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Vice President - Saint John
UNB Saint John campus history
- Construction of new academic building begins.
- Co-op Bachelor of Business Administration Program begins.
- $2 million fundraising campaign for first on-campus residence launched.
- Residence fundraising campaign reaches goal. Sod turned at 18th Spring Convocation in May.
- Academic reorganization sees creation of three faculties – Arts, Business and Science, Applied Science and Engineering.
- First full-fledged Masters program, in psychology, is announced.
- New academic building, Philip W. Oland Hall, is opened.
- Dr. Rick Miner named fourth Vice-President.
- Alumni organize first all-alumni reunion
- Faculty of Business awarded UNB Saint John’s first major CIDA grant for $1.2 million project in Vietnam.
- First Research Chair, in Management of Technological Change, established through university’s major fundraiser, the Venture Campaign.
- Electronic Commerce Centre opens.
- First business Electronic Commerce program in Canada established.
- Cost-recovery MBA enrols first class of 20 students.
- International student enrolment reaches 100.
- Full-time enrolment reaches 2,000.
- Ground broken for new biology, engineering and nursing building, K.C. Irving Hall.
- Total value of UNB Saint John CIDA projects reaches $10.3 million.
- The Quiet Campus, a history of the early years of UNB Saint John (1959-1969) is published.
- President of the Republic of Ireland, Mary McAleese, visits the campus.
- K.C. Irving Hall opens for classes at beginning of winter term.
- UNB Saint John hosts world’s first Electronic Commerce International Case Competition for graduate students. Host team takes third place.
- UNB Saint John’s 4,000th alumnus receives a degree;
- UNB Saint John begins to offer its BBA program full-time in China, at Beijing Concord College of Sino-Canada.