Open Collections

UBC Publications

UBC Publications

UBC Publications

[Meeting minutes of the Senate of The University of British Columbia] Sep 1, 1960

Item Metadata

Download

Media
senmin-1.0115888.pdf
Metadata
JSON: senmin-1.0115888.json
JSON-LD: senmin-1.0115888-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): senmin-1.0115888-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: senmin-1.0115888-rdf.json
Turtle: senmin-1.0115888-turtle.txt
N-Triples: senmin-1.0115888-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: senmin-1.0115888-source.json
Full Text
senmin-1.0115888-fulltext.txt
Citation
senmin-1.0115888.ris

Full Text

Array Thursday, September 1, I960  283,c
The first regular meeting of the Senate of the
University of British Columbia for the Session 1960-61 was
held on Thursday, September 1st, 1960, at 8:00 p.m., in the
Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:  President N.A.M. MacKenzie (in the Chair),
Dean G.C Andrew, Mrs. H.F. Angus, Rev. J. Blexirett, Mrs. T.R.
Boggs, Mr. K.P. Caple, Dean S.N.F. Chant, Mr. M. Collins, Dr.
I. McT. Cowan, Dr. G.R. Elliott, Dr. W.H. Gaddes, Dean W.H.
Gage, Dr. W.C Gibson, Mr. B.C. Gillie, Mr. H.C Gilliland,
Mr. C.C Gourlay, Mr. G.C Hacker, Mr. W.E. Ireland, Dr. F.H.
Johnson, Dr. J.E.A. Kania, Mr. J.S. Keate, Dr. J.L. Keays,
Mr. F.M. Knapp, Mr. L.J. Ladner, Mr. S.L. Lipson, Dean H.
McCrae, Dean J.F. McCreary, Dr. A.D. McKenzie, Dean E.D.
MacPhee, Mr. F.A. Morrison, Dean D.M. Myers, Mr. N.T. Nemetz,
Mr. E.P. Nicol, Mr. II.N. Parrott, Dr. A.J. Renney, Dr. W.
Robbins, Mr. J.V. Rogers, Dr. C.A. Rowles, Dr. W.N. Sage,
Dean N.V. Scarfe, Dr. R.F. Sharp* Dean F.H. Soward, Mr. E.C.E.
Todd, The Honourable Mr. Justice D.R. Verchere, Mr. R.T.D.
Wallace, Mr. A.A. Webster, Mr. H.C. Wilkinson, Dr. S.H.
Zbarsky and Mr. N. Harlow.
Messages of regret for their inability to be
present were received from Dean G.S. Allen, Very Rev. H. Carr,
Mr. A.W.R. Carrothers, Dean G.F. Curtis, Major H.C Holmes,
Mr. J.N. Hyland, Dean A.W. Matthews, Mrs. F.M. Ross, Dean
G.M. Shrum, Rev. W.S. Taylor, Dr. G.M. Volkoff, Dr. R.W.
Wellwood and Dr. D.M. Whitelaw. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2836
New Members
The new members of Senate for the ensuing three-
year term were introduced and welcomed to the meeting.  The
Chairman expressed appreciation for their willingness to
serve the University in this way.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dean Soward )
Dean MacPhee)  That the minutes of the fifth regular
meeting of Senate for the Session
1959-60, having been circulated, be
taken as read and adopted.
Carried.
Report on Senate Elections,
May 31st, 1960
The Secretary read a summary of the report of the
*Scrutineers on the Senate Election, and the names of
candidates elected.  It was agreed that, as was customary,
the full report should be included in the minutes.
"The Senate Election for 1960 was held on
May 31st, in conformity with the University Act and
the regulations of the Senate in reference thereto.
The Chancellorship of the University having
been filled by the re-election by acclamation of
Dr. Albert Edward Grauer, no ballot was received
for that office.
The total number of ballots received for
Members of Senate was 7,188.  Of these 7,166 were
valid, 15 could not be identified, and 7 were
spoiled.
We have counted the votes in the above-
mentioned valid ballots and find the following
to be the result:
*W. Robbins, R. D. James, Barnett Savery,
L.G.R. Crouch, Jack J.R. Campbell Candidates Elected
Thursday, September 1, 1960
Number of Votes
2837
1. Nicol, Eric P.
2. Keate, J. Stuart
3. Ireland, Willard E.
4. Caple, Kenneth P.
5. Ross, Phyllis G. (Mrs. F. M.)
6. Keays, John L.
7. Boggs, Mary P. (Mrs. T. R.)
8. Webster, Arnold A.
9. McTaggart-Cowan, Ian
10. Rogers, Joseph V.
11. Angus, Annie M. (Mrs. H. F.)
12. Kania,   Joseph E.  A.
13. Sage,   Walter N.
14. Verchere, The Hon. Mr. Justice David R,
15. Hacker, George C
Candidates Not Elected
16. Dawe,   Arthur P.
17. Campbell,   Charles McK.   Jr.
18. Banfield,   W.  Orson
19. Warren,   Harry V.
20. Logan,   Harry T.
21. Jack, Wilfred R.
22. Ranta, Pauline K. (Mrs. L. E.)
23. Ormsby, Margaret A.
24. Brown, Joseph F.
25. Fallis, Mary M.
26. Macdonald, Alexander B.
27. Watson, Charles C
28. Hooley, Agnes (Mrs. J. G.)
29. Fisher, Lois M. (Mrs. A. W.)
30. Harris, Mrs. Clare B.
The Chairman commented that, in the event of a
vacancy occurring among the elected membership prior to the
next election, the candidate with the largest number of votes
among those not elected would be invited to fill the vacancy.
He explained also that, in view of his heavy
responsibilities in connection with the Board of Governors,
the Chancellor of the University was not often able to attend
the meetings of Senate, although he was an ex-officio member.
Received
5;
453
5,
001
4,
506
4,
149
3,
942
3,
933
3,
887
3,
879
3,
861
3,
841
3,
436
3,
412
3,
390
3,
285
3,
279
3,
266
3,
063
3,
062
3,
014
2,
990
2,
817
2,
700
2,
588
2,
569
2,
501
1,
804
1,
684
1,
534
1,
495
1,
206." Thursday, September 1, 1960  2838
Notice of Appointment of
Representatives on Senate
Alumni Association Board
of Management
Notice was received that the Alumni Association had
appointed as the three representatives of its Board of
Management on Senate:  Mr. J. N. Hyland, Mr. N. T. Nemetz
and Mr. M. Collins.  The term of appointment was 1960-63,
but the Association might make changes at its annual meetings
during that term.
Anglican Theological College
of British Columbia
Notice was received that the Anglican Theological
College of British Columbia had appointed its new Principal,
Reverend J. Blewett, as its representative on Senate for the
three years commencing May 28th, 1960.
Union College of British
Columbia
Notice was received that Union College had
re-appointed Rev. W. S. Taylor as its representative on Senate
for the three-year term commencing in May, 1960.
Membership of Committees
Established on Recommendation
of the Committee to Organize
the Work of Senate
For the information of new members of Senate, the
Chairman referred to the recommendations of the Committee to
Organize the Work of Senate, which had been approved at the
previous meeting.  The Secretary then read the following Thursday, September 1, 1960  2839
suggestions as to membership of the resultant new committees:
Executive Committee
Mr. J. N. Hyland
Dr. R. F. Sharp
Mrs. H. F. Angus
)
)     Three non-faculty members
)
Mr. A.W.R. Carrothers)  Two elected representatives
Dr. G. M. Volkoff   )  of Faculties
President N.A.M. MacKenzie
Dean G. C. Andrew
Dean W. H. Gage
Dean S.N.F. Chant
Mr. J.E.A. Parnall
Chancellor A. E. Grauer
Ex-officio
Examinations Committee
Dr. R. D. James
Dr. G. M. Volkoff
Mr. F. A. Morrison
Dr. W. Robbins
Dr. W. C. Gibson
Dr. R. F. Sharp
Mrs. H. F. Angus
Dr. J.E.A. Kania
Mr. E. P. Nicol
Mr. A. A. Webster
Five Faculty members
Five non-faculty members
Chancellor A. E. Grauer   )
President N.A.M. MacKenzie)  Ex-officio
Dean G. C. Andrew        )
Mr. J.E.A. Parnall       )
Appeals Committee on Academic Standing
Mr. N. T. Nemetz )
Rev. W. S. Taylor)  Non-faculty
Chancellor A. E. Grauer   )
President N.A.M. MacKenzie)
Dean G. C. Andrew       ) Ex-officio
Dean W. H. Gage )
Mr. J.E.A. Parnall       )
To Plan for a Special Congregation
in Victoria in 1961
The Secretary read also the following proposal as Thursday, September 1, 1960  2810
to appointees to a committee to consider and plan for a
Special Congregation in Victoria in the spring of 1961 to
confer degrees of the University of British Columbia on the
graduates of Victoria College qualifjring for such degrees:
Committee on Special Congregation
at Victoria College, 1961
Dr. R. M. Clark
Mr. Willard Ireland
His Honour Judge J. B. Clearihue
Mr. R.T.D. Wallace
Mr. R. R. Jeffels
Mr. J.E.A. Parnall
Chancellor A. E. Grauer   )
President N.A.M. MacKenzie)  Ex-officio
Dean G. C Andrew        )
It was agreed that all the foregoing committees
should be appointed as recommended.
To be Appointed in Accordance
with Resolution of the Faculty
Association concerning a Study
of the Higher Educational Needs
of British Columbia
Copies of a resolution of the Faculty Association
urging that the University make an extensive and detailed
study of the higher educational needs of British Columbia,
had been circulated to Senate earlier in the year; and Senate
at its previous meeting had asked Dean Curtis in consultation
with certain members of the Senate Executive Committee to
recommend personnel for a Senate Committee to work in
association with, or concurrently with, the Faculty Association
in undertaking such a survey.  The nominating group had made
the following recommendations: Thursday, September 1, 1960  2841
(a) That Dr. Robbins as Chairman, Dr. Kenny, Dr. Mather,
Dr. Anderson, Dr. Volkoff, Mr. R. T. Wallace, Dean
McCrae, Dean Myers, Mr. Harlow and Mr. Selman, with
ex-officio the President or his Deputy, the Secretary
of Senate and the Dean of Administrative and Inter-
Faculty Affairs, be constituted a committee to explore
ways and means of undertaking a study of the needs,
in their academic aspects, of higher education in this
province and to define the scope of such a study and
the areas which should be covered by it, and to report
to Senate on these matters;
(b) That items (c) and (d) of the resolution of the Faculty
Association ("....that the study arrive at a new formula
whereby provincial and federal grants are made to the
University", and "....that the University seek financial
support for such a study from a private foundation, and
failing such support, ...that the Board of Governors
defray the cost of such a study") be referred to the
Board of Governors for its consideration.
It was agreed that the committee should be
appointed as recommended, and the items specified referred
to the Board of Governors for consideration since they did
not come within the normal sphere of concern of Senate.
Appointment of Standing and ad hoc
Committees, and Representatives on
University Committees, for the
Session 1960-61
The Chairman made reference to the large number of
Senate committees, and University committees with Senate
representation.  It had been the custom of Senate in recent
years to authorize the Chairman at the August-September
meeting, in consultation with members of Senate and of the
Faculties concerned, to prepare recommendations as to changes
in committee membership, for approval of Senate at the
October meeting. However, in view of the extensive changes
in Senate membership, and the late start of committee Thursday, September 1, 1960  2842
meetings if appointments were not made until October, the
Chairman in consultation with appropriate members of Senate
had reviewed the committees.
Mr. Gilliland)
Mr. Ladner  )  That, in conformity with established
practice, the changes in membership of
Senate committees and in Senate
representation on University committees
be approved as proposed by the Chairman,
and that the complete list of Senate
committee memberships be included in
the minutes of this meeting.
Carried.
The Chancellor, the President, the Deputy to the
President and the Registrar are ex-officio members of all
Senate committees.
Committee on Examinations,
B.C. Institute of Agrologists
Dean Blythe Eagles (Chairman)
Dr. V. C. Brink
Mr. Jacob Biely
Committee to Consider the Colour
of Hoods for New Degrees
Mr. B. C. Binning (Chairman)
Dean Helen McCrae
Mr. W. E. Ireland
Mrs. T. R. Boggs
Committee on a Proposed
Faculty of Dentistry
Dr. J. M. Mather (Chairman)
Dr. L. E. Ranta
Dean W. H. Gage
Dr. C. A. McDowell
Dr. S. M. Friedman
Dr. B. Savery
Mr. N. T. Nemetz
Dean J. F. McCreary Thursday, September 1, 1960  2843
Committee on English-Language
Problems of Foreign Students
Mr. J.E.A. Parnall (Chairman)
Dean G. C Andrew
Dean S.N.F. Chant
Dean W. H. Gage
Mrs. H. F. Angus
Mr. C B. Bourne
Mr. J. H. Creighton
Mrs. L. D. Hayward
Dr. M. F. McGregor
Dr. A. D. Moore
Mr. A. E. Piloto
Mr. R. J. Gregg
Committee on Extra-Sessional
Credit Programme
Dean W. II. Gage (Chairman)
Mr. J.E.A. Parnall (Secretary)
Dean G. C Andrew
Dean S.N.F. Chant
Dean G. N. Perry
Dean E. D. MacPhee
Dr. R. D. James
Dean N. V. Scarfe
Dr. J. K. Friesen
Mr. G. Selman
Committee on Honorary Degrees
Dean F. II. Soward (Chairman)
Mr. R. R. Jeffels (Secretary)
Dean G. F. Curtis
Dean S.N.F. Chant
Dean D. M. Myers
Dean Blythe A. Eagles
Dean A. W. Matthews
Dean George Allen
Dean W. H. Gage
Dean G. N. Perry
Dean Helen McCrae
Dean G. M. Shrum
Dean N. V. Scarfe
hr.  Mark Collins
Mr. J. Stuart Keate
Mrs. T. R. Boggs
Dr. R. M. Clark Thursday, September 1, 1960  2841
Committee on Memorial Minutes
Dr. W. Robbins (Chairman)
Mr. Eric P. Nicol
Dr. Harry Hickman
Committee on Military Education
President N.A.M. MacKenzie (Chairman)
Dean S.N.F. Chant
Dean W. H. Gage
Mr. Allan II. Finlay
Dean G. M. Shrum
Lt.Col. J. F. McLean
Lt.Col. F. A. Morrison, CO., U.B.C Contingent, C.O.T.C
Surg.-Cdr. M. Young, CO., U.N.T.D.
W/C R. G. Herbert, CO., R.C.A.F. (Auxiliary)
University Flight
President, Alma Mater Society
The Honourable Sherwood Lett
Cdr. E.S.W. Belyea
Maj. R. R. Jeffels
Press Committee
Mr. Kenneth P. Caple (Chairman)
Mr. James A. Banham (Secretary)
Mr. Aubrey Roberts
Mr. J. Stuart Keate
Mr. Eric P. Nicol
Mr. George C Hacker
Mr. Joseph V. Rogers
Mrs. T. R. Boggs
Committee on Professors Emeriti
Dr. W. N. Sage (Chairman)
Mrs. H. F. Angus
Dr. Joseph E. A. Kania
Dr. A. J. Renney
Committee on Recreation, Athletics
and Physical Education
Dean A. W. Matthews (Chairman)
Miss Elizabeth McCann (Secretary)
Dr. H. V. Warren
Dr. R. D. James
Dean S.N.F. Chant
Dr. Malcolm F. McGregor
Dr. James M. Mather
Mr. R. F. Osborne
Dr. W. C Gibson Thursday, September 1, 1960  2845
Committee on Recreation, Athletics
and Physical Education, Cont'd.
Dean D. M. Myers
Mrs. H. F. Angus
Dr. C. A. Rowles
Dean W. H. Gage
Mrs. M. Penney
Mr. B. C. Gillie
Consultant Committee on
Student Adjustment
Dr. J. M. Mather (Chairman)
Dr. A. K. Young
Dean G. C. Andrew
Dean W. H. Gage
Dr. James S. Tyhurst
Mr. J. F. McLean
Mr. J. Haar
Committee on Suggestions for
University Reports
Mr. G.O.B. Davies (Chairman)
Mr. R. R. Jeffels
Mr. B. C. Binning
Mr. K. P. Caple
Mr. S. Read
Mr. George C. Hacker
Mr. J. de Bruyn
Dr. K. Mann
Committee on Methods of Instruction (Ad Hoc)
Dean S.N.F. Chant (Chairman)
Dr. S. A. Jennings (Co-Chairman and Secretary)
Dean W. H. Gage
Mrs. H. F. Angus
Mr. A. A. Webster
Dean D. M. Myers
Dr. R. D. James
Dean G. C. Andrew
Dr. M. F. McGregor
Senate Representatives on University Committees
Committee on Fraternities and Sororities
Dean W. H. Gage
Dean Helen McCrae
Mrs. T. R. Boggs Thursday, September 1, 1960  2846
Joint Board of the College of Education
Dean W. H. Gage
Men's Athletic Committee
Dean A. W. Matthews
University Committee on Public Relations
Mr. J. S. Keate
U.B.C. Development Council
Dr. W. Gibson
Mr. M. Collins.
Committees Discharged: To Consider Appeals from Students,
Curriculum, To Organize the Work of Senate, On Student
Housing Policy, and On Proposed New Course in Religious
Studies
Committees to be Replaced by President's Committees: On
Development of Musical Studies in the University, and
Re Establishing School of Rehabilitation.
Appointment of Senate Representative on
Board of Health Centre for Children
Miss M. Fallis, who had been re-appointed as the
Senate representative on the Board of Directors of the
Health Centre for Children for the year April, 1960 to
March, 1961, was not at present a member of Senate.
Mr. Gillie)
Dr. Kania )  That Mr. Hyland be appointed to complete
the current term as Senate representative
on the Board of Directors of the Health
Centre for Children, and that a letter of
appreciation be sent to Miss Fallis for
her past service on this Board.
Carried.
From the Board of Governors
Approval of Recommendations
of Senate
Notice was received that the Board of Governors
on May 25th, 1960, had approved new courses and changes in
courses as recommended by Senate on May llth. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2847
New Awards, accepted subject
to Approval of Senate
Notice was received that the Board of Governors,
at its meetings on May 25th, June 27th, July 25th and
August 29th, 1960, had approved the following ne\t  awards
and changes in awards, subject to approval of Senate:
The Norman MacKenzie Prize in Public International Law
Dr. Maxwell A Cameron Memorial Medals and Prizes - change
in Calendar description
The Japanese Canadian Citizens' Association B. C.
Centennial Scholarship Fund
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation Undergraduate
Scholarships for Teachers
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation Postgraduate
Scholarships for Teachers
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction Graduate
Scholarship
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction Scholarship
in Architecture
J. W. Gehrke Memorial Scholarship
The Smith, Davidson &  Lecky Ltd. Scholarships in
Education
The Alpha Gamma Delta Mothers' Club Bursary
The Social Work Prize - name changed to "The Social Work
Alumni Prize"
Hoffman-La Roche Prize in Animal Nutrition
The Boultbee, Sweet Scholarship
The Collingwood Branch No. 48 Canadian Legion Scholarships
The McLean Fraser Memorial Fellowships
The Oscar Soderman Memorial Bursary Fund
The Saint Thomas More Law Burses
Gill-Pix Scholarship - name changed to "Gill Interprovincial Lines Limited Scholarship"
Bunston Ltd. Scholarship in Electrical Engineering -
discontinued
Allied Chemical Canada Scholarship.
These would be presented by Dean Gage for formal
approval later in the meeting. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2848
Recommendation as to Change
in Status of Neurological
Research, and Establishment
in the Faculty of Medicine
of a Department of the History
of Medicine and Science
The Board of Governors at its meeting on August 29th
had approved, subject to concurrence of Senate, a recommendation that the Department of Neurological Research become a
division of the Department of Psychiatry, to be known as
"The Kinsmen Laboratory of Neurological Research" and that a
Department of The History of Medicine and Science be
established in the Faculty of Medicine. Contingent upon
concurrence of Senate in this establishment, the Board had
approved the appointment of Dr. W. C. Gibson as Professor
and Head of the new Department, effective September 1st, 1960.
Dr. Gibson would also be a Research Professor in Psychiatry,
and would direct the Kinsmen Laboratory of Neurological
Research, at least for the time being.
At the request of the Chairman, Dean McCreary
outlined the reasons for the proposed change in status,
and Dr. Gibson described the functions of the new Department
and its relation to existing departments of the University.
The courses at present offered in the Faculty of
Graduate Studies by the Department of Neurological Research
would be offered henceforth by the Department of Psychiatry.
Dean McCreary)
Dr. McKenzie )  That Senate concur in the change in
status of Neurological Research and
the establishment in the Faculty of
Medicine of a Department of the History
of Medicine and Science, as recommended
by the Board of Governors, to become Thursday, September 1, 1960  2849
effective September 1st, 1960; and that
Senate approve the transfer of graduate
courses from the Department of
Neurological Research to the Department
of Psychiatry.
Carried.
Report on Mr. D.F.H. Whitford -
Physical Education Requirement
At its previous meeting, Senate had asked the
President and the Registrar to investigate the case of
Douglas Frank Harry Whitford, who had completed the academic
requirements for a degree (Bachelor of Science) but had not
undertaken compulsory physical education, despite warnings
that this was also a requirement for a degree.
The Registrar had spoken by telephone to the student
and his father, but no adequate explanation had been offered
of his failure to comply with regulations. During the summer,
Mr. Whitford had undertaken physical activities which
satisfied the School of Physical Education, and his name
would therefore be included with those of other candidates
for degrees in October.
Report on Registration,
Summer Session, 1960
A report on Summer Session registration in credit
courses for the years 1951 to 1960, and registration by
courses for the 1960 Summer Session, was circulated at the
meeting. The Registrar explained that in certain Departments,
several courses were given jointly, with differing assignments
to students at different levels.  The list also included some
essay and thesis courses in cases where students were not able Thursday, September 1, 1960  28f0
to register for them during the regular Winter Session.
The report of the Director of Summer Session, and
report on the Summer School of the Arts and Public Affairs,
would be prepared for the October meeting of Senate.
From the Faculties
Recommendations that Certain
Students be Required to Withdraw
A list dated September 1st of students with
unsatisfactory standing as defined in the Calendar and
approved by Senate for their respective Faculties, was circulated
at the meeting, with the recommendation that these students be
required to withdraw from those Faculties for 1960-61.
Dean Gage  )
Dean MacPhee)  That the students listed be required to
withdraw for 1960-61 from the Faculty
in which they were registered in 1959-60,
with the proviso that the Deans of the
Faculties concerned in consultation with
the Registrar and the Chairman of Senate
may be authorized to make any necessary
alterations in the list.
Carried.
Faculty of Arts and Science
Possible Representation
of Victoria College
Dean Chant reported that there had not been a
regular meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Science since the
previous meeting of Senate, consequently no further action
had yet been taken on the request of Victoria College for
representation on the Faculty of Arts and Science. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2851
Prince George Resident
Instructor
The request from Prince George for credit courses
in English to be offered by a resident Faculty member in the
1960-61 Session, on an experimental basis, had been discussed
by the Faculty of Arts and Science at a special meeting, and
recommended "on the understanding that it be entirely
experimental and in no manner commit the University to
similar projects in the future".  A poll of Senate members
had been conducted, in order to avoid the necessity of a
special meeting, and approval obtained for the proposal on
the basis outlined.
Dean Andrew stated that Mr. R. J. Baker was willing
to undertake the assignment; that the courses to be offered
would be English 200, 300, and 439; that registration in the
two latter courses would be restricted in the same way as
at the University of British Columbia; that the three hours
per course per week would be in at least two, and probably
three, separate periods; that special arrangements had been
made with respect to library facilities and book supplies;
and that the students would write the same examinations, at
the same time, as those attending the University of British
Columbia. As previously reported, all costs involved would
be borne by the Prince George Board of School Trustees, with
students paying the regular university fees.
Mr. Ladner)
Dr. Cowan )  That Senate formally ratify the approval
given earlier to the offering of three
English courses in Prince George in the
1960-61 Session, on an experimental basis.
Carried. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2852
Additional Extra-sessional
Courses, 1960-61
In addition to the extra-sessional courses approved
at the previous meeting, Psychology 100 and Psychology 201
were recommended for 1960-61 by the Department of Psychology,
Dean of Arts and Science, and Department of University
Extension.
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage )  That these further extra-sessional courses
be approved for 1960-61 on the understanding
that they will be submitted to the Faculty
of Arts and Science at its next meeting.
Carried.
Changes in Second Year
Programme in Chemistry,
Mathematics and Physics
Two years' experience with the programme for Second
Year of the B.Sc and honours programme in Chemistry and
Physics had indicated that the required five units in each
of these subjects and Mathematics, plus a three-unit non-
science elective, was too heavy and restrictive.  The Faculty
of Arts and Science, at a specialmeeting in June, had approved
a recommendation of the departments concerned that their
respective two-unit courses should be increased to three
units each, and that the number of courses required should
be reduced, permitting a greater freedom of choice to the
students.  The Department of Physics had recommended also
that for Honours students Physics 200(3) and Physics 201(2)
be replaced by Physics 204(3) - Heat and Modern Physics and
Physics 206(3) - Mechanics. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2853
Dean Gage )
Dean Chant)  That the changes in courses and requirements
in Second Year Chemistry, Mathematics and
Physics be approved as recommended.
Carried.
Reports of Committees
Prizes, Scholarships and
Bursaries
Sessional Awards
Copies of List No. 2, dated June 17th, 1960, of
awards based on standing in the Session 1959-60, were
circulated.
Dean Gage)
Mr. Knapp)  That the students named on List No. 2 be
granted the awards for which they are
recommended.
Carried.
Postponements of Awards
Dean Gage recommended that, on their request, the
following students should be granted postponements of awards
for a period of one year:
John P. Bell - Trans-Canada Investment Corporation
Scholarship
Sharon A. Brown - Crown Zellerbach Canada Limited
Scholarship
John Gansen - Crown Zellerbach Canada Limited Scholarship.
Dean Gage  )
Dean MacPhee)  That postponement of these awards be
approved, as recommended.
Carried.
New Awards and Changes
in Awards
Acceptance of the following new awards and changes Thursday, September 1, 1960 2854
in awards was recommended, under the terms indicated:
The Norman MacKenzie Prize in Public
International Law
In honour of Dr. Norman MacKenzie a prize of $50.00,
established and endowed by an anonymous donor, is
offered annually to the student in Law obtaining the
highest standing in Public International Law.
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction
Scholarship in Architecture
A scholarship of $250.00, donated annually, will be
awarded to a student in the Third Year who ranks
high in the course in Structural Engineering (Arch. 355)
and who has shown special proficiency in the use of
structural steel in the design of building or
buildings.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction
Graduate Scholarship
A scholarship of $400.00, donated annually by the
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, is offered
to a civil engineering student beginning or
continuing studies in the Graduate Faculty at this
University.  The award will be made to a student
who undertakes a research project related to
structural steel.  The winner will be selected on
the recommendation of the Department of Civil
Engineering.
J. W. Gehrke Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship of $100.00, will be awarded to an
outstanding undergraduate at the University of
British Columbia.
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation
Undergraduate Scholarships for Teachers
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation offers
annually six scholarships tenable at the University
of British Columbia or at Victoria College.  An
applicant must be actively engaged in teaching in
the Province, must hold a B. C Teaching Certificate,
must have high academic standing (an overall average
of at least Second Class, in terms of University of
British Columbia grades, with First Class in the
particular area or areas in which he proposes to
major), and must give assurance of returning to
educational service in British Columbia on Thursday, September 1, 1960  2855
completion of his University studies. The awards
are of two types:  (a)  two scholarships of $1,500.00
each for teachers taking leave of absence to proceed
in a full programme of studies in the regular winter
session toward a B.Ed, degree.  One scholarship is
for the elementary field, the other for the secondary
field; (b)  four scholarships of $250.00 each for
teachers proceeding in a full programme of studies
in the summer session toward the B.Ed, degree.  Two
of the scholarships are for the elementary field and
two for the secondary field.  The completed application
form and all necessary documents must be received
by Dean Walter H. Gage, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver 8, B. C, not later than March 15th.
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation
Postgraduate Scholarships for Teachers
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation offers
annually four scholarships to teachers with a
Bachelor's degree who are proceeding with studies
toward a higher degree and have completed at least
five years of successful teaching in British
Columbia.  Winners must give assurance of returning
to educational service in British Columbia on
completion of University studies. The Committee of
Selection will consider only those applicants who
have an overall standing in undergraduate studies
of at least Second Class (in terms of University
of British Columbia grades), with First Class in
the particular area or areas in which they propose
to major or take postgraduate work. These awards,
which are tenable at any recognized university or
college, are of two types:  (a)  two scholarships
of $1,500.00 each for teachers taking leave of
absence to engage in full-time studies in the
regular University session; and (b) two scholarships
of $250.00 each for teachers proceeding to full-
time studies in the regular summer session.  The
completed application form and all necessary
documents must be received by Dean Walter II. Gage,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, B. C,
not later than March 15th.
The Alpha Gamma Delta Mothers' Club
Bursary
A bursary of $100.00, the gift of the Alpha Gamma
Delta Mothers' Club, is offered to a woman student
in any year and faculty.  It will be awarded to a
worthy and deserving student who needs financial
assistance. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2856
The Smith, Davidson & Lecky Ltd.
Scholarships in Education
Two scholarships of $250.00 each, the gift of Smith,
Davidson &  Lecky Ltd., are offered annually to students
proceeding to Secondary teaching in the Province of
British Columbia.  These scholarships are open in
competition to applicants entering the Final Year of
the programme leading to the B.Ed, degree (secondary)
or the one-year Teacher Training Programme for
Graduates. Applicants will be considered on the
basis of their overall academic standing and
achievement in their major areas of specialization;
on their promise of success in teaching, personal
qualities, and character; and on their need for
financial assistance. Applicants must submit their
applications not later than April 30th.
The Collingwood Branch No. 48 Canadian
Legion Scholarships
Two scholarships of $100.00 each (one for a woman
student and one for a man) are offered in competition
to students entering the University.  To be eligible
applicants are required to have been in attendance
at Gladstone or Killarney High School for at least
Grades XI and XII and one of their parents must have
served with the Canadian Forces during World War I,
World War II, or the Korean conflict.  Candidates
must write the standard department examinations in
June and will be considered only if they obtain an
overall average of at least 70%.  Winners are
selected by the University in consultation with
Branch No. 48.
Hoffman-La Roche Prize in Animal
Nutrition
A prize, the gift of Hoffman-La Roche Limited,
Montreal, will be awarded for the best graduating
essay or Master's thesis in the field of Animal
Nutrition.  The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Dean of Agriculture.
The Boultbee, Sweet Scholarship
A scholarship of §300.00, the gift of Boultbee,
Sweet & Co. Ltd., is offered to a student in
Commerce and Business Administration who is taking
the Real Estate program, has high academic standing,
and is deserving of assistance to further his
education.  The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty. Thursday, September 1, 1960
The McLean Fraser Memorial Fellowships
These fellowships of $750.00 each, established as a
memorial to Dr. McLean Fraser hy  a bequest from
Clara A. Fraser, are offered to graduates of the
University of British Columbia with high academic
standing and demonstrated outstanding research
ability in Zoology during their undergraduate years.
They will be awarded for postgraduate study and
research leading to a postgraduate degree in Zoology
at this University or at a university or research
foundation approved by the Universit3r of British
Columbia.
The Oscar Soderman Memorial Bursary Fund
The annual income from this fund, a bequest of
the late Daisy Sidney Soderman, will be used to
provide bursaries, scholarships, or other
assistance, for worthy and deserving students
beginning or continuing studies in Forestry and
allied fields, or Forest Engineering.  If no
suitable candidates are eligible in these fields
the income will be used at the discretion of the
Board of Governors on recommendations from the
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships, Bursaries and
Loans.
Allied Chemical Canada Scholarship
A scholarship of $250.00, the gift of Allied
Chemical Canada, Ltd., was awarded in September,
1960, to an outstanding student entering his
final undergraduate year.  It was open to students
continuing in honours chemistry or chemical
engineering.
The Saint Thomas More Lav; Burses (to be included
among "Awards made by Other Institutions")
Two bursaries of $100.00 each, sponsored by the
Catholic Lawyers' Guild and provided by the
Catholic xlrchdiocese of Vancouver, are offered to
Catholic students entering, or presently in, the
Faculty of Law.  The winners will be selected by
the Guild.  Information may be obtained from
Alfred T. Clarke, President, Catholic Lawyers'
Guild, 400 B. C. Estates Building, 1075 Melville
Street, Vancouver 5, B. C.
The Dr. Maxwell A Cameron Memorial Medals
and Prizes (change in Calendar description)
To commemorate the distinguished life and work of Thursday, September 1, 1960  285 8
Dr. Maxwell A Cameron (1907 - 1951), first Director
of the School of Education at this University and
author of the Cameron Report on Education, the British
Columbia Teachers* Federation annually donates two
awards, each consisting of a silver medal and a
prize of $50.00.  They will be awarded, one in the
secondary teaching field and the other in the
elementary teaching field, to those students in the
Final Year of the B.Ed, course who, in the opinion
of the Dean and the Director of the Division
concerned, are the outstanding students in the
graduating class.
The British Columbia Japanese Canadian Citizens'
Association Entrance Scholarship - name changed to:
The Japanese Canadian Citzens' Association B. C
Centennial Scholarship Fund
The Social Work Prize - name changed to:
The Social Work Alumni Prize
Gill-Pix Scholarship - name changed to: Gill Interprovincial Lines Limited Scholarship
Bunston Ltd. Scholarship in Electrical Engineering -
discontinued.
Dean Gage)
Mr. Knapp)  That these new awards and changes in awards
be accepted as recommended, and that
appropriate letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Carried.
For information of Senate, Dean Gage reported that
the winner of one of the Draper's Company scholarships, Mr.
J. J. Tickner, had chosen the University of British Columbia
for his studies.
Awards made by other institutions but open to
students attending the University of British Columbia
included the Bank of Montreal Centennial Scholarships, of
which five would be awarded to British Columbia students
commencing university studies in the autumn of 1960. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2859
Honorary Degrees
Since the Senate had sole jurisdiction in respect
of degrees, including honorary degrees, the President and
Dean Soward as Chairman of the Committee on Honorary Degrees
had prepared a statement for information of Senate on the
policy of the Committee.  It was agreed that this statement
should be included in the minutes, and that at the next
meeting it should be approved as University policy, or should
be modified:
In general, the Committee submits to Senate only
the names of those persons who through their distinguished
achievements in teaching, research, scholarship, and
public service — local, provincial, national or international — have made a significant contribution to
the progress of this Province, of Canada or of the
world.  There are individuals who are or who have been
directly associated with this University as members of
the Board of Governors, the Senate or the Faculties who
might well be considered on the basis of these
standards. Recommendations on their behalf have
come to the Committee at frequent intervals.
Such recommendations present a problem. Both
the Senate and the Committee are definitely of the
opinion that, in order to ensure the awarding of an
honorary degree being regarded as a real distinction
by the recipient, it is essential to limit the
number granted annually at the Spring or Autumn
Congregations.
The Committee also feels that it is advisable
to avoid any possibility of competition among
departments or faculties for the granting of honorary
degrees to their members, however worthy they may
be.  There is also the possibility that in granting
honorary degrees to persons directly connected with
the University, it might be placed in an embarrassing
position of being charged with becoming too
pre-occupied with "looking after its own", and
would also create a feeling of jealousy in some
of those who are not so honoured.
For these reasons, the Committee does not,
except in unusual circumstances, such as Thursday, September 1, 1960
congregations honouring war-time achievements of
staff and graduates or for special anniversaries,
for example, the 100th anniversary of the Province
and the 50th anniversary of the University, make
recommendations to the Senate about serving members
of the Board of Governors, the Senate or the
Faculty.  Except in the case of Deans, the Senate
has not recommended honorary degrees for retired
members of staff.  For parallel reasons, the same
principle has been applied in considering suggestions
for honorary degrees for members of the Provincial
Cabinet or Legislature.  It is felt, however, that
the considerations applicable to the Provincial
Government do not always have the same significance
in connection with members of the Federal Cabinet
and Parliament.
In the past, when suggestions have been made
that honorary degrees be conferred upon serving
or retired members of the staff, efforts have been
made, usually by the Administration, to bring, when
thought advisable, the name of the individual to
the attention of his own University.  Retired
members of Faculty have, in most instances, been
honoured by the Senate through the award of the
title Professor Emeritus.
Dean Soward then presented the recommendations of
the Committee for honorary degrees to be awarded at the
Autumn Congregation, 1960, in association with the opening
of the south wing of the Library, the extension to the
Biological Sciences Building, and the opening of new Federal
Government buildings on the campus.  In so doing, he gave
brief and interesting resumes of the careers of the
individuals recommended for these degrees:
Dr. Louis B. Wright, Director of the Folger Shakespeare
Library, Washington, D.C. - D.Litt,,
Sir Frank C Francis, C.B., Director of the British
Museum - D.Litt.
Dr. Konrad Lorenz, Max-Planck-Institut fur
Vernaltenphysiologie, Seewiesen ixber Starnberg/obb.,
Germany - D.Sc
2860 Thursday, September 1, 1960  2861
Dr. T.W.M. Cameron, F.R.S.C, Institute of Parasitology,
Macdonald College, P.Q. - D.Sc.
Mr. S. C. Barry, Deputy Minister of Agriculture for
Canada - D.Sc,
Professor Albert Frey-Wyssling, F.R.S., Professor of
Botany in the Pflanzenphysiologisches Institut
Eidgeno'ssische Technische Hochschule, Zurich - D.Sc.
The Honourable Howard C. Green, Secretary of State for
External Affairs - LL.D.
In addition, Dean Soward reported tliat Dr. J. W.
Gardner expected to attend the forthcoming Congregation to
receive the degree already approved for him.
Dean Soward)
Dr, Cowan  )  That the honorary degrees specified be
conferred on the individuals recommended
at the Congregation on October 27th,
1960, if they are able to be present at
that time to receive the degree.
Carried.
The Chairman emphasized that recommendations in
connection with honorary degrees were confidential to members
of the Committee and of Senate until the individuals had been
invited to accept the degrees and had signified their
willingness to do so and their ability to come to the
University at the appropriate time.
Professors Emeriti
Dr. Sage reported that the Committee on Professors
Emeriti was pleased to concur in a recommendation of the
Committee of Deans that Dean E. D. MacPhee be granted the
title of Dean Emeritus on his retirement from the deanship
of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration,
effective September 30th, 1960. Thursday,   September 1,   1960       2862
Dr. Sage  )
Mr. Gourlay)  That the title of Dean Emeritus be
conferred on Dean MacPhee, as recommended.
Carried.
Since Dean MacPhee would be remaining at the
University as Assistant to the President and a Professor in
Commerce, it was agreed that he should be invited to continue
to attend meetings of Senate, but without voting privileges.
Dr. Sage presented also a recommendation of the
Committee that Dr. F. S. Nowlan, Professor of Mathematics
from 1926 to 1949, who was now retired and had returned to
Vancouver, should be granted the title of Professor Emeritus.
Dr. Sage  )
Dean Soward)  That this recommendation be approved.
Following discussion of the principles involved,
it was agreed that this motion should be tabled until the
next meeting of Senate, and that the Secretary of Senate and
the Chairman of the Committee should prepare a report on
procedure in the appointment of Professors Emeriti, and
practice followed in the past.
Naming of University Buildings
The Secretary read a recommendation from the
Committee on the Naming of University Buildings to the
President that the fourth unit of the student residences be
called "Sherwood Lett House".  The President added that the
students had paid most of the cost of this unit from their
contributions to the University Development Fund, and had
therefore been asked to suggest a name for the building. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2863
They wished in this way to honour the first President of the
Students* Council, who was also a distinguished alumnus and
the first Chancellor elected from among the Alumni.
Dean Andrew)
Dean Scarfe)  That Senate endorse this choice of name
for the fourth unit of the student
residences, in so far as it has authority
to do so.
Carried.
Report of the Alumni Association
"State of the University" Committee
A report of the Alumni Association "State of the
University" Committee, circulated at the last meeting, had
been tabled in the interim.  It was agreed that this should
be left with the members of Senate for study, and return to
the agenda at any time if they so wished.
Report of Personnel Department on
Academic Performance of Students
in First Year Applied Science,
1958-59
A report by the Personnel Department on the academic
performance of students in First Year Applied Science, 1958-59,
according to institutions at which they took their pre-Applied
Science year, was circulated at the meeting.  It was agreed
that this should be returned to the agenda later if any
members of Senate wished further information on it.
Dean Andrew suggested that Dean Myers might, if
he wished, bring this document to the attention of members
of his Faculty, and report their observations to Senate. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2864
Autumn Congregation
The Secretary stated that Congregation would be
held on Thursday, October 27th, at 2:30 p.m. in the Armoury.
The Chairman added that Dr. John Gardner, President of the
Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Carnegie Foundation
for the Advancement of Teaching, would deliver the
Congregation address.
Victoria College Council
Mr. Wallace reported that 700 students had attended
Summer Session at Victoria College (561 in Education, 139 in
Arts and Science).
The Council anticipated that the new classroom and
office building would be opened early in 1961, and the next
building to be erected would be one for the sciences.
In connection with the evening programme for
1960-61, it was moved
Mr. Wallace)
Dean Chant )  That Victoria College be authorized to
offer English 400, English 411 and
History 318 as evening classes for the
1960-61 Session.
Carried.
Mr. Wallace)
Dean Scarfe)  That Victoria College be authorized to
offer Education 415 and 461 as late
afternoon classes during the 1960-61
Session.
Carried.
Mr. Wallace)
Dean Scarfe)  That Victoria College, employing its
regular staff, be authorized to offer
English 200 and Education 461 as evening
classes in Nanaimo during the 1960-61
Session.
Carried. Thursday, September 1, 1960  286,c
Election of Representatives of
Senate on the Board of Governors
In calling for nominations for representatives of
Senate on the Board of Governors, the President referred to
the sections of the University Act outlining the conditions
for eligibility, copies of which had been distributed at the
meeting.  Mr. Ladner and Mr. Nemetz had served as Senate
representatives on the Board for the past three years;  Mr.
Caple had been appointed for a one-year term after the
conclusion of the Honourable Mr. Justice Lord*s term.
Nominees for the three posts for 1960-63 were
Mr. Ladner, Mr. Nemetz, Mr. Collins, Mr. Caple and Mr. Keate.
Dean Soward)
Mr. Gillie ) That nominations close.
Carried.
Following a ballot, Dean Gage and Mr. Gourlay as
scrutineers announced the election of Mr. Caple, Mr. Ladner
and Mr. Nemetz as representatives on the Board for a three-
year term ending in September, 1963.
Correspondence
Letters of Appreciation
Letters of appreciation were received from Mrs.
Hamber and Mrs. Wright for memorial statements, His Honour
Judge Clearihue for good wishes in his illness, and Mr.
Forward and Mr. P. H. White for congratulations on awards
to them.
r. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2S66
Notre Dame College
A request was received from Notre Dame College in
Nelson that students who had successfully completed First
Year at that institution be considered on an individual basis
for admission to the University, instead of being required
to write Senior Matriculation examinations.
Dr.   Sharp    )
Mr.   Collins)     That  the request of Notre Dame  College
be not granted.
Carried.
It was agreed that  the Secretary,   in transmitting
this decision,   should suggest to the College Rector that he
might,   if he  wished,   submit recommendations  on students who
had attended  the College,   to be used in conjunction with
their examination results in assessing their abilities.
Mennonite Brethren Bible
College
The Mennonite Brethren Bible College in Winnipeg,
which offered certain liberal arts courses at the Second Year
University  level,  had requested "some  form of recognition by
the University of British Columbia"  for  these arts courses,
to assist British Columbia students who had attended the
College and wished to complete  degrees at the University of
British Columbia.
It was agreed that  there was no need to  depart
from the practice  of considering applications  from such
students on an individual basis. Thursday,   September 1,   1960 2867
Other Business
Death of Mr.  D.   K.   Bell
The President reported, with regret, the death in
early July of Mr. Donald Bell, who had retired on June 30th
as Associate Professor in the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration.
Senior Appointments
For information of Senate, the President and the
Deans concerned reported on certain recent senior appointments
to the Faculty and administrative staff:
Dr. Ian Shand, Assistant Director of the University Health
Service;
Dr. Denys K. Ford, Associate Professor of Medicine, to
direct a research activity supported by the Canadian
Arthritis and Rheumatism Society through a bequest;
Dr. Brock M. Fahrni, Associate Professor of Medicine, to
direct the School of Rehabilitation, establishment
of which (within funds available by special grants)
had been approved by Senate and the Board of Governors
in 1958. Dr. Fahrni would also act as consultant to
the British Columbia Hospital Insurance Service in
setting up a chronic care programme in the province.
Dr. Neil Perry, Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration as from October 1st, 1960;
Dr. John Young, Head of the Department of Economics and
Political Science;
Mr. John Haar, Director of International House and
Director of Student Activities;
Mr. William L. Holland, Professor of Asian Studies.
At the President*s request, Dean Soward outlined
the development of Asian Studies at the University, and
expressed his belief that it should now become a Department
in the University. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2868
Dean Soward)
Dean Andrew)  That Senate approve and recommend to the
Board of Governors the establishment of
a Department of Asian Studies in the
Faculty of Arts and Science.
Carried.
Professor Biely
The President reported that Professor Biely had
been the first Canadian to receive the Ralston Purina
teaching award for distinguished teaching and service in
Poultry Husbandry in North America.
Mr. Caple)
Dr. Kania)  That a message of congratulations be sent
to Professor Biely.
Carried.
Conference  to be held
in 1963 at U.B.C.
For the  information  of Senate,   the  President and
Dr.   Cowan reported that the American Society  of Ichthyologists
and Herpetologists had accepted an  invitation  to hold its  1963
meeting at the University of British Columbia.
Faculty Advisers in
Men*s Residences
For  information of Senate,   the Secretary read the
names  of Faculty advisers   (Dons)   in the Men*s  Residences  for
1960-61:     Dr.   J.   J.   Veit,   Fort  Camp;  Dr.  Roger Howard,
Kootenay House   (both for a second year);  Mr.  A.   J. McClean,
Robson House. Thursday, September 1, 1960   2869
Committee on Graduate
Study and Research
Earlier in the year, the President had appointed
a committee under the chairmanship of Dean Shrum to make
recommendations to the President and the Board on the amount
of direct support of graduate study and research that should
be included in the University budget.  The President stated
that he would have the committee report circulated to the
members of Senate along with the minutes of this meeting,
for their information and possible comment at future meetings.
Dean MacPhee
An excerpt of a letter from Dean MacPhee to the
President was read outlining the goals towards which he had
striven as Director and Dean of Commerce.  It was agreed
that this should be quoted in the minutes as a continuing
objective for that Faculty, to be consulted from time to
time by succeeding Deans and members of that Faculty.
The opportunities to develop a School of
Commerce in 1950 and later to create a Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration have been most
challenging and exciting.  The reorganization of
the undergraduate curricula; the selection and
establishment of new areas of study; the recruitment
and development of teachers of commerce in a highly
competitive world; the establishment of serious
diploma programmes for professional and technical
groups in the community; the steady increase in
academic standards; the initiation of graduate
studies; the encouragement of research and
publication; the maintenance and expansion of
close professional and social relationships with
the community we serve - these, broadly, have
been the goals toward which, as Dean I have striven.
Evaluation of the results achieved must come from
many groups and over a long period of time.  I am
more conscious than many of the tasks that remain
unfinished. Thursday, September 1, 1960  2870
Rowing Crew
It was agreed that congratulations and good wishes
should be sent to the University rowing crew, currently
participating in the Olympic Games in Rome.
The meeting adjourned at 11:15 p.m.
\^A'Secretary.
M
Chairman.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.senmin.1-0115888/manifest

Comment

Related Items