies; UNBC's first co-op student is hired at Northwood; "A University is Born" book published; the North to the Future campaign reaches $6 million after a donation from CN Rail; social clubs at UNBC (with focus on football and the Over the Edge Newspaper); and the Spotlight on UNBC Christmas edition with Rob van Adrichem as Santa. Includes interviews with Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Robin Blencoe (MLA); Mike Harcourt (Premier); Dale McMann (Prince George Regional Development); Arnie Donovan (Sun Microsystems); Chief Ovide Mercredi (Assembly of First Nations); Don Ryan (Gitksan Nation); Audrey McLaughlin (Federal NDP); Linda Clippingdale (Canadian Research Institute for Advancement of Women Studies); Clive Keen (UNBC Communications); and UNBC students John Spagrud (first co-op student), Fouad Shalaby (Football Club), Dionne Olsen (Football Club), D'arcy Davis (Over the Edge), Charles Hogg (Over the Edge), and Tracy Gula (Over the Edge).

Spotlight on UNBC - January 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from January 1995. Features include UNBC's use of fibre optic internet with Dynacom and the advantages of the technology; the fourth Circumpolar Universities Co-operation Conference hosted by UNBC; the expansion of the UNBC residences to two buildings; the announcement of a contest for UNBC's new mascot; the UNBC Fencing Club; and the completion of the UNBC Conference Centre construction. Includes interviews with Lyle Watkins (BC Tel Advanced Communications); Tim Beekman (Dynacom Communications, President); Alex Hawley (UNBC Biology); Glenda Prkachin (UNBC Psychology); Dennis Macknak (UNBC Regional Operations); Willard Strachan (Orion); Sheena Trimble (UNBC INTS); Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Doug Nord (Dean, Faculty of Management and Administration); Stephen Owen (CORE Commissioner); Keith Blatner (Washington State University); Joy Kogawa (Author); Mary-Ellen Kelm (UNBC History); Joe deLaronde (UNBC 'Free Blades'); Jerry Scape (Rymar Services); Dave Smith (Canem Systems); Denise Doherty (Foundation Building West); Joe Klaus (Kerschbaumer Coatings); Diane Smith (UNBC Quesnel); and Dawn Roger (UNBC Quesnel).

Spotlight on UNBC - February 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from February 1995. Features include a Technology Management degree developed at the Kitimat and Prince Rupert regional campuses; a Maritime Research Institute in development in Prince Rupert; the completion of the UNBC Conference Centre; an interview with Jim O'Meara regarding a fitness centre; the construction of a new residence building announced; Mary-Ellen Kelm granted $70,000 from the National Health Research program to research aboriginal health policies; the Faculty of Natural Resources given $100,000 grant to study social values for forests using the Macgregor Model Forest; nominations for UNBC Chancellor; the UNBC Student Association election; sports at UNBC and a partnership between Otway and UNBC for cross-country skiing; and a review of some of Spotlight on UNBC's top stories. Includes interviews with Bob Vanstone (UNBC Kitimat Liaison Committee); Fred Gilbert (Dean, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies); Doug Baker (UNBC Environmental Studies); Bill Morrison (Dean, Research and Graduate Studies); Jim O'Meara (UNBC Fitness Centre); Jacquie Sobchishim (UNBC Conference Centre); Randall Brazzoni (UNBC Housing Manager); H.E. Ramon Hnatyshyn (Governor General); Dennis Macknak (Director, UNBC Regional Operations); Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Mary-Ellen Kelm (UNBC History); Alex Hawley (Natural Resources and Environmental Management Studies); David Robinson (NREM); Chris Lear (School District 57); George Harris (Prince George Art Gallery); Erin Kinghorn (UNBC Student Association); Dave Wood (Cross-country Ski Coach); and UNBC students Jenny Biem, Eric Wikjord, Niki Manhard, and Eric de Nys.

Spotlight on UNBC - March 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from March 1995. Features include using the BC Archives photograph collections online using the internet for research projects; a survey of UNBC students; a contest for the UNBC mascot; the construction of the second UNBC residence building; the naming of the UNBC Conference Centre as the Canfor Theatre; UNBC hosting the Women's Forum; high school students and UNBC; visits from UNBC Liaison Officers to high schools and colleges; and a UNBC promotional video. Includes interviews with Robin Blencoe (Government Services Minister); Robin Fisher (Dean, Arts and Sciences); Peter Bentley (Canfor Chairman and CEO); Vasso Vahlas (Women's Activist); Tom Steadman (UNBC Founder); Mike Willms (High School Counsellor); Pat Sarsfield (Awards and Financial Aid Coordinator); Martin Cocking (UNBC Associate Registrar); Ken Coates (VP Academic); Jon Swainger (UNBC History); Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Judy Wahn (UNBC Commerce); Todd Whitcombe (UNBC Chemistry); Joanne Matthews (UNBC Librarian); and UNBC students Tony Lort, Fay Niemi, Sean Maurice, Brad Courtoureille, Ray Reilly, Marcy Anderson, Joe de la Ronde, Kirsten Hartley, Kierin Mackenzie, and Jackie Watson.

Spotlight on UNBC - April 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from April 1995. Features consists of international students at UNBC; a grant of $20,000 for a Social Work program to study Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders; public information sessions hosted by UNBC for student recruitment; and a mid-semester festival at UNBC for school spirit. Announcements in the show were made about UNBC hosting the Circumpolar University Co-op Conference; the 1995 Honourary Degree recipients; the reinstallment of Iona Campagnolo as UNBC Chancellor; and that UNBC received a gold medal in media relations from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. Includes interviews with John Glarner (Vaxjo University); Glen Schmidt (UNBC Social Work); Kjell Lundmark (University of Umea); Bridget Moran; Margaret Ormsby; Bertram McKay; Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Robin Fisher (Dean of Arts and Science); Troy Hanschen (UNBC Liaison Officer); Nicole Lyotier (UNBC Liaison Officer); and UNBC students Robert Karanja, Petri Kangaskokko, Kiwako Okuma, Jeanette Turpin, and Ray Zukanovic.

Spotlight on UNBC - May 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from May 1995. Features consist of a research exchange in Siberia for Political Science students; the UNBC Education program adding a curriculum and instruction major; the launch of the UNBC Safer Campus Initiative; the French-Canadian Club, which was the first campus for UNBC in Prince George; the Transforming Bear art piece installation; UNBC's 3rd convocation in May 1995, with 10 students graduating; and interviews with some of the 1995 graduates. Includes interviews with Greg Poelzer (UNBC Political Science); Pat Sarsfield (UNBC Awards and Financial Aid); Bryan Hartman (UNBC Chair of Education); Tracey Thompson (UNBC Security); Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Lois Boone (NDP); Margaret Gagnon; Martin Cocking (UNBC Associate Registrar); and UNBC students Chris Ghazouly, Shauna McLarnon, Joel Palmer, Mitch Verde, Meredith Bogle, Mike Readman, Kelly Breen, and Claudette Boger.

Spotlight on UNBC - June 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from June 1995. The main highlight of the episode was UNBC's 3rd convocation in May 1995 with speeches from Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor), Lesley McVey (graduating student), and Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), as well as the presentation of honorary degrees to Bertram McKay, Bridget Moran, and Margaret Ormsby. Features also consisted of the announcement that Charles Jago will be the new president of UNBC; UNBC received 4000 registration applications for the 1995/1996 school year; construction of the new student residence; planned construction of a daycare centre; funding for financial aid, scholarships, and bursaries; UNBC Media Relations wins several awards; and "the top 5 reasons people watch Spotlight on UNBC". Includes interviews with Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); David Dowling (UNBC English Chair); Stan Beller (UNBC English); Charles Jago (UNBC President); John Young (UNBC Political Science); Ivan Duke (North to the Future Campaign); Trudy Bryant (UNBC Development); and Russell Bock (Prince George high school student).

Spotlight on UNBC - September 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from September 1995. Features segments on the UNBC Fitness Centre; the opening of the new residence building at UNBC; the groundbreaking of the new UNBC daycare centre; research into communication between teenagers and their parents; a collaboration between UNBC and colleges for credit transfer; a new collective agreement for UNBC faculty; Jesus Christ Superstar performance; celebration for North to the Future campaign donors; Iona Campagnolo received an Honourary Degree from Simon Fraser University; an honourary retirement lunch for president Geoffrey Weller; and an interview with Charles Jago regarding his tour of the regions and UNBC's regional mandate. Includes interviews with Jim Bell (UNBC Student Services); Jim O'Meara (UNBC Fitness Centre); Randall Brazzoni (UNBC Housing Manager); Sherry Beaumont (UNBC Psychology); Dennis Olson (UNBC Business); Lee Keener (UNBC Faculty Association); Tom Steadman (UNBC Foundation); Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Murray Sadler (UNBC Founder); Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Charles Jago (UNBC President); Alan Campbell (Northwest College Board); and UNBC students Ray Zukanovic and Margaret Dediluke.

Spotlight on UNBC - October 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from October 1995. Features segments on research into the fish kill at Tabor Lake; a Siberian First Nations visited the region to meet our First Nations; the transition to UNBC's new president Charles Jago and the interim president George Pedersen); a PowerSmart donation from BC Hydro to UNBC; UNBC recruitment in local high schools; UNBC library journal subscriptions and access to eResources; the "North to the Future" campaign"; and footage from the "North to the Future" promotional video. Includes interviews with Ellen Petticrew (UNBC Geography); Sean Simmons (UNBC student); Gail Fondahl (UNBC Geography); Nikolai Arvneev (Evenki); Chief Joseph Gosnell (Nisga'a Nation); Galina Abramova (Evenk Cultural Centre); George Pedersen (UNBC Interim President); Iona Campagnolo (UNBC Chancellor); Peter Bentley (Canadian Forest Products); Ken Coates (Founding VP Academic); Pat Appavoo (UNBC Librarian); Godfrey Medhurst (UNBC Facilities); Jennifer Hollands (UNBC Liaison Officer); Claudette Gouger (UNBC Liaison Officer); Mari-Etha Pienaar (Prince Rupert); Mayor John Kuz (Prince Rupert); Brent Campbell (Deloitte and Touche, Prince George); Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President); Tom Steadman (UNBC Founder); Paul Shelley (Royal Bank); Winnifred Kessler (UNBC Forestry); Tom Boughner (Skeena Cellulose); and C.T. Hazelwood (Northwood Pulp and Timber).

Spotlight on UNBC - November 1995

Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from November 1995. Features segments on the installation of Charles Jago; UNBC women's conference; UNBC student awarded national Scotia Bank Excellence award; research grant for studying Moose River; research on friction at the atomic level; construction of the UNBC daycare; a UNBC tulip garden in commemoration of World War II; the Nisga'a cultural program; and a debate between faculty and administration on whether UNBC needs a president. Includes interviews with Charles Jago (UNBC President); Grace Sanchez (UNBC); Jo-Anne Fiske (UNBC Women's Studies); Mark Shegelski (UNBC Physics); Marlene Thio-Watts ("Healthiest Babies Possible"); Annette Browne (UNBC Nursing); Peter McDougall (UNBC Human Resources); Alex Michalos, Dennis Macknak, Tracey Thompson, Deanna Nyce (Wilp Wilxo-oskuhl Nisga'a); Harry Nyce (Nisga'a Tribal Council); and UNBC students Ed Stafford, Cheryl Stevens, Bert Azak, and Jennifer Azak.

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