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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 SEPTEMBER 16, 1992
Attendance
Present: President D. W. Strangway (Chair), Vice-President D. R. Birch, Mr. S. Alsgard, Dr. A. F.
J. Artibise, Mr. J. A. Banfield, Mr. S. W. Baumber, Mr. D.'A. C. Boulton, Dean pro tern. M. A.
Boyd, Dr. D. M. Brunette, Professor P. J. Bryden, Mr. B. D. Burgess, Dr. D. G. A. Carter,
Professor E. A. Carty, Dr. R. L. Chase, Dr. S. Cherry, Dr. T. S. Cook, Mr. N. A. Davidson, Dr. K.
Dawson, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Mr. W. F. Dick, Dr. G. W. Eaton, Miss C. J. Forsythe, Mr. Mr. Y.
L. Fulmer, Mr. M. A. Fuoss, Mr. E. B. Goehring, Dean M. A. Goldberg, Dean J. R. Grace, Dr. S.
E. Grace, Dr. R. D. Guy, Dr. S. W. Hamilton, Dr. M. Isaacson, Dr. J. G. T. Kelsey, Dr. M. M.
Klawe, Mr. O. C. W. Lau, Mr. D. K. Leung, Dr. S. C. Lindstrom, Dean M. P. Marchak, Dr. H.
McDonald, Dr. J. A. McLean, Dean J. H. McNeill, Mr. W. B. McNulty, Dr. A. G. Mitchell, Dr.
L. Paszner, Dr. R. J. Patrick, Ms. B. M. Peterson, Dr. C. Price, Dr. P. Resnick, Mr. A. J. Scow, Dr.
R. A. Shearer, Dean N. Sheehan, Mr. C. M. Sing, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Dean C. L. Smith, Dr. L. de
Sobrino, Mr. M. Sugimoto, Dr. R. C. Tees, Mr. G. A. Thom, Dr. A. Van Seters, Dr. J.
Vanderstoep, Dr. J. M. Varah, Mr. L. Waldman, Dr. D. A. Wehrung, Dr. R. M. Will, Dr. D. Ll.
Williams, Mr. E. C. H. Woo, Ms. N. E. Woo, Dr. W. C. Wright, Jr.
Regrets: Chancellor L. R. Peterson, Mr. D. A. Anderson, Mr. D. A. Dyment, Rev. J. Hanrahan,
Dean M. J. Hollenberg, Dean B. C. McBride, Professor R. S. Reid, Dean J. F. Richards, Mr. M.
M. Ryan, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. W. Uegama.
Senate membership
i) Declaration of Vacancy (University Act, section 35(6))
• Dr. L. L. Bongie, representative of the Faculty of Arts
• Dr. A. J. Elder, Faculty representative at-large
• Mr. R. Bush, Lt. Governor in Council appointee
ii)              Replacements
• Mr. Ron A. Shearer replaces Dr. Bongie as Faculty of Arts representative
• Dr. Alan F. J. Artibise replaces Dr. Elder as Faculty representative at-large
• Dr. Colin. Price replaces Dr. M. A. Boyd as Faculty of Dentistry representative
• Mr. William F. Dick replaces Mr. S. H. Lu as student representative of the Faculty
of Medicine [subject to approval by AMS Students' Council]
iii) Ex-officio members
• Dean pro-tem. Marcia A. Boyd, Faculty of Dentistry, replaces Dean P. B.
Robertson
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Minutes of the previous meeting
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dr. Tees l        That the minutes of the ninth regular meeting
Dr. Slonecker J        of Senate for the Session 1991-92, having been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Dr. Sobrino drew Senate's attention to page 10338 and the comments which he had made
concerning BIOC 514 and 521. He informed Senate that he had made an error in
suggesting that graduate students had difficulty enrolling in BIOC 514. Also, his concern
that the prerequisites for BIOC 521 seemed to exclude students that were not in the
Department of Biochemistry had been unfounded since the Head of the Department of
Biochemistry had since assured Dr. Sobrino that the Department will consider equivalent
prerequisites from other departments.
The motion was put
and carried.
Chair's Remarks and Related Questions
President Strangway welcomed members to the 1992-93 session of Senate.
Senate Nominating Committee Membership
In accordance with established procedures, a vacancy was declared for a non-student,
non-convocation representative to serve on the Senate Nominating Committee.
Members were informed that a call for nominations to fill this vacancy would be sent to
all members of Senate, and that nominations would remain open until the October 21,
1992 Senate meeting. If more than one nomination is received an election will be held at
the October meeting.
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Minutes of September 16,1992	
From the Board of Governors
From the Board of Governors
NOTIFICATION OF APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE OF SENATE RECOMMENDATIONS
Subject, where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented
without formal reference to the President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with
new programs be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of such new programs.
i.      Enrolment quota of 85 students in the first year of programs in the Faculty of
Forestry, (p. 103 09)
ii.      Revision to the enrolment quota for the School of Social Work for 1992/93 from
60 to 75. (pp.10309-10)
iii.      Biomedical Research Centre transfer to UBC (with the exception of the proposed
name of Biomedical Research Laboratory) on the terms outlined in the proposal;
the proposal to be referred to the Graduate Council for review and a report
brought to Senate within six months, and subsequently to the Board following
Senate consideration, (pp.10322-4)
iv.      Motion from the Senate Library Committee received for information, (p.10320)
v.      Curriculum proposals from the Faculties of: Agricultural Sciences, Applied Science,
Arts (with the exception of the proposal to change the Calendar statement under
Major in Music Theory and Honours in Music Theory, to "... must have at least
an overall B- average..."), Education, Graduate Studies (curriculum and a new
Master of Science program in Rehabilitation Medicine), Medicine, and Science.
(pp.103 52-64)
The Board of Governors has referred The Rio Algom Entrance Scholarship back to Senate
for clarification of the description, (p.10350)
Financial Statements
Financial statements for the year ended March 31, 1992 had been submitted to Senate as
required under section 31(2) of the University Act, together with a report from Mr.
Gellatly, Vice President of Administration and Finance, and a Schedule of General
Purpose Operating Expenses for the year ended March 31, 1992.
Mr. Gellatly commented on the various aspects of the financial statements and
highlighted some sections of the report for the information of Senate.
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Financial Statements
In response to a query by Dr. Kelsey concerning ancillary services, Mr. Gellatly explained
that ancillary enterprises were required to operate on a break-even basis, and that if they
have either a surplus or a deficit it is carried forward to the following year. He noted, for
example, that the Bookstore, which had had an accumulated deficit of $1,199,000 for
some years, had this year eliminated some of that deficit through a surplus of $317,000
and would be carrying forward a deficit of $882,000.
In response to a query by Dr. Cook about support services and student aid, Mr. Gellatly
stated that the distribution of expenses for the Library was $22,602,000 in 1992 and
$21,650,000 in 1991, or 6.9% in 1992 and 7% in 1991, which is one tenth of one
percent lower than a year ago as a proportion of the total. He stated that student awards
had gone from $9,508,000 to $11,265,000 or from 3.1% to 3.4%. Mr. Gellatly also
noted that scholarships, fellowships and bursaries totalled $6,941,000 in 1992, an
increase of $1,000,000 or 17.5%, over last year.
With regard to donations and pledges Mr. Gellatly stated that the government has, for
this year only, made a reduction from $20 million to $10 million in the matching funds.
In response to a query by Mr. Davidson concerning an item called debt servicing, Mr.
Gellatly explained that this item referred to long-term debt which included the Bookstore
which was built in 1983 with a debt of $6.6 million to be paid over a period of 20 years.
The Food Services debt is related to a $1.6 million loan for the refurnishing of the
cafeteria in the Student Union Building, which will increase due to a further loan of $2
million this year to outfit and to build the food service component of the David Lam
Management Research Centre. In addition housing projects have amounted to over $100
million since 1984, a large part of which has been borrowed. Also, over $6 million has
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Reports of Committees of Senate
been spent on parkades and a further $10 million has been borrowed to build the West
Mall parkade.
In response to a query by Dr. Mitchell concerning the substantial increase in the general
purpose operating expenses listed under "Dean's Office" for the individual Faculties,
Dean Marchak responded that in the case of the Faculty of Arts this represents
expenditures for sessional lecturers, teaching assistants, and support services.
Dr. Will suggested that it would be much more helpful if the budgeted amounts for these
units, as well as the actual expenditures and variances, were made available to Senate.
Mr. Gellatly stated that the Management Report contained such information and that this
could be made available to members of Senate.
In response to a query by Dr. Wehrung concerning costs recovered from departments by
Plant Operations, Mr. Gellatly explained that this covered the cost of janitorial services,
trade services in the residences, Food Services and the Bookstore, and charges to the
hospital.
Reports of Committees of Senate
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Dr. Will, Chair of the Committee, presented the following recommendations to fill
vacancies on Senate Committees:
1. VACANCIES ON SENATE COMMITTEES
The Nominating Committee nominates the following persons to fill vacancies
on Senate Committees:
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10370
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs
Mr. W. B. McNulty —
Admissions
Dr. R. A. Shearer —
Budget
Dr. R. A. Shearer —
Continuing Education
Dr. A. F. J. Artibise —
Curriculum
Dr. C. Price —
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
Dr. G. W. Eaton —
Mr. W. F. Dick —
replacing Mr. R. Bush
replacing Dr. A. J. Elder
replacing Dr. L. L. Bongie
replacing Dean P. B. Robertson
replacing Dr. M. A. Boyd
replacing Dr. A. J. Elder
replacing Mr. S. Lu
University Library
Dr. A. F. J. Artibise
—       replacing Dr. L. L. Bongie
ST. MARK'S COLLEGE BOARD
Dean M. P. Marchak —
replacing Dr. A. J. Elder
VANCOUVER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY BOARD ACADEMIC POLICY
COMMITTEE
The new by-laws of the Vancouver School of Theology call for a UBC Senate
appointment to the Academic Policy Committee of the new Board. The previous
arrangement had provided for two UBC Senate representatives on the Vancouver
School of Theology Senate.
The Nominating Committee recommends that Dr. G. W. Eaton represent the UBC
Senate on the Academic Policy Committee of the Vancouver School of Theology.
MEMBERSHIP AND OFFICERS OF SENATE
Item 2.3 of the Senate Procedures, adopted at the April 23, 1986 meeting, states
that "Senate shall elect a Vice Chairman (sic) at least annually, who shall chair
meetings in the absence of the President; but in no case shall a Vice Chairman (sic)
serve more than two consecutive terms." [University Act, section 36(a)]
The Nominating Committee nominates Dr. C. E. Slonecker for the position of
Vice Chair for a second term.
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10371
Reports of Committees of Senate
Dr. Will
Mr. Banfield
That the recommendations of the Nominating
Committee be approved.
Carried.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposal to establish the Chris Spencer Foundation Professorship in Dyslexia
It was stated in the material circulated that the establishment of the Professorship will
support both teaching and research into dyslexia. The research program will be of an
interdisciplinary nature and liaison will be developed with other academic units. The
holder of the Professorship will work with special education graduate and teacher
education students. The establishment of the Professorship will make a significant
contribution to the methodology and training resources available to teachers and families
throughout British Columbia.
Dean Sheehan
Dr. Birch
}
That the proposal of the Faculty of Education
to establish the Chris Spencer Foundation
Professorship in Dyslexia be approved.
Carried.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Proposal to establish W.C.B. Chairs in Occupational Hygiene
A proposal to establish three Workers' Compensation Board Chairs in Occupational
Hygiene had been circulated. It was explained that each faculty member will have a 60%
appointment in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in the new Occupational Hygiene
Master's program and a 40% cross-appointment in one of the following: Faculty of
Applied Science, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science. (Preferably, there will be one
such cross-appointment in each of these three Faculties.) It was noted that the
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University already has considerable expertise in areas related to worker health and safety.
The three Chairs will enable the University to deliver the Master's level program in
Occupational Hygiene and to increase the multi-disciplinary research being done in
related areas.
Dean Grace l        That the proposal of the Faculty of Graduate
Dean Goldberg i        Studies to establish W.C.B. Chairs in
Occupational Hygiene be approved.
Carried.
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Proposal of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences to establish The Shoppers Drug Mart
Professorship in Clinical Pharmacy and The David H. MacDonald Professorship in Clinical
Pharmacy
It was explained in the material circulated that the establishment of these professorships
will enhance existing teaching and research activities in the areas of pharmacotherapy and
clinical pharmacy practice. The Faculty has developed strong alliances in recent years with
pharmacists in the profession, researchers from other faculties and schools in the health
sciences, and the affiliated teaching hospitals. These professorships will provide further
support for the Faculty's endeavours in advanced pharmacy practice, research and
teaching.
Dean McNeill i       That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dr. Mitchell J        Pharmaceutical Sciences to establish The
Shoppers Drug Mart Professorship in Clinical
Pharmacy and The David H. MacDonald
Professorship in Clinical Pharmacy be
approved.
Carried.
 Vancouver Senate 10373
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Policy and Procedures on Conflict of Interest
SCHOOL OF AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH SCIENCES
Chair in Audiology and Speech Sciences
Dr. Birch reminded Senate that at its meeting of December 11, 1991 meeting the
establishment of a Chair in Audiology and Speech Sciences had been approved. He noted
that in the rationale for the establishment of the Chair, reference was made to adult
language disorders but not to clinical audiology. Work will, however, be undertaken in
both these areas and this has been recognized in the following revised rationale:
"The Chair in Audiology and Speech Sciences will enable the School of Audiology
and Speech Sciences to attain two objectives: to implement research and training in
the area of adult language disorders or clinical audiology and to strengthen the
School's national and international reputation for its scholarship in
communication disorders. The School is the only integrated research and teaching
centre in the area of communication disorders in British Columbia. The Chair, as
the only one of its kind in Western Canada and one of the first in the nation, will
support the School's overall mandate to train graduate students to become
professional audiologists and speech language pathologists."
Dr. Birch i        That the changed rationale and terms of
Dean Goldberg J        reference for the Chair in Audiology and
Speech Sciences be approved.
Carried.
Policy and Procedures on Conflict of Interest
The Policies and Procedures on Conflict of Interest which are to be considered for
approval by the Board of Governors had been circulated to Senate for information. (See
Appendix.)
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Policy and Procedures on Conflict of Interest
Dr. Birch stated that initial drafts of the policy and procedures were developed by nine
committees. Dr. Birch paid tribute to the work done by the member of those committees
and to the tremendous effort of Libby Nason, Assistant Provost, in coordinating the
resulting process. He noted that close to 400 members of the university community had
made contributions to the development of the policy. Dr. Birch stated that he had
discussed with the Chair of the Senate Academic Policy Committee whether or not to
bring the matter to Senate via that or some other committee of Senate, and it was agreed
that because the matter had received a very wide airing on campus it was not necessary to
process it through a Senate committee. Senate agreed that Ms. Nason be allowed to
participate in the discussion.
Dr. Dennison referred to the paragraph on the Use of UBC's Name, and stated that it was
unclear as to whether the University condones or does not condone the use of titles such
as Professor, Professor Emeritus, in letters to the editor. Ms. Nason responded that there
had been lengthy discussions on this matter and it had been agreed that to discourage
members of the academic community from expressing their views would be to deny
academic freedom.
Dr. Birch added that the statement was saying that even though you may use the name of
the University, the University is not taking responsibility for your statement unless you are
an authorized spokesperson for the University in a particular context.
Dr. Artibise thought that it would be impossible to enforce a policy that prevented a
person from identifying the institution for which he or she worked, particularly in the
case of radio or television interviews.
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Policy and Procedures on Conflict of Interest
Dr. Shearer stated that while the first sentence of the paragraph on the use of UBC's name
encourages members of the University community to express their views, it did not make
any statement on the use of UBC's name when expressing such views. He suggested that
this proposed policy needed clarification.
After further discussion, Ms. Nason thanked members for their comments and agreed that
this particular section needed clarification.
Dr. Resnick gave notice of the following motion concerning conflict of interest and senior
university administrators:
Whereas the autonomy of the university is a central feature of post-secondary
institutions of higher learning that must be preserved and furthered;
And whereas senior university administrators, be they the President, Vice-
Presidents or Deans of Faculties, personify that institution in the eyes of the public;
be it resolved that senior UBC administrators who wish to accept an appointment
to the board of an outside corporation or enterprise (other than non-profit or
charitable) first seek the approval of the UBC Board of Governors;
be it further resolved that, in assessing any such request, the Board be guided by
the principle that senior university administrators not accept positions on boards
which could be seen as jeopardizing the autonomy or integrity of their office;
be it further resolved that where a senior UBC administrator, with the Board's
approval, has accepted appointment to an outside board, any emolument or
honorarium (other than legitimate expenses) derived from such an appointment be
turned back to the university, either to general revenues, or to designated areas,
e.g. student bursaries, the library, of his/her choice.
Mr. Davidson drew Senate's attention to a paragraph in the executive summary under the
heading "Teaching" which states that: "Teachers should avoid conflicts of
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Policy and Procedures on Conflict of Interest
interest which may impede or compromise their responsibility to instruct and evaluate
students in a fair and effective manner..." and asked if the teaching of a particular
political philosophy does in fact contravene the rules set out for conflict of interest.
Ms. Nason responded that this point had not been addressed in any of the discussions of
those involved in preparing the document.
Dr. Will stated that although he personally had not had to deal with such a problem, one
of the difficulties in solving the problem, should it arise, is that a political view acceptable
to one student might not be acceptable to another. However, he did not think that this
was a problem at UBC.
Ms. Forsythe, student senator, disagreed with Dr. Will's statement, stating that as Vice-
President of the Alma Mater Society she had received a number of complaints from
students and that there appeared to be no avenue whereby such matters could be resolved.
Mr. Baumber, student senator, agreed with Ms. Forsythe's statement and added that a
student has nowhere to turn to if it is not recognized that the instructor is being biased
and that there is conflict of interest in the way that he or she is teaching the course.
In responding to the comments made by student senators, Professor Bryden, Chair the
Senate Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing, pointed out that students who felt
that their grades were affected by bias on the part of an instructor could appeal to that
committee on the grounds of unfairness.
 Vancouver Senate 10377
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Preliminary Enrolment Figures
Preliminary Enrolment Figures
Preliminary enrolment figures for 1992-93 were circulated at the meeting. Dr. Birch
informed Senate that the total number of undergraduate students was 24,587, and that
this figure was up by about 1.4% over last year. He noted that students were still
registering and that the November 1st figures would probably be considerably higher. He
stated that enrolment at the Graduate level had increased by approximately 10%-15%
over last year. The Faculties showing the largest increases are Agricultural Sciences and
Forestry, both up by almost 10%, and the School of Nursing, up by 8.5%.
Other Business
WRITING SKILLS CENTRE
Dean Marchak reported that the Writing Skills Centre was now operational and that
approximately 400 students were taking the non-credit course in the first term, and that
200 students were expected to enrol in the course in the second term.
CANADA STUDENT LOANS
Mr. Lau, student senator, referred to motions passed by Senate and the Board of
Governors requesting the federal government to rescind the 3% fee imposed on Canada
Student Loans, and informed Senate that he had received a copy of a letter from the
Federal Government stating that this fee had now been rescinded. On behalf of UBC
students, Mr. Lau expressed appreciation for the action taken by Senate and the Board of
Governors.
PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH A JOINT BOARD-SENATE AD HOC COMMITTEE
ON THE ENVIRONMENT FOR TEACHING
Mr. Lau gave notice of the following motion:
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Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
Whereas The University of British Columbia is committed to ensuring high quality
teaching,
And whereas the University has recently taken important steps in the matter of the
evaluation and improvement of teaching,
Be it resolved, subject to the approval of the Board, that the Senate and the Board
of Governors establish a joint ad hoc committee to investigate the environment for
teaching at this University;
In particular, subject to the approval of both governing bodies, the terms of
reference of the committee shall be:
1. To define the important elements in the environment for teaching (eg.
physical, financial, contractual, etc.);
2. To investigate the positive and negative effects which these elements have on
both undergraduate and graduate teaching at the University, in consultation
with the Faculties, the Faculty Association, the Alumni Association, and the
student association; and
3. To report back to the Senate and the Board, making recommendations, if
necessary, concerning the environment for teaching.
Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
EMERITUS STATUS
Dr. Dennison, Chair of the Committee, presented a report recommending that the
following be offered emeritus status:
Dr. T. W. Anderson
Professor Emeritus of Health Care & Epidemiology 65
Dr. J. M. Bak
Professor Emeritus of History
Dr. E. A. Bongie
Associate Professor Emerita of Classics
Dr. L. L. Bongie
Professor Emeritus of French
Dr. S. G. Brough
Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Science Education
Dr. L. Brown
Professor Emeritus of Metals and Materials Engineering
Dr. U. Callegarini
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Dr. W. H. Chase Professor Emeritus of Pathology
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Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
Mr. H. T. Chen
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Asian Studies
Dr. A. E. Clingman
Professor Emeritus of Visual and Performing Arts in Education
Dr. J. De Vries
Associate Professor Emeritus of Soil Science
Mr. P. M. Douglas
Professor Emeritus of Music
Dr. A. J. Elder
Associate Professor Emerita of History
Dr. R. C. Fitzsimmons
Associate Professor Emeritus of Animal Science
Dr. M. Goetz-
Stankiewicz
Professor Emerita of Germanic Studies
Dr. J. U. Gray
Professor Emeritus of Visual and Performing Arts in Education
Dr. F. R. Hamlin
Professor Emeritus of French
Dr. P. Harnetty
Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies
Dr. R. Keeler
Professor Emeritus of Physiology
Dr. M. M. Kharadly
Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering
Dr. H. Litherland
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Mr. J. A. Loban
Professor Emeritus of Music
Dr. A. R. MacKay
Associate Professor Emeritus of French
Dr. A. Marcus
Associate Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry
Dr. P. L. McGeer
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry
Dr. L. L. Miller
Associate Professor Emeritus of Germanic Studies
Dr. A. B. Murray
Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Dr. J. Price
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Dr. J. F. Richards
Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry
Mr. G. R. Selman
Associate Professor Emeritus of Administrative, Adult and Higher
Education
Mr. G. Smedley
Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts
Dr. M. Soga
Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs
Professor Emeritus of Library, Archival and Information Studies
Dr. G. Thompson
Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Dr. N. Waxier-Morrison
Associate Professor Emerita of Social Work
Dr. G. K. White
Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
Dr. E. Wickberg
Professor Emeritus of History
Dr. N. Wilson
Professor Emerita of Physiology
Dr. W. S. Wood
Dr. Dennison
Mr. Banfield
Professor Emeritus of Pathology
}
That the recommendation of the Tributes
Committee concerning emeritus status be
approved.
Carried.
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Adjournment
Adjournment
The meeting adjourned at 9.45 p.m.
Next Meeting
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 1992.
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APPENDIX
APPENDIX
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ON CONFLICT OF INTEREST (pp. 10381-10394)
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes.  Copies are available
from the Associate Registrar - Senate and Curriculum Services. Many reports are also
available on the Vancouver Senate website at www.senate.ubc.ca.

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