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[Meeting minutes of the Senate of The University of British Columbia] Jan 5, 1934

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Array 507.
Friday, January 5th, 1934
A special meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia was held on Friday, January 5th, 1954, at
8:00 p.m., in the Board and Senate Room.
Present: President L. S. Klinck (in the Chair), Dean
F. M. Clement, Dean R. W. Brock, Dean D. Buchanan, Mr*
E. A. Lloyd, Dr. G. G. Moe, Mr. F. A. Wilkin, Mr. H. F.
Angus, Dr. A. H. Hutchinson, Mr. H. N. MacCorkindale, Mr.
V. L. Denton, Mr. G. W. Clark, Rev. Dr. W. H. Vance, Mr*
H. T. Logan, Dr. G. G. Sedgewick, Miss M. L. Bollert, Mr.
Sherwood Lett, Mr. P. A. Boving, Dr. C. Killam and Miss
Isobel Harvey.
The Secretary read the call of the meeting:
1. Reports of the Faculties in reference to
Christmas Examinations.
2. From the Faculty of Arts and Science:
(a) Course s for Summer Session 1934.
(b) John Marr Memorial Prize
3. From the Faculty of Agriculture:
Credit for Senior Matriculation and
for Arts and Science work -
Adjustment of Courses.
4. Report of the Library Committee.
Expressions of regret at their inability to attend
the meeting were received from His Honour Judge Swanson,
Mr. J. N. Harvey and Dr. H. F. G. Letson.
Reports of the Faculties in reference to Christmas
Examinations
Faculty of Arts and Science
Dean Buchanan gave a report in reference to the
Christmas examination results for the First and Second
Years in Arts and Science.  The report included,- 508.
Friday, January 5th, 1954
(a) a synopsis of the results;
(b) a recommendation that certain students have
their University courses reduced to 9 units;
(c) a recommendation that certain students whose
work was unsatisfactory be required to discontinue attendance at the University for
the remainder of the session.
Dean Buchanan)
Mr. Angus    ) That these recommendations be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science
Dean Brock presented a summary of the Christmas
examination results in Applied Science, including
Nursing.  The report included,-
(a) a synopsis of the results;
(b) a recommendation that certain students of
the Second Year be required to repeat the
year, but that they be granted the privilege of attending as partial students for
the remainder of the present session without
University credit, in Mathematics, Civil
Engineering 1, Civil Engineering 50 and
Physics.
(c) A recommendation that a student in the
Second Year Nursing be required to withdraw.
Dean Brock directed attention to the case of
Miss Elizabeth Kathleen Connor, a student in Nursing who
had taken her academic work in,-
Saskatchewan Middle Form
Alberta Grade XI (to complete Junior
Matriculation)
Alberta Grade XII, partial
University of Alberta (to complete First
Year)
Western Reserve University
Toronto General Hospital,
and her professional course in the University hospitals of
Cleveland and in the Toronto General Hospital.  Miss
Connor's marks, and the recognition of her academic 509.
Friday,   January  5th,   1954
standing,  were   included  in  the   summary presented,  but  the
acceptance   of her  professional   course   in  Toronto  General
Hospital   as  satisfying  Senate's  requirements for  the
degree
professional  years   of  the   a-eaaemi-e   course  would   come  before   Senate   formally  at   the  next   meeting.
Dean Brock )
Mr. Wilkin ) That the recommendations of the
Faculty be approved by the Senate.
Carried
Faculty of Agriculture
Dean Clement presented a summary of the Christmas
examination results in the Faculty of Agriculture. No
students were asked to withdraw.
From the Faculty of Arts and Science
Courses for Summer Session 1954
July 2nd to August 18th, 1954.
Courses
B1 o 1 o gy 1
Botany 1 (Laboratory Course)
Chemistry 1
Latin la, 2a
Economics 1 and Economics 10 or
Government 1
Education 1, 2
English 1, 2, 9
English 17 (l£ units), English ? (1^ units)
French 1, 2
Beginners' German
History 1, 20
Mathematics 1
Philosophy 1, 7
Physics 1, 2 310.
Friday, January 5th, 19 54
A minimum registration of 12 students is
essential before a course will be given.
Other courses in addition to those listed
above and not exceeding three in number will be
offered provided that on or before May 15 at
least 12 candidates definitely express their intention of registering for such an additional
course.
Suggested courses are,-
Chemistry 2
French 3a or 4a
Geography 1
Mathematics 2 or 3
Latin
Dean Buchanan )
Dr. Hutchinson) That the recommendation of the
Faculty in connection with the
Summer Session be approved by
the Senate with the understanding
that authority be left with the
President to modify the courses
as is deemed advisable.
Carried
John Marr Memorial Prize
An offer was received from Mr. J. F. K. English of
Kamloops, B. C, of an annual prize of $25 to be known as
the John Marr Memorial Prize - this prize to be limited to
students in the Teacher Training Course or students doing
graduate work for the M.A. degree with Education as a
minor, and to be awarded for the best essay on "Some
Phase of Secondary Education".
The acceptance of this offer was recommended by the
Faculty of Arts and Science, and as the prize would be
open to graduates in Applied Science and Agriculture
taking the Teacher Training Course, the offer had been
referred to the Faculties of Applied Science and Agricul- 311.
Friday, January 5th, 1954
ture and had received their endorsation.
Attention was directed to the clause in the regulations governing this prize requiring that the essay must
be prepared especially for the purposes of the Prize competition.  Mr. Logan stated that it was the wish of the
donor that this clause be included for the present, but
that the matter would be taken up with Mr. English at a
later date.  It was agreed to let this stand for the
present time.
Mr. Logan   )
Dean Clement) That the recommendation of the
Faculties in reference to the
offer of Mr. English be adopted.
Carried
Dr. Sedgewick)
Mr. Logan    ) That Mr. English be written to,
on behalf of the Senate, to
thank him for the John Marr
Memorial Prize.
Carried
From the Faculty of Agriculture
Credit for Senior Matriculation and for Arts and
Science work - Adjustment of Courses
In lieu of the resolution previously presented to
Senate , recommendations in reference to adjustments in the
courses of students with irregular standing were submitted.  The recommendations were considered as they
applied to each individual student, and, on motion of
Mr. Boving, seconded by Dr. Moe, were adopted.  These
involved in each case a change in the order of the
classes of the student's course, and changes in individual 512.
Friday, January 5th, 1954
cases not provided for by the calendar as follows:
John Lloyd Sanders  -  credit in First Year for History
taken on Senior Matriculation.
Zoe Browne-Clayton -   credit in Second Year for History
1 taken in Arts and Science.
James David Menzies -  credit in First Year for History
taken on Senior Matriculation.
Robert C. Derrinberg - credit in Second Year for Geography 5 taken in Victoria College.
Helen Mary Farley  -  credit in First Year for History
taken on Senior Matriculation.
Alexander McD. Hall  - credit in Second Year for Geography 5 taken in Victoria College.
William J. H. Dicks -  credit in First Year for History
taken on Senior Matriculation, and
credit in degree course for equivalent work done in Ocoupational
Course•
Report of the Library Committee
Dr. Killam)
Mr. Clark ) That the report be taken as read and
a d op te d.
Carried
Dean Buchanan)
Mr. Angus    ) That we adjourn.
Carried
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