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Array 8099.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
The Fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1983-84 was held on Wednesday, December 15, 1983 at 8.00 p.m. in
Room 102, George F. Curtis Building.
Present: President K. George Pedersen (Chairman), Chancellor J. V. Clyne,
Dr. R. A. Adams, Dr. C. E. Armerding, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Mrs. H. M. Belkin, Dr. W. E.
Benjamin, Dean D. R. Birch, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dean P. T. Burns, Mr. G. D. Burnyeat, Dr. K. O. L. Burridge,
Dr. D. J. Campbell, Dr. D. J. Connor, Dr. T. S. Cook, Dr. J. Dahlie, Dr. J. D. Dennison,
Miss S. M. Dickinson, Mrs. S. Dodson, Dr. D. Donaldson, Dr. A. J. Elder, Dean C. V.
Finnegan, Mr. H. J. Franklin, Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Dr. A. M. Hickling, Dr. H. E. Hirsch,
Ms. S. J. Holmes, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Mr. P. S. Kendall, Dean R. W. Kennedy,
Dean W. D. Kitts, Dr. A. Kozak, Mr. J. Kulich, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. L. M. Lavkulich,
Dr. D. S. Lirenman, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Mrs. A. Macdonald, Mr. M. A. McCann, Mr. D.
Mclnnes, Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Dr. W. R. Morford, Dr. J. F. Richards, Dean B. E.
Riedel, Dr. V. C. Runeckles, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Dr. R. A.
Spencer, Dr. P. Suedfeld, Dr. 0. Sziklai, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Mr. M. B. Thompson, Dr. A.
Van Seters, Miss C. L. V. Warren, Dean W. A. Webber, Dean L. M. Wedepohl, Mr. V. G.
Wellbum, Dean R. M. Will, Dr. D. LL. Williams, Mr. S. Williams, Dr. M. D. Willman,
Dr. J. L. Wisenthal.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Dr. R. D. Russell, Associate Vice-President
Academic.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Vice-President R. H. T. Smith, Dr. G. D. Bellward, Mr. T. S. Blasco, Dr. R. M. Ellis,
Mr. B. A. Gilmour, Mrs. P. Jones, Dr. R. F. Kelly, Dr. D. Lupini, Ms. C. E. McAndrew,
Dr. A. J. McClean, Dr. J. M. McMillan, Mr. P. Nishihama, Miss A. H. Rahme, Dr. J. G.
Silver.
Minutes of previous meeting
Dr. Lavkulich      ) That the minutes of the Third regular meeting of
Mr. Birmingham ) Senate   for   the   Session    1983-84,   having   been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 8100.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
Business arising from the Minutes
Change of Registration (P.8094)
A motion from the Faculty of Arts recommending that Senate be requested to
alter the present University regulations with respect to changes in a student's
program of courses was tabled at the previous meeting in order to give other
Faculties an opportunity to comment on the proposal. Since the responses received
from the various Faculties were so diverse, the Agenda Committee recommended the
establishment of an ad hoc committee to review the proposal and the responses.
Dean Webber ) That an ad hoc committee be established to review
Dean Finnegan ) the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to alter the
present University regulafions with respect to
changes in a student's program of courses, fogether
with the responses of the Faculties and other
matters concerning student records.
Carried
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations - subject 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)      Proposal of the Faculty of Arts that the name of the School of Home Economics
be changed to the School of Family and Nutritional Sciences (P.8092-3)
(ii)     Establishment  of   the  CKNW  Orphans'  Fund  Chair   in  Paediatric  Immunology
(P.8094)
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Mr. McWilliams)    That  the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A') be
Dr. Keenlyside )    accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that letters of thanks be sent to the
donors.
Carried 8101.
Wednesday, December  15,   1983.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (see Appendix B')
Faculties  of  Dentistry, Graduate Studies, Education,  and Schools of Physical
Education and Recreation, and Rehabilitation Medicine
The committee recommended approval of a new course submitted by the
Faculty of Dentistry; new courses and course changes submitted by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies; curriculum proposals from the Faculty of Education; new
courses and a course change recommended by the School of Physical Education
and Recreation, and course changes submitted by the School of Rehabilitation
Medicine.
Dr. Richards referred to two new cross-l isted courses, PHED 456 and
RECR 456, and pointed out that a statement showing that credit may be obtained
for only one of PHED 456 and RECR 456 should be added to the Calendar entry
for these courses. Dr. Richards also pointed out that the unit value for RHME 420
should read (31fe) not (3/3fe)d.
Dr. Richards   )       That the proposals of the Faculties of Dentistry,
Dean Beagrie )       Graduate Studies and Education, and the Schools of
Physical       Education       and      Recreation,      and
Rehabilitation Medicine, be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Dr. Richards presented the following report:
Membership on Senate Committees
The   committee   made   the   following   recommendations   concerning
membership on Senate Committees:
Agenda Committee
Dean P. T. Burns -    replacing Dr. A. J. Elder
Curriculum Committee
Mrs. H. M. Belkin -    replacing Miss R. E. Robinson
Library Committee
Mrs. H. M. Belkin -    replacing Miss R. E. Robinson
Student Awards Committee
Dr. L. M. Lavkulich -    replacing Dean L. M. Wedepohl
Budget
Dr. R. H. T. Smith -    additional member 8102.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
Membership of Ad hoc Committee to Review the Reports on Breadth
At its meeting of November 16, 1983 Senate agreed that an ad hoc
committee be established to review the reports on breadth dated January 31, 1983
and the responses of the Faculties and Schools, and consider what measures Senate
should adopt to ensure that all appropriate undergraduate programs conform to
the principle expressed in the motion on breadth passed at the February 16, 1983
meeting and that the committee report back at or before the February 15, 1984
meeting of Senate. The Nominating Committee recommends the following
membership:
Mrs. H. M. Belkin - Convocation
Dr. T. S. Cook - Education
Dean R. W. Kennedy - Forestry
Mr. P. Nishihama - Student (Agricultural Sciences)
Dean R. M. Will - Arts
Dr. D. LL. Williams - Physics
Dr. Richards  )        That   the   recommendations   of   the   Nominating
Dr. Dennison )        Committee be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Proposal to establish the William M. Hamilton Chair in Industrial Relations
It was stated in the material circulated that, as a tribute to the Honourable
William M. Hamilton, retiring President of the Employers' Council of British
Columbia, a variety of donors from labour, business and government have provided an
endowment to establish a Chair in Industrial Relations. The objective of the fund is
to support research activities within the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration.
Dean Lusztig   )       That the proposal of the Faculty of Commerce and
Dean Burns      )       Business Administration to establish the William M.
Hamilton Chair in Industrial Relations be approved.
Carried 8103.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Evaluation of Satisfactory Progress
The  following  proposed changes  to  the Calendar statement on Evaluation of
Satisfactory Progress had been circulated:
"The progress of all students working for the Ph.D., D.M.A. and Ed.D. degrees will
be reviewed from time to time and at least once a year in the spring of each year
by the department concerned and by the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A candidate may be required to withdraw if progress has not been satisfactory as
shown by course work, the comprehensive examination, progress on the thesis, or
other requirements of the department or the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The progress of all students working for a Master's degree will be reviewed from
time to time and at least once a year in the spring of each year by the department
concerned and the Dean of Graduate Studies. A candidate may be required to
withdraw if progress has not been satisfactory as shown by course work that does
not meet the requirements of section D(l) below, an excessive number of units
below 65% or courses with incomplete standing, unsatisfactory progress on the
thesis or graduating essay, or failure to satisfy additional requirements of the
department or the Faculty of Graduate Studies."
Dean Larkin     )       That    the    proposed    changes    to    the    Calendar
Dr. Lavkulich  )       statement on Evaluation of Satisfactory Progress
be approved.
Carried
Report on Enrolment 1983-84
The report on enrolment for 1983-84 had been circulated for information.   The
total day-time enrolment as at December I, 1983 was 26,175.
Other business
Report of the Senate Budqet Committee
Dr. Scudder presented the following report for information:
"At its February 17, 1982 meeting, Senate expanded the terms of reference of the
Senate Budget Committee, to include the following:
"To make recommendations to the President and to report to Senate
regarding academic planning and priorities as they relate to the
preparation of the University budget."
In March 1983, the Committee made a preliminary report to Senate on this aspect
of its terms of reference. At the Senate meeting of September 14, 1983, the
Committee presented a second report concerning the Academic Plan. This was
accepted by Senate. 8104.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
Other business
Report of the Senate Budget Committee (continued)
"If you recall, the plan suggested that academic activities be classified into three
groups: Core, Core-related, and Non-core. We recommended that the plan should
stress quality. It should also concern itself with cost, enrolment, special value and
uniqueness. We underlined the fact that the plan could not be developed by any
rigid formula.   It will involve the exercise of much fine judgement.
In item 3.10 of our report, we stressed the need to preserve and improve the core
activities. This might have to be done at the expense of core-related activities:
the University should not have non-core activities.
We clearly stated that our proposal excluded by implication, pro rata increases or
reductions in the allocation of resources. With respect to implementation, we
stated that the University should "immediately set to work to apply these
principles to the situation in which it finds itself. Second, whatever the exact
process of implementation, it needs to be done with due involvement of the
academic bodies of the University, in particular the faculties and the Senate." It
should be noted that the Senate Budget Committee did not propose, and does not
propose that it would do all the necessary assessments and preparations of
priorities and recommendations. It would be presumptuous for us to do this. We
believe the initial tasks of implementation must lie within the various academic
units.
As part of the implementation, we note that Vice-President Smith circulated our
September 14, 1983 "cherry" document to all Deans on October 4, 1983 noting "At
the September 14, 1983 meeting of Senate, the attached report of the Senate
Budget Committee, embodying an academic plan, was adopted. The contents of
this report could well be helpful in addressing the fiscal problems faced by the
University, and I would appreciate it if you would draw it to the attention of
department heads and directors of schools in your faculty."
In a further memorandum from Vice-President Smith to Deans, dated December 9,
1983 and headed "1984-85 Budget Planning", Dr. Smith has written "In your
analysis of program areas, you should consider the guidelines embodied in the
recent report of the Senate Budget Committee (distributed with my memorandum
of October 4)."
The Senate Budget Committee has been kept informed about the fiscal situation in
the University, and how the President's Office plans to deal with the possible $18
million shortfall. The process now in hand was discussed prior to the President's
announcement to the faculty on December 6, 1983.
We were informed that a small Committee under the Chairmanship of
Vice-President Smith, will prepare a plan for the 1984-85 Budget. We note that
Dr. A. J. McClean, one of the members of the Senate Budget Committee, is a
member of this planning committee. We also draw attention to the facf that
Dr. McClean was Chairman of the Subcommittee of the Senate Budget Committee
that prepared the "cherry" document.
The attached flow diagram details the schedule of the 1984-85 Budget Planning
process that is now underway. 8105.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
Other business
Report of the Senate Budqet Committee (continued)
"The Senate Budget Committee will be expecting the various academic units to
have undertaken their budget planning in the light of the guidelines of our report,
and we expect them to make recommendations accordingly. Likewise, we expecf
the committee to be chaired by Vice-President Smith will do the same. We have
been assured by Vice-President Smith that we will be kept informed during the
1984—85 Budget Planning process, and we will meet regularly to discuss the
various issues and items. We will present interim reports to Senate each month,
to the extent that it is possible to do so. Obviously, reporting in detail will not be
feasible each time, especially in the early stages.
The Senate Budget Committee will review the various recommendations in the
light of the guidelines embodied in our September "cherry" document. Our final
report to Senate will also be based on the guidelines that we have enunciated: we
will view the budget plan and develop our report in the light of the guidelines that
Senate accepted on March 16, 1983 and September 14, 1983. Senate should be
assured that we are well aware of the fact that the University Act stipulates that
Senate has the responsibility for program initiation and program discontinuation.
Specifically, the University Act states
"Powers of Senate
36.  The academic governance of the university is vested in the senate
and it has power"
"( i )      to    recommend    to    the    board the    establishment    or
discontinuance   of   any   faculty, department,   course   of
instruction,    chair,    fellowship, scholarship,    exhibition,
bursary or prize;"
The Senate Budget Committee will bring its final report and recommendations on
the 1984-85 Budget Plan to Senate at the March 21, 1984 meeting. This report
will include an assessment of the academic impact of the budget reduction."
Schedule for 1984-85 Budget Planning Process
1983
December 6 President announces 1984-85 budget problem and outlines process
of planning.
December 9 Vice-President  Smith  sends  Memorandum  concerning   1984-85
Budget Planning, giving target figures and deadline for response.
1984
January 3-31        Faculty   recommendations   to    meet   budget    targets   to   be
submitted to Committee chaired by Vice-President Smith.
January 31 Vice-Presidential recommendations to meet budget targets to be
submitted to Vice-President Smith. 8106.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
Other business
Report of the Senate Budget Committee
Schedule for 1984-85 Budget Planning Process (continued)
1984
February 28 Report of Committee chaired by Vice-President Smith to be
submitted to the President, accompanied by integrated set of
recommendations from Vice-Presidential areas.
Early March        President to submit to Senate Budget Committee and Executive
Council his recommendations and rationale.
March 21 Senate Budget Committee to submit its final report to Senate;
this   to    include   recommendations    given    to    President    and
assessment of academic impact of the budget reduction.
March 21 President to submit his recommendations, where applicable, to
Senate for its consideration and recommendation to the Board of
Governors.
April President   to   submit   his   recommendations   to   the   Board   of
Governors for its consideration and decision.
Controlled enrolment
Dr. Dahlie, Chairman of the Senate Admissions Committee, advised Senate that
the Senate Admissions Committee would be bringing to the January meeting
recommendations concerning controlled enrolment in the first year.
Anniversary
President Pedersen asked Senate to join him in extending congratulations to
Chancellor and Mrs. J. V. Clyne on the occasion of their 56th wedding anniversary.
The meeting adjourned at 8.20 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, January 18, 1984.
Secretary
Confirmed
Chairman 8107.
Wednesday, December  15,   1983.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate
American College of Dentists - Washington/British Columbia Section Ferrier Prize -
This prize, given in memory of Dr. W. I. Ferrier, consists of a cash award in the
amount of approximately $300. It will be awarded in even years to the third year
dental student who demonstrates exceptional interest, skill and motivation in the
field of operative dentistry. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty.  (Available in the 1983/84 Winter Session)
British Columbia Food Technologists Prize - The British Columbia Food Technologists
yearly provides the BCFT Prize to an outstanding graduating student in Food Science.
The award recognizes that student who has demonstrated a high level of academic
achievement, leadership ability and commitment to the ideals of the profession. The
award includes a $100 prize and a one year membership in the Canadian Institute of
Food Science and Technology, and will be made on the recommendation of the
Department of Food Science.  (Available in the 1983/84 Winter Session)
Canadian Forestry Equipment Ltd. Prize - This prize in the amount of $200 is
awarded annually for the best contribution to Mechanized Silviculture made by a
member of the graduating class or by a graduate student in the Faculty of Forestry.
The contribution may be in the form of an essay, paper or thesis reporting results of
research carried out in the field on methods or machinery for Mechanized
Silviculture. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Forestry.  (Available in the 1983/84 Winter Session)
Ladner Downs Service Scholarship in Law - The firm of Ladner Downs, Barristers and
Solicitors, will provide two scholarships for students proceeding from the second to
the third year of studies in the Faculty of Law. The scholarships will consist of the
opportunity for employment with the firm in the summer between second and third
year and payment of the student's tuition fees for the third year of study in the
Faculty. The awards will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty. (Available
in the 1984/85 Winter Session)
Vancouver Lions Ladies Club Bursary - One or more bursaries to a total of $1,000
have been made available by the Vancouver Lions Ladies Club. They will be awarded
to female graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Social Work.
(Available in the 1983/84 Winter Session)
G. C. Webber Memorial Prize - An annual prize in the amount of approximately $100
has been established as a memorial to G. C Webber, through a generous donation
from his wife, Mrs. Eva Webber. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the Department, to an outstanding student in Honours Mathematics. (Available in the
1984/85 Winter Session) 8108.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
New course    DENT 440    (Ife)   Hospital Dentistry
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Undergraduate Studies Office
Changes EDUC   449 - change units from (I fe-3)c to (I fe/3)c
490 - change units from (I fe/3)c to (I fe/3)d
Language Education
Change in program description:  English Concentration and Major -
First Year:  English 100.
Second  Year:     English  201   (students  with  credit   in  B.C.  Literature   12  may
substitute 3 units from English 202 - 208).
Third and Fourth Years:
Concentration:    a minimum of  12 units with a least 3 units from each of
categories (a), (b), (c) and (d) below.
Major:   a minimum of 18 units with at least 3 units from each of categories
(a), (b), (c), and (d) below.
(a) Studies   in   the  English   Language:      English   320  -   329,   340,   345;
Linguistics 420.
(b) Studies in Written Composition: English 303 or 304, or Creative Writing
301.
(c) Studies in Early Literary Periods:  English 318, 350 - 399, 431, 434.
(d) Studies in Modern Literary Periods:   English 400 - 430, 432, 433, 435 -
446.
Notes:
(1) Recommended electives: Creative Writing 202; English Education 335, 337,
338, 340, 341, 349, 478, 489; Reading Education 472, 474; Theatre 301;
Women's Studies 224.
(2) Prospective English teachers are advised to include both Shakespeare and
Canadian literature in their programs. Students may also select from
English 310 - 319, 330 - 339, or 450. Honours students may substitute
English 480 - 497 where appropriate in categories (c) and (d) above.
(3) Students are encouraged to take additional courses in composition and
rhetoric:  English 301, 302, 306, 307; Creative Writing 403. 8109.
Wednesday, December  15,   1983.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Language Education (continued)
Change   in   program   description:      Teaching   English   as   a   Second   Language
Concentration -
One of English Education 489, English 329, Linguistics 100, 200, 420, English
Education 478. Three units from: Communications Media and Technology
414; Education 417, 479; English Education 335, 337, 338, 379 or 480;
another course in linguistics or Anthropology 417.
New course    Modern Languages Education 396 (I fe) Principles and Practice of
French Program Development
Change - add 379 to courses listed under English Education
Mathematics and Science Education
Change in program description:  Mathematics Concentration and Major -
First and Second Year: . . . and Computer Science 114 and 116...
Change   in   program   description:     Mathematics  Education   Concentration  and
Major -
Concentration: Mathematics Education 372, 373, 485, and either 471 or 488;
3 units . . .
Major:
First and Second Years: . . . Computer Science 114 and 116, or 118.
Fourth Year: Mathematics Education 372, 373, 485, and either 471 or 488; 9
units . . .
Change    in    program    description: Mathematics    and    Science    Education
Concentration -
Fourth Year:  Nine units, including at least three from each of:
(a) Science Education 309, 409.
(b) Mathematics Education 372, 373, 471, 485, 488.
Change - Industrial Education 465 - change units from (lfe/6)c to (lfe-6)c
Visual and Performing Arts in Education
New courses        MUED   332  (I fe)  Instrumental Jazz Pedagogy
333  (Ife) Choral Jazz Pedagogy
340 (Ife) Canadian Music in the Classroom 8110.
Wednesday, December 15,   1983.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Administrative, Adult and Higher Education
Changes
New courses
HIED   510 -    change   in   units,   title,   description  and  number
(formerly 590)
51 I  -    change   in   units,   title,   description  and  number
(formerly 508)
512 -    change   in   units,   title,   description  and  number
(formerly 590)
513 -    change   in   title,   description,   prerequisite   and
number (formerly 559)
521  -    change in units, title, description, prerequisite and
number (formerly 508)
540 -    change   in  title,   description,   hours  and  number
(formerly 569)
541 -    change   in  title,  description,   hours  and  number
(formerly 569)
HIED   522 (I fe) Human Resources in Higher Education
530 (I fe) Community Service Function of the Community
College
Anthropology and Sociology
Changes
Architecture
New courses
Classics
Changes
Economics
New course
English
Change
ANTH 540, 541 - change in unit value
ARCH 508 (Ife/3)c Programming for Building Users
512(1 fe/3)c Urban Design: Advanced Design Projects
GREK 530
LATN 530
change in title
change in title
ECON 574 (I fe) Special Topics in the Economics of Resource Use
ENGL 549 -    change in unit value 8111.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1983.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Program Description Change in Calendar Entry - The Department offers graduate
programs leading to the M.A. degree with or without thesis, and to the Ph.D. The
M.A. degree may be taken in Italian Literature, or in Spanish Language, Spanish
Peninsular Literature or Spanish-American Literature. The Ph.D. is offered in
Spanish Peninsular and Spanish-American Literatures.
The University Library has extensive holdings in Italian and in all Hispanic areas,
especially in periodicals and Latin-American Studies, both Spanish and Portuguese.
There is also a Departmental Reading Room for Graduate Students, containing
basic texts, scholarly collections and reference works.
A detailed brochure describing the graduate programs is available on application
to the Graduate Advisor of the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies.
Linguistics
New course LING   505 (lfe/3)d    Issues in Morphological Theory and Analysis
Microbiology
Change MICB  519 (3) Public Health Medical Microbiology
Deletion MICB 509
Pathology
New courses        PATH 509 (3) Viral Ecology
519 (3) Public Health Medical Microbiology
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
New cross-listed courses       PHED  456 (Ife) Directed Studies Abroad
RECR 456 (Ife)
Change RECR  395 - change in title, description, hours and
number (formerly PHED 297)
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
Changes   RHME 208      (3)   Introduction   to  Physical   Therapy  -  split   into  two
courses, now:
RHME   206 (I)   Physical    Treatment    of    the    Musculo-Skeletal
System
208 (Ife) Physical    Assessment   of   the   Musculo-Skeletal
System
RHME 420 -  change in title, description, hours and units now (3fe)

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