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Array 7404.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
The Second regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1980-81 was held on Wednesday, October 15, 1980 at 8.00 p.m. in the
Board and Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Dr.C. E. Armerding, Mr. I. A. Bakshi,
Dean G. S. Beagrie, Acting Dean T. R. Bentley, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. C. B. Bourne,
Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. W. G. Burch, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dr. J. Dahlie, Mrs. L. Daniells,
Dr. A. J. Elder, Dr. R. G. Evans, Mr. J. J. Fitzpatrick, Mr. H. J. Franklin, Mrs. E. D.
Fulton, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. P. C. Gilmore, Dr. H. J. Greenwood, Miss A. M. S.
Hall, Dr. A. G. Hannam, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. L. D. Jones,
Dean W. D. Kitts, Mr. J. Kulich, Mr. M. B. Lund, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dean K. M. Lysyk,
Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Miss M. C. MacPherson, Dr. A. J. McClean, Mr. W. A. McKerlich,
Dr. J. H. McNeill, Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Miss A. J. Moonen, Dr. R. A. Nodwell, Dr. J. F.
Richards, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. V. C. Runeckles, Dr. S. O. Russell, Dr. M. Shaw,
Dr. J. G. Silver, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Dr. R. H. T. Smith, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. R. S.
Szeliski, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr. L. Valg, Mrs. J. C. Wallace,
Miss C. L. V. Warren, Miss S. I. Waters, Dean W. A. Webber, Dean L. M. Wedepohl,
Mr. R. S.   Wilczek, Dean R. M. Will, Dr. M. D. Willman, Mr. A. M. Wizinsky.
Observer:   Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dean C. V. Finnegan,
Ms. P. Gouldstone, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dr. J. R. Ledsome, Ms. C. E. McAndrew,
Dr. C. A. McDowell, Rev. J. P. Martin, Mr. C. Niwinski, Mr. M. M. Ryan, Mr. B.
Stuart-Stubbs.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dean Webber   )
Dean Gardner  )
That the minutes of the First regular meeting of
Senate for the Session 1980-81, having been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 7405.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Senate membership
(i)    Declaration of vacancy
As required under Section 35 (6) of the University Act, the following
vacancy on Senate was declared:
Mr. Frank Lee - student representative of the Faculty of Education
(ii)   New student senator
The Chairman welcomed to Senate Mr. A. M. Wizinski, student
representative of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences replacing Mr. R. S.
Sigurdson.
Business arising from the Minutes
Motions re U.C.B.C.'s grant allocation formula  (P.7388)
At the previous meeting Dean Lusztig had stated that he would give notice of
motion to the Agenda Committee to the effect that Senate consider its position with
regard to the use of formula financing for a three-year trial period. In this
connection two motions had been circulated.
The President explained that the motions had been proposed as a result of the
report of the Senate Budget Committee which is an advisory committee to the
President. By way of background information the President outlined the current
financial situation at U.B.C. and made some general observations. He expressed deep
concern that due to the lack of adequate funding, the quality of education at U.B.C.
was being threatened and this was producing a chilling impact on the University.
Dean Lusztig ) Whereas the Senate of The University of British
Dean Will       ) Columbia is of the view that  improvements in
the quality of undergraduate and graduate
education in British Columbia must be the prime
objective of any financial allocation among the
three Universities;  and
Whereas in the Senate's opinion, education
objectives which are linked with the pursuit of
excellence cannot be managed by formulas or
other essentially mechanical means;
Be it resolved that the Senate record its deep
concern to the Universities Council of British
Columbia and to the Minister of Universities,
Science and Communications about the Council's
three-year experiment with a grant allocation
formula that is enrolment driven. 7406.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Business arising from the Minutes
Motions re U.C.B.C.'s grant allocation formula  (continued)
Dean Lusztig explained that the intent of the motion was to raise the question of
how the Universities Council elected to divide funds among the three universities
rather than to address the issue of how much the government gave to the universities.
He stated that 95% of the money allocated was distributed among the three
universities by a formula. This formula was based on a combination of factors such as
the head-count of registrants and full-time equivalent enrolment. Also built into the
formula was the assumption that there were economies of scale in education and that
it was more expensive to run a trimester program than the type of program that
exists at U.B.C. or the University of Victoria. As far as he was aware no studies had
been conducted indicating that these assumptions were justified. He felt that using a
simple formula might make sense where you had a standard commodity but that it
was totally inappropriate for the costing of university education. In conclusion, he
stated that the present experiment in formula based allocations threatened to
undermine the excellence of university education in this province.
The motion was put and carried, unanimously.
Dean Lusztig then presented a second motion which, if approved, would permit
Senate to search for more useful alternatives to the Council's grant allocation
formula.
Dean Lusztig ) That the Chairman of Senate appoint an ad hoc
Dean Will       ) committee consisting of members of Senate and
others, as deemed appropriate, to consider
alternatives to the Council's grant allocation
formula. The committee is asked to focus on
alternatives which will recognize and help ensure
excellence in university education within our
province.
During the following discussion student senators and convocation senators
requested representation on the committee.
It was suggested that the committee should submit its report to Senate for
approval and that this should be done not later than the Fall of 1981; if approved the
report would then be forwarded to the Universities Council of British Columbia and to
the Minister of Universities, Science and Communications.
The motion was put and carried, unanimously. 7407.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Business arising from the Minutes  (continued)
Report of Committee on Student Awards (P.7383)
Mr. McWilliams presented the report. At the September 10, 1980 meeting
objections were raised to the use of the word "personality" in the description of the
Clarkson Gordon Service Award. This matter was referred to the committee with a
request that a revised description be submitted. The committee considered this
matter and recommended that the word "leadership" be substituted for "personality".
(See Appendix 'A')
Mr. McWilliams )        That the recommendation of the committee be
Dean Lusztig      )        approved, and that the award be accepted.
Carried
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Mr. McWilliams )        That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A') be
Dr. Dahlie )        accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Richards presented the report on proposals submitted by the Faculties of Arts,
Education and Forestry.
Co-ordinated Arts/Education Proposal
The committee recommended approval of a proposal put forward by the
Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Education for a co-ordinated program leading
to either the B.Mus. in Secondary Music Education or the B.Ed. (Secondary) Music
Major. Dr. Richards explained that students could enter either Faculty and after
three years would make a decision as to which degree they wanted.
Dr. Richards drew attention to the inclusion of Music Education 400 as part
of the First Year and stated that the committee had requested that a new course
at the 100 level be developed and put forward for approval immediately to replace
Music Education 400.
Dr. Richards ) That the proposal from the Faculties of Arts and
Dean Will       ) Education concerning programs leading to either
the B.Mus. in Secondary Music Education or the
B.Ed. (Secondary) Music Major be approved.
Carried 7408.
Wednesday,   October   15,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Faculty of Arts
The committee recommended approval of new courses, course and
curriculum changes submitted by the Faculty of Arts with the exception of
Economics 360, 361, 460 and 461 which were being withheld pending further
consultation. The committee further recommended that Music 101 be changed to
Music 103 to avoid confusion with Music Education 101, and that the title of Music
442 be changed to "Song Interpretation and Accompaniment".
The committee also recommended approval of a new program in Romance
Languages.
Dr. Richards ) That    new    courses,    course    and    curriculum
Dean Will       ) changes,    and    a    new    program    in    Romance
Languages, submitted by the Faculty of Arts, be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Education and Faculty of Forestry
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals submitted by
the Faculty of Education and also recommended approval of a proposed calendar
statement concerning the English Composition Requirement submitted by the
Faculty of Forestry.
Dr. Richards    ) That the proposals of the Faculty of Education
Dean Gardner  ) and the Faculty of Forestry be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Dr. Stager presented the report.   The committee nominated the following persons
to fill vacancies on Senate committees:
Academic Building Needs
Dr. P. R. Tennant -    replacing Dr. J. G. Cragg
Agenda
Mr. A. M. Wizinsky -    replacing Mr. R. S. Sigurdson
Budget Committee
Dr. R. G. Evans -    replacing Dr. J. G. Cragg
Curriculum
Dr. P. R. Tennant -    replacing Dr. J. L. Wisenthal 7409.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee  (continued)
Extracurricular Activities
Mr. H. J. Franklin -    additional member
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
Miss L. P. Stewart -    replacing Mr. R. S. Sigurdson
Standards in English
Dr. C. E. Slonecker -     replacing Dr. J. L. Wisenthal
Committee on Examinations
Mr. M. E. P. Braun -    replacing Mr. R. H. Santo
Dr. Stager )       That   the  recommendations  of   the  Nominating
Dr. MacDougall  )       Committee be approved.
Carried
The committee also recommended that the ad hoc Committee on the
Implementation of the Universities Act be disbanded. Dr. Stager explained that the
committee had completed its work and that if, in the future, any further items
needed to be dealt with this could be arranged through the Agenda Committee.
Dr. Stager )       That     the     ad     hoc     Committee     on     the
Dr. MacDougall  )        Implementation   of    the   Universities    Act    be
disbanded.
Carried
Faculty of Education
Report on Diploma Programs 1979-80
The following report on Diploma Programs offered by the Faculty of Education
had been circulated for information:
Program Enrolment Completion
Education of the Visually Impaired 9 8
Education of Children with Learning Disorders
(not offered)
Education of the Deaf 14 14
Education of the Mentally Retarded 12 12
Education of Young Children (not offered)
English Education (Elementary) 2 4
Diploma in Adult Education 23 10
Diploma in Counselling 39 3 Spring
5 Fall
Diploma in Values Education (not offered) 7410.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Faculty of Education
Report on Diploma Programs 1979-80  (continued)
The Diploma Program in Adult Education was revised in the late Spring of 1980 in
compliance with the request of Senate and is now offered at the undergraduate level.
There were 30 applicants between May and mid—September. Twenty—five of these
applicants had been accepted as of September 12. Over the fifteen years of operation
of the Diploma Program in Adult Education there have been 20 to 25 applicants each
year. It is evident that the revised program is well accepted; there have been more
applicants in four months than the average annual number for the last fifteen years.
Since the beginning of the program in 1966 a total of 106 students have qualified for
the diploma.
Faculty of Medicine
Affiliation agreement between The University of British Columbia and Vancouver
General Hospital
The following statement of affiliation between The University of British Columbia
and Vancouver General Hospital had been circulated:-
" INTRODUCTION
WHEREAS the University and the Hospital jointly and individually recognize the
following objectives:
(a) To continue to provide a high standard of service and care to patients and the
public.
(b) To provide a high standard of undergraduate and postgraduate education and
training for medical students, doctors, nurses, and other students of the Health
Sciences.
(c) To ensure that undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Health Sciences
Faculties of the University have access to the facilities of the Hospital.
(d) To ensure that patient care, education, and research programs are effectively
directed and inter-related with the facilities and other resources available.
AND WHEREAS the objectives set forth above can best be achieved by broadening
the close and harmonious co-operation which has characterized the relationship
between the Hospital and the University, and by jointly and individually accepting the
responsibilities set forth in this Agreement.
AND WHEREAS the Board of Trustees of the Hospital recognizes that the influence
of the University throughout the Hospital in teaching and research focuses attention
on, and contributes to, maintenance and improvement of the quality of patient care.
AND WHEREAS the University recognizes that it can better achieve its objectives if
it has access to the human and other resources of the Hospital.
AND WHEREAS it is understood that this affiliation document is a statement of
policy only and that specific arrangements will be set out in appendices to it.
The parties agree that: 7411.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Faculty of Medicine
Affiliation agreement between The University of British Columbia and Vancouver
General Hospital  (continued)
" JOINT REPRESENTATION
1. All those members of the staff of the Hospital who are assigned regular
teaching assignments, will hold appropriate faculty rank and will be entitled to
participate in a manner appropriate to such rank in the decision-making processes of
the University Department and Faculty concerned, particularly in such matters as
those affecting promotion, budget distribution, and organization of teaching.
2. The President of the Hospital or his nominee (acceptable to the University) shall
be a member of the Coordinating Committee of the Health Sciences of the
University.
3. In accordance with the By-Laws of the Hospital, two members of the Board of
Trustees of the Hospital shall be appointed by the Minister of Health from nominees
submitted by the President of the University.
CLINICAL TEACHING
4. It will be assumed that all patients admitted to the Hospital will be available
for teaching unless they, or their physicians, specifically refuse.
5. The Hospital at all times has the privilege of requesting the University to
withdraw from the Hospital's clinical areas any student who fails to meet acceptable
standards regarding the care of patients or the observance of Hospital policies or
professional behaviour.
CONTINUING EDUCATION
6. The hospital may designate members of the health science faculties who shall
be responsible for the organization of continuing education programs in their
respective professions. Such designated members of the staff shall normally be
members of the appropriate committee responsible for continuing education in the
health sciences at the University and programs of continuing education will normally
be structured jointly between the Hospital and the Division of Continuing Education
in the Health Sciences of the University.
PATIENT CARE
7. The determination of which clinical services it shall or shall not provide is the
responsibility of the Hospital.
8. The responsibility for the quality of patient care at the Hospital rests with the
Board of Trustees.
9. The development of programs of exemplary patient care, education and
research is only possible when facilities are excellent and personnel are of the highest
quality. The Hospital and the University agree therefore to make every reasonable
effort to maintain such facilities and personnel considered to be essential to the
quality of services to the patient and to programs of education and research. 7412.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Faculty of Medicine
Affiliation agreement between The University of British Columbia and Vancouver
General Hospital  (continued)
"LIABILITY INSURANCE
10. The Hospital and University shall each carry appropriate liability insurance
covering its staff and students. (This section to be developed by the University and
the Hospital's legal and insurance advisers.)
RESEARCH
11. It shall be the policy of the University and the Hospital to encourage the
development of appropriate research programs at the Hospital. It is understood that
in the conduct of all research, the Hospital and the University have the right and the
responsibility to require that due and proper regard be given to the personal rights,
safety and wishes of the patient and the ethics of the research to be conducted.
Accordingly, all research shall conform to the policies both of the Hospital and of the
University.
FUNDING
12. The policy of the University shall be that the allocation of funds from its
academic budget for its academic activities at the Hospital shall be commensurate
with those activities. The Hospital and the University shall collaborate in discussions
involving such issues as negotiation of arrangements for the funding of faculty, the
funding of support staff and funding of educational facilities within the Hospital.
13. For the duration of this affiliation agreement, the University and the Hospital
will join in discussions with the Provincial Government regarding operational funding
of education and educational support components within the Hospital.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Representation
14. If no member of the teaching staff of the Hospital is, by the normal process,
elected to serve on the executive of the Faculty of Medicine, then the
teaching faculty of the Hospital shall have the right to elect one of their
number to serve on the executive of the Faculty of Medicine.
15. The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine or his nominee (acceptable to the
Hospital) from the Faculty of Medicine shall serve on the Medical Executive
Committee of the Hospital.
Heads of Clinical Departments
16. On appointment, Heads of departments at the Hospital shall, except in
unusual circumstances, be appointed to geographic full-time positions in the
Faculty of Medicine if they do not already hold such appointments, and the
policy shall be to ensure that such appointments carry an appropriate
component of salary from the academic budget of the University. 7413.
Wednesday,   October   15,   1980.
Faculty of Medicine
Affiliation agreement between  The University of British Columbia and Vancouver
General Hospital
Heads of Clinical Departments (continued)
" 17. In recognition of the extent of the interdependence of the Hospital and the
University, the University will only relocate, and the Hospital will only
require relocation of, the Heads of any University clinical department into
or out of the Hospital with mutual agreement or, in the absence of mutual
agreement, after full consultation and one year's notice.
Heads of Clinical Departments and Divisions
18. Where a teaching program is carried out by a department or a division of the
Hospital, the head of the department or the division at the Hospital shall
only be appointed and/or reappointed following written agreement between
the Board of Trustees of the Hospital and the appropriate representative of
the University. Both parties shall be represented in any selection or review
process.
19. The head of a clinical department or division at the Hospital, whether or not
he be head of the academic and clinical department or division at the
University, shall be responsible to the Hospital for the quality of care given
by all categories of medical staff within his department or division for all
patients, and to the University for the quality of the education programs and
research activities of his department or division.
Appointments of Medical Staff and Faculty Members
20. The final determination in respect to appointment of the medical staff of
the Hospital, rests with its Board of Trustees of the Hospital and the final
decision in respect of a faculty appointment rests with the Board of
Governors of the University. It is further agreed that where an individual
holds both an academic and a hospital appointment, neither party to this
agreement shall withdraw the academic or hospital appointment without
prior consultation with the other party.
21. Future appointees to the Active Staff of the Hospital, (except in the
Department of Family Practice), will normally be expected to qualify for
appropriate University appointments.
Resident Training Programs
22. The department or division program directors of the Hospital will join with
the department or division program directors of the University to select
residents for all medical residency programs in the Hospital, and to plan the
programs. This will include planning their rotations amongst other
participating hospitals, in association with the program directors of those
other hospitals.
23. A representative of the Hospital administration and individual program
directors of residency training programs shall be ex-officio members of the
Faculty Residency Committee. 7414.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Faculty of Medicine
Affiliation agreement between The University of British Columbia and Vancouver
General Hospital  (continued)
" Medical Student Education
24. The implementation of medical undergraduate teaching programs in the
Hospital shall be the responsibility of the head of the appropriate
department in the Hospital, or his delegate, acting together with the head of
the appropriate University department, or his delegate.
AMENDMENT
25. This affiliation agreement may be amended at any time by mutual agreement
between the University and the Hospital. It may be terminated by either party on the
thirtieth day of June in any year by giving to the other party notice in writing of this
intention to terminate at least twelve calendar months prior to the date of
termination.
26. This affiliation agreement and its operation shall be reviewed promptly at the
request of either party.
27. In case of disagreement regarding the interpretation and/or application of this
affiliation agreement, the matter shall be discussed by a joint committee consisting
of three representatives of the Board of Trustees of the Hospital and three
representatives of the Board of Governors of the University. "
Dean Webber   ) That  the statement of affiliation between The
Dr. Slonecker ) University of  British  Columbia  and  Vancouver
General   Hospital  be approved,  subject to such
minor changes in wording as may be required.
Carried
Report of the Registrar on Spring Session enrolment 1980
The   report   of   the   Registrar   on   Spring   Session  enrolment  was  received   for
information.
Report of the Registrar on Summer Session enrolment 1980
The  report  of  the  Registrar  on  Summer  Session  enrolment  was  received for
information.
Preliminary report on Day-time enrolment 1980-81
The preliminary report of the Registrar on enrolment for 1980-81 was received for
information.   The total day-time enrolment figure was 23,162.
Election of one member of Senate to serve on the Senate Nominating Committee
Senate was informed that Dr. H. J. Greenwood had been elected to serve on the
Senate Nominating Committee for the remainder of the term to March 31, 1981. 7415.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
Emeritus status
Dr. Stager presented the report which recommended that the following be granted
emeritus status:
Dr. J. R. Adams
Dr. E. J. Bowmer
Dr. K. T. Brearley
Dr. B. E. Burke
Dr. G. Gayman
Dr. D. C. Graham
Dr. A. Hardyment
Mr. L. R. Kersey
Mr. A. B. Laithwaite
Dr. Wei-Cheng Lin
Mr. S. L. Lipson
Dr. C. W. Miller
Mr. J. E. A. Parnall
Mr. R. J. Phillips
Dr. C. A. Rowles
Mr. L. A. J. Thomas
Dr. J. B. Warren
Mr. N. C. Zacharias
Dr. Stager     )
Dean Riedel   )
Professor Emeritus of Zoology
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medical Microbiology
Associate Professor Emerita of French
Associate Professor Emeritus of Commerce and
Business Administration
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Associate Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering
Associate Professor Emeritus of Physical Education
and Recreation
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering
Associate Professor Emeritus of English
Registrar Emeritus
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Physical Education and
Recreation
Professor Emeritus of Soil Science
Associate Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts
Professor Emeritus of Physics
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical Sciences
That the recommendations of the Tributes
Committee concerning emeritus status be
approved.
Carried
Honorary Degrees
Dr. Stager reminded members of Senate that the Tributes Committee would be
glad to receive nominations for possible honorary degree recipients. These should be
submitted to Dr. Stager, Chairman of the Senate Tributes Committee, incorporating
the reasons for the nominations, along with curricula vitae.
The meeting adjourned at 10.00 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, November 12, 1980.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 7416.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate
Jacob Biely and Blythe A. Eagles Prize in Nutrition - This prize was established by
Professor Biely from the Earle Willard McHenry Award which he received from
the Nutrition Society of Canada in 1979. The prize in the amount of $100 will be
awarded annually to a fourth year or graduate student in any department who,
through the graduating essay or thesis, has demonstrated an interest and ability in
the study of nutrition.
Class of 1929 Bursary Fund - A bursary in the amount of approximately $300 has
been made available by the Class of '29. The fund was originally established in the
commemoration of the observance of its 25th anniversary and was augmented on
the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
Cumberland Realty Group Scholarship - As a memorial to Suzanna Seto, B.Com.
(1974), M.Sc. (Urban Land Economics), (1977), an annual scholarship in the amount
of $2,000 has been established by Cumberland Realty Group. The scholarship is
awarded annually to a full-time graduate student specializing in the Urban Land
Economics program in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
Preference will be given to those enrolling for the first time.
Eldridge Memorial Prize - A prize in the amount of $150 has been made available
by the late Mrs. H. E. B. Eldridge. The award will be made to the graduating
student with the highest standing in Mining and Mineral Process Engineering.
Fraser, Kelleher, Sigurdson, Watts & Gudmundseth Service Scholarship - The firm
of Fraser, Kelleher, Sigurdson, Watts & Gudmundseth, Barristers and Solicitors,
has provided a scholarship for students proceeding from second to third year of
studies in the Faculty of Law. The scholarship consists of the opportunity for
employment with the firm in the summer between second and third years, and the
payment of the student's tuition fees for the third year of study in the Faculty.
Bert Henry Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $2,500 has been
made available by the late Gladys Henry. The award will be made to a student
proceeding from Grade 12 to The University of British Columbia. Candidates
wishing to be considered must write the departmental scholarship examinations
conducted in January and June by the B. C. Ministry of Education. While the
award will be based primarily on the candidate's scholastic achievements, other
factors such as leadership, ability to serve, and interest in sports may be
considered. Subject to continued satisfactory progress, the award will be renewed
for a further three years.
Clarkson Gordon Service Award
A service award, offered annually by Clarkson
is available to students  intending a career  in
Gordon, Chartered Accountants,
Accounting. It is open to students entering the third year of the Accounting
Option. To be eligible, applicants must qualify in respect of academic standing,
leadership and aptitude. Service Award winners will be given their tuition fees for
each of the third and fourth years, and guaranteed an opportunity for summer
employment. Applications should be submitted to the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration no later than January 15. 7417.
Wednesday,  October   15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate (continued)
Diana and P.A.E. Irving Bursary Fund - One or more bursaries in the amount of
$1,000 each have been made available by the late Diana Ogilvy Irving. The awards
will be made to students in the Faculty of Law, who without financial assistance
would have difficulty in pursuing their studies. Preference will be given to native
born British Columbians.
R.L. and Ruth Maitland Bursary Fund - A bursary in the amount of approximately
$125 has been made available by the late R. H. Maitland. The bursary is available
for students in the Faculty of Law.
Jessie Manning Bursary for Native Indian Students - A bursary in the amount of
$500 has been made available by Mrs. V. Z. Manning to assist Native Indian
students. In making the award, preference will be given to non-status Indians in
the Native Indian Teacher Education program.
James B. McLaren Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $200 has been made available in memory of James B. McLaren, by
donations from Dominion Construction Limited, and his fellow employees. The
award will be given annually to an undergraduate student entering the final year
of Engineering and showing special interest in the design of structures for capture
and use of solar energy. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Applied Science.
Col. Herbert Mercer Bursary Fund - One or more bursaries totalling approximately
$550 have been made available by the late Patricia E. de Boinne Bower. The
awards will be made to students demonstrating financial need.
Suzanna Seto Scholarship Fund - As a memorial to Suzanna Seto, B.Com. (1974),
M.Sc. (Urban Land Economics) (1977), a scholarship fund has been established by
her fellow students, colleagues, and friends to provide one or more annual
scholarships. Graduate students specializing in the Urban Land Economics
program, or qualified undergraduates in the Urban Land Economics option of the
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration are considered for this award.
Shrum, Liddle & Hebenton Service Scholarships - The firm of Shrum, Liddle &
Hebenton, Barristers and Solicitors, has provided two scholarships for students
proceeding from second to third year of studies in the Faculty of Law. The
scholarships consist of the opportunity for employment with the firm in the
summer between second and third year, and the payment of the students' tuition
fees for the third year of study in the Faculty.
Burrows Moore Smythe Bursary Fund - A bursary in the amount of approximately
$250 has been made available by the late Burrows Moore Smythe. The award will
be made to a student in the Faculty of Medicine or the Faculty of Science.
Trapp Bursary Fund - One or more bursaries totalling approximately $800 have
been made available by the late Dr. Ethlyn Trapp. The awards will be made to
students in the Faculty of Medicine.
Ethel G. Weavers Bursary - A bursary in the amount of approximately $125 per
annum has been made available by the late Ethel G. Weavers. The award will be
made to a student in need of financial assistance. 7418.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
Co-ordinated Arts/Education proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
B. Mus. in Secondary Music Education
Year I Year 2
Year 3
English 100
(3)
**English
(3)
Music 300
(3)
Music 100
(3)
Music 200
(3)
Music 345
(2)
Music 120
(3)
Music 320
(3)
Music 344
(1)
Music 144
(1)
Music 140, 141,
or 142 (2)
Music 140, 141, or
Music 145
(2)
Music 245
(2)
142
(2)
Large Music
Music 244
(1)
Music 306
(2)
Ensemble
(1)
Large Music
Large Music
Music Education 400
(1)
Ensemble
(1)
Ensemble
(1)
Arts elective
(3)
Education 200
(3)
Education 301/302
(3)
17
18
Education 298
Arts elective
(0)
(3)
17
Year 4
Year 5
Music 444
(1)
Education 400, 430,
Music 445
(2)
or 470
(3)
Music 140, 141, 142, or
Music Education 401
(3)
Music Education 303
(2)
Education 404
(3)
Large Music Ensemble
(1)
*Music or Education
Small Music Ensemble
(1)
elective
(3)
*Music or Education
Education elective
(3)
elective
(3)
Education 499
(0)
Education 498
(0)
Music Education 302
(2)
Arts elective
(3)
17
Education 332 or
*    Psychology 301
(3)
16
*ln the fourth year the student will exercise an option between continuation toward
the B.Mus. degree (with recommendation for teaching certification) and
transferring to the Faculty of Education, with continuation toward the B.Ed, in
secondary music. The choice of electives in the two final years will be
determined, accordingly, by the direction taken.
**An English course (or courses) at the 200 level.
***Election of Psychology 301 will require prior completion of a prerequisite course
in the context of Arts electives in year I or 3: Psychology 100, 200, 206, or 260.
Entry to Psychology 301 may also be granted on the basis of permission of the
instructor. 7419.
Wednesday,   October   15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
Co-ordinated Arts/Education proposals  (continued)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
B.Ed. (Secondary) Music major changed to:
FirstYear: English 100, Music 100, 120, 144, 145, and one large ensemble;
Music Education 400;  3 units of Arts or Science electives.
Second Year: Education 200; 3 units of 200-level English; Music 200, 244, 245,
320, one large ensemble, and one of Music 140, 141, or 142.
Third Year: Education 298, 301, and 302; Music 300, 306, 344, 345, one large
ensemble, and one of Music 140, 141, or 142; 3 units of Arts or
Science electives.
Fourth Year: Education 332 or Psychology 301; Music 444, 445, one large
ensemble, one small ensemble, and one of Music 140, 141, 142, or
Music Education 303; 3 units of Arts or Science electives; 3 units
of Education or Music electives*;   Education 498.
Fifth Year: Education 404, 499, and one of 400, 430, or 470; Music Education
302, 401; 3 units of Education electives; 3 units of Education or
Music electives*.
♦Students will register in years 1-3 in the B.Mus. program. In years 4 and 5
students proceeding to the B.Ed. (Secondary) with a Music major will choose
Education electives, while students proceeding to the B.Mus. in Secondary Music
Education will choose Music electives.
Course changes
FACULTY OF ARTS
Asian Studies
New courses
Course changes
MUED 302 and 303 - change in units, hours and
prerequisites
MUED 401 - change in prerequisite wording
CHIN 280 (6) Intensive Intermediate Summer Course
In Chinese
INDC 424 (3) Further Readings in Sanskrit
ASIA 365 - change in title and description and
addition of cross listing (same as
Religious Studies 365)
ASIA 430  - change in number, title, description,
hours and addition of cross listing
(same as Religious Studies 461 which
now becomes Religious Studies 430) 7420.
Wednesday,  October   15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Addition of courses to lists under "Literature Requirement"
Revise first sentence of paragraph 2 to read:  ... and Japanese, and Hindi 401, 405,
410 and Sanskrit 424, with the ...
Revise paragraph 3 to read:  ... Asian Studies 302, 335, 345, 350:  Classical ...
Classics
New course
Deletion
Economics
Change
GREK 125 (3)   Introduction to New Testament Greek
GREK 325
ECON 254 - change in number and prerequisite
(formerly ECON 354)
English
Changes in Honours Requirements:
Revise first sentence of the last paragraph under "Honours" to read: "In addition
students are required to take 491 in their third year, and 492 and 499 in their
fourth year."
Add to last paragraph, which ends "... 30 units," "Students may, with the
permission of the Honours Chairman, substitute 3 units of work done outside the
Department for 3 of the 27 units of English required for the Honours degree."
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Course changes
History
New course
Mediaeval Studies
Course change
Librarianship
Deletion
Course change
SPAN 21 I - add to course description:  "Recommended
for all major and honours students, but open
to any student."
SPAN 436 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
HIST 448 (Ife) Diplomacy and Conflict in the Middle
East, 1948 to the present
MDVL 449 - change in units from (3) to (3/6)d (This
course may be taken or repeated to a
limit of 6 units.)
LIBR 647
LIBR 648 - change in description 7421.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Linguistics
Deletion
New courses
Music
Course changes
New courses
Course change
Change in terminology
LING 410
LING 315 (3) Biological Foundations of Language
LING 415 (lfe/3)d Experimental Phonetics
MUSC 100, 200, 300, 107, 207, 307, 407, 321, 326 -
change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d and change
in prerequisites
MUSC 402, 339, 439, 309, 440 - change in units
MUSC I03(lfe/3)d  Introduction to Music Theory
MUSC 403 (I fe/3)d Selected Topics in Music
MUSC 442 (l/2)d     Song Interpretation and
Accompaniment
MUSC 400 - change in description, units and prerequisites
All references to "Applied Music" in the Calendar to be
changed to "Music Performance"
Deletion of program Major in Sacred Music
Major in Music History and Literature:
Delete last sentence of footnote I which begins "During the last year ..." and
substitute: "Available performance fields include voice, piano, orchestral
instruments, and historical instruments such as harpsichord, viola da gamba,
Baroque flute, recorder, and lute."
Philosophy
Course change
Religious Studies
New course
Changes
Slavonic Studies
New course
PHIL 317 - change in description
RELG 205 (3)  History of the Christian Church
RELG 341 - change in title and description (also
listed as Fine Arts 359)
RELG 365 - change in title and description and
addition of cross listing (same as
Asian Studies 365)
RELG 430 - change in number, title, description
and hours and addition of cross listing
(same as Asian Studies 430) - previously
RELG 461
RUSS 401 (3)  Russian for Reading Knowledge 7422.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Hispanic and Italian Studies - Program in Romance Languages
Honours
The purpose of this program is to enable students to attain a high level of
proficiency in two of the major Romance languages (French, Italian, Spanish), and
a reading knowledge of a third, together with some linguistic and literary
background.
First and Second Years
First or high second class standing in the prerequisite courses for two of the
following languages:
French (French 120 or equivalent, 202 and 220)
Spanish (Spanish 100, 200 or equivalent:  see above)
Italian (Italian 100, 200 or 120, 220 or 105)
Linguistics 100 or 200 (Those interested in further linguistic studies take 200,
others take 100.)
Recommended:   Latin 100
Third and Fourth Years
12 units from 2 languages:   French 302, 402;   Italian 302, 400;   Spanish 300, 400.
3 units of a third Romance language: French 320, Italian 300, Spanish 305,
Catalan (Span. 444), Portuguese 307, Rumanian (Romance Studies 420).
Romance Linguistics (Linguistics 320).
6 units of literature, three from each major language studied. Students of Italian
and Spanish are required to take a survey course in consultation with a
Departmental adviser.
3-6 units chosen from the following: Linguistics 319 (Prerequisite Linguistics
200); Latin 305; French 306, 308, 334, 335, 404, 407-420; Italian 305, 306,
401-404, 415;   Italian Studies 310;  Spanish 335, 355, 363, 392, 403-438, 457-468.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Changes Add Education 394 to list of electives for the B.Ed. (Secondary) and
One Year Program for Graduates (Secondary)
Definition of "Major" in B.Ed. (Special Education)
Add:   *These courses constitute the major in the program ("*" to be
placed after EDUC 316, 436, 429, 431, and 437 in year 4; and after
EDUC 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, and 348 in year 5).
New B.Ed. (Secondary) Concentrations:
Chinese Concentration
First and Second Years:  Chinese 100, 101,200.  Chinese 201 recommended.
Third and Fourth Years: Chinese 300, 301, and one of 410, 41 I. 7423.
Wednesday,  October  15,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
New B.Ed. (Secondary) Concentrations:  (continued)
Japanese Concentration
First and Second Years:   Japanese 100, 101,200.   Japanese 201 recommended.
Third and Fourth Years:  Japanese 300, 301 and 400.
Changes EDUC 404 - add "Chinese (I fe)" and "Japanese (I fe)"
to list of subject areas.
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
English Composition Reguirement - calendar statement:
To qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry (B.S.F.) students must
satisfy the English Composition Requirement of the Faculty of Forestry within
one academic year of admission to the Faculty of Forestry. To do this, students
must obtain credit for English 100 and must pass the English Composition test
administered by the Faculty of Arts.
Students (including Transfer Students) who have obtained credit for English 100
but have not passed the Composition Test will write during Registration Week.
The test will also be given during the December and April examination periods.
Students who anticipate difficulty passing the test are advised to enrol in a
remedial English course in the Centre for Continuing Education.

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