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Array 5172.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
The fifth regular meeting of The Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the session 1969-70 was held on Wednesday, January 14, 1970,
at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present: President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Miss D.
Allen, Dr. C. S. Belshaw, Mr. R. M. Bibbs, Mr. S. Black, Mr. C B. Bourne,
Mrs. A. Brearley, Mr. P. Brock, Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. D. G. Brown,
Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Mr. C. M. Campbell Jr., Dr. S. D.
Cavers, Dr. D. H. Chitty, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. M. F. Clarke, Dean G. F.
Curtis, Dr. R. Daniells, Mr. J. Davies, Mr. A. Dobrey, Dr. C. W. J.
Eliot, Mr. W. A. Ferguson, Dr. W. D. Finn, Dr. S. M. Friedman,
Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. J. Guthrie,
Dr. N. A. Hall, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. C. S. Holling, Mr. D. S. M.
Huberman, Mr. R. W. Jacobs, Dr. R. F. Kelly, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dr. D. T.
Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mr. P. Ladner, Mr. S. S. Lefeaux,Dean S. W. Leung,
Miss E. K. McCann, Dr. A. J. McClean, Dean Helen McCrae, Dr. M. F.
McGregor, Mr. K. R. Martin, Mr. D. F. Miller, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Dr. J. M.
Norris, Dr. H. P. Oberlander, Miss D. J. O'Donnell, Dean V. J. Okulitch,
Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. S. Persky, Mr. P. Plant, Dr. R. A. Restrepo,
Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Dr. I. Ross,
Dr. R. F. Scagel, Dean N. V. Scarfe, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw,
Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Dr. J. D. Spouge, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. B.
Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. B. B. Trevino, Dr. G. M. Volkoff, Mr. K. Waldman,
Dr. W. A. Webber, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams, Dr. W. E.
Willmott, Mr. E. Wood, Dr. W. D. Young.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Miss D. Hopper, Mr. T. A. Myers,
Mr. P. Thompson.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from,
Deputy-President W. M. Armstrong, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. J. D. Chapman,
The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. S. Israels, Mrs. W. T. Lane,
Dean J. F. McCreary, Mr. J. R. Meredith, Mr. G. R. Selman.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick )    That the Minutes oh the hoarth regular
Dr. Moyls   )    meeting oh Senate hoi the Session 1969-70,
having been calculated, be taken as lead
and adopted.
Carried 5173.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Business Arising from the Minutes
Figures of eligible voters and the number who actually voted during
recent Faculty, Alumni and Student elections were circulated.
At the previous Senate meeting the Nominating Committee had been
requested to select a committee to delineate the scope and nature of a
study of the sociological background of U.B.C. students. Dr. Volkoff
reported the following list of suggested members:
Miss D. Allen
Dr. D. G. Brown
Dr. R. M. Clark
Dr. J. D. Dennison
Dr. G. A. Gray
Mr. R. W. Jacobs
Mr. K. R. Martin
Dr. V. F. Mitchell
Mr. J. K. Stathers
Mr. J. V. Zidek
Dr. Volkoff  )    That these people be appointed to a
Dr. Hardwick )    committee to delineate the scope and
nature oh a study oh the sociological
background oh U.B.C. students.
Carried
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate Recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the necessary funds being available
(i) That a Ph.D. programme in Romance Studies (Hispanic Literature)
be offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies provided that no
more students be enrolled in the programme until the Department
of Hispanic and Italian Studies appoints at least two additional
Faculty members with appropriate research qualifications in
Spanish Literature.  (Page 5121-5122) 5174.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate Recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the necessary funds being available (Continued)
(ii)   That the proposal of the Faculty of Law to introduce the Law
Schools Admission Test, applicable to students seeking admission
to the First Year of the Faculty of Law for September 1970, be
approved, and that the Faculty be requested to report to
Senate on the effectiveness of the Test as a predictor of
success in the study of Law and on other values derived from
its use when sufficient experience has been obtained on this
campus to permit adequate evaluation of the Test.
(Page 5123-5124)
(iii)  That the establishment of a Chair in Paediatrics to be known
as The James and Annabel McCreary Professorship, be approved.
(Page 5132)
(iv)   That the course changes recommended by the Faculty of Commerce
and Business Administration be approved.  (Page 5138 -
Appendix 'B')
(v)    That the new courses in Paediatrics recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies be approved.  (Page 5118 - Appendix 'B')
(vi)   That the new course in Creative Writing recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies be approved.  (Page 5118 -
Appendix 'B') 5175.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate Recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the necessary funds being available (Continued)
(vii)  That for 1970-71, the approximate maximum enrolments of students
entering the First Year for the first time should be:-
B.A. programme in the Faculty of Arts: 1,400
Faculty of Education (excluding Physical
Education and Recreation): 450
Faculty of Science: 1,300
3,150
Agricultural Science; Home Economics;
Music; Physical Education and Recreation:    250
3,400
(viii) That Extension credit courses be offered May - July 1970, as
proposed by the Faculty of Arts.
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Scarfe )     That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A'
Mr. Miller  )     be accepted subject to the approval oh the
Board oh Governors, and that letters oh
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs
Dr. Smith presented a progress report for the information of Senate
which gave a brief outline of the plans of the committee.
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hall     ) Tnot the proposals oh the Faculty oh
Dean Shaw   ) Agricultural Sciences h°i neu} courses
and changes in existing courses  (with
the exception oh Plant Science 258)
outlined in Appendix 'B', page 5155-5156,
be approved.
Carried 5176.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (Continued)
Dr. Hall   ) That the proposals oh the Faculty oh
Dr. Finn   ) Applied Science hoi new courses and
changes in existing courses, outlined
in Appendix 'B', page 5156-5157, be
approved.
Carried
Dr. Hall stated that all the proposals of the School of Architecture
were withheld pending clarification of a number of changes in
regulations and course descriptions.
Dr. Hall       ) That the proposals oh the Faculty oh Arts
Dr. Norris    ) h°i new courses and changes in existing
courses (with the exception oh Philosophy
405,  421 and 434)  outlined in Appendix 'B',
page 5158-5162, be approved.
Carried
The Curriculum Committee recommended that two new courses to be
offered in the Department of Theatre, Theatre 351 and 450, not be
approved for academic credit but be made available to students on a
non-credit basis.
Dr. Hall       ) That the Committee look h^lthei into the
Dr. Norris    ) mattei oh o^eAing TheatAe 351 and 450
hoi academic credit.
Carried
With regard to the proposals from the Faculty of Education the
Committee felt that it would be less confusing to students if
Mathematics 372 and 373 were re-titled Education 372 - Mathematics,
and Education 373 - Mathematics.  It was also suggested that Education
479 Cross-cultural Education (Native Indians) should be re-titled
Education 479 Indian Education. 5177.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (Continued)
Dr. Hall    )
Dean Scarfe )
Dr. Hall     )
Dr. McGregor )
Dr. Hall    )
Dr. Osborne )
That the proposals oh the Faculty oh
Education, outlined in Appendix 'B',
page 5162-5165, be approved subject
to the change in the designation oh
Mathematics 372 and 373 and the change
oh course title in Education 479.
Carried
That the proposals oh the Faculty oh
Commerce and Business Administration
hor changes in unit values and course
deletions, outlined in Appendix 'B',
page 5161, be approved.
Carried
That the proposals oh the Faculty oh
Forestry hor new courses and changes
in descriptions, with the exception oh
Forestry 130, as outlined in Appendix
'B', page 5165, be approved.
Carried
A decision on Forestry 130 would be held pending further discussion
between representatives of Forestry and Computer Science.
Dr. Hall
Dr. Moyls
Dr.  Hall
Miss McCann
Dr.  Hall )
Dr.  Hardwick    )
That the course proposals and changes oh
the Faculty oh Graduate Studies, outlined
in Appendix 'B', page 5165-5168,  be
approved with the exception that new
course proposals in Computer Science be
withheld pending receipt oh a report
concerning the ohhding oh a Ph.d.
programme in that h^ld.
Carried
That the proposed changes oh the School
oh Nursing, outlined in Appendix 'B',
page 5168, be approved.
Carried
That the proposed changes oh the School
oh Rehabilitation Medicine, outlined in
Appendix 'B', page 5169, be approved.
Carried
It was agreed that the School be urged to provide flexibility in
elective course offerings in the senior years. 5178.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Reports of the Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (Continued)
Dr. Hall  )      That the proposals oh the Faculty oh
Dr. Moyls )      Science, outlined in Appendix 'B',
page 5169-5171, be approved, subject
to Microbiology 509 being approved
by the Faculty oh Graduate Studies.
Carried
Proposals of  the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Dr. Moyls    ) That the proposed new courses and
Dr. Ross      ) course changes recommended by the
Faculty oh Graduate Studies listed
in Appendix 'B'  be approved subject
to no objections being raised by
the Senate Curriculum Committee.
Carried
Faculty of Law
Dr. McClean )     That the new courses and course
Dr. Smith  )     changes recommended by the Faculty
oh Law listed in Appendix 'B' be
approved subject to no objections
being raised by the Senate
Curriculum Committee.
Objections were raised to this motion on the grounds that there had
been insufficient consultation by the Faculty of Law with other
departments concerned. After some discussion it was agreed that
departments that had queries or suggestions should submit them to the
Secretary of Senate within one week.
The submission of the Faculty of Law would then be studied by the
Curriculum Committee for report to Senate at the February meeting. 5179.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Proposals of the Faculties (Continued)
Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Hardwick )    That the new course proposals recommended
Dr. Kelly   )    by the Faculty oh Medicine listed in
Appendix 'B'  be approved subject to no
objections being raised by the Senate
Curriculum Committee.
Carried
Proposals from Senate Members
Mr. Persky )       That, whereas overcrowded classrooms
Miss O'Donnell    )        constitute,  h°l both Students and
teachers, a most direct serious problem
at U.B.C. be it moved, as oh September,
1970 that a limit oh students-per-class
be set at 15; hurther, that in those
situations in which there is "programme-",
"colleagial-", "group-", or "team-"
teaching, that a limit be set hor a
"working unit' at 120 students.
While Senate members sympathized with the concern being expressed
over the problem of crowded classrooms, there was little sympathy for
the proposal as a solution to the problem. After a great deal of
discussion the motion was defeated 65:5.
Mr. Persky gave notice of the following motion:-
"That as of September, 1970, classes of more than 100 students
be prohibited (again, excepting programmes, group teaching,
etc, and limiting them to working units of no more than
120)."
Dr. Rosenbluth gave notice of the following motion:-
"That a committee be established to implement the resolution
on page 5028 of the Minutes of March 26, 1969, and to propose
limitations on the size of classes." ►
5180.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Proposals from Senate Members (Continued)
Mr. Persky )
Mr. Ladner )
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That The University oh British Columbia
(through the Senate) present a report to
the people oh British Columbia about what
the University is doing to solve the
community problem oh pollution.    Further,
that in preparing such a report, we will
also assess the suhhiciency oh our programme
and ih we  j$-ind we are not doing enough, we
will commit ourselves to a more comprehensive
programme.    Further, that this motion embodies
the principle that the university has a
positive relationship to the community, and,
as an example oh such, some portion oh its
resources and talent be committed to the
solution oh this social problem oh pollution.
In the ensuing discussion it was generally agreed that the problem
of pollution was a very serious one, that the University should play a
role in efforts to preserve the environment and that information
concerning the University's role should be available to the public.
In amendment:
Dr. Finn ) That Senate, recognising the significant
Dr. Brockley   ) role oh the University in helping to ^u££t.t
the needs oh the community, release a
report on what the University is currently
doing to solve the problem oh pollution oh
the environment and on what its programme
is hoi continued research and teaching in
this area oh national concern.
Some members,  in opposing the motion, expressed concern on the
automatic assumption of some members of Senate that the University was
a servant of  the community.
In amendment:
Dr.  Scott )
Dr.   Friedman    )
That the words "recognising the significant
role oh the University in helping to h^lhtl
the needs oh the community" be deleted.
The amendment was carried, 58:13.
\ 5181.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Proposals from Senate Members (Continued)
In amendment:
Mr. Bourne  )    That Senate request the Chairman to
Mr. Campbell )    pAepaAe a report which would be brought
to Senate on what the University is
currently doing to solve the problem oh
pollution oh the environment and on what
its programme is hoi continued research
and teaching in this area oh national
concern.
Carried
The motion as amended was carried.
Mr. Ladner )      That Senate request the Ohiice oh
Mr. Persky )     Academic Planning  (or other appropriate
agency) to determine, by departments,
what percentage oh U.B.Cs Faculty
members are Canadian citizens.
Mr. Ladner said he believed that the Canadian heritage was in danger
because of the large number of non-Canadians on the teaching staffs of
Canadian universities.
In discussion of this motion it was argued that although there was
undoubtedly a lack of Canadian content in the curriculum of many
Canadian universities, the remedy lay in curriculum revision rather than
in attempting to increase the ratio of Canadian teachers to those who
were not Canadian citizens. It was also argued that the assumption that
Canadian citizenship was an essential condition for the preservation of
Canadian culture was questionable. After further discussion the motion
was defeated.
Report of  the Librarian 1968-69
Dr. Willmott )    That the report oh the Librarian
Dr. McGregor )    be Aeceived.
Carried
The Chairman suggested that any questions on the report could be
raised at the next regular Senate meeting. 5182.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
The Academic Year 1970-71
Received for information.
Other Business
Mr. Persky gave notice of the following motions:
1. That the Senate request the Faculty of Science to prepare a
plan for a Science I programme to be presented to Senate.
2. That the Senate request the Faculty of Arts to prepare a
plan for a social science majors programme to be presented
to Senate.
3. That Senate strike a committee to prepare a plan whereby
courses in contemporary affairs may be offered upon short
notice.
The Chairman stated that when notice of a motion is given, Senate's
Agenda Committee would have to decide upon the disposition of the motion,
since the Committee was charged with the responsibility of scheduling
Senate business effectively and of determining priorities as among
proposals before Senate.
Dr. Hardwick gave notice of the following motion:
"That Senate recommend to the Board of Governors an increased
allocation of funds to the Office of Academic Planning in
order to determine firm data on the needs of the province
for academically trained individuals."
Mr. Lefeaux extended congratulations to the President on his
re-appointment. 5183.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
The meeting adjourned at 10:40 p.m.
A special meeting will be held on Saturday, February 7, and the
next regular meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 25, 1970.
A__A  Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman.       yx 5184.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
Atlas Iron & Metals Ltd. Student Aid Fund
This fund, the gift of Atlas Iron & Metals Ltd., provides
loans for students with good standing who are in need of
financial assistance.
The Jacob Biely Scholarship
In recognition of his personal contribution to the University
of British Columbia, as well as his numerous scientific
contributions in the field of Poultry Science, the many
friends and admirers of Professor Jacob Biely have established
a $300 scholarship to be awarded annually to a student in
Poultry Science. The award will be made by the University
Scholarship Committee on the recommendation of the Department
of Poultry Science.
The Suzanne H. Mullin Bursary Fund
Bursaries from this fund, established through a bequest from
the late Suzanne H. Mullin, are available to students in the
field of Public Health (Department of Health Care and
Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine). The awards will be made
by the University Scholarship Committee in consultation with
the Faculty of Medicine.
The Parke, Davis & Company Ltd. Awards (Medicine)
Through the generosity of Parke, Davis & Company Ltd. four
awards, each consisting of the illustrated history entitled
Great Moments in Medicine, will be awarded to outstanding
students in the Faculty of Medicine.
Forbes George Vernon Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, established by a bequest from the late
Beatrice Alma Ashley Furber, will be awarded annually on
the basis of general proficiency, character and leadership
to a student normally resident in the City of Vernon or
its environs, entering the University of British Columbia
in a full programme of studies leading to a degree in any
field. 5185.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Department of Food Science
New Courses     Food Science 501 Food Lipids
502 Food Pigments and Colorimetry
505 Food Suspensions, Emulsions and
Foams
506 Structure and Chemistry of Food
My osysterns
507 Food Carbohydrates
Changes        Food Science 503 change in unit value and course
description
504 change in unit value and course
description
Department of Plant Science
New Courses    Plant Science 524 Control of Plant Growth by
synthetic chemicals
531 Biological Control
532 Arthropod vestors of plant disease
538 Dynamics of Weed Ecology
539 Responses of Plants to Air
Changes       Plant Science 512 change in course description and
title
Deletion 508
Department of Soil Science
New Courses     Soil Science 503 Problems in Forest Tree Nutrition
514 Biometeorology
Faculty of Applied Science
Electrical Engineering
New Courses E.E. 560 Network Analysis
562 Network Synthesis
564 Signal Detection and Pattern
Recognition
566 Communication and Information
Theory
568 Control Systems
570 Optimum Systems Control L
5186.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Faculty of Applied Science
Electrical Engineering (Continued)
Changes
Deletions
E.E. 555 change in unit value
573 change in title and unit value
577 change in unit value
587 change in unit value
559 change in course description
E.E. 561, 563, 565
Metallurgy
Changes
Deletions
Metallurgy 575
556
586
change in title and unit value
change in title and unit value
change in title and unit value
Metallurgy 560 and 588
Faculty of Forestry
New Courses
k
Changes
Forestry 512
514
529
532
546
559
Forestry 558
557
555
518
590
580
581
591
561
563
551
562
566
560
567
564
553
568
572
573
Problems in Forest Tree Nutrition
Seminar in Forest Biology
Seminar in Management of Forest
Resources
Data Processing in Forestry
Seminar in Research Methods
Operations Research in Forestry
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
500
502
504
506
515
517
519
521
523
525
527
530
533
536
539
542
545
555
563
567 5187.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Faculty of Forestry
Changes (Continued)
Forestry 576
now 572
571
now 574
579
now 576
575
now 580
574
now 584
582
now 587
583
now 589
594
now 591
596
now 595
595
now 597
545
change in
course
description
563
change in
course
description
533
change in
course
description
519
change in
course
description
594
change in
title
591
change in
title
593
change in
title
and course
description
Faculty of Science
Department of Geophysics
Change Geophysics 514 change in course description
School of Community and Regional Planning
New Courses
Planning 523 Seminar on Urban Regional
Planning
531 Urban Mass Transit Planning
FACULTY OF LAW
New Courses
Law 265
415
421
427
431
433
437
439
445
451
Selected Problems in Jurisprudence
Environmental Control Techniques
(seminar)
Industrial and Intellectual
Property (seminar)
International Taxation (seminar)
Law and Poverty (seminar)
Law and Psychiatry (seminar)
Law Relating to Juveniles
(seminar)
Methods of Empirical Research
(seminar)
Negotiation (seminar)
Real Estate Development (seminar) 5188.
f
FACULTY OF LAW
New Courses (Continued)
r
Changes
r
r
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Law 455 Selected Topics in the Philoaophy
of Law (seminar)
459 Tax Policy (seminar)
461 Trial and Appellate Practice
(seminar)
501 Directed Legal Research
503 Directed Legal Research
Law 101 change of title and number
105 change of title, description and
number
201 change in units and number
203 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 207)
205 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 207)
207 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 323)
209 change of title, description,
unite and number (formerly
part of 205)
211 change of number (formerly
seminar) and units
213 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 317)
215 change in title unite and
number (formerly 205)
217 change in units and number
219 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 307 and 317)
221 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 205)
223 change of title, units and
number (formerly 303)
227 change of title, description,
units and number
229 change of title and number
(formerly 327)
233 change of units and number
237 change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 211)
241 change of title, description,
units and number (split from
213) FACULTY OF LAW
5189.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Changes (Continued)
Law 243
247
251
255
257
259
261
263
269
271
273
275
401
403
405
407
409
411
413
417
419
423
425
429
441
443
447
449
change of units and number
change of title and number
change of units and number
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 321)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly 211)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 209)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 317)
change of units and number
change of units and number
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 209)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 323)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 321)
change of title, units and number
change of units and number
change of units and number
change of units and number
change of title, units and
number
change of units and number
change of units and number
change of units and number
change of units and number
(re-introduction of course
last offered in 1967-68)
change of title, units and number
change of units and number
change of units and number
(re-introduction of course
last offered in 1966-67)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly 217)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 321)
change of title, description,
units and number (formerly
part of 203)
change of units and number FACULTY OF LAW
5190.
Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
Changes (Continued)
Law 453
457
435
change of title, description
units and number (formerly
part of 321)
change of units and number
change of units and number
Deletion
Law 217
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
New Courses
Pathology 375 Introduction to Human Pathology
303 Laboratory in Human Physiology

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