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 Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3751
The fourth regular meeting of the Senate of the University of
British Columbia for the Session 1966-67 was held on Wednesday,
May 24, 1967 at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present:  President John B.  Macdonald (Chairman), Dean W. M.
Armstrong, Dr. C S. Belshaw, Mr. R. M. Bibbs, Dr. M. Bloom,
Mr. C B. Bourne, Mr. F. K. Bowers, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Mr. W. T.
Brown, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Mr. C M. Campbell Jr., Dr. R. M. Clark,
Dean I. McTaggart-Cowan, Dean G. F. Curtis, Dean B. C. Eagles,
Dr. W. D. Finn, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean W. H. Gage, Dean J.A.F.
Gardner, Dr. W. C Gibson, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. N. A. Hall, Dean D.M.
Healy, Dr. J. A. Jacobs, Dr. D. T. Kenny, Dr. P. Larkin, Rev. E. C
Lebel, Dean S. Wah Leung, Dr. K. M. Lysyk, Dean Helen McCrae,
Dean J. F. McCreary, Mr. Justice J. A. Macdonald, Dr. C. A. McDowell,
Dr. J. R. Mcintosh, Mrs. H. J. MacKay, Mr. D. F. Manders, Dean A. W.
Matthews, Mr. John R. Meredith, Dr. Finlay A. Morrison, Dr. J. M.
Norris, Dr. A. J. Renney, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. C Rosenbluth,
Dean N. V. Scarfe, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dr. J. H. C Smith, Mr. E. D.
Sutcliffe, Dr. G. H. N. Towers, Mrs. B. E. Wales, Dr. H. V. Warren,
Dr. W. A. Webber, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams, Dr. S. H.
Zbarsky.
Visitors:  Mr. C R. Selman, Mr. A. Myers, Mr. J. Banham, Mrs. C
Buckland.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received
from Chancellor J. M. Buchanan, Mr. D. A. Freeman, The Hon. Howard C
Green, Dr. W. S. Hoar, Dr. H. L. Keenleyside, Mr. D. F. Miller,
Dean V. J. Okulitch, Dr. C J. Parfitt, Mr. R. F. Sharp, Dr. M. W.
Steinberg, Dr. R. W. Stewart, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Rev. W. S. Taylor.
Minutes of Previous Meeting.
Dean Gage   )        That the minutes of the third regular
Dean Cowan  )        meeting of Senate for the Session 1966-67
held on February 15, 1967, having been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Senate Membership
Notification of the reappointment by the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council of Dr. R. F. Sharp and Mr. W. T. Brown for a period of three
years ending March 1970 was received for information.
Business Arising from the Minutes of the Previous Meeting.
The Chairman reported that a Committee had been struck to
investigate non-academic impediments to the granting of professional
degrees.  The Committee, whose members were Dean Curtis, Dean McCreary
and Dean Leung, would report their findings to a later meeting of
Senate.
Notification of Approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate Recommendations
 1	
1. That Geography 405 be offered in Mexico in the Summer of 1968.
2. The hood for the Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree.
3. Forestry courses for credit toward B.Sc. Degree.
4. Revision of name of "The Institute of Earth and Planetary
Sciences".
5. Extra-Sessional Courses (May-August) to be offered by the Faculty
of Arts.
6. Correspondence Course Psychology 206 to be offered by the
Faculty of Arts.
7. Programme in Astronomy to be offered by the Faculty of Science.
8. M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Pathology.
9. Master of Applied Science degree in Agricultural Engineering.
10. Master of Science in Nursing.
11. New courses as proposed by the Faculties (Page 3724-42 of Senate
Minutes), as modified by the Curriculum Committee of Senate.
12. Diploma Programme in Dental Hygiene.
3752 Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Reports of Senate Committees
Senate Executive Committee
The Senate Executive Committee had dealt with a number of
items on the Agenda and their recommendations had been attached
to the relevant papers.
Committee on Role and Organization of Senate
Student Membership on Senate
Dean Gage briefly explained the report of his Committee.
Dean Gage  )     That the following recommendations from
Dr. Copp   )     the Committee on Role and Organization
of Senate concerning student membership
on Senate be approved:
1. That students have membership on Senate.
2. That at any one time student membership on Senate be
not more than four.
3. That of the four student representatives at least one
be a student registered in the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.
4. That students registered in the Faculty of Graduate
Studies elect one of their members, and the remainder
of the students elect three representatives from the
entire student body.
5. That the election of student Senators be conducted by
the Alma Mater Society.
6. That to qualify for candidacy a student, in the academic
year most recently taken prior to the election, have
taken a full Winter Session programme of studies at this
University and attained at least a Second Class standing
and
that to retain eligibility for Senate membership, a
student continue to carry satisfactorily a full academic
load in a regular Winter Session in the Faculty in which
he is registered at this University.
3753 Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3754
Reports of Senate Committees
Committee on Role and Organization of Senate
Student Membership on Senate  (Continued)
7.  That the interpretation of the eligibility rules lie
with Senate.
It was pointed out that the addition of four students
would necessitate adding an additional four members of
Faculty to Senate, in accordance with Section 23 (j) of the
Universities Act.
Mr. Rogers  )   That the motion concerning recommendations
Mr. Manders )   of the Committee on Role and Organization
of Senate on the subject of student
membership be tabled.
Defeated
A request was made for recommendations from the
Committee on Role and Organization of Senate concerning the
composition of Senate, to be available for the next meeting
of Senate in September.  Dean Gage pointed out that his
Committee had not considered investigating the constitution
of Senate but rather to study the role and organization of
Senate as it existed at the present time.
After further discussion, the motion was carried.
Curriculum Committee
(a)  Report on Procedure
It was noted for the information of Senate that the
Curriculum Committee had submitted a report entitled
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3755
Reports of Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
Report on Procedure  (Continued)
"Proposals for Improving the Effectiveness of Senate in
Course Development and Curriculum Changes" which had been
passed direct to the Committee on Role and Organization of
Senate.
(b)  Report on courses and curricula referred by the Executive
Committee to the Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hall explained that there had not been sufficient
time for consideration to be given to all the items referred
to his Committee prior to the meeting of Senate and requested
that with the exception of two items, these changes be
approved subject to any objections being made by the
Curriculum Committee.
Dr. Hall   )    That the individual proposals of the
Dr. Bowers  )    Faculties and Schools on new courses,
changes in courses and changes in
regulations be accepted on condition
that no objections are raised to them by
the Curriculum Committee of Senate by
June 30, 1967.
Members of Senate were asked to communicate with the
Curriculum Committee in writing, via the Secretary of Senate
if they wished to comment on any of the course proposals.
Dr. Rosenbluth requested a report for the next meeting
of Senate on the findings of the Curriculum Committee on Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3756
Reports of Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
(b)  Report on courses and curricula referred by the Executives
Committee of Senate  (Continued)
the various items (see Appendix A.)  Dr. Hall agreed to this.
The motion was then carried.
Faculty of Arts
Proposal for changes in the regulations defining
requirements for the B.A. degree
Science - Proposal that the compulsory science requirement
be dropped.
Dr. Hall explained that the objective of the Faculty
of Arts had been to remove the compulsory feature, preferring to rely on encouragement and advice to have students
take a science course of a general nature.
Dr. Hall    )   That deletion of the compulsory science
Dr. Morrison )    requirement for students taking the B.A.
degree be approved.
Dr. Clark and Dr. Norris were both strongly apposed
to the proposal.  They and others felt that if some students
were given the opportunity to avoid taking a science course
they would do so.  It was pointed out that the Faculty of
Science had produced a number of courses which were of a
general educational nature and intended for students who did
not wish to take specialized courses in Science.
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3757
Reports of Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
Proposal for changes in the regulations defining
requirements for the B.A. degree
Science  (Continued)
Mr. Meredith informed Senate that in future the
Department of Education would require an additional year of
study in science in secondary schools.  In previous years a
minimum science requirement could have been completed in
Grades 9 and 10.  He felt that with the new requirement that
Grades 11 or 12 Science be taken in Chemistry, Physics or
Biology with a requirement of a 60% standing, the danger of
students remaining completely illiterate in this field was
somewhat diminished.
The subject was further debated. There was general
agreement that students in the Faculty of Arts should have
some exposure to Science taught at the University level.
The motion was then put and defeated.
English Language and Literature
Proposal that in the First Year, either English 100 or
Arts I be required, and subsequently (not necessarily in
Second Year) at least one additional course in Literature,
not necessarily English Literature, be required.  (The
original requirement had been that both English 100 and 200,
courses in Literature and Composition, be completed
satisfactorily.) Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
Reports of Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts
Proposal for changes in the regulations defining
requirements for the B.A. degree
English Language and Literature  (Continued)
3758
Dr. Hall   )
Dean Healy )
That the proposal to alter the
requirement of English 200 for the B.A.
degree be approved.
After considerable discussion it was agreed that a
student should be exposed to the benefits of good literature
but not necessarily English literature, and that it would
give students of different nationalities the opportunity of
studying literature in their own language and of their own
country.  It was made clear, however, that if a student could
not manage such a course in another language he would still
be required to take English 200.
The Motion was then carried.
Dean White asked that the motion be amended by adding
the following:  "That for the session 1967-68, the Faculty
of Commerce shall have the discretion to prescribe another
course in lieu of English 200".
Dean White   )
Dr. McDowell )
That the amendment be added.
Carried Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3759
Reports from Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts
Proposal for changes in the regulations defining
requirements for the B.A. degree
Language other than English
(Present requirement:  that a language other than
English be completed satisfactorily to the Second Year Level.)
Proposed requirements:  that a student entering the
Faculty following completion of a language other than English
to a Grade 12 level be exempt further study of a language
other than English; that a student not fulfilling this condition
be required to complete either one year of University study
in a language taken by the student in Grade 11 o_r a one-year
intensive six-unit beginners' course, or alternatively, two
three-unit courses in consecutive years (normally First and
Second), in another language.
It was pointed out that although those students with
four years of a foreign language in secondary school would
not be required to take any further language, a good student
who reached Grade 12 for example, in French or Spanish, would
have a sound basis from which to develop a reading knowledge
of the language.
Mr. Cairnie complained that the task of teaching a
compulsory subject was merely being transferred to the high
schools.  He believed that the proposal tended to penalize Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3760
Reports from Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts
Proposal for changes in the regulations defining
Requirements for the B.A. degree
Language other than English  (Continued)
the student who was weak in French.  He proposed that the
motion be amended to read:
"That a student entering the Faculty following completion
of a language other than English to the Grade 11 level be
exempt further study of a language other than English".
The remainder to be deleted.
The amendment was not seconded.
A vote on the motion was called for and the motion was
defeated.
Rather than have Senate propose a substitute motion
and thereby initiate a change in an Arts programme, it was
agreed that the matter be referred back to the Faculty of Arts.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The Curriculum Committee recommended approval of the
following new courses and course changes:
Community and Regional Planning
New :   532  ( 1%)  Transportation Planning III -
Urban Environment and Community
Consequences.
533 ( 1^)  Transportation Planning IV -
Regional and Systems Analysis.
534 (1-3)  Transportation Research Seminar.
550  (1-3)  Directed Studies.
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3761
Reports from Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Community and Regional Planning (Continued)
Change  522  -  course expanded from 1^ to 3 units.
Geology
New     535     (3) Theoretical Chemical Petrology.
Dr. Hall   ) That the Community and Regional Planning
Dean Cowan ) courses from the Faculty of Graduate
Studies be approved.
Carried
New Programmes Committee
Proposal for a Faculty of Nursing and Related Health Sciences
The Chairman reported the recommendations of the
Executive Committee, and explained that the difficulty was
how the proposal would fit into the general concept of the
Health Sciences Centre.  He further explained that there was
already in existence a President's Committee under the
chairmanship of Dean Curtis to consider this very problem.
Dean Gage     )  That the proposal for a Faculty of Nursing
Dean Armstrong )  and Related Health Sciences together with
the report of the New Programmes Committee,
be referred to the President's Committee.
Carried Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Reports from Senate Committees
New Programmes Committee
Proposal for a Faculty of Nursing and Related Health Sciences
(Continued)
Dr. Belshaw )   That the President's Committee be
Dr. Kenny   )   requested to report to Senate in respect
of the academic implications of their
report, prior to submitting a report to
the Board.
Carried
3762
Proposal for a Department of Linguistics in the Faculty
of Arts
Mr. Bourne spoke briefly on the report of his
committee recommending that a Linguistics Department be
established.
Mr. Bourne  )    That a new Department of Linguistics be
Dr. Norris  )    established in the Faculty of Arts.
Carried
Proposal to Establish a School of Planning
Mr. Bourne spoke briefly on the recommendations of his
Committee on New Programmes.
Mr. Bibbs raised an objection to the title "A School
of Planning", it being somewhat ambiguous, and it was
suggested that it be changed to "A School of Community and
Regional Planning".  Dean Cowan stated that the title had
been carefully considered and it had been thought desirable
to retain a certain amount of ambiguity to allow a wider Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3763
Reports of Senate Committees
New Programmes Committee
Proposal to Establish a School of Planning  (Continued)
scope of development.  However, he felt confident that
there would be no objection to the change proposed.
Dr. Clark was concerned with environmental planning.
He felt that the curriculum was insufficiently related to
Architecture.  He considered that there should be a closer
relationship between Architecture and Planning such as
existed at a number of leading universities.  Dean White
pointed out that this question had been considered at some
length by the Committee and referred to Section 8 of the
report of the President's Committee on Community and
Regional Planning, where the Committee had undertaken to
develop a more carefully constructed programme.  He felt
that there would be proposals from that Committee to Senate
before long.
Dr. Finn referred to the concern regarding course
structure of Community Planning.  He felt that this would
enable people to receive a training comparable to that of
other institutions.  In a two year period they were trying
to turn out people in demand for a specific type of activity.
He felt that the School had a very important role to play. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Reports of Senate Committees.
New Programmes Committee
Proposal to Establish a School of Planning  (Continued)
Dean White  )    That Senate approve the proposal of the
Mr. Bibbs  )    New Programmes Committee to organize a
programme of Community and Regional
Planning in a School of Community and
Regional Planning within the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.  Also that Senate approve
the proposal of the New Programmes Committee
that the planning organization at this
University be reconstituted as a School of
Community and Regional Planning within the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Carried
After further discussion,
Dean White )    That Senate establish a committee to
Dean Cowan )    examine the feasibility and desirability
of creating formal arrangements for the
co-ordination and support of research and
study in the natural resources fields.
Dr. Scott suggested that this should only refer to
Graduate Studies.
Dean Curtis requested that this restriction not be made.
Dr. Scott     )  That the above motion refer only to
Dr. Rosenbluth )  Graduate Studies.
There was further discussion on the pros and cons of
Senate forming such a committee.
3764
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Reports of Senate Committees
New Programmes Committee
Proposal to Establish a School of Planning  (Continued)
After further discussion it was agreed that Senate
should not initiate a proposal for new structures within
the University and that such matters should come through
the Faculties.
The amendments were voted on and defeated.
A vote on the motion was called for and the motion
was defeated.
Proposed M.A. in Religious Studies.
Mr. Bourne spoke briefly on the recommendations of his
committee and a debate followed.
Mr. Bourne  )   That the Master of Arts in Religious
Dr. Norris  )   Studies be offered.
Carried
3765
Mr. Bourne  )   That the Deans of the Faculties of Arts
Dr. Norris  )   and Graduate Studies be charged with a
critical evaluation of the proposed new
courses in reference to Section 70 (1)
of the Universities Act "Each University
shall be strictly non-sectarian in
principle, and no religious creed or dogma
shall be inculcated", and that they assure
themselves and Senate that the content of
these courses complies with this section
of the Universities Act.
Carried Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3766
Reports of Senate Committees.
New Programmes Committee
Proposed M.A. in Religious Studies  (Continued)
Mr. Bourne )    That a review of the undergraduate
Dr. Norris )    programme in the Department of Religious
Studies be made in view of the recommendation of the New Programmes Committee that
Religious Studies should be undertaken
mainly at the graduate level by students
who are well-grounded in one of the
disciplines of the humanities and social
sciences and that the undergraduate
programme should be limited to a small
number of courses designed for students
who may have a general interest in the
subj ect.
Carried
It was requested that the Faculties of Arts and
Graduate Studies investigate and report back to Senate.
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
The Senate Executive Committee had recommended approval of
the new awards and changes in awards shown in Appendix B.
Dean Gage   )   That the new awards and changes in awards
Dean Scarfe )   be accepted, subject to the approval of
the Board of Governors, and that letters
of thanks be sent to the donors, and that
the medals, prizes, scholarships and
fellowships be awarded as recommended on
Lists No. 1, 2 and 3.
Carried
A Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3767
Reports of Senate Committees
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries  (Continued)
Dean Gage spoke briefly on the scholarhip winners, and drew
attention to the winner of the Governor-General's Gold Medal,
William David Sharp, who had achieved a First Class standing in
27 out of his 29 courses.  It was noted that William David Sharp
was the son of Dr. R. F. Sharp, a member of Senate, who had been
unable to attend the meeting.
Admissions Committee
Proposed Regulations governing the granting of credit
on transfer from other universities, colleges and schools
Dean Gage explained that the proposal was intended as
a guide to assist outside institutions, and that there were
in fact no changes in the regulations.
Dean Gage  )    That the document giving regulations
Dean Healy )    governing the granting of credit on
transfer from other universities, colleges
and schools be approved by Senate for the
1967-68 Session.
Carried
Committee on University Art
The Secretary read a report from the Committee on
University Art that the painting of the portrait of President
John B. Macdonald was under way and that the artist was Mr. Bruce
Stapleton, of West Vancouver.  The report was received for
information. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
1. Curriculum and Course Changes
See Appendix A.
2. Approval in Principle of proposal to offer Diploma
Programmes in Continuing Education for Engineers
The New Programmes Committee had considered this item
and recommended Senate's approval of the proposal.  They had
reported that these diploma programmes would be similar in
principle to those already established in other fields, such
as adult education, agriculture and various subjects in
commerce.  Senate was asked to approve only the criteria for
the diploma programmes in engineering.  When specific
programmes were prepared they would be submitted to Senate
for approval.
Mr. Bourne    )  That the proposal to offer Diploma
Dean Armstrong )  Programmes in Continuing Education for
Engineers be accepted.
A discussion followed as to the responsibility for
approving such courses.  It was suggested by the Chairman
that they should not be put through the Curriculum Committee
as this would encroach on the work of the Continuing
Education Department.
3768
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Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
2.  Approval in Principle of proposal to offer Diploma
Programmes in Continuing Education for Engineers  (Continued)
Concern was expressed at paragraph 3 of the report
entitled "Administration" in which it was stated that general
policy governing the administration of the diploma programmes
would be set by the Executive Committee of the Council on
Continuing Education for Engineers.  It was felt that the
responsibility for establishing a programme of the University
should not be left to an outside body.
However, assurance was given that before a programme
was established, a small steering committee would be set up
to which the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science would
appoint people likely to be concerned from his own and other
faculties.
It was also pointed out that later on in the report it was
made clear that as each programme was developed it would be
submitted to Senate for confirmation.
In answer to a query as to whether Senate had approved
diploma programmes in the past, the Registrar explained that
it had for the Diploma for Adult Education because this
programme had courses in it which were Master's degree
courses.
3769 Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3770
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
2.  Approval in Principle of proposal to offer Diploma
Programmes in Continuing Education for Engineers (Continued)
Dr. McDowell objected to the term "units", as applied
in paragraph V.l of the proposal "The programme will be
equivalent to 12 units of course work ..." Dean
Armstrong stressed that these courses could not be used
for graduate credit because such a student would not be
qualified to enter the Graduate School in the first place.
Mr. Brousson supported Dean Armstrong and stressed the
need for this type of programme in the University.  He
hoped that it would lead to more of its kind, there being
no intention to look for Ph.D or Master's degrees, but
merely for further education.
In reply to an objection made by Dr. McDowell, Dean
Curtis suggested that the word "unit" be replaced by the
term "diploma credit".  Dean Armstrong agreed.
Dr. Copp      )  That the word "unit" in paragraph V.l
Dean Armstrong )  of the proposal for Diploma programmes in
Continuing Education for Engineers to be
offered, be replaced by the term "diploma
credit".
Carried
The original motion was then carried.
A Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3771
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Arts
!•   New Courses and Course Changes
See Appendix A.
2. Changes in Faculty Regulations
(a) Extra-Sessional Courses.
(b) Students who undertake the study of Chinese and
Japanese in the Third and Fourth Years.
See Appendix A.
3. Changes in general requirements for the B.A. degree
See pages 3756 - 3760 under the report of the Curriculum
Committee of Senate.
4. Request for investigation of marking system
This request was circulated for information, the Senate
Executive Committee having referred it direct to the Senate
Committee on Admissions.
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Curriculum and course proposals - See Appendix A.
Faculty of Dentistry
First Year Dentistry Hygiene Curriculum and new Dental Hygiene
courses  -  See Appendix A.
Faculty of Forestry
New courses  -  See Appendix A. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
1. New courses and course changes
See Appendix A.
2. "Review of Graduate Study at the University of British
Columbia"
Owing to the lateness of the hour, it was requested
that this item be brought back to Senate at the next meeting
with a preferred position on the Agenda.
3. Distinctive Ph.D. Regalia
The proposed regalia consisting of the following was
displayed for approval:
The Gown Cambridge style (Ph.D) gown of maroon silk material
with front panel facings of U.B.C. blue silk 4"
wide outlined with gold piping; sleeve facings of
U.B.C. blue silk with gold piping for cord and
button.
The Hood  Cambridge pattern with U.B.C. blue silk outside
and gold silk lining.
The Cap  Decanal bonnet of maroon silk material trimmed
with gold cord and with a longer tassel hanging 1"
over the rim of the bonnet.
Dean Cowan  )   That the Ph.D gown, hood and cap be
Dr. Webber  )   approved.
Carried
4. Change in admission requirements for Master's Degrees in
Education for applicants not holding Education Degrees
The report of the Senate Executive Committee indicated
that this proposal had come about as a result of a change in
Department of Education requirements for a "permanent
3772
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Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
4.  Change in admission requirements for Master's Degrees in
Education for applicants not holding Education Degrees
(Continued)
certificate" for teachers not holding a Bachelor of Education
degree.  It was a concomitant simplification of University
regulations that replaced an arbitrary requirement by more
flexible faculty rulings for students seeking admission to
the Master's degree programme in Education.
Dean Cowan  )    That approval be given for the deletion
Dean Scarfe )    of the requirement of six extra units of
prerequisite Education courses for
admission to Master's programmes, (1) for
applicants with a B.A. or B.Sc. (or other
approved degree) and the post graduate
teacher training year, or (2) for
applicants with sufficient standing to
satisfy the Faculties of Graduate Studies
and Education that teacher training
requirements may be waived.
Carried
Faculty of Medicine
Proposal to change the Department of Preventive Medicine
to the Department of Health Care and Epidemiology.
See Appendix A.
Faculty of Science
1.  New courses and course changes
See Appendix A.
3773 Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3774
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Science  (Continued)
2.  Combined Forest and Forest Biology programme
See Appendix A.
Joint Submission from the Faculties of Arts, Education
and Science - Extra-sessional courses
See Appendix A.
Candidates for Degrees - Congregation 1967
Lists of candidates for degrees to be awarded at the Spring
Congregation 1967 were circulated at the meeting.
The Registrar reported that there were about 50 more Candidates
than in 1966 totalling 2401.  In addition there were 75 diplomas
indicating a slight growth over the past.
Dean Gage     )      That the candidates for degrees as
Dean Curtis   )      approved by the Faculties be granted
the degrees for which they were recommended,
and that the Registrar, in consultation
with the Deans concerned and the Chairman
of Senate, make any necessary adjustments.
Carried
Other Business
The Chairman announced that Dr. & Mrs. Walter C Koerner were
making a new and unique award to the University to honour
the 75th birthday of Dr. Leon Koerner.  This was an annual award
of $5,000 entitled "A Master Teacher Award" to give recognition
to outstanding teachers of undergraudates at this University.
No award would be made in any year in which the Committee
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3775
Other Business  (Continued)
should choose not to recognize any of the candidates.  To be
eligible, candidates must have served at least three years in the
University in the ranks of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor
or Professor and during that time must have taught undergraduate
courses in the Winter Sessions.  The idea of the award was to
stimulate a greater interest in good teaching.
Dean Gage  )        That an appropriate letter of thanks
Dean Cowan )        be sent to Dr. & Mrs. Koerner.
Carried
President John B. Macdonald
Dean Curtis made an address to the President on behalf of
Senate to express appreciation for the leadership and guidance
that he had provided the University and this Province and to wish
him well.
The President thanked Dean Curtis, and the Senate, stating
that he had found his years here, interesting, instructive and
even entertaining.
Senate applauded heartily.
Retirement of Dean Eagles and Dean Matthews
Dean Gage drew members' attention to the retirement of Dean
Eagles and Dean Matthews and on behalf of Senate expressed thanks
for their very great contributions to the University and wished
them a happy retirement. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3776
Retirement of Dean Eagles and Dean Matthews  (Continued)
Whilst Dean Matthews was going to Toronto and might not be seen in
Vancouver too frequently, Dean Eagles planned in the immediate future
to maintain very close connections with the Faculty of Agriculture.
The meeting adjourned at 11.00 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 6, 1967,
at 8.00 p.m.
^~~~^   Secretary
Confirmed,
A""Chairman Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3777
APPENDIX A
PROPOSALS FROM THE FACULTIES
The following proposals from the Faculties concerning curriculum
and course changes and other proposals were approved subject to no
objections being raised by members of Senate and the Curriculum
Committee by June 30, 1967.
Faculty of Applied Science
Course Changes
Geology 150 -      reduction in laboratory hours.
Physics 156 -      addition of tutorial period.
Curriculum Change
Mechanical Engineering, Fourth Year, Option 1:
Addition of Computer Science 251 for the 1967-68 Session only.
Faculty of Arts
New Courses
Creative Writing   405 ( 3
Creative Writing   415 ( 3
English 316 ( 3
English 367 ( 3
Geography 463 (1%
Geography 470 Oh
Geography 497 Oh
History 303 ( 3
History 315 ( 3
History 436 ( 3
History 437 ( 3
Non-fiction writing.
The Theory and Practice of Translation.
The Classical Tradition in English
Literature.
Honours Shakespeare.
Regional Economics Development of the
United States.
Aerial Photographs in Geographical
Enquiry.
Geography of the Canadian Arctic.
The History of the Canadian West.
History of the Natural Sciences in
Modern Times.
Diplomatic History of the United States,
The American Cultural Impact on Canada.
A Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3778
Faculty of Arts
New Courses  (Continued)
Psychology
Psychology
Psychology
340 (1-3)  Directed Studies in Psychology.
402 ( 3 )  Experimental Techniques in
Personality Research.
407 Oh  )  Physiological Psychology Laboratory.
Changes in Courses
French
French
Geography
Geography
412 ( 3 )  Title and description changed to
Poetry and Theatre from 1850 to 1900.
413 ( 3 )  Title and description changed to
The Nineteenth-Century Novel from
the Origins of Realism to Proust.
370 Oh  )  Title and description changed to
Air Photograph Analysis.
492       Unit value changed from 3 to 1%.
Changes in Faculty Regulations.
Extra Sessional Courses
Removal of restriction of a limit of 15 units of extra-sessional
courses towards a B.A. degree.
Removal of restriction of a limit of 3 unit? of extra-sessional
courses in any one year towards a B.A. degree.
Students who undertake the study of Chinese or Japanese in their
third and fourth years.
Alteration in required number of units for graduation.
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
New Courses
Commerce
Mathematics
221 ( 2 )  Organizational Behaviour.
311 Oh  )  Application of Quantitative Techniques.
312 Oh  )  Application of Quantitative Techniques.
459 ( 3 )  Introduction to Accounting.
211 ( 3 )  Mathematical Methods for Business
Decisions I.
212 ( 3 )  Mathematical Methods for Business
Decisions I.
311 (1% )  Mathematical Methods for Business
Decisions II. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3779
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
New Courses  (Continued)
Mathematics
312 (1% )  Mathematical Methods for Business
Decisions II.
For the M.B.A. Programme
Commerce
Commerce
315 Oh  )  Statistics
316 ( 3 )  Management Science.
Course Changes
Commerce
252
261
371
323
Description revised.
Change in unit value and course content,
renumbered 271, unit value reduced,
description changed.
Title changed to Manpower Management.
Courses deleted
Commerce
253 and 281
Faculty of Dentistry
Curriculum of the First Year of the Dental Hygiene Programme:
Psychology      100 (As for Faculty of Arts).
New Courses
Dental Hygiene
201 ( 3
202 ( 2
203 ( 5
204 (1%
205 ( 1
206 ( 1
207 (14
208 ( 1
209 ( 3
Gross, Oral and Dental Anatomy.
General and Oral Histology and
Embryology.
Human Biology.
Microbiology.
Dental Health Education.
Radiology.
Dental Materials and Methods.
Dental Practice.
Preclinical and Clinical Dental
Hygiene.
A Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3780
Faculty of Forestry
New Undergraduate Courses  (for inclusion in the 1968-69 Curriculum)
Forestry
484 Oh  )  Forest Ecosystems.
493 (lh  ) Forest Recreation Management,
494 (1% )  Forest Wildlife Management.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Agricultural Engineering
New Courses
Biology
New Courses
Commerce
New Courses
Change
Economics
New Courses
565 ( 1 )
582 ( 1 )
Environmental Control for
Agricultural Production.
Physicomechanical Properties of
Agricultural Products.
506 (1*5 )
507 (1% )
508 ( 3 )
548 (1-3)
Principles of Radiotracer Methodology
in Biological Research.
Biological Applications of Radiotracers
Current Topics in Genetics.
Advanced Topics in Biology.
577 (lh  ) Optimal Financing Decisions.
581 (l-li )  Seminar in Management Science.
582 (1^-3) Seminar on Simulation Models in
Business.
577 -    Renumbered as 578 with new title and
description.
578 Oh  )  Financial Management.
612 Oh  )  Problems and Policies in Economic
Development. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3781
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Economics  (Continued)
Changes
Forestry
New Courses
500 and 600 replaced by the following 5 half-
courses,  (net increase lh  units)
500 Oh  )  Micro Economics I.
501 Oh  )  Micro Economics II.
550 Oh  )  Micro Economics
551 Oh  )  Economic Fluctuations and Growth.
600 Oh  )  Special Topics in Economic Theory.
502 - replaced by the following 3 half-courses,
net increase 1% units).
552 Oh  )  International Economics I.
562 Oh  )  International Economics II.
652 Oh  )  Topics in International Economics.
511 - replaced by the following 2 half-courses.
581 Oh  )  Market Structure and Business
Behaviour.
591 Oh  ) Business Performance and Public Policy.
515 - replaced by the following 2 half-courses.
515 0-h  )  Mathematical Economics I.
516 Oh  )  Mathematical Economics II.
507 - title and description changed to:
Labour Economics.
508 - description changed.
571 ( 2 )  Rheological Behaviours of Wood Base
Materials.
579 ( 2 )  Origin of Wood Pulp Properties.
593 (1-3)  Problems in Forest Recreation
Management.
594 (1-3)  Research Methods in Forest Recreation.
595 (1-3)  Problems in Forest Wildlife Management
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Forestry  (Continued)
New Courses
596 (1-3)  Research Methods in Forest Wildlife
Studies.
Psychology
New Courses
520 ( 3 )  Operant Conditioning
521 ( 3 )  Psycholinguistics
Faculty of Medicine
Change in title of the Department of Preventive Medicine to "The
Department of Health Care and Epidemiology".
3782
Faculty of Science
Biology
New Courses
Chemistry
New Courses
Changes
310 Oh  )  Human Heredity and Evolution
448 (1-3)  Directed Studies in Biology.
220 ( 3 )  Physical Inorganic Chemistry
315 ( 2 )  Practical Chemistry Laboratory
304 - to become
304 ( 2 )  Physical Chemistry
324 ( 1 )  Physical Chemistry Laboratory and
Tutorial.
310 - to become
310 ( 2 )  Inorganic Chemistry
320 ( 1 )  Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory. Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3783
Faculty of Science
Chemistry
Changes  (Continued)
Physics
New Courses
Change
311
to become
311 ( 1 )  Modern Analytical Methods.
321 ( 1 ) Laboratory in Modern Analytical
Methods.
309 ( 2 )  Experimental Physics,
308 - Laboratory portion split into separate
course.
318 (1) Optics Laboratory
300/303 Laboratory portion split into separate
course.
319 (1) Electricity Laboratory
Geophysics.
New Courses
420 ( 3 )  Review of Modern Astronomy
421 ( 3 )  Principles of Modern Astronomy.
Combined Biology and Forest Biology Honours Programme.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
New Courses
Religious Studies  500 ( 3 )  Reading and Research
531 ( 3 )  Seminar in Religious Studies
549 (3-6) Master's Thesis.
Hebrew
500 ( 3 )  Semitic Literature and Philology,
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3784
Joint Submission from the Faculties of Arts, Education and Science
Extra-Sessional Courses for the Session 1967-68.
On Campus
Anthropology 301
Anthropology 412
Asian Studies 205
Asian Studies 330
Economics 200
Economics 300
Education 309
Education 460
Education 407
Education 305
Education 419
Education 332
Education 400
Education 418
English 200
English 303
English 309
English 311
English 321
English 360
English 366
English 392
English 429
Fine Arts 327
Fine Arts 431
French 223
French 415
Geology 105
German 100
Indians of British Columbia
Introduction to Anthropological Problems.
Introduction to East Asia.
History of Japanese Civilization.
Principles of Economics
Intermediate Economic Analysis.
General Science for Elementary School
Teachers.
Introduction to Educational Administration.
Introduction to Study of Exceptional
Children.
Art Education.
Introduction to Speech Correction.
Psychology of Adolescence - Development
and Adjustment.
Philosophy of Education.
Introduction to Special Education in
Secondary Schools.
Literature and Composition
English Composition.
Modern English and its background.
Children's Literature.
Approaches to Poetry.
Sixteenth-Century Survey to 1611.
Shakespeare
Victorian Poetry.
Contemporary Literature.
Art of North America
Art and Humanism :  The Scientific Age,
1600-1960
Practice in Speech and Writing.
The Contemporary Novel from 1918.
General Geology
First Year German Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
Joint Submission from the Faculties of Arts, Education and Science
Extra-Sessional Courses for the Session 1967-68
On Campus  (Continued)
3785
History 326
History 329
History 429
History 432
Italian 200
British North America, 1763-1867.
The Social Development of Canada.
History of the American West.
Diplomacy of the Great Powers after 1939.
Second Year Italian.
Mathematics 200
Mathematics 202
Mathematics 300
Mathematics 308
Microbiology 200
Philosophy 100
Philosophy 317
Political Science 204
Political Science 310
Algebra and Geometry.
Calculus
Calculus II
Topics in Algebra
Introductory Microbiology.
Introduction to Philosophy.
Philosophy of Religion.
International Politics.
Introduction to Political Behaviour.
Psychology 100
Psychology 206
Psychology 305
Psychology 405
Sociology 306
Sociology 315
Sociology 412
Introductory Psychology.
Dynamics of Behaviour.
Theory of Personality.
Social Learning
Socialization
Social Stratification
Introduction to Sociological Problems,
Spanish 100
Spanish 200
First Year Spanish.
Second Year Spanish.
Theatre 300
Theatre 301
Theatre Practice
Children's Theatre.
A Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3786
Joint Submission from the Faculties of Arts, Education and Science
Extra-Sessional Courses for the Session 1967-68  (Continued)
Off Campus
Education
331
Education
331
Education
331
Education
332
Education
305
Education
415
Education
308
Education
307
Education
400
Education
430
Education
470
Psychology of Childhood
Psychology of Childhood
Psychology of Childhood
Psychology of Adolescence-
Development and Adjustment.
Art Education
Developmental Reading.
Physical Education
Music Education
Philosophy of Education
History of Education
Educational Sociology
Prince Rupert
Surrey
Powell River
Kelowna
Prince George
Langley.
Kamloops.
Penticton.
Abbotsford.
Abbotsford.
Coquitlam
Psychology 301  Development Psychology
Kelowna Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3787
APPENDIX B
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards
The Ida Singh Banns Memorial Prizes
In memory of Ida Singh Banns and as a tribute to her active interest
in international affairs and her devotion to the ideals and principles
expressed by Mahatma Ghandi, two prizes of $100 each are offered by
her husband.  These prizes, one to a student of East Indian origin
and the other without restriction, will be awarded to undergraduates
in the upper years or to graduates specializing in international
studies, history, or related fields, who not only have attained good
academic standing, but have also indicated special interest in
problems of international understanding, as exemplified in the teachings of Mahatma Ghandi.
The Canadian Mental Health Association Scholarship in Psychiatry
A scholarship of $300, gift of the Canadian Mental Health Association
is offered to graduate medical students undertaking graduate studies
in Psychiatry.  To be eligible a candidate must have achieved a
satisfactory academic record, shown interest in the field of study
and give evidence that upon certification he proposes to practice in
the Province of British Columbia.  Consideration may be given to the
financial circumstances of applicants.  The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Head of the Department of Psychiatry.
The Fryer Book Binding Ltd. Bursary
A bursary of $250, gift of Fryer Book Binding Ltd., Burnaby, is
offered annually to a student beginning studies in the School of
Librarianship.  It will be awarded to a student with good academic
record who shows promise in the field of library science and needs
financial assistance.
Globelite Batteries Limited Bursary
Globelite Batteries Limited offers annually a bursary of $500 to the
son or daughter of an employee of the Company who, having completed a
secondary school programme which meets the admission requirements of
the University, enrols in the next ensuing academic session at the
University of British Columbia.  This bursary will be awarded on the
A Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3788
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards
Globelite Batteries Limited Bursary  (Continued)
basis of satisfactory academic standing and of the financial
circumstances of the applicants.  If, in the opinion of the Selection
Committee, the circumstances warrant, the award may be divided into
two bursaries of $250 each.  If there are no qualified applicants
among children of employees of the Company, the bursary or bursaries
shall be awarded to other entering students who are suitably qualified.
Selection will be made by the Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes,
Scholarships and Bursaries of the University Candidates who wish to
be considered for this bursary must apply on the University Bursary
Form, obtainable from the Dean of Inter-Faculty and Student Affairs,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, British Columbia.  The
completed application form must be received by the University not
later than July 15.
Kamloops and District Fish and Game Association Bursary
This bursary of $150, the gift of the Kamloops and Distrct Fish and
Game Association, is offered to students entering the Third or Fourth
Year and majoring in the field of Fish or game management.  It will
be awarded to any resident of British Columbia who has sound academic
standing, and needs financial assistance.
Patrons of the Law Review Prize
A prize of $100, the gift of the Patrons of the University of British
Columbia Law Review, will be awarded annually to a student in the
Faculty of Law of the University of British Columbia.  To be eligible
the candidate must display the following qualities:
(a) He must have obtained a satisfactory academic standing at
the University of British Columbia.
(b) If he is a student in the first or second year of law, he
must give assurance that, if selected, he will continue in
the next regular session in a full programme of studies in
the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia.
(c) If a student is in the third year of a Bachelor of Law
programme, he must give assurance that, if selected, he will
continue in the next regular session in a full programme of Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3789
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards
Patrons of the Law Review Prize  (Continued)
graduate legal studies at a University.
(d)  He must be in financial need.
Preference will be given to students who, in addition to meeting
the above requirements, have been active in the affairs of the
Law Students Association, the University of British Columbia Law
Review, or other student activities in connection with the Faculty of
Law.  The winner of the prize will be selected by the Scholarship
Committee of the University of British Columbia on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Law.  To be eligible for consideration, students
must apply for the Law Review prize to the Faculty of Law on or before
February 1st.  The application should be accompanied by a statement
by the candidate of the reasons why he should receive the scholarship.
Chris Lin Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is dedicated to the memory of Christopher Lin, who
died tragically on August 31, 1966.  Chris, the son of Professor Paul
Lin, was born in the United States, and was brought up in China.  He
was a second-year student at the University of British Columbia at the
time of his death.  His death represented to his parents more than the
loss of their son.  Had Christopher lived, he would have become, in
the words of his father, "a living denial of the cultural cold war".
This scholarship of $500 will be awarded annually to an undergraduate
student who, like Christopher, would contribute to the promotion of
better understanding between China and the West.  The recipient will
be a student committed to the study of Chinese who has satisfactorily
demonstrated a proficiency equivalent to one year of the language,
and whose area of concentration is Chinese studies.  Application forms
may be obtained from the Dean of Inter-Faculty and Student Affairs,
and must be submitted not later than July 1st.
The Lome Manning Hill Memorial Scholarship
This annual scholarship of $500, established by Henry L. Hill in
memory of his son, Lome Manning Hill, will be awarded to an undergraduate proceeding to the degree of B.A.Sc. in Mineral Engineering.
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3790
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards
The Lome Manning Hill Memorial Scholarship  (Continued)
Selection will be based on (1) proficiency in studies. (2) enthusiasm,
initiative and leadership, (3) health, and (4) financial need, the
factors being given in order of importance.  First preference will
be given to students entering the Second Year.  Should no candidate
in the Second Year be suitably qualified, First Year students who are
clearly proceeding to a degree in Mineral Engineering will be considered.  If, in any year, no award is made, two awards may be made in a
subsequent year.  Selection will be made by the Joint Faculty Committee
on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries on the recommendation of the
members of the Department of Mineral Engineering.
The Netherlands' Association Bursary Fund
Bursaries to the total of $500 are provided by the Netherlands'
Association for children of full-time members of the Association of
Dutch descent.  Applicants must be beginning or continuing full-time
undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia, Simon
Fraser University, or the University of Victoria.  Awards will be made
on the basis of academic standing and need for financial assistance,
with preference to students who are not able to commute.  Selection
of winners will be made by the University of British Columbia in
consultation with the Executive of the Association.  Eligible
candidates who wish to be considered must complete the University
Bursary form, obtainable from the Dean of Inter-Faculty and Student
Affairs, University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, British Columbia.
The completed application must be received at the University of
British Columbia not later than July 15.
The J. H. Stewart Reid Medal in Honours History
In memory of J. H. Stewart Reid, B.A., M.A., (Brit. Col.) Ph.D.
(Toronto), LL.D. (Manitoba), and in tribute to his fine personal
qualities, his academic excellence, expecially in the field of History,
and his services as Executive Secretary of the Canadian Association
of University Teachers, Ottawa, this gold medal is offered annually
by his sister, Colina Stewart Reid.  It will be awarded to the
student graduating with the most outstanding record in honours history. Wednesday, May 24, 1967,
3791
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards  (Continued)
The Jean Rose Bursary in Social Work
This bursary, of annual value $100, has been made possible by the
"Orphan Group" which came to Vancouver from Europe in 1947.  It
serves to express the gratitude of the members of the group to Mrs.
Jean Rose, who represented the Canadian Jewish Congress of Vancouver
in their rehabilitation programme.  Mrs. Rose, in December, 1966, at
a Centennial Celebration sponsored by the Congress and the Jewish
Community Centre, was presented with a plaque by the Orphan Group to
commemorate her efforts on its behalf, and also with a cheque which
will provide this bursary for several years.  The bursary is offered
annually to students in the School of Social Work.  It will be
awarded by the Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes, Scholarships, and
Bursaries to a student with satisfactory standing who needs financial
assistance.
The Gordon H. Woodward Memorial Scholarship.
This scholarship has been established by friends in memory of Gordon
H. Woodward who, during the two decades before his death in 1966,
contributed fiction to the best periodicals in Canada, England,
Australia and the United States, and whose dedication to writing as
an art is well-known here and abroad.  In the amount of $50 annually
it will be awarded by the Department of Creative Writing to a student
with a good academic record who has shown ability and promise in the
writing of fiction.
Changes in Awards
The Section of General Practice, B.C.Division, CM.A., Student
Aid Fund
The income on this fund, established by contributions from the
Section of General Practice, B.C. Division, Canadian Medical Association
provides bursaries for medical students who have good academic standing
and require financial assistance.  This was previously a Student Loan
Fund for students in the Faculty of Medicine.
Charles Chan Kent Golden Wedding Scholarship and Charitable
Foundation Bursaries
Both increased from $150 to $200.
J Wednesday, May 24, 1967.
3792
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
Changes in Awards  (Continued)
Vancouver Women's Transportation Club Bursary
Increased from $100 to $150
American College of Dentists Scholarship
Increased from $50 to $100

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