UBC Reports | Vol. 47 | No. 05 | Mar.
A listing of UBC-related or UBC-sponsored events occurring on campus and off
campus within the Lower Mainland from March 11 through 24, 2001.
The previous calendar
is also available.
For events further in the future, see Live@UBC.
UBC Reports welcomes calendar
submissions from members of the UBC community.
- March 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
sunday, march 11
Ecozoic Art Prize. Barbara Zeiler. SUB Art Gallery from 10am-4pm. Call
Music At The Chan
International Sejong Soloists. Leon Fleisher, piano. Chan Centre at 3pm. Call
Ticketmaster 280-3311 or for more information 822-2697.
Leon Fleisher, piano. Music Recital Hall at 7:30pm. $3- $5. Call 822-5574.
Spirit Of Women 2000
University Hill Congregation Epiphany Chapel at 7:30pm. $20.
artists. Call 224-3384.
monday, march 12
Human Rights In West Papua (Irian Jaya, Indonesia). John Rumbiak, Institute for
Human Rights Study and Advocacy. CK Choi 120 from 12:30-3:30pm. Call
Siegfried Jerusalem, tenor. Old Aud. at 3:30pm. $5. Call 822-5574.
TBA. Rosie Wyse. Hennings 318 at 4pm. Refreshments at 3:45pm. Call
Green College Special Lecture
Intimacy And Embodiment At The Interface. Sidney Fels, Electrical and Computer
Engineering. Green College at 5pm. Call 822-1878.
Daring To Dream: How A UBC Grad Built A World-Class Winery Turning
Adversity Into Opportunity. Anthony von Mandl, proprietor, Mission Hill Family
Estate Winery. David Lam Centre from 5:30-7pm. Call 822-1219.
tuesday, march 13
Health Services And
Policy Research Seminar
Finding Avenues For Evidence-Based Policy. Asst. Prof. Rebecca Warburton,
School of Public Administration, UVic. IRC #414 from 12noon-1pm.
The Structure Of Annual Plant Community In The Negev Desert. Chris Lortie.
BioSciences 2000 at 12:30pm. Call 822-2133.
Consciousness: What Psychologists Can Learn From Philosophies. Prof. Fred
Dretske, Duke U. Buchanan B Penthouse at 4pm. Call 822-5675.
Nonparametric Testing For A Monotone Hazard Function: Making A Global Test
Local. Klinck 301 from 4-5:30pm. Refreshments (bring your own mug). Call
Museum Of Anthropology
Spring ID Clinic. MOA Archeology Lab from 7:30-9pm.
Siegfried Jerusalem, tenor. Old Aud. at 7pm. $5. Call 822-5574.
wednesday, march 14
Essay Writing Information Session
MLA Documentation And The Research Essay. Buchanan A-102 from
12:30-1:30pm. Call 822-1986.
Wednesday Noon Hours
Beethoven: Septet, Opus 20. Chan Centre Chamber Players. Music Recital Hall at
12:30pm. $4. Call 822-5574.
Wagner's "Flying Dutchman" In Context. Floyd St.Clair, French; Karl Zaenker,
German; Doug Tuck, Vancouver Opera; Andrew Busza, English, moderator. BuTo 218
from 12:30-1:20pm. Call 822-4060.
Green Lecture In Philosophy
Why Are We Conscious? Prof. Fred Dretske, Duke U. Buchanan D-239 at
12:30pm. Call 822-5675.
Another Look At Human Development Colloquium
The State Of Health Of The World's Children. Prof. Michael Sear. Pediatrics.
IRC #414 from 12:30-1:20pm. Call 822-6593.
Obstetrics And Gynecology Seminar
Regulation Of Morphogenesis In Ovarian Surface Epithelium And Its Derivatives.
Michelle Woo. B.C.'s Women's Hosp. 2N35 at 2pm. Call
Siegfried Jerusalem, tenor. Old Aud. At 3:30pm. $5. Call 822-5574.
Parks Canada And The International Donation Of Wildlife, 1915-70. Alan
MacEarchern, Okanagan U College. Geography 201 at 3:30pm. Call
Asian Research Seminar
Frustrated Transnationalism? The Case Of The Chinese In The Philippines,
1949-75. Edgar Wickberg. CK Choi 120 from 4:30-6pm. Call
Elements Of Precaution: The Future Of GM Foods. Prof. Brian Ellis,
Agricultural Sciences. Scarfe 100 from
7-9pm. Call 822-1219.
Chalmers Institute Seminar
Creating Community In A Divided World. Jean Vanier. St. Andrew's-Wesley United
Church, 1012 Nelson St. VST. To register e-mail email@example.com. Call
822-9815 or 434-1933 (ext. 44).
thursday, march 15
A Special Graduate Conference On South Asia. CK Choi 120 from
9am-4:30pm. Call 221-6186.
Board Of Governors Meeting
Open Session begins at 8am. OAB Board and Senate room. Fifteen tickets
are available on a first-come, first-served basis on application to the Board
Secretary at least 24 hours before each meeting. To confirm date and time,
check under Board Announcements at www.bog.ubc.ca prior to the meeting. Call
Distinguished Lecture Series
Immunophenotyping In Acute Leukemia: Beyond Lineage Assignment. Prof. Michael
J. Borowitz, Pathology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. VGH/Eye Care
Centre Aud. from 8-9am. Call 875-2490.
Europe/Canadian Studies Lecture
Recasting European And Canadian History: Transcultural States, Nations And
People. Dirk Hoerder, U of Bremen. Buchanan B Penthouse from 12noon-2pm.
Light lunch. Call
UBC Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Devon Fornelli, percussion. Chan Centre at
12:30pm. Call 822-5574.
Feminist Legal Studies Lecture Series
Equality Jurisprudence Under Section 15 Of The Charter, And Its Impact On
Women's Equality. Lynn Smith, B.C. Supreme Court. Curtis 157 from
Molecular Analysis Of Two Nitrate Transporter Gene Families (AtNRT1 and
AtNRT2) Of Arabidopsis Thaliana. Mamoru Okamoto. BioSciences 2000 at
12:30pm. Call 822-2133.
Earth And Ocean
Representing Clouds In Global Climate Models. Philip Austin. GeoSciences 330-A
at 12:30pm. Call 822-3278.
How Do You Know You Are Not A Zombie? Prof. Fred Dretske, Duke U.
Buchanan B-216 at 1pm. Call 822-5675.
Siegfried Jerusalem, tenor. Music Recital Hall at 3:30pm. $5. Call 822-5574.
Siegfried Jerusalem, tenor; Masterclass students. Old Aud. at 7pm. $5. Call
Continuing Studies Public Lecture
The Avant-Garde: Still Shocking After All These Years. Laura Lamb, artist.
University Women's Club, 1489 McRae Ave. from 7:30-9pm. $64.20 (adults); $58.85
(seniors); $32.10 (students). Call 822-1444.
Fireside Chat At Green College
Is Seeing Believing? Prof. Fred Dretske, Duke U. Green College Graham
House at 7:30pm. Call 822-5675.
friday, march 16
Health Care And
Mental Health Reforms - An Update. Mather 253 from 9-10am. Paid parking
available in B Lot. Call
Fisheries Centre Seminar
Using Ecopath To Model The English Channel/La Manche. Richard Stanford; Bycatch
Of Sharks In Pelagic Longline Fisheries. Julia Baum; Seminar Evaluation Of
Harbour Porpoise Population Status Off Southern Vancouver Island.
Anna Hall, Marine Mammal Research Unit. Hut B-8, Ralf Yorque room from
11:30am-1pm. Call 822-2731.
Friday Noon Hours @ Main
Irish Music. Main Library Dobson Room at 12:30pm. Call 822-5574.
Environmental Hygiene Seminar
Occupational Hygiene In Costa Rica: The New Challenges. Carlos Mata. Costa
Rican Institute of Technology. UBC Hosp., Koerner Theatre G-279 from
12:30-1:30pm. Call 822-9861 or 822-0585.
Earth & Ocean Sciences Seminar
Tertiary Magmatism In Central B.C. (Nechako River Area): Progress And Problems.
Bob Anderson, Geological Survey of Canada. GeoSciences 330-A from 3:30-4.30pm.
Chemical And Biological
Kinetic Studies On Methane And Carbon Dioxide Hydrate Forming Systems. Phillip
Servio. ChemEng 206 at 3:30pm. Call 822-3238.
Annual General Meeting
Graduate Student Society AGM 2001. Thea Koerner House Ballroom at
5:30pm. Doors open at 5:15pm. Dinner and meeting at 5:30pm. Student ID
required. Call 822-6850.
UBC Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Chan Centre at 8pm. Call 822-5574.
saturday, march 17
Siegfried Jerusalem, tenor. Chan Centre at 8pm. Tickets available through
Ticketmaster or at the Chan Centre Box Office. Call 822-5574.
Vancouver Institute Lecture
Animal Minds. Prof. Fred Dretske, Philosophy, Duke U. IRC #2 at
8:15pm. Call 822-4636.
sunday, march 18
Pacific Spirit Concert
Song Circle. Various artists. Music Recital Hall from 2pm. $10-$20. Call
monday, march 19
Ericka Chemko. SUB Art Gallery from 10am-4pm. Call 822-2901.
India And South Asia
Gandhi And Tagore. Prof. Trichar Rukmani, Hindu Studies, Concordia U.
CK Choi 120 from 12noon-1:30pm. Call 822-4688.
UBC Student Composers. Music Recital Hall at 12:30pm. Call 822-5574.
Starbursts: A Cosmological Perspective. Tim Heckman. Hennings 318 at 4pm.
Refreshments at 3:45pm. Call 822-2267.
tuesday, march 20
Evolutionary Radiations Of Tarweeds And Silverswords: Clausen, Keck And Hiesey
Revisited. Bruce Baldwin, U of California. BioSciences 2000 at 12:30pm.
The Generation Of Caliban. Jonathan Goldberg, Johns Hopkins U. St.
John's College lounge from 3:30-4:30pm. Call 822-9824.
Psychometric Theory: Statistical Methodology For The Analysis Of Measurement
Data. B. Zumbo, Measurement, Evaluation and Research Methodology Program.
Klinck 301 from 4-5:30pm. Refreshments (bring your own mug). Call 822-0570.
Museum Of Anthropology
Haida Research Report. Irene Mills, Trisha Collison. MOA Theatre Gallery
from 7-8:30pm. Call 822-5087.
wednesday, march 21
Wednesday Noon Hours
A Children's Choir From The World Of Children's Festival. Music Recital Hall at
12:30pm. $4. Call 822-5574.
Another Look At Human Development Colloquium
B-Vitamins And The Health Of BC Women: How Do We Measure Up? Asst. Prof.
Ryna Levy Milne, Family Studies. IRC #414 from 12:30-1:20pm. Call
Obstetrics And Gynecology Seminar
OGnRHII-Induced MAPK Activation And Characteristics In HGLCs.
Xiaoming Zhu. B.C.'s Women's Hosp. 2N35 at 2pm. Call 875-3108.
School Of Nursing Rounds
Nursing Leadership And Oncology Nursing Practice. Lynn Stevenson, BC
Cancer Agency. UBC Hosp., Koerner Pavilion T-182 from 3-4pm. Call
Reflections On The NDP's Forest Policy, 1991-2000. Who Is To Blame? The
Local Or The Global? Roger Hayter, SFU. Geography 201 at 3:30pm. Call
Regular Meeting Of The Senate. UBC's Academic Parliament. Curtis 102 at
8pm. Call 822-2951.
thursday, march 22
Europe Studies Lecture
Politics, Identity, And Football In Stalin's Gotham: Spartak, The Party And
Moscow Working Men. Prof. Bob Edelman, History, U of California.
Buchanan B-216 from 12noon-2pm. Light lunch. Call 822-1452.
UBC Jazz Ensemble. Music Recital Hall at 12:30pm. Call 822-5574.
Unity 1918. Kevin Kerr, Playwright. Buchanan B-226 from 12:30-1pm. Call
UBC Chamber Strings. Chan Centre at 12:30pm. Call 822-5574.
Ocean Sciences Colloquium
Combining And Calibrating The Geophysical And Geochemical Inversion Problem In
Dynamic Continental Crust, A Processes-Oriented Investigation Of The Ivrea Zone
Crustal Section, Northern Italy. Geroge Bergantz, U of Washington.
GeoSciences 330-A at 12:30pm. Call 822-3278.
Integrated Medical Seminar
Ayurvedic Medicine. Sivakumar Varma, Chopra Centre for Well Being. IRC#5
from 12:30-1:30pm. Call
Forestry Public Lecture
Science In Service In Society: The Role Of Research. Peter Farnham,
vice-president, Forestry and Raw Materials Research, Christine Dean, director,
Western Timberlands Research, Weyerhaeuser. ForSciences 1005 at 12:30pm. Call
Joan Carlisle Irving Lecture
Trauma, Gender And The Politics Of National Filiation: Australia And
Moffatt's Night Cries. E. Ann Kaplan, State U of New York.
Lasserre 102 at 12:30pm. Call 822-2757.
Using Chlorophyll Fluorescence To Investigate Nutrient Stress In Oceanic
Diatoms. Rana El-Sabaawi. BioSciences 2000 at 12:30pm. Call 822-2133.
The Blue Kate (China). CK Choi 120 from 1-3pm. Call 822-4688.
Intercultural Studies In Asia Seminar
Gender And Development: One Man's Cross-Cultural Perspective. Shiraz Ramji,
SFU. CK Choi 129 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm. Call 822-4688.
Walter S. Owen Lecture
Legal Governance And Social Relations: Empowering Agents And The Limits Of Law.
Prof. Alan J. Hunt. Curtis 101/102 from 5:30-7:30 pm. Reception to follow. Call
UBC Young Alumni Event
From Backpacks to Briefcases. Cecil Green Park House from 7- 9pm. $20.
Refreshments. Call 822-3313.
Art Exhibition Opening Reception
Stephen Andrews: Likeness. Belkin Art Gallery from 8-10 PM Call
friday, march 23
Health Care And
Public Health Information System. Layton Engwer, BC Centre for Disease
Control. Mather 253 from 9-10am. Paid parking available in B Lot.
Stephen Andrews: Likeness. Belkin Art Gallery from 10am-5pm. Call
The Role Of National Marine Conservation Areas In Conservation Of Marine
Biodiversity. Tom Tomascik, Parks Canada. Hut B-8, Ralf Yorque room from
UBC Korean Ensemble. Music Recital Hall at 12:30pm. Call 822-5574.
Environmental Hygiene Seminar
Research In Agricultural Health And Safety At The University Of Washington
Pacific Northwest Agricultural And Health Center. Matt Keifer, co-director.
UBC Hosp., Koerner Pavilion G-279 from 12:30-1:30pm. Call 822-9861 or
Phase Transitions In Computer Science. Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft Research.
Mathematics 100 at 3:30pm. Refreshments, Mathematics Annex 1115 at 3:15pm. Call
Biological Engineering Seminar
Overlapping Effects Of Cytokines (IL-3 and GM-CSF) On
The Growth And Proliferation Of Hematopoietic Cells. Muhammad Arshad Chaudry.
ChemEng 206 at 3:30pm. Call
Festiva 2001. International House from 5-10pm. $3-$5. Call 822-1265.
Operatic Excerpts. UBC Opera Ensemble, UBC Choral Union,
UBC Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Chan Centre at 8pm. Continues March 24 at
8pm. Call 822-5574.
saturday, march 24
Vancouver Institute Lecture
Politics And Education: Reflections On Current Dilemmas. Michael Stevenson,
president, SFU. IRC #2 at 8:15pm. Call 822-4636.
Habitat For Humanity UBC
Is looking for volunteers. Come help out on the construction site and build
homes for low-income families - no skills required. For more information and to
register for an orientation, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 681-5618.
Family Career Development Project
Parents and adolescents are invited to participate together in research that
addresses how parents and adolescents talk about the youth's future. If your
family faces challenges such as unemployment or illness, call 822-4919 to
Parents With Toddlers
Did you know your child is a word-learning expert? We are looking for children
(one to five years old) and their parent(s) to participate in language studies
in the Psychology Dept. You and your child and a trained researcher will play a
word game using puppets and toys or pictures. During your visit, you will
remain with your child at all times. If you (or someone you know) might be
interested in bringing your child for a 30-minute visit to our research
playroom, please contact Dr. Hall's Language Development Centre at 822-9294.
Born Between 1930 And 1976?
The Adult Development And Psychometrics Lab at UBC is looking for men
and women born between 1930 and 1976 to participate in a series of focus groups
looking at what it means to be your age today. Call Rick 822-5250.
Are you a postmenopausal woman with Type II diabetes interested in
beginning an exercise program? St. Paul's Hospital Healthy Heart Program and
Diabetes Centre are recruiting participants who do not smoke or use insulin,
for a research project on the effect of exercise on diabetes for
women. Call Darcye Cuff 806-8601.
Morris And Helen Belkin Art Gallery
Landscape paintings by leading British artist, Peter Doig. Continues to March
11. Tuesday to Friday from 10am-5pm, Saturday 12noon-5pm, Sunday 12noon-5pm
(Closed Mondays and statutory holidays). Call
Anyone who is interested can meet at the flagpole above the Rose Garden on
Thursdays at 12:45pm. Look for a small group of people who are carrying
binoculars and bird books, (and bring your own, if you have them). Call
Premenstrual Asthma Study
UBC/St. Paul's Hospital researchers are seeking females with asthma and
regular menstrual cycles for a study of estrogen's effects on asthma
symptoms and lung function. Must be 18-50 years of age and not taking
birth control pills. Honorarium and free peak flow meter provided. If
interested, please call 875-2886.
A research team from UBC is asking for the assistance of people with
Parkinson's to participate in research. This research is aimed at understanding
how Parkinson's may affect complex activities such as managing
multiple tasks. Participation involves performing fairly simple tasks, some of
which involve responding verbally to computer screen displays. If you are a
healthy person of the age 50 years or older, we are also in need of several
people to participate as part of a non-Parkinson's comparison group. Call Todd
Woodward, Psychology Dept. at 822-3227.
Sexual Assault Research
The Anxiety and Fear Laboratory in the Psychology Dept. requires female
volunteers who have experienced unwanted sexual activity to participate in a
research project. If you have ever had sex with someone when you didn't want
to, because the other person continued the event when you said no, forced or
threatened to force you, or because you were given alcohol or drugs, and you
would be interested in helping us with our research, please call 822-9028.
Confidentiality and privacy protected.
Attributed To Edenshaw: Identifying The Hand Of The Artist; Two Case Studies:
Northwest Coast Art. Continues to Aug. 31. Conversations: The Tecson Philippine
Collection. Continues to Sept. 3. Wed.-Sun. 11am-5pm, Tues. to 9pm (5-9pm
free). Call 822-5087.
Traumatic Stress Clinic
Psychologists conducting research at the Traumatic Stress Clinic at UBC
Psychiatry are offering free treatment to people suffering
from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD is caused by
events such as physical or sexual assault, and motor vehicle accidents. Call
the Traumatic Stress Clinic at 822-8040.
Helping students find housing since 1993, the AMS Rentsline is
UBC's off-campus housing registry. This service gives students
access to hundreds of rental listings, and landlords access to thousands of
students looking for housing. You can call the Rentsline from any touchtone
phone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call 714-4848.
Faculty Women's Club
The Faculty Women's Club brings together women connected to the university
either through their work or that of their spouses, for social activities and
lectures. Its main purpose is to raise funds for student scholarships. There
are 19 different interest groups within the club, ranging from art
appreciation and bridge to hiking. To join call Elizabeth Towers, president, at
224-5877 or Gwyneth Westwick, membership at 263-6612.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Infectious Diseases researchers from VGH seek volunteers diagnosed
medically with CFS to participate in a study about managing symptoms.
Call Kenna Sleigh 875-5555 ext. 62366.
UBC Fencing Club
UBC Fencing Club meets every Monday and Thursday from 7-9pm in the
Osborne Gym. Learn decision-making, poise and control. Newcomers welcome.
Drop-in fee. Leave message at 878-7060.
And Research Lab (SCARL)
SCARL offers statistical advice and long or short-term
assistance to researchers. Resources include expertise in many areas of
statistical methodology and a variety of statistical software. Web site
www.stat.ubc.ca/scarl, e-mail email@example.com or call 822-4037.
Chan Centre Tours
Free tours of the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts are held every Thursday.
Participants are asked to meet in the Chan Centre main lobby at 1pm. Special
group tours can be booked through www.chancentre.com or at 822-1815.
Sage Bistro is open Monday through Friday from 11am-2pm. Our luncheon menu
changes weekly and features a wide selection of wines by the glass. For
reservations please call 822-1500.
Are you, or do you know a female adult twin? We are studying the relationship
types of fraternal and identical female twins. If you can help by completing
some questionnaires and being interviewed about relationships, please e-mail:
cortex.psych.ubc.ca or call Tannis MacBeth, Psychology 822-4826.
Parents With Babies
Have you ever wondered how babies learn to talk? Help us find out. We are
looking for parents with babies between four to 21 months of age, including
babies raised in a bilingual home, to participate in language development
studies. If you are interested in bringing your baby for a one-hour visit,
please call Prof. Janet Werker's Infant Studies Centre, Psychology, 822-6408
(ask for Kate).
Volunteer Opportunity: Leaders Wanted
A new program sponsored by the Vancouver/Richmond Health Board, "Living A
Healthy Life With Chronic Conditions", needs you. Volunteer leaders, preferably
with chronic conditions, are needed to give a self-management program out in
the community. Here's a chance to share what you have learned with others. Free
training includes info about the program, leader skills, and helping people
cope with serious health conditions. Do something positive and meet others who
are concerned about getting the most out of life. Next training is Jan. 25, 26,
Feb. 1, and 2. To inquire or register about leader training or the programs,
please call Barbara Henn-Pander 822-0634.
The World Is what You Make It! The UBC Sustainability Office
is seeking outgoing volunteers to act as departmental Sustainability
Coordinators. In this role, the volunteer will get training and support in
their efforts to raise awareness of sustainability within their unit.
With only a limited time commitment, our Coordinators are affecting
changes by sharing work environment specific information on energy
conservation, waste reduction, and transportation alternatives. For more
information visit www.sustain.ubc.ca/2ourintiatives/sust_coord.html or call
Fire Hydrant Permits Now Required
Campus Planning and Development (CP&D) and UBC Utilities have
jointly implemented a permit program for fire hydrants which is
effective November 2000. Permits have become necessary to comply with
provisions of the BC Plumbing Code and the BC Fire Code. Permit
applications must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours in advance. Application
forms will soon be available at www.lbs.ubc.ca. Users wanting to connect to a
fire hydrant should pick up application forms at CP&D Regulatory
Services located at 2206 West Mall. Call CP&D at 822-2633 or for
further information, UBC Utilities at 822-4179.
Call For Evening Volunteers
Crane Production Unit (a division of the UBC Disability Resource Centre)
needs volunteers to narrate textbooks onto tape. We are looking primarily for
those who can read between 4:30-8:30pm for a two-hour session once a week. An
audition will be required. For more information, call Patrice Leslie
Mon.-Thurs. from 4:40-8:30pm at 822-6114.
Religion And Spirituality Drop-Ins
Every Wednesday you can join the chaplains in a relaxed environment to explore
a variety of topics related to religion and spirituality. Drop in or call
International House at 822-5021 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch Hour Drop-Ins
Every Thursday you can join fellow international students in a relaxed, social
environment to explore a variety of topics designed to help you succeed at
UBC. Topics include health, safety, arts and literature, and music
throughout the world. Drop in or call International House at 822-5021 or e-mail
UBC Zen Society
Zazen (sitting meditation) each Tuesday from 1:30-2:30pm while classes are in
session. Asian Centre Tea Gallery. All are welcome. Call 822-2573.
The British Columbia Service For Medication Information Learning And Education
(BC SMILE) is a medication information program for the public in
BC. It is located at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at
UBC, and is staffed by licensed pharmacists to educate the
public of all ages about the safe and effective use of medications.
The free telephone consultations include complicated inquiries on medication
issues such as interactions, contradictions, allergies, medication reviews,
herbs, and alternative therapies. SMILE pharmacists also provide public
presentations on a variety of medication-related topics. All presentations
contain valuable practical, unbiased, and up-to-date research information. Call
(800) 668-6233 or 822-1330.
Problems with remembering, smelling... Men and women 45-plus years old are
required for a UBC study on age-related hormone changes and their impact
on sensory and cognitive abilities. Earn $50. Call Kevin 822-2140.