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Array Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3622
The fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for the Session 1965-66 was held on Wednesday, May
25, 1966 at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration
Building.
Present:  President John B. Macdonald (Chairman),
Chancellor Phyllis G. Ross, Mrs. H.F. Angus, Dr. K.F. Argue,
The Reverend J. Blewett, Mr. R.M. Bibbs, Mr. C.B. Bourne, Mr. F.K.
Bowers, Mr. W.T. Brown, Mr. F.L. Burnham, Mr. K.P. Caple, Dean I. Cowan,
Dean G.F. Curtis, Dean B.A. Eagles, Mr. H. Elder, Dr. J.G. Foulks,
Dr. S.M. Friedman, Dean W.H. Gage, Dean J.A.F. Gardner, Dr. W.C. Gibson,
The Honourable Howard C. Green, Dr. J.E. Halliday, Dr. H.B. Hawthorn,
Dean D.M. Healy, Dr. J.A. Jacobs, Dr. F.H. Johnson, Mr. J.S. Keate,
Dr. H.L. Keenleyside, The Reverend E.C. LeBel, Dean S. Wah Leung,
Mr. S.L. Lipson, Dean Helen McCrae, Dean J.F. McCreary, Dr. M.F.
McGregor, Dr. G.W. Marquis, Dr. W.H. Mathews, Mr. D.F. Miller, Dr. D.C.
Murdoch, The Honourable Mr. Justice N.T. Nemetz, Mr. E.P. Nicol, Dean
V.J. Okulitch, Dr. M.A. Ormsby, Dr. G.J. Parfitt, Dr. A.J. Renney,
Dr. W. Robbins, Dr. B. Savery, Dean N.V. Scarfe, Dr. A.D. Scott,
Dr. Ross Stuart, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. T.M.C. Taylor, The
Reverend W.S. Taylor, Dr. F. Turnbull, Mr. F.E. Walden, Dr. H.V. Warren,
Dr. R.W. Wellwood, Dean P.H. White, Dr. S.H. Zbarsky.
Visitors:  Dr. J.K. Friesen, Mr. G. Selman, Mr. R. Daly,
Mr. J. Banham.
Messages of regret for absence were received from Dean W.M.
Armstrong, Dr. J.D. Chapman, Dr. J.F.K. English, Mr. W.E. Ireland,
Dr. K.C. Mann, Dean A.W. Matthews, The Reverend C.W. Nicholls, Dr. R.F.
Sharp, The Honourable Mr. Justice David Verchere.
The Chairman opened the meeting by welcoming The Honourable
Howard C. Green to his first meeting of Senate. Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3623
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dean Gage   )
Dean Scarfe )  That the minutes of the fourth regular
meeting of Senate for the Session
1965-66 held on February 16, 1966,
having been circulated, be taken as
read and adopted.
Carried.
Approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate Recommendations	
The Board of Governors of The University of British
Columbia had approved the following Senate recommendations:-
(1) Diploma in Counselling for Vocational Development
(2) Diploma in Surveying
(3) Deletion of English 250 from curriculum in
Chemical Engineering.
The notification was received for information.
Recommendations of the Faculties.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
M.Sc. degree in Forestry
At the invitation of the Chairman, Dean Cowan spoke to the
proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to offer an M.Sc. degree
in Forestry.
The proposed M.Sc. programme would provide training for
specialists for teaching, research or other activities involving the
creation or dissemination of knowledge about forests and their use.
In contrast to the Master of Forestry degree it would concentrate on
the forest-or wood-related aspects of the natural sciences basic to
forestry and wood technology.  The M.Sc. degree in Forestry would also
be a stepping-stone to the doctorate, but it was anticipated also that
the high demand for graduates with a strong background in forestry-
related scientific subjects, such as wood science, would make its use
as a terminal degree appropriate.
Dean Cowan  )
Mr. Miller  )  That the proposal to offer the M.Sc.
degree in Forestry be approved.
Carried.
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Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposed new degree - Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)
At the invitation of the Chairman, Dean Cowan spoke to the
proposal of the School of Nursing to offer a Master of Science degree
in Nursing (M.S.N.).
The factors which influenced decisions regarding the nature
of the proposed programme were based on the need for experts in clinical
nursing and to meet the acute shortage and increasing demand for nurses
qualified for teaching, supervisory, and administrative positions.  The
programme would prepare selected persons for leadership roles in nursing.
Dean McCreary spoke on behalf of the proposal emphasizing that
it would add needed strength to the School of Nursing and that strengthening of the School should be considered as a matter of high priority in the
University.
Dean Cowan  )
Dean Scarfe  )  That the proposed new degree Master of
Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
U.B.C. Chemical Engineering Graduate Study
at the British Columbia Research Council
The Faculty of Graduate Studies recommended approval of the
proposal put forward by the Department of Chemical Engineering for a
programme of graduate studies in Chemical Engineering in the
laboratories of the Division of Applied Biology of the British
Columbia Research Council.  The proposal was subject to the
following stipulations:-
(i)  The Chairman of the student's committee
must be a member of faculty.
(ii) That there be no more than one non-faculty
member as a voting member of the thesis
committee. Wednesday, May 25, 1966        3625
(iii)  That if the research is to be undertaken in
the Research Council laboratories the student
must enjoy the opportunities for study and the
right of access to the laboratory that he would
enjoy in his home department.
The Senate Executive Committee supported the recommendation.
Dean Cowan  )
Dean Gardner )  That the offering of graduate work by the
Department of Chemical Engineering in
co-operation with the British Columbia
Research Council be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Arts -
Religious Knowledge Option (RKO) Courses
The Chairman invited Dean W.H. Gage to speak to the proposal
of the Faculty of Arts to discontinue Religious Knowledge Option Courses.
The Faculty of Arts had made the following proposals to
Senate:
That the practice of allowing affiliated Theological
Colleges to give certain courses for credit in the
Faculty of Arts be continued;  that Religious
Knowledge Options be discontinued at the latest
by the end of the academic year 1967-68;  that the
affiliated Theological Colleges individually have
the right to present to the Curriculum Committee of
the Faculty of Arts proposals for courses which they
would be willing to give for credit in the Faculty
of Arts;  that the Curriculum Committee send all
such proposals to the appropriate department or
departments for consideration;  that any proposal
from an affiliated Theological College re-submitted
to the Curriculum Committee by, and with the
approval of, the appropriate department or departments
should be dealt with by the Curriculum Committee in the
same manner as all proposals for new courses;  that if
the proposed courses are accepted by the Faculty of Arts
[
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and by the Senate, the sponsoring department or
departments have the same academic responsibility for
them as for regular departmental offerings and that
the instructors of such courses, if they are not
already members of the Faculty of Arts, be made
Honorary Lecturers.
The Senate Executive Committee had considered the Faculty's
proposals and the Principals of the Theological Colleges had been
asked for their views in connection with the proposal resolution of
the Senate Executive Committee, which was as follows:-
That Religious Knowledge Options be discontinued
after the Session 1967-68;  that Departments in
the University that wished to offer courses in
areas of competency of qualified members of the
faculties of Theological Colleges submit such
courses in the normal way for approval, and
recommend for honorary lectureships or otherwise
appropriate appointment those members of the
colleges who would instruct in these courses.
Copies of letters received from the three Principals had been
circulated to Senate.
Dean Gage  )
Dr. Scott  )    That the proposed resolution of the
Senate Executive Committee be approved.
Carried.
Faculty of Arts -
Division of Departments of Romance Studies into a
Department of French and a Department of Hispanic
and Italian Studies	
The Department of Romance Studies in the Faculty of Arts
had become too large to permit efficient operation as a single
administrative unit and the realization of its full promise, and
Dean D.M. Healy recommended its division into a Department of
French and a Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies. Wednesday, May 25, 1966
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Dean Healy        )
The Honourable    )
Mr. Justice Nemetz ) That the division of the Department
of Romance Studies into a Department
of Hispanic and Italian Studies be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Education
School of Physical Education and Recreation -
Changes in Regulations	
At its meeting on February 16, 1966 the Senate of The
University of British Columbia approved a change in regulations of the
Faculty of Arts with regard to supplemental examinations, whereby the
number of units which a student must pass in a winter session to be
eligible for a supplemental examination, was raised from nine to
twelve.
The Faculty of Education and School of Physical Education
and Recreation recommended that its regulations governing the granting
of supplemental examinations should be amended to conform with those
of the Faculty of Arts.
The Senate Executive Committee supported the recommendation.
Dean Scarfe  )
Dean Cowan  )   That the regulations governing the
granting of supplemental examinations
be amended to conform with those of the
Faculty  of Arts. _        .    ,
Carried.
Faculty of Science -
Change in Regulations
Dean Okulitch
Dean Gage
)
) That the statement "Subjects credited to
one year may not be transferred later to
another year" be deleted from the
Regulations of the Faculty of Science.
Carried.
Dean Okulitch
Dean Gage
)
) That the Faculty of Science regulation -
Examinations, paragraph 3, be replaced by
the regulation "In any science course which
involves both laboratory work and written
examinations, students will be required
to complete and make satisfactory standing
in both parts.". „   . ,
Carried. Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3628
New Courses and Changes in Courses -
Faculties of Applied Science, Arts, Dentistry,
Graduate Studies and Science (Appendix I) (See pages 3634-3637)
Dean Gage     )
Dean Cowan    ) That the new courses and changes in
courses in the Faculties of Applied
Science, Arts, Dentistry, Graduate
Studies and Science, be approved.
Carried
Courses under the Department of University
Extension 1966-67 (Appendix II)  (see pages 3638-3640)
Dean Gage     )
Dean Cowan    )  That the extra-sessional courses and new
correspondence courses to be offered by the
Faculties of Arts, Science and Education in
co-operation with the Department of University
Extension 1966-67, be approved.
Carried
Report of New Programmes Committee -
"A revised organization of Continuing Education"
Senate considered the proposal "A revised organization of
Continuing Education" which had been submitted by the Department of
University Extension and which had the support of the New Programmes
Committee and the Senate Executive Committee.
Dr. D.C. Murdoch, Chairman of the New Programmes Committee,
commented on the submission.
From the discussion which followed it became apparent that
Faculties wished to have more opportunity to study the proposal and it
was agreed that the matter should be deferred until the October meeting
of Senate when a complete report would be available.
Dr. Gibson    )
Dean White    )  That "A revised organization of
Continuing Education" be referred
to the respective Faculties for
study and that it be brought before
the October meeting of Senate.
Carried
The Chairman thanked Dr. Murdoch for chairing the New Programmes
Committee and for the excellent work done by the Committee. Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3629
Candidates for Degrees - Congregation 1966
Lists of candidates for degrees to be awarded at the Spring
Congregation 1966 were circulated at the meeting.
Dean Gage   )
Dean Scarfe ) That the candidates for degrees as approved
by the Faculties be granted the degrees for
which they were recommended, subject to any
necessary adjustments in the lists to be
made by the Registrar in consultation with
the Dean concerned and with the Chairman of
Senate.
Carried
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
List No. 1 of awards for the Session 1966-67, mainly to students
in the graduating classes, was circulated at the meeting.
The Senate Executive Committee recommended approval of the
following new awards and changes in awards, subject to the approval of
the Board of Governors where necessary:-
Quote:    (Appendix III)   (see pages 3641-3645)
Dean Gage  )
Dr. Gibson )  That medals, prizes, scholarships and
fellowships be awarded as recommended on
List No. 1;  that the new awards be
accepted and the changes in awards be
approved, subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors where necessary, and
that letters of thanks be sent to the
donors of new awards.
Carried.
Appeal of student against ruling
of Faculty of Education	
A request had been made by student B.C. Riley for permission to
take the final year for the Bachelor of Education degree at the University
of Victoria.  The Faculty of Education, in accord with practice, had ruled
that the final year must be spent on the campus of The University of
British Columbia.  The student had appealed to Senate against the ruling.
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The appeal was discussed at some length.  Senate agreed that
the ruling of the Faculty was valid and that no change should be
contemplated in the regulation.  However, in view of the personal
circumstances of the appellant, it was agreed that Mr. Riley should
be permitted to take his final degree year at the University of
Victoria.  It was particularly noted that the decision would not
constitute a precedent.
Open House 1967
Dean Cowan  )
Dr. Scott   )  That classes be cancelled on Friday
and Saturday, March 3 and 4, 1967 to
permit the operation of Open House.
Carried.
Other Business.
Appreciation of services rendered by
Chancellor Phyllis G. Ross to
The University of British Columbia.
At the request of the Chairman, Dean Gage took the Chair and
called on President John B. Macdonald to speak.
President Macdonald then delivered the following address of
appreciation of the services rendered by Chancellor Phyllis G. Ross to
The University of British Columbia:
"On the occasion of the final meeting of Senate during
her term of office, its members desire to place on record
their respect and admiration for the distinguished service
which Chancellor Phyllis G. Ross has rendered to The
University of British Columbia.
In so doing, Senate recognizes that the Chancellor's
contributions have not been confined solely to the cause
of higher education, either in Ontario in the early days of
Carleton University, or in British Columbia for her Alma Mater,
but have furthered the welfare of this province and of Canada. Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3631
A graduate of The University of British Columbia and
Bryn Mawr College, Dr. Ross also pursued research at the
London School of Economics and the University of Marburg.
She has received honorary degrees from the universities of
New Brunswick and British Columbia, and is shortly to be
the recipient of one from the University of Victoria.
For eleven years, 1934-1945, she held responsible positions
in Ottawa with the Canadian Tariff Board, the Dominion Trade
and Industry Commission, and the Wartime Prices and Trade
Board.  During the Second World War she was the only woman
to hold the senior position of Administrator, and was
responsible for the organization, co-ordination and conservation of Oils and Fats.  Her services were recognized
by conferring upon her the title of Commander of the Order
of the British Empire, and by her inclusion among the group
of The University of British Columbia graduates who received
the degree of LL.D. in 1945 for their contributions to the
nation during the war.
On her return to this province, Dr. Ross played an
active part in the administration of numerous cultural,
philanthropic and medical associations, which led to her
being made a life member of the National Council of Women
of Canada, and of the National Council of Girl Guides of
Canada, and to being the recipient of national awards from
the Canadian Cancer Society and the Canadian Council of
Christians and Jews.  Both the Most Venerable Order of the
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem and the Sovereign and
Military Order of Malta have recognized her services.
During the term of office, 1955-1960, of her husband,
Colonel The Honourable Frank Ross, C.M.G., M.C. , K.St.J.,
LL.D., as Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, she
brought to her duties as Chatelaine of Government House a
warmth of personality, a natural gift for hospitality, and
a devotion to duty which made her a familiar figure for
thousands of British Columbians.
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Dr. Ross has served this University as a Vice President
of the Alumni Association, and as a member of the Senate
between 1951-1954 and 1960-1966.  She has been a member of
the Board of Governors between 1957-1966 and acted as its
Chairman between 1961-1963.  For the past five years she
has been Chancellor of the University.  In these capacities
she demonstrated her deep interest in the welfare of the
students, which they recognized by making her a Great Trekker,
her appreciation of the complex academic problems of a rapidly
growing University and her concern with maintaining the dignity
and importance of the office of Chancellor.
The members of Senate are proud of their association with
one of the University's most distinguished alumnae.  They are
confident that, true to her own nature, she will continue to
take an abiding interest in the progress of the University
which she has served so loyally, competently and faithfully.".
President Macdonald )
The Honourable Mr.   )
Justice Nemetz      )  That this expression of appreciation
of the services rendered by Chancellor
Phyllis G. Ross to The University of
British Columbia be spread upon the
minutes of the meeting of Senate.
Carried.
In reply, Chancellor Ross said how very touched she was by the
resolution and thanked the members most warmly.
Mr. Caple, speaking for the members of Senate, said that it had
been a privilege and a pleasure to serve under Chancellor Ross.
Results of election for Chancellor and
Convocation members of Senate, term 1966-69
The Secretary of Senate announced the results of the election
of May 25, 1966 for the Chancellor and Convocation members of Senate
for the term 1966-69: Wednesday, May 25, 1966
3633
For the Chancellorship:  Mr. John Murdoch Buchanan
For the Senate (in alphabetical order)
Mr. Justice Macdonald
Mr. R.M. Bibbs Mr.
Mr. D.M. Brousson Dr.
Mr. J. Cairnie Mr.
Mr. CM. Campbell, Jr.   Mr.
Mr. J. Guthr ie Mr.
J.S. Keate
H. Keenleyside
S. Lefeaux
D.F. Manders
D.F. Miller
Mrs. H.J. McKay
Mr. V. Rogers
Mrs. B.E. Wales
Mr. D.R. Williams
Term of those elected:  Three years, beginning immediately
following the final ceremony of the
Spring Congregation, June 3, 1966.
Appreciation to Retiring Members.
The Chairman expressed his thanks to the retiring members of
Senate for their contribution to the work of Senate during their
term of office.
The meeting adjourned at   10:15  p.m.
Secretary
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APPENDIX I. (see page 3628)
NEW COURSES AND CHANGES IN COURSES
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
For 1966-67
New course:
Course change:
"Applied Science 257.  Introduction to Analogue
Simulation.
* This course requested for all Second Year
Agricultural, Chemical and Mineral Engineering
students, and as a free elective for Second Year
Metallurgy students.
E.E.353 - title, description and hours changed as
follows:  Electromechanical Devices.  Analysis of
electromechanical devices in terms of coupled
circuits.  Double-storage transducers, rotating
transducers, commutator and polyphase machines.
(3-3*2*; 3-3*2*)
E.E.398 - title and description changed as follows:
Engineering Reports.  An engineering report is to
be made in each term on an experiment conducted in
the Electrical Engineering laboratories.
Curriculum changes:
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
Second Year - Chemistry 230 to be replaced by Chemistry 255.
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
M.E. 352 to be deleted from the list of pre-requisites for Third
Year Engineering Physics;  the course backgrounds of any students
now in Third or Fourth Year Engineering Physics who meet all
present requirements except M.E.352 to be regarded as acceptable.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Third Year, Option I
Delete M.E.371 and M.E.374   (to  be replaced
in  1967-68 by M.E.383  in Fourth Year).
Change E.E.353,   Electrical Machinery,to
the more general Electromechanical Devices
(listed above under "Course Changes").
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For 1967-68
Both options
Change E.E.398, Summer Essay, to
Engineering Reports (listed above under
"Course Changes").
New courses:
E.E. 359 Switching Circuits
E.E. 477 Solid State Devices
E.E. 479 Microwave and Quantum Electronics
E.E. 481 Introduction to Direct Energy Conversion
Course changes:  E.E.
E.E.
367 and E.E. 373 to be replaced by:
E.E. 367 Instrumentation and Measurement
471
title changed to Electromechanical Energy
Conversion
E.E. 473 - description and hours changed as follows:
Experiments on integrated engineering systems.
(0-3-0; 0-3-0)
E.E. 475 - title, description and hours changed as
follows:  Electronic Engineering.   A
comparative study of the structure and
performance characteristics of various
types of communication systems, radar
systems and other signal- and data-
processing systems.  Industrial applications
of electronics.    (2-3*-2*; 0-0-0)
E.E. 498 - title and description changed as follows:
Engineering Reports. An engineering report
is to be made in each term on an experiment
conducted in the Electrical Engineering
laboratories.
Curriculum changes:
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Third Year, Option I
Option II
Both options-
Fourth Year, Option I
Replace the present course E.E. 367 by the
revised course E.E. 367 (listed above under
"Course Changes").
Replace the present course E.E. 373 by the
revised course E.E. 367 (listed above under
"Course Changes").
Add new course E.E. 359 (listed above).
Delete Mathematics 355 (replaced by
Computer Science 251 in the Second Year).
Replace C.E. 360 by M.E. 383 (M.E. 371 and
374 in Third Year and C.E. 360 in Fourth
Year are all to be replaced by M.E. 383 in
Fourth Year).
Replace E.E. 455 by the revised course
E.E. 473 (listed above under Course Changes")
which will be taken by both options. Wednesday, May 25, 1966
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Option II - Replace the present course E.E. 473 by the
revised course E.E. 473 (listed above under
"Course Changes") which will be taken by
both options.
Both options - In view of the reduction in hours of E.E. 475
and its placement as a First Term course, in
the Second Term students will be required to
take one of the following elective courses
(all listed above under New courses"):
E.E. 477 Solid State Devices
E.E. 479 Microwave and Quantum Electronics.
E.E. 481 Introduction to Direct Energy
Conversion
FACULTY OF ARTS
Course change:
Increase in unit value on experimental basis for one
section Russian 100, to be called Intensive Basic
Russian for the session 1966-67;  and for one section
of the sequential course Russian 200 to be given in the
session 1967-68.  Each to have a value of
instead of the normal 3 units.
4% units
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
The following courses are required of students in the Fourth Year:
Oral Biology
Oral Medicine
Oral Surgery
Orthodontics
Medicine        445 General Medicine
440 Oral Biology
444 Periodontology
445 Oral Medicine and Oral Diagnosis
446 Oral Surgery
449 Clinical Interceptive Orthodontics
Public and Community
Dental Health  447 Community Dentistry II
Restorative Dentistry 441 Restorative Dentistry
Surgery 445 General Surgery
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
New Courses:
Department of Physiology
Neurophysiology 510 (3)
Department of Community and Regional Planning
Planning 550 (1-3) - Directed Studies
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Departments of Botany and Zoology
Biology 503 (1-1/2) - Principles and Techniques in Electron
Microscopy I.
Biology 504 (1-1/2) - Principles and Techniques in Electron
Microscopy II.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Course changes:
Revision of First Year Requirements
The first year requirements to be revised to read as follows:
English 100, Mathematics 120, Chemistry 102 (110 or 101),
Physics 120 (110 or 103), and an elective.  This elective
may be Biology 101, Geology 105 or a course in the Faculty
of Arts.
New courses:
Mathematics 307  (3)
Mathematics 411 (3)
Zoology 418
(1%)
Linear Algebra.  Vector spaces, linear
mappings, linear equalities and matrices,
linear inequalities and convex sets, inner
products and norms, quadratic forms.
(3-0; 3-0)
Complex Variables.  Elementary functions,
conformal mapping, integration, Cauchy
theorem, Taylor and Laurent series,
maximum modulus, residues, singularities,
meromorphic functions, analytic continuation,
elliptical functions.  (3-0; 3-0)
Experimental Cytology.  The study of living
animal cells.  Topics will include culture
in vivo and in vitro, fluorescent tracers,
phase contrast microscopy, and time lapse
conemicrography.  Lectures will be on themes
selected to illustrate the effective use which
has been made of these techniques.  (2-3; 0-0)
Course changes:
Zoology 419
Change of title from Histological and
Histochemical Technique to Histochemistry
and reduction in unit value from 2 to 1% units.
(0-0; 2-3) Wednesday, May 25, 1966
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APPENDIX II
(see page 3628)
Extra-Sessional Courses under Department of University
Extension 1966-67
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology 200
Anthropology 300
Asian Studies 410
Economics 200
Economics 300
Economics 308
English 200 (2 sections)
English 303 (4 sections)
English 321
English 365
English 390
English 420
English 429
English 454
Fine Arts 125
Fine Arts 425
French 302
French 413
German 100
German 200
History 326
History 413
History 426
Italian 100
Linguistics 300
Philosophy 317
Political Science 200
Political Science 308
Political Science 408
Psychology 100
Psychology 206
Psychology 308
Psychology 400
Russian 100
Russian 200
Sociology 200
Introduction to Anthropology
Social Organization
History of India, 1526 - 1947
Principles of Economics
Intermediate Economic Analysis
Money and Banking
Literature and Composition
English Composition
Approaches to Poetry
Shakespeare
A Survey of English Literature of the
19th Century
Modern Period
Contemporary Literature
American Novel
History of Art
History of Modern Art
Studies in French Language and Style
The Novel from the Goncourt Brothers
to Proust
First Year German
Second Year German
British North America, 1783 - 1867
The Reformation
Canada after 1867
First Year Italian
General Linguistics
Philosophy of Religion
Democratic Government and Politics
International Organization Since 1919
Soviet and East European Politics
Introduction to Psychology
Dynamics of Behaviour
Social Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Basic Russian
Second Year Russian
Introduction to Sociology
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Sociology 301
Sociology 415
Spanish 100
Spanish 200
Theatre 301
Deviance
The Sociology of Religion
First Year Spanish
Second Year Spanish
Children's Theatre
Kelowna - English 200 or 303, and Psychology 206 or 308
Prince George - English 311
Correspondence course: History 326  British North America, 1783-1867
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Mathematics 300
Mathematics 306
Zoology 419
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
(a) On-Campus
Education 305
Education 308
Education 309
Education 333
Education 336
Education 405
Education 407
Education 430
Education 470
Education 565
(b) Off-Campus
Abbotsford
Chilliwack
Chilliwack
Kelowna
Mission
Calculus II
Topics in Geometry
Histological and Histochemical Technique
Art Education
Physical Education
General Science for Elementary School
Teachers
Curriculum arid Instruction in Pre-School
Nursery Schools and Kindergartens
Modern Theories of Pre-School Education
Curriculum and Instruction in the Primary
Grades - Advanced
Introduction to the Study of Exceptional
Children
History of Education
Educational Sociology
Special Course in Subject Matter Field -
Biology
Education 332
Education 305
Education 415
Education 407
Education 416
Psychology of Adolescence - Development
and Adjustment
Art Education
Developmental Reaiing
Introduction to the Study of Exceptional
Children
Speech Education Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3640
(Prince George   English 311   Children's Literature (Arts course
open only to teachers) )
Quesnel Education 331  Psychology of Childhood
Surrey Education 470 Educational Sociology
Vernon Education 400  Philosophy of Education
A Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3641
APPENDIX  III
New Awards and Changes in Awards  (see page 3629)
The Panco Poultry Research Awards
Through the generosity of Panco Poultry Ltd., research awards to the
total of $2,500.00 are offered annually to graduates or undergra'duates
in poultry science for research and investigation in the fields of
poultry nutrition, physiology, genetics and products technology.   The
awards will be made by the Scholarship Committee on the recommendation
of the Chairman of the Department of Poultry Science.
Golder, Brawner and Associates Scholarship
A scholarship of $100, gift of Golder, Brawner and Associates,
Vancouver, will be awarded to the undergraduate in Civil Engineering
with the highest standing in the subject of soil mechanics, who is
continuing in the next year of his course.  The award will be made
on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering.    %
The Fraser Valley Dental Society Bursary
The Fraser Valley Dental Society offers annually a bursary to a
student beginning or continuing studies in the Faculty of Dentistry.
The bursary will be awarded by the University to a student who needs
financial assistance and has a satisfactory academic record, and whose
home is in the Fraser Valley.  The recipient of this bursary is asked
to assume a moral obligation to reimburse the fund when he has
completed his training.
The Arthur Crease Award
This prize of $300, the gift of the Section of Psychiatry of the "British
Columbia Medical Association, is offered to the student in the graduating
class of the Faculty of Medicine who presents the best graduating thesis
or essay on a psychiatric subject.
Totem Park Residence Association Bursaries
Two bursaries of $100 each, gift of the Totem Park Residence Association,
are offered annually to students in any year and faculty who have lived
in Totem Park Residence for the previous year, who have good scholastic
standing, and who are in need of financial assistance. Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3642
The Fyfe-Smith Bursary
A bursary of $500, the gift of Florence Fyfe-Smith, is offered annually
to a Native Indian student attending the University of B.C. in a full
programme of studies.  It will be awarded to a student who is registered
in the School of Social Work or in the Faculty of Education.  The
award will be made to a student with satisfactory standing who needs
financial assistance.
The David Neil Hossie, Q.C., Scholarship in Corporation Law
This scholarship of $150, given by his wife and family in memory of
David Neil Hossie, D.S.O., Q.C, B.A. (Sask), Rhodes Scholar, B.A.,
M.A. (Oxford), serves to pay tribute to his fine personal qualities,
his distinguished military record in the First World War, and his
outstanding record in the legal profession.  To commemorate his special
professional interest, this scholarship will be awarded, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law, to a student attaining high proficiency
in the field of Corporation Law.
The Northern Building Maintenance Ltd. Prize
A prize of $100, the gift of Mr. Gino Cortese, Northern Building
Maintenance Ltd., will be awarded annually to the student in the
graduating class in the Faculty of Medicine who, in the opinion of the
Faculty of Medicine, has the second highest standing and is the runner-
up for the position of the Head of the Graduating Class.
The Sherritt Gordon Graduate Scholarship in Mineral Engineering
A scholarship of $1000, gift of Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited, is
offered annually to a student proceeding to a graduate degree in Mineral
Engineering at the University of British Columbia.  It will be awarded
on the recommendation of the Head of the Department.
Knowlton Realty Ltd., Centennial Scholarship
This scholarship of $3,000, which is the contribution of the donor to
the centennial celebrations, is offered to a graduate in Land Economy
or Estate Management of the University of Cambridge or of London for
post-graduate studies leading to the degree of Master of Business
Administration.  The holder of the scholarship will be required to offer
estate management as his field of special interest.  The award will be
made on the recommendation of the Faculty. Wednesday, May 25, 1966 3643
The Upjohn Company of Canada Scholarship
This scholarship of $200, presented by the Upjohn Company of Canada,
will be awarded annually for general proficiency in the First Year
of the Pharmacy course.
Coote, Roxburgh and Kuys Realty Limited Prize
A prize of $100, the gift of Coote, Roxburgh and Kuys Realty Limited,
will be awarded to the student with the highest standing in the course
Commerce 309 (Urban Land Investments).
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Loan Fund (Dentistry)
A grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, Michigan,
provides a fund for loans to undergraduates in Dentistry.
The Stella Shopland Memorial Fund
An annual prize of $75, established as a memorial to Stella Shopland by
her friends and associates, serves to mark the esteem and affection in
which she was held by her colleagues and students.   In tribute to her
special interest in children's literature, this prize will be awarded
to a full-time undergraduate in the Faculty of Education who achieves
distinction in English 311 (Children's Literature).
Ocean Cement Limited Entrance Scholarships
Ocean Cement Limited annually offers scholarships to a total of $1,000,
open in competition to employees' sons and daughters who are proceeding
in the fall from Grade Xll or Xlll to a full course of University studies.
Three Scholarships of approximately equal value are provided, one for
attendance at each of the University of British Columbia, the University
of Victoria, and Simon Fraser University.  Candidates for these
scholarships must (a) write a full set of scholarship examinations
conducted in June by the Department of Education, B.C., and (b) complete
the General Application for Scholarship Form, which may be obtained from
Dean Walter H. Gage, University of B.C., Vancouver 8, B.C.   The
completed application must be returned to Dean Gage not later than
May 31st.  These scholarships will be awarded to the applicants who,
in the opinion of the Selection Committee, are best qualified in terms
of academic merit combined with interest and participation in school or
community affairs. Wednesday, May 25, 1966
Tahsis Company Ltd. Entrance Scholarship
Tahsis Company Ltd. offers annually a scholarship of $500 to a first
year student to attend the University of B.C., the University of
Victoria, or Simon Fraser University.  This scholarship is open in
competition to sons and daughters of employees of the Company
proceeding in the fall from Grade XII or XIII to studies leading to a
degree in any field.  Students who wish to compete must complete the
General Application for Scholarship Form, obtainable from Dean Walter
H. Gage, University of B.C., Vancouver 8, B.C.  It must be received
at the University by May 30th.  The application must state the names
of the applicant's parents, one of whom must have been employed by
the Company for a minimum of one full year, and give brief details
of their service with the Company.  All candidates must write a full
set of Grade XII or XIII examinations, conducted in June by the
Department of Education, B.C.  The award will be made to the
candidate obtaining the highest standing.  In the event that the
candidate wins another scholarship, the University and the Company
reserve the right to decide whether the Tahsis Company Ltd.
Scholarship shall be paid to the winner or revert to the candidate
with the next highest standing.
Scholarships in the Diploma Program of Adult Education
For each of the two years, 1966-67 and 1967-68, nine scholarships
provided by the Department of University Extension and varying from
$100 to $500 are offered to students who undertake the Faculty of
Education-Extension Department Diploma Program in Adult Education.
Selection of the winners will be made by the Faculty of Education
and the Department of Extension on the basis of scholastic standing,
demonstrated interest in adult education and apparent ability to make
a significant contribution to the field.  In making the awards,
financial circumstances of the candidate may also be considered.  The
specific amounts and terms of the awards are as follows:  2 scholarships
of $500 available to students who will be in full-time residence for
one academic year;  2 scholarships of $250 and 5 scholarships of $100
available to resident, extra-sessional and summer session students.
The T. Halpert-Scanderbeg Memorial Scholarship
As a memorial to Tadeusz Halpert-Scanderbeg, long-time professor of
Polish language and literature at the University of B.C, this
scholarship of $200 is offered for graduate work at this University
in the field of Polish studies.  It will be awarded from time to
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time to a deserving student on the recommendation of the Department of
Slavonic Studies.  Should there be no graduate candidate, the
scholarship may be awarded to the most deserving student of Polish
language or literature who will proceed to third or fourth year
courses in this field.
The Teachers of Home Economics Specialist Association Bursary
A bursary of $200, gift of the Teachers of Home Economics Specialist
Association, is offered to women students in British Columbia entering
the School of Home Economics.  Selection of the recipient will be
made on the basis of academic standing;  aptitude for and promise in
the field of Home Economics;  personal qualities and character;  and
interest and participation in school and community affairs.  The
financial circumstances of the applicant may also be a factor.
Students should apply on the University Bursary Form, obtainable
after June 1st from the office of the Dean of Inter-Faculty and
Student Affairs, University of B.C.  The application form must be
returned not later than July 15th.
Changes in Awards
H.M.C.S. Discovery Chapter, I.O.D.E., Bursary - increased in value
from $75 to $100.
Agriculture Women's Undergraduate Society Bursary -  increased in
value from $50 to $75.

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