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 6213.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
The Second regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Wednesday, October 9, 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, Dr.  L. L. Bongie,  Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr.  D. C. Brown,
Mr. R. M. Buzza, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. C. J. Connaghan,
Dr. N. Epstein, Mrs. F. Field, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M.
Friedman, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dean N. A. Hall, Dr. D. F.
Hardwick, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Mr. A. J. Hilliker, Dr. J. M. Houston, Dr. B.
Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dr. D.J.
MacDougall, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. R. E. McConnell, Dr. C. A. McDowell,
Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Ms. C. M. Moriarty, Dr. D. D. Munro, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. G. V.
Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul, Mr. G. J. Peet, Dr.  R. A. Restrepo, Dr. G.
Rosenbluth, Dr. I. S. Ross, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw, Ms. S. H. M.
Smaill, Mr. A. M. Smolensky, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Dr. J. K. Stager, Dr. J. R.
Stein, Dr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Dr. M.
Uprichard, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dr.  R. L. White, Acting Dean R. M. Will,
Ms.  K. P. Young.
Observers:    Mr. J. A. Banham, Dr.  B. N. Moyls
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. T. H. Brown, Dean I. McT,
Cowan, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. C. G. David, Rev. R. W. Finn, Dr. C. V.
Finnegan, Dean J . A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Mr.  I. F. Greenwood,
Dr. F. R. C Johnstone, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Dr. L. Kraintz,
DeanS. W. Leung, Dean B. E.  Riedel, Mrs.  L. Sayle, Mr. B. B. Trevino,
Dean G. M. Volkoff, Mr. D. R. Williams. 6214.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
The Chairman stated that Dr. D. T. Kenny, President-designate,
had been granted leave-of-absence as Dean of Arts.   He welcomed to
Senate Dr. R. M. Will who had been appointed Acting Dean of Arts.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick    ) That the Minutes of the First regular
Ms. Smaill ) meeting of Senate for the Session
1974-75 having been circulated, be
taken as read and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from  the Minutes
Division of International   Business Studies    (P .6164-5 and P. 6192)
At the April 24, 1974 meeting of Senate concern had been expressed
at the development of the Division of International Business Studies in
the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
Dean Hall had agreed to submit a report to Senate in order to allay
any feeling that the Faculty had not followed normal University procedures
in establishing this Division.
It was stated in the report that the Faculty had offered courses in
international finance, international marketing and international business
management for some years.   All course offerings had been formally
approved by Senate after appropriate discussion with other Faculties
that may have had an interest in this area of study.    In 1970, the Faculty
established an International Business Studies Committee as an internal 6215.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Business arising from the Minutes
Division of International  Business Studies   (continued)
mechanism for co-ordinating teaching and research efforts and to advise
students interested in pursuing studies in this area.
In addition to graduate seminars undergraduate courses had been
offered for some years in International Marketing, International Business
Management and International Financial Institutions Research.
In 1973 the Faculty was invited by the Federal Department of Industry,
Trade and Commerce to apply for funds to assist in the development of
international business studies, associated research and student scholarships.
During the summer and fall of 1973, the proposed funding was discussed
in detail with the President, the Deputy Presidents, the Dean of Graduate
Studies, the Dean of Applied Science, and the University Research Grants
Committee.    It was agreed that since the proposed funding involved further
development in areas of teaching and research already approved by Senate
the matter was not subject to further Senate approval.   Any new course
proposals would be submitted through the normal curriculum channels.
It was felt that some of the concern expressed in Senate may have
arisen over the use of the "Division" designation.   It was stated that
within the Faculty there were a number of "Divisions" and that these
were not comparable to Departments in other Faculties since they were
not budget centres.   Divisional designation by functional area was simply 6216.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Business arising from  the Minutes
Division of International  Business Studies    (continued)
a way of creating a focal point around which faculty members with similar
interests could be grouped.   The establishment of a Division had always
been a matter of internal determination and not subject to Senate approval.
From  the  Board  of Governors
Notification of approval   in  principle of Senate  recommendations - subject,
where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of the
President;  and that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be
asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of such new programs.
(i)        New courses and course changes in Agricultural Economics
recommended by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.    (P. 6207)
(ii) New courses and course changes in English, Hispanic and Italian
Studies, Home Economics, Psychology and Theatre recommended
by the Faculty of Arts.    (P. 6208)
(iii)     Diploma in Art History recommended by the Faculty of Arts.
(P. 6193-4)
(iv) Change in title and description of Commerce 369 recommended by
the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.    (P. 6195)
(v)       New courses, course changes, new programs and program changes
recommended by the Faculty of Science.   (P. 6209-6212)
(vi) Revision of the Criminology Certificate Program recommended by
the Centre for Continuing Education.    (P. 6196-7)
Committee on Prizes,   Scholarships and Bursaries
Dr . McGregor   ) That the new awards listed in the
Mr. Osborne      ) Appendix be accepted subject to the
approval of the Board of Governors,
and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Carried 6217.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating  Committee
Committee on  Diplomas  and  Certificates
Dr. Bourne presented the report.   At its meeting of
September 12, 1974 Senate agreed that a committee be established
to examine the principles of granting diplomas and certificates.
The following membership had been recommended by
the committee: -
Dr. C. A. Brockley
Dr. C. G. David
Dr. T. D. Heaver
Dr. R. E. McConnell
Dr. D.J. McDougall
Mr. G. A. Thorn
+ 1 student
Dr. Bourne explained that the student member would be
added when the results of the elections for new student senators
were known.
Dr. Bourne       ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. Hardwick   ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Ms. Moriarty     ) That a further student be added to
Mr. Funt ) the membership of the Committee on
Diplomas and Certificates.
There was some discussion concerning the size of Senate
committees.   The opinion was expressed that it should be left to 6218.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating  Committee
Committee on  Diplomas and Certificates   (continued)
the Nominating Committee to determine the size of committees and
that it should not be necessary for additional nominations to be made
on the floor of Senate.
After some discussion it was agreed that the Nominating
Committee should discuss the problem and report back to Senate.
The motion was put and carried.
Replacements on Senate Committees
The committee made the following recommendations:
Agenda
Dr. A. D. Scott -    replacing Deputy PresidentW. M. Armstrong
Library
Dean E. M. Fulton     -    replacing Deputy PresidentW. M. Armstrong
Extracurricular Activities
Dean E. M. Fulton     -     replacing Dr. J. D. Dennison
Dr. T. D. Heaver      -    replacing Mr. P. S. Plant
+ 1 student
Dr. Bourne    ) That the recommendations of the
Mrs. Field      ) Nomating Committee be approved.
Carried 6219.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
Role and  Organization of Senate
Dr. Bourne explained that the committee had presented its
report to Senate in February but that the question of establishing
a Budget Committee had been referred back to the committee for
further study.   Since the new Universities Act provides for the
establishment of such a committee Dr. Bourne recommended that
the Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate be discharged.
Dr. Bourne    ) That the Committee on the Role and
Dr. Cavers    ) Organization of Senate be discharged.
Carried
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act
Dean McClean presented the report which dealt with regulations for
the election of a new Board of Governors, the election of convocation
members to Senate and the election of a Chancellor.   Dean McClean
emphasized that the recommendations of the committee were intended
to apply to the initial elections only and could be changed for future
elections if Senate so wished.
The following extract from the report shows the composition of the
Board of Governors, eligibility for election and voting, procedures for the
elections and also recommendations concerning the election of convocation
members of Senate: - 6220.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act   (continued)
Board of Governors
1. Composition   (Section 20 Universities Act)
(a) The Chancellor
(b) The President
(c) Two faculty members elected by the faculty members
(d) Eight persons appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council, two of whom shall be appointed from among
persons nominated by the Alumni Association
(e) Two students elected by and from the Student Association
(f) One person elected by and from the full-time employees
of the university who are not faculty members.
2. Eligibility for  election and voting
(i)       A faculty member is defined in Section 1 of the Act as
follows:    "faculty member means a person employed on
a full-time basis by the university who has, for four
months or longer, served as an instructor, lecturer,
assistant professor, associate professor, professor, or
in an equivalent position designated by the senate."
The Committee recommends that this be interpreted to
include Full-time Sessional Lecturers.
(ii)      Student Association is defined as follows in Section 1
of the Act:    '"Student Association' means all full-time
students who are members of the alma mater society or
the graduate student society of a university".
The Committee recommends that full-time students be
interpreted as:   undergraduates taking at least twelve
units (or the equivalent) of courses; all doctoral students,
and all other graduate students taking at least six units. 6221.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the Implementation of the Universities Act
Board of Governors
2. Eligibility for election and voting    (continued)
(iii)    There is no definition in the Act of full-time employees
who are not faculty members.
The Committee recommends that full-time employees of the
University who are not faculty members be interpreted as
those, and only those employees whose salaries are under
the jurisdiction of the director of personnel, and non-faculty
administrative executive staff who hold Board appointments,
provided the terms of their appointments imply continuing
employment at the University.
3. Procedures for the elections
(i)        The Registrar shall conduct the elections
(ii)      Each candidate shall be nominated in writing, the
nomination to be signed by seven persons entitled to
vote in the election of the Board of Governors and by
the nominee indicating willingness to run for election,
and the nomination sent to the Registrar
(iii)     Each nominee shall be requested to supply a brief
curriculum vitae and permitted to include a further
statement up to 150 words which will be circulated
with the ballot papers
(iv)     The elections shall be conducted:
(a) by mail ballot to campus addresses for faculty
and staff elections
(b) by ballot boxes on campus for the election of
students
(v)      The election schedule shall be as follows: 6222.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act
Board of Governors
3. Procedures for the elections
(v)       (continued)
Faculty membership
call for nominations, Tuesday, October 15, 1974
closing date for nominations, 12:00 noon, Friday,
November 1,  1974
election date, Friday, November 29, 1974
Student membership
call for nominations, Wednesday, October 23, 1974
closing date for nominations, Wednesday,
November 6, 1974
election dates, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
December 4, 5, 6, 1974
Non-faculty full-time employees
call for nominations, Monday, October 28,  1974
closing date for nominations, Tuesday,
November 12, 1974
election date, Tuesday, December 10,  1974
Senate
Elections
(The following recommendation applies only to the election
of convocation members of Senate in view of the urgency
of initiating this election.   The Committee will provide
recommendations later on other categories of candidates.)
1. The Registrar shall conduct the elections 6223.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act
Senate
Elections    (continued)
2. Each candidate shall be nominated in writing, the
nomination to be signed by three persons entitled to
vote in the election of the Senate and by the nominee
indicating willingness to run for election and the
nomination sent to the Registrar's office.
3. "The registrar shall forthwith send a written notice
of nomination to each person nominated as a candidate
for the office of chancellor and to each person nominated
as a candidate for membership in the senate, with a
request that the candidate forward to the registrar
information respecting his degrees, the dates thereof,
his occupation, offices held by him at a university or
in any other organization, his other professional or
business interests, and his publications."
Universities Act 15   (3)
4. The election of convocation members be scheduled and
regulated as follows:
(i)       that this election include the election of a chancellor;
(ii)      that the notice of election and call for nominations
be made in the copy of UBC Reports which is
distributed about October 30, 1974;
(iii)     that the closing date for nominations for chancellor
and for senate membership be Monday, December 2,
1974;
(iv)     that the election date be Tuesday, February 18, 1975.
5. In the event that after the close of nominations but before
the election date it is found that a nominee for the office
of chancellor could not serve if elected, the registrar be
authorized, if so instructed by the chairman of Senate to
delay the election and issue another call for nominations. 6224.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the  Universities Act
Senate
Elections    (continued)
6. The voting papers be designed to permit machine
tabulation of the election results.
7. The results of the election, in accordance with
Section 17 of the Universities Act be reported to
the Senate at its regular meeting on the evening
of February 19, 1975.
Election of faculty members to the Board of Governors
Referring to item (i) under the section headed "Eligibility
for election and voting" it was explained that the committee's
interpretation for a full-time Faculty member included full-time
Sessional Lecturers.
Dean McClean      )        That the definition of a faculty member.
Dr. Rosenbluth   )       outlined in Section 1 of the Universities
Act, be interpreted to include full-time
Sessional Lecturers.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
It was suggested that faculty members on leave-of-absence
should be eligible to vote in the faculty elections for the Board of
Governors.    Dean McClean stated that this had not been discussed
by the committee. 6225.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the Implementation of the Universities Act
Election of faculty members to the  Board of Governors   (continued)
In order not to delay the elections the Chairman pointed out
that there was nothing in the proposed regulations which ruled out
people on leave who were doing projects approved of by the University.
The only ones in doubt would be those employed elsewhere during their
leave-of-absence.    It was agreed that it be left to the committee to make
a decision on the group employed elsewhere.
Election of student members to the  Board  of Governors
Referring to item  (ii) under the heading "Eligibility for election
and voting" the committee recommended that full-time students be
interpreted as undergraduates taking at least twelve units (or the
equivalent) of courses;  all doctoral students, and all other graduate
students taking at least six units.
Dean McClean      )        That for the purpose of the election
Dr. Rosenbluth   )       full-time students be interpreted as
undergraduates taking at least twelve
units (or the equivalent) of courses;
all doctoral students, and all other
graduate students taking at least six
units.
There was considerable debate concerning the eligibility of
graduate students.    It was suggested that a number of students doing
a three unit thesis would be disenfranchised and that it should be left 6226.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the  Universities Act
Election of student members to the Board of Governors   (continued)
to the Departments to determine which graduate students were full-time.
In amendment:
Ms. Smaill      ) That the interpretation of a full-time
Mr. Hilliker   ) graduate student be determined by
the Departments.
Lost
The Chairman confirmed that these regulations were for this
election only.
The motion was put and carried.
Election of a full-time employee to the  Board of Governors
Dean McClean pointed out that there was no definition in the Act
of full-time employees who were not faculty members, and proposed
that the interpretation recommended under item  (iii) under "Eligibility
for election and voting" be adopted.
Dean McClean    ) That full-time employees of the University
Dr . Clark ) who are not faculty members be interpreted
as those, and only those employees whose
salaries are under the jurisdiction of the
director of personnel, and non-faculty
administrative executive staff who hold
Board appointments, provided the terms
of their appointments imply continuing
employment at the University.
Carried 6227.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act   (continued)
Procedures for the elections to the Board of Governors
Dean McClean   ) That items (i) to (v) under the
Dr.  Ross ) heading "Procedures for the elections"
be approved.
In amendment:
Dr. Scott ) That the words "and permitted to
Dr. Cavers    ) include a further statement up to
150 words which will be circulated
with the ballot papers" be deleted
from item (iii).
Lost
In  amendment:
Miss Paul     ) That item (iv) (b) be amended to read:
Mr. Funt     ) "That elections shall be conducted by
ballot boxes on campus for the election
of students, and that candidates limit
their campaign spending to $75. "
Carried
In amendment:
Ms. Smaill    ) That the dates outlined in item (v)
Mr. Funt       ) under "Student membership" be
changed to one week earlier.
Lost
The motion, as amended, was put and carried
Election of Chancellor and election of Convocation members to Senate
Dean McClean   ) That items 1 to 7 under the heading
Mr. Moore ) "Senate Elections" be approved.
Carried 6228.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
Report of the  Registrar on Summer Session  Registration  1974
The report of the Registrar on Summer Session registration 1974 was
received for information.
Report of the  Registrar on Intersession  1974
The report of the Registrar on Intersession 1974 was received for
information.
Preliminary  Report on  Registration  1974-75
The preliminary report of the Registrar on registration for 1974-75
was received for information.   The total enrolment figure was 21,512.
Motion  by  Professor  A.   M.   Moore
Mr. Moore     ) For the avoidance of doubt. Senate
Dr. Scott       ) reaffirms that:
(a) No degree requirement or requirement
of a program leading to a degree may
be imposed by a faculty, department
or school without the knowledge and
approval of Senate.
(b) With the exceptions of errors in
publication of which Senate is notified
and of requirements approved by
Senate too late to appear in the
Calendar of an academic year, the
degree requirements and requirements
of programs leading to degrees shall
be as stated in the University Calendar.
(c) A newly adopted degree requirement or
requirement of a program leading to a
degree shall have effect with respect to
a student admitted to the program prior
to the adoption of the new requirement
only on the written request of the student. 6229.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Motion by Professor A.   M.   Moore    (continued)
Following a brief discussion it was agreed that the motion be referred
to the Senate Admissions Committee.
Motion by Mr.   G.   S.   Funt re the Bookstore
Mr. Funt     ) That April 1 be established as
Miss Paul    ) a deadline by which time book
requirements must be stipulated
to the Bookstore.
There was considerable debate of this motion. It was pointed out that
many Departments would not be able to issue their book requirements to the
Bookstore by April 1.
Members sympathized with the problems of the students due to the
lack of books but felt that the remedies put forward by Mr. Funt's motions
would not solve the problems.
Mr. Funt agreed to the suggestion that the President discuss the
problems concerning the Bookstore with the Board of Governors.
Other  Business
Notice of motion by Mr.   Hilliker
"That a committee be established to investigate the operation of
the Bookstore, and report back to Senate. " 6230.
Wednesday, October 9, 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 Frederick Moore Clement.
IN MEMORIAM
FREDERICK MOORE CLEMENT
Frederick Moore Clement died June 10,   1974, in his 90th year.    Born
in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the descendant of United Empire Loyalists, he took
degrees in Agriculture at the Ontario Agricultural College and the University
of Wisconsin.    After two years as Lecturer in Horticulture at Macdonald
College and two years as Director of the Vineland Experimental Station, he
came to the University of British Columbia as Professor of Horticulture in
the young Faculty of Agriculture in 1916, to become Dean in 1919.    For thirty
years he led the Faculty, making of it a powerful force in the agricultural
life of the Province.    In the appointment of staff he sought high qualities of
research and teaching and he insisted upon a willingness to participate in
a programme of extension that took the faculty into the Province.    Within
the faculty he constructed a flexible curriculum in which each student had
reasonable choice.    In a five-year programme (1918 to 1923) he was responsible
for 33 courses, many of them short-term, off the campus involving 2555 students. 6231.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
Tributes Committee   (continued)
The Faculty of Agriculture thus became known to the growers and producers
and he was their respected friend.   He served on Royal Commissions to
investigate the problems of marketing and labour-disputes; his reports
became the basis for legislation.   In recognition of his accomplishments
and special interests, he was in 1940 appointed Professor and Head of the
Department of Agricultural Economics.    It is not an exaggeration to state
that he built Agricultural Economics as a subject of advanced study in
Western Canada.   As Dean, he continued to teach and throughout Canada
his former students occupy significant positions.   At his retirement the
University conferred upon him the Honorary Degree D.Sc.     In retirement
he was a frequent visitor to the campus and, when the Department of Extension
celebrated its twenty-fifth year of life Dean Clement was a central figure, for
he had been one of the founders.    In May,  1974, at a gathering that marked
the 60th year of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Dean Clement was a
clear and fascinating speaker.
Without any doubt. Dean Clement was one of the great pioneers of
this University.   He is survived by his widow and two sons, to whom the
University extends its sympathy.
Dr. McGregor    ) That this Memorial Statement be
Dean Finn ) spread on the minutes of Senate
and that a copy be sent to close
relatives.
Carried 6232.
Wednesday, October 9,  1974.
The meeting adjourned at 10.20 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
November 13, 1974.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6233.
Wednesday, October 9, 1974.
APPENDIX
New Awards  Recommended to Senate
Clarkson,   Gordon  & Co.   Scholarship   -   A scholarship in
the amount of $500 will be awarded annually by the firm of
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants, to a student
entering the third year in the accounting option in the Faculty
of Commerce and Business Administration.   The award will
be made on the recommendation of the Dean.
The Federated Co-operatives  Ltd.   Bursary   -   A bursary in
the amount of $375, gift of Federated Co-operatives Ltd., will
be awarded annually to a deserving student who has completed
at least one year of University study.   The award will be made
on the basis of academic standing and financial need.

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