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 Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2378
The third regular meeting of the Senate of the
University of British Columbia for the Session 1956-57 was
held on Wednesday, February 13th, 1957, at 8:00 p.m. in the
Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:  President N.A.M. MacKenzie (in the Chair),
Miss M. Agnew, Dr. J. Allardyce, Dean G.S. Allen, Dr. W.J.
Anderson, Dean G.C. Andrew, Dr. A.E. Birney, Miss CS.
Black, Dr. W.G. Black, Mr. C.B. Bourne, Dr. J.J.R. Campbell,
Dean S.N.F. Chant, The Honourable Mr. Justice J.V. Clyne,
Dr. D.H. Copp, Miss M. Cottingham, Dr. I.McT. Cowan, Dean
G.F. Curtis, Dean B.A. Eagles, Miss M.M. Fallis, Dean W.H.
Gage, Mr. C.C Gourlay, Dean H.C. Gunning, Dr. W.H. Hickman,
Dr. F.H. Johnson, Dr. F.A. Kaempffer, Mr. F.M. Knapp, Mr.
L.J. Ladner, Colonel H.T. Logan, The Honourable Mr. Justice
A.E. Lord, Dr. J.R. Mcintosh, Dean E.D. MacPhee, Dean A.W.
Matthews, Dean M.D. Mawdsley, Mr. F.A. Morrison, Dean J.W.
Patterson, Mr. W.O. Richmond, Dr. W.N. Sage, Dean N.V. Scarfe,
Dr. R.F. Sharp, Dr. H.V. Warren, Dr. R.W. Wellwood, Mr.
L.G.J. Wong, Dr. C.A.H. Wright and Dr. J.K. Friesen.
Messages of regret for their inability to be
present were received from Chancellor Sherwood Lett, Mr. J.M.
Buchanan, Mr. K.P. Caple, Mr. L.G.R. Crouch, Mr. B.C. Gillie,
Dr. A.E. Grauer, Major H.C. Holmes, Mr. J.S. Keate, Dr. H.R.
Robertson, Dean G.M. Shrum, Dean F.H. Soward and Rev. H.F.
Woodhouse. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2379
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Sage )
Dean Gage)  That the minutes of the second regular
meeting of Senate for the Session 1956-57,
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried.
Memorial to Dr. 0. J. Todd
The Committee on Memorial Minutes had prepared a
memorial statement to Dr. 0. J. Todd, as follows:
Otis Johnson Todd. A.B.. Ph.D.(Harvard). F.R.S.C
With deep sorrow and regret the Senate records
its sense of loss in the death on January 16, 1957,
of Dr. Otis Johnson Todd, Professor Emeritus of
Classics, at the age of 73. A graduate of Harvard,
(A.B. Summa cum laude. 1906, with Highest Final
Honours in Classics, Ph.D. in Classics, 1914), for
34 years he devoted his great talents as Scholar,
Teacher and Administrator, to the University of
British Columbia.
He was first appointed to U.B.C. as Assistant
Professor of Classics in 1918. Two years later he
became Associate Professor; in 1922 he was made
Professor of Greek, and in 1932, Professor of
Classics.  He succeeded Dr. Lemuel Robertson as
Head of the Department in 1941, and he continued
his work as teacher for three years after his
retirement in 1949.
He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa (1905), The
American Philological Association, and the Classical
Association of the Pacific States, Northern Section,
of which he was President, 1939-40. He was elected
Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1942.
He read widely and deeply in the literature of
Greece and Rome, a fact to which his numerous articles
in classical journals bear ample evidence.  In 1922
was published, in the Loeb Classical Library, his
edition and translation of Xenophon's 'Banquet* and
Socrates* 'Defence to the Jury*.
While a student at Harvard he formed a close
acquaintance with the eminent Greek Scholar, John
Williams White, with whom he began work on an Index
J Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2380
to Aristophanes.  Twenty years later, in 1932, Dr.
Todd completed this work which was published in
that year by the Harvard Press.
His University interests and activities always
extended beyond the class room and his own professional
field of study.  To the Classics Club, he and Mrs.
Todd gave open-hearted hospitality in their home.
He served as a member of the Senate from 1941 to
1948 and of numerous University Committees. As
Secretary of the Extension Committee, he had much
to do with formulating and carrying out U.B.C.
policy in the period before an Extension Department
came into existence. For many years, also, he
rendered outstanding service as a member of the
Ceremonies Committee and of the Board of Examiners.
In sports, there are probably few University
teachers in Canada, other than Physical Educationists,
who have contributed more to the development of
amateur games, inside and outside the University,
whether as participant, Executive Counsellor, or
Spectator. Until quite recently he continued to
play Tennis and Badminton. He served on the U.B.C.
Athletic Awards Committee and was an Honorary
Member of the Big Block Club. His interest centred
in Association Football, in which game five of his
six sons played for the U.B.C Thunderbirds, and a
grandson won his Big Block last year. His
contribution to Football was recognized by his
election, in 1947 and again in 1948, as President,
Dominion of Canada Football Association.
All his six sons are graduates of U.B.C:
Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan Kent, D.S.O., (B.A.*28),
Alan Lownds, (B.A.*42), David Park. (B.A. '34,
B.Ed. »48), Laurie Paul, (B.A. '35). Douglas
(B.A. '41), and Stuart, (B.S.A. '48); his daughter,
Lois (Mrs. Stanley Barker) is a non-graduate
Alumna. A grandson, Stanley Barker, (B.A.*55), is
a graduate assistant in the Departments of
Mathematics and Physics; two grandsons and a
granddaughter are undergraduates this year.
To his widow, Mrs. Helen Todd, and to his
family, members of Senate send an expression of
their deepest sympathy.
Colonel Logan)
Dr. Sage    )  That this statement be approved and
spread on the minutes of Senate, and
that a copy be sent to Mrs. Todd and
her family.
Carried. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2381
Notice of Election of Representative
on Senate of St. Mark's College
The Secretary read a letter dated January 16th,
1957, from the Registrar of St. Mark's College, stating that
in accordance with Section 57 of the University Act, the
Very Reverend H. Carr had been appointed representative on
Senate of that College.  It was noted that this appointment
would be for a three-year term, ending January, 1960.
From the Board of Governors
Approval of Recommendations
of Senate
Notice was received that the Board of Governors,
at the meeting on January 3rd, 1957, had approved the
following as recommended by Senate on December 12th, 1956:
New awards
New courses and changes in courses
Increase in programme in the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration
Courses for the 1957 Summer Session
Courses in Education at the Victoria College 1957
Summer Session.
Acceptance of Awards. Subject
to Approval of Senate
The Board of Governors reported acceptance on
January 3rd and January 28th, 1957, of the following new
awards and changes in awards, subject to the approval of
Senate:
The P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter A.M. Bursary
The Signus Club of Vancouver Prize
British Columbia Transformer Co. Ltd. Scholarship in
Electrical Engineering
The Triple Entente Chapter, I.O.D.E. Bursary
Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Bursaries Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2382
Bunston Ltd. Scholarship in Electrical Engineering
The Ingledow Scholarships in Engineering (replacing
four prizes)
British Columbia Lumber Manufacturers* Association -
increase in value of Canadian Forest Industries
Entomological Scholarship
Alaska Pine and Cellulose Limited Scholarship in
Mechanical Engineering (change of title)
Home Economics First Year Prize (increase in value)
The Admiral Jellicoe Chapter, I.O.D.E. Bursary
(increase in value)
Gill Interprovincial Lines and Southern Freightways
Corporation Scholarship
The Royal City Chapter, I.O.D.E. Bursary
The KVOS - TV Scholarships
The H. C LePatourel Fellowship in Hospital Pharmacy
The Poulenc Scholarship in Pharmacy
The Poulenc Gold Medal
The Civil Defence Prize
The Dr. Evlyn Fenwick Farris Graduate Scholarship in
Education
The B. C. Indian Arts and Welfare Society Memorial
Scholarships
The Ayerst, McKenna and Harrison Limited Medical
Scholarships
Kiwanis Club of Vancouver Prize (increase in value)
Kiwanis Club Scholarship (increase in value)
B. C. Dietetic Association Scholarship in Home Economics
(change of title)
California Standard Company Scholarships (change in terms).
Annual Values of Endowed Awards
The Board of Governors reported establishment of
the following annual values for new awards available from
endowment funds:
Richard Claxton Palmer Memorial Scholarship $240.00
Don Buckland Memorial Scholarship in Forest
Pathology 65.00
Dr. Roland E. Myers Scholarship 275.00
Dr. W. A. Whitelaw Memorial Scholarship 200.00
Maurice Taylor Memorial Scholarship 250.00
Zella Collins Scholarship 25.00.
The Board also reported that a number of changes
in annual values of other awards had resulted from the
formation of an endowment pool. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2383
Donations to Existing Funds
For information of Senate, the Board reported
acceptance of donations of $500.00 to the Walter D. Frith
Student Aid Fund, $25.00 to the Special Bursaries Fund, and
$1,000.00 to the Dr. A.W.D. (Bill) Knox Memorial Fund.
Proposed Amendment to the
University Act. Section 57
The Board of Governors had considered a proposal
from the Alumni Association to request an amendment to
Section 57 of the University Act, increasing the membership
of Senate by three representatives of the Alumni Association.
The Board had agreed not to object to this proposed amendment
if it met with the approval of Senate.
The Secretary of Senate read a letter dated
February 5th, 1957, from the Chairman of the Constitutional
and Legal Committee of the Alumni Association, asking the
Senate to consider an addition to Section 57 of the University
Act in the following terms: "Three members to be appointed
by the Board of Management of the Alumni Association of the
University".
In commenting on the proposal, Mr. Justice Lord
stated his understanding that the Board of Management wished
to appoint one representative annually, for a three-year term.
Mr. Justice Lord)
Dean Andrew    )  That Senate approve the request of
the Alumni Association for an amendment to the University Act, to add
to the membership of Senate three
members to be appointed by the Board
of Management of the Alumni Association; Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2384
and that the Board of Governors be
authorized to apply for the
appropriate amendment in due course.
Carried.
Public Library Commission
The Board of Governors had referred to the Senate,
for information, a Progress Report of the Committee on
Library Education to the Public Library Commission, with
accompanying recommendation from the Commission that the
University should organize and conduct a school for the
training of professional librarians.
Dean Andrew )
Dean MacPhee) That the report be received and referred
to the Senate Library Committee for
study and a detailed report to Senate
in due course.
Carried.
From the Joint Board of the
College of Education
Double Majors in Secondary
Programme for B.Ed. Degree
The Joint Board of the College of Education had
recommended that Senate be asked to approve in principle
double majors in the B.Ed, secondary programme in Industrial
Arts, Art, Physical Education, Commerce, Home Economics and
Music, and the granting of up to 30 units of credit for them
on approved work completed outside this University.
Dean Scarfe)
Dean Gage )  That Senate approve in principle double
majors in the Bachelor of Education
secondary programme in Industrial Arts,
Art, Commerce, Physical Education, Home
Economics and Music, and the granting
of up to 30 units of credit on approved Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2385
work in these fields completed outside
this University, each case to be given
individual consideration.
Carried.
It was understood that, in general, credit would
be allowed only for work completed prior to the establishment of the College and Faculty of Education.
Co-ordination of College
of Education Staff with
other Departments
In a letter dated January 29th, 1957, the Joint
Board reaffirmed its policy of co-ordinating the staff of
the College, in so far as possible, with other Departments
in the University.
Mr. Justice Lord)
Dr. Wright     ) That the Senate express its
approval of this policy and record
this approval in the minutes of
Senate.
Carried.
From the Faculties and Schools
Calendar Changes for 1957-58
Dean Gage, Chairman, presented the report of the
Calendar Committee. Proposed Calendar changes in all
Faculties for the Session 1957-58 had been circulated in
mimeographed form.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Dean Gage pointed out that the majority of course
changes for Graduate Studies were included in the recommendations of other Faculties.  However, certain revisions in Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2386
the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in
Education were recommended, and a separate degree of Master
of Education was proposed with a more generalized programme
than in the case of the M.A.
Dean Gage )
Dean Scarfe) That the degree of Master of Education
be approved, as outlined.
Carried.
Ph.D. in Romance Studies
The Department of Romance Studies and the Faculty
of Graduate Studies had submitted an outline of courses
leading to the degree of Ph.D. in the fields of French
literature and French Canadian literature.  It was noted
that the specific new courses would be presented to Senate
for approval at such time as a candidate for the degree
might enrol.
Dean Gage )
Dean Andrew)  That the Senate approve, and recommend to
the Board of Governors, the offering of
a Ph.D. course in Romance Studies, in the
subject fields of French literature and
French Canadian literature.
Carried.
Other proposed Calendar changes in the Faculty of
Graduate Studies were of a minor nature. Among them was a
recommendation that Oceanography 502 be discontinued.
Dean Gage)
Dr. Cowan)  That the Calendar material for the Faculty
of Graduate Studies for the Session 1957-58
be approved, as recommended.
Carried. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2387
Faculty of Arts and Science
Bachelor of Science Degree
The Faculty of Arts and Science had prepared a
curriculum for the proposed degree of Bachelor of Science,
which had been referred to that Faculty by Senate on
October 17th, 1956.  The Faculty recommended that, at the
discretion of the Departments concerned, a student might
proceed to the B.Sc. degree in the fields of Bacteriology,
Biochemistry (Honours), Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Geology,
Mathematics (Applied), Physics, Physiology (Honours) and
Zoology; in either General or Honours courses except where
specifically noted. The general regulations pertaining to
the B.A. degree would apply to the B.Sc.  Curriculum requirements included the following:
First Year - English 100 and 101, Language (other than
English), Mathematics 101, 6 units of Science courses,
and compulsory Physical Education.
Second Year - Non-Science elective, general elective,
9 units of Science courses, special Honours elective
if applicable, and compulsory Physical Education.
Third and Fourth Years - at least 6 units of courses
in the humanities to be included.
Dean Gage)
Dr. Cowan)  That Senate approve the offering of the
degree of Bachelor of Science in the
Faculty of Arts and Science, in accordance
with the curriculum outlined.
Carried.
Changes in Courses
In addition to re-numbering of courses and
re-wording of course descriptions, the following new courses
and deletions of courses were recommended: New Courses
Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2388
Asian Studies 101 (3) - Basic Chinese
Asian Studies 301 (3) - Introduction to Chinese Literature
Biology 420 (3) - Biogeography
Chemistry 543 (l) - Recent Synthetic Methods in
Organic Chemistry
Comparative Literature 502 (3) - Mimesis
Comparative Literature 503    - Epic Poetry
French 406 (3) - The French Novel from 1600 to 1735
French 504 (3) - Literary Criticism
Geology 541 (3) - Paleobotany
Italian 100 (3) - Basic Italian
Italian 310 (3) - Italian Civilization
Mathematics 510 (2) - Analytical Matrix Theory
Mathematics 523 (2) - Computation Methods
Sociology 305 (li) - Kinship and Primary Groups
Sociology 306 (li) - Socialization and Social Roles
Sociology 310 (3) - Small Groups and Complex Organization
Sociology 315 (3) - Stratification
Sociology 400 (3) - Deviance
Zoology 517 (2) - Quantitative Methods in Zoology
Zoology 540 (l) - Marine Field Course
Courses Discontinued
Biology 540 (3) -
Chemistry 531 (l)
Chemistry 532 (1)
Chemistry 534 (1)
Chemistry 535 (l)
Chemistry 536 (1)
Chemistry 539 (1)
Economics 401 (3)
Economics 440 (3)
Physics 110 (3) -
Sociology 410 (3)
Advanced Cytology
- Stereochemistry
- Heterocyclic Compounds and Alkaloids
- Conjugated Systems and Aromatic
Character
- Polynuclear Hydrocarbons
- Isoprenoid Compounds
- Seminar in Organic Chemistry
- Business Cycles
- Honours Seminar
General Physics
- Analysis of Small Groups.
Dean Gage)
Dr. Cowan)
That the new courses and changes in courses
recommended for the Departments in the
Faculty of Arts and Science for the
Session 1957-58 be approved.
Carried.
School of Physical Education
The School of Physical Education requested approval
of the following new courses, to be offered primarily in the
Summer Session: Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2389
Physical Education 101 (l) - Gymnastic Activities for
the Elementary School
Physical Education 104 (i) - Fundamentals of Movement
Physical Education 250 (J) - Track and Field
Physical Education 490 (li) - Community Recreation.
Revision in the regulations governing compulsory
physical education was awaiting the recommendation of the
Committee considering that question.
Dean Gage  )
Dean Andrew)  That the calendar material for the
School of Physical Education for the
Session 1957-58, including new courses,
be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Applied Science
Dean Gage commented that most of the changes in
the Calendar material for the Faculty of Applied Science
were in revisions of curricula for different options, or
re-numbering of courses. The following course changes
were recommended:
New Courses
Chemistry 457 - Advanced Physical Chemistry
Civil Engineering 559 (3) - Numerical Procedures in
Structural Analysis
Mechanical Engineering 479 - Thermal Power
Mechanical Engineering 491 - Industrial Engineering
Metallurgy 374 - Principles of Physical Metallurgy
Metallurgy 561 (1) - Nuclear Metallurgy
Metallurgy 573 (l) - Structures and Properties of
Grain Boundaries
Metallurgy 580 (1) - Principles of Metal Fabrication
Courses Discontinued
Chemical Engineering 360 - Chemical Engineering
Laboratory
Mechanical Engineering 357 - Production Methods
Mechanical Engineering 365 - Dynamics of Machines
Mechanical Engineering 471 - Prime Movers
Mechanical Engineering 475 - Steam Power Plants Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2390
Mechanical Engineering 477 - Heating, Ventilating and
Air Conditioning
Metallurgy 554 - Theory of Metal Reactions
Metallurgy 556 - Structure of Metal Compounds
Metallurgy 560 - Research Methods
Metallurgy 576 - Magnetic Properties of Metals.
Dean Gage  )
Dean Gunning)  That the Calendar material for the
Departments in the Faculty of Applied
Science for the Session 1957-58 be
approved.
Carried.
School of Architecture
Dean Gage  )
Dean Gunning)
That the Calendar material for the
School of Architecture for the
Session 1957-58 be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Agriculture
In addition to re-wording of course descriptions,
the following changes in courses were recommended:
New Courses
Agricultural Economics 402 (3) - Production Functions
and Linear Programming
500 (1-3) - Graduate Seminar
530 (3) - Directed Studies
549 (5-6) - Master's Thesis
Landscape Materials (for
students in Architecture)
Plant Science 300 (li) - Field Studies and Practices in
Crop Production
- Advanced Plant Pathology
General Forest Soils
Soil Physics
Soil Science 404 (li) - Soil Chemistry
Soil Science 405 (li) - Laboratory Methods.
Agricultural Mechanics
Agricultural Mechanics
Agricultural Mechanics
Horticulture 216 (li) ■
Plant Science 509 (3-5)
Soil Science 203 (2) -
Soil Science 403
(1*) "
Courses Discontinued
Soil Science 313 (li) - Physical Properties of Soils
Soil Science 415 (3) - Chemical Properties of Soil.
A Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2391
Dean Gage )
Dean Eagles)  That the Calendar material for the
Faculty of Agriculture for the
Session 1957-58 be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Medicine
The Faculty of Medicine recommended establishment
of a new course, Pharmacology 514 - Neuropharmacology, and
minor revisions in other courses.
Dean Gage )
Mr. Ladner)  That the Calendar material for the Faculty
of Medicine for the Session 1957-58 be
approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Pharmacy
The Faculty of Pharmacy recommended the establishment of a new course, Pharmacy 421 (2) - Hospital Pharmacy
Administration.
Dean Gage   )
Dean Matthews)  That the Calendar material for the
Faculty of Pharmacy for the
Session 1957-58 be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Forestry
Minor revisions in curriculum were recommended,
and the establishment of a new course, Forestry 465 (2) -
Advanced Forest Management.
Dean Gage )
Dean Allen)  That the Calendar material for the Faculty
of Forestry for the Session 1957-58 be
approved.
Carried. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957
Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration
Recommendations for the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration included re-wording of Calendar
descriptions, re-numbering and re-valuing of courses, and
the following course changes:
New Courses
- Fundamentals of Business
■ Managerial Accounting
• Pharmacy Accounting
- Merchandising and Distribution
- Real Estate
- Estate Planning
• Industrial Organization
■ Controls
- Business Taxation
- Distribution Cost Analysis
- Case Problems in Finance
- Production Control Systems
- Government and Business
2392
Commerce
190
(3)
Commerce
352
(3)
Commerce
358
(2)
Commerce
361
(3)
Commerce
374
di)
Commerce
375
di)
Commerce
381
(3)
Commerce
454
(3)
Commerce
456
di)
Commerce
459
di)
Commerce
471
(3)
Commerce
483
m
Commerce
494
Courses primarily for Graduate Students
(selection to be made each year)
Commerce
520 (
,1*) "
Seminar
in
Commerce
522 (
di) -
Seminar
in
Commerce
540 (
,1*) -
Seminar
in
Commerce
551 (
d)  -
Seminar
in
Commerce
552 i
a)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
553 (
a)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
554 I
a)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
555 (
d)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
561 I
a)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
565 (
;i)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
566 (
,D   -
Seminar
in
Analysis
Commerce
576 (
a)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
577 (
d)   -
Seminar
in
Commerce
580 1
di) -
Seminar
in
Commerce
591 (
at) -
Seminar
in
Commerce
592 1
a_0 -
Seminar
in
Courses Discont]
mued
Human Relations
Labour Relations
Transportation
Accounting History
Income Determination
Accounting Standards
the Controllership Function
Data Processing
Pricing
Sales Forecasting
Quantitative Market
Investment Management
Financial Management
Production
Business Policy
Business Administration
Commerce 375 (3)
Commerce 493 (3)
Commerce 540 (3)
Commerce 568 (3)
- General Insurance
- Financial Management
- Graduate Seminar
- Sales Management. Dean Gage  )
Dean MacPhee)
Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2393
That the Calendar material for the
Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration for the Session 1957-58
be approved.
Carried.
College and Faculty
of Education
Recommendations from the College and Faculty of
Education included re-wording of Calendar descriptions,
re-numbering of courses, and the following additions and
deletions of courses:
New Courses
Education 202
Education 203
Education 206
Education 330
Education 333
Education 336
Education 365
Education 390
Education 410
Education 411
Education 412
Education 415
Education 490
Education 491
Education 507
Education 508
Education 515
Education 516
Education 517
Education 518
Education 519
Education 540
3) - Introduction to Education for
Secondary Teachers
6) - Teaching the Common Branches with
Primary Grades emphasis
li) - Speech Training and Voice Production
3) - The British Columbia School System
3) - Special Problems in Pre-school
Education
3) - Modern Theories in Pre-school
Education
3) - Teaching French in the Elementary
School
3) - Librarianship.  Sources of Information
3) - An Introduction to School Administration
3) - Guidance and Counselling Services
in School
3) - An Introduction to Adult Education
3) - Research in the Teaching of Reading
3) - The Library in School
3) - Librarianship
3) - Review of Research in Methods in
Organization
3 or more) - Review of Research in Methods
of Teaching Specific School Subjects
3) - Historical and Comparative
Foundations of Adult Education
3) - Communications in Mass Media in
Adult Education
3) - Health Education in Schools
3) - Psychology of Adult Learning
3) - History of Canadian Education
3) - Research in Audio-Visual Education
J Wednesday, February 13th, 1957
Education 564 (3) - Research Problems in Curriculum
Organization
- Principles of Elementary Education
- Advanced Seminar in Adult Education
- Advanced Educational Statistics.
2394
Education 567 (3)
Education 583 (3)
Education 584 (3)
Cour s esDiscon tinued
Education 105
Education 106
Education 302
Education 509
Education 529
Education 532
Education 534
Education 561
- Post-sessional course
- Health and Physical Education for
Elementary Teachers
(3) - Classroom Administration and Control
(3) - High School Methods
Psychology
of Adolescence
of School Subjects
and Remedial Instruction,
(3) - Educational
(li) - Psychology
(li) - Psychology
(l§) - Diagnostic
Further changes requested in courses offered in
the Faculty of Arts and Science for credit in the Faculty
of Education included:
New Courses
Fine Arts 302 (3)
Fine Arts 303 (3)
Fine Arts 305 (3)
Fine Arts 307 (3)
Fine Arts 407 (3)
Courses Discontinued
- Drawing and Painting
- Ceramics and Modelling I
- Design I
- Graphic Arts I
- Graphic Arts II
Fine Arts 301 (3) - History and Criticism of Art
Fine Arts 404 (3) - Print Making
Music 200 (3)    - Basic Musicianship.
Dean Gage  )
Dean Scarfe)
Dean Gage ^
Dean Curtis,
That the Calendar material for the
Faculty and College of Education, and
for those courses offered in the
Faculty of Arts and Science on behalf
of the Faculty and College of
Education, be approved.
Carried.
That the Calendar material and the
changes in Calendar for the Session
1957-58 be approved, and that the
Chairman of the Calendar Committee be
authorized to make minor editorial Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2395
changes as necessary after consultation
with the Chairman of Senate, the
Registrar, and the Deans concerned.
Carried.
Recommendation for Withdrawal
The Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration,
at the meeting on January 28th, 1957, had recommended that
Mr. John Kondrosky, who had failed in the Christmas
examinations, be required to withdraw from the University
for the remainder of the present Session.
Dean MacPhee)
Mr. Wong   )  That this recommendation for withdrawal
be confirmed.
Carried.
Revised Constitution for
Women's Athletic Committee
Copies of a revised constitution for the Women's
Athletic Committee had been circulated prior to the meeting.
Dean Mawdsley commented that one of the purposes of the
revision was to bring the constitution more into line with
that of the Men's Athletic Committee.
Dean Mawdsley)
Dean MacPhee )  That the revised constitution for the
Women's Athletic Committee be adopted.
Carried.
Reports of Committees
Prizes. Scholarships
and Bursaries
Awards
Copies of a list of awards made from October 31st,
1956 to February 13th, 1957, had been circulated prior to Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2396
the meeting.
Dean Gage)
Mr. Knapp)  That formal approval be given to these
awards as recommended.
Carried.
New Awards and Changes
in Awards
Acceptance of the following new awards and changes
in awards was recommended to Senate under the terms of
award indicated:
The P.E.O. Sisterhood. Chapter A.M. Bursary
A bursary of $50.00, the gift of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter A.M., will be awarded to a woman
student in the Faculty of Education who is proceeding
to a certificate or a degree in the teaching field.
The award will normally be made to a student in the
First Year but if she maintains satisfactory standing
she will be given consideration for a renewal in
successive years of her course.  In selecting the
winner consideration will be given to financial
need, academic standing and promise in the field
of teaching.
The Signus Club of Vancouver Prize
A prize of $75.00, donated by the Signus Club of
Vancouver in honour of its founder Mrs. William
McDiarmid Holland, is offered annually in the
Faculty of Medicine.  It will be awarded to the
graduating student who, in the opinion of the
Faculty, has submitted the best graduation thesis
on a subject in the field of cerebral palsy.
The Triple Entente Chapter. I.O.D.E.
Bursary for Hungarian Students
A bursary of $100.00, the gift of the Triple
Entente Chapter, I.O.D.E., is offered in the
Session 1957-58 to a Hungarian refugee.  It will
be awarded to a promising and deserving student
who is selected on the basis of academic and
personal qualities. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2397
Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Bursary No. 2
(new bursary)
A bursary of $200.00, provided annually by the
Alumnae of Kappa Kappa Gamma, is offered to a
woman undergraduate in any year and faculty who
has good scholastic standing and has need of
financial assistance.  The award will be made by
the Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes, Scholarships,
and Bursaries, in consultation with the Dean of
Women.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Bursary No. 1
(revised wording)
A bursary of $100.00, provided annually from the
proceeds of an endowment fund donated by the
Alumnae of Kappa Kappa Gamma, is offered annually
to a woman undergraduate in any year and faculty
who has good scholastic standing and has need of
financial assistance.  The award will be made by
the Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes, Scholarships,
and Bursaries, in consultation with the Dean of
Women.
Bunston Ltd. Scholarship in Electrical
Engineering
A scholarship of $300.00, the gift of Bunston Ltd.,
is offered to a student who has completed the
Third Year of Engineering and is entering the Final
Year.  The award will be made to a student who has
high academic standing and who has shown aptitude
and interest in the practical and theoretical
aspects of the courses.  In selecting the winner
preference will be given to a student who has a
particular interest in the Power Engineering field.
British Columbia Transformer Co. Ltd.
Scholarship in Electrical Engineering
A scholarship of $250.00, the gift of British
Columbia Transformer Co. Ltd., is offered to
students proceeding to their final or next to
final year in the field of electrical engineering.
The award will be made to a student with high
academic standing.  In selecting the winner,
however, consideration will also be given to
personal qualities and character and to demonstrated
aptitude in both the theoretical and practical
aspects of engineering. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2398
The Ingledow Scholarships in Engineering
(replacing the Ingledow Prizes)
Two scholarships of $100.00 each, the gift of Dr.
T. Ingledow, P. Eng., are offered annually to
students in the engineering B.A.Sc. course. One
of these scholarships will be awarded in the
spring to a student completing the Second Year
and the other in the fall to a student entering
the First Year.  They will be awarded to students
of outstanding merit and promise. The winner of
the Second Year scholarship must be an engineering
pupil of the Association of Professional Engineers
of British Columbia, and the winner of the First
Year scholarship will be required to enroll before
receiving the award.
Gill Interprovincial Lines and Southern
Freightways Corporation Scholarship
A scholarship of $250.00, gift of Gill Interprovincial
Lines Ltd. and Southern Freightways Corporation Ltd.,
is offered annually to students in Commerce and
Business Administration. This scholarship is open
to students who are completing the Third Year and
are proceeding to the final year, who have outstanding
academic records, and are specializing in finance,
or economics and political science. The winner will
be selected by the Faculty on the basis of academic
standing, personal qualities and promise.  During
the Final Year the recipient will be required to
undertake study, investigation or research in an
area related to the field of highway transportation.
The Royal City Chapter. I.O.D.E. Bursary
A bursary of $50.00, the gift of the Royal City
Chapter, I.O.D.E., is offered to students in any
year and faculty. The bursary will be awarded
to a student who has good academic standing and
who is deserving of assistance.
The KVOS - TV Scholarships
A scholarship or scholarships to the total of
$200.00, the gift of KVOS - TV, are offered in the
Faculty of Arts and Science.  These scholarships
will be awarded to students in the field of the
humanities or the social sciences, with preference
being given to those who have a special interest
in journalism, communication, or related areas of
study. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2399
The H. C LePatourel Fellowship in Hospital
Pharmacy
This fellowship of five hundred dollars, provided
annually from the estate of the late H. C LePatourel,
is available for graduates of the Faculty of Pharmacy
who intend to further their practical training
through one year of hospital pharmacy internship.
The award will be made by the Faculty, after
consultation with the hospital concerned, to a
student who not only has a good academic record
but has shown interest and promise in the field of
hospital pharmacy.
The Poulenc Scholarship in Pharmacy
A scholarship of $250.00 the gift of Poulenc Limited,
Montreal, will be awarded annually to the student
who has the most outstanding record in the biological
sciences courses of the First and Second Years and
who is proceeding to the final year in Pharmacy.
The Poulenc Gold Medal
A gold medal, presented by Poulenc Limited, Montreal,
will be awarded annually to the student graduating
with the highest standing in the Pharmacology course.
The Civil Defence Prize
An award, giving the opportunity to attend the
Civil Defence Pharmacists* Indoctrination Course
at the Civil Defence College, Arnprior, Ontario,
with all expenses paid, will be available to a
student who has shown outstanding interest in the
series of Civil Defence lectures given in the
Faculty.
The Dr. Evlyn Fenwick Farris Graduate
Scholarship in Education
A scholarship of $200.00, the gift of the University
Women's Club of Vancouver, is offered annually to
women students beginning or continuing graduate
studies at this University in the winter session
towards an advanced degree in education. This
scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who
has completed all the undergraduate prerequisites
for the graduate programme and who, in the opinion
of the Dean of Education and his colleagues, is
best qualified in terms of her personal qualities,
academic record, experience in teaching or allied
fields, and promise in research.  In special cases, Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2400
the winner may be permitted to use the scholarship
for approved graduate study in the field of
education at another University.  Application, on
forms available at the Office of the Dean of
Administrative and Inter-Faculty Affairs, must be
submitted not later than March 15th.
The B. C Indian Arts and Welfare
Society Memorial Scholarships
Two scholarships of $50.00 each, offered by the
B. C Indian Arts and Welfare Society in memory
of the native Indians who gave their lives in
World War II, will be awarded annually to the
two native Indian students entering the University
each year with the highest academic qualifications.
Applicants must be legally Indian, and must apply
by letter to the Dean of Administrative and Inter-
Faculty Affairs, University of British Columbia,
not later than August 1st, enclosing a transcript
of their standings in High School Graduation
(University Entrance) subjects.  Winners will be
selected by the Scholarship Committee of the
University, in consultation with the Executive
of the B. C Indian Arts and Welfare Society.
Presentation of the awards will be made at the
beginning of session.
The Averst. McKenna and Harrison
Limited Medical Scholarships
Scholarships to the total of $200.00, the gift of
Ayerst, McKenna and Harrison Limited, Montreal,
are offered to students in the Faculty of Medicine.
In May, 1957, two scholarships of $100.00 will be
awarded to the students obtaining highest standing
in the First Year in Anatomy and Biochemistry
respectively.
The A. Rothstein Memorial Bursary
This bursary of annual value of $100.00, in
memory of the late Mr. A. Rothstein, will be
awarded to an undergraduate in any year or
faculty who has good scholastic standing and
is in need of financial assistance.
The Burrard Dry Dock Company Limited
Entrance Scholarship
Burrard Dry Dock Company Limited, North Vancouver,
offers annually a scholarship of $1,000.00 to
students proceeding from Grade XII or Grade XIII to Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2401
a full course of study at the University of British
Columbia in any course leading to a degree.  To be
eligible for consideration a candidate must be the
son, daughter, or legal dependent of (a) an employee
who has served with the Company for at least three
continuous years and is still so employed when the
award is initially made; or (b) an employee who,
having served with the Company for at least three
continuous years, has retired, or has become totally
disabled, or has died. Selection of the winner
will be made by the University on the basis of
academic standing and promise, interest and
participation in school and community affairs,
personal qualities, and other factors.  Each
scholarship will be paid in four annual instalments
of $250.00 each, subject to satisfactory standing
and attendance at the University.  Candidates must
apply on special forms, which may be obtained from,
and must be returned to, the Personnel Department
of the Company before May 30th.  The applications
will be forwarded by the Company to the University.
The Yarrows Limited Entrance Scholarship
A scholarship of $1,000.00 for sons, daughters, or
legal dependents of employees of Yarrows Limited,
Victoria, is offered annually under terms and
conditions identical to those of the Burrard Dry
Dock Company Limited Scholarship.  If the winner
so desires, however, attendance at Victoria
College will be accepted in lieu of attendance
at the University for the first and/or second
year of University studies.  Candidates must apply
on special forms which may be obtained from, and
must be returned to Yarrows Limited before May 30th.
Selection of the winner will be made by the
University in consultation with Victoria College.
The Dr. H. B. King Memorial Scholarship
in Education
This scholarship of $150.00 has been established by
the British Columbia School Inspectors Association
as a memorial to Dr. H. B. King, who from 1939 to
1945 was Chief Inspector of Schools for British
Columbia.  For many years prior to 1939 Dr. King
also served the Province of British Columbia with
distinction and devotion as a teacher and principal,
and as a technical adviser with the Department of
Education.  This scholarship will be awarded to a
student who is proceeding to a degree or certificate
in the teaching field and is taking a full course
in the Second Year at the College of Education Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2102
(Vancouver or Victoria). The award will be made
on the basis of academic standing, personal qualities,
interest and participation in school and community
affairs, aptitude for teaching, and other factors.
Applications, on forms obtainable from the Dean of
Administrative and Inter-Faculty Affairs, must be
submitted to the University not later than June 30th.
C V. Mosby Company Prizes
Five prizes, each consisting of a choice of a book
up to the value of $20.00, are offered annually
by C. V. Mosby Company, St. Louis, Missouri, to
medical students showing excellence or promise in
a field or fields of their studies. Names of
winners will be announced at the end of the session.
The Vancouver Section National Council
of Jewish Women Bursary for Social Work
A bursary of $100.00, offered by the Vancouver
Section of the National Council of Jewish Women
of Canada, will be awarded to a student in the
field of Social Work.  It is open to those who
are beginning or continuing studies toward the
degree of B.S.W. or M.S.W. at this University
and propose to specialize in Group Work.  In
accordance with the principles of this gift,
this bursary will be awarded to a student who
not only shows promise in the field of Social
Work, but also has need of financial assistance.
The Nabob Scholarships in Food Technology
Two scholarships of $500.00 each, given annually
by Nabob Foods Division of Kelly, Douglas and
Company Limited, Vancouver, will be awarded to
students in the Faculty of Agriculture. One of
these scholarships will be open to students
entering the Third Year or the Fourth Year of
the course in Food Technology and the other will
be open to students completing the Fourth Year
of the course in Food Technology and proceeding
to the Fifth Year. To be eligible for these
scholarships the recipients must have high standing
and indicate special interest in the field.  They
will be selected on the basis of scholarship
research ability and personal qualities.  If no
student qualifies for one of these awards they
may both be given to students in the same year of
the course. During the summers between successive
years of their undergraduate course the winners
will be offered the opportunity of employment
J Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2403
with the Company.  Without obligation to either
the Company or the winners, permanent employment
may be offered on graduation to those who have
enjoyed the awards.  Students interested in being
considered for these awards should consult the
Dean of Administrative and Inter-Faculty Affairs,
not later than February 15th.
The Hudson's Bay Company (Victoria Store)
Service Award
A service award offered by the Hudson's Bay Company
(Victoria Store) is open to students in Third Year
Commerce or in Third Year Arts and Science (in an
appropriate option). Preference will be given to
Victoria students. This award is available to
students intending a career in the Department Store
field.  The winner will be given summer employment
in Victoria with the Company at the conclusion of
the University session and during his Fourth Year
the Company will pay his University fees. Subject
to satisfactory performance he will be given the
opportunity on graduation for an executive career
with the Company.  Selection will be made on the
basis of academic standing, ability, aptitude in
the field of the award and personal qualities.
Interested students should consult the Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration or the Dean
of Administrative and Inter-Faculty Affairs not
later than February 15th.
The Admiral Jellicoe Chapter. I.O.D.E.
Bursary (revised statement)
This award has been given to the University under
the following terms: "A bursary of $100.00, the gift
of the Admiral Jellicoe Chapter, I.O.D.E., is
available for sons or daughters of Canadians who
made the supreme sacrifice or were disabled in the
First or Second World Wars.  High scholastic standing
and financial need of students to be considered".
The Admiral Jellicoe Chapter. I.O.D.E.
Special Bursary
A bursary of $100.00, the gift of the Admiral
Jellicoe Chapter, I.O.D.E., is offered in the
Session 1957-58 to students whose parents are
Canadian or come from the British Isles. The
award will be made to a student who is deserving
of financial assistance and has good academic
standing. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2404
Alaska Pine and Cellulose Limited Scholarship in
Civil Engineering has been changed to Alaska Pine
and Cellulose Limited Scholarship in Mechanical
Engineering.
Home Economics First Year Prize, donated anonymously,
increased from $50.00 to $75.00.
One of the Canadian Forest Industries Entomological
Scholarships, donated by the British Columbia
Lumber Manufacturers' Association, increased from
$200.00 to $300.00 annually.
One of the Canadian Forest Industries Entomological
Scholarships, donated by the British Columbia Loggers'
Association, increased from $200.00 to $300.00
annually.
Kiwanis Club of Vancouver Prize in the graduating
year in Commerce has been increased from $50.00
to $75.00.
Kiwanis Club Scholarship for an Undergraduate in
Commerce has been increased from $100.00 to $200.00.
Lower Mainland Dietetic Association Scholarship
in Home Economics, changed to the B. C Dietetic
Association Scholarship in Home Economics.
California Standard Company Scholarships in the
Geophysical field are now available in the
penultimate year rather than in the Final Year.
The scholarships formerly given by the Dolmage
Towing Company will now be given by the Vancouver
Log Towing Company Limited.
Dean Gage )
Dean Scarfe)  That these new awards and changes in
awards be accepted and appropriate
letters of thanks written to the donors.
Carried.
The Senate then moved a vote of thanks to Dean
Gage for the important and detailed work he has done and
is doing in connection with the programme of assistance to
students and in the preparation of his reports, particularly
those on Calendar material and on Prizes, Scholarships and
Bursaries. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2405
Honorary Degrees
Dean Andrew, as Acting-Chairman of the Committee
on Honorary Degrees, stated that Professor Herbert J. Davis,
previously approved for an honorary degree, planned to
attend Congregation in May, 1957, and that the Committee
hoped that the Honourable L. B. Pearson and Dr. Wallace
Sterling might also be able to be present to receive
honorary degrees.
The Committee recommended additional honorary
degrees as follows:
Dr. E.W.R. Steacie, President, National Research Council -
D.Sc.
Dr. W. A. Mackintosh, Principal, Queen's University
Dr. Clarence Hincks, Canadian Mental Health Association
Captain M. C Robinson, Canadian Institute for the Blind.
Dean Andrew )
Dean MacPhee) That honorary degrees be conferred upon
the persons recommended at a time
convenient to them and to the University.
Carried.
For information of Senate, Dean Andrew reported
that the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
wished to hold a Seminar in the autumn of 1957, and that
Dean MacPhee might propose an appropriate group of leaders
in business and industry for honorary degrees at the Autumn
Congregation.
Library
The Senate Library Committee had forwarded to the
President, under date of January 16th, 1957, recommendations
as to status and remuneration of professional librarians. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  240 6
Dean Andrew )
Dean MacPhee)  That these recommendations be referred
to the Committee on Appointments,
Re-appointments and Promotions, for
consideration by a sub-committee, in
consultation with Mr. McLean, Dr. Cowan
and Mr. Harlow, and that a report be
made to Senate in due course on such
aspects of the recommendations as fall
under the jurisdiction of the Senate.
Carried.
Professors Emeriti
The Secretary read recommendations of the Committee
on Professors Emeriti:
1. That Dr. Theodore H. Boggs, first Head of the Department
of Economics, Sociology and Political Science at the
University of British Columbia, be made Professor
Emeritus of Economics; and that Dr. S. Mack Eastman,
first Head of the Department of History, be made
Professor Emeritus of History;
2. That Mr. Stanley W. Mathews be made Registrar Emeritus;
3. That all other cases be considered on their merits, but
that attention should be paid to the following points:
(a) That Professors and Associate Professors be
considered eligible for the title of Professor
Emeritus,
(b) That no one who retires with a lower rank than
Professor or Associate Professor be eligible,
(c) That Visiting Professors and Special Lecturers
who have served at least three years be eligible
if conditions warrant.
4. That, upon his retirement as of June 30th, 1957,
Professor F. W. Vernon be made Professor Emeritus of
Mechanical Engineering.
Dr. Sage   )
Dr. Campbell)  That the recommendations of the Committee
on Professors Emeriti be approved, and
that the specific recommendations be
forwarded to the Board of Governors.
Carried.
J Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  2407
Report of the University
Health Service. 1955-56
The report of the University Health Service for
the year 1955-56 had been returned to the agenda from the
previous meeting.
Dean MacPhee)
Mr. Ladner  )  That the report of the University Health
Service for 1955-56 be received.
Carried.
Annual Congregation
The President reported that the Annual Congregations
would be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21st and 22nd,
at 2:30 p.m. in the Armoury.
Board of Governors Reception
The President reported that the reception given
by the Board of Governors for the Faculty of the University
would be held on Saturday, March 9th.
Correspondence
Canadian Medical Association
The British Columbia Division of the Canadian
Medical Association had written under date of January 10th,
1957, to urge the development of a school of rehabilitation
at the University at the earliest possible time, commencing
with the training of physical and occupational therapists.
It was agreed that an appropriate reply should be
sent to the Association, expressing sympathy with the
project but pointing out the University's lack of finances. Wednesday, February 13th, 1957  240 8
Letters of Appreciation
Dr. Norman Robertson had written in appreciation
of the memorial tribute to Professor Lemuel Robertson.
Similar letters were received from Miss Ellen Brown and
Dr. Donald Brown in connection with the memorial tribute
to Dr. J. G. Brown.
Other Business
Illness of Faculty Members
It was agreed that letters of sympathy in their
illness should be sent to Dr. Maclntyre and Dr. Bismanis.
Circulated Reports
Copies of the address by the Prime Minister to the
National Conference on Higher Education, the resolutions
adopted at that Conference, and a summary of the Carnegie
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching discussion on
"Liberal Education", had been circulated to the members of
Senate.
Federal Grant and Canada
Council
The President made reference to the increased
Federal grant to the Universities for 1956-57, and to the
formation of the Canada Council.
Mr. Justice Lord moved a vote of congratulation
to Dr, MacKenzie on the establishment of the Canada Council,
which he had been advocating for many years.  Dean Chant
followed this by reference to the President*s recent Wednesday, February 13th, 1957 2409
appointment as Honorary Colonel of the University C.O.T.C
Hungarian Students
The President reported on progress since the last
Senate meeting in regard to assistance to the members of
the Forestry Department of the Hungarian Technical
University in Sopron.
Deaths
The President referred to the deaths in an air
crash of students Roderick Atkins and Burton Patkau.  The
Atkins family had asked friends to contribute to student
assistance at the University instead of sending flowers to
the funeral.
The President reminded the members of Senate that
the Earl of Athlone, who had died in January, had been the
recipient of an honorary degree from the University of
British Columbia during his term of office as Governor-
General of Canada.
The meeting adjourned.
Secretary.
Chairman.

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