Item 1994. - Spotlight on UNBC - April 2000

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Spotlight on UNBC - April 2000

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1 video recording : digital (avi)

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Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from April 2000. Features segments on the newly opened Irving K Barber Enhanced Forestry Lab and its high-tech greenhouse control system; research at the Irving K Barber Enhanced Forestry Lab on the spruce leader weevil and use of paper birch trees as slope stabilizers; research on the economic impact in Prince George of the Scott Tournament of Hearts national women's curling championship; the Jean Clark history award winner Ernie Kaesmodel and his research into gold panning on the Willow River; the UNBC annual career fair; the new UNBC chapter of the Golden Key National Honour Society; rural and remote health research; a public debate about the existence of god between UNBC professor Alex Michalos and Trinity Western professor Michael Horner; environmental tax shifting; UNBC Library hosting an art display on children who settled in Canada after being orphaned by the Holocaust; a PG Youth Detox Centre set up by UNBC alumni; the donation of a web development lab from BC Gas; and the first cross-country ski race between Cranbrook Hill and Otway. Includes interview with Irving K Barber (Slocan); Max Blouw (UNBC Assoc. VP Research); John Orlowsky (UNBC Greenhouse); Anne Marie Sam (UNBC First Nations Centre); Amy Taylor (SFU Research Associate); Graham Henderson (BC Gas); Andrew Snih (Educational Media Services); Kathryn Denning (Anthropology); and UNBC students and alumni Susan Nykoluk (Forestry), Kirstin Campbell, Amanda Cole, Anna Velasco, Jana Patenaude, Jenn Stirling, Dave Steindl (Nursing), Desne Hall, Sean Rowell (UNBC Nordic Ski Team), and Ben Wilson (UNBC Nordic Ski Team).

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Video has been digitized and is available digitally in MP4 and uncompressed AVI format.

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Personal or academic use of materials is welcomed under the standard fair use and educational use clauses of Canadian Copyright Law. Commercial use is, however, forbidden without the express permission of the copyright holder. For information on obtaining written permission from the copyright holder, please contact the Northern B.C. Archives and Special Collections.

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Part of the UNBC Office of Communications subfonds

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