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 The University  of  British  Columbia
Vancouver Senate Secretariat
Senate and Curriculum Services
Enrolment Services
2016-1874 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
www.senate.ubc.ca
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF JANUARY 23, 2002
Attendance
The Fifth Regular Meeting of the Senate of the University of British Columbia for the
Session 2001/02 was held on Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 102,
George F. Curtis Building.
Present: President M. C. Piper (Chair), Vice President B. C. McBride, Dean F. S. Abbott,
Dr. P. Adebar, Ms. C. Bekkers, Dr. J. D. Berger, Dean J. Blom, Mr. P. T. Brady, Dr. H.
M. Burt, Dean J. A. Cairns, Mr. T. C. Y. Chan, Mr. C. Eaton, Dr. D. W. Fielding, Dr. D.
Fisher, Ms. M. Friesen, Dr. J. H. V. Gilbert, Dr. S. W. Hamilton, Dr. P. E. Harding, Dr. J.
Helliwell, Ms. J. Hutton, Dean M. Isaacson, Dr. C. Jillings, Mr. I. Kathrada, Dr. D. D.
Kitts, Dean M. M. Klawe, Dr. B. S. Lalli, Mr. G. Lloyd, Mr. T. P. T. Lo, Mr. R. W.
Lowe, Dr. M. I. MacEntee, Mr. B. J. MacLean, Dean pro tem. A. Martin-Matthews, Mr.
W. B. McNulty, Ms. V. G. Mirehouse, Mr. R. W. Morasiewicz, Dean D. Muzyka, Dr. P.
N. Nemetz, Dr. J. Perry, Dean M. Quayle, Ms. C. Quinlan, Dr. H. J. Rosengarten, Dr. J.
N. Saddler, Dr. K. Schonert-Reichl, Mr. A. F. Sheppard, Mr. B. Simpson, Dr. C. E.
Slonecker, Ms. D. Soochan, Ms. L. M. Sparrow, Mr. C. Ste-Croix, Dr. B. Stelck, Dr. R.
C. Tees, Dean R. J. Tierney, Mr. D. Tompkins, Mr. W. Tong, Ms. G. Y. C. Tsai, Mr. D.
R. Verma, Dr. R. Wilson, Dr. R. A. Yaworsky, Mr. W. Yuen.
By Invitation: Dr. Donald Wehrung (International Student Initiative)
Regrets: Dr. W. L. Sauder (Chancellor), Mr. R. Affleck, Dr. R. W. Blake, Mr. P. T. Burns,
Mr. A. Campbell, Dr. R. Goldman-Segall, Dr. D. Granot, Dean F. Granot, Mr. E.
Greathed, Ms. M. Hassen, Dr. A. G. Hannam, Rev. T. J. Hanrahan, Mr. R. R. Hira, Dr.
V. LeMay, Dr. P. L. Marshall, Dr. W. R. McMaster, Dr. K. MacQueen, Dr. F. P. D.
Navin, Dr. G. N. Patey, Dr. T. F. Pedersen, Mr. G. Podersky-Cannon, Dr. V. Raoul, Ms.
H. E. Roman, Dr. C. Shields, Dr. D. Sjerve, Mr. E. Storm, Dr. J. R. Thompson, Dr. D. Ll.
Williams, Dean E. H. K. Yen.
Senate Membership
Dr. David W. Fielding replaced Dr. Donald M. Lyster as a faculty representative from the
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. President Piper welcomed Dr. Fielding to Senate.
Vol. 2001/02 12830
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Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Tees l        That the Minutes of the Meeting of December
Dr. Rosengarten J       12, 2001 be adopted as circulated.
Carried.
Remarks from the Chair and Related Questions
HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENTS FOR 2002
President Piper was pleased to announce that the following candidates had agreed to
accept their respective honorary degrees at the May 2002 congregation ceremonies.
Donald Calne
Maurice Copithorne
Garde Gardom
Meg Hickling
Philip B. Lind
Simon Lucas
Douglas "Buzz" Moore
Timothy Parsons
Charles Scriver
Gerri Sinclair
Ronald Smith
Harriet Winspear
In addition, Shirley Tilghman had agreed to accept her degree at a ceremony to be held in
November 2002.
HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
President Piper drew attention to two construction projects on campus:
1. Korea University-UBC House: a student residence co-sponsored by Korea
University (KU). This first component of an international college to be
constructed at UBC was scheduled for completion in the fall of 2002, and was
to house 200 students attending a joint academic program at UBC:
approximately 100 from each of UBC and KU.
2. Faculty and Staff Housing. An additional 36 housing units for faculty and staff
were under construction and expected to be completed within approximately
10 months.
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Academic Policy Committee
UPCOMING FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENTS
President Piper drew attention to two announcements to be made within the following
month:
1. The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) was to make its first funding
announcement in 18 months on January 28, 2002. UBC was optimistic that a
significant portion of its $140-million total request would be funded.
2. The provincial budget was to be announced on February 19, 2002. UBC
administrators were actively working with provincial decision-makers with
respect to the budget for 2002/03.
CURRICULUM FORUM FOLLOWING SEPTEMBER 11
The President stated that the Vice President, Academic and Provost planned to announce
an upcoming open forum to examine how UBC should educate future citizens of the
world, particularly in light of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Academic Policy Committee
Dr. Tees presented the reports, as Chair of the Committee.
BLOOD BORNE VIRUS AND FACULTY OF MEDICINE STUDENTS
Dr. Tees announced that the consideration of the proposed policy on Blood Borne Virus
and UBC Faculty of Medicine students had been postponed until the February 2002
meeting of Senate, so that the Admissions Committee might also examine the policy and
comment as appropriate.
CALENDAR ENTRIES ON ACADEMIC CONCESSION AND RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS
The following report had been circulated.
Calendar Entries on Academic Concession and Religious Holidays
Present Calendar Entries (in Section IV, Academic Regulations)
Religious Holidays
Recognizing the religious diversity of the UBC community, UBC permits students who are
scheduled to attend classes or write examinations on holy days of their religion to notify their
instructors in advance of a holy day they wish to observe by absenting them-
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Academic Policy Committee
selves from class or examination. Instructors will provide opportunity for students to make up
work or examinations missed without penalty.
Students are required to give two weeks' notice of their intention to absent themselves under
the terms of the university policy on religious holidays. They shall notify the instructor of each
course or, where this cannot be done, the head or director of the unit concerned.
Academic Concession
The university encourages all students to complete their course work and degree programs.
Students who are suffering from medical, emotional or other problems which may adversely
affect their attendance or performance in a course or program should follow the procedures
below, and should notify the office of their dean or director, or their instructors, as soon as
possible if they intend to request academic concession.
Students absent from final examinations held in the official examination periods must request
academic concession from the office of their dean or director. Students who are absent at
other times, or are unable to complete tests or other graded work because of short-term illness
or for other reasons, should normally discuss with their instructors how they can make up for
missed work, according to written guidelines given them at the start of the course (see the
section Grading Practices in this chapter). Instructors are not required to make allowance for
any missed test or incomplete work that is not satisfactorily accounted for. Students also have
the right to request academic concession from their dean or director's office.
Students who wish to request academic concession from the office of the dean or director must
apply to the office as close as possible to the time their attendance is adversely affected. The
university, in considering these requests or any appeals of decisions on academic concession,
will not normally take into account untimely notifications. When a student requests academic
concession, he or she will be asked to provide such evidence as is deemed appropriate. If there
is a medical problem, the student should submit a Statement of Illness obtained from the
Student Health Service or the attending physician. The student may be asked to provide
additional information. The academic concessions that may be granted include the following:
permission to drop or withdraw from a course after the normal deadlines (see Change of
Registration), Aegrotat standing or Deferred standing (see Grading Practices) and withdrawal
from the university (see Withdrawal).
If permission is given to drop or withdraw from a course, any refund of fees will be in
accordance with normal policy (see Refund of Fees).
Students in good academic standing who are permitted to withdraw from the university may
apply to re-enrol in the program from which they withdrew. Application to re-enrol must be
made by the published application deadline for the program. A student permitted to withdraw
may be told the time period during which an application to re-enrol will be permitted. A
medical certificate may be required to satisfy the university that the student is ready to
continue studies.
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Academic Policy Committee
Proposed Calendar Entry (to remain in Section IV, Academic Regulations)
Action: delete calendar entry on religious holidays and amend calendar entry on academic
concession as follows (material on religious observance in bold).
Academic Concession
Students may request academic concession in circumstances that may adversely affect their
attendance or performance in a course or program. Such circumstances include:
• a medical condition
• emotional or other problems
• religious observance.
Students who intend, or, as the result of a circumstance, must request academic concession
should notify their dean or director, or their instructor(s) as specified in the procedures below.
Religious observance may preclude attending classes or examinations at certain times. In
accordance with the UBC Policy on Religious Holidays (see http://policy.ubc.ca/
policy65.htm), students who wish to be accommodated for religious reasons must notify their
instructors in writing at least two weeks in advance, and preferably earlier.
Students absent from final examinations held in the official examination periods must request
academic concession from the office of their dean or director. Students who are absent at
other times, or are unable to complete tests or other graded work because of short term illness,
religious obligation, or for other reasons, should normally discuss with their instructors as
quickly as possible how they can make up for missed work, according to written guidelines
given them at the start of the course (see the section Grading Practices in this chapter).
Instructors are not required to make allowance for any missed test or incomplete work that is
not satisfactorily accounted for. Students also have the right to request academic concession
from their dean or director's office.
Students who wish to request academic concession from the office of the dean or director must
apply to the office as close as possible to the time their attendance is adversely affected. In the
case of religious observance, the office of the dean or director must receive notification a
minimum of two weeks in advance. The university, in considering these requests or any
appeals of decisions on academic concession, will not normally take into account untimely
notifications. When a student requests academic concession, he or she will be asked to provide
such evidence as is deemed appropriate. If there is a medical problem, the student should
submit a Statement of Illness obtained from the Student Health Service or the attending
physician. The student may be asked to provide additional information.
The academic concessions that may be granted include the following: permission to make up
coursework or examinations, to withdraw from a course after the normal deadlines (see
Change of Registration), Aegrotat standing or Deferred standing (see Grading Practices) and
withdrawal from the university (see Withdrawal from the University). Accommodation for an
examination scheduled during the regular examination period may require that the student
write a deferred examination at a later date set by the instructor or department in accordance
with University regulations governing
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deferred examinations (see Deferred and Supplemental Examinations). If permission is given
to drop or withdraw from a course, any refund of fees will be in accordance with normal
policy (see Refund of Fees).
Students in good academic standing who are permitted to withdraw from the university may
apply for readmission to the program from which they withdrew. Application for readmission
must be made by the published application deadline for the program. A student permitted to
withdraw may be told the time period during which an application for readmission will be
accepted. A medical certificate may be required to satisfy the university that the student is
ready to continue studies.
Rationale
The UBC Policy on Religious Holidays (Board policy #65) remains unchanged. Combining
the Calendar entries on Religious Holidays and Academic Concession will clarify students'
expectations and obligations with respect to accommodation for religious observance. This
amalgamation should also make the information easier for students to locate in the Calendar.
Dr. Tees l        That Senate approve the proposed changes to
Dr. Berger J        the Calendar entries on Academic Concession
and Religious Holidays.
Carried.
Curriculum Committee
Please see also 'Appendix A: Curriculum Summary.'
Dr. Berger presented the reports, as Chair of the Committee.
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Dr. Berger l        That Senate approve the curriculum proposals
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Dean Isaacson J        from the Faculty of Applied Science.
Carried.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Dr. Berger announced that consideration of three new graduate programs had been
postponed until the February 2002 meeting of Senate, so that the Admissions Committee
might review and report on the respective admission statements. The courses related to
these programs remained
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Curriculum Committee
on the present agenda for approval, as only approval of the programs themselves had
been postponed.
The three new programs were:
1. Intercontinental Master of Education in Adult Learning and Global Change;
2. Master of Educational Technology (joint with Tec de Monterrey); and
3. Master of Arts in Ancient Culture, Religion, and Ethnicity in the Mediterranean
and the Near East (ACRE).
Graduate Studies: Education
Dr. Berger
Prof. Sheppard
That Senate approve the new graduate course
proposals under subject codes ADED and
ETEC.
In response to queries, Dean Tierney stated that the Master of Educational Technology
would be delivered primarily by distance education, and that some of the ETEC courses
would be developed jointly with Tec de Monterrey, while others would be developed by
UBC independently.
The motion was
put and carried.
Graduate Studies: Arts
Dr. Berger
Dr. Tees
That the course proposals under subject codes
CNRS, COST, and ARST be approved.
In response to a query from Dr. MacEntee, Dr. Harding confirmed that the term "Near
East" was in current use in the field of ancient studies.
The motion was
put and carried.
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Reports from the Vice President, Academic and Provost
Graduate Studies: Medicine
Dr. Berger l        That the proposed new course BIOC 535 be
Dean Cairns i        approved.
Carried.
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Dr. Berger noted that the proposed program changes were to be phased in, with most
changes becoming effective for students beginning their studies in 2003.
Dr. Berger l        That the curriculum proposals from the
Dean Abbott i       Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences be
approved.
Carried.
FACULTIES OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
Dr. Berger reminded members of Senate that the B.Sc. or B.A. Major in Cognitive Systems
had been approved by the Curriculum Committee approximately 18 months earlier, but
that the program had been tabled by the Senate until some funding and approval-process
problems could be resolved.
Dr. Berger l        That the proposed B.Sc. and B.A. Majors in
Dr. Gilbert i        Cognitive Systems be approved.
Carried.
Reports from the Vice President, Academic and Provost
FIVE-YEAR REVIEW OF THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INITIATIVE
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Manager, Senate & Curriculum Services.
In introducing the report, Vice President McBride acknowledged the work done by Dr.
Donald Wehrung and the staff of the International Student Initiative, as well as by deans'
offices and Enrolment Services. He noted that the program was successful, in part, due to
Dr. Wehrung's
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Reports from the Vice President, Academic and Provost
dogged determination. He described Dr. Wehrung as an agent for positive change.
Members of Senate applauded.
Vice President McBride recalled that the Board of Governors had approved the
International Student Initiative in 1996, with the mandate to increase international
enrolment by 10% without displacing domestic students, and to charge full-cost tuition
fees to international students. Dr. McBride reviewed enrolment statistics for international
students by Faculty, noting that the majority of new international students had been
admitted to Arts, followed by Science, Commerce & Business Administration (Bachelor of
Commerce), and Applied Science.
The International Student Initiative had made a considerable impact on the composition
of the student body. In 2001/2002, UBC admitted 1038 international students from 76
different countries. Dr. McBride remarked that many Canadian students who have been
educated abroad choose to return to UBC for their undergraduate programs, possibly due
to exposure generated by the ISI.
Eight new renewable entrance scholarships valued between $12 K and $27 K were
introduced for 2001/02. These scholarships were funded by a surtax on international
student tuition fees.
International students appeared to succeed academically at approximately the same rate
as domestic students, although international students in Science and Applied Science
showed lower-than-average GPA's in their third and fourth years. Vice President McBride
pointed out that, because only one four-year cohort had passed through, the available
statistics were very preliminary.
In response to a query from Dean Isaacson, Vice President McBride confirmed that some
portion of students admitted as international had converted to domestic status (and thus
paid lower
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Tributes Committee - in camera
tuition fees) during the course of their studies. Dr. Wehrung stated that approximately 4
percent of admitted students became permanent residents prior to registration, while
between 10 and 15 percent became permanent residents prior to degree completion. This
trend varied by program and by country, and the International Student Initiative was
monitoring international to domestic conversion rates.
TEACHING AWARD TO DR. C. LEE GASS
Vice President McBride was pleased to announce that Dr. C. Lee Gass of the Department
of Zoology had been named Canadian Professor of the Year jointly by the Canadian
Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE) and the Council for Advancement
and Support of Education (CASE). Vice President McBride described Dr. Gass as "a
superb teacher and educator." Members of Senate applauded.
Tributes Committee - in camera
EMERITUS STATUS
Please see 'Appendix B: Candidates for Emeritus Status.'
Dr. Helliwell l        That the candidates listed be granted emeritus
Mr. Verma J        status.
In response to a query from Mr. Tompkins, Dr. Helliwell confirmed that all faculty who
meet the established service and age criteria, assuming good conduct, were recommended
for emeritus status.
The motion was
put and carried.
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Other Business
Other Business
CHAIR IN PUNJABI LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND SIKH STUDIES
Dr. Lalli l        That the Vice President, Academic and Provost
Mr. Brady i        report to the Senate at its February 27, 2002
meeting on the status of the chair entitled
" Chair in Punjabi Language, Literature, and
Sikh Studies."
Dr. Lalli explained that this Chair had been established in September 1987 under an
agreement between the University and the Sikh Society of Canada. Although the
University had seen fit to contribute partial funding for other Chairs, it had not
contributed funds to this particular Chair. Dr. Lalli requested that the Vice President
include in his report information about the Chair's establishment and objective.
The motion was
put and carried.
i
PROVINCIAL FUNDING OF THEOLOGICAL COLLEGES
Professor Sheppard, reminding Senate that he was the UBC Senate representative to
Regent College, expressed his dismay at the recent cuts in provincial funding to
theological colleges. He requested that the Agenda Committee consider including in the
February 2002 Senate agenda a motion to reflect Senate's dissatisfaction with such cuts.
The Chair directed Professor Sheppard to forward his draft motion to the Agenda
Committee for consideration.
UNIVERSITAS 21 AND U21 GLOBAL
Professor Sheppard noted that the Faculty Association had recently circulated an email
message to all faculty representatives to Senate that outlined 20 outstanding questions
regarding the U21 Global initiative. The President remarked that the questions outlined in
the email message would be addressed in upcoming regular reports to Senate about
Universitas 21 by the Vice President, Academic and Provost.
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Adjournment
Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. The next regular meeting of
Senate will be held on February 27, 2002 at 7:00 p.m.
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Appendix A: Curriculum Summary
Appendix A: Curriculum Summary
APPLIED SCIENCE
APSC 331, 332, 430
CHBE 381, 481
EECE 417, 440, 488
Mechanical Engineering, Honours Mathematics Option
MMAT 496
ARTS
Bachelor of Arts Major in Cognitive Systems
GRADUATE STUDIES
Education
ADED 540, 541, 542, ADED 543, 544
ETEC 510, 511, 512, 520, 521, 522, 530, 531, 532, 533, 540
Arts
CNRS 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505
CCST 500, 501, 502, 503, 504
Master of Arts in Anthropology
Master of Arts in Art History - Concentration in Critical Curatorial Studies
ARST 515
Medicine
BIOC 535
Science
CPSC 554
MATH 597, 598
Mathematics Finance Co-op Option
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Program changes to the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
PHAR 201, 202, 220, 241, 299
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Appendix A: Curriculum Summary
SCIENCE
Bachelor of Science Major in Cognitive Systems
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12844
Appendix B: Candidates for Emeritus Status
Appendix B: Candidates for Emeritus Status
Name
Proposed Rank (Resignation effective June 30, 2001)
Lamb, Noelle
Senior Instructor Emerita of Audiology & Speech Sciences
Lighthall, Lynne
Associate Professor Emerita of Library, Archival & Information
Studies
Name
Proposed Rank (ETA effective June 30, 2001)
Walter, Gordon
Arthur
Associate Professor Emeritus of Commerce & Business
Administration
Name
Proposed Rank (ETA effective October 31, 2001)
Caskey, Elizabeth J.
Administrative Librarian Emerita
Name
Proposed Rank (Retirement effective December 31, 2001)
Abboud, Raja T.
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Chamberlain, Heath
B.
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Chong, Delano P.
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
Crooks, Sylvia Anne
Senior Instructor Emerita of Library, Archival & Information
Studies
Harris, Richard C.
Professor Emeritus of Geography
Kim, Seung U.
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Klaassen, David
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Krebs, Charles J.
Professor Emeritus of Zoology
Labrie, E. Ross
Professor Emeritus of English
Liley, N. Robin
Professor Emeritus of Zoology
Meadowcroft, T. Ray
Professor Emeritus of Metals & Materials Engineering
Mitchell, Alec
Professor Emeritus of Metals & Materials Engineering
Paty, Donald W.
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Patterson, Michael
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Richards, James F.
Dean Emeritus of Agricultural Sciences
Sigal, Ruth
Program Director Emerita of Continuing Studies
Sinel, Allen A.
Professor Emeritus of History
Stephenson, J.
Michael
Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Stoller, Julius
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Sullivan, Lome D.
Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Thompson, Robert C.
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
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12845
Appendix B: Candidates for Emeritus Status
Name
Wong, Ken C. K.
Name
Astell, Caroline
Proposed Rank (Retirement effective December 31, 2001)
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Anaesthesia
Proposed Rank (ETA effective December 31, 2001)
Professor Emerita of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Baldwin, Nadine
Assistant University Librarian Emerita
Elkins, David J.
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Lyster, Donald M. Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Schwab, Bernhard
Professor Emeritus of Commerce & Business Administration
Schweitzer, David R.      Associate Professor Emeritus of Anthropology & Sociology
Sinclair, John G.
Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Uyeno, Dean Hideo       Associate Professor Emeritus of Health Care & Epidemiology
John Helliwell
Chair, Tributes Committee
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