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Array 5925.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
The Second regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the session 1973-74 was held on Wednesday, October 10, 1973
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. D. G. Brown,
Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. G. B. Burns, Mr. R. M. Buzza, Dr. R. M. Clark,
Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. C. G. David, Dr. J. D. Dennison,
Ms. V. C. Embree, Dr. N. Epstein, Ms. B. Gene Errington, Mrs. F. Field,
Mr. D. B. Fields, Rev. R. W. Finn, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan,
Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C.
Gibson, Acting-Dean C. C. Gourlay, Dr. R. F. Gray, Dr. N. A. Hall,
Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Mr. A. J. Hilliker, Dr. B. Howard, Dr. F. R. C.
Johnstone, Dr. J.M. Kennedy, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. L. Kraintz,
Dr. R. V. Kubicek, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. C.A.
McDowell, Mr. J. A. McEwen, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Dr. D. J. MacDougall,
Rev. J. P. Martin, Mr. R. J. Mattiussi, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Dr. D. D. Munro, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. P. W. Park,
Dr. G. V. Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul, Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. S. J.
Robinson, Dr. I. S. Ross, Mr. J.M. Schoening, Acting Dean J.E. Searcy,
Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Mr. A. M. Smolensky, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Dr. J. R.
Stein, Pr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. G. A. Thorn,
Pean G. M. Volkoff, Pr. W. A. Webber, Pr. R. L. White.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Or. A. E. Aho, Pr. C. B. Bourne, Pr. C. A.
Brockley, Mr. C. McK. Campbell, Pr. S. P. Cavers, Mr. C. J. Connaghan,
Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Mr. G. H. P. Hobbs, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Pean S.W.
Leung, Mr. T. B. Lindsay, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Pr. R. McConnell,
Pr. A. P. Scott, Pean M. Shaw, Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff, Pr. J. K. Stager,
Pr. M. Uprichard, Mr. P. R. Williams. 5926.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Or. Hardwick     )        That the Minutes of the First
Pr. Parkinson    )        regular meeting of Senate for
the Session 1973-74 having been
circulated, be taken as read and
adopted.
Carried
Senate Membership
The Chairman welcomed to Senate the following new members: -
Faculty of Law  representative
Pr. P.J. MacPougall -       replacing Mr. J. G. Matkin
Joint Faculty  representative
Pr. R. L. White -        replacing Pr. P. E. Smith
Student representatives
Members-at-large: -
Mr. A. J. Hilliker, Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Mr. A. M. Smolensky
(replacing Mr. A. P. York, Mr. J. T. Sydor and Mr. D. V.
Anderson)
Arts representative
Mr. G. B. Burns -      replacing Mr. J. M. Munsie
Applied Science representative
Mr. P. W. Park -      replacing Mr. G. E. Andreone
Education  representative
Miss E. B. Paul -      replacing Mr. D. A. Swain 5927.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Nominating Committee on membership of the Ad hoc
Committee on the Universities Act   (P.5918)
In the absence of Dr. Bourne, Dr. McGregor reported that as
requested by Senate at the previous meeting the committee had
considered a proposal of the Committee on the Universities Act to
co-opt Dr. R. M. Clark.
Dr. McGregor    ) That Dr. R. M. Clark be added
Dr. Norris ) to the membership of the Ad hoc
Committee on the Universities Act.
Carried
Committee on  Prizes,   Scholarships and  Bursaries
Dean Cowan     ) That the new awards listed in
Mr. Gourlay    ) Appendix 'A' be 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
Dr. Norris presented the report on items referred to the committee
since the last meeting.
Faculty of Medicine   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris ) That the proposal of the Faculty
Dr. Hardwick   ) of Medicine to offer a new course,
Pathology 448, be approved.
Carried 5928.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine   (continued)
Dr. Norris ) That the proposal of the Faculty
Dr. Johnstone   ) of Medicine to offer a new course.
Surgery 410, be approved.
Carried
A Category B item is listed in Appendix 'B' for information.
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation
Dr. Daniells presented an interim report.   The report explained
that the committee understood its objective to be the improvement of the
quality of teaching on this campus.   While assessments of the effectiveness
of instruction were also employed in connection with recommendations
for tenure, promotion and salary, the report was concerned only with
evaluation to improve a staff member's performance as a teacher.
The basic recommendations of the report were: -
That the Dean of each Faculty review the systems of teaching
assessment employed by its Departments and Schools and that
he take immediate steps to establish suitable arrangements in
areas where none exist or where existing procedures appear
inadequate.
That the principle of membership by students in Faculty
committees be accepted and that student members be drawn
from the body of students in the Faculty. 5929.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation    (continued)
That Senate approve the following as a basic principle:
That the concept of effective teaching must have as its main
ingredient an increase in the students' knowledge and
understanding of the subject matter of their discipline, by
the end of the teaching period.
That, under the aegis of the Deputy President Academic, a
point of reference be established to which Faculty committees
shall report annually on their operation during the previous
session and which will, in turn, collect, digest and disseminate
information, from intra-mural and extra-mural sources, that
will be of value to Faculty committees.
It was agreed that a separate vote be taken on each of the recommendations
contained in the report.
Dr. Daniells   ) That the Dean of each Faculty review the
Mrs. Angus    ) systems of teaching assessment employed
by the Departments and Schools of his
Faculty and that he take immediate steps
to establish suitable arrangements in
areas where none exist or where existing
procedures appear inadequate.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried. 5930.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation   (continued)
Dr. Daniells   ) That the principle of membership by
Dr. Howard    ) students in Faculty committees be
accepted and that student members
be drawn from the body of students
in the Faculty.
In order to clarify the intent of the motion it was agreed that the
wording be revised to read as follows: -
"That the principle of membership by students in such  Faculty
committees concerned with teaching evaluation be accepted and
that student members  be drawn  from  the  body of students  in  the
Faculty."
Following a brief debate the revised motion was put and carried.
The report contained a statement explaining that for convenience the
whole operation of teaching evaluation as it occurred in a Faculty was
assigned in the recommendations to "the Faculty committee" although it
was apparent that the actual work of assessment was likely to devolve
upon a series of Departmental committees.
In a debate on this statement concern was expressed that students
would be assessing the teaching effectiveness of Faculty members.   It
was explained that "the Faculty committee" would be concerned only with
devising procedures for teaching evaluation. 5931.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation    (continued)
Dr. Epstein     ) That the actual work of "the Faculty
Dean Cowan    ) committee" be devising the assessment
procedures for the operation of teaching
evaluation.
Carried
Dr. Daniells    ) That Senate approve the following as a
Dr. Clark        ) basic principle:
That the concept of effective teaching
must have as its main ingredient an
increase in the students' knowledge
and understanding of the subject
matter of their discipline, by the
end of the teaching period.
Carried
Dr. Daniells   ) That, under the aegis of the Deputy
Dr. Howard    ) President Academic, a point of
reference be established to which
Faculty committees shall report
annually on their operation during
the previous session and which will,
in turn, collect, digest and disseminate
information, from intra-mural and
extra-mural sources, that will be
of value to Faculty committees.
During the following brief debate it was agreed that the words "office
of the President" be substituted for the words "Deputy President Academic"
in the motion.
The revised motion was put and carried.
Student Membership in Faculties
Graduate Studies
At its meeting of April 25, 1973 Senate approved the following
recommendation concerning student membership in Faculties:- 5932.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Student Membership in Faculties
Graduate Studies    (continued)
"That the total number of student representatives eligible to
attend a Faculty meeting be not less than 5% and not more than
25% of the number of members of teaching staff eligible to vote
at Faculty meetings, and the proportions of undergraduate
and graduate students be determined by Faculty regulation. "
Dean Cowan explained that he had been asked by the Executive
Committee of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to request that Senate
modify its earlier ruling to permit the Faculty of Graduate Studies to
have fewer students than the minimum of 5%.   It was suggested that
there be a limit of 30 or 40 student representatives.
It was explained that the Faculty of Graduate Studies drew its
membership from those members of Faculty, from various departments,
who presented a course of studies at the graduate level or who supervised
one or more graduate students towards a Master's or Poctorate degree;
therefore the total membership of the Faculty of Graduate Studies was
somewhere in the vicinity of 1200.   Attendance at meetings was low,
usually between 60 and 120 people.   The imposition of the 5% minimum
rule would require the election of between 60 and 64 students.    It was
anticipated that unless student representation was limited by number
it would be difficult to achieve the Senate ruling of April 25, 1973 that
"In the constitution of membership of Faculties and Faculty committees,
Faculty members eligible to vote shall be in an appropriate majority." 5933.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Student Membership  in  Faculties
Graduate Studies   (continued)
In the following debate it was argued that notice of motion should
have been given.
It was also pointed out that Senate had requested Faculties to submit
regulations to the Senate Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
and that these regulations would then be reported to Senate at the
November 14, 1973 meeting.
After further discussion Senate agreed to accept the proposal as
a notice of motion with the understanding that the recommendations of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies to the Senate Committee on Student
Membership in Faculties would not be based on the assumption that
the motion would be approved by Senate.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies - proposal for an  Inter-departmental
Ed.D.   Program
It was explained in the report that from time to time the Faculty
encountered a doctoral applicant whose professional and/or research
interests required the formal collaboration of persons from two or more
departmental disciplines within the Faculty of Education.   Where the
student could find his major home in a department that already offered
a doctoral program this kind of collaboration presented no difficulty. 5934.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies - proposal for an  Inter-departmental
Ed.D.   Program   (continued)
However, where this was not the case the applicant would ordinarily be
denied admission.
The Faculty therefore proposed an Inter-departmental Doctorate
(Ed.D.) as follows:-
"An Ed.D. applicant who is eligible for admission may be admitted
to an Inter-departmental Ed.D. program provided that:-
(1) Two or more departments, at least one of which is authorized
to offer an Ed.D. program jointly agree to recommend the
applicant's admission to an inter-departmental program
involving those departments;
(2) the applicant has a strong Master's level background (first
class or very close to it) in at least one of the departmental
areas of his proposed program;
(3) at least five members of the Graduate Board, nominated by
the departments involved (taking account of the applicant's
preferences), and normally holders of a doctoral degree,
signify their willingness to serve on the applicant's research
committee; 5935.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies - proposal for an  Inter-departmental
Ed.D.   Program   (continued)
" (4)       the collaborating departments agree upon the most appropriate
advisor for the student, taking account of his preferences;
(5) the committee agree upon a program of studies for the student;
and
(6) the application is approved by the Graduate Executive Committee
of the Faculty of Education on the basis of
a) the departmental recommendations; and
b) the Graduate Executive's assessment of the applicant's
proposed program and research interests, in relation to
his background and to the proposed committee members.
When a recommendation to admit a student to such an inter-departmental
program is approved by the Faculty of Graduate Studies the student's
committee will be considered to be a temporary department within the
Faculty of Education, and   -   paralleling the practice of the Graduate
Faculty in respect of University interdisciplinary doctorates   -   will be
under the chairmanship of the Director of Graduate Studies for the Faculty
of Education  (or of someone delegated).   Such a "department" will be
dissolved when the student either obtains the Ed.D. degree or withdraws
from the Faculty of Graduate Studies." 5936.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies - proposal for an  Inter-departmental
Ed.D.   Program   (continued)
Dean Cowan        )        That the proposal of the Faculty
Dean Andrews    )        of Graduate Studies to offer an
Inter-departmental Ed.D. program
be approved.
Carried
Part-time Graduate Study and the Residence requirements for
Graduate Degrees
Dean Cowan explained that the report which had been circulated
was in response to a request by Senate to bring forward proposals for
part-time studies in various facets of the University's academic program.
The following recommendations were contained in the report: -
(1) That the present residence requirement and time limit be
maintained for Ph.D., Ed.D., and D.M .A. degrees.
(2) That Departments, Schools or Faculties which offer programs
leading to a Master's degree be permitted to enrol students for
part-time study without a residence requirement.
(3) That the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Graduate Studies
determine a date at which Recommendation 2 above comes into
force; at that date part-time study will be permitted for all
Master's degrees unless otherwise specified by the Department,
School or Faculty concerned. 5937.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Part-time Graduate Study and the  Residence requirements for
Graduate Degrees    (continued)
(4) That the time limit for the completion of a Master's
degree continue to be five calendar years from the
time of registration for the degree program.
(5) That the enrolment of part-time students in graduate
courses on a per course fee paying basis be encouraged,
and that admission be subject to the usual stipulations of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies and acceptance by the
department responsible for instruction in the course.
(6) That students who hold a recognized Bachelor's degree,
and who are considered by a Department to be potential
graduate students, should be permitted to register as
part-time students on a per course fee paying basis in
undergraduate or prerequisite courses for the purpose of
remedying specific deficiencies in their prior academic
records or of raising their academic standing to that
required for admission to a graduate program.
Recommendation  1
Dean Cowan    ) That the present residence requirement
Dr. Bongie      ) and time limit be maintained for Ph.D.,
Ed.D., and D.M. A. degrees. 5938.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Part-time Graduate Study and the Residence requirements for
Graduate Pegrees
Recommendation  1    (continued)
It was pointed out that at the May 23,  1973 meeting of Senate the
following recommendation was approved:-
"That the term "residence requirement" which implies
"attendance during full-time study" be expunged from
the regulations except where it applies specifically to
full-time study.   This recommendation is not to be
interpreted as restricting a Faculty from requiring
a minimum study program at any particular stage in
a degree course.   But such restrictions would require
Senate approval. "
After a brief discussion it was agreed that although the Faculty of
Graduate Studies was now recommending that there be no change in the
residence requirements this did not preclude Senate from reconsidering
the recommendation in the near future.
The motion was put and carried.
Recommendation 2
Pean Cowan    ) That Departments, Schools or
Dean Riedel    ) Faculties which offer programs
leading to a Master's degree be
permitted to enrol students for
part-time study without a residence
requirement.
In the ensuing debate attention was drawn to Recommendation 3 which
stated that the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Graduate Studies would 5939.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Part-time Graduate Study and the Residence requirements for
Graduate Degrees
Recommendation  2    (continued)
determine a date on which Recommendation 2 would come into force.   It
was agreed that Senate should specify the date as being not later than
December 30, 1973.
The motion was put and carried .
Recommendation  3
Dean Cowan      )
Dr. McDowell   )
That the Executive Committee of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies determine a
date not later than December 30,  1973 at
which Recommendation 2 above comes into
force; at that date part-time study will be
permitted for all Master's degrees unless
otherwise specified by the Department,
School or Faculty concerned.
In reply to a query it was stated that each individual Department
would have to advise the Faculty of Graduate Studies if it was considered
inappropriate to attempt to do part-time study within that discipline.
The motion was put and carried.
Recommendation 4
Dean Cowan    )
Dr. Bongie      )
That the time limit for the completion
of the Master's degree continue to be
five calendar years from the time of
registration for the degree program. 5940.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Part-time Graduate Study and the Residence requirements for
Graduate Degrees
Recommendation 4   (continued)
In response to a query Dean Cowan stated that Recommendation 4
re-affirmed the present time limit for the completion of a Master's degree.
It was argued that there was a possibility that many students would
be unable to complete a part-time degree program within five years and
that the time limit should therefore be extended.
Dean Cowan stated that dependent upon the circumstances, and with
the agreement of the Department concerned, requests for extension of the
time limit were usually acted upon favourably.
In reply to a further query it was stated that the five year limit was
not unreasonable for part-time study towards a Master's degree since the
majority of students completed their studies within one to three years.
It was agreed that since Recommendation 4 simply confirmed the
present policy the following motion be substituted: -
"That no change be made in the present time  limit for Master's
candidates."
The substitute motion was put and carried. 5941
Wednesday, October 10, 1973,
Proposals of the Faculties
Part-time Graduate Study and the Residence requirements for
Graduate Degrees   (continued)
Recommendation  5
Dean Cowan    ) That the enrolment of part-time
Mr. Field ) students in graduate courses on
a per course fee paying basis be
encouraged, and that admission be
subject to the usual stipulations
of the Faculty of Graduate Studies
and acceptance by the Department
responsible for instruction in the
course.
The Chairman stated that discussion of fees was not a matter for
Senate.    It was agreed that the words "  ... on a per course fee paying
basis ... "be deleted.
There was considerable debate of both Recommendation 5 and
Recommendation 6.   Dr. Finnegan, Chairman of the Senate Admissions
Committee, stated that the committee had examined and recommended
approval of Recommendations 1 to 4.   The committee had not concerned
itself with Recommendations 5 and 6 at that time since the subject of fees
was not considered within Senate's purview.   In view of the deletion of
the phrase concerning fees it was suggested that Recommendations 5 and 6
be referred to the Admissions Committee.
Dr. Clark ) That Recommendations 5 and 6 be
Dr. Finnegan   ) referred to the Senate Admissions
Committee.
Carried 5942.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Proposals of the Faculties    (continued)
Faculty of Medicine - Faculty Membership
Dean Bates    ) That Clinical Assistant Professors be
Dr. Webber   ) granted full voting membership in the
Faculty of Medicine.
Dean Bates reported that at the present time there were 114 Clinical
Assistant Professors.   It was also explained that the Faculty of Medicine
had been reviewing the status and responsibilities of clinical members
of Faculty and it was felt that voting privileges should be extended to
the rank of Clinical Assistant Professors.
A query was raised concerning voting privileges of Clinical Assistant
Professors in Joint Faculty elections.   After a brief debate it was agreed
that this point required clarification.
Dr. Friedman    ) That the motion be tabled until the
Dr. Hall ) November 14,   1973 meeting of Senate.
Carried
Preliminary Report on Registration  1973-74
The preliminary report of the Registrar on registration for 1973-74
was received for information.   In reply to a query it was stated that the
final report on registration for 1973-74 would include a breakdown of the
enrolment figures to include part-time students.
Correspondence
Senate agreed to the recommendation of the Agenda Committee that a
letter from the A.M.S. concerning a report by the Presidential Committee 5943.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Correspondence   (continued)
for University Community Services - U.B.C. Bookstore, be referred to the
Senate Committee on Academic Building Needs.
Other Business
On behalf of Senate the Chairman extended congratulations to
Mr. R. M . Buzza on his recent appointment as General Secretary of the
British Columbia Teachers' Federation.
Student Membership in Faculties
Senate was reminded that submissions from the Faculties concerning
their recommendations for Student Membership in Faculties should be
forwarded to the Registrar in order that the Committee on Student
Membership in Faculties would be in a position to submit its report to
the November 14, 1973 meeting of Senate.
Student Membership on Senate Committees
Mr. Robinson gave notice of the following motion:-
"That an extra student be added to the Admissions Committee,
the Nominating Committee, the Universities Act Committee and
the Committee on Student Membership in Faculties. "
Availability of information concerning students
Mr. Robinson gave notice of the following motion: -
"That all Faculties, Schools and Institutes make available
for the inspection of a student in that Faculty, School or 5944.
Wednesday, October 10,  1973.
Other Business
Availability of information concerning students   (continued)
"Institute, any information about that student, academic or
otherwise, currently being held by such a body, upon the
request of that student. "
Report of the Tributes Committee
As the report of the Tributes Committee concerned matters that as a
courtesy to those involved should not be released immediately for publication,
members of the gallery were asked to leave.
Professors Emeriti
Dr. McGregor reported that the committee recommended that the
following be granted emeritus status:-
Jean C. Adams
- Senior Instructor Emerita of Music
Lome E. Brown
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Education
Cyril Bryner
- Professor Emeritus of Slavonic Studies
Fo-Chuan Chang
- Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies
Robert E. Delavault
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Geological Sciences
W. L. Holland
- Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies 5945.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Professors Emeriti    (continued)
F. Henry Johnson
- Professor Emeritus of Education
Helen McCrae
- Dean Emerita of Women
Hilda M. MacKenzie
- Associate Professor Emerita of Education
Marian E. M. Penney
- Professor Emerita of Physical Education and Recreation
H. L. Purdy
- Lecturer Emeritus of Commerce and Business Administration
W. O. Richmond
- Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering
Neville V. Scarfe
- Dean Emeritus of Education
John G. Spaulding
- Professor Emeritus of English
Mary Thomson
- Assistant Professor Emerita of Education
Harry V. Warren
- Professor Emeritus of Geological Sciences
Dean Volkoff     ) That the recommendations of the Tributes
Dr. McGregor   ) Committee concerning emeritus status be
approved.
Carried
Recommendations for Honorary Degrees
In reply to a query concerning recommendations for Honorary Degrees
it was confirmed that members of Senate could submit names to the Tributes 5946.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
Recommendations for Honorary Degrees   (continued)
Committee, preferably accompanied by as much information as possible on
the individuals concerned.
The meeting adjourned at 10.15 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
November 14,  1973.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 5947.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards  Recommended to Senate
The Clifford A.  Greer Scholarship - As a memorial to
Clifford A. Greer, the Vancouver Secondary Teachers'
Association has established this scholarship.     In the
amount of $300, it will be awarded on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Education to a graduate of a Vancouver
Secondary School who is studying in that Faculty.
The John N.  Sandness Book Prize - A book prize
given in memory of the late John N. Sandness, who
laid the foundations for a programme be awarded on
the basis of academic record and interest in the field
of applied entomology to a student in the final year in
the Department of Plant Science. 5948.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A  =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =  minor changes (approved unless otherwise indicated)
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
A     New courses Pathology 448  (1)      Introduction to Laboratory
Medicine
Surgery 410 (1) Primary Care of the
Emergency Patient
B     Change Biochemistry 410 -   split into two sections.

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