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Building Name: Wu Conference Centre/College of Extended Learning
Other Names: Wu Centre, New Brunswick Teachers' Association
Civic Address: 6 Duffie Dr.
Sod Turning: May 1991
Cornerstone Laying: [ca. 1991]
Opened for Use: 1992
Official Opening: 9 October 1968 by Lady Violet Aitken (as the NBTA); 5 October 1992 (as the Wu Conference Centre)
Architect: James Collier (original building); Carl R. Smyth (Wu Centre addition)
Named for: Dr. Yee-Sun Wu (DLitt '87) and his son, Michael Wu (BScMe '64 LLD '89), who, through the Wu Foundation, donated $1 million to the construction of the Wu Conference and Continuing Education Centre.
Renovations/changes/additions: Originally the New Brunswick Teacher's Federation Building, the building was enlarged and renovated to provide space for a meeting and training space, becoming the Wu Conference Centre.
Notes: The J. Harper Kent Auditorium was dedicated 5 October 1992. Home of the College of Extended Learning, English Language Programmes, Centre for e-Learning Development, and Security and Traffic (which was previously housed in Annex B).
- UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 2; Wu Centre.
- UA Case 123; Section 1, Box 1.
- Leroux, John. Building A University: The Architecture of UNB. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2010, p. 119-120.
- UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100); October - December 1968.
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