UBC Reports | Vol. 47 | No. 08 | April
Staff recognized for 25-year service
UBC president Martha Piper will welcome 35 new members to UBC's
25 Year Club on May 9 at a dinner to be held in their honour.
The club recognizes staff members who have served a quarter-century
at the university.
The year was 1976 when they first picked up a UBC pay stub.
It was the same year Apple Computer was incorporated -- its home
office the garage of one of its founders.
Howard Hughes died and Patty Hearst was on trial.
Rene Lévésque and the Parti Québecois came to power in
Students wore plaid pants.
UBC's rowing team came a close second to the British team in the famous
Henley Royal Regatta.
The landmark Museum of Anthropology officially opened along with
the Curtis Building, home to the Faculty of Law.
Members of UBC's 25 Year Club for 2001 include: Agricultural Sciences,
Ronald W. Shann; Arts: Elizabeth L. Howarth; Athletics and Recreation: Joseph
Puthen; Biochemistry: Laureen L. Molday; Bookstore: I. Richard Baker, Jennifer
Pike; Chemistry: Angelo R. Ariganello; Dentistry: Kung Shun (Andre) Wong;
Financial Services: Charles W. Erickson; Food Services: David Lau; Housing and
Conferences: Linda Cheng, Jack A. Kwantes; Human Kinetics: Rochelle de la
Giroday; Human Resources: Christina Duke; Land and Building Services: Mary
Blair, Harry R. Easton, Norman J. Gautschi, Edwin H. L. Haworth, Michael Khan,
Matilda Lotscher, Scott L. Pickett, Alma Poropat, Raminderjit S. Sandhu;
Library: Leeta R. Sokalski, Regina Tsanas; Metals and Materials Engineering:
Carole Duerden; Museum of Anthropology: William B. McLennan; Nursing: Elizabeth
Bragg; Obstetrics and Gynecology: Lydia Ng Sy; Office of the
Vice-President, Academic: Elmer Morishita; Pharmaceutical Sciences: Daniel Y.L.
Chan; Physics and Astronomy: Stan Knotek, Ivan Tomecek; Student Health
Services: Kathy Brand; Student Services: Angela Runnals.