Volume 46 | Number 4 | Feb. 24, 2000
Forum . Digest . Trek 2000 . Honour Roll . Calendar
Approximately 90 UBC students decided to do something completely different during
spring reading break. Rather than hit the books or the beaches, they went back
to their hometown high schools to talk with students.
Why does one blood cell spend its lifetime fighting infection while another concentrates
Kelly McNagny and Sarah Townsend, two researchers at UBC's Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) are working together to find out.
A leader in the Canadian banking industry is among four new members joining UBC's
15-member Board of Governors.
Improving and expanding student services is one of Maryann Adamec's top goals
for the coming year along with lobbying to restore federal funding to post-secondary
institutions and lower student loan interest rates for students in public institutions.
A new 16-month program that prepares science and engineering graduates for careers
in the burgeoning field of computer software systems is off to a flying start.
Smart planners know UBC's Conference Centre consistently earns top marks. The
office majors in meetings and conferences and takes events to the top of the class.
One of the world's greatest concert halls has exciting news for Vancouver audiences.
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