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 6354.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
The Seventh regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Wednesday, March 19, 1975 at
8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Mrs. M. F. Angus,
Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. C B. Bourne, Dr. C A. Brockley, Dr. D. G.
Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr. R. M. Buzza,
Mr. R. J. Carter, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. C J.
Connaghan, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. C C David,  Dr. J. D.
Dennison, Dr. N. Epstein, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan,
Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S.
Funt, Dean J.A. F. Gardner, Dr. R. F. Gray, Dean N. A. Hall, Dr. D. F.
Hardwick, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. J. M. Houston, Dr. B. Howard,
Miss W. J. Hudson, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mrs. W. T.
Lane,  Dr. E.  Levy,  Dr. P. A.  Lusztig,  Dr.  D. J.  MacDougall,  Dean A. J.
McClean, Dr. R. E. McConnell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin,
Dr. P. Merivale, Ms. C. M. Moriarty, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. G. V.
Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Mr. G. J. Peet, Dr. R. A.
Restrepo, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. I. S. Ross, Mrs. L. Sayle, Dr. A. D.
Scott, Dean M. Shaw, Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Dr. J. K. Stager,  Dr. K. S.
Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Dr. M. Uprichard,
Dean C M. Volkoff, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dr. R.  L. White, Acting Dean R. M.
Will, Ms. K.  P. Young.
Observers:    Mr. J. Kulich, Mr. T. A. Myers
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Dean D. V. Bates, Mr. C McK. Campbell,
Mr. C P. Cole, Mrs. F. Field, Dr. W. C Gibson, Mr. I. F. Greenwood,
Dr. J.  M.  Kennedy, Mrs. J.  MacD.  Lecky, Dean S. W.  Leung, Mrs. C A.
Soong, Mr. B.  B. Trevino. 6355.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Minutes of the previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the Minutes of the Sixth regular
Dr. McGregor   ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1974-75,
having been circulated be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities   (P. 6348-52)
The report, tabled at the previous meeting, contained the following
recommendations: -
1. The University administration, in particular the office of the
President, establish and support the appropriate administrative
system (s) consistent with proper planning, budgeting, and
operation of a complete program of extracurricular activities
of this University.
2. That Senate establish a standing committee on Extracurricular
Activities in order to be informed about and to assess continuously
all extracurricular programs.
3. The President and the Faculty Association give immediate
consideration to rewording sections of the Faculty Handbook
to recognize the contribution which faculty members may make
to the University beyond participation in academic affairs. 6356.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities   (continued)
4.    The University actively continue its policy of encouraging individuals
and organizations to donate awards, administered by the Joint Faculty
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries, that recognize
scholarship-level academic achievement and exceptional ability in
artistic or athletic performance.
A policy statement was outlined in the report and the committee
recommended that the statement be accepted by Senate as its philosophy
on extracurricular activities.
Dr. Heaver )
Dr. Dennison    )
That the University, which has
the responsibility to provide
students with a variety of
educational experiences,
should ensure that the quality
of extracurricular activities is
maintained at a level commensurate
with the educational goals of the
University.
Fol lowing a brief discussion the motion was put and carried .
Recommendation 2
Dr. Heaver      )
Mr. Osborne   )
That Senate establish a standing
committee on Extracurricular
Activities in order to be informed
about and to assess continuously
all extracurricular programs.
Carried 6357.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Business arising from the  Minutes
Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities    (continued)
Recommendation  1
Dr. Heaver explained that the wording of Recommendation 1
had been changed in view of the discussion at the previous meeting.
Dr. Heaver     ) That the University administration.
Dean Fulton    ) in particular the office of the President,
establish and support an appropriate
administrative system(s) to ensure
proper planning and operation of a
comprehensive program of athletics
and physical recreation consistent
with overall University budgeting.
Some members felt that the recommendation ought to be referred to
the new standing Committee on Extracurricular Activities in order that
positive recommendations could be put before Senate.
Dr. Scott ) That Recommendation 1 be referred to
Dr. Friedman   ) the standing Committee on Extracurricular
Activities.
It was stated that the committee had looked at the total picture and
concluded that there could be improvements and that Senate ought to
endorse the principle of asking the President and the administration to
see if the problems could be resolved.
The motion to refer was lost.
The motion to approve Recommendation 1 was put and carried. 6358.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities   (continued)
Recommendation 3
Dr. Heaver explained that the wording of the recommendation
had been changed to include a reference to student affairs.
Dr. Heaver        )
Dr. Dennison    )
That the President and the Faculty
Association give immediate consideration
to rewording sections of the Faculty
Handbook to recognize the contribution
which faculty members may make to
student affairs and to the University
beyond participation in academic affairs.
It was suggested that the committee should discuss the proposal
with the Faculty Association.
Mr. Osborne    )
Dean Volkoff    )
That Recommendation 3 be referred back
to the ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular
Activities for discussion with the Faculty
Association and the President.
Lost
The motion to approve Recommendation 3 was lost.
Recommendation 4
Dr. Heaver       )
Dr. Dennison   )
That the University reaffirm its policy
of encouraging individuals and organizations
to donate awards, administered by the
Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes,
Scholarships and Bursaries, that
recognize scholarship-level academic
achievement and exceptional ability in
artistic or athletic performance.
Carried 6359.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
From the  Board of Governors
Procedures on Advisory Committees for  the Selection of Deans
Dr. Bourne presented the report of the Joint Board-Senate Committee
on the Selection and Tenure of Deans.   The committee recommended that a
committee to select a Dean should be composed in accordance with the
following principles:
1. At least half of the committee shall be members of the Faculty concerned.
2. The number of members of the committee to be elected by the Faculty
concerned shall be equal to the number of its members to be appointed
by the President.
3. The committee shall be composed of a minimum of ten persons, four
to be elected by the Faculty concerned, four to be appointed by the
President, and two students who shall be nominated from and elected
by the registered students in the Faculty concerned and graduate
students associated with that Faculty, the nominations and elections to
be conducted by the undergraduate society of that faculty in accordance
with procedures considered satisfactory by the Registrar.
4. The President may decide to establish a larger committee than that
provided for in paragraph 3 above whenever he deems it desirable
to do so (for example, in the case of professional and service Faculties,
it may be desirable and even necessary to include a number of outsiders
on the committee);  provided, however, that in doing so he shall follow
the principles set forth in paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 above and that, for
every four non-students added to a committee, an additional student
member shall be added.
5. The chairman of the committee shall be appointed by the President
from its members.
6. The secretary of the committee shall be appointed by the committee
from its members.
Under the above principles, the size of a committee to select a Dean
may be:
10 members (4 elected, 4 appointed, 2 students)
12 members (5 elected, 5 appointed, 2 students)
15 members (6 elected, 6 appointed, 3 students) 6360.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
From  the Board of Governors
Procedures on Advisory Committees for the Selection of Deans   (continued)
Dr. Bourne )      That the recommendations on procedures
Dr. McGregor       )      on Advisory Committees for the Selection
of Deans be approved.
In amendment:
Ms. Smaill     ) That the number of student members be
Ms. Young    ) the same as that for the elected and the
appointed members.
Lost
Senate agreed to a suggestion that, in item 3, the words "undergraduate
society" be replaced by "appropriate student society" in order to cover
Graduate students.
The motion was put and carried.
Tenure of Deans
At the request of Senate the terms of reference of the committee
included the question of the term of office of Deans.
Dr. Bourne        ) That Deans shall be appointed
Dr. Finnegan    ) hereafter for terms of six years
renewable at the pleasure of the
Board on the recommendation of
the President.
In amendment:
Dr. Epstein     ) That the motion be amended to read:
Mr . Funt ) "That Deans shall be appointed hereafter
for terms of six years renewable once . . . ".
Lost
The motion was put and carried. 6361.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
From the Board of Governors   (continued)
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) New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty
of Applied Science, with the exception of the deletion of
Elec 498 Engineering  Reports.    (P. 6307,  6316-18)
(ii) New courses, course and curriculum changes recommended
by the Faculty of Arts.   (P. 6307-8, 6318-6330)
(iii) New courses recommended by the Faculty of Education.
(P. 6308,  6331)
(iv) Diploma Program in Values Education recommended by the
Faculty of Education.    (P. 6308-9, 6331)
(v) Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Faculty
of Education.    (P. 6309,  6331-33)
(vi) New courses and course changes in Agricultural Economics,
Computer Science, Creative Writing, English, French,
Geography, Geological Sciences, Health Care and Epidemiology,
Microbiology, Plant Science, Psychology, Religious Studies,
and Soil Science, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.    (P. 6310,  6333-36)
(vii) New courses and course changes in Architecture, Asian
Studies (excluding Asian Studies 509), Civil Engineering,
Education, Forestry, Geography, Geological Sciences, Law,
Mechanical Engineering and Metallurgy, recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.    (P. 6310, 6336-6338)
(viii) Moot court program revision recommended by the Faculty of
Law.    (P. 6311)
(ix) New course and course changes recommended by the School of
Nursing.    (P. 6338) 6362,
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
From  the  Board of Governors    (continued)
(x) Regulations concerning admission, promotion and graduation in
the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program recommended
by the School of Nursing.   (P. 6299-6303)
(xi) Changes in promotion policies in the Bachelor of Science
in Rehabilitation program recommended by the School of
Rehabilitation Medicine.    (P. 6303-5)
Committee on Prizes,   Scholarships and  Bursaries
Mr. Osborne      ) That the new awards listed in
Dr. McGregor    )        Appendix 'A' be accepted subject
to the approval of the Board of
Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Report of the Librarian  1973-74
Dr. McGregor presented the report.   He stated that financial needs
and lack of space were the main problems of the Library.
Dr. McGregor     ) That the report be received.
Dean Cowan        )
Carried
The Chairman paid tribute to Dr. McGregor as Chairman of the
University Library Committee and to the excellent work of the Librarian
and his staff.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee - Advisory Committee on Vice-Presidents
Dr. Bourne presented the report.   At its meeting of February 19, 1975
Senate approved procedures for the recommendation and selection of 6363.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee - Advisory Committee on Vice-Presidents
(continued)
Vice-Presidents, and the Nominating Committee was instructed to nominate
three members of Senate to serve on a President's committee.
The following membership was recommended by the committee:
Dr. P. A. Lusztig
Miss E. B. Paul
Dean M. Shaw
Dr. Bourne       ) That the recommendations of the
Mr. Osborne    ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Committee on Standards in English
At its meeting of February 19,  1975 Senate agreed to establish a
committee with the following responsibilities:
(a) to develop a U.B.C. view for presentation in Province-wide
discussions on improvement in composition teaching at all
levels;
(b) to review the operation of the basic composition program,
encourage liaison among Faculties concerning enrolment
in the program;  and,
(c) to report to Senate with regard to progess in the U.B.C.
program and in the Province-wide discussions of the
problem of minimal standards in reading and writing. 6364.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee - Committee on Standards  in  English   (continued)
The following membership was recommended by the committee:
Dr. D. G. Brown
Rev. P. C Burns
Dr. D. H. Copp
Dr. R.M. Jordan
Mrs. W. T.  Lane
Dr. R. E. McConnell
Mr. J . McGechaen
Dr. M. H.  L. Pryce
Dr.  I. S. Ross
2 students to be added
Dr. Bourne     ) That the recommendations of the
Ms. Smaill       ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Admissions Committee
Dr. Finnegan presented the report which stated that the committee had
considered a letter from Dr. R. M. Jordan, Head, Department of English,
which had been referred to it by the Senate Agenda Committee.
The letter contained a proposal for interaction between the Department
of English and the senior secondary schools of the Province concerning the
testing of students' literacy.   The proposal was that the Department of
English, in co-operation with the secondary schools, administer a
diagnostic test to Grade XII students each spring, beginning this year. 6365.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee (continued)
Dr. Finnegan    )
Mr. Carter        )
That Senate not authorize this procedure
for 1975 but that the proposal be referred
to the newly formed Senate Committee on
Standards in English for consideration.
Carried
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hardwick presented the report on proposals referred to the
committee.
Faculty of Law
Dr. Hardwick   )
Ms. Smaill )
That the proposal of the Faculty
of Law to offer a new course,
Law 285 (3) Clinical Family Law,
be approved.
Carried
Clinical  Legal  Education
The committee had considered a proposal by the Faculty of Law
to offer a program in Clinical Legal Education which would be called
"Community Legal Services".   Enrolment in the program would be
limited to between 12 and 20 students in each term.   Students
selected would spend a complete term studying the practice of law
in a community law office setting.   The program will carry 7i units
credit.
It was explained in the proposal that the program was
designed to develop the students' skills and knowledge in interviewing 6366.
Wednesday, March 19, 1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Clinical  Legal  Education   (continued)
and counselling clients; characterization and analysis of legal
problems;  research and formulation of legal arguments;   trial
procedures and practice; drafting documents;  negotiation;  the
dynamics of the lawyer-client relationship and professional
responsibility and legal ethics.
Dr. Hardwick     )        That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dean McClean      )        Law to offer a program in Clinical
Legal Education be approved.
Carried
School of Rehabilitation Medicine   (See Appendix 'B')
The committee recommended approval of a proposal for the
establishment on a full-time or part-time basis of a 30 unit
post-diploma course in Physiotherapy or Occupational Therapy
leading to a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation (Occupational
Therapy) Degree and a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation
(Physiotherapy) Degree, respectively.
The following educational goals were outlined in the proposal:
1. To ensure that the students are provided with the most recent
knowledge and skills necessary for professional practice in
Physiotherapy or Occupational Therapy. 6367.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
School  of Rehabilitation Medicine   (continued)
2. To provide the student with an increased knowledge in
functional anatomy which will provide a basis for assessment,
treatment and evaluation.
3. To provide an appreciation of the psychological and social
implications in patient care.
4. To provide an opportunity to broaden their education so they
better understand and appreciate the present shift in emphasis
in health care from illness to health and how this will expand
their role.
The program may be taken either full-time or part-time (over
a period not to exceed five years) .   A candidate is required to complete
a minimum of 15 units before a B.S.R. degree will be granted.   Advance
credit of up to fifteen units may be granted dependent upon the number
of years since graduation, the University or School of graduation, the
academic and professional background and experience (quality and
quantity) of a candidate.
Dr . Hardwick     ) That the proposal of the School of
Miss Hudson       ) Rehabilitation Medicine to offer new
courses and a program to upgrade
Diploma-accredited Therapists to
the Baccalaureate level be approved.
Carried
Dr. Hardwick informed Senate that a sub-committee had been formed
to review the procedures of the Curriculum Committee and a report would
be submitted to Senate in due course. 6368.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Dr. Hardwick      )       That the present Senate committees
Dr. Finnegan       )       carry on their work until such time
as the new Senate reconstitutes the
membership of its committees.
Carried
Ad hoc Committee on Undergraduate  Interdisciplinary Studies
Dr. Stockholder presented the report.   The committee had been
established in March 1973 to consider:    the co-ordination of existing
interdisciplinary undergraduate courses and programs, the means of
facilitating further development of interdisciplinary studies, the
formulation of intellectual principles and goals that may arise from
such studies.
It was explained in the report that the committee had conducted a
survey of all departments and faculties in order to determine the range
of interdisciplinary courses and programs already being offered.   The
results of the study showed that the University offered many courses the
content of which could be defined as interdisciplinary.
The report pointed out further that problems generated by the modern
world challenge the boundaries of existing disciplines and that a number
of faculty in both their research and teaching was interested in developing
new approaches for students.   Similarly there seemed to be an interest on
the part of students themselves in this approach to education. 6369.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on  Interdisciplinary Studies    (continued)
The committee recommended that Senate request the President to
establish a President's Committee on Undergraduate Interdisciplinary
Studies, which wiII include people whose whole or part-time job it will be:
1. to facilitate the operation of existing interdisciplinary programs in
all possible ways, and to help appropriate individuals to make suitable
arrangements when they wish to participate in such programs
2. to be active in encouraging the development of new programs;  to
consider and make recommendations on application from persons or
groups who need release-time to develop and to offer new programs,
and to support interdisciplinary proposals through the different levels
of approval
3. to be responsible for collecting and disseminating information on all
developments in relation to interdisciplinary studies
4. to handle problems arising for students in integrating interdisciplinary
studies into the requirements for degrees
Dr. Stockholder   )      That the recommendations of the
Dr. MacDougall    )      committee be approved.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Annual  Report of the Centre for Continuing Education  1973-74
The report was presented by Dr. MacDougall, Chairman of the
Committee on Continuing Education.
Dr. MacDougall   )       That the report be received.
Mr. Thorn ) 6370.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Annual  Report of the Centre for Continuing Education  1973-74   (continued)
In commenting briefly on the report Dr. MacDougall stated that there
was a need for comprehensive policies on continuing education and for
finances to implement them.   He said he hoped that the committee would
come forward with an answer on the policy question at some stage early
in the new academic year.
It was noted that Mr. Selman had resigned as Director of the Centre for
Continuing Education to take up a position in the Faculty of Education.   On
behalf of Senate the Chairman expressed deep appreciation of Mr. Selman's
contribution as Director of the Centre.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix 'B')
A list of extra-sessional credit courses to be offered in 1975 was
circulated for information.
Other Business
1. The Chairman drew Senate's attention to the fact that some
committees on the selection of senior academic administrators had
been established before the Universities Act was changed and
therefore the new procedures on selection of senior academic
administrators did not apply to the committees established to 6371.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Other Business
1. (continued)
select a Dean of Graduate Studies, a Director of the Centre for
Continuing Education and a Co-ordinator of Health Sciences.
2. The Registrar advised Senate of a decision he had made
concerning the eligibility of a candidate to run in student senator
elections and which needed ratification by Senate.
The candidate was the ex-President of the Alma Mater Society.
The Registrar explained that it had been customary for the President
of the Alma Mater Society to take a reduced study program or drop
all his courses during his term of office.   Mr. Blankstein's term of
office expired at Christmas and he returned to full time study in
January taking six units.   The Registrar felt that Mr. Blankstein
was fully committed to the University and that since in one term
six units was equivalent to 12 units in a full year he was eligible
to run in the elections.
Dr. Bourne ) That Senate ratify the Registrar's
Dr. McGregor    ) interpretation of the rules of Senate.
Carried
3. Dr. Epstein drew attention to the following motion referred
to the Committee on the Universities Act at the January 24,  1973
meeting of Senate: - 6372.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
Other Business
3. (continued)
"That the position of Head of Department be replaced by
that of Chairman of Department throughout the University;
the term of office of chairmen be four years, renewable
once; present incumbents with more than three years in
office shall be considered to have completed one year of
their final four-year term at the day of passage of this
resolution; and the selection of chairmen shall be by
election from amongst tenured members of the departments
and by full-time members of the departments. "
Dean McClean stated that the committee had not considered
the motion.
Dr. Epstein     ) That the motion be placed on the
Dr. Ross ) agenda for the April 23,   1975
meeting of Senate.
Carried
Dr. Scott requested that the President's Committee on Academic
(Permanent) Buildings be asked to co-ordinate closely with the Senate
Committee on Academic Building Needs in connection with the selection
of sites for new buildings.
The Chairman stated that the Lt. Governor-in-Council had not
yet advised the University of the date that the new Senate would take
office.   However, he expressed best wishes to the retiring members
of Senate and thanked them for their services during their terms of
office. 6373.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
The meeting adjourned at 10.45 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
April 23,  1975.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6374.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The  B.   C.   Dentists'  Wives Association Loan Fund   -  This fund
established by the B. C Dentists' Wives Association provides
assistance for students undertaking a program in the Faculty of
Dentistry.   Terms of repayment will be arranged on an individual
basis.
Eta Theta Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon Award   -   An annual
award of $100 to the student in the Third Year dental class who,
in the opinion of the faculty, has shown the greatest degree of
improvement in her/his studies during that year. 6375.
Wednesday, March 19,  1975.
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A   =   new courses or substantial changes
B   -  minor changes
SCHOOL OF  REHABILITATION MEDICINE
A      New courses RHME 420 (3) Practical and Applied Anatomy
423 (3) Psychosocial  Dysfunctions
424 (3) Physiotherapy
426 (3) Occupational  Therapy
428 (3) Administration and Supervision
429 (3) Rehabilitation Seminar
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Extra-sessional  credit courses  1975
The  Role of the Teacher  in  Home,   School
and Community
Adolescent Psychology
Introduction to the Study of Individuals and Groups
An  Introduction to Educational Administration
Educational  Diagnosis and Remedial   Instruction
EDUC
334
(3)
432
(3)
435
(H)
460
(3)
461
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