Donald Ivey

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Donald Ivey
Born (1922-02-06) February 6, 1922 (age 95)
Clanwilliam, Manitoba, Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Fields Canadian Television Host, Vice-President of the University of Toronto, Principal of New College (U of T), Physics Professor (U of T), Carpenter, Physics Textbook Writer, Assisting-Chemist at The Coca-Cola Company
Institutions University of Toronto, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, The Coca-Cola Company
Known for First Host of "The Nature of Things", Canadian National Tennis Player
Notable awards Edison Award for Educational Video Series, University of Toronto's New College Library named "Donald G. Ivey Library"

Donald G. Ivey (born 6 February 1922) was the principal of the University of Toronto's New College from 1963 to 1974.

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"In collaboration with his colleague Patterson Hume, Ivey helped to steer the direction of physics teaching in a new direction through the use of educational television programs and movies. Their movie Frames of Reference and the tv show The Nature of Things made physics accessible to a wider range of students". Ivey was Principal of New College and Vice-President of the University of Toronto.[1] Ivey remains an important part of his family and is especially revered by his grand daughter.

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  1. ^ "Great Teachers from our Past". University of Toronto. Archived from the original on 2009-06-04. Retrieved 2009-12-01. 

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