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 5563.
Wednesday, February 23, 19 72.
The sixth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for the session 1971-72 was held on Wednesday,
February 23, 1972, at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present:  President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Mr. D. V.
Anderson, Dr. C S. Belshaw, Mr. S. Black, Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Mr. P. T. Burns, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. J. D. Chapman, Dr. D. H.
Chitty, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. M. F. Clarke, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. R.
Daniells, Rev. R. W. Finn, Dean W, D. Finn, Mr. A. C. L. Fox, Dr. S. M.
Friedman, The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. W. Gerson,
Dr. R. F. Gray, Dr. N. A. Hall, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Mr. G. H. D. Hobbs,
Mr. D. S. M. Huberman, Mr. P. A. Insley, Dean D. T. Kenny, Mrs. W. T.
Lane, Mr. G. A. Letcher, Dean S. W. Leung, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Dean A. J.
McClean, Dean Helen McCrae, Dean J. F. McCreary, Dr. C. A. McDowell,
Dr. M. F. McGregor, Mr. K. R. Martin, Dr. L. G. Mitten, Dr. J. M. Norris,
Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mrs. A. Brearley Piternick, Dr. R. A. Restrepo,
Mr. A. R. Robbins, Mr. S. J. Robinson, Dr. R. F. Scagel, Dean N. V.
Scarfe, Dean M. Shaw, Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. D. A.
Swain, Mr. J. T. Sydor, Rev. W. S. Taylor, Dean G. M. Volkoff, Dr. H. V.
Warren, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dr. B. L. White, Dr. W. E. Willmott, Mr. A. P.
York, Dr. W. D. Young.
Observers:  Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers.
Messages of regret for their Inability to attend were received from
Chancellor A. M. McGavin, Deputy President W, M. Armstrong, Mr. D. M.
Brousson, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Mr. C. J. Connaghan, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Mr. J.
Guthrie, Dr. S. Israels, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mr. S. S.
Lefeaux, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Mr. P.
plant, Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Dr. J. K.
Stager, Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick )    That thz Minutes oh the h*-hth rzgular
Mr. Fulton   )    mzzting oh Sznatz h°i thz session 1971-71
having bzzn circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried 5564.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Senate Membership
The Chairman welcomed new student members: Mr. P. A. Insley
(Commerce and Law representative), Mr. S. J. Robinson (Science
representative), and Mr. D. A. Swain (Education representative)
replacing Mr. R. W. Jacobs, Miss D. Allen and Mr. R. S. Sandhu
respectively.
Business arising from the Minutes
In reply to a query the Chairman stated that a new committee was
in the process of being set up to study the proposal to establish an
Orientation College.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations -
subject, where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programmes
be implemented without formal reference to the President and the formal
agreement of the President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with
new programmes be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of
such new programmes.
(i)    New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences.  (P.5511-2 and 5533)
(ii)   New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of
Applied Science, with the exception of those in the Department
of Metallurgy.  (P.5533-5)
(iii)  Programme changes recommended by the School of Architecture
approved in general.  (P.5535-6)
(iv)   Extra-sessional courses May-July 1972, recommended by the
Faculty of Arts.  (P.5536)
(v)    New courses (with the exception of Economics 370) and course
changes recommended by the Faculty of Arts.  (P.5537-40)
(vi)   Course changes recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration.  (P.5540)
(vii)  Health Care and Epidemiology 400 to be offered as an elective
in the Faculty of Dentistry.  (P.5524) 5565.
Wednesday, February 23, 19 72.
From the Board of Governors (continued)
(viii) Course changes recommended by the Elementary Division of the
Faculty of Education.  (P.5512)
(ix)   Number of units required for the Diploma Programme in Counselling
to be reduced from 30 to 24 as recommended by the Faculty of
Education.  (P.5524)
(x)    Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Elementary
Division of the Faculty of Education, excluding Education 380
and 487.  (P.5540)
(xi)   Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Secondary
Division of the Faculty of Education, excluding the proposal on
"Social Studies".  (P.5540-41)
(xii)  Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Faculty of
Forestry, excluding Forestry 462.  (P.5541)
(xiii) New courses in Commerce and Business Administration, Creative
Writing and Surgery, and course changes in Community and
Regional Planning, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.  (P.5512-13)
(xiv)  A new course in Physical Education and new courses and course
changes in Education, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.  (P.5483-4)
(xv)   New courses and course changes in Anthropology & Sociology,
Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Business
Administration, Creative Writing, Community and Regional
Planning, Computer Science, Education, Electrical Engineering,
Forestry, Geophysics, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering
(except M.E. 576 and 577), Metallurgy, Oceanography, Pathology,
Physical Education and Recreation, Physics, Plant Science, and
Theatre, as recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(P.5541-5)
(xvi)  Master's Programme in Stage Direction and in Scene and Costume
Design as recommended by the Department of Theatre and the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.  The title of the degree to be
Master of Fine Arts pending a review of the titling of all
Master's degrees at this University.  (P.5519)
(xvii) Ph.D. in Religious Studies (Buddhist Studies) as recommended by
the Department of Religious Studies and the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.  (P.5519-20)
(xviii) Course changes as recommended by the Faculty of Law.  (P.5545)
(xix)  Extra-sessional courses May-July 1972, recommended by the
School of Nursing.  (P.5546) 5566.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
From the Board of Governors (continued)
(xx)   New course as recommended by the School of Physical Education
and Recreation.  (P.5513)
(xxi)  New courses as recommended by the School of Physical Education
and Recreation.  (P.5546)
(xxii) Extra-sessional courses May-July 1972, recommended by the
Faculty of Science.  (P.5546)
(xxiii) New courses and course changes as recommended by the Faculty
of Science.  (P.5546-8)
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Mr. Huberman )  That thz new awards listed in Appzndix 'A'
Dr. Aho     )  be accepted subject to the approval oh the
Board oh Governors, and that Izttzrs oh
thanks bz sznt to  the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Norris presented the report of the Committee on items referred
to it at the December 15, 1971 Senate meeting: -
Faculty of Applied Science  (See Appendix 'B' pages 5534-5)
Approval of the proposals of the Department of Metallurgy
had been withheld pending more detailed consideration by the
Curriculum Committee.  Dr. Norris explained that the Committee
had examined the proposed revision of the Second and Third Year
programmes and recommended approval.  The changes in Second Year
were designed to provide some specialization but also sufficient
flexibility to allow students to transfer to other branches of
Engineering at the end of the Second Year.  Changes in Third
Year also provided flexibility through a set of core courses 5567.
Wednesday, February 23, 19 72.
Reports
of the Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Applied Science (continued)
and a set of electives permitting a choice in Physical or
Chemical fields outside the Department, and also work in ceramics.
Dr. Norris  ) That thz proposzd rzvision in the Second
Mr. Osborne )  and Third Year programmes oh the department
oh Mztallurgy  (P.5534-5)  bz approvzd.
Carried
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Hall   )
That new courses in Metallurgy,
recommended by the FaculXy oh
Applied Science and outlinzd on
pagz 5535,  be approvzd.
Carried
School of Architecture
Further changes in the proposed Calendar Statement of
Course of Study for 1972-73 were circulated in the report of
the Curriculum Committee.
Dr. Norris )   That thz proposzd calendar changes
Dean Cowan )   recommended by thz School oh
Architecture bz approvzd.
Carried
Faculty of Arts
Dr. Norris )
Dean Kenny )
That the proposal oh thz FaculXy oh Arts
to ohhei a new course, Economics 370,
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Education
Dr. Norris  )
Dean Scarfe )
That thz proposal oh thz Faculty oh
Education to oh her a new course,
Education 487,  bz approvzd.
Carried 5568.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Reports of the Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Faculty of Forestry
Dr. Norris   ) That thz proposal oh thz Faculty oh
Mr. Anderson ) Forestry to ohher a new course.
Forestry 461, be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Dr. Norris   ) That the proposal oh the Faculty oh
Dr. Brockley ) Graduate Studies to ohher two new
courses, Mechanical Engineering 576
and  577, be approvzd subject to a
change in thz description oh  577.
Carried
New Programmes Committee
Dr, Belshaw presented the report of the Senate New Programmes
Committee:-
Programme Expansions proposed by the Elementary Division of the
Faculty of Education (See page 5518)
1. Education of Young Children - This programme was approved
by Senate on January 8, 1969 and was referred to the New
Programmes Committee in error.
2. Canadian Studies - This proposal and the submission of the
Secondary Division concerning Social Studies, referred to on
page 5525 of the Senate Minutes, have been withdrawn by the
Faculty of Education.
3.  Major in Teaching English as a Second Language for Elementary
Teachers
Dr. Belshaw explained that the major was in the standard form 5569.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Reports of the Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Programme Expansions proposed by the Elementary Division of the
Faculty of Education
Major in Teaching English as a Second Language for Elementary
Teachers (continued)
for majors in the Faculty of Education, Elementary Division,
consisting of 9 units as follows:
(i)   One of Education 489, English 309, Linguistics
100, 200, 205, 300.
(ii)  Education 478 (with one of the first group as
prerequisite.)
(iii) One of Education 414, 472/473, 479, Anthropology
417, or another course in Linguistics.
It was pointed out that the Linguistics courses were all
courses available without prerequisite.  It was felt that the
approach through Linguistics was significant in the teaching
of English to children of non-English origin.
Dr. Belshaw ) That thz proposal oh thz Elementary
Dean Scarfe ) division oh thz FaculXy oh Education to
establish a major in the Teaching oh
English as a Second Language be approved.
Carried
Proposal of the Department of Music for a Bachelor of Music with a
major in Opera and a major in Sacred Music
The Chairman took the opportunity of introducing to Senate
the new Head of the Department of Music, Dr. D. M. McCorkle.
The two proposals had been referred to the New Programmes
Committee at a previous meeting.  Dr. Belshaw explained that the 5570.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal of the Department of Music for a Bachelor of Music with a
major in Opera and a major in Sacred Music (continued)
Major in Opera was essentially a change in name from the existing
programme which deals primarily with voice.  However, in the
course of changing the name a number of other minor changes were
introduced, more particularly the introduction of Music 125, Opera
Repertoire, to be taught in a sequence of 4 units, 1 in each year.
In the course of examining the proposal the committee felt
that there might be some merit in the Department of Music and the
Department of Theatre having greater contact in terms of the
development of the programme.
Dr. Belshaw )   That thz proposal hor a major in Opera
Dean Kenny  )   be approved, and that the dean oh Arts
be requested to arrange hor discussions
between the department oh Music and the
department oh Theatre with a view to
examining tie hoXure development oh those
components in the programme which would
benehit hiom collaboration between the
two departments.
In reply to a query it was stated that the recommendation of
the committee would be implemented by communication between the
Dean of Arts and the two departments concerned.
The motion was put and carried.
Dr, Belshaw stated that the committee recommended approval of
the proposal for a major in Sacred Music.  However, the committee
had not yet received information from the Department of Music about
k. 5571.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal of the Department of Music for a Bachelor of Music with a
major in Opera and a major in Sacred Music (continued)
the potential costs of an organ which would eventually be required
for the programme. This information would be required before the
committee could recommend the priority to be accorded to the
introduction of the programme.
Dr. Belshaw )  That thz proposal hiom thz department oh
Dean Kenny  ) Music hor a major in Sacred Music be
approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Dean Volkoff presented the report of the Senate Nominating
Committee. The committee recommended that membership of the Committee
on Architectural Planning and Academic Functions be as follows:
Deputy President W. M. Armstrong,
Mr. A. C. L. Fox,
Mr. W. Gerson,
Dr. R. A. Restrepo,
Dr. R. W. Seaton,
Dr. J. H. G. Smith,
Mr. J, T. Sydor,
Dr. W. E. Willmott.
It was suggested that Dr. J. H. G. Smith be asked to convene the
first meeting of the committee at which time the Chairman would be
selected.
Dean Volkoff )
Dr. Aho )
In amendment:
Mr. York )
Mr. Anderson )
That Senate approve the recommendations
oh thz Nominating Committzz.
That thz membership oh thz committee be
expanded to include a reprzszntative hiom
Social Work or Sociology. 5572.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
It was pointed out that the committee had the power to co-opt
additional members if necessary.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
Tributes Committee
Dr. McGregor reported that the following people would be present
to receive honorary degrees at the Congregation ceremonies in 1972:
Professor Norman J. Berrill,      Chancellor A. M. McGavin,
Mr. Arthur Hill, Mr. Lister Sinclair,
Miss Frances Hyland, Professor M. Y. Williams.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Proposed Calendar change concerning the degree of B.Com.
combined with the degree of LL.B.
It was explained that at the present time students taking
this programme were required to complete the pre-Commerce year
and the first three years in the Commerce and Law option in the
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration and three
complete years in the Faculty of Law at this University.
Transfer students from colleges were therefore prohibited from
entering the programme. The proposed change in the Calendar
statement recognized that students are coming to the University
from the colleges and would not be discriminated against if they
chose the B.Com.-LL.B. option. 5573.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Proposed Calendar change concerning the degree of B.Com.
combined with the degree of LL.B. (continued)
Dr. Mitten )      That thz proposed Calzndar change
Dr. Hall     )      concerning the degree oh B.Com. combined
with the dzgrzz oh LL.B.  bz approvzd.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposed new courses in Economics, Metallurgy and Music were
referred to the Senate Curriculum Committee. At the request of
Dean Kenny approval of a proposal for changes in unit value of
Philosophy courses was deferred pending clarification by the Faculty
of Arts.
A proposal to offer the following degree programmes was referred
to the Senate New Programmes Committee:
Doctor of Philosophy in Musicology (Ph.D.)
Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance and Composition (D.M.A.)
Master of Music in Ethnomusicology (M.Mus.)
A proposal to offer a Master's programme in Health Services
Planning was referred to the Senate New Programmes Committee.
Faculty of Law  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposed new courses were referred to the Senate Curriculum
Committee.
Dr. Norris  )    That a change in thz description oh
Dean McClean )    Law 141, Modern Jurisprudzntial Problems,
bz approvzd~.
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m 5574.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Proposals of the Faculties (continued)
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposed course revisions were referred to the Senate Curriculum
Committee.
Dr. Norris )    That course revisions listed as Category (b)
Dr. Brown  )    in Appendix 'B', be approved.
Carried
Centre for Continuing Education
Notification of a change in the certificate programme "Education
of Young Children" had been circulated for information.  The two year
(Part I and Part II) certificate programme has been reorganized into a
one year Advanced Continuing Education Certificate in Early Childhood
Education.
Report of the Librarian 1970-71
The report stated that two landmarks were established during the
year: recorded use exceeded two million loans and the collection size
attained a million and a half catalogued volumes, making the Library
the second largest academic library in Canada.
Mr. Stuart-Stubbs pointed out that U.B.C. undergraduates were
among the heaviest users of library materials in North America. He
stated that per capita loans have been increasing steadily in the last
decade. More books were processed in 1970-71 than in any previous
year, but continuing inflation would make it necessary to restrict the
Purchase of new subscriptions, additional copies of books and journals.
Reference was made to the problem of growing collections and 5575.
Wednesday,  February 23,  1972.
Report of the Librarian 1970-71   (continued)
limited storage space.    The Librarian stated that although material
could be miniaturized in some way, none of the techniques presently
available were convenient  to use or economically feasible.     Simon
Fraser University and the University of Victoria,  together with U.B.C.
were considering the establishment of a shared storage library, but it
was unlikely  that  this would be constructed in the near future.
The Chairman paid  tribute  to  the excellent work of  the Librarian
and his staff.
Congregation Dates - May 1972
The Registrar reported that it had now been possible to revert  to
the customary Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for the Congregation
ceremonies in May 1972.
Request of Regent College to affiliate with The University of British
Columbia
Dr.  Clark gave notice of  the  following motion:-
"That  Senate appoint a committee to consider a request  from
Regent College  to affiliate with U.B.C."
Other BusinesB
Faculty of MpH^jne - clinical Clerkship
Mr.  Robinson drew Senate's attention to a problem in the Faculty
°f Medicine's Fourth Year clinical internship programme.
At its June 25,   1969 meeting Senate passed the following
resolution:- 5576.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Other Business
Faculty of Medicine - Clinical Clerkship (continued)
"That Senate approve in principle the proposal of the
Faculty of Medicine that the Third Year of the degree
programme be reduced to 24 weeks in length in order
that the Fourth Year might be a 60-week term to include
the internship studies, thus reducing by approximately
a year the time required for a medical student to be
eligible for professional certification."
The following petition, signed by a large majority of the Third
Year Medical students, was read to Senate:
"There is no longer an opportunity for employment between
Third and Fourth Year medicine.  Students have a need for
monetary income.  Fees must still be paid for tuition -
over $650 per year. There has already been a precedent
for a stipend.  For the above reasons we ask for financial
support in the form of a stipend of $2,500 per year over
15 months.  The object of the Fourth Year of Medicine is
education through teaching and experience. Members of
this class endorse explicitly that there be adequate free
time for self education.  This should include the following:
(a) not more than one night's duty in four - at present
it is one in three in some areas;
(b) weekend duty most every other weekend; 5577.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Other Business
Faculty of Medicine - Clinical Clerkship (continued)
(c) ward duty should be passed on to other hospital staff
during specific teaching times.
"If these conditions are not met to the satisfaction of
the class, weekend and night duty will be withdrawn."
Permission was requested to waive the rule that the matter be
taken as notice of motion for the next meeting.
The Chairman said he would like more information before waiving
the rule of notice of motion.
Dean McCreary stated that the problem was common to every medical
school across Canada. All medical schools had now embarked on this
programme of incorporating the internship training into the final
clinical year to permit reduction by one year of the time required
for licensing of doctors.
The Dean stated that he had been unable to bring a concrete
proposal before Senate because the clinical internship waa a complex
situation. The student was an employee of the hospital and responsible
for the care of patients.  Problems had arisen in controlling the
load of patient care. However, it had already been agreed that
students be required to be on duty for only one night in four.
Students had no desire to return to the former system.
Dr, Friedman said he was more concerned with the academic content
°f the medical curriculum and felt Senate should concern itself with
the courses given. 5578.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Other Business
Faculty of Medicine - Clinical Clerkship (continued)
After further discussion it was agreed that a motion could be
put with the consent of Senate.
Dr. Belshaw   ) By unanimous consent, that thz President
Dean McCreary ) appoint a Senate committee to investigate
the problems oh thz mzdical clerkship
through consultation with thz Faculty oh
Medicine Stahh and students; the committee
to make a progress rzport at the next
mzzting oh Sznatz.
Following a brief debate the motion was put and carried.
Senate Representatives on the Board of Governors
Mr. Fox gave notice of the following motion:
"That Senate approve the principle that one of the three
members of Senate elected by the Senate to the Board of
Governors should be a student, and that the term of
representation of the student Senator on the Board of
Governors be two instead of the normal three years."
The Chairman ruled the motion out of order as it was contrary
to the Universities Act which states that Senate shall elect three
members to the Board from among the membership of Senate.  To propose
that one of the three members be a student was restricting the right
of Senators to nominate whom they wished.
Senate agreed to accept notice of the following motion by
Mr. Robinson:
"That Senate strike an ad hoc committee to investigate the
ramifications of the question of student membership on
the Board of Governors." 5579.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
Other Business (continued)
Congregation Ceremonies
A suggestion was made that steps should be taken to improve the
Congregation ceremonies so that more members of Faculty would attend.
It was stated that the cermonies were not for the benefit of the
Faculty but for students and their parents.
Miscellaneous
Dean Volkoff drew Senate's attention to a number of lectures to
be held on campus during March.
Dr. Aho informed Senate of the death of Dr. Jack Gower, Associate
Professor of Geology.  Dr. Gower made a significant contribution to
the campaign to raise funds for the new Geological Sciences Centre.
The Chairman stated that an appropriate letter would be sent to
members of Dr. Gower's family.
The meeting adjourned at 9.30 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
March 22, 1972.
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(     J Secretary
Confirmed,
P Chairman 5580,
Wednesday, February 23, 1972,
APPENDIX 'A
• Al
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Ando Laboratories Limited Scholarship in Dentistry - This
award of $300, gift of Ando Laboratories Limited, will be made
annually, upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry,
to the dental student who has completed his second year program
with superior academic standing and has demonstrated excellence
in technical and clinical operative procedures, as judged by
the Department of Restorative Dentistry.
Dominion Construction Co. Ltd. Bursaries - Two bursaries of
$250 each, gift of Dominion Construction Co. Ltd., are offered
to students in Civil Engineering.  Of these bursaries one will
be awarded to a student in the Fourth Year and the other to a
student in the Third Year. The awards will be made to students
deserving of assistance who are taking either the Materials
and Construction or the Structures option.
The Dean Finlayson Bursary - This bursary has been established
as a memorial to Dr. J. N. Finlayson by his family and friends.
After graduating from McGill, he served successively with
distinction as a Civil Engineer in private practice, and as a
Professor of Civil Engineering at Dalhousie University and later
at the University of Manitoba. Appointed Dean of the Faculty of
Applied Science at the University of B.C. in 1936, he maintained
and enhanced the already enviable reputation of that Faculty and
was chiefly responsible for the planning of the present Engineering Building. On retirement in 1950 he was awarded the degree
of Doctor of Science, Honoris Causa.  This bursary will be
awarded annually ln the amount of $100 to a student in Civil
Engineering who has good standing and needs financial assistance.
The Alfred Flook Memorial Scholarship - As a memorial to Alfred
Flook (B.A.Sc, Chemical Engineering, U.B.C. 1970), members of
his class, with assistance from the Department of Chemical
Engineering and several Companies, have established a fund. From
this fund a scholarship will be awarded annually to a student
completing the Third Year of Chemical Engineering and proceeding
to the Final Year.  The award will be made on the basis of
(1) active participation in student or departmental affairs
in Chemical Engineering, (2) pleasing personal qualities and
ability to cooperate with others, and only as a deciding factor
for those who qualify with respect to (1) and (2), on scholarship ability and financial need. The scholarship will be
awarded on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of
Chemical Engineering and the Student President or like officer
of the Fourth Year Chemical Engineering Class. mmammmmmmmm
""%&"
5581.
Wednesday, February 23, 19 72.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
(a) "    new courses or substantial changes
(b) ■ minor changes
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Economics
(a) New course
Economics 670 (1*5-3) Workshop in Natural
Resource Economics
Metallurgy
(a) New courses
Metallurgy 555 (1)  Statistical Thermodynamics
of Metals
583 (1) Non-Crystalline Materials
Music
(a) New courses
Music 507 (3-6)
529 (4)
531 (3)
539 (3-6)
547 (4)
548 (5)
649
Composition
Seminar in Ethnomusicology
Area Studies in Ethnomusicology
Opera Theatre III
Private Applied
Private Applied
Doctoral Thesis
Philosophy
(b) Change in unit
value from (3)
to (1*5-3)
Philosophy 500, 501, 502, 503, 505, 506, 511,
514, 521, 524, 573, 583, 593
FACULTY OF LAW
(a) New courses
252 (1) Native Peoples and the Law
256 (l*s) Poverty Law
277 (l*s) Topics in Private Law
279 (1*5) Topics in Public Law
281 (1*5) Topics in Commercial and Company Law
400 (l*s) Administration of Civil Justice
402 (1*5) Problems in Civil Litigation 5582.
Wednesday, February 23, 1972.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Changes
(b)
Pharmaceutics 310  change in description
454 change in unit value and
description
(a) New courses
(a)  Delete
401 (2)  Clinical Pharmacy )
402 (2)  Clinical Clerkship I )  in place
403 (2)  Clinical Clerkship II ) of 410,
404 (2)  Clinical Clerkship III ) 411.
410, 411

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