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THE  UNIVERSITYOF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF 13 May 2015
Attendance
Present: Prof. A. Gupta (Chair), Dr K. Ross (Secretary). Mr J. Abaki, Dr P. Adebar, Mr T. Ahmed, Dr R. Anstee,
Dean G. Averill, Dr K. Baimbridge, Dr L. Burr, Dr P. Choi, Dr A. Collier, Dean M. Coughtrie, Prof. B. Craig, Mr
N. Dawson, Mr K. D'Souza, Dr A. Dulay, Dr W. Dunford, Dean B. Frank, Dr J. Gilbert, Dr F. Granot, Dr P.
Harrison, Ms M. Hatai, Dean J. Innes, Mrs C. Jaeger, Dr P. Keown, Dr B. Lalli, Dr P. Loewen, Mr K. Madill, Ms A.
Maleki, Mr W. McNulty, Dr P. Meehan, Ms K. Melton, Mr D. Munro, Dean S. Peacock, Dr A. Riseman, Dr C.
Ruitenberg, Mr G. Sangha, Dr B. Sawatzky, Dr T. Schneider, Ms S. Simon, Dr S. Singh, Dr R. Sparks, Mr T.
Tanaka, Dr R. Tees, Dr K. Thieme, Dr S. Thorne, Ms S. Vohra, Dr L. Walker, Mr E. Zhao.
Regrets: Dr S. Avramidis, Mr A. Bailey, Ms E. Biddlecombe , DeanM. Bobinski, Ms M. Chartrand, DrD. Farrar,
Dr S. Forwell, Dr D. Gillen, Dr C. Godwin, Prof. B. Goold, Chancellor L. Gordon, Mr S. Gurm, Mr S. Haffey, Dean
R. Helsley, Dr A. Ivanov, Dr S. Knight, Mr H. Leong, Dr C. Marshall, Dr P. Marshall, Dr L. Nasmith, Dr C. Naus,
Dr C. Nislow, Ms J. Omassi, Dr I. Parent, Dean M. Parlange, Dr N. Perry, Dr G. Peterson, Dr J. Plessis, Dean S.
Porter, Mr A. Rezaiean-Asel, Dr L. Rucker, Dean C. Shuler, Ms S. Sterling, Dean G. Stuart, Mr J. Tang, Dr R.
Topping, DrR. Wilson, DrD. Witt, DeanR. Yada
Recording Secretary: Mr C. Eaton.
Call to Order
The Chair of Senate, Professor Arvind Gupta, called the ninth regular meeting of the Vancouver
Senate for the 2014/2015 academic year to order at 6:06 pm.
Senate Membership
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
The Registrar announced that in response to the call for nominations issued at the previous
meeting, Mr Daniel Munro and Ms Kaitlyn Melton were acclaimed as elected to the Senate
Nominating Committee until 31 March 2016 and thereafter until replaced.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Richard Tees }        That the Minutes of the Meeting of 15 April 2015
Sally Thorne be approved as corrected:
Correction: Senator Jaeger's comments on page 6
should reflect that "that these changes would be
brought forward to Senate as category 1
curriculum changes.." (added words in bold)
Approved
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Business Arising from the Minutes
The Student Senators wished to clarify why they had voted against the Vantage College
resolutions approved at the previous meeting: While in favour of Vantage College as an entity,
they expressed a concern that data was not yet available to judge the success of existing Vantage
programs and that the new programs approved were even more experimental than those already
existing.
With consent of Senate, Vice-Provost Angela Redish stated that the Provost's Office and
Vantage College would continue to work with the students on Vantage College
development and proposals.
Tributes Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Sally Thorne, presented.
Paul C Gilmore
Dr. Paul C. Gilmore was a pioneer of computer science in Canada. As head of UBC's
Department of Computer Science from 1977 to 1984, he helped to build what is now the Faculty
of Science's largest department.
Dr. Gilmore was born in Lethbridge in 1925, and moved to Vancouver with his family as a
young child. In 1943, at age 17, he joined the Royal Canadian Air Force, serving until 1946. He
then attended UBC on an RCAF scholarship, completing B.A. Honours degrees in mathematics
and physics in just three years. He received a scholarship to Cambridge, where he earned his
Masters, followed by a Ph.D. at Amsterdam University.
In 1955, Dr. Gilmore was appointed assistant professor of mathematics at Penn State University,
where he taught for three years before joining IBM's Research Lab in New York as a staff
mathematician. While at IBM, Dr. Gilmore worked with Dr. Ralph Gomory on the "cutting stock
problem": how can paper mills most efficiently cut massive rolls of paper into usable pieces?
The two published a series of now classic papers on this problem, and the topic is taught in
computer science classes around the world.
In 1977, Dr. Gilmore returned to Vancouver as Head of UBC's Department of Computer
Science, serving until 1984. He brought the department together into its first physical home on
campus, and implemented student enrolment software still in use today. He also led an initiative
to develop new email protocols and systems, ultimately resulting in UBC's leadership role in
managing the .ca domain registry.
Dr. Gilmore served Senate as a representative for the Faculty of Science from 1979 to 1981. He
retired from UBC in 1989, but continued his work. In 2005, he published a book about the
logical foundations for math and computer science. That same year, he was recognized by the
IBM Centers for Advanced Studies as a Canadian pioneer in computing.
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To his family and friends, the Senate and the University of British Columbia offers its
condolences and thanks.
Sally Thorne } That Senate approve the Memorial Minute for Dr.
Richard Anstee Paul C. Gilmore, that it be entered into the Minutes
of Senate, and a copy be sent to the family of the
deceased.
Approved
Remarks from the Chair
The President, Dr Arvind Gupta, reminded Senate that congregation was to occur next week, and
shortly after that, we will bring in our next class as part of Destination UBC. This will mark the
end of UBC's first century of students and the start of the next. He opined that this nexus was a
fitting time for UBC to reflect on its past and consider its future. He further noted that on
September 30th we will formally launch the UBC centennial and open the Robert H. Lee Alumni
Centre; 100 years to the day from when UBC first opened.
For changes to the University administration, Dr Gupta avised that UBC's new Vice-President
Finance, Andrew Simpson, arrives on June 22nd. For the past 25 years Mr Simpson has worked
in university financial leadership positions in Canada and New Zealand.
The President further advised that UBC is reviewing the role and responsibilities of the Provost
to align that with the priorities and resources of the University. A taskforce will be created to
oversee that process, and will consult widely with the academic leadership of UBC and hopefully
produce a draft report by the end of this summer. As part of that process, Dr David Farrar would
be finishing his term as Provost this summer.
Dr Gupta recognized that in addition to Dr Farrar, Deans Mary Anne Bobinski and Gavin Stuart
would all be completing their terms on Senate on June 30th of this year and asked that his and the
University's thanks for the service of all three be entered into the minutes of Senate.
The President noted that he had asked the senior academic leadership to work on consultation
/green papers on research, outlining specific goals to support research excellence at UBC,
recognizing and celebrating outstanding UBC faculty, and supporting and investing in research
communities. This last idea emerged during the Canada First Research Excellence Fund
(CFREF) process where many faculty members expressed difficulty in knowing how they could
engage.
The President concluded by mentioning that he had created a President's Academic Advisory
Committee of 12 senior faculty members to advise him on academic issues on both campuses.
The President expressed his appreciation for the input that group provided.
Senator Singh asked who would contribute to the green paper referenced.
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The President replied that it was still very early in that process, but the Vice-President
Research & International and Vice-President Academic's offices would be working on
that project collaboratively.
Senator Singh expressed his hope that this would not a "top down" process and asked that
the administration ensured that proper faculty input was sought.
Candidates for Degrees
Nick Dawson }        That the candidates for degrees and diplomas, as
Paul Harrison recommended by the faculties, be granted the
degrees for which they were recommended,
effective May 2015, and that a committee
comprised of the Registrar, the dean of the
relevant faculty, and the Chair of Senate be
empowered to make any necessary adjustments.
NB: 2/3rds Approval Required
Approved
UBC Centennial Plans
With consent of Senate, Mr Richard Fisher, Chief Communications Officer for Development and
Alumni Engagement (DAE) presented on current UBC Centennial Plans.
Mr Fisher outlined why DAE was undertaking this initiative, including building stronger pride
and affinity in UBC, gaining greater support from business, government and donors, and creating
a higher level of understanding from British Columbians, Canadians and from around the world.
He noted that our plan to describe a continuum of attainment from the past 100 years transition
to potential for the next 100 years.
Mr Fisher than set out the key centennial initiatives, including a launch program, a speaker's
series, workshops, campaign close, honorary degrees, and the Centennial close on the 28 May
2016 alumni weekend.
Senate was advised that the Centennial Initiatives Fund had been established as a seed fund to
encourage campus participation, with a maximum of $10 000 per project available. Mr Fisher
noted that they had received over 300 proposals, 50% from faculty, 25% from students and 25%
from administrative units, and were able to fund around 25% of proposals.
Senator Baimbridge asked about the Totem Pole planned
Mr Fisher replied that it was a welcome post, as a joint project with a variety of partners
including the Musqueam people. Regretfully, it may not be ready for the opening of the
Centennial but should be completed within the Centennial year.
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Senator Singh asked how we would be celebrating our alumni links around the world.
Mr Fisher replied that we were looking at making the alumni weekend an international
homecoming. Resources are limited so we are webcasting a lot, although not necessarily
live.
Senator Singh asked how we were involving the Aboriginal community.
Mr Fisher replied that we've had a great response from UBC's Aboriginal community
and the First Nations House of Learning, and were developing a variety of ideas with the
Musqueam people.
Senator Sparks noted that he had visited China over the winter, and was very impressed by the
alumni presence there. He asked if there were plans to involve them remotely.
Mr Fisher replied that we did have plans for around the world, including in China where
UBC had large and loyal communities of alumni.
Budget Committee (Vancouver Sub-Committee of the Council of Senate's Budget
Committee)
The Sub-Committee Chair, Dr William Dunford, presented his committee's annual report.
Dr Dunford noted that the Budget Committee itself did not substantively meet due to the
"firewalling" between the two campus budgets, although they were considering revising that
arrangement for meetings once the new Vice-President Finance has arrived.
The Committee Chair noted that the Committee's formal mandate to advise the President on the
University budget, but that it now tended for focus on areas of particular interest to its members,
such as the new Student Information System; he further noted that the Committee was open to
reviewing other financial areas as may be requested by Senate.
Senator Sangha asked if the Budget Committee had considered the financial implications of
summer use of campus.
Dr Dunford replied that the committee had not discussed this in depth but could do so.
Senator Abaki stated that although the Committee's website may not be receiving many
comments was not a sign of lack of interest from the campus community in the budget; rather, a
lack of knowledge of the existence and mandate of the Committee.
Mr Dunford replied that the Committee did have two student members, and they did
identify topics in which they felt the Committee should take an interest.
Mr Dunford advised that the Committee fulfilled it advisory mandate generally through meeting
with the Provost rather than with the President.
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Senator Sparks advised that the Senate Academic Building Needs Committee (SABNC) had a
strong interest in money available to maintain and renovate classrooms, but that this budget was
not in their remit, and so SABNC worked with the Budget Committee to bring these issues
forward.
Academic Building Needs Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Robert Sparks, presented the annual report of the Senate Academic
Building Needs Committee (SABNC). He noted that the committee started the year by devising a
work plan for the year. The Committee also sits on the PPAC and Dr Sparks viewed this as how
the Board and Senate upheld their responsibilities under the University Act. Dr Sparks further
noted SABNC undertook work with other committees, including student mental health and the
Budget Committee.
Senator Singh asked if SABNC gave input on green buildings and sustainability.
Senator Sparks replied that they looked at that last triennium when accessibility and
sustainability were the committee's main areas of focus and the SABNC attempted to
broadly hold UBC to account to ensure sustainability in our construction. Sustainability
matters were built early into our consultative processes and were very much on SABNC s
agenda.
Academic Policy Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Paul Harrison, presented.
PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT IN THE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAM
Paul Harrison } That the policy on the professional conduct of
Gurvir Sangha teacher candidates submitted by the Faculty of
Education be approved.
Dr Harrison advised that professional faculties felt a particular role in providing professional
guidance and review of conduct for students in their programs in addition to academic
assessment.
Senator Dulay asked if we took the BC Teachers Federation code of conduct and Ministry of
Education Teacher Regulation Branch's standards into consideration?
Dean Frank advised that yes, the Faculty of Education had done so and relevant policies
had been considered and included where needed.
Approved
Admissions Committee
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The Committee Chair, Dr Robert Sparks, presented.
SUSPENSION OF ADMISSION TO BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE OPTIONS
Robert Sparks } That Senate approve suspension of admission to
Richard Anstee program options Electrical Energy Systems,
Nanotechnology and Microsystems, and Software
Engineering (Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering) in the Bachelor of Applied Science
degree program, effective for the 2015 Winter
Session and thereafter.
Senator Sparks noted that in a recent accreditation review, accreditors noted that options had to
be distinct, and that this would limit the accessibility of students to their component courses. The
faculty felt that accessibility was more important than transcription the options. Suspending the
options would also provide greater course availability. Students currently enrolled will be able to
complete.
Senator Sangha expressed a concern on how this would be conveyed into incoming students who
may be considering their options for programs.
Senator Jaeger advised that as soon as the departments proposed this they put a note of
warning on their website. To date, only one potential student had asked.
Approved
PROCEDURES FOR APPEALS ON ADMISSION DECISIONS, APPEALS ON READMISSION
DECISIONS, AND APPEALS ON REVOKED ADMISSION OFFERS
Robert Sparks } That Senate approve the proposed Calendar
Paul Harrison language for appeals on admission decisions,
appeals on readmission decisions, and appeals on
revoked admission offers, effective upon Senate
approval.
Senator Sparks noted that the Senate Admissions Committee was making this proposal to update
its appeals processes to provide appellants with better guidance. The Committee wanted to deal
with appeals on a more timely and transparent basis. A joint working group between the
Vancouver Senate Admissions Committee and the Okanagan Senate Admission & Awards
Committee had come together and came up with this proposal. Not yet available is a series of
templates that are being prepared with student input.
Approved
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ANNUAL REPORT
Senator Sparks advised that the Committee's written report covered those areas where the Senate
Admissions Committee acted on delegated authority from Senate.
Grade Adjustments
The Committee chair noted that the Admissions Committee can and does adjust grades from
various jurisdictions based on past performance from other students. Alberta grades in particular
this year are being adjusted up by 4%.
Student Mobility Agreements
Dr Sparks noted that 11 student mobility agreements were approved over the past year with the
following institutions:
Addis Ababa University (UBC Faculty of Education)
Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University (SNDTWU) (UBC
Faculty of Education)
Queen's University Belfast (UBC Faculty of Law)
Federation des Ecoles Superieures d'lngenieurs en Agriculture (FESIA
Consortium)(UBC Faculty of Land and Food Systems)
International Christian University, Japan (UBC Faculty of Arts)
Delft University of Technology (UBC Vancouver, all faculties)
Technical University of Denmark (UBC Vancouver, all faculties)
Universidad de Piura (UBC Faculty of Arts, limited to Vancouver School of Economics)
London School of Economics (UBC Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration)
Beijing Foreign Studies University (UBC Faculty of Arts)
Zhejiang University (UBC Vancouver, all faculties)
Student Appeals
The Committee Chair noted that the number of admission appeals continued to climb. Of the 74
appeals heard by the Committee, 18 were allowed and 56 were dismissed. He advised that while
the number of appeals lodged was increasing, the number allowed has remained relatively
constant.
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Pilot on Electronic Admissions.
As an addendum to his written submission, Senator Sparks advised that on a pilot basis we were
accepting scanned transcripts, but that if a student was admitted those had to be supported by an
official transcript for verification purposes. .
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Senator Simon asked what he purpose was for the 4% increase for Albertan secondary school
graduates. .
Senator Anstee replied that the grading standards in Alberta were different than they were
in BC; this is essentially a matter of grade translation. He further noted that UBC
routinely had to do the same for students from non-Canadian education systems.
Senator Singh asked how frequently we reviewed the grade adjustments for students from other
educational systems.
Senator Anstee replied that the Senate Admissions Committee reviewed grade
adjustments every two years.
Appeals on Academic Standing Committee
The Committee Vice-Chair, Dr Dunford, presented on behalf of Dr Lance Rucker.
Dr Dunford advised that as noted in the Committee's written report, 10 appeals proceeded to
Committee hearings (as compared with 10 in the prior reporting period), of which 2 were
allowed and 8 were dismissed.
Awards Committee
See Appendix A: Awards Report
The Acting Committee Chair, Dr Lawrence Burr, presented.
Lawrence Burr } That Senate accept the awards as listed and forward
Marjan Hatai them to the Board of Governors for approval; and
that letters of thanks be sent to the donors.
By general consent, the "The Shooting Stars Foundation Bursary in HIV and
AIDS Prevention and Care " award was amended to specify it was applicable to
graduate or undergraduate students.
Approved as
amended
Curriculum Committee
The Committee Vice-Chair, Mrs Carol Jaeger, presented.
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MAY CURRICULUM REPORT
See Appendix B: Curriculum Report
Carol Jaeger } That the new courses, revised courses, new program
Ken Baimbridge options, and revised programs brought forward by
the faculties of Applied Science, Arts, Commerce and
Business Administration, Forestry, Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies (Applied Science, Arts, and
Education), land and Food Systems, law, and
Pharmaceutical Sciences be approved.
Senator Maleki asked if undergraduate students could still access the 12 IHHS courses being
moved to Social Work.
Senator Harrison advised that the pre-requisites and restrictions were not being changed.
Senator Zhao asked if the IHHS courses would stay in the Calendar for a few years.
Senator Jaeger replied that they would be removed, but that the corresponding new
courses would note their origins.
Senator Melton expressed a concern with the program in Global Supply Change being presented
to Senate for approval when students had already been admitted.
Senator Jaeger replied that that this was a new option for en existing program and not a
new program.
With consent of Senate, Brian Bemmels, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration clarified that there was an error on their website and the program was to
commence in September 2016 rather than 2015.
Approved
Library Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Lawrence Burr, presented. He noted that the Library external review
happened last year, and very recently the library and provost reply were posted. He updated
Senate on activities of the committee over the past year as set out in his written report.
Senator Ruitenberg asked what were the main challenges facing the Library at present.
Senator Burr noted that the drop in our buying power due to the exchange rate was a pressing
concern. He advised that the library received a % inflationary increase to its budget each year,
each year, but expenses go up by 5%.
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Nominating Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Richard Tees, presented.
Richard Tees } That the following student representatives to Senate
Philip Loewen be appointed to Committees of Senate and of the
Council of Senates as set out below and effective
until 31 March 2016 and thereafter until replaced:
Academic Building Needs Committee:
Gurvir Sangha, Armin Rezaiean-Asel, Kaitlyn Melton
Academic Policy Committee:
Armin Rezaiean-Asel, Nick Dawson
Admissions Committee:
Sonam Vohra, Jacky Tang
Agenda Committee:
Eric Zhao, Tyler Tanaka
Appeals on Academic Standing Committee:
Josh Abaki, Marjan Hatai, Soroush liaghat
Curriculum Committee:
Karon D 'souza, Jacky Tang, Aaron Bailey, Daniel
Munro, Ava Maleki
library Committee:
Melanie Chartrand, Sonam Vohra, Jacky Tang,
Jenna Omassi
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline:
Josh Abaki, Ava Maleki, Gurvir Sangha
Awards Committee:
Tyler Tanaka, Armin Rezaiean-Asel
Teaching & learning Committee:
Sarah Simon, Eric Zhao, Jenna Omasi
Tributes Committee:
Melanie Chartrand, Soroush liaghat
Ad-hoc Committee on Mental Health and Wellbeing:
Ava Maleki, Jenna Omassi,
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Kaitlyn Melton, Marjan Hatai
Ad-hoc Committee on Flexible learning:
Aaron Bailey, Daniel Munro, Sarah Simon
Budget Committee of the Council of Senates:
Nick Daw son, Tyler Tanaka
Elections Committee of the Council of Senates:
Melanie Chartrand
Vancouver Senate Representative Committee 4:
Nick Daw son; And
That Karen D 'Souza and Sonam Vohra be elected to
the Council of Senates.
Approved
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline Committee
The Committee Chair, Mr Tariq Ahmed, presented the written annual report of the Committee.
Teaching & Learning Committee
Mr Eric Zhao presented on behalf of the Committee.
CREDIT/D/FAIL REPORT
Senator Zhao outlined the committee's work over the past year as set out in his written report.
Senator Anstee asked why the D was of utility versus just Credit/Fail. He asked that for the next
review of the policy to consider if the D has purpose.
Senator Zhao replied that it was a matter of quality concerns when the policy was
approved, but they would note issue for the next opportunity to consider it.
Senator Bainbridge suggested that data on how many D's were assigned would be useful.
Tributes Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Thorne, presented.
EMERITUS APPOINTMENTS
See Appendix C: Emeritus Appointments
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Sally Thorne } That the attached list of individuals for emeritus
Richard Tees status be approved and that, pursuant to section 9(2)
of the University Act, all persons with the ranks of
Professor Emeritus, Associate Professor Emeritus,
Assistant Professor Emeritus, Senior Instructor
Emeritus, General librarian Emeritus or
Administrative librarian Emeritus be added to the
Roll of Convocation.
Senator Thorne noted that there were 47 names listed.
Approved
Ad Hoc Committee on Flexible Learning
Senator Munro presented an update on behalf of the Flexible Learning Committee.
He noted that the Ad Hoc Committee's priority for the year was the enhanced learning record
project - the committee wanted to lay the groundwork for a holistic representation of learning
evolving out of the notion of co-curricular records. Another area of interest was development of
a Flexible Learning Framework in the vein of the Mental Health and Well-being Framework
accepted by Senate earlier in the triennium. Through this document, the Ad Hoc Committee
hoped to highlight policies and areas within the Senate where work can be done to better
encourage the application of flexible learning methodologies.
Ad Hoc Committee on Student Mental Health and Wellbeing
With permission of Senate, the former Committee Chair, Ms Mona Maleki presented.
Mona outlined the work of the committee and its integration into the work of other groups at
UBC. She drew particular reference to the "Green Folder" document of the Vice-President
Student's office, designed to be an easy reference for dealing with students in distress.
Senator Thorne thanked Ms Maleki for her leadership on this initiative.
Report from the Faculty of Medicine
Associate Dean Equity
Paul Keown } That the position of 'Associate Dean, Equity' be
Peter Choi replaced by the position of Executive Associate
Dean, Clinical Partnerships and Professionalism' in
everyplace where it occurs, including in the
following policies of the Faculty of Medicine: i) the
Policy and Processes to Address Unprofessional
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Behaviour and its Appendix II, Definition of
Intimidation, Harassment and Other Related Terms;
and ii) Professional Standards for the Faculties of
Medicine and Dentistry.
Approved
Other Business
The President thanked the Secretariat for its work over the past year.
Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:06 pm.
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Appendix A: Awards Report
New Awards:
ALBON Pearson Health Professions Educational Research Scholarship - A $1,000
scholarship has been made available through an endowment established by Drs. Simon Albon
and Marion Pearson, long-serving faculty members in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
and alumni of the Faculty of Education's PhD program in the Department of Curriculum and
Pedagogy (EDCP). The scholarship is awarded to a Faculty of Education graduate student whose
scholarly work contributes to health professions education through the advancement of
curriculum and pedagogical practice, educational leadership, and/or policy development.
Preference will be given to a graduate student with a background in the health professions, and a
student with an interest in pharmacy education. Awards are made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Education, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
(First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
BA Blackwell & Associates Scholarship in Fire Science - A $1,000 scholarship has been
made available through an endowment established by Bruce Blackwell, RPF, RP Bio, founder of
BA Blackwell & Associates, for students in the Faculty of Forestry studying fire science.
Preference is given to graduate students, however, should there be no eligible graduate students
in any given year, the award may be offered to undergraduate students entering fourth year in the
Faculty of Forestry with a demonstrated interest in fire science. Bruce received his BSF and MSc
from the Faculty of Forestry in 1984 and 1989 respectively. In addition to being a Professional
Forester and Biologist, Bruce is considered a provincial expert in fire and fuel management. The
award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry, and in the case of graduate
students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award
Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Albert Allan BROWN Bursary in Forestry - Bursaries totaling $6,300 have been made
available through an endowment established by Edna D. Brown for students in the Faculty of
Forestry. Preference for these bursaries will be given to students who were enrolled in a
secondary school outside of Metro Vancouver. This bursary is made in honour of Albert Allan
Brown who is an alumnus of UBC Forestry from 1949. Albert had a long and distinguished
career with MacMillan Bloedel, first at the sawmill in Chemainus and then at the Harmac Plant
near Nanaimo. It is the hope that these bursaries will aid the next generation of students of
forestry. The award is adjudicated by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the
2015/2016 Winter Session)
John J. and Patricia A. CAMPBELL Scholarship in Law - A $2,000 scholarship is offered
annually by John J. and Patricia A. Campbell to a Peter A. Allard School of Law student in the
JD program with high achievement in mediation and dispute resolution. John graduated from
UBC with a BA in Economics in 1972 and a Bachelor of Law in 1975. Patricia graduated in
1972 with a BA in Political Science. John then established his private practice in Langley as
Campbell, Burton and McMullan. John was one of the first accredited family mediators and
expanded his mediation practice into commercial mediation in 1992. Patricia became a mediator
and family justice counselor with the Attorney General of British Columbia. Patricia retired in
2012, and although no longer a partner in his firm, John continues to practice mediation. The
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award is made on the recommendation of the Peter A. Allard School of Law. (First Award
Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
GLOBAL Service Learning Award - Awards totaling $17,000 have been made available
through an endowment established at the university for undergraduate and graduate UBC
students participating in a recognized International Service Learning (ISL) program through the
Center for Community Engaged Learning. ISL programs allow students to contribute towards
important projects led by community partners around the world. The awards are made on the
recommendation of the Centre for Community Engaged Learning in consultation with Enrolment
Services. (First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Arvind GUPTA and Michelle Pereira Graduate Scholarship - A $3,500 scholarship has been
made available through an endowment established by Professor Arvind Gupta and Dr. Michelle
Pereira. Professor Gupta began his leadership role as President and Vice-Chancellor of UBC in
July, 2014 with the support of his wife, a UBC alumna (MD 1991). Eligible graduate students
will be from any discipline and any year of study with the scholarship alternating years between
UBC-Vancouver and UBC-Okanagan. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (UBC-Vancouver) or the College of Graduate Studies
(UBC-Okanagan). (First Award Available in the 2016/2017 Winter Session)
HSBC International Business Award - Two awards of $10,000 each are offered annually by
HSBC Bank Canada to a full-time third or fourth year undergraduate student in the University's
Bachelor of Commerce degree program who is or will be spending one to two semesters
studying abroad through a recognized UBC exchange program. Recipients of the award will be
selected on the basis of academic achievement and leadership, with preference given to students
with financial need. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of
Business. (First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
William MARTIN Island Medical Program Bursary - Bursaries totaling $20,000 are offered
annually to assist MD students in the Island Medical Program who are in financial need. The
awards are adjudicated by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter
Session)
MPPGA Domestic Student Entrance Scholarship - Scholarships ranging in value from $2,000
to $10,000 are offered annually to students who are entering the first year of the Master of Public
Policy and Global Affairs program (MPPGA) and are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
Students must demonstrate exceptional academic achievement, intellectual promise, as well as
impressive extracurricular and community involvement. The number and value of the
scholarships awarded will vary. The scholarship is not renewable. The scholarships are made on
the recommendation of the Graduate Committee of the MPPGA, in consultation with the Faculty
of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First award available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
MPPGA International Student Entrance Scholarship - Scholarships ranging in value from
$5,000 to $20,000 are offered annually to international students who are entering the first year of
the Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs program (MPPGA). Students must be studying at
UBC on a student visa (changes to citizenship status will affect award eligibility). Students must
demonstrate exceptional academic achievement, intellectual promise, as well as impressive
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extracurricular and community involvement. The number and value of the scholarships awarded
will vary. The scholarship is not renewable. The scholarships are made on the recommendation
of the Graduate Committee of the MPPGA, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies. (First award available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Dorothy OSBORNE Educators of Students with Visual Impairments Award - A $1,000
award has been made available through an endowment established by the Osborne family, in
honour of Dorothy Osborne, for a teacher candidate or graduate student who is engaging with
students with visual impairments. Preference is given to a student who has demonstrated a strong
commitment to helping others and/or is active in curriculum development. Dorothy was trained
as a teacher and in 1935 completed a Bachelor of Arts at UBC. She was the President of the
Class of 1935 and is the permanent Vice President of the Class of 1935. She was actively
involved with CNIB (Canadian National Institute for the Blind), serving as the President of the
CNTB Auxiliary and has served on the Board of the YWCA. She is a member of the P.E.O.
Sisterhood supporting education for women and a member of the Faculty Women's Club at
UBC. Dorothy has been a member of the Delta Gamma Sorority for over 80 years. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education, and in the case of graduate students,
in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in
the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Peter H. PEARSE Forestry Award - Awards totaling $8,750 have been made available
through an endowment established by Peter H. Pearse for students in the Faculty of Forestry.
Preference is given first and foremost to undergraduate Aboriginal students in good academic
standing with demonstrated financial need. If there are no eligible undergraduate Aboriginal
students in any given year, then the awards may be given to Aboriginal graduate students or
students with a demonstrated interest in Aboriginal studies in the Faculty. In the case of
Aboriginal students, the award may be held for up to four years provided the students remain in
good academic standing. Dr. Pearse graduated from the Faculty of Forestry in 1956 and
subsequently received MA and PhD degrees in Economics at Edinburgh University before
returning to UBC as a professor. A recipient of the Distinguished Forester Award and the Order
of Canada, Dr. Pearse established this award to give others the opportunities he has had through
access to a world-class education. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Forestry, and in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Dr. Richard L. RAMSAY Award in Kinesiology - A $2,000 award is offered annually by
Margaret Ramsay and family in honour of her late husband, Richard (Dick) Ramsay. The award
is open to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Kinesiology who are also
involved in the recreational activities at UBC. Dick Ramsay developed the Recreation-Education
degree program at UBC in the mid-1960s. He felt strongly that leadership skills were not only
learned in the classroom but from engaging in the local community. The award is made on the
recommendation of the School of Kinesiology. (First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter
Session)
Dr. Nancy SCOTT Memorial Award for Outstanding Patient Care in Dentistry - A $2,500
award is offered annually by family, friends and colleagues to honour the memory of Dr. Nancy
Scott as a founding member of the British Columbia Dental Association's Women in Dentistry
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Mentorship Program and her lifetime work in mentoring women in Dentistry. The award will go
to a fourth year DMD student who has demonstrated exemplary and compassionate patient care.
Dr. Scott had a passion for teaching, driven by a desire to help students achieve confidence and
skill, especially when faced with challenges in patient management and clinical procedures. The
Dr. Nancy Scott Memorial Award for Outstanding Patient Care in Dentistry honours her memory
as a passionate and dedicated teaching professional who was committed to providing the very
best to her students in patient care and professionalism. Recommendations are made by the
Faculty of Dentistry, Integrated Clinical Care Clinical Advisors. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
THE Shooting Stars Foundation Bursary in HIV and AIDS Prevention and Care - A
$1,000 bursary has been made available through an endowment established by The Shooting
Stars Foundation for graduate or undergraduate student focusing their studies or research on HIV
and AIDS prevention, care, or treatment. Founded in 1985, The Shooting Stars Foundation, led
by Kendra Sprinkling, produced unique special events with passion, integrity and innovation to
raise money for people living with HIV/AIDS in British Columbia. Adjudication is made by
Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Konrad and Andrea WALUS Engineering Bursary - A $1,000 bursary is offered annually by
the Walus family to support an undergraduate engineering student in any department or program
who demonstrates financial need. The award is adjudicated by Enrolment Services. (First Award
Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Dr. Michele WILLIAMS Memorial Award in Dentistry - A $3,000 award is offered annually
by family, friends and colleagues to honour the memory of Dr. Michele Williams for any student
in Dentistry who demonstrates leadership in education, research and clinical care in oral cancer
detection, prevention and treatment. Dr. Williams had a passion for education, research and care
related to oral mucosal diseases, with a particular emphasis on oral premalignant disease, oral
cancer and oral cancer therapies. The Dr. Michele Williams Memorial Award in Dentistry
honours her memory as a respected and dedicated teaching professional. Recommendations are
made by the Faculty of Dentistry. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Ken WOODS Thunderbird Award - One or more awards, ranging from a minimum value of
$500 to the maximum allowable under athletic association guidelines are offered annually in
recognition of Mr. Woods' passion for sport. The awards are offered to members of Thunderbird
varsity teams, with a preference to members of the UBC Varsity Basketball teams, UBC Varsity
Soccer teams and UBC Varsity Golf teams, in any year of study. Students must have
demonstrated excellent leadership skills and maintained good academic standing. Awards are
made on the recommendation of the President's Athletic Awards Committee. (First Award
Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Previously-Approved Awards with Changes in Terms or Funding Source:
#2195 FLUOR Canada Ltd. Award in Mineral Process Engineering: An award of $1,750 is
offered annually by Fluor Canada Ltd., to a student entering their 3rd or 4th year of a program
leading to an undergraduate degree in Mineral Process Engineering. Preference will be given to a
student entering 4th year. Candidates must have achieved at least a B average in their previous
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year of study and have demonstrated leadership and initiative through organization of and/or
participation in campus and community activities. The award is made on the recommendation of
the Head of the Department of Mining and Mineral Process Engineering.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: Donor requested to change award
classification, from "scholarship" to "award", and award criteria. Accordingly,
reference to coop students was removed while new eligibility criteria were added.
#5380 FLUOR Canada Ltd. Award in Civil Engineering - An award of $1,750 is offered
annually by Fluor Canada Ltd., to a student entering their 3rd or 4th year of a program leading to
an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering. Preference will be given to a student entering 4th
year. Candidates must have achieved at least a B average in their previous year of study and have
demonstrated leadership and initiative through organization of and/or participation in campus
and community activities. The award is made on the recommendation of the Head of the
Department of Civil Engineering.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: The donor requested to change award
classification, from "scholarship" to "award", and award criteria to offer an
academic/service award. Accordingly, reference to co-op students was removed while
new eligibility criteria were added.
#5381 FLUOR Canada Ltd. Award in Electrical Engineering - An award of $1,750 is
offered annually by Fluor Canada Ltd., to a student entering their 3rd or 4th year of a program
leading to an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering. Preference will be given to a
student entering 4th year. Candidates must have achieved at least a B average in their previous
year of study and have demonstrated leadership and initiative through organization of and/or
participation in campus and community activities. The award is made on the recommendation of
the Head of the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: The donor requested to change award
classification, from "scholarship" to "award", and award criteria to offer an academic
service award. Accordingly, reference to co-op students was removed while new
eligibility criteria were added.
#5382 FLUOR Canada Ltd. Award in Mechanical Engineering - An award of $1,750 is
offered annually by Fluor Canada Ltd., to a student entering their 3rd or 4th year of a program
leading to an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering. Preference will be given to a
student entering 4th year. Candidates must have achieved at least a B average in their previous
year of study and have demonstrated leadership and initiative through organization of and/or
participation in campus and community activities. The award is made on the recommendation of
the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: The donor requested to change award
classification, from "scholarship" to "award", and award criteria to offer an
academic/service award. Accordingly, reference to co-op students was removed while
new eligibility criteria were added.
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#5655 BC Association of Speech/Language Pathologists and Audiologists Travel Award in
Audiology - Awards totaling $1,500 are offered annually by the B.C.
Association of Speech/Language Pathologists and Audiologists to graduate students conducting
their externship in audiology outside of the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley but within
British Columbia. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Audiology and
Speech Sciences, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: Donor has increased annual
contribution and requested more flexibility in the number of awards assigned to students
in any given year. Award value and number of awards available have been changed
accordingly. Per donor's request, the revision will be implemented including the
2014/2015 Winter Session.
#5656 BC Association of Speech/Language Pathologists and Audiologists Travel Award in
Speech Pathology - Awards totaling $1,500 are offered annually by the B.C. Association of
Speech/Language Pathologists and Audiologists to graduate students conducting their externship
in speech pathology outside of the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley but within British
Columbia. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Audiology and Speech
Sciences, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: Donor has increased annual
contribution and requested more flexibility in the number of awards assigned to students
in any given year. Award value and number of awards available have been changed
accordingly. Per donor's request, the revision will be implemented including the
2014/2015 Winter Session.
#5705 Kaare Norgaard Award in Medicine -An award of $4,000 is offered annually by the
Norgaard Foundation, administered by the University of Victoria in conjunction with UBC's
Faculty of Medicine, to one self-declared Aboriginal medical student enrolled in the Island
Medical Program who originates from a community on, or in close proximity to, Vancouver
Island (including BC islands between Vancouver Island and mainland BC or the Sunshine
Coast), and who demonstrates their experience/interest/capacity to care for and about the health
of Aboriginal people. First preference will be given to a first-year student who has attended a
college or university on Vancouver Island, and second preference to a second, third or fourth
year student who has attended a college or university on Vancouver Island. This award is made
on the recommendation of the UBC Faculty of Medicine.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: The awards adjudication committee
had slight difficulty in defining the word "pre-med". Reference to completion of "pre-
med" studies has been removed with the donor's consent.
#6425 Elsie and Audrey Jang Scholarship in Cultural Diversity and Harmony -
Scholarships totaling $1,500 have been made available through an endowment established by
Elsie Jang, in memory of her sister Audrey, for graduate students in the School of Music who are
conducting research in the area of ethnomusicology. The goal of this scholarship is to
acknowledge the relevance of music as an instrument that can foster a deeper understanding of
cultural diversity, while contributing to the creation of a more harmonious society. The awards
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are made on the recommendation of the School of Music, in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: The vagueness of the current award
criteria make very difficult to determine a pool of candidates. In collaboration with the
donor and in line with the original spirit of the award, we have identified a more specific
program and changed the award criteria accordingly.
#7330 John and Pam Spouge Bursary in Dentistry - A bursary of $1,000 has been made
available through an endowment established by Pamela Spouge and the Spouge family in
memory of Dr. John D. Spouge who was a Professor of Dentistry (Department of Oral Medicine)
at UBC for many years. Dr. Spouge obtained his university education as a mature student after
serving in World War II. The bursary is awarded to a student in the Doctor of Dental Medicine
Program in the Faculty of Dentistry, with a preference for a student who is entering the program
at a later than normal entry age. The adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: Donor requested to change award
name and number of awards available. Award title and calendar description have been
edited accordingly.
#8303 Scudamore Bursary - A $1,000 bursary is offered annually by Owen Salisbury
Scudamore, BA 1950, BA Sc 1951, in loving memory of his brother Lieutenant John Trelawny
Scudamore, killed in action October 28, 1944, and of his wife Nancy Florence Scudamore (nee
Harvey), BA 1950. The bursary is awarded based on financial need, with first preference
given to a student in the Bachelor of Education program (Secondary or Middle Years) who is
majoring in Physical Education. If, in any given year, no suitable candidate is identified in
that program, the bursary will be given to an undergraduate student in engineering.
Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
Rationale for Proposed Changes - Type of Action: Donor requested that the only bursary
available first be assigned to a student in the Physical Education Program. The number
of bursaries available has been changed and, as a consequence, award eligibility
criteria.
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Appendix B: Curriculum Report
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
New courses, and revised program:
APSC 100 (3) Introduction to Engineering I;
APSC 101 (3) Introduction to Engineering II;
IGEN 450 (3) Pipeline Engineering;
IGEN 451 (3) Pipeline Systems and Infrastructure;
IGEN 452 (3) Pipeline Design;
Applied Science>Master of Engineering>Engineering Management
FACULTY OF ARTS
New and revised courses:
ARTH 101 (3) Ways of Seeing: Introduction to Visual Studies;
ARTH 102 (3) Crisis and Contradiction in Art and the Built Environment;
ARTH 320 (3) Art and Architecture in Spain and the New World (1500-1700);
ARTH 321 (3) Early Modern Italian Art and Culture (ca. 1350-1550);
ARTH 322 (3) Early Modern Italian Art and Culture (ca. 1550-1700);
ARTH 323 (3) Northern European Art and Culture (1400-1600);
ARTH 345 (3) History of Photography: Archive, Spectacle, Reality;
ARTH 362 (3) Art in Japan: Objects and Spaces;
ARTH 363 (3) Art in Japan: The Problem with Painting;
ARTH 368 (3) Art in Japan: Print Media;
ARTH 369 (3) Art in Japan: Modern Visual Culture;
FNEL 281 (3) Sounds of Endangered Languages: Conservation and Revitalization;
FNEL 489 (3/12)d Topics in First Nations and Endangered Languages;
GEOG 498 (3) Geographies of the Middle East;
SOWK 451 (3) Health Care Team Development;
SOWK 452 (6) HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care;
SOWK 453 (3) Disability and Justice;
SOWK 454 (3) Interdisciplinary Practice with Children and Families;
SOWK 455 (6) Palliative Care;
SOWK 456 (l-6)d Special Topics in Collaborative Healthcare
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New courses, revised programs, and new program option:
COMM 120 (3) Business Immersion;
COMM>Undergraduate Program-Master of Management Dual Degree Program Option>Degree
Requirements>Year One;
COMM>BCom>Academic Regulations>Advancement Requirements>Combined Major in Business & Computer
Science;
COMM>BCom>Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management;
COMM 342 (3) Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management I - Study Abroad;
COMM 343 (3) Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management II - Study Abroad;
COMM 344 (3) Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management III - Study Abroad;
COMM 345 (3) Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management IV - Study Abroad;
COMM>BCom>Operations & Logistics;
COMM 414 (3) Data Visualization and Business Analytics;
COMM 415 (3) Quantitative Policy Analysis;
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COMM 443 (3) Service Operations;
COMM 448 (3) Business Logistics and Logistics Services Management;
COMM>Professional Master's Degrees>Master of Business Administration
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
New course:
CONS 302 (3) Issues in Genomics and the Environment
FACULTY OF GRADUATE AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES
New courses, revised program, and new program options:
Applied Science
EECE 595 (3) Mixed-Signal and RF Integrated Circuits and Systems Test;
G+PS>Degree Programs>Civil Engineering>Master of Applied Science>Engineering Management
Arts
Arts PhD Co-Op Program Option [G+PS>Degree Programs>English>PhD>Co-op;
Arts>Co-operative Education Programs>PhD Co-operative Education Option];
ASTU 610 (3) Co-operative Education Work Placement 1;
ASTU 611 (3) Co-operative Education Work Placement 2;
ASTU 612 (3) Co-operative Education Work Placement 3;
ASTU 613 (3) Co-operative Education Work Placement 4
Education
EDCP 539 (3) Narrativity, Ecopedagogy, & Indigeneity;
EDST 528 (3) Social Movements, Political Learning and Popular Education;
EPSE 513 (3) Foundations of Orientation and Mobility for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments;
EPSE 514 (6) Advanced Orientation and Mobility Techniques for Instructors of Individuals who are Blind
or Visually Impaired;
EPSE 546 (3) Assistive Technology for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments;
G+PS>Degree Programs>Special Education>Master of Arts [&] Master of Education>Program
Requirements>Orientation and Mobility
FACULTY OF LAND AND FOOD SYSTEMS
Revised program:
LFS>BSc Food, Nutrition, and Health>Dietetics Major>Program Information>Interprofessional Education Passport
FACULTY OF LAW
Revised program:
Law> Juris Doctor> Academic Regulations>Examinations
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
New and revised courses, and revised program:
PHAR 410 (3) Pharmaceutical Research: From Bench to Bedside and Beyond;
PHRM 170 (1) Community Service Learning I;
PHRM 171 (2) Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience I;
PHAR>Entry-to-Practice Doctor of Pharmacy>Degree Requirements>Professional Year 1
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Appendix C: Emeritus Appointments
Last Name
First
Name
Emeritus Title
Arbel
Vita
Daphne
Professor Emeritus of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies
Bainbridge
Lesley
Associate Professor Emeritus of Physical Therapy
Bates
Gordon S
Associate Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
Baumgard
Godfrey
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Bendickson
Dennis
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Forest Resources Management
Boyd
Susan
Professor Emeritus of Law
Brock
Linda Dale
Associate Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
Bryant
Kenneth E
Associate Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies
Buffam
Frank
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology
Chapman
Marilyn
Professor Emeritus of Language and Literacy Education
Cohodas
Marvin S
Professor Emeritus of Art History, Visual Art and Theory
Corral
Maria
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry
Coulter
David
Associate Professor Emeritus of Educational Studies
Craig
Bonnie
Jean
Professor Emeritus of Oral, Biological and Medical Sciences
Darling
Linda Farr
Associate Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Pedagogy
Douglas
Robert M
Associate Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology
Evans
Kenneth
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Fenster
Howard
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Urologic Sciences
Fitzpatrick
Donald
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
George
M Anne
Associate Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Gorzalka
Boris
Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Hawkes
Michael W
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Botany
Kay
Robert J
Professor Emeritus of Medical Genetics
Levi
Maurice
David
Professor Emeritus of Commerce and Business Administration
MacEntee
Michael 1
Professor Emeritus of Oral Health Sciences
MacLeod
Stuart M
Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
McGregor
Gregor
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Miller
Lynn
Delaine
Associate Professor Emeritus of Educational and Counselling Psychology
and Special Education
Milsom
William K
Professor Emeritus of Zoology
Mitchell
Mary E
General Librarian Emeritus
Purves
Barbara A
Associate Professor Emeritus of Audiology and Speech Sciences
Read
Jesse
Professor Emeritus of Music
Redenbach
Darlene M
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Physical Therapy
Rojas
Alejandro
Associate Professor Emeritus of Applied Biology
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Sack
Fred David
Professor Emeritus of Botany
Savitt
Steven F
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
Scheifele
David W
Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Shapiro
JonE
Professor Emeritus of Language and Literacy Education
Steyn
Douw
Gerbrand
Professor Emeritus of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
Turkington
Robert A
Professor Emeritus of Botany
Walton
Joanne
Noel
Professor Emeritus of Oral Health Sciences
Ward
Rabab
Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Westwood
Marvin J
Professor Emeritus of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special
Education
Williams
E Hector
Professor Emeritus of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies
Windsor-
Liscombe
Rhodri
Professor Emeritus of Art History, Visual Art and Theory

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