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Office of the Senate
Brock Hall | 2016 - 1874 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Phone 604 822 5239
Fax 604 822 5945
www.senate.ubc.ca
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF 15 NOVEMBER 2017
Attendance
Present: Dr S. Ono (Chair), Dr K Ross (Secretary), Mr T. Ahmed, Dean G. Averill, Ms J. Booth,
Dr R. Boushel, Ms S. Brar, Dr H. Brock, Dr V. Bungay, Dr L. Burr, Dean M. Coughtrie, D. Ms
Coulbourn, Dean C. Dauvergne, Mr K. Doering, Mr B. Fischer, Dr A. Fisher, Dr S. Forwell,
Dean B. Frank, Mr F. Gallegos, Dr J. Gattinger, Dr S. Grayston, Mr S. Haffey, Ms M. Hamid, Dr
P. Harrison, Dean R. Helsley, Dr M. Isaacson, Dr A. Ivanov, Prof. C. Jaeger, Dr A. Kindler, Dr
M. Koehoorn, Dr C. Krebs, Dr M. Kuus, Dr K. Lo, Dr P. Loewen, Dr D. MacDonald, Ms A.
MacDougall, Mr K. Madill, Dr CW. Marshall, Dr P. Marshall, Dr S. Matsui, Mr B. McNulty, Dr
A. Murphy, Ms S. Ngo, Ms S. Parker, Dean S. Peacock, Mr I. Sapollnik, Ms A. Shilling, Dr J.
Shepherd, Prof. A. Sheppard, Dr S. Singh, Mr M. Stewart, Dr L. Stothers, Dr A. Szeri, Dr R.
Tees, Dr M. Thachuk, Dr S. Thorne, Ms L. Wang, Dean R. Yada
Regrets: Dr A. Collier, Dr G. Faulkner, Dean J. Innes, Dean D. Kelleher, Dr D. Lam, Dean M.
MacDougall Dr W. McKee, Dr C. Nislow, Dean Pro Tem. J. Olson, Ms S. Park, Mr M. Pratt,
Dean S Porter, Mr Q. Salehmohamed
Clerk: Mr C. Eaton
Call to Order
The Chair of Senate, Dr Santa J. Ono, called the third regular meeting of the Vancouver Senate
for the 2017/2018 Academic Year to order at 6:04 pm
Senate Membership
The Registrar introduced Ms Amber Shilling to Senate as a student representative for the Faculty
of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies until 31 March 2018 and thereafter until replaced.
Minutes of 18 October 2017
Richard tees
Lynn Stothers
}        That the Minutes of the Meeting of 18 October
2017 be adopted as corrected.
Corrections: Shepperdname. A MacDougall
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appointed to appeals committee.
Approved
Business Arising from the Minutes
The President noted that at its last meeting, Senate approved a change to Policy 18 with the
proviso that changes be made to its procedures. Dr Ono said he appreciated the concerns of
Senators and others and thanked them for their views. He advised that he has asked the
University Counsel to prepare amendments to Policy 18 that recognize both the participation of
Senators, and those of faculty members at large, and hoped to see those amendments come
forward in the upcoming months.
Tributes Committee
Dr Sally Throne, Chair of the Senate Tributes Committee, presented.
DR ROBERT KUBICEK
Robert Kubicek was born in Drumheller, Alberta, in 1935. Educated at the University of Alberta,
the London School of Economics, and Duke University, Dr Kubicek was a member of the
Department of History at UBC for 37 years. He served as a member of Senate from 1972 to 1975
as a representative of the joint faculties.
Dr Kubicek's primary research interest was the history of the British Empire, with a focus on the
administrative, economic, and technological aspects of the Empire in the 19th century. He
published widely on subjects that ranged from class relations in South Africa, to the history of
mining in British Columbia, to 19th century ship design. Dr. Kubicek was known as a
conscientious teacher and dedicated supervisor to his graduate students.
Inducted into the Quarter Century Club in 1996, Dr Kubicek's contributions to the University
were extensive and varied. In addition to his time on Senate, he served terms as President of the
Faculty Association, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts, and Head of the Department of
History. Dr. Kubicek retired as Professor Emeritus in 2000.
In his retirement, Dr Kubicek enjoyed fly-fishing with the Harry Hawthorn Club, and was an
active member of the Men's Mid-Week Golf Club at the University Golf Club.
To his family and friends, the Senate and the University of British Columbia offers their
condolences and thanks.
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Sally Thorne }        That Senate approve the Memorial Minute for Dr
Lawrence Burr Robert Kubicek, that it be entered into the Minutes
of Senate and copies be sent to the family of the
deceased.
Approved
Remarks from the Chair
The President apologized for missing the last meeting of Senate; noting that he was in Kigali
Rwanda with the MasterCard Foundation: an organization that sponsored students at UBC. he
advised that he had joined a group drafting a white paper to chart the course for the next decade
for the MasterCard Foundation's work.
UBC DEVELOPMENT
Dr Ono advised that at a recent board meeting, we noted that philanthropic giving to UBC has
gone up significantly. Last year, we had 7 gifts of $5 million or more, up from zero the year
before. Last year was close to a record and we area head of that pace for this year. There will be
an announcement in the next few weeks on a focused effort to enhance scholarship support for
students.
FEDERAL RELATIONS
The President reminded Senate that the former Governor General, David Johnston, has convened
a group for student mobility. This document is intended to ask the government of Canada to
support students who want to have an international experience. Dr Ono noted that the other
major advocacy role UBC is undertaking federally is encouraging the government to provide
competitive Tricouncil funding. In real dollars, there has been a 35% drop in five years for
Tricouncil support.
UNITED STATES
Dr Ono advised Senate that he had just returned from the Association of Public and Land Grant
Universities in the United States, where they were in the midst of dealing with uncertainty
around both immigration and tax reform. It is clear that universities are a target of tax reforms
with plans under development for endowments, faculty, and tuition waivers to be subject to more
taxation.
The President noted that with United States immigration reform, including Republican interest in
reducing "J" visas, green cards, and "exceptional ability" exceptions, there is a significant
amount of interest among faculty and students in Canada; we are in a competition with the
Canada 150 chairs program for exactly this kind of talent.
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STRATEGIC PLAN
Dr Ono noted that working groups that are working intensively and the Senate would be updated
as their work progressed.
FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
Dr Ono explained that in the midst of the summer there were some challenging events at some
American universities where the principle of freedom of expression vs concerns around hate
speech were blurred in a harmful way. A number of faculty members reached out the president
and suggested a dialogue or conversation on Stephen Toope's statement on Freedom of
Expression from 2009. There were also a number of flyers distributed across campus and there
was a dialogue on if this was offensive or appropriate.
At the encouragement of faculty, Dr Ono advised that he turned to Neil Guppy, Senior Advisor
to the Provosts on Academic Freedom, and Dr Guppy convened a group to look at UBC's
existing statement. Dr Ono stated that as an alumnus of the University of Chicago, he was often
asked why he did not suggest UBC adopt their statement. To that, he replied that we need a
policy that worked for British Columbia and not for Chicago. To that end, A group of faculty
and staff produced a draft statement that was sent to the President at the end of September. Dr
Ono advised that The Globe and Mail's claim that UBC decided to "shelve' the statement was
inaccurate; rather, we were considering what time and what forum to continue that conversation.
The President opined that at the core, this issues has to do with both academic freedom and
freedom of expression, and both of these are integral to any institution. Dr Ono stated that we
need to decide on a path forward for UBC in this area, and suggested that those members of the
working group who wish to engage could consider that input and revise the statement as
appropriate
Candidates for Degrees
Philip Loewen
Catherine Dauvergne
That the candidates for degrees and diplomas, as
recommended by the faculties, be granted the
degree or diploma for which they were
recommended, effective November 2017, and that
a committee comprised of the Registrar, the dean
of the relevant faculty, and the Chair of the
Vancouver Senate be empowered to make any
necessary adjustments.
Awards Committee
Approved
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The Chair of the Senate Awards Committee, Dr Lawrence Burr, presented.
NEW AND REVISED AWARDS
See Appendix A: Awards Report
Lawrence Bun-
Peter Marshall
That Senate accept the awards as listed and
forward them to the Board of Governors for
approval; and that letters of thanks be sent to the
donors.
Dr Burr noted that around $75 000 in new awards were proposed this month.
Senator Doering asked if we had non-student awards policies.
The Acting Secretary, Mr Christopher Eaton, replied that we did have the same
regulatory structure around non-student awards that we had around student awards. Non-
student awards were proposed by the faculties (or in one case the library) and approved
on a case-by-case basis.
Approved
Admissions Committee
The Chair of the Senate Admissions Committee, Professor Carol Jaeger, presented.
CHANGES IN ADMISSION REQUHIEMENTS FOR DIRECT-ENTRY UNDERGRADUATE
APPLICANTS - CANADIAN ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES
Carol Jaeger
Jakob Gattinger
To approve the proposed changes in admission
requirements for direct-entry undergraduate
applicants, effective for entry to the 2018 Winter
Session and thereafter.
Approved
Curriculum Committee
The Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee, Dr Peter Marshall, presented.
PROPOSALS FROM THE FACULTIES OF OF APPLIED SCIENCE, ARTS, EDUCATION, FORESTRY,
GRADUATE AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES LAND AND FOOD SYSTEMS, AND
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
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See Appendix B: Curriculum Report
Peter Marshall } That the new courses and new program
Richard Tees requirements brought forward by the faculty of
Applied Science, Arts, Education, Forestry,
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (Taw,
Medicine, Pharmaceutical Sciences), land and
Food Systems, and Pharmaceutical Sciences be
approved.
Dr P.Marshall noted that while this docket was lengthy, there were fewer new courses that it
appeared. One course was repeated six times, it was an interdisciplinary proposal that was
acceptable to many faculties.
Senator Thachuk noted that the Faculty of Science wasn't offering the Science and Society
course.
Dr Harrison suggested that the course was language science not science at large. For
science students, the course was more valuable as an Arts elective than as a Science
course.
Approved
NEW CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN INDIGENOUS PUBLIC HEALTH
(FOR CREDIT); CERTIFICATE IN INDIGENOUS PUBLIC HEALTH (NON-CREDIT)
Dr P. Marshall informed Senate that the Senate Curriculum Committee had approved two new
certificate programs, one for credit, and one non-credit in Indigenous Public Health.
Mr Marshal German, Program Manager, Public Health Certificate, Faculty of Medicine was
welcomed to the floor and spoke on the importance of these new certificates to the community,
to UBC, and to its students.
Report from the President
DRAFT STATEMENT ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
Dr Neil Guppy, Senior Advisor to the Provost's on Academic Freedom, presented. He noted that
there was some confusion between Academic Freedom and Freedom of Expression and assured
Senate that there was no intention to rewrite or in any way change the Senate's policy on
Academic Freedom through this process.
Dr Guppy noted that they had received around 150 responses so far to the draft statement. Three
or four said freedom of expression is freedom of expression and should be protected full stop. A
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lot of people asked what the line was when speech became hate speech. The other side of the
issue is people who want a learning environment that is conducive to freedom to expression. We
tried to go further than many universities have and say what learning environment we value. We
are trying to balance those discussions. People are focusing on various things and we will try to
parse that out when we share the feedback. To that end, 2 to 15 people have asked to write
extended reviews. The question is what will we do next. We need to read everything, see what
the opinions are, and then have a working group come together to try to reconcile a contentious
set of issues.
Senator Isaacson asked what the consequences would be adopting such a statement. Would
administrators make decisions about appropriateness of speech under this statement?
Dr Guppy said that we had a lot of policies and processes in place and we don't think we
are re-writing many of those things. He noted that the statement is just that, a statement;
the Board or the Senate as a policy didn't consider or approve it as they would with a
formal policy.
The President said in response to administrative actions, the idea of Richard Spencer showed
how different institutions could have different views on freedom of expression. The University
of Cincinnati invited him; The Ohio State University decided that they wouldn't invite him and
they would put up with litigation so they didn't have to put their faculty and staff in harms way.
Dr Ono also mentioned the economics of these situations when security is needed for
controversies, with some universities having to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Senator Thachuk said a conversation is fine, but a policy that was applied and had consequences
needed to be more specific.
Richard Tees thanked Dr Guppy for his work. He requested that this document be brought back
to Senate and that a further conversation happen closer to the final version.
Report from the Provost
ANNUAL REPORT ON STUDENT EVALUATION ON TEACHING
The Provost, Dr Andrew Szeri, introduced Vice-Provost Eric Eich to present on his behalf.
Dr Eich noted that the overall quality of teaching is assessed on a 5-point scale with an overall of
4.2. 70% were 4 or higher. Most low ratings come from classes with a low response rate. If we
apply a minimum response standard, 12 of our 13 worse cases are removed from the dataset.
Most departments also use peer review of teaching, review of assignments and workload, and
other data to get a more rounded picture of teaching. The average has always been in the low 4s.
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Senator Gattinger asked if there was a correlation between sessional status and tenure track
faculty and certain scores.
Dr Eich replied that there didn't seem to be a difference in the data.
Senator Doering noted that since 2011 the number f faculty members who chose to share results
have decreased from 11% to 7%.
Dr Eich said he valued transparency and wasn't sure why faculty did not want to do so.
We would look into this further and encourage faculty to share their results.
Senator Tees noted the importance of following up on evaluations.
Report from the University Librarian
ANNUAL REPORT ON THE LIBRARY
NB: FOR A COPY THIS REPORT, PLEASE SEE THE SECRETARY
The University Librarian, Ms Susan E Parker, she gave her to the Senate Library Committee and
its chair, Dr Lawrence Burr, Provost Andrew Szeri, as well as the library staff for their support in
her first year at UBC.
Senator Gattinger asked with the exchange rate gap, does the library currency hedge its
acquisitions budget.
Ms Parker replied that there were challenges to do that because the renewal cycles
weren't in sync. In the US we cannot buy ahead, but apparently you can in Canada.
Senator Krebs noted the high price of electronic research journals; are we working to negotiate
better prices?
Ms Parker replied yes. We belong to a series of overlapping consortia that has done better
on average in negotiating prices. We want to continue that strategy; it is hard to lose
access to journals. We do look to find alternatives to change the publishing paradigm.
Senator Gattinger asked what our total journal subscription cost was.
Ms Parker said $18M last year total, 2/3 rds of which was journals and most of those
electronic.
In Camera - Tributes Committee
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HONORARY DEGREES
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Adjournment
Seeing no other business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:10 pm.
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Appendix A: Awards Report
New Awards - Endowed
David Black Thunderbird Men's Basketball Award
One award to the maximum allowable value under athletic association guidelines has been made
available through an endowment to a member of the Thunderbird Men's Basketball team in any
year of study who has demonstrated excellent leadership skills and maintained good academic
standing. Preference will be given to a graduate of Victoria High School in Victoria, BC; or a
high school on Vancouver Island; or a student who is a Canadian citizen. The award is made on
the recommendation of the Athletics Awards Committee. (First Award Available in the
2017/2018 Winter Session.)
Dell and Del Johnson Memorial Prize in Nursing
A $1,200 prize has been made available through an endowment established by Cathy Ebbehoj
(BSN 1975, MSN 1999), a retired faculty member of the UBC School of Nursing, to the
graduating student who achieves the overall top grade in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
program. This prize was established in honour of Cathy's parents Dell and Del Johnson, who
both deeply valued education and in memory of Cathy's classmate Laura-Lynne McBain (1952 -
2006) who achieved top marks in the BSN class of 1975. The prize is made on the
recommendation of the School of Nursing. (First Award Available in the 2017/2018 Winter
Session.)
Michael John Page Postdoctoral Fellow Award
Awards totalling $1,200 have been made available through an endowment to recognize
postdoctoral fellows who reflects Dr. Page's academic excellence and his passion for life. These
awards are open to Postdoctoral Fellows (PDF) in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular
Biology or the Centre for Blood Research in recognition of outstanding academic achievement
combined with significant extra-curricular achievements (both scientific and non-scientific).
Nominees must have held a PDF appointment at UBC for at least one year. The awards will be
made on recommendation of the Postdoctoral Fellow's research supervisor; each research
supervisor may nominate only one PDF per year. The nominator must hold an appointment as a
full member of the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology or be an Investigator in
the Centre for Blood Research. (First Award available in the 2018/19 academic session.)
Leon Tuey Bursary in Art Education
Bursaries totalling $2,000 have been made available through an endowment established by Leon
Tuey for students who are studying art education in the Faculty of Education. The bursaries are
adjudicated by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2018/19 academic session.)
New Awards - Annual
Maureen Howe AWF Lifetime Achievement Award
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A $3,750 award is offered annually by the Association of Women in Finance in honour of
Maureen Howe to a female undergraduate student entering the third year of the Bachelor of
Commerce program at the UBC Sauder School of Business who has achieved outstanding
academic merit. Preference is given to a student who is specializing in finance, has a history of
community service, plans to pursue a career in finance and has demonstrated an ability to
overcome adversity. Maureen is the former managing director of Equity Research with RBC
Capital Markets and is currently on the board of directors of several Canadian companies and
foundations. The award is made on the recommendation of the UBC Sauder School of Business.
(First Award Available in the 2017/2018 Winter Session.)
Master of Community and Regional Planning Bursary
Bursaries are offered annually by the Faculty of Applied Science to graduate students in the
Master of Community and Regional Planning program who demonstrate financial need.
Available funding is determined based on the number of students enrolled in the program. The
bursaries are adjudicated by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2018 Summer
Session.)
Dr. Geoffrey Newman Graduate Scholarship in Music
Scholarships totalling $7,500 are offered annually by Dr. Geoffrey Newman to graduate students
in the School of Music who demonstrate commitment and exceptional talent in voice or
instrumental performance. Geoffrey is a scholar and a music journalist who benefited from
extensive musical education. It is his hope to inspire deeper interest in classical music among
UBC students. The scholarships are made on the recommendation of the School of Music in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in
the 2017/2018 Winter Session.)
Tianzhu Fellowship in Buddhist Studies
Fellowships totalling $40,000 are offered annually by the Liuzu Temple of Guangdong for
graduate students in the Faculty of Arts undertaking research on East Asian Buddhist Studies.
Preference will be given to students researching Chinese Buddhism. The fellowships are
renewable for a period of three years or until a graduate degree is completed, whichever is
shorter. The fellowships are made on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in
the 2017/18 Winter Session.)
President's Award for Distinguished Service by a UBC Emeritus.
One or more awards of $1000 are offered annually by the UBC Association of Professors
Emeritus to UBC Emeriti who have, since attaining Emeritus status, displayed exceptional
leadership or initiative in volunteer community service that benefits others in Canada or abroad.
It is anticipated that the recipient will direct the Award to an organization, charity, or fund of
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their choosing. Nominations for the award may be made by any Emeritus to the Vice Provost's
Office, UBC. The first Award will be in 2017-2018.
Eligibility: all persons listed under "Emeritus Staff in The UBC Vancouver Academic Calendar.
Previously-Approved Awards with Changes in Terms or Funding Source:
7319 - Medicine Class of 1966 Fred Scriver UBC MED '66 Memorial Bursary
Bursaries totalling $3,000 have been endowed made available through an endowment by
members of the Graduating Class of Medicine 1966 in memory of their late classmate, Fred
Scriver, to aid students in the M.D. Program who are in need of financial assistance for medical
students who demonstrate financial need. Originally established in 2007 to recognize the
untimely passing of classmate Fred Scriver, the bursaries also honour the memories of additional
classmates who are no longer with us while recognizing each classmate's unique area of
contribution and the unique challenges that life has brought. The bursaries are adjudicated by
Enrolment Services.
Rationale for Proposed Changes
Upon the request of The Graduating Class of Medicine 1966 as represented by Dr. Steve
Tredwell, and supported by Fred Scriver's widow, and in collaboration with the
Medicine Development team, we are revising the name of the "Graduating Class of
Medicine 1966 Fred Scriver Memorial Bursary" to the new name "UBC MED '66
Memorial Bursary" to better reflect that the fund is in memory of all classmates who
have died.
1830 - Impact of Ten Dental Hygiene Scholarship
A $1,550 Scholarships totalling $1,550 have been made available through an endowment
established has been endowed by the Impact of Ten group - alumni and friends of the UBC
Dental Hygiene Degree Program. The scholarships is are awarded to a 4th year students enrolled
in the Dental Hygiene Degree Program. The recipient is selected on the basis of academic
standing. The scholarships are made on the Recommendations are made by of the Faculty of
Dentistry.
Rationale for Proposed Changes
Upon the request of the donors and the Dental Development team, we are revising the
award description to offer multiple scholarships as the endowment has grown in size.
Appendix B: Curriculum Report
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
New course
APSC 402 (3) Living Language: Science and Society
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ARTS
New course
ASTU 402 (3) Living Language: Science and Society
EDUCATION
New course
LLED 402 (3) Living Language: Science and Society
FORESTRY
New course
FRST 402 (3) Living Language: Science and Society
LAND AND FOOD SYSTEMS
New course
LFS 402 (3) Living Language: Science and Society
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
New courses
PHAR 402 (3) Living Language: Science and Society;
PHRM 455 (0) PharmD Registration
FACULTY OF GRADUATE AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES
Law
New program requirements
G+PS>Laws>Master of Laws
Medicine
New concentration
Master of Science in PPH>Health Economics concentration
New courses
SPPH 546 (3) Introduction to Health Economics; SPPH 549 (3)
Advanced Economic Evaluation in Healthcare
Pharmaceutical Sciences
New course
PHAR 560 (3) Advanced Economic Evaluation in Health Care
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