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Array 6088.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
The Sixth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1973-74 was held on Wednesday, February 20, 1974
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. C. B. Bourne,
Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. G. B. Burns,
Mr. R. M. Buzza, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. J. D. Dennison,
Ms. V. C. Embree, Ms. B. G. Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Mr. D. B. Fields,
Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean J. A. F.
Gardner, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Mr. A. J.
Hilliker, Dr. B. Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Mr. P. A. Insley, Dr. J. M.
Kennedy, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. L. Kraintz, Dr. R. V. Kubicek, Mrs. W. T.
Lane, Dean S.W. Leung, Dean A.J. McClean, Mr. J . A. McEwen, Dr. M. F.
McGregor, Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. P. Merivale,
Mr. A. M. Moore, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. P. W. Park,
Dr. G. V. Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul, Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. S. J. Robinson,
Dr. I. S. Ross, Mr. J. M. Schoening, Dean M. Shaw, Ms. S. H. M. Smaill,
Mrs. C. A. Soong, Dr. J. K. Stager, Dr. J. R. Stein, Dr. K. S. Stockholder,
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. W. A. Webber.
Observers:   Mr. T. A. Myers, Mr. G. R. Selman.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Deputy PresidentW. M. Armstrong, Dr. S. D.
Cavers, Mr. C. J. Connaghan, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. N. Epstein, Dean W. D.
Finn, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone,
Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Dr. R. E. McConnell, Dr. C. A.
McDowell, Mr. P. S. Plant, Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr. B. B.
Trevino, Dean G. M. Volkoff, Dr. R. L. White, Mr. D. R. Williams. 6089.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Minutes of Previous Meetings
Dr. Ross ) That the Minutes of the special meeting
Dr. McGregor   ) of January 9,  1974 and the Minutes of the
Fifth regular meeting of Senate for the
Session 1973-74 having been circulated,
be taken as read and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
Student Membership in Faculties
Arts - Recommendation 3
Notice of motion to reconsider the amendment to Recommendation 3
had been given at the previous meeting.   The amendment, which was
defeated, and Recommendation 3 which was approved by Senate are
as follows:
Recommendation 3:
Election of student participants should be conducted before
October 15 of each academic year by the Registrar of the
University in the same manner as other elections held in
the Faculty.   Each candidate should be nominated in writing
by five persons eligible to vote for that candidate.    Voting
should be by a mail ballot, displaying the names of the
nominators.   Students elected should hold office until the
next election.
Defeated amendment:
Election of student participants should be conducted before
March 15 of each academic year by the Arts Undergraduate
Society except in the case of First Year representatives for
whom elections shall be conducted by October 15 of each year.
Mr. Insley       ) That the amendment to Recommendation 3
Mr. Burns       ) be reconsidered by Senate.
The motion to reconsider the amendment to Recommendation 3 was
lost, 22:29. 6090.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
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)       Course changes in Animal Science, Food Science, Plant Science, and
the Four-Year Double Major, recommended by the Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences.   (P. 6046)
(ii)      New courses, course and curriculum changes in Agricultural, Chemical,
Civil, Geological, Electrical, Mechanical and Mineral Engineering,
Metallurgy, Engineering Physics and Mathematics, recommended by
the Faculty of Applied Science.    (P. 6047-51)
(iii)    Course changes in Creative Writing, Economics, English, French,
Music and Psychology, and a new course in Linguistics, recommended
by the Faculty of Arts.    (P. 5977)
(iv)     New program in Economic History, recommended by the Faculty of
Arts.   (P. 6024-5)
(v)      Course changes recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration.    (P. 6051-2)
(vi) New courses, course and curriculum changes in Economics, Mathematics,
Music, Oceanography, Physics and Zoology, recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies.    (P. 6052-3)
(vii)    Ph.D. program in Linguistics, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.    (P.6025-6)
(viii) Master of Science Degree in Physical Geography, recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.    (P. 6026)
(ix)     New courses and course changes recommended by the School of Home
Economics.    (P. 6053)
(x)      New courses, course and curriculum changes in Biochemistry, Botany,
Chemistry, Computer Science, Geography, Geological Sciences,
Geophysics and Astronomy, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics,
Physiology and Zoology, recommended by the Faculty of Science.
(P. 6053-62) 6091 .
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
From the Board of Governors   (continued)
(xi)     The adoption of a six-week Summer Session and that there be 29
class periods of 2 hours 10 minutes or 62 hours 50 minutes of
instruction.   (P. 6030-31)
Committee on  Prizes,  Scholarships and  Bursaries
Mr. Fields       ) That the new awards listed in
Dean Cowan    ) Appendix 'A ' be accepted subject
to the approval of the Board of
Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Norris presented the report on proposals referred to the committee.
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris     ) That course changes in Anthropology
Dean Kenny   ) and Sociology, English, Political
Science, and Psychology, and new
courses in German recommended by
the Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried
Approval of Linguistics 449 Honours Essay was withheld at the
November 14,  1973 meeting (P. 5962) pending submission of description
and rationale.   It was concluded by the committee that these were not
needed.
Dr. Norris      ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts
Mr. Moore       ) to offer Linguistics 449 Honours Essay
be approved.
Carried 6092.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Education   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris ) That new courses, course and
Dean Andrews   ) curriculum changes recommended
by the Faculty of Education be
approved.
Carried
Referring to the courses listed for the Major in Earth and Space
Science the committee noted that Geology 327 and 417 had not yet been
approved by the Faculty of Science.   The Faculty of Education had been
requested to provide alternative courses if Geology 327 and 417 were
not approved by the Faculty of Science.
It was noted that the committee had recommended changes in the
title and description of Education 174 and changes in the descriptions
of Education 175, 421 and 426.   Changes in the title and description of
Theatre 301 and in the description of English 301 were approved subject
to the approval of the Faculty of Arts.
Faculty of Forestry    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris ) That new courses, course and
Dean Gardner   ) curriculum changes recommended
by the Faculty of Forestry be approved.
Carried 6093.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Graduate Studies    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris     ) That new courses, course and
Dean Cowan   ) curriculum changes recommended
by the Faculty of Graduate Studies
in Architecture, Botany, Civil
Engineering, Education, Electrical
Engineering, French, Geography,
Geology, German, Health Care and
Epidemiology, Home Economics,
Linguistics, Mathematics, Mechanical
Engineering, Microbiology, Physics,
Plant Science, Slavonics and Zoology,
be approved.
Carried
Minor amendments to the descriptions of Mathematics 529 and
Microbiology 502 were noted.
School of Home Economics    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris        ) That course and curriculum changes
Mr. Osborne    ) recommended by the School of Home
Economics be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Law   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris        ) That new courses and course changes
Dean McClean   ) recommended by the Faculty of Law be
approved.
Carried
School of Librarianship   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris )        That new courses and course changes
Dr. McGregor    )        recommended by the School of Librarianship
be approved.
Carried 6094.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Norris        ) That the change in description of
Dr. Hardwick   ) Pharmacology 410 recommended by
the Faculty of Medicine be approved.
Carried
School of Nursing   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris        ) That the curriculum changes
Dr. Brockley   ) recommended by the School of
Nursing be approved.
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences    (See Appendix 'B')
Carried
Dr. Norris     ) That new courses and course
Dean Riedel   ) changes recommended by the
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
be approved.
Carried
School of Physical Education and  Recreation   (See Appendix'B')
Dr. Norris      ) That new courses and course
Mr. Osborne   ) changes recommended by the
School of Physical Education
and Recreation be approved.
Carried
It was noted that the title of PHED 364 had been changed from
"Psychology of Sport" to "Psychological Foundations of Sport and
Physical Activity".   An addition to the description of PHED 469 was
also noted. 6095.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
School of Social Work     (See Appendix'B')
Dr. Norris     ) That course and curriculum changes
Dean Kenny   ) recommended by the School of Social
Work be approved.
Carried
New  Program  leading to Bachelor of Social Work degree   (B.S.W.)
In the report circulated to Senate it was stated that the proposed
B.S.W. program had two main educational objectives:    (i) to provide
students with the knowledge and skills necessary for professional
practice in social work, and  (ii) to prepare selected students for
entry into more advanced professional studies at the graduate level
appropriate to such social work functions as consultation, policy
development and program planning, research, and administration.
Admission to the program would normally follow completion of
the first two years of the Bachelor of Arts program at The University
of British Columbia, or its equivalent at another university or
community college.
The applicant to the B.S.W. program would be required:
(a) to have achieved at least 65% average during the academic
year (or equivalent) preceding application for admission
(b) to have completed at least three units of course work in
each of two areas of knowledge subsumed under the broad
headings of Social Issues and Problems in Contemporary
Perspective; and Dynamics of Human Behaviour, Individual
or Collective; and 6096.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
School of Social Work
New Program leading to Bachelor of Social Work degree   (B.S.W.)
(continued)
(c)   to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the School personal
potential and suitability for a career in social work.
It was noted that the deadline date had been changed from
April 30 to May 30 for the 1974-75 Academic Year only.
Dr. Norris      )
Dean Kenny     )
That the proposal of the School of
Social Work to offer a new program
leading to the degree of Bachelor of
Social Work (B .S.W. ) be approved.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Dr. Norris      )
Dean Kenny    )
That new courses for the B.S.W. program
be approved.    (See Appendix 'B')
Carried
Nominating Committee
Membership of Committee on Enrolment of Women Undergraduate
and Graduate Students    (P. 6040-1)
Dr. Bourne presented the report.   The committee had been
requested to recommend membership for a committee to discover ways
of increasing the enrolment of women undergraduate and graduate
students in the courses of all departments, faculties and schools and
to present at least an interim report by the October 1974 meeting. 6097.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Membership of Committee on Enrolment of Women Undergraduate
and Graduate Students    (P. 6040-1)       (continued)
The following membership had been recommended by the
committee:
Ms. B. G. Errington Dr. L. Kraintz
Dean J. A. F. Gardner Ms. S. H. M. Smaill
Miss W. J. Hudson Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff
Dr. Bourne explained that Mrs. Sonthoff had requested that her
name be deleted from the list since she would be on leave-of-absence
from June 1974.   It was agreed that the Nominating Committee be given
the power to select another member and advise Senate later.
Dr. Bourne      ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. Norris       ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Student membership on Senate - eligibility regulations
The following amendments to the A.M.S. Code recommended by
the Students' Council had been referred to the committee:-
Article 7   (6)   &   (7)
(6)      Undergraduate nominees for the position of student
senator must have completed a winter session program
of studies at U.B.C.     Graduate students nominated
for a student senator must have been granted clear
admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and be
enrolled in that Faculty. 6098.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Student Membership on Senate - eligibility regulations
Article 7   (6)  S   (7)    (continued)
(7)      A student senator must continue to attend a winter
session in the Faculty in which he/she is registered
at U.B.C. to retain his/her office.
That Article 7   (13)  be added to the A.M.S.  Code:
(13)    Any elected student senator may be recalled by a
petition signed by no less than 10% of the currently
active members of the constituency from which he/she
was elected.
It was explained in the report that the effect of the proposal
to amend Article 7 (6) and  (7) would be as follows:
(1) the second class standing would be repealed;
(2) anyone who has completed a three unit course in a
winter session at U.B. C. and is enrolled in a similar
program would be eligible and must continue to be so
enrolled to remain eligible; and
(3) any graduate student would be eligible without any
conditions.
Referring to item (2) the committee felt that the requirement
should be changed to:    "Undergraduate nominees for the position
must have passed at least nine units of a winter session programme
of studies at U.B.C.  ...".
Referring to the addition to Article 7 of paragraph  (13) it was
stated in the report that the committee recognized that the Universities
Act did not give Senate the power to interfere with the rights of members 6099.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Student Membership on Senate - eligibility regulations   (continued)
of Senate to hold office for a period of three years and therefore
recommended that Senate take no action on this proposal.
Dr. Bourne     ) That Article 7 paragraph (6) and (7) be
Dr. Bongie      ) amended to read:-
"(6)    Undergraduate nominees for the
position of student senator must
have passed at least nine units of
a winter session program of studies
at U.B.C.   Graduate students
nominated for a student senator
must have been granted admission
to the Faculty of Graduate Studies
and be enrolled in that Faculty.
Nominees for student senator
representing a constituency must
be registered in the constituency
in which they are seeking office.
Should a candidate be elected as a
constituency's senator, and later
change Faculties, he/she shall
retain his/her seat for the remainder
of his/her term so long as he/she
remains otherwise eligible.
(7)    A student senator must continue to
carry satisfactorily at least nine
units of a winter session program
in the Faculty in which he/she is
registered at the University of
British Columbia in order to retain
his/her office. "
It was pointed out that if the intention of the amendment by the
A.M.S. was to alllow for the participation of part-time students this 6100.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Student Membership on Senate - eligibility regulations    (continued)
would be prevented by the inclusion of the proviso that the student
must have passed at least nine units.
In  amendment:
Dr. D. G. Brown )
Dr. Dennison        )
That the motion be amended to read: -
"(6)    Undergraduate nominees for
the position of student senator
must have passed at least three
units ...   ".
Referring to the phrase "must have passed at least three units
of a winter session program ... "a query was raised concerning
whether this meant in one winter session.
Dean Cowan    )
Mr. Osborne   )
Mr. Insley      )
Dean Shaw     )
That the motion be referred back to the
committee for clarification.
Carried
That the report be referred back to the
committee for clarification.
Carried
Review of the original  report on The Role and Organization of Senate
Dr. Bourne presented the report, the basic recommendations of
which were:
1.    That the standing committees of Senate be as listed.    (See
Appendix 'C Senate Minutes) 6101.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Review of the original  report on The Role and Organization of Senate
(continued)
2. That the Agenda Committee should attempt to promote more
discussion of questions of general University policy and should
also attempt to limit discussion of tedious routine matters.
3. That Senate establish a Budget Committee with the terms of
reference and the composition as listed. (See Appendix 'C
Senate Minutes)
4. That a more complete financial statement of the University be
circulated to Senate each year.
5. That the proposals concerning the election of members of the
Nominating Committee and the co-optation of persons to Senate
committees be as listed.    (See Appendix 'C Senate Minutes)
6. That, unless otherwise provided, the Nominating Committee
shall recommend to Senate the size of a committee.
7. That Senate adopt a standing rule that its evening meetings
adjourn not later than 10.30 p.m.
8. That the University publish a Handbook on the Organization
and Procedures of Senate, which should contain (a) at least
the sections of the Universities Act relating to Senate matters,
if not the entire Act, and (b) a description of the organization
and procedures of Senate, including the list of standing
committees and their terms of reference, and that on their
election or appointment to Senate members of Senate be given
this Handbook together with information about ad hoc committees
of Senate and with copies of appropriate recent committee
reports relating to the general policy and functions of Senate.
9. That the Chairman of Senate be requested to provide some
opportunity for members of Senate to meet each other and talk
informally, preferably at least once a year but certainly near the
beginning of the term of a new Senate. 6102.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Review of the original  report of The Role and Organization of Senate
(continued)
It was noted that with the exception of the Budget Committee
the Standing Committees listed were those already in existence.
The committee had considered proposals for Standing Committees on
Continuing Education and Part-time Education but did not recommend
that they be established at this time.
Dr. Bourne     ) That Senate establish a Budget
Mr. Fields       ) Committee.
Concern was expressed about the composition of the proposed
committee.   It was suggested that the President and the Deans should
not be members.   After considerable debate it was suggested that the
proposal be referred back to the committee for further consideration
with the request that information be sought from the University of
Western Ontario and from Trent University regarding their experiences,
before the committee presents a revised proposal to Senate.
Dean Bates     ) That the proposal to establish a Budget
Dr. Ross        ) Committee be referred back to the
committee.
Carried
It was also agreed that item 4 concerning the circulation of a
more complete financial statement of the University be referred back. 6103.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on The Role and Organization of Senate
Review of the original report of The Role and Organization of Senate
(continued)
Dr. Bourne    ) That all other recommendations be
Dean Cowan   ) approved.
In amendment:
Dr. Kubicek     ) That a section (c) be added to item 8
Mr. Robinson   ) which would read:-
"there would be included a succinct set
of rules of order pertinent to Senate's
needs".
The amendment was carried, 22: 19.
In amendment:
Mr. McEwen   ) That the Academic Planner remain an
Dr. Bongie     ) ex officio member of the Academic
Building Needs Committee.
Carried
The motion with amendments was put and carried.
Ad hoc Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Student Representation in Departments
Dr. Webber presented the following report:-
"A large number of departments and schools have provided the
Committee with information concerning their present or proposed
practices for involving students in appropriate departmental affairs.
This information may be summarized as follows:
(1) There is a very wide range of variation amongst departments
as to their administrative arrangements.
(2) Many departments have what appear to be highly satisfactory
arrangements for involvement of students. 6104.
Wednesday, February 20. 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Student Representation in Departments   (continued)
" (3)    There is a general concern by departments that arbitrary
decisions not be made which would require them to change
existing satisfactory arrangements.
In  light of these considerations,  the Committee recommends
as follows:
(1) That where satisfactory arrangements for student participation
do not now exist at the departmental level, departments be
asked to develop such arrangements in conformity with the
principles approved by Senate on January 17, 1973.   Where
such arrangements are mutually satisfactory to the Department
and students concerned, no further action would appear to be
necessary.
(2) That a mechanism should be established for students or faculty
to appeal the manner in which departments are providing for
student representation.    In the first instance, such an appeal
should go to the Dean of the Faculty concerned.   He may wish
to handle such appeals himself or to set up a Student/Faculty
Liaison Committee in the Faculty to recommend solutions to
such problems.   If they are not resolved at the faculty level
there should be an opportunity ultimately for appeal to Senate
although we would hope that the necessity for such appeals
would be rare.
(3) That departments which have not established mechanisms for
student participation consider the following arrangements:
(a) In small departments it may be sufficient to hold
periodic department meetings with student
representatives to deal with matters such as
curriculum and course and teaching evaluations.
(b) In medium-sized departments which have a committee
structure students in addition to representation at
appropriate departmental meetings should also be
represented on departmental committees concerned
with matters not excluded by Senate. 6105.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Student Representation in Departments   (continued)
" (c)       In large departments similar arrangements would apply
but it may also be desirable to have a Standing Student/
Faculty Liaison Committee which could deal with problems
as they arise and make recommendations to the department
and the head.
(4)      That the Committee now be discharged."
Dr. Webber    ) That Senate approve Recommendations
Dean Riedel    ) (1),  (2), (3) and (4).
Carried
The committee was discharged and an expression of thanks was
extended to the members.
Report of the  Librarian 1972-73
The report of the Librarian had been circulated.   It was agreed that
discussion of the report be deferred to the March Senate meeting.
Faculty of Arts   (See Appendix 'D')
Lists of extra-sessional courses to be offered January-April 1974
and courses to be offered in Intersession 1974 had been circulated for
information.
Other Business
Dr. Dennison gave notice of the following motion:-
"That Senate establish a Standing Committee on
Continuing Education. " 6106.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
Tributes Committee
Dr. McGregor presented the report of the Tributes Committee.   Members
of the gallery were asked to leave.
(P. 6107  -   THIS SECTION OF THE
MINUTES IS NOT BEING CIRCULATED)
The meeting adjourned at 10.30 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
March 20, 1974.
Confirmed,
Secretary
Chairman 6106.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
Tributes Committee
Dr. McGregor presented the report of the Tributes Committee.   Members
of the gallery were asked to leave.
The following memorial statement had been prepared in accordance
with the custom of Senate in recognition by the University and the Senate
of the late Merton Yarwood Williams.
IN MEMORIAM
MERTON YARWOOD WILLIAMS
M. Y, Williams, Professor Emeritus of Geology, died February 3,   1974,
in his ninety-first year.   Born in Ontario, he was educated at Queen's
and Yale;   he taught in the public schools of Ontario and at both his
universities before joining the Faculty of The University of British
Columbia in 1921.   He helped to build the Department of Geology and
Geography, of which he served as Head from 1936 to 1950, and he
was among the pioneers in the development of the resources of British
Columbia.   He spent twelve years as a member of Senate.   A Fellow
of the Royal Society of Canada, he was honoured by election to the
presidency of this body for the year 1960-61.   Although he retired
from his professorship in 1950, he maintained his contributions to
geological scholarship and to the life of his department.   A familiar
and spritely figure on the campus until very recently, he was regarded
with deep affection by all who knew him, colleagues, friends, and
students.   Few have equalled his devotion to scholarship and education
at The University of British Columbia, which recognised its debt by
the award of an honorary degree in May,  1972.   His was an enviable
career.
Dr. McGregor    ) That this Memorial Statement be
Dean Kenny        )        spread on the minutes of Senate
and that a copy be sent to close
relatives.
Carried 6107.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
The meeting adjourned at 10.30 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
March 20, 1974.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6108.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The John D.   Beaty Memorial  Scholarship- As a memorial to John
David Beaty (B.A.Sc., U.B.C,  1941) and as a tribute to his fine
personal qualities, his outstanding service to the community, and his
keen interest in young people, this scholarship has been established
by Gregory Industries Ltd.   In the amount of $500 annually, it will be
available to undergraduates continuing studies in the Third or Fourth
Year of Forestry, or in Engineering or Commerce for those who have
a strong interest in forestry.   The award will be made on the
recommendation of Faculty to a student selected on the basis of
exceptional qualities of character, high academic standing, and
special achievement in University and Community activities and in
problems related to Forestry.
The Dr.   Harold  L.  Chambers Memorial  Scholarship in Urology -
This fund, established by his Partners of the Seymour Medical Clinic
in tribute to Dr. Harold L. Chambers, provides an annual scholarship
for an undergraduate medical student who has shown interest and
proficiency in the field of Urology.   This award will be made on the
recommendation of the Division of Urology of the Department of Surgery.
The Joan Livesey Award in French-Canadian Literature - As a
tribute to her daughter, Joan Livesey, deceased August 18, 1973,
Adelia Livesey has established a book prize of approximately $60 to be
awarded annually to a graduating student for outstanding work in
French-Canadian Literature, on the recommendation of the Department
of French.
The Dr.  CD.  Orchard Memorial  Fellowship in  Forest Management -
A fellowship of $1,100 - $1,200 to be awarded to a graduate student
proceeding to a Master's or Ph.D. degree emphasizing the silvicultural
aspects of management.   The fellowship is provided annually in memory
of Dr. CD. Orchard, a leader in the development of sustained yield
forestry in British Columbia.   The donors are the Council of Forest
Industries, the Canadian Institute of Forestry, the Association of
British Columbia Professional Foresters, the Truck Loggers Association,
the Cariboo Lumber Manufacturers Association and his friends and
associates. 6109,
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Francis Reif Scholarship in Asian Art- A scholarship in the
amount of approximately $300 has been made available to celebrate the
sixtieth birthday of Francis Reif by his wife and sons.   The award will
be made to a student of Asian Art or Art History on the recommendation
of the Department of Fine Arts.   In making the award, consideration
will be given to the financial circumstances of the recipient.
The Leslie Ann Whitcutt Memorial  Fund - This fund was established
as a memorial to Leslie Anne Whitcutt (B.A., U.B.C, 1973) by her
parents.   The annual income will be used to provide financial assistance
for blind students at the University who require special equipment
related to their studies.   Grants will be made on the recommendation
of the Head of the Crane Library. 6110.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A  =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes (approved unless otherwise indicated)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology
B     Change
Anthropology 325 - deletion of prerequisite
Statistics
English
B      Change
German
A     New courses
English 305 - change in unit value
German 423 (3)   Advanced Translation and
Composition
Germanic Studies 302 (3) Elementary Swedish
Introduction to the
Language
Political Science
B     Change
Psychology
B     Changes
Political Science 314 - change in unit value
Psychology 409, 413 and 416 - title and description
changes
The following new course is to be added to the list of courses offered
in other Faculties and acceptable for credit in the Faculty of Arts:
A     Geological Sciences 310 (3)   Canadian Geology - Our Environment
and Resources 6111
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
A      Changes:
Major  in Earth and Space Science
First and Second Years:
Geology 107*
(3)
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
Chemistry 103 or
(3)
110 or 120
Physics 105 or 110
(3)
115 or 120
Mathematics 100
(3)
and 121
15
* Geology 105 or Geography 101
may be substituted with permission
from the department.
Second,  Third or Fourth Years:
Astronomy 200
Geography 212
Geology 307
Geology 327
Geology 417
Oceanography 400
(3  )    And a minimum of 8 units from the
(li)     following:
(1i) Astronomy:   320 (3), 421 and 431 (2)
(li) Geography:  213 (1i), 310 (1i),
(li) 313 (li), 370 (1i),
d   ) 379 (li), 417 (1i)
10 366 (3)
Geology:  216 (1i), 226 (1i), 312(1),
314 (1i), 322 (3)
Geophysics:  201   (3), 302  (3),
400 (3), 403 (1)
Oceanography:  401   (1), 402  (1),
404 (1)
Soil Science:  200 (1i), or 300 di),
301   (li)
Geophysics 201  (3) and Soil Science
300 (li) are strongly recommended. 6112.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division (continued)
Major  in Home Economics
Home Economics Concentration
Alternative streams in Second Year of both the Major and the
Concentration have been provided by the addition by the School of Home
Economics of three new courses:- Home Economics 207 (3) Foods,
204 (li) Textiles, and 209 (li) Nutrition.    (N.B. Chemistry 12 or Chemistry
103 strongly recommended) .
Students electing the Home Economics Major or Concentration must
include Economics 100 in their program.   Those who follow the Home
Economics 207, 204 and 209 sequence must have taken Chemistry 11 and
Mathematics 11 or the equivalent before admission, or acquire the equivalent
in their first year.   Those who follow the Home Economics 201, 202, 203
sequence must include in their program a first year course in Chemistry
(103, 110 or 120) and Chemistry 230.
Senior Years - HMEC 342 and 343 are strongly recommended.   Only
one of English at the 200-level or 303 need be taken.
Programs in Business Education
* Business Education Major
First and Second Years:- Education 175, Commerce 151/190,
Economics 100 and Geography 100
Note:   Students are advised that some Commerce elective courses
require Mathematics 130 or Mathematics 100 and 121.
Senior Years: - Commerce 252, 331, 375;    3 units Senior Commerce
Elective plus one of Education 174 and 374;   or Commerce
391 and 356 and Education 377;    or Commerce 261 and
Commerce 362 or 363 or 364, and Education 378. 6113.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Secondary Division
Programs  in Business Education   (continued)
* Business  Education   (Distributive Education)  Concentration
First and Second Years:-   Education 175 and Commerce 151/190;
one of Economics 100, Geography 100,
or Education 174.
Senior Years: - Commerce 261, 331, 362 or 363 or 364, 375;
Education 378.
* The change is requested by the present Commerce Education
Department, who wish the name to be changed to Business
Education Department.
Under the proposed program, the student would specialize in one
of four major teaching areas in Business Education with a working
competency in a second.   The four areas are:   Commerce, Data
Processing, Secretarial and Distributive Education.
A     New Courses  in  Business Education
EDUC 174 (1i) Principles and Problems of Teaching
Pitman  New Basic Shorthand
175 (1i) Principles and  Problems in Typewriting
Instruction
377 di) Systems - Data Processing
378 (1i) Distributive Education
B     Changes: EDUC 404 - change in description only
Art Education
Changes in course sequence.
B     Course Changes: EDUC 430 - change in description only
EDUC 426 - change in title and description;
now reads:    Education 426 (li)
The Role of the Teacher in
Guidance 6114.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
Art Education
B   (continued)
EDUC 434 - prerequisites changed to -
EDUC 301 or 311
EDUC 465 - change in unit value to (1-3)
change in description
Elementary Division
New Courses:
EDUC 471  (3)
MUED 104 (1)
MUED 105 (1)
MUED 400  (1)
Diagnosis and Remediation in
Elementary School  Mathematics
Classroom Melody Instruments
Classroom Accompanying  Instruments
Method Studies  in Music Education
Social Studies Major   (Professional)
New major: Education 402
3 units of senior courses in:   Anthropology,
Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Economics,
Geography, History, History of Fine Arts, History
of Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology.
3 units from:    Education 380, 389, 405, 414, 425,
473,  479,  494,  496.
B
General Course
Changes:
EDUC 322 -   change in title and deletion of
description;    now reads;    EDUC 322
(li) Curriculum and  Instruction  in
Social Studies  in the Elementary
School
EDUC 370 -   change in description and hours
371 -   change in description and hours
372 -   change in prerequisites
373 -   change in prerequisites
421 -   change in unit value and description;
now (1i or 3)
431 -   change in title, now reads:
EDUC 431  (1i-3) Learning Disabilities
478 -   minor change in prerequisites 6115.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
B General Course Changes:    (continued)
EDUC 480 -   change in title;    now reads:
EDUC 480 (1i or 3) Advanced Studies
in the Language Arts in the
Elementary Grades
486 -   change in title and description;
now reads:    EDUC 486 (li)
Developing Oral  Language in the
Classroom
488 -   change in title and description;    now
reads:    EDUC 488 (li) Mathematics
Education   (Elementary)
ENGL 311 -   change in description only
MUED 101 -   change in hours to  (3-2;   3-2)
MUED 201 -   change in hours to (3-2;   3-2)
THTR 301 -   change in title and description;    now
reads:    THTR 301  (3) An  Introduction
to Developmental  Drama  in Education
B Change in terminology:
Academic Major changed to Academic Concentration
Professional Major changed to Professional
Concentration
Double Major changed to Major
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
A      Change: Field  Instruction  in  Forestry:
Forestry 163 (1)   Basic Forest Surveying to
replace Forestry 251  (li) Field Work in Forest
Surveying
Forestry 251  (1) Field Work will not be offered
until September 1975 6116.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY   (continued)
B     Changes: Forestry 204 - change in unit value and hours
First and Second Year courses - move core
courses Economics 100 and Geography 214 from
Second Year to First Year, thereby increasing
the units of electives in Second Year by 4i.
Forestry 430 - change in description
Delete Forestry 401
A      New Courses:       Forestry 431  (li)   Sampling Methods
421  di)   Forest Industrial  Pollution
and Control
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Architecture
A     Change: Architecture 505 - change in title and description
A      New course: Architecture 512 (1i~3) Urban Design:
Advanced Design Project
Botany
B     Change: Botany 520 - change in title
Civil  Engineering
A     New course: Civil Engineering 538 (1) Advanced Topics in the
Finite Element Method
555 (1) Analysis of Civil
Engineering System
559 (1) Topics  in Advanced
Waste Treatment
B     Changes: Civil Engineering 547 - change in title and description
554 - change in title
533 - change in unit value 6117.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Civil Engineering   (continued)
A     Changes:
Education
B     Changes:
Civil Engineering 556 - change in number, title
and description
569 - change in title and
description
Educational Psychology 536 - change in title and
description
Education 547 and 548 - change in description
Education 549 - change in title and description
A     New course: Education 535 (3) Assessment and  Interpretative
Processes in School  Psychology
Electrical  Engineering
A     Change:
B     Change:
A     Changes:
Electrical Engineering 553 - change in title,
description, units
and hours
Electrical Engineering 554 - change in number
Electrical Engineering 589 - change in title and
description
592 - change in description,
number, title, units
and hours
594 - change in description,
number, title, units
and hours
Delete Electrical Engineering 569 (replaced by E.E. 592 and 594)
B     Change: Electrical Engineering 583 - change in units and
hours 6118.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (continued)
French
A     Deletion: French 517
Geography
B     Change: Geography 510 - change in title
Geology
A     New course: Geology 562  (li) Advanced Groundwater Hydrology
German
A     New course: German 616 (1i~3) Seminar in  Literary History
Health Care and  Epidemiology
A     Change: HC/E 503 - change in description and unit value
A      New course: HC/E 548 (1i-3) Directed Studies
Home Economics
A      New course: Human Nutrition 519 (1i) Assessment of
Nutritional Status
Linguistics
A     New course: Linguistics 533 (1i~3) Indian Languages of the
Northwest
Mathematics
A      New course: Mathematics 529 (3) Mathematical   Logic
Mechanical  Engineering
B     Change: Mechanical Engineering 553 - change in unit value
and 554
568 - change in description 6119.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (continued)
Microbiology
A     Change: Microbiology 502 - change in title and description
Physics
A      New course: Physics 524 (2) Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics
Plant Science
B     Change:
Slavonics
Plant Science 500 - change in title and description
A      New course: Russian 519 (lior 3) Topics in Slavic  Linguistics
B     Change Russian 502 - change in title
Zoology
A     Deletion: Zoology 520
SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS
B     Changes:
Deletions:
FACULTY OF LAW
Human Nutrition Program - Home Economics 301
and Commerce 359 no longer required.   Commerce
221 is now a required course.
Home Economics 407 - change in unit value and hours
409 and 464
A      New courses:        Law 463 (1i)   Corporate Social  Responsibility
234 (1)     Immigration  Law
B     Change:
Law 239 - change in unit value (now 2 or_ 1i) 6120.
Wednesday, February 20, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
SCHOOL OF LIBRARIANSHIP
A     New courses:        L.662 di)   Analytical bibliography
L.663 (1i)   Descriptive bibliography
L.664 (1i)   Application of bibliography to
textual  studies
L.661   di)    Historical   Bibliography
L.632 (1i)   The Book Arts
L.610 di)    Literature for Children
L.611  (1i)   Contemporary  Literature for Children
L.608 (1i)    Legal  bibliography and  information
services
L.604 (1i)   Adult Services
A     Deletions: L.607 and L.624
SCHOOL OF NURSING
B     Changes: "D"  Program - Second Year
The requirement "English at the 200 level or an
alternative course approved by Advisor" to be
changed to "Free elective - 3 units"
Deletions: Nursing 150,  156,  158,  189, 267 and 280.
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
A     Requirement:        English 301 to be a required course for the first
Year Pharmacy curriculum
B      Elective: Third Year - English 302 recommended elective
Pharmaceutics
B     Change: Pharmacy 416 - change in unit value and hours
Pharmacology
B     Changes: Pharmacy 340, 440, 444 - change in description 6121.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES   (continued)
Clinical  Pharmacy
A      New course: Pharmacy 405 (3)   Problems  in Clinical  Pharmacy
B     Changes: Pharmacy 401 - change in title and description
402 - change in title, units and hours
403 - change in unit value, hours,
title and description
404 - change in unit value, hours,
title and description
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
B     Changes: PHED 201 and 202 - change in title and description
PHED 304 - change in number, title and description
PHED 301 - change in title and description
PHED 303 - change in number, title and description
PHED 330 - change in description
A     New Courses:       PHED 364 (li) Psychological  Foundations of Sport
and Physical Activity
PHED 469 (li) Exercise Management
PHED 426 (1)    Badminton and Tennis Coaching
PHED 428 (1)    Figure Skating Coaching
Recreation
A     New courses:        Recreation 397 (H) The Recreation Program
497 (li) Analysis of Current Issues
and Problems  in Recreational
Service
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
A     Deletion: Social Work 609
B     Changes: Social Work 501, 502, 503, 504, 505 and 506 -
change in unit value 6122.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK   (continued)
A      New courses for the B.S.W. Program:
Social Work 300 (3)
310 (6)
400 (li)
410 (6)
415 (6)
420 (li)
425  (1i)
Canadian Social  Services  I
Social  Work  Intervention  I
Canadian Social Services II
Social Work Intervention 11A
Social Work  Intervention  IIB
Social Work Research
Social  Work Research
Methodology
430 (1j-3) Special  Studies  in Social
Work 6123.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
SENATE COMMITTEES
A.        Standing Committees
1. Academic Building Needs
Terms of Reference
To recommend priorities on new academic buildings, to determine
how the needs for academic and non-academic buildings are
related, and to consider such matters as the proper balance of
large and small lecture rooms and laboratories.
Composition
(a) Six members of Senate, two of them being students,
elected by Senate.
(b) Four members of Senate appointed by the President.
(The Academic Planner - ex officio)
2. Admissions
Terms of Reference
(a) To examine and rule upon applications for admission that
are not clearly resolvable under the regulations governing
admission and to review and rule on appeals related to
admission or re-admission to the University.
(b) To consider and review admissions policy, to review
performance in relation to admissions policy, and to
make recommendations to Senate.
3. Agenda
Terms of Reference
(a) To prepare an agenda for Senate meetings.
(b) To initiate discussion by Senate of matters of academic
policy and to prepare material for information of Senate
relating to such discussion.
(c) To discuss matters referred to it by Senate or by the
Chairman of Senate for report to Senate. 6124.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
SENATE COMMITTEES   (continued)
4.    Appeals on Academic Standing
Terms of Reference
To inquire into all appeals to Senate on academic standing and
to report thereon to Senate.
* 5.     Budget
Terms of Reference
To advise the President on matters concerning the budget of
the University.
Composition
(a) President
(b) Two Deans elected by the Deans.
(c) Three members of Senate elected by the Senate.
(Deputy President and Bursar in an advisory capacity.)
* The proposal to establish a Budget Committee was referred back
to the Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate
6.     Curriculum
Terms of Reference
(a) To consider proposals from faculties for changes, additions
or deletions of courses and for new programmes of study,
new academic organization and new degrees, and to make
recommendations thereon to Senate.
(b) To recommend, where appropriate, an order of priority
for the implementation of the recommendations of the
Committee.
Composition
(a) Thirteen members of Senate, including four student
members and at least two Convocation members, elected
by Senate.
(b) The Chairmen of Faculty Curriculum Committees or
their representatives. 6125.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
SENATE COMMITTEES   (continued)
Subcommittee on  New Programmes
The Curriculum Committee shall establish a standing
subcommittee to consider all new programmes and
substantial changes in existing programmes and to
report to it.
7.     Nominating
Terms of Reference
To nominate the elected membership of all Senate committees
unless Senate otherwise provides, and to recommend the size
of each committee.
Composition
(a) The Committee shall consist of ten members of Senate,
two of whom shall be student members and two non-
faculty, non-student members.
(b) The Secretary of Senate shall call for nominations to this
Committee before the first meeting of a newly constituted
Senate and shall include the names of those nominated in
the notice calling this meeting.
(c) The Committee shall be elected by written ballot at the
first meeting of a newly constituted Senate.
(d) The Committee shall elect its own Chairman, the first
meeting being convened by the Secretary of Senate.
(e) When a vacancy occurs in the Nominating Committee, the
Senate shall elect a member of Senate to fill it.
Procedure
(a) A member of Senate is entitled to suggest to the Nominating
Committee the names of individuals who might be nominated
for particular committees.
(b) Reports of the Nominating Committee shall be sent to
members of Senate along with the Senate agenda. 6126.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
SENATE COMMITTEES
7. Nominating
Procedure   (continued)
(c) Additional nominations may be made from the floor of
Senate, provided the consent of the nominees has been
obtained.
(d) When a vacancy occurs or is expected to occur on a
committee, or when a committee wishes to add to its
members, the Chairman of that committee shall notify
without delay the Chairman of the Nominating Committee.
8. Tributes
Terms of Reference
(a) To consider persons who are suggested to the
committee for honorary degrees or whom it considers
to be suitable recipients of honorary degrees, and to
make recommendations to Senate.
(b) To recommend to Senate emeritus status in appropriate
cases.
(c) To prepare a statement regarding deceased members of
Senate to be recorded in the minutes.
9. University Library
Terms of Reference
(a)      To advise and assist the Librarian in:
(i) formulating a policy for the development of
resources for instruction and research;
(ii) advising on the allocation of book funds to the
fields of instruction and research;
(iii) developing a general program of library service
for all the interests of the University;    and 6127.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
SENATE COMMITTEES
9.     University  Library
(a) (continued)
(iv) keeping himself informed about the library
needs of instructional and research staffs, and
keeping the academic community informed
about the library;
(b) To report to Senate on matters of policy under discussion
by the Committee.
B.        Size and Composition of Senate Committees
1. Unless otherwise provided the Nominating Committee shall
recommend to Senate the size of a committee.
2. The Chancellor, President, and Registrar shall be ex officio
members of all committees. 6128.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'D'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extra-sessional credit course proposals January-April   1974
French 306 French Phonetics
English
Sociology
Political Science
201
321
341
365
452 (1i)
210
220
200 (1i)
A Survey of English Literature
from Chaucer to 1914
Approaches to Poetry
The English Novel from Joseph
Conrad to the Present
Shakespeare
Studies in American Literature
*
Canadian Social Issues
Sociology of Life-Styles
Canadian Government
Courses to be offered in Intersession 1974
Anthropology
200
306
430*
Asian Studies
325
Creative Writing
202
Economics
100
301   (li)
302  (1i)
490
English
100
201
303
311
365
365**
390
Introduction to Social Organization
Summer Field Training in Archaeology
Theory and Programmes of Social
Change
Chinese Philosophy
Creative Forms
Principles of Economics
Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
Applied Economics
Literature and Composition
A Survey of English Literature from
Chaucer to 1914
English Composition (3 sections)
Children's Literature (arranged by
the Faculty of Education)
Shakespeare
Shakespeare (London)
A Survey of English Literature of
the 19th Century 6129.
Wednesday, February 20,  1974.
APPENDIX  'D'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Courses to be offered  in  Intersession  1974   (continued)
Fine Arts
125
181
397**
397**
397**
French
110
400
German
430
History
329
429
Italian
100
Linguistics
420
Philosophy
100
317
410
Political Science
407
Psychology
100
200
305
311
316
409
Sociology
270
462*
Spanish
100
200
Theatre
333
History of Western Art
Studio I
Directed Study Abroad (Florence)
Directed Study Abroad (London)
Directed Study Abroad (Paris)
First-Year French
A Survey of French Literature in
Translation
German for Reading Knowledge
The Social Development of Canada
History of the American West
First-Year Italian
Introduction to Linguistic Problems
Introduction to Philosophy
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophical Problems
American Politics and Government
Introductory Psychology
Experimental Psychology
Theory of Personality
Individual Differences
Methods in Research
Cognitive Processes
Introduction to Comparative Social
Institutions
Social Change
First-Year Spanish
Second-Year Spanish
Introduction to Film Production
*      Cross-listed:   Anthropology 430/Sociology 462
**    Directed Study Abroad

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