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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 12 DECEMBER 2018
DRAFT
Attendance
Present: Dr P. Adebar, Mr T. Ahmed, Dean M. Aronson, Dr S. Bates, Dr S. Forwell, Dean B.
Frank, Ms S. Gilbert, Mr Q. Golsteyn, Mr S. Haffey, Dr P. Harrison, Mr M. Holmes, Dr A.
Ivanov, Prof. C. Jaeger, Dr P. Keown, Dr A. Kindler, Dr M. Koehoorn, Dr M. Kuus, Mr M.
Leuprecht, Dr K. Lo, Dr P. Loewen, Dr D. MacDonald, Mr K. Madill, Ms J. Malone, Dr P.
Marshall, Dr S. Matsui, Mr B. McNulty, Dr P. Meehan, Ms S. Ngo, Mr N. Pang, Ms S. Parker,
Dr J. Shepherd, Ms A. Shilling, Dr S. Singh, Mr A. Starr, Dr L. Stothers, Mr C. Surniawan, Dr
A. Szeri, Ms A. Tanner, Dr M. Thachuk, Dr S. Thorne, Dr M. Upadhyaya, Ms H. Xiao, Dean R.
Yada
Regrets: Dean G. Averill, Dr R. Bousel, Dr V. Braithwaite, Dr V. Bungay, Dr L. Burr, Ms P.
Chan, Mr A. Chen, Dr A. Collier, Dean M. Coughtrie, Dean C. Dauvergne, Dr A. Dulay, Dr G.
Faulkner, Mr B. Fischer, Dr A. Fisher, Dr I Frigaard, Dr J. Gilbert, Mr L. Gordon, Ms K.
Gourlay, Dr S. Grayston, Dr J. Greenman, Dr V. Griess, Ms M. Hamid, Dean R. Helsley, Dean J.
Innes, Dr M. Isaacson, Dean D. Kelleher, Mr H. Leong, Dean M. MacDougall, Dr C. Marshall,
Dr W. McKee, Dr A. Murphy, Dr C. Nislow, Dean J. Olson, Dean S. Porter, Dr T. Rogers, Prof.
A. Sheppard, Mr M. Stewart, Dr R. Tees, Dr R. Topping.
Clerk: Mr C. Eaton
Call to Order
The Vice-Chair of Senate, Mr Jakob Gattinger, called the fourth regular meeting of the
Vancouver Senate for the 2018/2019 Academic Year to order at 6:04 pm.
Minutes of 21 November 2018
Lynn Stothers
Carol Jaeger
That the Minutes of the Meeting of 21 November
2018 be adopted as corrected:
Correction: Senator Forwell was present.
The heading "Business Arising from the Minutes "
should read "Remarks from the Chair "
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Approved
Business Arising from the Minutes
PETER WALL INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
Dr Loewen noted that this was still a live issue. The PWIAS has had 4 directors since 2012.
Recurring problems. The Wall Trustees issued a statement on Monday and suggested they
would commission a review of the governance structure.
By general consent the agenda was amended to add a motion from Senator
loewen regarding the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies for immediate
consideration.
Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies
Philip Loewen }        That Senate direct the Vice-President Academic
Paul Harrison and Provost to arrange for an external review of
the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies
under the provisions of the Senate Policy on
Review of Administrative Units (as amended on 18
May 1983) and the Principles, Procedures and
Guidelines for External Academic Unit Reviews
(as updated on 12 June 2014), excepting Sections
3 and 4 from Appendix 1 of the latter
(undergraduate and graduate studies), and with
the roles and responsibilities of the President,
Dean, and Faculty in those policies, principles,
procedures and guidelines assigned respectively
to the Vice-President, Academic & Provost;
Director; and Institute, as required;
That the Terms of Reference for the review include
an explicit mandate to investigate and make
recommendations on the Institute's structure and
governance (both academic and financial); and
That the results of this review be reported to
Senate by the Vice-President Academic and
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Provost, via an appropriate standing committee of
the Senate, at the earliest opportunity.
Senator Harrison said that the Academic Policy Committee had a lengthy discussion on this
matter and supported Senator Loewen's proposal.
Senator Stothers said that as a former Peter Wall Scholar she would suggest that although the
Institute did not have formal undergraduate and graduate teaching, it still had an impact on those
activities. She suggested that we still look into those experiences even if formally excepted from
the review.
Senator Harrison agreed that the kinds of experience Dr Stothers described should still be
captured in the review.
Senator Szeri said that he discussed the matter with President Ono, and that the President was in
support of this proposal.
Approved
Awards Committee
The Vice-Chair of the Senate Awards Committee, Mr Tariq Ahmed, presented.
AWARDS REPORT
See Appendix A: Awards Report
Tariq Ahmed }        That Senate accept the awards as listed and
John Shepherd forward them to the Board of Governors for
approval; and that letters of thanks be sent to the
donors.
Approved
Academic Policy Committee
The Chair of the Senate Academic Policy Committee, Dr Paul Harrison, presented.
AMENDMENTS TO THE ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE AND
POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES
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Paul Harrison } That the amended Calendar language for (1) Data
Amber Shilling and Statistics and (2) Reviews on Assigned Standing,
proposed by the Faculty of Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies, be approved as set out in the
attached two-column forms.
Dr Harrison explained that these proposals were part of a suite of changes for clarity proposed by
Graduate Studies. The first is to replace a table with a reference to a website with frequently
updated statistics; the second is to remove an ambiguity around supplemental examinations.
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Approved
JOINT BOARD AND SENATE POLICY #73: ACADEMIC ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS
WITH DISABILITIES
Paul Harrison } That Senate approve Joint Board and Senate Policy
Peter Marshall # 73 Academic Accommodations for Students with
Disabilities as set out in the attached proposal
Dr Harrison noted that this policy was being revised to better set out responsibilities and
improves the appeals process. It also makes clear the differentiation between disability and
injury/illness. At the same time, it was noted that Policy 73, while previously a policy of the
Board of Governors, was applicable to academic matters and thus would be more properly
situated as a joint policy of the Board and Senates.
AMENDMENT
Carol Jaeger } That the policy be amended to strike "maximizing
Susan Forwell learning for Students with different abilities and
learning preferences while minimizing the need for
Students to make specific requests for
Accommodation "from its background and proposes
section.
Senator leuprecht proposed an amendment to the amendment, however, by
general consent it was withdrawn after having been moved and seconded.
Senator Haffey asked why the language was amended at the Board. He said that the idea seemed
to be we could do away with the need for many accommodations if we made the University more
accessible.
Senator Holmes agreed with Senator Haffey but said that it was important that after 19
years the policy be updated.
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Senator Thachuk said the background and purposes was too broad and wasn't relevant to the
content of the policy itself. He suggested this language opened possible ambiguities in the
interpretation of the policy and thus should be removed from the policy.
Amendment
Approved
Senator Thachuk asked what Section 2.4.3 of the policy (attitudinal and/or environmental
barriers) meant.
With consent of Senate, the Director of the Centre for Accessibility, Ms Janet Mee spoke,
saying this came from the 1999 policy and came from the World Health Organization
definition of disability. This was the third component of their definition and occurs most
frequently around Mental Illness and past stigmas around diseases such as AIDS.
Approved as
Amended
Admissions Committee
The Chair of the Senate Admissions Committee, Professor Carol Jaeger, presented.
ELIMINATION OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY INDEX REQUIREMENT TO ENROLL IN A FIRST-
YEAR ENGLISH COURSE
LANGARA DD7LOMA IN FOOD, NUTRITION, AND HEALTH (FNH) TRANSFER
CHANGES TO CALENDAR ENTRY FOR GRADUATE APPEALS ON ADMISSION OR READMISSION
CHANGES TO DEFERRED ADMISSION CALENDAR ENTRY
GRADUATE STUDENT DECLARATION
Carol Jaeger }        That Senate approve the elimination of the
Maximillian Holmes language Proficiency Index Requirement to enrol
in a First-Year English course;
That Senate approve the Langara Diploma in Food,
Nutrition, andHealth(FNH) Transfer;
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That Senate approve the changes to the Graduate
Appeals on Admission or Readmission calendar
entry;
That Senate approve the changes to the Deferred
Admission calendar entry; and
That Senate approve the inclusion of the proposed
Graduate Student Declaration in the academic
calendar.
Approved
Awards Committee
The Vice-Chair of the Senate Awards Committee, Mr Tariq Ahmed, presented.
NEW AND REVISED AWARDS
See Appendix A: Awards Report
Tariq Ahmed }
Matthias Leuprecht
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.
Approved
CURRICULUM COMMITTEE
The Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee, Senator Peter Marshall, presented.
DECEMBER CURRICULUM PROPOSALS
See Appendix B: Curriculum Report
Peter Marshall
Amber Shilling
That the revised program and new courses be
brought forward by the faculties of Arts and
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (Arts,
Education and Forestry) be approved.
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Dr Marshall noted that this was a relatively light set of proposals this month, but warned the
Senate to expect a lot of reading in February.
Approved
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
The Vice-Chair of the Senate Nominating Committee, Senator Peter Marshall presented.
APPOINTMENTS TO THE COUNCIL OF SENATES
Peter Marshall
Matthias Leuprecht
}        That Mr J. Maximillian Holmes be elected to the
Council of Senates to replace Ms Danika
Coulbourn (resigned).
Approved
Tributes Committee
The Chair of the Senate Tributes Committee, Dr Sally Thorne, presented.
CANDIDATES FOR EMERITUS STATUS
See Appendix C: Emeritus Report
Sally Thorne
Claudia Krebs
That the attached list of individuals for emeritus
status be approved and that, pursuant to section
9(2) of the University Act, all persons with the
ranks of Dean Emeritus, Professor Emeritus,
Associate Professor Emeritus, Assistant Professor
Emeritus, Senior Instructor Emeritus, , University
librarian Emeritus, General librarian Emeritus,
be added to the Roll of Convocation.
Approved
Other Business
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FORMATION OF A STANDING COMMITTEE ON RESEARCH
Philip Loewen }        That the Senate direct the Nominating Committee
Claudia Krebs to formulate Terms of Reference for the
establishment of a standing committee on
Research, and to present them to the Senate for
ratification at or before its February 2019
meeting.
Dr Loewen said that research is nominally the responsibility of the academic policy committee;
however, this committee is already far too busy for additional responsibilities. He noted that of
the Canadian U15 universities, a strong majority have senate research committees, and we were
an outlier.
Senator Marshall asked if Senator Loewen had inquired with the Nominating Committee
regarding the timelines possible.
Dr Loewen said that the committee chair know this proposal was coming but they hadn't
discussed timelines.
AMENDMENT
Peter Marshall } That "February" be struck and replaced by
Sally Throne "March."
Approved as
Amended
Senator Golsteyn asked about staff capacity to support a new Senate Committee.
The Acting Secretary, Mr Eaton, replied that they would need to examine current staff
workloads and would make a request for additional support if needed.
IN CAMERA - Tributes Committee
CANDIDATES FOR HONORARY DEGREES
Adjournment
Seeing no other business, the meeting was adjourned at 6:50 pm.
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Appendix A: Awards Report
NEW AWARDS - ENDOWED
Barbara Berthon Award in Ovarian Cancer Research
Awards totaling $1,200 have been made available through an endowment established by Paul
Berthon in memory of his wife, Barbara, for M.D., Masters or Ph.D. students who demonstrate
academic excellence in ovarian cancer research. Recommendations are made by the Faculty of
Medicine, and in the case of a graduate student, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies. (First award available in the 2019/2020 winter session.)
Ronald George Cavell Graduate Scholarship in Inorganic Chemistry
A $1,600 scholarship has been made available through an endowment established by Dr. Ronald
Cavell (M.Sc. 1960, Ph.D. 1962, Chem) for a Ph.D. student undertaking research in inorganic
chemistry. Preference will be given to a student whose work includes the application or development
of spectroscopy and/or who has returned to graduate studies after a period of two or more years away
from university studies. Dr. Cavell was a double alumnus who had a successful research career,
which included playing an instrumental role in setting up the Canadian Light Source. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Department of Chemistry in consultation with The Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First award available for the 2019/2020 winter session.)
William E. Ellis Memorial Bursary
Bursaries totalling $1,200 have been made available through an endowment established by family,
friends and colleagues in memory of William (Bill) Ellis for J.D. students entering second year or
later in the Peter A. Allard School of Law. Bill Ellis (LL.B. 1953) practiced law for 46 years, running
his own practice with the assistance of his wife Valerie. In the years prior to his retirement in 2000,
he focused on construction law. Bill was an avid fisherman and when not practicing law could
usually be found on his boat. The bursary is adjudicated by Enrolment Services. (First award
available in the 2019/2020 winter session.)
Charlie and Sue Johnson Award for Indigenous Students in Forestry
Awards totalling $4,000 have been made available through an endowment established by Suzanne
Johnson, along with matching funds from the Faculty of Forestry, for First Nations, Inuit, or Metis
graduate students of Canada in the Faculty of Forestry who are in good academic standing. If, in any
given year, there are no eligible graduate students the award may be given to an undergraduate
student in the Faculty. The awards are 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 2019/2020 winter session.)
Dr. Deepak Kaura Graduate Mathematics Award in Interdisciplinary Research
Awards totalling $1,200 have been made available through an endowment established by Dr. Deepak
Kaura and his family for graduate students conducting interdisciplinary research in applied
mathematics and medicine. Preference will be given to students whose research is likely to have
tangible benefits to medicine. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Institute of
Applied Mathematics, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First
award available in the 2018/2019 winter session.)
Waddington Graduate Award in Nursing
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Awards totalling $3,000 have been made available through an endowment established by Chandra
Waddington in memory of her parents, Linda and Edward Waddington, for graduate students in the
School of Nursing focusing on research that addresses health inequities, with a preference to
substance use disorders or the LGBTQ community. The awards are made on the recommendation of
the School of Nursing in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First
award available in the 2019/2020 winter session.)
NEW AWARDS - ANNUAL
Masayuki Hashimoto Memorial Award in Glioblastoma Research
A $1,500 award has been made available annually by friends, colleagues, and family to honour the
memory of Masayuki Hashimoto for a graduate student researching glioblastoma multiforme (GBM)
in the Faculty of Medicine. GBM is the deadliest form of brain cancer affecting adults. Despite
improvements in diagnostic imaging, surgical techniques, and therapeutics, this devastating disease
has eluded major treatment advances. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Medicine in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First award
available in the 2018/2019 winter session.)
PREVIOUSLY APPROVED AWARDS WITH CHANGES IN TERMS OR FUNDING SOURCE
Annual Awards
2015 - Tina Christopoulos Crudo Scholarship in Education
Rationale for Proposed Changes
The donors would like to broaden the candidate pool to ensure that any student who is focused on
primary education would be eligible.
Current Award Description
A $1,000 scholarship is offered annually for a student in the Kindergarten - Primary Program Cohort
of the teacher education program who demonstrates academic excellence. The scholarship is created
in loving memory of Tina Christopoulos Crudo, who was a passionate teacher and who had a positive
impact on countless students during her twenty-year career as an educator. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Education.
Proposed Award Description
A $1,000 scholarship is offered annually for a student in any elementary or primary cohort of the
teacher education program who has a focus on primary education and demonstrates academic
excellence. The scholarship is created in loving memory of Tina Christopoulos Crudo, who was a
passionate teacher and who had a positive impact on countless students during her twenty-year career
as an educator. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education.
2399 - Gerry Burch Scholarship in Forest Science
Rationale for Proposed Changes
The donor would like to broaden the candidate pool to increase eligibility in anticipation of an estate
gift.
Current Award Description
A $1,500 scholarship is offered by Gerry Burch (B.A.Sc. in Forest Engineering, 1948) to an
undergraduate student entering second or third year in the Forest Sciences Program. Preference is
given to students with an interest in genetics. The award is made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Forestry.
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Proposed Award Description
Scholarships totalling $1,500 are offered annually by Gerry Burch (B.A.Sc. in Forest Engineering,
1948) for undergraduate students entering second or third year in the Bachelor of Science in Forestry
(B.S.F.) program. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry.
6591 - Margaret Wylie Memorial Scholarship in Statistics
Rationale for Proposed Changes
As discussed with Dr. Nancy Heckman, Head of Statistics, and agreed to by the donor the award
description is being updated to expand the candidate pool to include all graduate students in statistics
rather than limit the award to Ph.D. students.
Current Award Description
A $1,000 entrance scholarship is offered annually by friends and family of Margaret Wylie for a
woman who demonstrates excellence in the study of statistics and is beginning the PhD program in
Statistics. The scholarship is to celebrate the life of Margaret Wylie, who had a lifelong passion for
elegant prose and challenging puzzles, both of which were nurtured by her time at UBC. She
graduated with a B.A. in Mathematics at UBC in 1945, and went on to do graduate work in Statistics
at Columbia University in New York. She completed a Master's degree at Columbia in 1946 and
subsequently worked for the Canadian Bureau of Statistics. This memorial scholarship is intended to
encourage and support women students in statistics: may they flourish in their chosen fields as
Margaret did in Applied Mathematics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department
of Statistics in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Proposed Award Description
A $1,000 entrance scholarship is offered annually by friends and family of Margaret Wylie for a
woman who demonstrates excellence in the study of statistics and is beginning the graduate studies in
Statistics. The scholarship is to celebrate the life of Margaret Wylie, who had a lifelong passion for
elegant prose and challenging puzzles, both of which were nurtured by her time at UBC. She
graduated with a B.A. in Mathematics at UBC in 1945, and went on to do graduate work in Statistics
at Columbia University in New York. She completed a Master's degree at Columbia in 1946 and
subsequently worked for the Canadian Bureau of Statistics. This memorial scholarship is intended to
encourage and support women students in statistics: may they flourish in their chosen fields as
Margaret did in Applied Mathematics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department
of Statistics in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
ENDOWED AWARDS
6513 - Hanson Lau Graduate Research Scholarship
Rationale for Proposed Changes
Due to the restrictive nature of the purpose of the endowment and the inability for the award to be
given out, a request to vary the purpose of the endowment trust agreement was approved at the
September meeting of the Board of Governors. As recommended by the Faculty of Art's Asian
Canadian and Asian Mgration Studies Program and the Department of History, the purpose of the
Fund was amended to include undergraduate as well as graduate students in the pool of eligible
recipients, and to provide that students are more broadly "studying" in the relevant area rather than
"conducting research".
Current Award Description
A $1,000 scholarship has been endowed by Mr. Hanson Lau for a Master's or Doctoral student
conducting research into the significant contributions of Chinese immigrants to the Province ofBC.
Hanson Lau immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong in 1966. He obtained a BA in English Literature
in 1970 and a Diploma in Education in 1971 from UBC, where he was involved with the AMS. After
teaching briefly in Kitimat, he embarked on a distinguished career in Cantonese radio broadcasting
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for Vancouver's Chinese community from 1973 to 1998. At the same time, he led several community
projects, such as pioneering a 911 phone translation service which earned a federal award, and
promoting new citizens' participation in voting and politics. Lau has also spent years raising money
for local charities, as well as for national and international disaster relief campaigns. He received the
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award in 2012. Lau currently runs Hanson Travel in Richmond.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Proposed Title: Hanson Lau Graduate Research Scholarship
Proposed Award Description
Scholarships totalling $1,000 scholarship have been made available through an endowment
established by Mr. Hanson Lau for students in the Faculty of Arts studying the significant
contributions of Chinese immigrants to the Province ofBC. Hanson Lau immigrated to Canada from
Hong Kong in 1966. He obtained a B.A. in English Literature in 1970 and a Diploma in Education in
1971 from UBC, where he was involved with the AMS. After teaching briefly in Kitimat, he
embarked on a distinguished career in Cantonese radio broadcasting for Vancouver's Chinese
community from 1973 to 1998. At the same time, he led several community projects, such as
pioneering a 911 phone translation service which earned a federal award, and promoting new
citizens' participation in voting and politics. Lau has also spent years raising money for local
charities, as well as for national and international disaster relief campaigns. He received the Queen
Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award in 2012. Lau currently runs Hanson Travel in Richmond. The
award is made on the recommendation of the Asian Canadian Asian Mgration Program in
consultation with the Department of History and in the case of a graduate student, in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
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Appendix B: Curriculum Report
FACULTY OF ARTS
New courses:
ASIA 335 (3) Cantonese Music;
CRWR 312 (3) Interactive Storytelling;
CRWR 316 (3) Intermediate Writing for Television;
CRWR 410 (3) Video Game Writing;
CRWR 419 (3-12) d Writing Speculative Fiction;
MUSC 327 (3) Cantonese Music; and
ECON 323 (3) Quantitative Economic Modeling with Data Science Applications.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES
Arts
New courses:
ECON 622 (3) Computational Economics with Data Science Applications; and
GEOG 575 (1-3) d Research Strategies in Human Geography.
Education
Revised program
Health, Outdoor and Physical Education
Forestry
New course:
CONS 505 (3) Ecological Restoration
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Appendix C: Emeritus Report
Office of the Senate
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Last Name      First Name Faculty
Amundson
Norman E.
Faculty o
Education
Bates
Joanna
Faculty o
Medicine
Bressler
Sandra Irene
Faculty o
Medicine
Cairns*
John
Faculty o
Medicine
Carruthers
Alastair
Faculty o
Medicine
Davis
Jeffrey H.
Faculty o
Medicine
Dean
John Melville
Faculty o
Medicine
Gamache
Lynne Olive
Library
Hall
Eric
Faculty o
Science
Applied
Hall
Wendy Anne
Faculty o
Science
Applied
Humphries
Richard Keith
Faculty o
Medicine
Israel
David
Faculty o
Medicine
Jones
Elizabeth Mary
Faculty o
FArts
Junker
Anne Kristine
Faculty o
Medicine
Leung
Victor C. M.
Faculty o
Science
Applied
Man
S. F. Paul
Faculty o
Medicine
McKay
Sherry
Faculty o
Science
Applied
Neary
HughM
Faculty o
FArts
Noble
Michael Allen
Faculty o
Medicine
Ostrow
David N
Faculty o
Medicine
Parent
Ingrid
Library
Simons
Jeffrey
Faculty o
Medicine
Thompson
James Robert
Faculty o
Systems
Land & Food
Traviss
Kami
Faculty o
Systems
Land & Food
Wright
Margaret
Faculty o
FArts
Ziltener
Hermann
Faculty o
Medicine
Professor Emeritus of Educational and
Counselling Psychology and Special
Education
Professor Emeritus of Family Practice
Clinical Associate Professor of Occupational
Science and Occupational Therapy
Dean Emeritus of Medicine
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Dermatology
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of
Paediatrics
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of
Paediatrics
General Librarian Emeritus
Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering
Professor Emeritus of Nursing
Professor Emeritus of Hematology
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Social Work
Assoc. Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Professor Emeritus of Electrical and
Computer Engineering
Professor Emeritus of Respiratory Medicine
Assoc. Professor Emeritus of Architecture
and Landscape Architecture
Professor Emeritus of Economics
Professor Emeritus of Pathology
Professor Emeritus of Respiratory Medicine
University Librarian Emeritus
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of
Paediatrics
Professor Emeritus of Applied Biology
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Food, Nutrition
and Health
Assoc. Professor Emeritus of Social Work
Professor Emeritus of Pathology
*Denotes a change in a previously awarded rank
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