Videotape contains footage of: 20-Aug-07 - Yukon College with Terry Weninger - 4-Sep-07 - Tree planting - 5-Sep-07 - Rally - 10-Sep-07 - Timberwolves unveiling
Videotape contains footage of: 4-Jan-05 - UNBC Physics professor on CBC Winnipeg about why curling rocks curl - Jensen, Eric / 5-Jan-05 - Wine and cheese reception for first Northern Medical Program students - Smith, Heather / 5-Jan-05 - MTS announces donation to medical program -
Fonds consists of textual records, 24 photographs, 6 video recordings, 4 microcassettes, and 1 floppy disc from the 27-28 March 1998 We're All Here to Stay Delgamuukw forum.
Photograph is a copy print of artwork entitled "View of City from UNBC Prince George Campus Site" by June Swanky Parker.
File consists of photographs of the Unveiling of the UNBC Entrance sign at donor recognition event .
File consists of photographs of the Unveiling of the UNBC Entrance sign dedication event.
Videotape contains footage of: 10-Feb-06 - Unveiling of Northern Sport Centre designs at Winter Opportunities Summit - Dezell, Cliff / 14-Feb-06 - UNBC signs agreement with Emily Carr Institute to develop Bachelor of Fine Arts - Burnett, Ron; Horne, Dee / 14-Feb-06 - Student society to get current fitness centre for Northern University Student Centre - Kelly, Aidan
Videotape contains footage of: 21-Nov-02 - Unveiling of architectural designs for Northern Health Sciences Centre with Premier Campbell
Videotape contains footage of: 8-Feb-05 - university of the Arctic presentation - Snellman, Outi / 11-Feb-05 - Interview on Winter Opportunities Summit for CBC Toronto - Hicks, Graeme / 21-Feb-05 - Log truckers strike for Global - Everett, Frank
Consists of 1 spiral-bound book entitled "University of Northern British Columbia : Schematic Design Proposal"
Consists of 1 spiral-bound book entitled "University of Northern British Columbia : Prince George Campus Masterplan" created by Cornerstone/Hotson Bakker Architects
Videotape contains footage of: 8-Dec-02 - Zachary Swanson for BCTV/Global - Swanson, Lori / 8-Dec-02 - UNBC's First Nations basketball players - Robison, Zane / 8-Dec-02 - Shots of First Nations Centre
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).
Videotape contains footage of: 10-Aug-03 - UNBC-led group travels to Inuvik to study boom and bust economies in the North - Myers, Heather / 2-Oct-03 - Tracy Summerville on role of northern universities in community capacity-building - Summerville, Tracy
Videotape contains footage of: 16-Nov-02 - continuation of game vs University-College of the Fraser Valley / 20-Nov-02 - Outreach basketball camp at Ron Brent elementary school - kids / 22-Nov-02 - Northern Timberwolves basketball vs Langara University College
Videotape contains footage contains stories created by UNBC Communications for ShawTV's "The Daily" as a weekly update. Features consists of a new degree program in biochemistry and molecular biology, rural issues, Forest Expo, Bioenergy Conference, Convocation 2004, Enhanced Forestry Lab research, summer courses in 2004, construction of the extension to the Teaching and Learning building, air quality in Prince George, 10 year anniversary of the opening of the Prince George campus, construction of Quesnel and Prince Rupert campuses, work experience and field placements for UNBC programs, and an Econveyance computer program. Includes interviews with Chow Lee (UNBC Biochemistry), Paul Madak (UNBC Education), Martin Goebel (Pres. Sustainable Northwest), Dennis Procter (UNBC Education), Ian Hartley (UNBC Forestry), Scott Green (UNBC Forestry), Rob Budde (UNBC English), Melanie Noullett (UNBC researcher), Jacqueline Eaton (UNBC Alumni President), Shirley Bond, Glen Schmidt (UNBC Social Work), Hugues Massicotte (UNBC Forestry), Rob Lucus (UNBC Computer Science Graduate), and Gary Wilson (UNBC Political Science).
Videocassette contains raw footage of UNBC students in residence, an interview with Jon Swainger (UNBC History) and a class taught by him, a laboratory demonstration and interview with Todd Whitcombe (UNBC Chemistry).
Videotape contains footage of: 17-Sep-03 - UNBC student on the UNBC experience - for viewbook video (I have a name) - Pearce, Tristan / 24-Sep-03 - UNBC professor on the classroom/teaching experience - for I have a name video - Fredeen, Art / 27-Sep-03 - current state of the northern BC economy and what communities need from UNBC - Halseth, Greg
Recording includes short clips for airing on the Dynacom television announcement system at UNBC. Subjects include freedom of speech, suicide, sexual harassment, racial tolerance, First Nations, and date rape.
File consists of a UNBC publication entitled "Computing and Telecommunications CTS Autobahn".
Videotape contains footage of: 27-Sep-03 - autumn leaves on campus / 1-Oct-03 - UNBC professors on role of universities in capacity-building in the North - Summerville, Tracy; Wilson, Gary