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Array 7235.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
The Second regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1979-80 was held on Wednesday, October 10, 1979 at 8.00 p.m. in the
Board and Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Mr. N. Akiha,
Dr. T. R. Anderson, Dr. C. E. Armerding, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Acting Dean T. R.
Bentley, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. E. V. Bohn, Dr. C. B. Bourne,
Dr. K. T. Brearley, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. W. G. Burch, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mrs. L.
Daniells, Dr. A. J. Elder, Dean C. V. Finnegan, Mr. R. C. Formosa, Mr. P. J. V. Fryer,
Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Ms. A. Gardner, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. P. Gilmore, Ms. P.
Gouldstone, Dr. H. J. Greenwood, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. L. D.
Jones, Mr. E. G. Kehler, Dean W. D. Kitts, Mr. J. Kulich, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. J. R.
Ledsome, Mr. F. Lee, Dr. D. Lupini, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Dr. A. J.
McClean, Mr. W. A. McKerlich, Dr. J. H. McNeill, Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Mr. C.
Niwinski, Dr. J. F. Richards, Dr. S. 0. Russell, Mr. M. M. Ryan, Mr. R. H. Santo,
Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. M. Shaw, Mr. B. K. Short, Dr. J. G. Silver, Mr. G. P. L. Smith,
Dr. R. H. T. Smith, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. O. Sziklai, Mr. G. A.
Thorn, Mr. D. F. Thompson, Mr. L. Valg, Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Miss C. L. V. Warren,
Mr. D. L. Watts, Dean W. A. Webber, Dean L. M. Wedepohl, Dean R. M. Will, Dr. J. L.
Wisenthal, Mr. B. M. S. Wright.
Observer:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dr. J. G.
Cragg, Dr. J. Dahlie, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Ms. C. E. McAndrew,
Dr. C. A. McDowell, Dr. R. A. Nodwell, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. V. C. Runeckles,
Dr. G. J.   Spitler, Dr. M. D. Willman.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dean Will     ) That the minutes of the First regular meeting of
Dean Kitts  ) Senate    for    the    Session    1979-80,    having    been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
It was noted that Mr. N. Akiha's name had been omitted from the list of those in
attendance at the previous meeting, and that on page 7228 the title of Japanese 280
should read "Intensive Summer course in Intermediate Japanese".
The motion was put and carried. 7236.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
Business arising from the Minutes
Research Park
In reply to queries raised concerning the proposed Research Park the Chairman
stated that although there had been no public hearings the proposal had been widely
publicized and therefore there had been ample opportunity for concerns to be
expressed. He also confirmed that there had been no discussion on the part of the
University concerning the possible future expansion of the Research Park into the
endowment lands. The Chairman further stated that the proposed Board of
Management would be composed of people involved with the Research Park and
people from the University; however, the question of student representation could be
looked into.
From the Board of Governors
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 Arts
(P.72I4& P.7228-31)
(ii)   Major in Speech Sciences recommended by the Faculty of Arts  (P.72I4 & P.7232)
(iii) B.F.A. program in Theatre recommended by the Faculty of Arts
(P.72I4& P.7232-3)
(iv)  The establishment of The Arthur  Andersen & Co., Alumni Chair in Accounting
recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration  (P.72I5)
(v)    New course and curriculum changes recommended by the Faculty of Education
(P.72I4& P.7234)
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Gardner )       That  the  new awards (listed  in  Appendix 'A') be
Mr. Short )       accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that letters of thanks be sent to the
donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Wisenthal presented the report. The committee recommended approval of a
new course submitted by the Faculty of Arts, a new course submitted by the Faculty
of Commerce and Business Administration, a new course submitted by the Faculty of 7237.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Education, new courses and course changes submitted by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies and a course change submitted by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The committee also recommended that approval of new courses in Paediatrics be
withheld pending further discussion. A proposal that Mathematics I I I be included in
the predental Mathematics requirements for admission to the Faculty of Dentistry
was withdrawn pending further consultation.
Dr. Wisenthal )
Dean Larkin   )
That new courses and course changes in Community
and Regional Planning recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
Dr. Wisenthal) That the proposals submitted by the Faculties of
Dr. Richards  ) Arts,    Commerce    and    Business    Administration,
Education,   Graduate  Studies  and Pharmaceutical
Sciences be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Dr.   Stager  presented  the  report.     The Nominating Committee nominated the
following persons to fill vacancies on Senate committees:-
Admissions
Dr. R. A. Adams
Continuing Education
Acting Dean T. R. Bentley
Tributes
Dean P. A. Larkin
Mr. D. F. Thompson
University Library
Dr. H. J. Greenwood
replacing Dean C. V. Finnegan
replacing Dean J. H. M. Andrews
replacing Dean G. M. Volkoff
replacing Mr. D. W. Smith
replacing Dr. H. C. Knutson
Dr. Stager      )
Dr. Brearley  )
That   the   recommendations   of   the   Nominating
Committee be approved.
Carried 7238.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate (continued)
Ad hoc Committee on the Implementation of the Universities Act
School Councils
Dr. Smith presented the following report which had been circulated:
"Senate at its meeting of February 16, 1949 accepted the principle of the naming
of certain university departments as "schools". Those departments so designated
offered courses which were mainly professional or vocational in character, offered
a specialized curriculum leading to a distinctive degree, and had some relationship
with an outside professional body. Although the Universities Act 1974 does not
make provision for such "schools", nevertheless Section 4, paragraph 8, permits
the continuance of this organization.
The Schools are:
Architecture Nursing
Community and Regional Planning Physical Education and Recreation
Home Economics Rehabilitation Medicine
Librarianship Social Work
The Committee, in reviewing the concept of Schools, found that practice had
deviated sufficiently from the principles established in 1949 to merit a
recommendation for an amendment to these principles.
The Committee, therefore, recommends that the regulation:
"that the Dean of the Faculty, in consultation with the Director,
appoint a council for each school consisting of all members of 'faculty'
status in the school and representatives of closely related
departments"
be amended by the insertion following the word "council" of the clause
"if deemed appropriate".
In recent years the schools in the Faculty of Arts have become indistinguishable
from departments in their relationships with the Faculty. The councils for these
schools have become anachronisms in the Faculty organization.
The School of Community and Regional Planning in the Faculty of Graduate
Studies does not have a council.
The approval by Senate of the amendment would permit the dissolution of the
councils for the Schools of Home Economics, Librarianship and Social Work and
would regularize the status of Community and Regional Planning."
Dr. Smith   ) That the regulation concerning School Councils be
Dr. Stager  ) amended to read:
"that the Dean of the Faculty, in consultation with
the Director, appoint a council, if deemed
appropriate, for each school consisting of all
members of 'faculty' status in the school and
representatives of closely related departments"
Carried 7239.
Wednesday,   October   10,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on the Implementation of the Universities Act  (continued)
Replacement procedures for student representatives on Senate
It was stated in the report that the schedule for the elections of student
representatives to Senate was approved by Senate each year and that the A.M.S.
was consulted prior to the presentation of the proposed schedule to Senate.
However, in some instances no nominations were received for representatives
from one or more Faculties.
The term of office of a member of Senate elected under section 35(h) is "one
year and thereafter until his successor is elected". When no nomination is
received for a student representative on Senate for a particular Faculty and the
incumbent is ineligible or unwilling to serve another term, under present
arrangements the seat would remain vacant until the next regular election.
The committee recommended that the following steps be adopted in order to
ensure that every effort had been made to achieve full student representation on
Senate as provided for in the Universities Act, (section 35 (2)).
The Senate shall declare a vacancy at the January meeting, effective April I.
Nominations shall be called for from those in attendance at the Senate
meeting, such nominations to carry the name of one member of Senate in
support of the nomination and the signature of the nominee indicating
willingness to run for election.
Nominations will be required to be in the hands of the Registrar no later than
February 7, 1980 (i.e. prior to the date of the meeting of the Senate Agenda
Committee for the February Senate meeting).
If more than one nomination is received the names of the candidates will be
announced on the Senate agenda and voting will be by show of hands of those
members of Senate present at the February meeting of Senate. (No proxy
voting will be allowed.) The Chairman shall have an additional casting vote to
be used in the event of a tie.
If no nominations are received the seat will remain vacant until the next
regular election.
Dr. Smith    ) That    the    recommendations    of    the   committee
Dean Kitts  ) concerning   replacement   procedures   for   student
representatives on Senate be approved.
During the following discussion the opinion was expressed that student
representatives to Senate should be elected by students and that therefore the
proposal was unacceptable.
Mr. Watts ) That the motion be tabled.
Mr. Ryan  )
Carried 7240.
Wednesday,   October   10,   1979.
Student elections to Governing Bodies
The Registrar presented a report in which it was stated that in accordance with
the Universities Act, section 43, Senate was required to make and publish all rules in
respect of nominations, elections and voting. It was also pointed out that Senate, at its
meeting of November 12, 1975, had agreed that the elections for two students to serve
on the Board of Governors and seventeen students to serve on Senate, as outlined in the
Universities Act, sections 20 (e) and 35 (2) (h), be conducted annually in the following
manner:
the calls for nominations by mid-November
the close of nominations on the last day of the first term
the voting to be completed by the end of January
those elected to the Board of Governors to take office at the first
Board meeting on or after February I
those elected to Senate to take office at the first meeting of Senate on
or after April I
Recommendations for 1979 Elections:
That the elections for student representatives to the Board of Governors and the
Senate in this Academic Year be as follows:
call for nominations in The Ubyssey, Friday, November 16, Tuesday,
November 20 and Thursday, November 22, 1979.
close of nominations, 4.00 p.m., Friday, December 21, 1979.
election date, Tuesday, January 22, 1980.
advance polls 5.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m., Monday, January 21, 1980.
polling, Tuesday, January 22, 1980.
students may not vote without their A.M.S. cards as proof of identity.
students may not vote by proxy.
the results of these elections will not be announced until at least 48
hours after the close of balloting and will not be considered official
until they have been announced in writing by the Registrar.
I.   Nominations
(a) The Registrar shall be responsible for placing the call for nominations in the
Ubyssey on November 16, 20 and 22, 1979.
(b) Nominations shall be on the forms provided by the Registrar.
(c) Nominees shall be required to appear in person at the Registrar's Office to
produce identification (A.M.S. card) and sign their nomination forms
indicating their willingness to stand for election.
(d) The Registrar shall be responsible for checking nominations and preparing
ballot papers. 7241.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
Student elections to Governing Bodies  (continued)
2. Ballots
(a) Ballots for student representatives to the Board of Governors and for Senate
representatives of the student body at large will be on one piece of paper.
(b) The ballots will be prepared for machine counting.
(c) The Registrar shall be responsible for having the ballots counted by the
Computing Centre.
3. Voting
That Senate authorize the Registrar to delegate the responsibility for the
operation of the polling stations to the Chairman of the Elections Committee of
the S.A.C.   These responsibilities to include:
making sure that the polling stations are staffed
collecting the ballots and polling station instructions from the Registrar
the day prior to polling
ensuring that the polling staff are fully instructed in their duties
including prohibition of time and place that campaigning may take place
ensuring that the ballot boxes are sealed and returned to the Registrar
after the polls are closed (holding the boxes over night after the
advance polls)
checking the number of unused ballots returned by each polling station
ensuring that the polling stations do not run out of ballots
checking the results with the Registrar prior to their release.
4. Election Results
(a) In the event of a tie in the voting for either the Board or the representatives
to Senate, the Senate at its next meeting following the election shall cast the
deciding vote.
(b) That Senate name a committee to hear appeals on election irregularities; the
committee to meet not earlier than 48 hours after the polling has closed, in
order that the election results may be available to the committee when
considering any alleged irregularities to enable the committee to decide
whether in its opinion such irregularities would have changed the results of
the election. The committee would use as its guidelines the Provincial
Elections Act for the Province of British Columbia - Sections 146 and 147.
(c) Any allegation of irregularities must be submitted in writing to the Registrar
within 48 hours of the close of polling and must include the signatures of at
least three students eligible to vote.
(d) Upon receipt of an allegation submitted in compliance with clause (c) above,
a meeting of the committee mentioned in (b) above, will be called and the
results of the election will be withheld pending the decision of the committee
as to whether the election shall be declared invalid. 7242.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
Student elections to Governing Bodies
4. Election Results (continued)
(e)    The decision of the committee will be final and will be submitted to Senate at
its next meeting for information.
5. Campaign Regulations
That the limitation of $75.00 campaign expenditure be on an honour basis and not
used as a basis for suggesting an illegal election.
6. Instructions to Polling Staff
That the Notice to each Poll, circulated with the report, be approved as the basic
instructions to the polling staff.
Dr. Elder      ) That    the    recommendations    of    the    Registrar
Dr. Bentley  ) concerning the election of student representatives
to   the   Board   of   Governors   and   the   Senate   be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Departmental Review Policy
Dean Kitts explained that, in accordance with the policy statement on
departmental reviews adopted by Senate in September 1977, the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences had submitted the following proposal concerning review
procedures:
"I.   General
The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences accepts an obligation to initiate constructive
reviews of its several departments. Reviews will be guided by the
recommendations of the Report of the Senate Committee on Review Policy, which
was approved by Senate in September, 1977.
2. Frequency of Reviews
Since a review procedure can be time-consuming, expensive, and stressful, there is
a need for flexibility with regard to timing. A review of a Department may be
carried out when the Headship becomes vacant, when a request for review is
received from within or outside the Department, or, when the Dean, with the
advice of the Committee of Heads, considers that the Department should be
reviewed. Regardless of reason, such reviews of departments should not normally
be undertaken at intervals of less than five years.
3. Terms of Reference
The terms of reference of the Review Committee will be prepared in writing by
the Dean in consultation with the Committee of Heads. The terms of reference
will focus on the academic strength and balance of the unit but may also include
matters of administration or finance. 7243.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Departmental Review Policy (continued)
"4.   Composition of Review Committee
The Review Committee will have no more than five members, of whom at least
two should be external to the University. Both of these individuals shall be
appointed by the Dean, in consultation with the Committee of Heads. One of the
outside reviewers will be nominated by the Department Head, the other chosen
from a list submitted by the members of the Department. The remaining three
members of the Committee, appointed by the Dean in consultation with the
Committee of Heads, will be members of the Faculty of the University. One of
them shall be designated by the Committee of Heads as the Chairman of the
Committee.
5. Nature of the Review
The Review committee will receive whatever documentation the Dean, the
Department Head and the Department members feel describes the development
and direction of the Department since the previous review. The Review
Committee should provide an opportunity for individuals to make written or oral
presentations. Implementation of the review procedure should be undertaken with
close cooperation between the Chairman of the Review Committee, the Dean and
the Department Head.
6. Reporting Procedures
The Review Committee shall prepare its report as soon as possible after the
completion of its review and transmit a copy to the Dean. On the advice of legal
counsel, the Dean may delete any material in the Report that may be defamatory
or have other legal consequence, or that might be considered an invasion of
privacy. The Dean then shall make the edited report available for general
distribution to the members of the Department being reviewed and shall request
comments from the Department on the recommendations.
The Senate shall be advised of reviews being undertaken, and a copy of the final
edited report will be deposited with the Secretary of Senate, and made available
for examination by Senators."
Dean Kitts      ) That the policy on review procedures submitted by
Dr. Richards  ) the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences be approved.
Carried
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Program - restriction of enrolment
A proposal to restrict enrolment in the B.L.A. program was referred to the Senate
Admissions Committee with a request that the set of criteria to be used in the selection
of candidates for the program be submitted to the committee and subsequently to
Senate.
Bachelor  of   Landscape   Architecture  Program  -  change  in  date  of  application  for
admission
It was stated in the material circulated that the present application date for
admission to the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (June 30) did not provide sufficient
time for the selection of applicants for admission to the B.L.A. program. Because of
the large number of applicants and the limited number of spaces, considerable time was
needed in order to obtain supplementary information and to arrange for and conduct
interviews. 7244.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
Bachelor  of   Landscape   Architecture  Program   -  change  in  date  of  application  for
admission  (continued)
Dean Kitts      ) That   the   application   date   for   admission   to   the
Dr. Richards  ) B.L.A. program be changed to April 30.
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science
Proposal to change the name of the Department of Mineral Engineering to the
Department of Mining and Mineral Process Engineering and to change the name of the
program in the Department to Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
It was explained in the proposal that the proposed names for both department and
program described more explicitly the types of engineering education offered by the
Department as the Department currently educates "mining engineers" and "mineral
process engineers".
The Department found that the current departmental and program name of
"Mineral Engineering" did not indicate to many potential students nor to many of the
general public that "Mining Engineering" was in fact offered at U.B.C.
Dean Wedepohl )    That the proposal that the name of the Department
Dr. Bohn )     of     Mineral     Engineering    be    changed     to     the
Department of Mining and Mineral Process
Engineering and the name of the program in the
Department be changed to Mining and Mineral
Process Engineering be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts
Report on Diploma Programs 1978-79
The following report on Diploma Programs offered by the Faculty of Arts had
been circulated for information:
Program Enrolment Completion
Applied Linguistics (Linguistics) I 0
Art History (Fine Arts) 26 4
Film/TV Studies (Theatre) 2 I
French Translation (French) 27 6
German Translation (Germanic Studies) 7 I
Faculty of Dentistry
Proposal to change the name of the Department of Oral Surgery to the Department of
Oral and Maxillo-facial Surgery
It was explained in the material circulated that the proposed new title was
consistent with the designation accepted by the Canadian Dental Association for this
specialty and that it was in accord with changes in Faculties of Dentistry across
Canada and the United States. 7245.
Wednesday,  October   10,   1979.
Faculty of Dentistry
Proposal to change the name of the Department of Oral Surgery to the Department of
Oral and Maxillo-facial Surgery (continued)
Dean Beagrie )        That the proposal of the Faculty of Dentistry to
Dr. Silver        )        change   the   name   of   the   Department   of   Oral
Surgery     to     the     Department     of     Oral     and
Maxillo-facial Surgery be approved.
Carried
Proposal to change the name of the Department of Public and Community Dental
Health to the Department of Preventive and Community Dentistry
It was explained that since the main teaching emphasis of the department is on
preventive therapy, the title change provided a more accurate description of the
department activities.
Dean Beagrie )        That the proposal of the Faculty of Dentistry to
Dr. Silver        )        change the name of the Department of Public and
Community Dental  Health  to the  Department of
Preventive and Community Dentistry be approved.
Carried
Report of the Registrar on Spring Session enrolment 1979
The   report   of   the   Registrar   on   Spring   Session   enrolment  was   received  for
information.
Report of the Registrar on Summer Session enrolment 1979
The  report  of  the  Registrar  on  Summer  Session  enrolment  was  received  for
information.
Preliminary report on enrolment 1979-80
The preliminary report of the Registrar on enrolment for 1979-80 was received for
information.  The total enrolment figure was 23,221.
Other business
Medieval Workshop
Rev. Burns drew Senate's attention to the Ninth Medieval Workshop consisting of a
series of lectures on St. Basil the Great and Byzantine Culture which will take place
on November 16 and 17, 1979. 7246.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
Other business  (continued)
Noon-hour lectures
Dr. Heaver, Chairman of the Committee on Extracurricular Activities, reported
that he had received a list of courses which were being given during the 12.30 p.m. to
2.30 p.m. period on Thursdays and that he would be sending lists to the Deans of the
Faculties concerned together with a request that they ask faculty members to adhere
to the regulation that classes not be held on Thursday between 12.30 p.m. and
2.30 p.m.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Dr. Stager presented the report.   Members of the gallery were asked to leave.
Hood for the Master of Archival Studies degree
Dr. Stager reported that the committee recommended that the hood be lined with
University blue, with silver and cadmium yellow twisted cord.
Dr. Stager ) That the hood for the Master of Archival Studies
Dr. Elder   ) degree be approved.
Carried
Professors Emeriti
The committee recommended that the following be granted emeritus status:
Dr. G. P. V. Akrigg Professor Emeritus of English
Dr. H. G. Cooper Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Dr. T. R. Harmon Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Pathology
Dr. W. S. Hoar Professor Emeritus of Zoology
Miss M. R. Hood Associate Professor Emerita of Rehabilitation Medicine
Dr. S. M. Jamieson Professor Emeritus of Economics
Miss M. Lanning Librarian Emerita
Mr. R. Lanning Librarian Emeritus
Dr. A. S. McConkey Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Miss E. Mercer Assistant Librarian Emerita
Dr. F. S. Newby Assistant Professor Emeritus of English
Mr. P. G. Penner Professor Emeritus of Education
Dr. G. L. Pickard Professor Emeritus of Oceanography and Physics
Miss M. A. Primeau Associate Professor Emerita of French
Dr. A. J. Renney Professor Emeritus of Plant Science
Dr. A. Rosenthal Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
Mr. W. R. F. Seal Associate Professor Emeritus of Education
Dr. W. L. Sloan Clinical Professor Emeritus of Diagnostic Radiology
Dr. R. N. Smith Professor Emeritus of Education
Dr. G. M. Volkoff Dean Emeritus of Science
Dr. G. Walsh Associate Professor Emeritus of Education
Mr. E. L. Watson Professor Emeritus of Bio-Resource Engineering 7247.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Professors Emeriti  (continued)
Dr. Stager       )        That     the     recommendations    of    the    Tributes
Dean Webber  )        Committee     concerning     emeritus     status      be
approved.
Carried
Honorary Degrees
Dr. Stager reminded members of Senate that the Tributes Committee would be
glad to receive nominations for possible honorary degree recipients. These should be
submitted to Dr. Stager, Chairman of the Senate Tributes Committee, incorporating
the reasons for the nominations, along with curricula vitae.
The meeting adjourned at 9.40 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, November 14, 1979.
Secretary
Confirmed
Chairman 7248.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate
Group of Professional Engineers of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority
Bursary ~ This bursary, in" the amount of $500, offered by the Group of
Professional Engineers of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority has been
made available to a student in the Faculty of Applied Science. The Bursary will
be awarded to a student in need of financial assistance.
The William and Ada Isabelle Steel Scholarship, Fellowship and Bursary Fund-
Scholarships, fellowships and bursaries to a total of approximately $10,000 per
annum have been made available by the late Ada Isabel le Steel. The awards will
be made to students demonstrating outstanding academic ability and/or financial
need. 7249.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
English
New course ENGL 306 (3)  History and Theory of Rhetoric
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New course COMM 332 (Ife)  Law of Business Associations
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
EDUC 319 (I fe) Remedial Speech for Students with
Hearing Impairments
New course
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Education
Changes EDUC 569, 590 - change in description
Community and Regional Planning
New courses PLAN 513 (Ife)        Regional Development Planning I
PLAN 526 (Ife/3)c   Public Policy in Urban Planning and
Development
PLAN 532 (lfe/3)d   Natural Resource Regional Policy
Issues in Canada
Deletions
Seminar on Environmental-Economic
Systems
Seminar in Regional Development
Planning
Advanced Planning Analysis II
Urban Mass Transit Planning
Transportation Planning
Changes
PLAN 533 (Ife)
PLAN 535 (Ife)
PLAN 508 (I fe)
PLAN 531 (Ife)
PLAN 532 (I fe)	
PLAN 534 (lfe/3)d   Transportation Research Seminar
PLAN 425 - change in description
PLAN 500 (3)  Community Planning Workshop 1;  split into
two courses now:
PLAN 500 (I fe)  Fundamentals of Planning Practice
PLAN 540 (I fe/3/4fe)c  Urban Planning Project
PLAN 515 (Ife)  History of Urban Planning  - change in
number, title and description, now:
PLAN 501 (Ife)  History of Planning
PLAN 509 - change in number and description, now PLAN 502 7250.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Community and Regional Planning
Changes  (continued)
PLAN 506 (I fe)  Urban Land Planning and Economic Change -
change in number, title and description, now:
PLAN 503 (Ife)  Urban Planning and Economic Change
PLAN 507 - change in number, now PLAN 504
PLAN 541 (I fe)  Social Aspects of Community Planning -
change in number, title and description, now:
PLAN 505 (I fe)  Social Policy Planning
PLAN 522 (lfe-3)c  Local and Regional Planning Administration
split into two courses, now:
PLAN 506 (Ife)  Planning Administration
PLAN 525 (Ife)  Planning Implementation
PLAN 527 - change in number and description, now PLAN 510
PLAN 535 (Ife)  Transportation Planning 111 - Models - change
in number, title and description, now:
PLAN 511 (Ife)  Urban Spatial Models in Planning
PLAN 528 (I fe)   Quantitative Methods in Regional Planning 11 -
change in number, title and description, now:
PLAN 512 (I fe)  Simulation Models in Planning
PLAN 510(1 fe/3)c  Community Planning Workshop II - split
into two courses, now:
PLAN 514 (I fe)   Impact Analysis for Planning
PLAN 523 (Ife)  Planning for Residential Communities
PLAN 501 (Ife)  Introduction to Planning Analysis - change in
number, title and description, now:
PLAN 515 (Ife)  Data for Planning Practice
PLAN 502 (I Ife)  Advanced Planning Analysis 1 - change in
number, title and description, now:
PLAN 516 (I Ife)  Evaluation of Alternatives in Planning
PLAN 503 - change in number and description, now PLAN 520
PLAN 504 (I fe)  Planning the Residential Environment -
change in number, title, description and
units, now:
PLAN 521 (lfe/3)c  Site Planning
PLAN 51 I - change in number and description, now PLAN 522 7251.
Wednesday,  October  10,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Community and Regional Planning
Changes (continued)
PLAN 505 (I fe)  Traffic and Transportation Planning - change
in number, title and description, now:
PLAN 524 (I Ife)  Urban Transportation Planning
PLAN 525 (I Ife)  Environmental Quality Planning II - change
in number, title and description, now:
PLAN 530 (I fe)  Resource Analysis for Regional Planning
PLAN 521 (lfe-3)c  Regional Planning Theory Methods
and Techniques - change in number,
title, description and units, now:
PLAN 531 (3)     Introduction to Regional Planning and
Management of Natural Resources
PLAN 526 (I fe)  Regional Planning in Canada - change in
number, title and description, now:
PLAN 534 (I fe)  Regional Development Planning 11
PLAN 523 (Ife)  Seminar on Urban and Regional Planning
in Developing Countries - change in number,
title and description, now:
PLAN 536 (I fe)   Urban and Regional Planning in
Developing Countries
PLAN 533 (Ife)  Transportation Planning II - change in
number, title and description, now:
PLAN 537 (Ife)  Regional Transportation Planning
PLAN 520 (lfe-3)d  Regional Planning Workshop - change in
number, title, description and units, now:
PLAN 541 (lfe/3/4fe)c  Regional Planning Project
PLAN 548, 549, 550 - change in description
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Course change PHAR 345 - change in hours

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