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 6130.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
The Seventh regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia   for the Session 1973-74 was held on Wednesday, March 20, 1974
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:   PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown,
Mr. G. B. Burns, Mr. R. M. Buzza, Mr. C McK. Campbell, Dr. S. D.
Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. C J. Connaghan, Dr. C. G. David, Dr. J. D.
Dennison, Dr. N. Epstein, Mrs. F. Field, Mr. D. B. Fields, Dean W. D.
Finn, Dr. C V. Finnegan, Dr. S. M. Friedman, The Hon. Mr. Justice E. D.
Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Acting Dean C C. Gourlay,
Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Mr. A. J. Hilliker,
Dr. B. Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. J. M.
Kennedy, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Dr. R. V. Kubicek, Mrs. W. T.
Lane, Mr. T. B. Lindsay, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. R. E.
McConnell, Dr. C A. McDowell, Mr. J. A. McEwen, Dr. M. F. McGregor,
Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Ms. C. M. Moriarty, Mr. P. W. Park, Dr. G. V. Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul,
Mr. G. J. Peet, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. I. S. Ross, Mr. J. M. Schoening,
Acting Dean J. E. Searcy, Dean M. Shaw, Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Mr. A. M.
Smolensky, Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff, Dr. J. K. Stager, Dr. J. R. Stein, Dr. K. S.
Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Dr. M. Uprichard,
Dean G. M. Volkoff, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dr. R. L. White, Ms. K. P. Young.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Dr. J. P. Blaney, Dr. A. D. Scott.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Deputy PresidentW. M.
Armstrong, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. C A. Brockley, Dean I. McT. Cowan,
Dr. R. Daniells, Ms. B. G. Errington, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. W. C. Gibson,
Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Mr. G. H. D. Hobbs, Dr. L. Kraintz, Dean S. W.
Leung, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. P. S. Plant, Mr. B. B.
Trevino, Mr. F. C. Walden, Mr. D. R. Williams. Minutes of Previous Meetings
Mr. Gourlay  )
Dr. Gray        )
6131
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
That the Minutes of the special meetings
of February 4 and February 16,  1974 and
the Minutes of the Sixth regular meeting
of Senate for the Session 1973-74 having
been circulated, be taken as read and
adopted.
Carried
Introduction of new Senators
The Chairman welcomed to Senate the following new student members:
Members-at-large
Mr. G. J. Peet, Ms. K. P. Young (replacing Mr. R. J. Mattiussi and
Ms. V. C Embree)
Commerce and   Law  representative
Mr. G. S. Funt - replacing Mr. P. A. Insley
Education representative
Miss E. B. Paul - re-elected
Science representative
Ms. C. M. Moriarty - replacing Mr. S. J. Robinson
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Librarian  1972-73   (P.6105)
Discussion of the report, which had been circulated for the
February 20, 1974 meeting, had been deferred to the March meeting.
The Librarian reported that there had been an increase in the use of
the library facilities not only by people in the U.B.C. community but by
people from other universities, colleges and schools and members of the
public. 6132.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Librarian  1972-73   (continued)
It was also noted that the Library had acquired twice as many items
in the last ten years as it had in the first half century of its existence.
Students at other local institutions were encouraged by their instructors
and librarians to use the facilities of the U.B.C. Library to complete their
assignments.   Working professionals in the health and applied sciences
were similarly dependent upon the Library.   Acquisition policies at other
libraries throughout the province were being formulated on the assumption
that easy access to U . B .C 's collections would always be possible.
The Librarian felt that Senate would share his sense of frustration
concerning statements that the University was not fulfilling its responsibility
to the community.   Criticism was made of budget increases and it was felt
that the University must be provided with sufficient funds to enable the
Library to provide the service expected of it.
Dr. McGregor stated that the figures presented to the Library Committee
by the Librarian were most alarming, in particular with regard to collections,
and the acquisition of books and learned journals.   Dr. McGregor gave
notice of the following motion: - 6133.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Librarian  1972-73   (continued)
"That the Senate transmit the following statement to the Board of
Governors :-
Because recent budgets have not been adequate to offset inflationary
trends in the costs of library operations, particularly in the area of
collections, the Library's ability to meet increased demands from
both inside and outside the University, now and in the future, is in
jeopardy.   Continued deterioration of the Library is contrary to the
Province's interests, as well as the University's.   We therefore urge
the Board of Governors to include the needs of the Library in any
representations they make to the Government in seeking supplementary
appropriations. "
Committee on Continuing Education   (P.6105)
Notice of motion had been given at the previous meeting.
Dr. Dennison       )       That Senate establish a standing committee
Dr. MacDougall   )      on Continuing Education.
It was felt that Senate was not as well informed as it should be about
the hopes and problems of the Centre for Continuing Education and that
such a committee would serve that function.
Attention was drawn to a resolution passed by the Council for the
Centre for Continuing Education which stated that such a committee should
be set up in order to establish a closer relationship between Senate and
the non-credit educational activities conducted by the Centre.
In amendment:
Dean Volkoff  ) That Senate establish a standing committee
Dean Kenny    ) on the non-credit educational activities of
the Centre for Continuing Education. 6134.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Business arising from the Minutes
Committee on Continuing Education   (P.6105)    (continued)
In the following discussion it was agreed that the work of the committee
should not be restricted to the non-credit activities of the Centre.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate recommendations - subject,
where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of the
President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be
asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of such new programs.
(i) Course changes in Anthropology and Sociology, English, Political
Science and Psychology, and new courses in German, recommended
by the Faculty of Arts.    (P. 6110)
(ii) New courses, course and curriculum changes, recommended by the
Faculty of Education.    (P. 6111-15)
(iii)        New courses, course and curriculum changes, recommended by the
Faculty of Forestry.    (P. 6115-16)
(iv) New courses, course and curriculum changes in Architecture, Botany,
Civil Engineering, Education, Electrical Engineering, French,
Geography, Geology, German, Health Care and Epidemiology, Home
Economics, Linguistics, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering,
Microbiology, Physics, Plant Science, Slavonic Studies and Zoology,
recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.    (P. 6116-19)
(v) Course and curriculum changes recommended by the School of Home
Economics.    (P. 6119)
(vi) New courses and a course change recommended by the Faculty of
Law.    (P. 6119) 6135.
Wednesday, March 20,  1974.
From the Board of Governors   (continued)
(vii)       New courses and course changes recommended by the School of
Librarianship.    (P.6120)
(viii)      Course change recommended by the Faculty of Medicine.   (P. 6094)
(ix) Curriculum changes recommended by the School of Nursing.   (P. 6120)
(x) New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences.   (P. 6120-21)
(xi) New courses and course changes recommended by the School of
Physical Education and Recreation.    (P. 6121)
(xii)        Course changes recommended by the School of Social Work.   (P.6121)
(xiii)      New program leading to a Bachelor of Social Work Degree (B.S.W.)
(P.6095-6 & 6122)
Committee on  Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Mr. Gourlay      ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A '
Dean Gardner   ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Criticism was made concerning a scholarship to be awarded to a woman
student on the grounds of discrimination.
In amendment:
Mr. Smolensky  )        That the award not be accepted.
Mr. Burns )
Lost
The motion to accept the new awards was put and carried. 6136.
Wednesday, March 20,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Dr. Webber presented the report.   The committee made the following
recommendations:
Committee on Enrolment of Women Undergraduate and Graduate
Students
Dr. P. Merivale to replace Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff   (See P.6097)
Nominating Committee
Mrs. W. T. Lane to replace The Hon. Mr. Justice E. D. Fulton
Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing
Ms. B. Gene Errington and Dr. R. E. McConnell to replace
The Hon. Mr. Justice E. D. Fulton and Mr. D. B. Fields
Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Dr. I. S. Ross, Mr. G. A. Thorn and Mr. A. M. Smolensky to
be added to the membership
Committee on Extracurricular Activities
Miss E. B. Paul to be added to the membership
Dr. Webber   ) That the recommendations of the Nominating
Mr. Fields      ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Academic Building Needs
Dr. Kennedy presented the report which was concerned with the
Academic Building Needs of the University for the five-year period 1975-1980. 6137.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs   (continued)
The report dealt with procedures followed by the committee in obtaining
submissions on building deficiencies, analyzing these submissions and
reaching conclusions about the urgency of various requests.
One section of the report outlined the results of a survey of campus
needs and a further section dealt with proposed remedies for various
deficiencies.
Sixteen projects involving new construction were ranked in order of
urgency. The cost of bringing the campus this much closer to being well
housed by 1980 was estimated at about $45,000,000.
The Committee recommended the provision of the following net assignable
square feet (NASF) ranked in order of urgency:-
Education   60,000 NASF to look after a shortage of 40,000 NASF and to
allow the elimination of 20,000 NASF in huts.
Home Economics   12,000 NASF to relieve a severe shortage in the space
available to the School.
Psychology  An additional 22,000 NASF for this department, together
with some consolidation of its activities.
Soil Science   14,000 NASF of additional space.
Food Science   14,000 NASF of additional space, including 6,000 NASF
for a Pilot Food Processing Plant.
Plant Science  9,000 NASF of additional space including space for growth
rooms. 6138.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs   (continued)
Animal Science   7,000 NASF of additional space.
Poultry Science   5,000 NASF of additional space.
Chemistry and Physics   Provision of a new Molecular Sciences
Building to alleviate the combined shortage of 56,000 NASF for these
two departments.
Forestry Provision of 22,000 NASF to relieve the present overcrowding
and to allow graduate enrolment to rise to its natural level after several
years of holdbacks because of space limitations.
Mineral Engineering   Provision of an additional 5,000 NASF for Mineral
Engineering through modification and expansion of the Forward
(Metallurgy) Building to provide 17,000 NASF for the department while
releasing its present holdings of 12,000 NASF.
Music,  Theatre,   Fine Arts,  Creative Writing   Provision of 32,000
NASF in a new building that would be part of the Norman MacKenzie
Centre for the Fine Arts.   It will provide for the space shortages of
the four departments concerned, and allow the Creative Writing
Department to vacate its present site in Brock Hall.
Applied Science,   1st and 2nd years   Provision of 12,000 NASF,
possibly part of the Forward Building, to include teaching laboratories,
reading rooms, common rooms, and staff offices for the 1st and 2nd
year programs in Engineering.   About 6,000 NASF of reading rooms
and drafting rooms in the Civil Engineering Building would be released.
Agricultural Sciences - Ancillary Services   In addition to the space
assigned for Soil, Food, Plant, Animal and Poultry Science, the Faculty
had asked for 51,000 NASF for various ancillary units.   These include
additional greenhouses, a new field house, and buildings for animals
and poultry.   While recognizing the low quality of existing greenhouses,
the committee did not feel an adequate case had been made for the
extensive total construction proposed.   It appeared that something
approaching an Agricultural Research Station was being contemplated
and the committee felt a coherent plan of development should be
presented and approved before construction began. 6139.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs   (continued)
Storage Library   Provision of 10,000 NASF for a Storage Library to
retain little-used material from the expanding book collections, thus
extending by several years the capacity of the present system.
Fine Arts Gallery  A joint submission from the four departments in
the Fine Arts group proposed a new Fine Arts Gallery of 13,600 NASF
to replace the present inadequate gallery in the basement of the
Library.   It would provide space for the University's permanent
collection and for visiting exhibitions.   As well as providing students
in Fine Arts the chance to study art from the originals instead of from
looking at slides, it would be a source of instruction and enjoyment
to the whole University and the community.
The following shortages of space are shown by groups whose activities
are near the central part of the campus:
Architecture 3,000 NASF
Computer Science 4,000
Mathematics 4,000
Community & Regional Planning 1,000
International Relations 1,000
Westwater Research 3,000
Computing Centre 6,000
22,000 NASF
The 58,000 NASF being vacated in this region by Civil and Mechanical
Engineering, and Anthropology & Sociology is more than adequate to fill
these shortages and would allow the release of space in Duke Hall to be
used by Continuing Education to meet its present space deficit.
The Committee had not attempted to devise a detailed plan for this
reallocation of space and urged that planning take place by the Administration
in consultation with all groups involved. 6140.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs   (continued)
The shortage of space in Dentistry could be met by an added floor on
the Macdonald Bui Iding but it was felt that the question of possible expansion
of the Dental School should be settled before embarking on construction.
The committee supported the desire of Pharmaceutical Sciences for
renovations but did not recommend further construction.
Relief from space shortages in Microbiology appeared to depend on the
provision of new facilities for Nursing which would allow Microbiology to
expand in the Wesbrook Building.
Botany, Zoology, Animal Resource Ecology and Oceanography would
still have serious problems of quality and dispersal after completion of the
North Wing of Biological Sciences.   However, their remaining buildings
were expected to survive until 1980.
Dr. Kennedy    ) That the report of the Committee on
Dr. McDowell   ) Academic Building Needs be forwarded
to the President and to the Board of
Governors for their consideration and
decision and that the full transcript of
the debate within Senate also be forwarded
to the President and to the Board of
Governors for their consideration and
action. 6141.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs   (continued)
During the discussion of the report Dean Shaw referred to the figures
used by the committee in arriving at the space entitlement for the
Department of Animal Science.   The committee had stated that the present
space holdings were 16,000 sq. ft. and the space entitlement was 23,000
sq. ft. thereby arriving at the shortage of 7,000 sq. ft. which the
committee had recommended be assigned to the department.   However, the
Dean pointed out that the 16,000 sq. ft. consisted of 6,000 sq. ft. in the
MacMillan Building and 10,000 sq. ft. in ancillary spaces such as the mink
barn, the dairy unit and the cattle unit, etc., which could not be used for
laboratory work and teaching of the kind that one could do in a proper
laboratory setting.
It was stated that since the recommendations covered a five-year
period they would be reviewed by the committee during that time and
adjustments would be made accordingly.
In reply to a query it was stated that committee members had been
asked to take into consideration the importance of proposed new programs
in determining the urgency of proposed construction.
After further discussion of the report the motion was put and carried.
The Chairman thanked members of the committee for the excellent
report. 6142.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Education
(i)       Continuing Education course offerings   (See Appendix 'B')
A list of courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing
Education in Intersession 1974 had been circulated for information.
(ii)      Student representation   (P.6002)
Senate was advised that the Faculty of Education had agreed
that there be three student representatives from the School of
Physical Education and Recreation on the Faculty of Education;  two
from the Physical Education Division and one from the Recreation
Division.
Faculty of Law
Law School Admissions Test
At its meeting of November 12, 1969 Senate approved the proposal
of the Faculty of Law to introduce the Law School Admissions Test. The
Faculty were requested, however, to report to Senate on the effectiveness
of the Test as a predictor of success in the study of Law when sufficient
experience had been obtained on the campus to permit adequate
evaluation of the Test.
Dean McClean informed Senate that at a recent meeting the
Faculty of Law had passed the following resolution:- 6143.
Wednesday, March 20,  1974.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Law
Law School Admissions Test   (continued)
"That since the Law School Admissions Test, when used in
conjunction with undergraduate grades, provided the best
predictor presently available of law school performance, it
should continue to be used as an aid in evaluating applicants
and should be retained as a prerequisite for admission to the
Faculty of Law. "
During a brief debate it was agreed that the use of the Test
be continued but that this matter be brought before Senate for
further review in three years time.
School of Physical  Education and Recreation
Dr. Dennison    ) That the voting membership of the School
Dr. McGregor   ) of Physical Education and Recreation
include all Senior Instructors.
Carried
Faculty of Science
Continuing Education course offerings   (See Appendix 'B')
A list of courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing
Education had been circulated for information.
Evening program - Bachelor of Commerce Degree
Professor Gourlay presented a progress report on the development of
evening programs for part-time students in the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration. 6144.
Wednesday, March 20,  1974.
Evening program - Bachelor of Commerce Degree   (continued)
As well as evening programs of non-credit courses for specific groups
in business communities, the Faculty offers a number of courses in the
evening which do carry credit towards a degree.
Professor Gourlay reminded Senate that three years ago the Faculty
began offering the required courses for the pre-M.B.A. year in the evening.
Students coming in on a part-time basis had been extremely highly motivated
and the Faculty had not encountered problems with standards.
Because of Senate's action to encourage greater participation in degree
programs by part-time students the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration had decided that beginning in September they would schedule
one section of each of the required courses in the First and Second Years of
the B.Com. degree program in the evening, with a commitment to expand
offerings in subsequent years until they were offering one section of all of
the required degree courses in the evening.   In this way students who wished
could take courses in the evening and part-time students could complete a
full set of courses for the Bachelor's degree through evening lectures.
Other Business
The Chairman drew Senate's attention to a report entitled "Parent
Co-operative Day Care at UBC" which had been circulated for information.
He stated that the report gave a very good statement of what was taking place
and had been done with delightful humour. Pages 6145 - 6149
Restricted access - not scanned 6150.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
Bacon,  Donaldson and Associates Scholarship in Metallurgy   -
This scholarship, in the amount of $500, is provided by Bacon,
Donaldson and Associates, to encourage and support students in the
study of metallurgical engineering.   It may be awarded to a student
entering any year of the program in metallurgical engineering.   The
winner will be chosen on the basis of both academic ability and need,
by a committee chaired by the Head of the Department of Metallurgical
Engineering.   Candidates should make application not later than July
1st to the Department of Metallurgical Engineering, U.B.C.
Bacon,  Donaldson S Associates Ltd.   Bursaries   -   Bursaries to a
total of $500 will be provided by Bacon, Donaldson S Associates Ltd.,
to encourage and assist students in the Department of Mineral
Engineering.    Bursaries will be awarded on the recoommendation of
the Department of Mineral Engineering to students who require
financial assistance.   Application should be made to the Department
of Mineral Engineering by the end of September.   Those who are
assisted are asked to accept a moral obligation to reimburse the fund
when they are able to do so.
British Columbia Society of Occupational Therapists  Book Prize   -
This prize is offered by the British Columbia Society of Occupational
Therapists to a student in the graduating year for general proficiency
in Rehabilitation Medicine.
Canadian Physiotherapy Association   (B.  C   Branch)   Book Prize
This prize is offered by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
(B.C. Branch) for general proficiency in the final year of
Rehabilitation Medicine.
Canadian Physiotherapy Association Book Prize   -   This prize is
offered by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association to the student
with the highest standing in the final year of Rehabilitation Medicine. 6151.
Wednesday, March 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Alexander Lorraine Carruthers Scholarship in Engineering   -
to honour the memory of Alexander Lorraine Carruthers this
scholarship has been established by his wife, Winona Orr Carruthers
of Victoria, B. C    Alexander Lorraine Carruthers, who died on
September 11, 1971 at the age of 92, was truly a pioneer in the
development of British Columbia.   His name was associated with many
projects in the field of engineering.   He will be long remembered for
his outstanding services as a bridge engineer, chief engineer, and
Deputy Minister of Public Works of the Province of British Columbia.
This scholarship in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded annually to
a deserving undergraduate in Engineering.
David Alexander Clark,  M.D.,  Scholarship  -   A scholarship of
approximately $250, established by a bequest from the late Jessie E.
Clark, will be awarded annually to a graduate student in the field of
Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine.
The Jessie Evelyn Drew Clark Memorial  Fund Scholarship  -  A
scholarship of $250, established by a bequest from the late Jessie E.
Clark, will be awarded to a woman student in the field of International
Relations.
The Nathan Cyprus Bursary Fund   -   This fund, established through
a bequest from the late Nathan Cyprus, provides a bursary of
approximately $250 annually for deserving students.
The Abraham and Anna  Horen Prize   -  A prize of $50, established
by a bequest from the late Anna Horen, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine to a deserving medical
student. 6152.
Wednesday, March 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Geoff Matthews Memorial Award   -  A prize established as a
tribute to the late Dr. Geoffrey Matthews, Director of the Continuing
Education programme in Engineering, will be awarded annually to
the individual who, in the opinion of the selection Committee, has
made the greatest contribution during the year, to the growth,
development, and or promotion of Continuing Education for Engineers
in B.C. - with particular reference to activities pertaining to the
Diploma in Administration for Engineer Programmes.   The award will
be presented at the annual Diploma Programme graduation dinner
held each spring.
Friends of Dr.  J.   Lewis Robinson Bursary   -   This bursary of $100
per annum commemorates 25 years of lectures in Geography by Dr.
J. Lewis Robinson.   It is offered to a student who is proceeding from
the final year of a major in geography to graduate school, and who
has financial need.
The Marjorie Ellis Topping Memorial Medal   -   This medal,
established in memory of his wife by Dr. C Wesley Topping,
Professor Emeritus of Sociology, will be awarded to the most
outstanding student in the graduating class for the B.S.W. degree.
The winner will be determined by the School of Social Work. 6153.
Wednesday, March 20, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
(Intersession May-July 1974)
Education 478 (3)        Teaching English as a Second  Language
English 311   (3) Children's  Literature
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
(May-July 1974)
Marine Science 411  (3) Comparative Invertebrate Embryology
Marine Science 420 (3) Marine Phycology
(September 1974 to April 1975)
Physics 130 (3) Man's Energy Resources

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