Robert N. Thompson Building
The Robert N. Thompson Building was completed in the summer of 1980. This facility provided space for classrooms and administrative offices, and initially housed the Aviation and Business divisions.
The RNT Building, as it would come to be called, was named for Bob Thompson, who served the school in many capacities - including Board member, administrator, and instructor in political science – over the course of three decades.
For more information about Robert Thompson, visit the TWU Archives
Thompson’s son David turning the first sod during the groundbreaking ceremony, December, 1979.
[TWU Archives: 1998-01-4759]
President Snider leading the dedication ceremony for the newly completed building, September 14, 1980.
[TWU Archives: 1998-01-3504]
A telegram from the office of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, on the occasion of the dedication of the RNT Building, September 11, 1980.
[TWU Archives: F 3 B 9 File 34]
Bob Thompson standing in front of “his” building, ca 1993. Photographer: Judith (Johnston) Vankevich.
[TWU Archives: 2001-01-0195]
A Christian in the Marketplace
Robert Norman Thompson: A Christian in the Marketplace… Educator, Aviator, Public Servant, Missionary, undated.
[TWU Archives: RNT Collection - a section of a limited edition print created to commemorate Thompson’s life of service]