Stuk 1994.1.1.5.1.30 - Spotlight on UNBC - November 1995

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Spotlight on UNBC - November 1995

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1994.1.1.5.1.30

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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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