Fonds 1997.1 - Interior University Society fonds (Tom Steadman)

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Interior University Society fonds (Tom Steadman)

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1997.1

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  • [ca. 1990] (Creation)
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    Steadman, Tom

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5 videocassettes

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([19-?]-)

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Thomas A. (Tom) Steadman, franchise owner of the Canadian Tire store in Prince George, BC, spearheaded the campaign to raise awareness about a University of the North and for the North, speaking at many community gatherings during the early years of concept development for what would become the University of Northern British Columbia. He was one of founding members of the Interior University Society (IUS) and was founder and chairperson of the IUS membership committee. Mr. Steadman was appointed to the Implementation Planning Group in 1989 and later became a member of the Interim Governing Council of the University of Northern British Columbia. More recently, he helped establish the Northern Medical Programs Trust and Chaired the UNBC Foundation.

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Fonds consists of 5 video recordings of relevance to the Interior University Society and the history of UNBC.

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Accession # 1997.1

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1997.1

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