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 Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3915
The fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for the Session 1967-68 was held on Wednesday, May 22,
1968 at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:  Dean W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C S.
Belshaw, Mr. S. Black, Dr. M. Bloom, Mr. R. M. Bibbs, 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. J. D. Chapman, Dr. R. M. Clark,
Dean I. McTaggart-Cowan, Dean C F. Curtis, Dr. W. D. Finn, Dr. S. M.
Friedman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C Gibson, The Hon. Howard
C Green, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. N. A. Hall, Dean D. M. Healy, Dr. W. S.
Hoar, Mr. W. L. Holland, Mr. J. S. Keate, Dr. H. L. Keenleyside,
Dr. D. T. Kenny, Dr. P. Larkin, Mr. R. R. Larsen, Rev. E. C. Lebel,
Dean S. Wah Leung, Dr. A. J. McClean, Dean Helen McCrae, Dean J. F.
McCreary, Dr. C A. McDowell, Mr. J. McGechaen, Dr. J. R. Mcintosh,
Mrs. H. J. MacKay, Mr. D. F. Miller, Dr. Finlay A. Morrison, Mr. D.
Munton, Dr. H. P. Oberlander, Dean V. J. Okulitch, Mr. W. Opechowski,
Dr. A. J. Renney, Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. R. D. Russell,
Dean N. V. Scarfe, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Dean M. Shaw, Dr. D. V. Smiley,
Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs,
Rev. W. S. Taylor, Dr. G. H. N. Towers, Mrs. B. E. Wales, Dr. Wm. A.
Webber, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams, Dr. S. H. Zbarsky.
Observers:  Mr. G. R. Selman, Mr. A. Myers, Mr. J. Banham.
Visitors:  Dr. Ian Ross, Dr. C E. Smith, Dr. J. H. Young.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Mr. J. M. Buchanan, Dr. D. H. Copp, Mr. Justice J. MacDonald, Mr. D. F.
Manders, Mr. John R. Meredith, Dr. G. J. Parfitt, Dr. H. V. Warren,
Mr. M. Waldman.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dean Scarfe )    That the Minutes oh the hourth regular
Mr. Miller  )    meeting oh Senate hoi the Session 1967-68,
held on February 14,  196%, having been
circulated, be taken as read and
adopted.
Carried Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3916
Membership on Senate Committees
At the previous meeting of Senate it had been agreed that members
of Senate should submit nominations to the Registrar for four members
of Senate to serve on each of two new committees, namely a standing
committee on Academic Building Needs and an ad hoc Committee on Long-
Range Objectives.  It was further agreed that an election be held and
that the results of the election be announced prior to this meeting of
Senate. However, it was explained that a question had been raised as to
the legality of the nomination of one of the candidates for the Committee
on Long-Range Objectives, in view of the fact that at the time of his
nomination he was on leave of absence from Senate and would not return
until July 1, 1968.
It was explained that the existing procedure which was governed by
a ruling made by the Board of Governors on October 29, 1963, which was
as follows:
"That Faculty members on leave of absence be not eligible
to attend meetings of the University Senate or of University
committees for the period of their leave; and that Faculty
members on leave of absence for a period of four months
or longer be replaced for the period of leave by other
eligible members of Faculty on Senate or University
committees of which they are members."
At the time the ruling was made, Senate requested that the Board
of Governors consider the rule as the normal procedure, with discretion
given to the President to make exceptions in special cases.  The Board
expressed agreement. 4
Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3917
Membership on Senate Committees  (Continued)
It was suggested that the original system whereby a member of Senate
going on leave of absence forfeited his right to return to Senate for
the remainder of his term, was perhaps more suitable. After further
debate the following motion was put:
Dean Okulitch )   That in view oh the h0^- that under
Dean Cowan   )   the present system Vr. Stewart would
return to Senate  ^om leave oh absence
on July 1,  196%, his nomination to the
Committee on Long-Range Objectives be
accepted.
Carried
Dr. Gibson gave notice that at the next meeting of Senate he would
propose a motion to the effect that a member of Senate who goes on
leave or who is not going to be available during the regular session be
asked to resign from Senate.
The results of the election were then announced:
Committee on Long-Range Objectives (ad hoc committee)
Elected by Senate:     R. M. Clark
D. F. Miller
M. W. Steinberg
R. W. Stewart
Appointed by the       W. D. Finn
Chairman of Senate:    J. R. Mcintosh
C S. Belshaw
D. R. Williams
The Chairman stated that at the next meeting of Senate he would
like to arrange for one student senator to sit on this Committee.
Dean Scarfe )    That the membership oh the ad hoc CommiXtee
Dr. McDowell )    on Long-Range Objectives bz approved and
that one student member, be added in the
Fall. *
Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3918
Membership on Senate Committees  (Continued)
Committee on Academic Building Needs  (standing committee)
Elected by Senate:        R. M. Bibbs
C B. Bourne
D. T. Kenny
P. A. Larkin
Appointed by the W. M. Armstrong
Chairman of Senate:        N. A. Hall
J. H. Young
Ross Stewart
The Chairman explained that although Dr. Young was not a
member of Senate at the present time he would become a senator when
he became Acting Dean of Arts on July 1, 1968.  The Chairman had
appointed one non-member of Senate, Dr. Ross Stewart, because he
felt that Dr. Stewart's experience and knowledge were appropriate
and would be very useful to the Committee.
Dr. McDowell )   That the membership oh thz Standing
Dean Gardner )    Committze on Academic Building Needs
be approved.
Carried
Senate Liaison Committee - Planning Permanent Buildings
The Chairman explained that as a result of the Special Meeting of
Senate in November to discuss the Campus Plan, he had recommended to the
Board of Governors that it would be desirable to have a Liaison Committee
appointed by Senate to act in consultation with the Property Committee
of the Board of Governors on the question of the Campus Master Plan,
particularly as it affects new academic buildings.  The Board of
Governors had agreed. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3919
Senate Liaison Committee - Planning Permanent Buildings  (Continued)
The general functions of the Senate Liaison Committee are outlined
as follows:
To afford an opportunity for Senate members to state their
views on proposed siting of new permanent academic buildings
in terms of function, location and similar factors prior to
the approval of the site by the Board of Governors.
To provide a bridge between the Board of Governors Property
Committee and the Senate with respect to modifications or
new developments in the Campus Master Plan.
To act in an advisory capacity through the President to the
Board of Governors and to provide the necessary liaison with
the senior academic body.
The Nominating Committee of Senate had put forward the following
nominations to constitute the membership of this Committee:
Dr. H. P. Oberlander, (Chairman)
Director of the School of Community and Regional Planning.
Dr. J. H. G. Smith,
Professor, Faculty of Forestry.
Dr. P. Larkin,
Director, Institute of Fisheries.
Dr. McDowell )   That the nominations  h0>l membership
Dean Cowan   )   oh the Senate Liaison Committee on the
Planning oh Permanent Buildings be
approved.
Carried
Notification of Approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate Recommendations
(a) Recommendations of the Curriculum Committee of Senate on
items previously approved by the Board of Governors.
(b) Establishment of a Department of Computer Science, subject to
funds being available.
(c) Establishment of a Diploma Programme in Education of the Deaf
under the Faculty of Education, subject to funds being available. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3920
Notification of Approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate Recommendations   (Continued)
(d) Modified foreign language requirement for the B.A. degree.
(e) Evening Classes, Inter-Session, May-July, 1968 in English 200,
300, 303, 425, History 429, Psychology 409, and Sociology 301
and 425.
(f) New courses and course changes from the Faculty of Graduate
Studies, subject to funds being available, in Animal Science,
Commerce, Comparative Literature, Education, Electrical
Engineering, Fine Arts, Geography, Philosophy, Plant Science,
Poultry Science, Psychology and Soil Science.
(g) Changes in regulations and courses from the Faculty of
Medicine, subject to provision of funds.
(h)  Change in dates of the Academic Year.
Reports of Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
The Curriculum Committee reported approval of two items under
consideration from previous meetings of Senate:
(i)  Diploma in Education of the Deaf
At the December meeting of Senate the New Programmes
Committee reported their approval of the Diploma Programme
in Education of the Deaf (Page 3896) but recommended that the
load be reduced to 12 units.  The Curriculum Committee in
considering the courses referred to on Page 3871, recommended
approval of the new courses listed below, together with the
sequencing indicated.
Courses Units
Education 422 Phonetics 1*5 Existing course
Education 441 Audiology 1 1*5 New
Education 442 Audiology 2 1*5 New
Education 443 Teaching Communication
skills 1*5 New
Education 444 Teaching Academic
Subjects to the Deaf   1*5 New
Education 445 Teaching Speech to the
Deaf 1*5 New
Education 497 Practicum (minimum of
180 hours) - New Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3921
Reports of Senate Committees
Curriculum Committee
(i)  Diploma in Education of the Deaf  (Continued)
Three units selected from the following or other courses
selected in consultation with the Faculty:
Courses Units
Education 300 General Linguistics 3 Existing course
Education 319 Comparative Linguistics 3 Existing course
Education 423 Principles of Teaching
Hearing Impaired 1*5 New
Education 446 History of Education
of the Deaf 1*5 New
Education 447 Psychology of Deafness 1*5 New
(ii) Course Proposals from the Faculty of Graduate Studies
The Curriculum Committee concurred with the recommendations
from the Faculty of Graduate Studies referred to on Page 3906
and drew attention to Philosophy 530-539 (1*5) Problems; the
general nature of the course description gave a necessary
measure of flexibility in designing individual study programmes
at the Ph.D. level.
The report was received for information.
New Programmes Committee
(i)  Proposal of the School of Home Economics to Change the Title
of the School to "The School of Human Nutrition and
Family Ecology".
The New Programmes Committee recommended that a change in
the name of the School be deferred and that the School be
requested by Senate to report on: Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3922
Reports of Senate Committees
New Programmes Committee
(i) Proposal of the School of Home Economics to Change the Title
of the School to "The School of Human Nutrition and
Family Ecology".  (Continued)
(a) Its appropriate faculty location in the light of the
School's academic objectives, of the studies of the
School by previous President's committees, and of
discussions with relevant faculties.
(b) Its preferences with regard to degree structure, and
(c) The adoption of a new name.
Mr. Bourne ) That the report oh the New Programmes
Dean Scarfe ) Committee be approved; that the
consideration oh a change in name be
deherred; that the Scliool oh Home
Economics be requested by Senate to
report on [a],   (b)  and (c)  above; and
that the President be asked to establish
a committee to assist the director
oh the School oh Home Economics in
tiiis study.
Carried
(ii) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to offer an
M.A. in Comparative Literature
The New Programmes Committee concurred with the proposal,
and in so doing drew attention to the desirability of the
recommendation contained in the proposal that a standing
committee of the Faculty of Arts, composed of persons drawn
from the various language departments, be established to
supervise the programme.  Such a committee would tend to ensure
the interdisciplinary character of the studies.
Mr. Bourne  ) That the report oh thz New Programmes
Dean McCreary) Committee be adopted and that the M.A.
Programme in Comparative Literature
be instituted.
Carried Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3923
Reports of Senate Committees  (Continued)
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate
The Chairman of the Committee on the Role and Organization of
Senate summarized the Report, explaining the proposed changes in
the committee structure, the recommendation that Faculties and
Departments be asked to prepare a five-year statement of objectives
to assist in the establishment of priorities, and the final suggestion that the number of Senate Meetings a year be increased to seven.
Mr. Bourne )     That the Report oh the Committee on the
Dr. Clark  )     Role and Organization oh Senate be
adopted.
A debate followed on the proposal to increase the number of
meetings of Senate from five to seven.  There was considerable feeling that Senate should meet at more frequent intervals.
Mr. Bowers )     That the penultimate paragraph oh Page 12
Mr. Larsen )     oh the Report oh the CommitXez on thz
Role and Organization oh Senate be
amended to read "...that there be nine
regular meetings oh Senate during each
academic yzar, plus one in the summer,
and that the May meeting be devoted
exclusively to matters relating to
candidates hofl degrees."
Carried
Objections were raised to the recommendation that faculties
and departments be asked to prepare five-year statements of
objectives.  It was suggested that such statements could only
enumerate aspirations rather than objectives since the faculties and
departments had no knowledge of future budgetary provisions.  It
was also pointed out that the proposal ignored the effect of
availability of personnel, and that there were times when Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3924
Reports of Senate Committees
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate  (Continued)
opportunities arose where money was available for certain programmes
from unexpected sources, either of which could immediately change
the objectives of a department.
In support of the proposal it was argued that no department or
faculty could possibly function properly without objectives, and if
the difficulty were funds it would be even more essential to plan on
a long-term basis in an effort to influence the amount of financial
support provided.  It was further argued that the Board of Governors
required assistance from Senate in evaluating the question of
priorities which was an integral part of planning.
Dean White   )   That the second and h^i^1 paragrapiis on
Dean okulitch )   Page 11 oh the Report Part  If, be
delztzd.
Lost
It was pointed out that no provision had been made in the
Report for a procedure to guide the evaluation of planning by the
departments and faculties.
Dr. Friedman )    That the Committee on the Role and
Dr. Belshaw  )   Organization oh Senate be asked to
reconsider tie last paragraph under
Section  11/ on Page 11 oh their Report
and make a specihic recommendation to
Senate hor a mechanism hor the appraisal
and evaluation oh the objectives and
achievements oh statements oh objectives
hrom the  jjacatitea and departments.
It was explained that what was required was that the Committee
should specifically consider the matter of academic review of the
five-year statements of objectives and that possibly this should Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3925
Reports of Senate Committees
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate (Continued)
come as item (e) on Page 11 of the Report, or it should be
completely deleted.
Carried
An objection was raised to the proposal for an Academic
Implications Committee outlined on Pages 2 and 3 of the Report.
Dean okulitch )   That the proposal hofl &n Academic
Mr. Bowers   )   Implications Committee be rejected.
The Chairman of the Committee endeavoured to clarify the
proposal explaining that it was not intended to act as another
barrier, as had been suggested, but to act as a clearing house for
proposals from the faculties and schools before they went to the
Curriculum Committee and the New Programmes Committee and to ensure
that members of different faculties and schools were given the
opportunity to hear about proposals from other disciplines before
the proposals went to Senate.
After further debate the motion was carried.
A discussion then took place on the suggestion contained in
the terms of reference of the Curriculum Committee under Item (c)
on Page 5 of the Report - namely that the Curriculum Committee should
recommend, where appropriate, an order of priority for the
implementation of the recommendations of the Committee.
Mr. Bowers     ) That Item [c) under the Terms oh
Dr. Finn   )    Reherence oh the Curriculum Committee
covering tbie recommendation oh priorities,
be deleted h^om the Report. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3926
Reports of Senate Committees
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate  (Continued)
It was pointed out that the wording included "where
appropriate" and that whereas a statement of priority for the
majority of straightforward course changes would not be necessary,
there were instances where it was appropriate.  The motion was then
put to the vote and lost.
Clarification was requested as to the interpretation of the
term "Continuing Education".  It was pointed out that there were,
for example, courses given under the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration in the Spring that were the same as those courses
being given in the normal Winter Session, and it was felt that
courses given in this manner should not come under "Continuing
Education".
Dean White  )     That the item on the Standing Committee
Dr. Hall    )     on Continuing Education on Page 4 oh
tie Report be reherred back to the
Committee on the Role and Organization
oh Smote hor a dehinition oh what is
meant by "Continuing Education".
It was suggested that the points raised had been relatively
minor and would have been dealt with and given consideration during
the workings of the Committee and that there should be no difficulty
with the courses given by departments under their own jurisdiction,
although it was agreed that the wording was perhaps not ideal.
The Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies stated that he had
not thought that the wording referred to courses, particularly Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3927
Reports of Senate Committees
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate  (Continued)
graduate courses and he asked that it be made clear in the minutes
that it was not intended to include normal developments of a more
elaborate summer programme in the graduate area.
However, the objection was supported and it was felt that
undergraduate credit courses given during the summer should not be
considered as Continuing Education.
The motion was then carried.
Mr. Bowers  )    That the proposed Nominating Committee
Mr. Larsen  )    and the Agenda CommiXXee be combined.
Lost
The original motion was then amended:
Mr. Bourne  )    That the Report oh the Committee
Dr. Clark   )    on the Role and Organization oh Senate,
as amended, be adopted.
Carried
Proposal for a new Committee
Mr. Munton  )    That the CommiXXee on the Role and
Mr. Williams )    Organization oh Senate be requested
to look into the question oh
establisiiing a standing committee
on Academic Rehorm.
It was suggested that the committees were inclined to take a
passive role in reviewing proposals that came before them. The
suggestion was that this proposed Academic Reform Committee should
initiate proposals for curriculum and other changes.  It was reported
that this was being done at other Universities, particularly in the
United States of America. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3928
Reports of Senate Committees
Proposal for a new Committee  (Continued)
It was suggested that this was already included in the terms
of reference of the Agenda Committee. However, the motion was
carried.
Committee on Professors Emeriti
The Committee had recommended that the following be granted
emeritus status as indicated:
Mrs. Grace D. Bredin
Associate Professor Emerita of Education
Mr. E. B. Broome
Professor Emeritus of Education
Dr. Joyce Hallamore
Professor Emerita of German
Dr. H. L. Stein
Professor Emeritus of Education
Dr. T. M. C Taylor
Professor Emeritus of Botany
The emeritus rank to become effective July 1, 1968, following
acceptance by the candidates of their proposed appointments.
Dean Curtis  )   That Senate conher emeritus status
Dean Scarfe  )   as recommended by the Committee on
Prohessors EmeriXi.
Carried
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Scarfe     ) That the new awards and changes in
Dean Gardner   ) awards shown in Appendix A, bz accepted,
subject to the approval oh the Board
oh Governors, and that letters oh thanks
be sent to the donors, and that Scholarship
List No.1 be ratihied.
Carried Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3929
President's Committee on Food Sciences
At the Senate Meeting of December 14, 1966 (Pages 3683-86) the New
Programmes Committee reported to Senate on recommendations from the
Faculty of Agriculture for a Department of Food Sciences in the Faculty
of Agriculture.  Senate requested that a President's Committee be formed
to enquire into the establishment of such a department within the Faculty
of Agriculture and to take into consideration the interdisciplinary
nature of such a move.
The President's Committee made the following recommendations:
1. That Senate approve the establishment of a Department of
Food Sciences within the Faculty of Agriculture.
2. That the Dean of Agriculture be authorized to proceed with the
appointment of a Head for such a Department as soon as the
position can be made available.
3. That the new Head in consultation with the Dean and his
academic colleagues, bring to Senate recommendations concerning
the policy of the new Department.
Dean okulitch )   That a department oh Food Sciences bz
Dr. Finn     )   established in tie Faculty oh
Agriculture as recommended, by the
President's Committee on Food Sciences.
Carried
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Agriculture
Proposal to change the name of the Faculty to "Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences".
Dean Shaw   ) That the name oh the Faculty oh
Dean okulitch) Agriculture be changed to the
"Faculty oh Agricultural Sciences". Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3930
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Agriculture
Proposal to change the name of the Faculty to "Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences".  (Continued)
Dean Shaw explained briefly how much scientific activity
was going on in the Faculty and that there was a widespread
trend toward changing the names of Agricultural Faculties in
this way.
The motion was carried.
Proposal to change the designation of the degree B.S.A.
to B.Sc. (Agr.)
The Faculty had explained their reasons for this change,
the three main reasons being:
1. consistency of terminology with other Agriculture
degrees - the description B.Sc. (Agr.) is widely used in
Great Britain, and is already used in Canada by Macdonald
College, the University of Guelph and the University of
Alberta;
2. image,
3. identification.
Dean Shaw    ) That the name oh tiie degree Bachelor oh
Dean okulitch ) Science in Agriculture not be changed
but that tiiz designation bz changed
hrom  B.S.A. to B.Sc.   [Agr.].
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science
Proposal for a Diploma in Administration for Engineers
The Dean explained that candidates would hold Engineering
Degrees or equivalent. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3931
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
Proposal for a Diploma in Administration
for Engineers  (Continued)
Dean Armstrong ) That the diploma in Administration
Mr. Brousson  ) hotl Engineers be approved as
recommended by the Faculty oh
Applied Science, and be instituted
in September 196%.
Carried
Faculty Membership
The Faculty of Applied Science recommended that the
Administrator, Continuing Education for Engineers, Dr. Geoffrey
T. Matthews, be made a member of the Faculty of Applied Science.
This report was received for information.
School of Architecture
(a) Revision of Course Material under the following headings:
(i)    Architectural History, Philosophy and Theory
(ii)   Architectural Design and Experiment
(iii)  Architectural Science and Technology
(b) Deletion of the course Applied Science 270 (Strength of
Materials) with incorporation of pertinent material into the
Science and Technology studies in the First Year.
Dean Armstrong briefly explained the proposals.
Mr. Bowers ) That the proposal hor an extensive
Dr. Webber ) revision oh course material under the
above headings and minor revisions in
course material oh the First Sear be
approved, subject to no objections
being raised by members oh Senate to
the Curriculum Committee by June 15,
196% and subject to the approval oh
the Curju.culum Committee.
Carried Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3932
Proposals from the Faculties  (Continued)
Faculty of Arts
(i) New Courses and Course Changes
The following new courses and course changes were recommended:
English  491 - unit value increased from (1) to (3)
492 - unit value increased from (2) to (3)
German   New course - Germanic Studies 201 (3)
German Literature in Translation
German 408 deleted
History  New course - 434 (3) History of Southeast Asia
since 1800
Music    New course - 328 (3) Introduction to Ethnomusicology
Religious Studies New course - 308 (3) Religious Thought
of Judaism
It was agreed that the above new courses and course
changes be approved subject to no objections being raised by
members of Senate to the Curriculum Committee by June 15, 1968
and subject to the approval of the Curriculum Committee,
(ii) Proposal to offer an Arts II Programme in the 1968-69 Session
Dr. Ian Ross had been invited to speak to the proposal.
He explained that there would be about 20 students under one
professor who would call in specialist lecturers from other
areas.  He cleared some of the doubts raised by the New
Programmes Committee's Report.
Dr. Gibson )    Tliat the New Arts 11 programme be
Mr.  opechowski )    approved only hor the 7965-69 academic
year; that it be evaluated by the
Committee established to evaluate
the New Arts 1 programme, and that it
be brought behore a Senate Committee
hor thorough study well behore the
end oh the 7968-69 academic year. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3933
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Arts
(ii) Proposal to offer an Arts II Programme in the 1968-69 Session
(Continued)
In answer to a question as to how the students were
selected for the New Arts II programme, Dr. Ross explained
that in addition to other requirements they had to have taken
the New Arts I programme.
The motion was then carried.
At its meeting of May 24, 1967, Senate agreed to a
proposal from the Faculty of Arts to alter the requirement of
English 200 for the B.A. degree.  The Faculty now submitted a list
of courses to be taken as alternatives to English 200 for the
information of Senate.
Faculty of Commerce
New Course - Commerce 317 (1*5) Management Data Processing
Approval was given to the above new course subject to no
objections being raised by members of Senate to the Curriculum
Committee of Senate by June 15, and subject to the approval of the
Curriculum Committee.
Faculty of Dentistry
(i)  Curriculum proposal for a First Year D.M.D. course representing
the introduction of an orientation course Preclinical Sessions
(Interdepartmental Requirements 400) , similar to that given to
medical students to acquaint the students with children. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3934
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Dentistry  (Continued)
(i)  Dean Leung explained that this was a non-credit course and
Senate agreed to the proposal,
(ii) Second-Year Dental Hygiene Programme - Curriculum and Courses
This matter was referred to the Curriculum Committee for a
report at the next meeting of Senate.
Faculty of Education
Senate approved the recommendation of the Faculty of Education
that a new course Education 482 (1*5) Introduction to Statistics in
Educational Research be offered as an alternative to the present
course Education 482 which is renumbered 483 (1*5) Educational
Statistics.
Faculty of Forestry
Change in Regulations governing the B.S.F. Thesis
Senate agreed to the following proposal after a brief
explanation by Dean Gardner:
Students who do not complete Forestry 499, B.S.F. Thesis,
in their fourth year must complete the thesis within a
year, in time for graduation the following spring.  Students
who do not complete their thesis within the specified period
of time must formally re-register in the B.S.F. programme
in a subsequent session and must spend at least one term
in residence, in order to complete the thesis.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
(i)  Details of proposal to offer a Ph.D. degree in Business
Administration
It was pointed out that the original proposal was approved
in principle by Senate in May, 1964. vcuucGiuajr ,   na;    **. ,    a^ww.
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
(i) Details of proposal to offer a Ph.D. degree in Business
Administration  (Continued)
Dean Cowan   )   That the Ph.V. programme in Business
Mr. Miller   )   Administration in the <$Xe£d<s oh Finance,
Marketing and Organizational Behaviour
be approved.
3935
Carried
(11) Proposal to offer a Ph.D.  programme in Pharmacy
The New Programmes Committee reported that it had decided
not to make any recommendation to Senate pending further
investigation and discussion with the Faculty of Pharmacy.
(iii) New Courses and Course Changes
Dean Cowan    )    That the hollowing new courses and
Dr. Hall       )    course changes be approved by Senate
subject to no objections being raised
by members oh Senate to the Curriculum
Committee by June 15, and subject to
the approval oh the Curriculum Committee-
500 - title, description and unit value changed
505 - description changed
Biochemistry
Biology
New:
509 (3) Advanced Biometrics
Commerce
New:
583
(1%)
593
(1%)
625
<1W
626
(1%)
628
ah)
660
(l*s)
661
ah)
662
(Us)
671
(3)
672
(Us)
Advanced Statistics
Seminar in Research Methodology
(of Business Administration)
Seminar in Organizational Behaviour
Seminar in Manpower Management
Organizational Behaviour Research
Seminar
Research Seminar in Marketing
Seminar in Marketing Systems
Seminar in Buyer Behaviour
Advanced Topics in Finance
Research Seminar in Finance Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3936
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
(iii) New Courses and Course Changes  (Continued)
Geology
New: 558 (2-3)  Theory of Ore Search
German
New:        517 (l*s) Renaissance Studies
518 (l*s) Studies in The Baroque
519 (1*5) "Sturm and Drang"
520 (1*5) Nineteenth-Century Naturalism
Changes:     501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 508, 509,
510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516.  (Changes
in unit value)
Deletions:   408 and 507 (replaced by 517 and 518)
Carried
Faculty of Law
Recommendation concerning Faculty Membership
Dean Curtis ) That the proposal oh the Faculty oh Law
Mr. Williams) to add tie hollowing six categories oh
mzmbersliip to thzir Faculty undzr itzm
{iii)  oh the Senate resolution oh
deczmber 1%,   1963 be approved'.
1. Such persons, not being full-time members of Faculty, who
are teaching all or a substantial part of a course and who
shall be approved each year by the Faculty.
2. Two judges, either from the Court of Appeal or the Supreme
Court of the Province of British Columbia, invited by the
Faculty to serve as members of Faculty for a term not
exceeding two years.
3. Two Benchers nominated by the Benchers of the Law Society of
British Columbia.
4. The Secretary of the Law Society of British Columbia, ex
officio. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3937
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Law
Recommendation concerning Faculty Membership  (Continued)
5. The Law Librarian, ex officio.
6. The Director of Continuing Legal Education.
A question concerning Faculty membership of persons
from outside the University was raised and it was explained
that the Law Society of British Columbia shared with the
University the responsibility of providing for the education
of prospective lawyers.
The motion was then carried.
Faculty of Medicine
Dean McCreary ) That tie laboratory portion oh Biochemistry
Dean okulitch ) 410 be 0f$ fueled as a separate course
Biochemistry 411   (I  1/2)  Biocliemistry
Laboratory.
Carried
Dean McCreary )   That tie new course Pharmacology 410
Dean okulitch )    (11/2)  Biological EhhzcXs oh Chemicals
and drugs be  o^eaed.
Carried
School of Nursing
Proposal for minor changes in the several programmes. The
major change is the replacement of Nursing 155 (4) Anatomy and
Physiology by Zoology 303 (3) Vertebrate Physiology and a new
course Nursing 154 (1) Human Anatomy Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
Proposals from the Faculties
School of Nursing  (Continued)
Dean Armstrong )
Mr. Miller    )
That the course and curriculum
proposals  j$Acm the School oh
Nursing be approved.
Details of the course changes are as follows:
New Courses:
3938
Carried
Nursing 154 (1)  Human Anatomy
Nursing 158 (1)  Nursing Laboratory
Changes:
Nursing 340  -
Nursing 343 -
unit value reduced from 4 to 3
unit value reduced from 6 to 4
School of Rehabilitation Medicine
Proposal to give the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Rehabilitation Medicine following only one year of study
under certain circumstances
Senate referred this item to the New Programmes Committee
for a report at the next meeting of Senate.
Faculty of Science
Course Proposals
Biochemistry
Change:
410   Laboratory portion split off to form:
410 (3) Principles of Biochemistry
411 (1*5) Biochemistry Laboratory
Biology
Changes:
400
renumbered 300
401
renumbered 301 - title and description
changed
Chemistry
New:
431
(3)Developments in Contemporary Chemistry
(Summer Session course) Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3939
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Science
Course Proposals  (Continued)
Physics
Changes:
103 renumbered 130
110 description changed
120 description changed
Courses acceptable from other Faculties
Add
Commerce 459 (3) Introduction to Accounting (For non-
Commerce students)
Proposal concerning Low Standing in Second-Year Courses
Students who obtain 50% in a Second Year course will not be
allowed to take a Third Year course in that same department
which has the Second Year course as a prerequisite.
Students who are given a grade of 50% may write the supplemental
examination for higher standing.
Dean okulitch) That the proposals h^°m t^z Faculty
Dean McCreary) oh Scizncz OS set out above be
approved.
Carried
Department of University Extension
Extra-Sessional courses during the Session 1968-69 in Arts
Science and Education
Anthropology 200
Asian Studies 410
Asian Studies 422
Economics 200
Economics 300
English 200
English 303
English 309
English 311
English 331
English 340
English 355
Introduction to Anthropology
History of India Since 1526
Modern Japan Since 1868
Principles of Economics
Intermediate Economic Analysis
Literature and Composition
English Composition
Modern English and Its Background
Children's Literature
The Drama to 1642
The English Novel
Chaucer Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3940
Proposals from the Faculties
Department of University Extension
Extra-Sessional courses during the Session 1968-69 in Arts,
Science and Education  (Continued)
English 365
English 440
English 451
Fine Arts 228
Fine Arts 425
French 110
French 210
French 302
French 400
Geography 101
Geography 102
German 200
History 202
History 410
History 422
History 426
History 432
Home Economics 220
Home Economics 420
Italian 100
Linguistics 300
Mathematics 202
Mathematics 307
Mathematics 410
Microbiology 200
Philosophy 100
Philosophy 317
Political
Science 201
Political
Science 203
Shakespeare
Canadian Literature
American Poetry
Fundamentals of Design
History of Modern Art
First Year French
Second Year French
Studies in French Language and Style
A Survey of French Literature
Introduction to Physical Geography
Introduction to Human Geography
Second Year German
History of Canada
History of India since 1526
Modern Japan
Canada After 1867
Diplomacy of the Great Powers After 1939
Design Fundamentals
Elements of Housing Design
First Year Italian
General Linguistics
Calculus
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
Introductory Microbiology
Introduction to Philosophy
Philosophy of Religion
Foreign Governments
Theories and Methods of Political Science Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3941
Proposals from the Faculties
Department of University Extension
Extra-Sessional courses during the Session 1968-69 in Arts,
Science and Education  (Continued)
Psychology 100
Psychology 308
Psychology 400
Psychology 405
Psychology 406
Introductory Psychology
Social Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Social Learning
Physiological Psychology
Religious Studies 200 Introduction to Religious Studies
Russian 100
Russian 200
Sociology 200
Sociology 315
Sociology 421
Spanish 100
Spanish 200
Theatre 301
Education 305
Education 305
Education 308
Education 309
Education 331
Education 331
Education 332
Education 333
Education 333
Education 430
Education 472-3
Education 472-3
Education 475-6
Education 307
Education 309
Education 400
Basic Russian
Second Year Russian
Introduction to Sociology
Social Stratification
Political Sociology
First Year Spanish
Second Year Spanish
Children's Theatre
Art Education (Langley)
Art Education (Kamloops)
Physical Education (Chilliwack)
General Science for Elementary School
Teachers (Williams Lake)
Human Development (Fort St.John)
Human Development (Kamloops)
Psychology of Adolsescence (Abbotsford)
Curriculum and Instruction for Young
Children (Surrey)
Curriculum and Instruction for Young
Children (Duncan)
History of Education (Haney)
Developmental Reading (Cranbrook)
Developmental Reading (Prince George)
Remedial Reading (Delta)
Music Education
General Science for Elementary School
Teachers (3 sections)
Philosophy of Education Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3942
Proposals from the Faculties
Department of University Extension
Extra-Sessional courses during the Session 1968-69 in Arts,
Science and Education  (Continued)
Education 407       Introduction to the Study of Exceptional
Children
Education 460       Introduction to Educational Administration
Education 470       Education Sociology
Education 472-3     Developmental Reading
Fine Arts 303, 403
413 (Combined)       Fine Arts Education (Ceramics and
Modelling)
Education 508       Review of Research in Methods of
teaching specific school subjects.
Dean Scarfe )    That the extra-sessional courses hor
Dean Healy    )     l96%-69 bz dieted OS rzcommzndzd by
thz department oh University Extension.
Carried
Service for admission to College and University - commonly
abbreviated SACU
A copy of a letter dated March 18, 1968 from the British Columbia
Teachers' Federation to the Acting President of the University of
British Columbia giving their views on SACU had been circulated to
members of Senate.
It was explained that SACU was the equivalent of the College
Entrance Examination Board in the United States of America.  SACU was
incorporated in 1966 as a non-profit nationwide organization with colleges
and universities, Education Departments of the ten provinces, and other
national bodies interested in education as members.  The general purpose
of the Service was to provide assistance, co-ordination and research to
facilitate the transition of students from the secondary to the tertiary Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3943
Service for admission to College and University - commonly
abbreviated SACU (Continued)
level of education and to help meet the growth and changes in higher
education. The service was developing scholastic aptitude and mother-
tongue achievement tests in English and French, to be administered for
the first time in January 1969. A battery of achievement tests
(individual tests in Chemistry, English as a working language, English
as a second language, and similarly with French; Mathematics, Physics,
Social Sciences, i.e. History and Geography would be available in 1970
or 1971.
It was explained that the University could not make use of the tests
in the immediate future and that the Department of Education would be
involved in any consideration of the use of the tests.  However, it was
explained that the University was committed to support the Service
financially, at least until 1970.
It was pointed out that although the B.C.T.F. in their letter of
March 18, 1968 had recommended that the University withdraw its support
of SACU, they were really only objecting to one of the purposes of SACU.
The Committee on Honorary Degrees
The Chairman of the Honorary Degrees Committee, Dean J. F. McCreary,
reported that since Senate had decided to confer an honorary degree on
Mr. P. A. Woodward, his health had deteriorated considerably, and it was
unlikely that he would be well enough to attend the ceremony.  The Dean
requested Senate's permission for arrangements to be made for Mr.
Woodward to receive his degree in whatever manner his health would permit. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3944
The Committee on Honorary Degrees  (Continued)
Dean McCreary )   That Sznatz agrzz to Mr.   P.  A.  Woodward
Dr. Gibson   )   rzcziving his honorary dzgrzz in whatever
manner his health will permit, including
in absentia, ih necessary.
Carried
First-Year Students - investigation into final standing
At the previous meeting of Senate Dr. Gibson had given notice of
the following motion:
"That the Senate Committee on Admissions together with the
Office of Student Services investigate the final standing
of all First-Year students registered at the University in
the session 1967-68 and, in particular, the failure rates
for those who entered with overall averages of 60 - 65%, and
with overall averages of 65% and above; further, that the
Committee determine the effectiveness in predicting success
or failure of the compulsory counselling tests for students
in each of these categories who failed; and that the
Committee report on these matters as early as possible in
the Fall."
Dr. Gibson explained that in the past students with less than 65%
on entry did not do well in First Year.  Curriculum changes had been
made in matriculation courses and the group in First Year this past
Winter was the first to come through the new secondary school curriculum.
He urged that a study now be made of the effectiveness of our admission
standards.
Dr. Belshaw )    That the results oh the investigation
Dean Curtis )    contained in dr. Gibson's resolution be
gathered together and brought to Senate
as early as possiblz in thz Fall.
It was suggested that because of adjustments being made in the
curriculum of both secondary schools and the University, it would be
some years before a reliable assessment could be made.
The motion was then carried. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3945
Candidates for Degrees - Congregation 1968
Lists of candidates for degrees to be awarded at the Spring
Congregation 1968 were circulated at the meeting.
Dean Cowan  )     That thz candidates  hotl degrees  as
Dean Shaw   )    approved by the Faculties be granted
the degrees hor which they were
recommended, and that the Registrar,
in consultation with the deans
concerned and the Chairman oh Senate
make any necessary adjustments.
Carried
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
The Chairman mentioned that the winner of the Governor General's
Gold Medal for the top graduating student in the Faculties of Arts and
Science this year was Mr. John Robert Anderson who had achieved an
average of 98% in his Fourth Year of the B.A. programme.  Mr. Anderson
had taken the Honours programme in Psychology.
Mr. Larsen    ) That the medals, prizes, scliolarships
Mr. Miller    ) and heXlowships be awarded as
recommended on List No.  1.
Carried
Other Business
Dean Okulitch thanked Dean Gage on behalf of Senate for the manner
in which he had handled the task of Chairman during his term as Acting
President.
Dean Gage thanked Dean Okulitch and the Senate for their co-operation
which he had much appreciated and which he trusted they would show the
new President, Dr. Hare. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3946
Other Business
Dean Gage made a short farewell address to Dean Healy, thanking him
for the very fine work he had done as Dean of Arts and wishing him every
success in his new post as Vice-President of York University.
Dr. Hall explained that the Department of Education had set up a
Committee of representatives from each university under Dr. Perry and
as President of the Faculty Association he had approached the Minister
of Education on the terms of reference of the Committee. He understood
that the terms of reference went far beyond the problem of university
finance and the term "Mini Royal Commission" was used.
He urged that Senate should request the Minister to consider asking
the Senate of each university in the Province to name a nominee to sit
on the committee or to give assurance that when this committee approached
academic questions there would be some vehicle by which the Senates of
the three Universities could become involved in the discussions.
Dr. Hall  )      That Senatz request clarihication on thz
Dean Cowan )      tzrms oh reherence oh thz Committee set up
by thz department oh Education under
dr. Perry and suggest to thz Minister
respecthully that in academic matters
iX would  be appropriatz to havz
specihic representatives h^om the
Senates oh each oh the three Provincial
Univzrsities on tliis Committzz.
Carried Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3947
The meeting adjourned at 10.55 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 11, 1968.
(     J   Secretary
Confirmed,
Q)<&*^ tt&ys^-
Chairman Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3948
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards
The E.E.N.T. Section, B.C. Medical Association, Scholarship
A scholarship of $225, gift of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Section,
B.C. Medical Association, is offered annually to the Final Year student
who, during his academic years, has attained the best aggregate standing in the Department of Surgery, sub-specialty of Oto-Ophthalmology.
The British Columbia Psychological Association Gold Medal in Psychology
This gold medal, gift of the British Columbia Psychological Association,
is offered for outstanding achievement in the study of Psychology.  It
will be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Psychology
to a student in the graduating class.
The Edna Baxter Memorial Fund
An annual prize of approximately $75, established as a memorial to Edna
Baxter by her friends and colleagues, serves as a tribute to her
devoted work as a teacher. This prize will be awarded to a full-time
undergraduate in the Faculty of Education who achieves distinction in
English 311 (Children's Literature).
The Edgar C Black Memorial Prize in Honours Physiology
This prize of $50 in memory of Dr. Edgar C Black, first member of the
Department of Physiology at this University, has been provided by
contributions from his friends and colleagues.  It will be awarded
annually to the outstanding student in the graduating class in Honours
Physiology.
Chadwick, Potts and Company Scholarship
A scholarship of $100, the gift of Chadwick, Potts and Company Chartered
Accountants, will be awarded annually to a student with high standing in
the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration who is proceeding
to a further year of study in the Faculty and who has a particular
interest in Accounting.  In making the award, consideration will be
given to ability, character and general academic record of the student. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3949
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards  (Continued)
The Clothing and Textiles Scholarship
This scholarship of $100, gift of a graduate of the School of Home
Economics of this University, is offered annually to students entering
the Final Year of the programme leading to the B.H.E. degree.  It will
be awarded to the student selected by the School who has excelled in
the fields of clothing and textiles and who, preferably, has taken or
will take a course or courses in Marketing, such as Commerce 261.
The Josephine Dauphinee - Ella Hathaway Bursaries
Two bursaries of $100 each, the gift of the Board and Members of the
Vancouver Business and Professional Women's Club in honour of
Josephine Dauphinee and Ella Hathaway, are offered to teachers training
specifically in the field of the instruction of retarded children.
The awards will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Education to the Scholarship Committee of the University.
The Walter Gage Scholarship
The Board of Governors has authorized the offering of a scholarship in
the sum of $500 to be called the Walter Gage Scholarship to be made
available from University funds for a period of ten years commencing in
the Winter Session 1969-70.  The conditions of the award are to be
determined by Dean Gage with Senate's concurrence but a tentative
proposal is that the award be open to a student in any year or faculty
who demonstrates high qualities of scholarship and character.
Lange Medical Publications Award
Twenty books will be awarded annually by Lange Medical Publications.
A choice of four books will be awarded to each of the two graduating
students selected for excellence in their studies.  A choice of any two
publications will also be given to two outstanding students from each
of the First, Second and Third Years of the medical course.  Names of
the winners will be announced at the end of the session. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3950
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards  (Continued)
The Gladys Ledingham Award
A cash award of $75, gift of the Victoria and District Parent-Teacher
Council, is offered to students who have graduated from the University
of Victoria, the University of British Columbia, or Simon Fraser
University.  It will be awarded to a student selected by the School of
Librarianship, University of British Columbia, who has been accepted
for the Bachelor of Library Science degree.  The winner will be
selected by the School of Librarianship on the basis of need and
scholastic ability.  Application should be made on the University
Bursary form by July 15.
The Hugo E. Meilicke Memorial Fund
This fund was established by the late Hugo E. Meilicke who, for many
years, gave distinguished service to the community through his business
associations and through active participation in organizations such as
the Kiwanis Club, the Salvation Army, the Vancouver Foundation, the
Crippled Children's Hospital, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and the
Vancouver Symphony Society.  The annual income provides scholarships in
various fields, such as Agriculture, Political Science, Commerce, Fine
Arts, and Music. The awards will be made on the recommendation of the
Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries.
The Margaret Merrell Memorial Scholarship
As a memorial to Margaret Merrell, and in tribute to the affectionate
esteem in which she was held by all who knew her, this scholarship has
been established by her husband, Dr. J. H. Merrell.  In the amount of
$100 annually, it will be awarded by the University to a student in
the Dental Hygiene programme.  In selecting the winner consideration
will be given to academic standing, personal qualities, character, and
need.
The Robert Lome Stanfield Book Prize in Political Science
A book prize of the value of $65 annually will be awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of Political Science to a student
with an outstanding record in this field of study.  This award was
provided by individual donors on the occasion of Mr. Stanfield's first
official visit to British Columbia as Leader of the Opposition. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3951
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
New Awards  (Continued)
The R. M. Thompson Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship from the proceeds of a fund established in memory of the
late Robert Mitchell Thompson, Professor of Geology at the University
of British Columbia, will be awarded to an undergraduate pursuing a
geological programme in the Faculties of Science or Applied Science.
The award, valued at approximately $250, will be made on the basis of
academic ability, personal qualities and participation in such student
activities as those of the G. M. Dawson Club. The recipient will be
chosen by the Department of Geology.  If, in the opinion of the
Department, no appropriate candidate is available, the scholarship will
not be awarded.
Thorne, Gunn, Helliwell and Christenson Scholarship
A scholarship of $200, the gift of Thorne, Gunn, Helliwell and
Christenson, Chartered Accountants, will be awarded annually to a student
with high standing in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
who is proceeding to a further year of study in the Faculty and who has
a particular interest in Accounting.  In making the award, consideration
will be given to ability, character and general academic record of the
student.
The Daniel M. Young Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Daniel M. Young (B.A., 1952), who tragically lost his life
in December, 1967, the Friends of the University of British Columbia
Incorporated, in co-operation with his wife, have established a
scholarship of $500 to be awarded in the Fall of 1968.  This scholarship
will be awarded to a student whose home is in the United States and who
is beginning or continuing studies at the University of British Columbia.
The award will be made on the basis of personal qualities and academic
standing.
Changes in Awards
Agriculture Women's Undergraduate Society Bursary
Increased from $75 to $100 annually. Wednesday, May 22, 1968.
3952
Summary of New Awards and Changes
in Awards Recommended to Senate
Changes in Awards  (Continued)
American Smelting and Refining Co.
A second scholarship of $500 has been provided plus a grant to the
Department of $500 for students in Mining or Geology.
Native Daughters of British Columbia Scholarship
Increased from $150 to $200.
North Fraser Harbour Commissioners Scholarship
Increased from $500 to $750.

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