QUARTER CENTURY CLUB – NEW TEMPUS FUGIT HONOREE 2021
Congratulations to Dr. Ishu Ishiyama for becoming the 35-year member of UBC’s Quarter Century Club for his service to the university.
Dr. Ishu Ishiyama has been teaching counselling psychology and researching in the areas of multicultural and cross-cultural counselling, counsellor education, Anti-discrimination Response Training (A.R.T.) and active witnessing approach to prejudice reduction, Japanese Morita therapy, and Asian and Indigenous mental health.
Quarter Century Club
The UBC Quarter Century Club was established in 1996 by President David Strangway to recognize active full-time faculty members and librarians with 25 years of service. In 2003, the club began recognizing active members who have reached the additional milestone of 35 years of service. This group is known collectively as Tempus Fugit, or “time flies.”
The first members of the Club were those faculty still active at UBC prior to the Club’s establishment in the fall of 1996. Faculty members who had retired prior to fall 1996 were not considered to be eligible. New members are inducted at a special dinner held each fall.