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 THE UNIVERSITY  OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Vancouver Senate Secretariat
Senate and Curriculum Services
Enrolment Services
2016-1874 East Mall
Vancouver, BCV6T1Z1
www.senate.ubc.ca
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF MAY 14, 2003
Attendance
Present: President M. C. Piper (Chair), Chancellor A. McEachern, Vice President B. C. McBride,
Dr. P. Adebar, Ms. J. Barnaby, Dr. B. Bemmels, Mr. K. Blevings, Dean J. Blom, Prof. C. Boyle,
Dr. J. A. Brander, Dr. L. J. Brinton, Dean J. A. Cairns, Dr. M. A. Cameron, Dr. J. Carolan, Dr. B.
Crawford, Mr. G. Duck, Dr. D. Fielding, Ms. M. Friesen, Dean N. Gallini, Ms. J. Gartner, Dr. J.
H. V. Gilbert, Ms. J. Greenblatt, Dr. R. Harrison, Dr. P. G. Harrison, Dr. J. Hepburn, Ms. J.
Hutton, Dr. R. Irwin, Dean M. Isaacson, Dr. S. B. Knight, Dr. B. S. Lalli, Mr. T. P. T. Lo, Mr. R.
W. Lowe, Dr. M. I. MacEntee, Mr. W. B. McNulty, Mr. A. Merali, Dean D. Muzyka, Dr. D.
Paterson, Dean M. Quayle, Ms. C. Quinlan, Mr. J. Rogers, Dr. A. Rose, Dr. H. J. Rosengarten,
Dean J. N. Saddler, Mr. N. Seddon, Dr. C. Shields, Mr. B. Silzer, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Mr. C. Ste-
Croix, Mr. B. Stelck, Mr. N. Taylor, Ms. M. Tee, Dr. J. R. Thompson, Dr. S. Thorne, Dean R.
Tierney, Dr. H. J. J. van Vuuren, Mr. D. R. Verma, Dr. M. Vessey, Dean pro tem. L. Whitehead,
Dr. R. Windsor-Liscombe, Dr. R. A. Yaworsky, Dean E. H. K. Yen, Mr. D. Younan, Mr. M.
Yung, Mr. C. Zappavigna.
By Invitation: Dr. L. Bainbridge, Associate Vice-President N. Guppy.
Regrets: Mr. R. Affleck, Mr. P. T. Brady, Prof. P. T. Burns, Dr. D. Cherchas, Ms. D. Del Vecchio,
Dr. J. Dennison, Dr. D. Granot, Dean F. Granot, Mr. E. Greathed, Dr. L. Gunderson, Mr. R.
Hira, Dr. J. Johnson, Ms. N. Karim, Ms. K. LeDrew, Dr. V. LeMay, Mr. G. Lloyd, Dr. K.
MacQueen, Dr. P. L. Marshall, Dr. P. Potter, Dr. B. Rodrigues, Mr. B. Simpson, Dean R.
Sindelar, Ms. L. M. Sparrow, Dr. R. C. Tees, Dr. R. Wilson.
Addition to the Agenda
The President announced that a report from the Admissions Committee on direct
admission to the Computer Science major in the Bachelor of Science had been added to
the agenda to follow item 7(a) under Reports from Committees of Senate.
Vol. 2002/03 13085
 Vancouver Senate 13086
Minutes of May 14,2003	
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Rosengarten i        That the Minutes of the Meeting of March 19,
Dean Blom J       2003 be approved as circulated.
Carried.
Introduction of Student Senators
The President was pleased to introduce the following student representatives to Senate for
the term from April 1, 2003 to March 31, 2004.
* Senators to be replaced soon, due to late elections
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Ms. Jade Barnaby (new): 2nd year Global Resource Systems
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mr. Mike Yung (continuing): 2nd year Mechanical Engineering
ARTS
Ms. Nafeesa Karim (new)
COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Kelsey Blevings (new): 3rd year Marketing
DENTISTRY
Mr. Diaa Younan (new)
EDUCATION
Mr. Christopher Ste-Croix (continuing): 1st year M.A.
FORESTRY
Ms. Kim LeDrew (new): 3rd year
GRADUATE STUDIES
Mr. Nathan Taylor (new)
LAW
Ms. Janet Gartner (new): 2nd year Law
MEDICINE
*Mr. Grayson Lloyd (continuing)
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Senate Nominating Committee Membership
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Mr. Abbas Merali (new): 4th year Pharmacy
SCIENCE
Mr. Christopher Zappavigna (continuing): 3rd year Science
MEMBERS-AT-LARGE:
Ms. Deanna Del Vecchio (new): 3rd year Geography
Mr. Geoff Duck (new): 3rd year Political Science
Ms. Jordana Greenblatt (new): Master of Arts candidate
Mr. Nick Seddon (new): 1st Year Dentistry
Ms. May Tee (new): 3rd year Biochemistry
Senate Nominating Committee Membership
Two vacancies had been declared on the meeting agenda for student representatives to
serve on the Senate Nominating Committee from May 14, 2003 until March 31, 2004
and thereafter until replacements were appointed.
The Senate Student Caucus had submitted two nominations: Mr. Christopher Ste-Croix
and Mr. Mike Yung. As no other nominations had been received, the President declared
the positions filled by acclamation.
Remarks from the Chair and Related Questions
RECENT TRIPS TO THE UNITED STATES
The President reported two recent successful trips by UBC delegations. The first was to
New York and Washington, D.C. The purpose of the New York portion of the trip was
to meet with current and potential UBC supporters, with particular emphasis on the
relatively new United States Studies program in the Faculty of Arts. The President met
with representatives from several foundations, including the Ford Foundation, the Henry
Luce Foundation, and DAAD (the German Academic Exchange Service), the latter of
which is a major supporter of the Institute for European Studies.
In Washington, D.C, the President met with representatives from the Association of
American Universities, which has as its members a select group of 62 research universities
in the United
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Remarks from the Chair and Related Questions
States and Canada. The University of Toronto and McGill University are currently the
only two Canadian members, and the President expressed optimism that UBC would be
invited to join the Association in the near future.
The purpose of a second trip, to Charlottesville, North Carolina, was to attend the
Universitas 21 Annual General Meeting, which was hosted by the University of Virginia
on May 5 and 6. Representatives from 14 member institutions attended. In addition to
U21 Global, on which the Senate is to receive an update in the fall, Universitas 21 is
active in facilitating student exchange programs, deans' meetings, and collaboration
between vice presidents of member institutions. The President remarked that she had been
impressed by the collegial associations that were developing through Universitas 21.
Before returning to Vancouver, the President reported that she had visited Ottawa to
attend a meeting hosted by the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General
of Canada, to discuss future directions for the Royal Society of Canada.
CONGREGATION 2003
President Piper encouraged members of Senate to attend at least one of the 22 ceremonies
planned for May 21st to 28th. More than 5 000 students were to graduate, and 9
honorary degrees were to be conferred.
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Candidates for Degrees
Candidates for Degrees
Dean Isaacson i        That the candidates for degrees and diplomas,
Vice President McBride    i        as approved by the Faculties and Schools, be
granted the degree or diploma for which they
were recommended, effective May 2003, and
that the Registrar, in consultation with the
Deans and the Chair of Senate, be empowered
to make any necessary adjustments.
Carried.
Academic Policy Committee
PLAGIARISM AND REVIEW FOR AUTHENTICITY
Dr. Gilbert presented the following report on behalf of the Committee.
As many members of Senate are already aware, some instructors are using an electronic service
called Turnltln.com to assess the originality of work submitted by students. For more
information about the University's use of Turnltln.com, please see the Vice President,
Academic and Provost's Office website at:
http://www.vpacademic.ubc.ca/learning/turnitin.htm
Although the use of this service is not new, students should be advised by way of a Calendar
entry that the University may employ services such as Turnltln.com to check their work. The
Academic Policy Committee proposes that the following paragraph be approved for inclusion
in the UBC Calendar. Some editorial adjustments have also been made to the first paragraph.
Proposed Changes to Calendar Entry (additions in bold): 03/04 Calendar, p. 32, c. 1.
Examinations Academic Assessment
Formal examinations are held in most courses in December and April. These are scheduled
during official examination periods in December and April for Winter Session courses at term
end. Other tests are held at the discretion of the instructors and faculties concerned. All
prescribed examinations are mandatory. Students who miss an examination or are unable to
complete other tests or graded work because of medical, emotional or other problems personal
reasons should follow the procedures for requesting Academic Concession (see the section
Academic Concession in this chapter) as soon as possible.
Review for Authenticity [entire paragraph is new]
All work submitted by students (including, without limitation, essays, dissertations, theses,
examinations, tests, reports, presentations, problem sets, and tutorial assignments) may be
reviewed by the University for authenticity and originality.
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Admissions Committee
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, such review may include the use of software
tools and third party services including Internet-based services such as Turnltln.com. By
submitting work, students consent to their work undergoing such review and being retained in
a database for comparison with other work submitted by students. The results of such review
may be used in any University investigation or disciplinary proceedings. (See Student
Discipline in this Chapter).
R. C. Tees
Chair, Academic Policy Committee
Dr. Gilbert l        That Senate approve the proposed revisions to
Mr. McNulty J        the Calendar with respect to plagiarism and
review for authenticity.
Carried.
Admissions Committee
FACULTY OF SCIENCE: DIRECT ADMISSION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM HIGH
SCHOOL
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services.
Dr. Rosengarten presented the report, as Chair of the Committee. He apologized for the
fact that the report had not been circulated with the meeting agenda. Dr. Rosengarten
noted that a provincial government initiative entitled "Doubling the Opportunity" had
provided funding toward earlier identification and admission of students wishing to study
computer science. The past practice of requiring that students wait until the end of their
first year of studies to declare computer science as a major had meant that some desirable
students had chosen to attend universities other than UBC. Dr. Rosengarten hoped that
admitting students to computer science directly from high school would both help meet
provincial government objectives and allow more flexibility for the Faculty of Science and
its students.
Dr. Rosengarten i        That Senate approve the proposal to admit
Dr. Hepburn i        students to computer science directly from high
school, and its associated Calendar entry.
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Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing
Amendment
In response to a suggestion from Dr. Carolan, Dr. Rosengarten agreed that the words "in
general" would be deleted from the first paragraph under "Admission and Continuation
Requirements."
The motion to
approve the
amended
proposal was put
and carried.
Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing
REPORT ON ACTIVITIES MARCH 2000 - APRIL 2003
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services.
As Chair of the Committee, Dr. Rosengarten presented for information a summary of the
Committee's activities from March 2000 to the present date. Since March 2000, the
Committee had heard and disposed of 18 appeals. Three appeals had been allowed, while
15 had been dismissed. The report included a brief summary of the circumstances of each
of the appeals, without any identifying information about specific appellants, in order to
respect their privacy. Dr. Rosengarten thanked each of the members of the Committee for
their hard work, as well as past Chair Tony Sheppard for making available previous
Committee reports.
Budget Committee
2002 - 2003 SENATE BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT
Note: the full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services.
Dr. Adebar presented the report, as Chair of the Committee. He recalled that the
Committee's mandate was to advise the President on academic issues related to the
University budget, as well as to provide advice and report to Senate on academic planning
and priorities as they relate to the
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Continuing Studies Committee
preparation of the budget. The Committee commended the President and the
administration on the budget process, noting that the budget was essentially complete
prior to the beginning of the budget year in April 2003.
The report also included a brief summary of the 2003 - 2004 budget.
Discussion
Dr. Vessey noted that the Ph. D. Tuition Award program had been announced relatively
late in the budgeting process, taking many faculty members by surprise. He described the
Award as a step forward, but pointed out that it had been difficult to communicate
accurate information about tuition fees to prospective Ph. D. students, particularly as the
situation was changing on a daily basis. Dr. Adebar responded that the Budget Committee
had not been asked for input prior to the decision being taken. He added that the
University must sometimes rely on its senior administrators to make decisions when there
is no time for extensive consultation, and that the Committee had become comfortable
with this new initiative through subsequent discussion.
Continuing Studies Committee
As Chair of the Committee, Ms. Friesen circulated the names of two new certificate
programs for information. They were:
1. UBC/AIC Post-Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation
Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Real Estate Division, in
consultation with the Appraisal Institute of Canada
<http://www.commerce.ubc.ca/realestate/programs/aic/index_pgcv.cfm>
2. Certificate in Entertainment Administration
Continuing Studies, Professional Film Arts Program
<http://www.cstudies.ubc.ca/film/certificate.html>
Curriculum Committee
Please see also 'Appendix A: Curriculum Proposals.'
Dr. Bemmels presented the final report for the 2002/2003 academic year on behalf of the
Committee.
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Curriculum Committee
APPLIED SCIENCE
Dr. Bemmels l        That the Mechatronics Option in the Bachelor
Dean Isaacson J        of Applied Science be approved.
Carried.
COMMERCE & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Dr. Bemmels l        That the curriculum proposals from the
Dean Muzyka J       Faculty of Commerce & Business
Administration be approved.
In response to a question from Dr. Harrison about the new course COMM 100:
Introduction to Business, Dr. Bemmels stated that students who completed the course
prior to their admission to the Bachelor of Commerce program would be permitted to
apply it toward the Bachelor of Commerce for elective credit only.
The motion was
put and carried.
GRADUATE STUDIES
School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Dr. Bemmels remarked that the graduate proposals for approval included two new
master's degree programs and a Ph.D. program to be offered by the School of
Rehabilitation Sciences. The B.Sc. programs in physical therapy and occupational therapy
were to be discontinued, following a transitional period.
Dr. Bemmels l        That the curriculum proposals from the
Dean Cairns J       Faculty of Graduate Studies be approved.
Dr. MacEntee asked whether the Master of Physical Therapy, the Master of Occupational
Therapy, and the Doctor of Philosophy had been reviewed by the Budget Committee with
respect to their budgetary implications. Dean Cairns responded that changes in the
duration of the pro-
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Curriculum Committee
grams and in the amount of tuition charged (as compared to the baccalaureate degrees)
meant that the School would be able offer these three new programs without additional
resources. He added that this information had been forwarded to the Budget Committee
for their review.
Dr. Bemmels reported that the Curriculum Committee was in the process of designing a
form outlining budgetary implications of new programs that deans would be required to
sign prior to the proposal being forwarded to Senate. Dr. MacEntee stated that he
understood that the Office of the Vice President Academic & Provost was required to
send new program proposals to the Budget Committee for review. Dr. Guppy stated that
these new programs had been reviewed by the Budget Committee, according to the usual
process.
In response to a question from Dean Quayle, Dr. Bemmels confirmed that the Institute for
Resources, Environment and Sustainability had conducted appropriate consultation with
Faculties with respect to the new RMES courses. Ms. Collins confirmed that at least one
representative from the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences had been among the consultants.
Referring again to the RMES courses, Dr. Gilbert noted that the University Act placed the
authority to offer courses at the departmental level, rather than with centres and
institutes. He stated that he realized that the University already offered courses through
other centres and institutes, and that he assumed that this practice would continue, but
that he would like Senate to take note of this issue nonetheless.
The motion was
put and carried.
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Minutes of May 14,2003
13095
Nominating Committee
SCIENCE: PROGRAM PROPOSALS
Dr. Bemmels l
Dr. P. G. Harrison J
That the program proposals from the Faculty
of Science be approved.
Carried.
SCIENCE: COURSE PROPOSALS
Dr. Bemmels l
Dean pro tem. J
Whitehead
That the course proposals from the Faculty of
Science be approved.
Carried.
Nominating Committee
COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS FOR STUDENT SENATORS
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services.
As Chair of the Nominating Committee, Dr. Gilbert circulated a list of nominations for
student representatives to the Committees of Senate. The term was to be from May 14,
2003 to March 31, 2004 and thereafter until replacements were appointed.
Dr. Gilbert
Dr. Rosengarten
That Senate accept the recommendations of the
Nominating Committee with respect to
Committee assignments for student senators.
Carried.
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Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
SENATE REPRESENTATIVE TO ST. MARK'S COLLEGE BOARD
Dr. Gilbert l        That Senate appoint Mr. Jim Rogers to fill a
Dr. Slonecker i        vacancy as the UBC Senate representative to
the St. Mark's College Board.
Carried.
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
REPORT TO SENATE 2002 - 2003
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services.
As Chair of the Committee, Prof. Boyle submitted a report for information summarizing
the Committee's activities from November 2002 to the present date. The Committee had
heard and disposed of eight appeals during that time period: one was allowed, while seven
were dismissed. The report briefly outlined the circumstances of each case, including the
alleged offense and the basis for each student's appeal.
Student Awards Committee
NEW AWARDS
Please see also 'Appendix B: New Awards.'
As Chair of the Committee, Dr. Thompson presented the new awards for approval. He
drew particular attention to the Ph.D. Tuition Fee Award. Dr. Thompson also noted that
the Olav Slaymaker Award had been withdrawn because the donor wished to make some
changes to the award description prior to final approval.
Dr. Thompson i        That the new awards be accepted and
Dr. R. Harrison i       forwarded to the Board of Governors for
approval, and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Carried.
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Tributes Committee
A list of heads of graduating classes and major award winners was circulated for
information.
Tributes Committee
Please see also 'Appendix C: Candidates for Emeritus Status.'
As Chair of the Committee, Dr. Slonecker had circulated a list of candidates for emeritus
status.
Dr. Slonecker l        That Senate accept the recommendations of the
Dr. Rosengarten J        Tributes Committee with respect to emeritus
status.
Carried.
EMERITUS/EMERITA STATUS
The following report had been circulated.
EMERITUS/EMERITA STATUS
(Recommended changes are marked by italics or strikcthrough)
The following provides information on the current practice in Faculty Relations regarding
emeritus/emerita status eligibility.
Emeritus/emerita status is awarded to full-time retiring faculty & librarians at the time of their
normal retirement date (June 30 or December 31 following their 65th birth date), if their
combined age plus years of full-time service to the University equals 70 or more. Retiring
faculty must have held a Tenure, Tenure-track, Grant Tenure or Grant Tenure-track position.
Librarians must have held a Confirmed appointment.
In addition to the basic eligibility requirements, emeritus/emerita status can be granted in the
following other instances:
4-.—Faculty or librarians who meet the basic requirements and arc retiring early under an
Early Termination Agreement will also be granted emeritus/emerita status. The
granting of status to those on an Early Termination Agreement commenced in 1987.
2.—Individuals resigning within 2 years of normal retirement and who meet the basic
eligibility requirements will also be granted emeritus/emerita status. This practice
commenced in 1995.
3. Program Directors holding a Confirmed appointment who are retiring or resigning
within 2 years of normal retirement may be granted emeritus/emerita status by
recommendation of the Tributes Committee to the Senate.
4. Clinical appointments retiring or resigning within 2 years of normal retirement date
are considered for Emeritus/a Status upon submission by their department head and
the Dean of Medicine to the Tributes Committee and subsequent recommendation
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Tributes Committee
of the Tributes Committee to the Senate. Clinicals must have 15 years of continuous
service to qualify.
5.   A retiring Chancellor is automatically granted emeritus/emerita status.
Appeals will be decided by the Office of the Vice-President Academic and Provost.
Emeriti are eligible for the following privileges:
Free parking on campus
Free library card
-Tuition waivers for Emeriti under age 65 (any B C resident age 65 or older is eligible
for free tuition)
Tuition waivers for dependent children
Internet and email services
Membership in the Association of Professors Emeriti
Dr. Slonecker noted that early termination agreements were to cease to be available to
faculty members as of August 31, 2003, and that some of the proposed changes, including
the deletion of item #1 above, were related to this change. The Committee proposed to
delete item #2 and modify item #3 because the University was looking to retain faculty
until age 65, rather than encouraging them to retire earlier. The proposed changes also
served to clarify the appeals process.
Dr. Slonecker i        That Senate accept the recommendations of the
Dr. Gilbert J        Tributes Committee with respect to
emeritus/emerita status eligibility and
privileges.
In response to a query from Vice President McBride, Dr. Slonecker agreed that it would
be reasonable to "grandfather" those faculty members currently on leave, whose early
termination agreements would extend beyond August 31, 2003.
There was general discussion about whether privileges currently extended to emeritus
faculty, or the lack thereof, would seriously impact a faculty member's decision to retire.
Some members of
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Tributes Committee
Senate expressed discomfort about denying emeritus status to individuals resigning within
two years of normal retirement.
In amendment.
Dr. Paterson
Dr. Vessey
That item #2 not be deleted.
The motion to
amend was put
and carried.
Discussion on Amended Motion
In response to a query from Dr. Hepburn, Dr. Slonecker agreed that changes would be
made to items #3 and #4 to match the amendment above.
Vice President McBride asked why the window within which one could resign and still
receive emeritus status was set at two years from normal retirement, rather than at some
other number. Dr. Slonecker stated that this practice had come into effect as the result of
several individual requests from resigning faculty that served to create a precedent.
In response to a query from Dr. Fielding, Dr. Slonecker stated that item #4, which
referred to clinical faculty in the Faculty of Medicine, also applied to other Faculties with
clinical faculty appointments.
Vice President McBride stated that he was uncomfortable with the two-year time period,
as it seemed arbitrary, and that it was important for Senate reflect carefully on issues
surrounding emeritus status before revising the policy. Mr. Rogers stated that he would
prefer a formula for
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Tributes Committee
eligibility consisting of either reaching age 65 or an alternative of age plus years of service
totalling a certain number.
Mr. Yung i        That the proposed changes to the policy on
Mr. Zappavigna i        eligibility for emeritus status and related
privileges be referred back to the Tributes
Committee for further discussion.
Carried.
MEMORIAL MINUTE
The Tributes Committee had circulated the following memorial minute.
William Henry Mathews
1919-2003
William Henry Mathews was born in Vancouver in 1919 and attended King George High School
and the University of British Columbia. He received a B.A. Science in 1940 and M.A. Science in
1941 in Geological Engineering. He served as an Associate Mining Engineer in the BC
Department of Mines from 1941-46 and then studied at the University of California at Berkeley
for his Ph.D. from 1946-48. He began his academic career at Berkeley as an Assistant Professor
from 1948-51 and joined the UBC Department of Geography and Geology in 1951. Professor
Mathews served as Head of Geology from 1964 -71 and as a member of Senate from 1964-66. He
was a classical field geologist as well as a professional engineer and well respected as a scientist
and scholar. William Mathews was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and the Geological
Society of America. He was also a member of the American Geophysical Union, the Geological
Association of Canada, the British Glaciological Society, the Arctic Institute of North America,
Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, the Alpine Club of Canada and the Natural History Society of British
Columbia. Following his retirement from UBC in 1984, William Mathews continued an active
research program as a Professor Emeritus.
Dr. Slonecker l        That the memorial minute for William Henry
Dr. Windsor-Liscombe     i        Mathews be entered in the Minutes of Senate.
Carried.
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Reports from the Vice President, Academic and Provost
Reports from the Vice President, Academic and Provost
IRVING K. BARBER CHAIR IN DIABETES RESEARCH
Vice President McBride    l        That Senate approve the establishment of the
Dean Cairns i        Irving K. Barber Chair in Diabetes Research.
Carried.
GREAT NORTHERN WAY CAMPUS: AN ACADEMIC VISION
Note: The full text of this report is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available from
the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services.
Vice President McBride circulated the vision paper for the Great Northern Way campus,
recalling that the same document had been circulated to Senate prior to the March 2003
meeting, where some preliminary discussion had taken place. The proposal had since been
presented and discussed at a Meeting of Administrative Heads of Units (MADHU).
Vice President McBride    l        That Senate approve in principle the "Great
Mr. McNulty i       Northern Way Campus: An Academic Vision,"
on the understanding that specific academic
issues related to the Great Northern Way
Campus, and appropriate for Senate
deliberation or approval, will be brought
forward as and when necessary (e.g.
admissions, curriculum).
Dr. Knight stated that he was impressed by the idea of this collaborative campus. He
wondered how many students would leave the Point Grey campus in favour of Great
Northern Way. He suggested that the planners of the Great Northern Way campus might
consider fostering electronic linkages between students and global mentors and high-tech
innovators as part of program development. He also highlighted the need to consider cost
and sustainability concerns as this important project moved forward. Vice President
McBride assured members of Senate that all of the partner institutions were examining
the financial aspects of the project, including potential
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Report from the Registrar and Associate Vice President, Enrolment Services
supporters from the business community, the arts community, and the provincial
government. The Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design had recently hosted a design
symposium to generate ideas for the site, particularly with respect to integration of
residential, educational, and commercial activities.
In response to a query from Mr. Rogers about governance of the campus, Vice President
McBride stated that the Board of Trustees was composed of 14 members, and that all
four partner institutions were represented. Finance and academic committees had been
struck. In response to a further query from Mr. Ste-Croix, Vice President McBride stated
that there had not been student participation in governance up to the present date, but
that there would be such a mechanism in the near future.
In response to comments from Dr. Windsor-Liscombe about difficulties in finalizing an
agreement to establish an artist-in-residence program at the site, Vice President McBride
reported he was hopeful that those difficulties would soon be resolved.
Dean Gallini reported on a recent theatre production at the site, stating that several
institutions had collaborated with the local arts community to make it possible. She added
that the idea was not necessarily to relocate entire degree programs to the Great Northern
Way Campus, but that certain activities, like theatre production, might be uniquely suited
to the site.
The motion was
put and carried.
Report from the Registrar and Associate Vice President, Enrolment Services
UBC CALENDAR 2003/2004
Mr. Silzer was proud to report that the printed version of the UBC Calendar had been
delivered in March 2003, as compared with the July delivery date of the previous year.
Due to increased
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Other Business
student access to, and reliance on, the web version of the Calendar, Enrolment Services
had decided to print 30,000 copies, as compared to 50,000 in the previous year. A new
system for proof-reading Calendar content on the web, rather than in paper form, had
helped to streamline the proofing process. Mr. Silzer acknowledged the staff involved in
the production of the Calendar, as well as partners in Faculties and departments who
assisted in accelerating the production process. He invited members of Senate to forward
their comments, stating that Enrolment Services was taking a continuous improvement
approach to the project.
In response to a query from Dr. Harrison, Mr. Silzer stated that the web version of the
Calendar was the official, contractual version, and that the web version was updated
quarterly. Dr. Harrison stated that he had noted many improvements and useful changes
in the most recent version of the Calendar.
Other Business
UNIVERSITY TOWN
Dean Quayle requested that Senate receive a report in the fall on the University Town
initiative, stating that she felt the Senate should be more engaged in the project. The
suggestion was referred to the Agenda Committee for consideration.
Tributes Committee - in camera
Dr. Slonecker announced the results of a recent Senate referendum to grant a special
honorary degree in April 2004. The name of the recipient was to be made public if and
when the nominee agreed to attend a ceremony to accept the degree.
Dr. Slonecker noted that June 30 was the deadline for nominations for honorary degrees
to be conferred in 2004. He encouraged members of Senate to nominate candidates,
stating that appli-
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Adjournment
cations were available at the Ceremonies & Events Office web site <http://www.external-
affairs.ubc.ca/ceremonies/honours/#honorary>.
Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. The next regular meeting of
Senate was scheduled for September 17, 2003.
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Appendix A: Curriculum Proposals
Appendix A: Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Mechanical Engineering
Mechatronics Option
COMMERCE & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
COMM 100
Chinook Option (addition to the B.Com. program)
GRADUATE STUDIES
Institute for Resources, Environment & Sustainability
RMES 515, RMES 516, RMES 517, RMES 518, RMES 520, RMES 530, RMES 542,
RMES 550, RMES 586
School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Master of Occupational Therapy
Master of Physical Therapy
RHSC 512, RSPT 514, RSPT 516, RSPT 518, RSPT 524, RSPT 526, RSPT 528, RSPT
532, RSPT 538, RSPT 544, RSPT 546, RSPT 548, RSPT 558, RSPT 564, RSPT 566,
RSPT 572, RSPT 578
RSOT 511, RSOT 513, RSOT 515, RSOT 519, RSOT 521, RSOT 525, RSOT 527,
RSOT 537, RSOT 541, RSOT 545, RSOT 547, RSOT 549, RSOT 551
Doctor of Philosophy
RSHC 699
Applied Science
MINE 584
Law
Master of Jurisprudence (Common Law)
LAW 550, LAW 552, LAW 553, LAW 554, LAW 555, LAW 556, LAW 557, LAW
560
Science
CPSC 541, CPSC 543, CPSC 590
EOSC 513, GEOG 506
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Appendix A: Curriculum Proposals
SCIENCE
CHEM 260, CHEM 304, CHEM 408
CPSC 445, CPSC 490
EOSC 211
GEOG 407
ISCI 398, ISCI 399, ISCI 498, ISCI 499
MATH 256, MATH 308, MATH 312, MATH 322
BIOT 201, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208, 210, 221, 222, 231, 232, 241, 242, 306, 307,
308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 323, 324, 331, 351, 352, 361, 398, 399
New application process for PSYC major
Materials Chemistry Option: Major and Honours
Combined Major: Computer Science and Biology
Combined Major: Computer Science and Another Science Subject
Combined Honours: Computer Science and Statistics
Combined Major: Computer Science and Statistics
Combined Honours: Atmospheric Science and Computer Science
Cooperative Education Program in the Integrated Sciences Program
UBC/BCIT Joint Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology (changes to Calendar entry)
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Appendix B: New Awards
Appendix B: New Awards
Faculty of AGRICULTURAL Sciences Bursary: Bursaries totalling $1,100 have been endowed by
alumni and friends of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences for undergraduate students in the
faculty. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Marc BEACH English Honours Essay Prize: A $300 prize has been endowed by family and friends
in memory of Professor Marc Beach, a former professor of English who participated notably in
the English Honours Program and Arts One. The prize is made on the recommendation of the
Department of English for the best essay written by a student in an English Honours seminar.
(First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Gordon BISARO Memorial Prize in Law: A $500 prize has been endowed by family, friends and
colleagues in memory of Gordon Bisaro (1947-1997), husband, father, cyclist and well-respected
member of the admiralty bar. The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law
to a student who has achieved high academic standing in courses dealing with fisheries law and/or
aboriginal issues. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
BOTANY and Zoology Student Research Award: Awards totalling $1,000 have been endowed to
support outstanding undergraduate research by students in the Botany or Zoology Departments.
The award supports student laboratory research, the costs of field study, or the sharing of
undergraduate research with the scientific community through participation in a national or
international conference. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Botany
in even numbered years and the Department of Zoology in odd numbered years. (First awards
available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Mary CAMPBELL Women's Athletic Award: Through an endowment created by Mary Campbell,
one or more awards, ranging in value from a minimum of $1,000 each to the maximum allowable
under athletic association regulations, are offered to women student athletes. Half of each year's
awards are granted to outstanding student athletes on the Thunderbird Women's Basketball Team
who are majoring in Physical Education and half are granted to female student athletes who are
majoring in English. The awards are made on the recommendation of the President's Athletics
Awards Committee. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
DEAN'S M.B.A. Entrance Scholarship: A maximum of eight scholarships equal to half of tuition
are offered to students entering the M.B.A. program who demonstrate exceptional aptitude and
academic excellence. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce
and Business Administration. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Steven DORFMAN Memorial Award in Law: A $500 award has been endowed by the
Honourable Mr. Justice Max M. Teitelbaum, Mrs. Phyllis Teitelbaum, Judy and Ben Frank, and
family and friends in memory of Steven Dorfman, a student who loved the law. The award is
granted to an outstanding law student completing first year, ranking academically in the top 10%
of the first-year class; demonstrating leadership abilities through involvement in community,
university and/or law activities; and demonstrating other personal accomplishments. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law. (First award available for the 2003/2004
academic year.)
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Appendix B: New Awards
FACULTY Women's Club Commemorative Bursary: A $1,000 bursary has been endowed by the
UBC Faculty Women's Club to honour past members who, during their lifetimes, contributed so
much to the club. The bursary is awarded to students registered in their third or fourth year of
study in an undergraduate degree program. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic
year.)
FACULTY Women's Club Marion NODWELL Memorial Scholarship: A $1,000 scholarship has
been endowed by the UBC Faculty Women's Club and the Nodwell family in memory of Marion
Nodwell, a woman with a great zest for life and learning. Marion Nodwell was a wonderful
gardener and community volunteer, serving enthusiastically for many years in a variety of roles in
the Faculty Women's Club including president, organizer and fundraiser. To reflect Marion's
interest in gardening, the scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences to a third or fourth year undergraduate or graduate student with a
concentration in Horticulture. In the case of graduate students, the award is made in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Allan FALCONER Memorial Melbourne Exchange Award: A $325 award has been endowed by
family, classmates and friends in memory of Allan Falconer with preference for undergraduate or
graduate students in the Faculty of Law who are participating in the Melbourne Exchange
Program which Allan was instrumental in creating. The involvement of candidates in student
affairs and in off-campus activities may be considered. The award is made on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Law. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Jeff FRANCIS Thunderbird Baseball Award: One or more awards, ranging from a minimum value
of $500 each to the maximum allowable under athletic association regulations, are offered to
outstanding members of the Baseball Team in any year of study. Awards are made on the
recommendation of the President's Athletic Awards Committee. (First awards available for the
2003/2004 academic year.)
FUKIEN Chinese Association Award: A $1,100 award has been endowed by the Fukien Chinese
Association for UBC students with a preference for UBC graduate students who are pursuing
Chinese language studies in the People's Republic of China. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Centre for Chinese Research at the Institute of Asian Research, in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First award available for the 2003/2004
academic year.)
FUKIEN Chinese Association Law Exchange Award: A $1,100 award has been endowed by the
Fukien Chinese Association for UBC students traveling to China for study through exchange
programs between UBC's Faculty of Law and counterpart institutions in China. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law on the basis of academic excellence and
financial need. At the conclusion of their time in China, award recipients must provide a written
report to the Dean of Law describing how their experience in China has furthered their
understanding of Chinese law and culture. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic
year.)
Thomas A. GARVEY Prize: A $300 prize has been endowed by Thomas A. Garvey for a student
with high standing in a course on Capital Markets and Real Estate in the Diploma Program in
Urban Land
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Appendix B: New Awards
Economics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Stephanie GNUP Scholarship in Nursing: Scholarships totalling $5,500 have been endowed
through a bequest by Stephanie Gnup for students entering the second year of the Nursing
Program. Financial circumstances of candidates may be taken into account in selecting scholarship
recipients. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing. (First awards
available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Stephanie GNUP Scholarship in Physical Therapy: Scholarships totalling $5,500 have been
endowed through a bequest by Stephanie Gnup for students entering the second year of the
Physical Therapy Program. Financial circumstances of candidates may be taken into account in
selecting scholarship recipients. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of
Rehabilitation Sciences. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Victor GOMEL Award in Obstetrics and Gynaecology: Awards totalling $1,650 have been
endowed by Dr. Victor Gomel for graduates of the UBC M.D. Program entering the UBC
residency program in Obstetrics and Gynaecology who have a high academic standing and who
best display an aptitude for the subject. The awards are made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Medicine. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
GRADUATING Class of Law 1972 Bursary: Bursaries totalling $1,000 have been endowed by the
Class of Law 1972 for students in the Faculty of Law. (First awards available for the 2003/2004
academic year.)
Barbara Anne LITCHFIELD Memorial Bursary: Bursaries totalling $1,250 have been endowed by
the family and friends of Mrs. Barbara Anne Litchfield. Barbara was a talented musician whose
strong voice and beautiful piano playing resonate with those who knew her as a reminder of her
unique spirit. The bursary is awarded to students in the School of Music who are studying piano.
(First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
William (Bill) McARTHUR Memorial Bursary: Bursaries totalling $1,000 have been endowed by
family and friends in loving memory of Dr. William (Bill) McArthur, who was the first Chief
Coroner for British Columbia and, until his passing, pursued his love of medicine in part-time
family practice. The award is offered to students in the Faculty of Science. (First awards available
for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
James W. McCRACKEN Memorial Bursary: Bursaries totalling $5,500 have been endowed by the
Government of British Columbia in memory of James W. McCracken for undergraduate civil
engineering students in the Faculty of Applied Science. As a director in the environment ministry,
Mr. McCracken was a leader in promoting environmental protection and responsible natural
resource management (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
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Appendix B: New Awards
Tudor OMMANNEY Memorial Bursary in Forestry: Bursaries totalling $2,500 have been
endowed by Mrs. Sylvia Ommanney in memory of her husband, Tudor Ommanney. The awards
are offered to students attending field schools in the Faculty of Forestry and, in particular, the
interior field school (FRST 351) and the integrated field school (CONS 451) or both (First awards
available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
PACIFIC Liaicon and Associates Inc. Award in Engineering: A $1,375 award has been endowed
by Henry Wakabayashi (UBC B.A.Sc.1958, Chemical Engineering), founder of Pacific Liaicon.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering to an undergraduate, with preference to a student focusing on project management.
(First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Faculty of PHARMACEUTICAL Sciences Bursary: Bursaries totalling $1,000 have been endowed
by alumni and friends of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences for undergraduate students in the
faculty. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Ph.D. Tuition Fee Award: An award equivalent to the Ph.D. tuition fee assessment is offered to
Ph.D. students in the first four years of their doctoral program in recognition of their contribution
to research excellence at The University of British Columbia. The awards are offered through the
Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
Olav SLAYMAKER Scholarship in Environment: Scholarships totalling $12,000 have been
endowed by The Simons Foundation and UBC in recognition of Dr. Olav Slaymakcr's
contributions to research on environmental issues in mountain regions. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to graduate studcnt(s) pursuing studies in
environment. (First awards available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
3i Implant Innovations Canada Inc. Prize in Graduate Periodontology: A $1,000 prize is offered
by 3i Implant Innovations Canada Inc. to a student who has demonstrated the highest scholastic
achievement in the Graduate Periodontology Program with an emphasis on reconstructive
dentistry. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry. (First award
available for the 2002/2003 academic year.)
James and Setsuko THURLOW Scholarship in Peace and Disarmament Studies: Scholarships
totalling $5,000 have been endowed by James and Setsuko Thurlow and UBC for graduate
students pursuing studies in peace and disarmament or weapons of mass destruction. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First awards available for the
2003/2004 academic year.)
J.S.D. TORY Prize in Advocacy: Prizes totalling $1,000 are offered by Tory, Tory, DesLauriers
and Binnington to an outstanding student in the competitive moot program. The award is made
on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law. (First awards available for the 2002/2003
academic year.)
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Appendix B: New Awards
Sheldon TRAINOR-DE GIROLAMO Scholarship in Commerce: Two $5,000 scholarships have
been endowed by Sheldon Trainor-De Girolomo for undergraduate students entering the first year
of the Bachelor of Commerce Program. Preference is given to students who graduated from a B.C.
secondary school located outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District or the Capital Region
District. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
John Richard TURNER Fellowship in Microbiology: Fellowships totalling $16,000 have been
endowed through a bequest by John Richard Turner to support genetic research by graduate
students in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. The awards are made on the
recommendation of the Department. (First award available for the 2003/2004 academic year.)
PREVIOUSLY-APPROVED AWARDS WITH CHANGES IN TERMS:
Award 01104 - BRISSENDEN Scholarship in Creative Writing (revised wording): Two
scholarships of $1,500 each have been made available through the Vancouver Foundation by Mr.
and Mrs. P.R. Brissenden for students who demonstrate promise in the field of Creative Writing.
The scholarships are made on the recommendation of the Department of Creative Writing.
New Award - BRISSENDEN Scholarship in Humanities: A $1,500 scholarship has been made
available through the Vancouver Foundation by Mr. and Mrs. P.R. Brissenden for an outstanding
student in the Humanities. The scholarship is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts.
How amended? - These three scholarships have previously been administered through a single
award description (Award 01104). The Vancouver Foundation, the trustee of the endowment
fund, has requested that the award be split into the two separate descriptions with different
recommending bodies so as to better reflect the language of Brissenden trust.
Award 00510 - CBC Jim Burt Prize in Film (revised wording): A $500 prize is offered by the
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to a full time student in a M.F.A degree who has shown
unusual promise in screenwriting. Submissions must be original and chosen from those selected
for production by the film program. The award is made on the recommendation of the
Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing in consultation with the Annual Persistence of
Vision Student Film Festival Judging Committee.
Proposed New Award - CBC Jim Burt Prize in Creative Writing: A $500 prize is offered by the
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to a full time student in an M.F.A degree program who has
shown unusual promise in screenwriting. Entries should be sent to the Chairman of the Creative
Writing Department, University of British Columbia by April 1. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Department of Theatre, Film & Creative Writing.
How amended? Previously, the two prizes were administered through a single award description.
As a result, this award was confusing to adjudicate because film and creative writing have been
operating as separate units within their department and do not consult with regard to award
selection. The donor has
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Appendix B: New Awards
requested that we split the award into two entities, one for each branch. The current description is
no longer applicable.
Award 08199 - KIEVELL Bursary: (revised wording): Bursaries totalling $7,000 have been made
available through Vancouver Foundation by the late Myrtle Lorena Kievell in memory of her
parents, James Wesley and Margaret Gardiner Kievell, and brother, William Elder Kievell. The
award is offered to female students entering third or fourth year Medicine (any field),
Rehabilitation Sciences or Nursing. It is hoped that the recipient would spend some time in an
area where medical help is very much needed - in Canada or elsewhere.
New Award - KIEVELL Scholarship - Three scholarships of $3,000 each have been made
available through Vancouver Foundation by the late Myrtle Lorena Kievell in memory of her
parents, James Wesley and Margaret Gardiner Kievell, and brother, William Elder Kievell. One
award each is offered on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine (any field), the School of
Rehabilitation Sciences and the School of Nursing to a female student entering third or fourth
year. It is hoped that the recipient would spend some time in an area where medical help is very
much needed - in Canada or elsewhere.
How amended? The original terms of UBC Award 08199 provide only for Kievell bursaries. The
Vancouver Foundation has reviewed the terms of the Kievell bequest and has asked that we
provide both scholarships and bursaries so as to conform with the donors' stated wishes.
Award 03235 - Dr. John S. Monteith Prize in Family Medicine: (revised wording) A $700 prize,
endowed by the Monteith family and The Seymour Medical Clinic in memory of Dr. John S.
Monteith, is awarded to a first or second year medical student who distinguishes him/herself by
superlative knowledge or practice of Family Medicine. The award is made on the recommendation
of the course director and Department Head of Family Practice in consultation with the
Undergraduate Family Practice Program Committee.
How amended? When established in 1983, the terms of the Monteith Prize recognized "a first
year medical student for an essay emphasizing the role of the family physician in the provision of
health care." With changes in the M.D. curriculum, these terms are no longer practical and so the
Faculty can no longer recommend award recipients. The recommended revisions re-align the
award terms with the M.D. curriculum and will make it possible to award the prize again.
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13113
Appendix C: Candidates for Emeritus Status
Appendix C: Candidates for Emeritus Status
1 Name
Emeritus Title                                                                                   ^M
Emeritus Status effective
June 30, 2003 except where otherwise noted
Anderson, Frank H.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Anthony, Anne Margaret
Senior Instructor Emerita of Curriculum Studies
Balzarini, David A.
Professor Emeritus of Physics & Astronomy
Bruneau, William A.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Educational Studies (August 31, 2003)
Butt, Dorcas Susan
Associate Professor Emerita of Psychology
Campbell, Jennifer D.
Professor Emerita of Psychology
Candido, Peter
Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Carter, James E. J.
Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Chew, Helson
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology
Christensen, Pia J.
General Librarian Emerita
Copeman, Robert J.
Professor Emeritus of Agroecology
Crosby, John J. L.
Clinical Associate Professor of Anaesthesia
Cruikshank, Julie
Professor Emerita of Anthropology & Sociology
Dill, Barbara
Senior Instructor Emerita of Microbiology & Immunology
Dybikowski, James
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
Egleston, Donald J.
Senior Instructor Emeritus of Law
Fernando, Tissa
Associate Professor Emeritus of Anthropology & Sociology
Fletcher, W. K.
Professor Emeritus of Earth & Ocean Sciences
Ford, Donna M.
Instructor Emerita of Rehabilitation Sciences (June 30, 2002)
Glass, Anthony D. M.
Professor Emeritus of Botany
Gonnami, Tsuneharu
General Librarian Emeritus (December 31, 2002)
Green, Beverley R.
Professor Emerita of Botany
Huzel, James
Assistant Professor Emeritus of History
Ito, Mabo Robert
Professor Emeritus of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Jones, Joseph
General Librarian Emeritus
Kasinsky, Harold
Associate Professor Emeritus of Zoology
Keate, M. Heather
Assistant University Librarian Emerita (December 31, 2002)
Kennedy, George
Associate Professor Emeritus of Global Resource Systems
Klein, Michael Charles
Professor Emeritus of Family Practice
Laponce, Iza Gustawa M.
General Librarian Emerita
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13114
Appendix C: Candidates for
Emeritus Status
1 Name
Emeritus Title
Emeritus Status effective June 30, 2003 except where otherwise noted
Leonard, Linda
Associate Professor Emerita of Nursing
Leslie, Perry
Professor Emeritus of Educational & Counselling Psychology, & Special
Education (August 31, 2003)
McBride, Peggy K.
General Librarian Emerita
Meyer, Jochen
Professor Emeritus of Physics & Astronomy
Modrow, Robert
Associate Professor Emeritus of Health Care & Epidemiology
Moon, Young S.
Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Murtha, Peter A.
Professor Emeritus of Forest Resources Management
Navin, Francis P. D.
Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering
New, William Herbert
Professor Emeritus of English
Neill, William E.
Professor Emeritus of Fisheries
Pederson, Raymond
Professor Emeritus of Physiology
Ratner, Robert S.
Professor Emeritus of Anthropology & Sociology
Redding, Helene M.
Genereral Librarian Emerita
Reid, Robert S.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Law
Rosen, Lon
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
Sanders, Douglas E.
Professor Emeritus of Law
Scott, Beverley
Admin Librarian 1 Emerita
Sexsmith, Robert
Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering
Shizgal, Bernard
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
Silverman, Robert
Professor Emeritus of Music
Slade, Margaret
Professor Emerita of Economics (June 30, 2003)
Slutsky, Barry
Associate Professor Emeritus of Law
Stoddart, Kenneth
Associate Professor Emeritus of Anthropology & Sociology
Tromans, Desmond
Professor Emeritus of Metals & Materials Engineering
Turrell, Brian G
Professor Emeritus of Physics & Astronomy
Uegama, Walter
Program Director Emeritus of Continuing Studies
Verriour, Patrick S. G
Associate Professor Emeritus of Language Education
Wedeking, Gary
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
Westrom, Marvin
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Curriculum Studies
White, Kenneth J.
Professor Emeritus of Economics
Woodside, Alexander
Professor Emeritus of History
Worrall, John Gatland
Associate Professor Emeritus of Forest Sciences
Zacher, Mark W.
Professor Emeritus of Political Science

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