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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.students.ubc.ca/senate
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Vancouver Senate
MINUTES OF JANUARY 24, 2007
Attendance
Present: President S. J. Toope (Chair), Mr. B. J. Silzer (Registrar & Secretary), Dr. A. McEachern (Chancellor), Dr. G. A. Mackie (Vice-President, Academic & Provost pro tem.), Mr. B.
Ahmadian, Mr. T. Ahmed, Dr. B. Arneil, Dr. N. Banthia, Dr. J. D. Berger, Dr. G. Bluman, Dean
M. A. Bobinski, Mr. P. Brady, Ms. S. Brkanovic, Dr. E. Dean, Dr. W. Dunford, Ms. G. Eom, Dr.
D. Fielding, Dr. I. Franks, Dr. C. Friedrichs, Ms. M. Friesen, Mr. C. Funnell, Dr. D. Griffin, Dr.
L. Gunderson, Dr. P. G. Harrison, Dr. R. Harrison, Dr. R. Helsley, Associate Vice-President J.
Hutton, Dr. R. Irwin, Dean M. Isaacson, Dr. J. Johnson, Ms. J. Khangura, Ms. W. King, Dr. B. S.
Lalli, Mr. R. Lam, Mr. M. Lane, Mr. K. Liu, Mr. R. Lowe, Dr. M. MacEntee, Dr. P. L. Marshall,
Dr. A. McAfee, Ms. K. McAllister, Dr. W. McKee, Dr. D. McLean, Mr. W. McNulty, Mr. P.
Orchard, Dr. D. Paterson, Dean S. Peacock, Dean pro tem. A. Rose, Dean J. Saddler, Ms. E.
Segal, Mr. B. Simpson, Dr. B. Stelck, Dr. D. Steyn, Mr. R. Taddei, Ms. A. Thamboo, Dr. S.
Thorne, Dean R. Tierney, Mr. B. Toosi, Dr. M. Upadhyaya, Dr. R. Windsor-Liscombe, Dr. R. A.
Yaworsky, Dean E. H. K. Yen, Dr. J. Young.
By invitation: Mr. M. Crosbie, Dr. R. Gardiner, Associate-Vice President A. Kindler, Associate
Vice-President C. Klafter, Vice-President D. Pavlich, Mr. N. Sippert.
Regrets: Dr. P. Adebar, Principal pro tem. L. Bainbridge, Prof. C. Boyle, Dr. J. Brander, Dr. H.
Burt, Dr. L. Chui, Mr. B. Danin, Dr. J. Dennison, Mr. F. Fan, Dr. W. Fletcher, Dean N. Gallini,
Mr. C. L. Gorman, Dr. S. Grayston, Dean M. Isman, Dr. S. B. Knight, Dean D. Muzyka, Dr. P.
Potter, Ms. C. Quinlan, Dr. J. Sarra, Dean R. Sindelar, Dean G Stuart, Dr. D. Weary, Dr. R. Wilson.
Recording Secretary: Ms. L. M. Collins.
Note: The full text of some reports to Senate is not included in the Minutes. Copies are available
from the Assistant Registrar, Senate & Curriculum Services. Many reports are also available on
the Vancouver Senate website at www, students, ubc. ca/senate.
Vol. 2006/2007
69
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Mnutes of January 24,2007
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Call to Order
Agenda Changes
With the consent of the meeting, the Chair made the following adjustments to the agenda:
1. Item 6(b): withdrawn to allow time for further Committee discussion;
2. Item 9: renumbered as item 9(a) and added information item 9(b) Presidential Search Committee for the Appointment of the Vice-President Academic & Provost.
Senate Membership
The Secretary announced the following Senate membership changes.
NEW MEMBER OF SENATE
Dr. Douw Steyn, Principal pro tem., College for Interdisciplinary Studies.
REPLACEMENT
Mr. Robert Taddei replaces Mr. Joseph Mergens as the student representative of the Faculty of
Education.
DECLARATIONS OF VACANCIES
One faculty representative of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to replace Dr. Douw Steyn.
Two faculty representatives and one student representative of the College for Interdisciplinary
Studies.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Steyn ~i     That the minutes of the meeting of November
Dr. Bluman /    15, 2006 be adopted as circulated.
The Senate
acquiesced without
a vote.
Business Arising from the Minutes
COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE SENATE AND THE BOARD OF
GOVERNORS
President Toope advised the Senate that he and the Chair of the Board of Governors had recently
launched a review of Board processes and procedures, and that the review would include com-
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Business Arising From the Minutes, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
munications between the Board and the Senate. The President indicated that he would deliver a
progress report to the Senate at either the February or March Senate meetings.
Remarks from the Chair and Related Questions
2007/2008 UBC BUDGET
President Toope gave an update on the University's budget picture for 2007/2008. While earlier
predictions were for a budget shortfall in the amount of $28 million, the amount had been revised
to $36 million. One of the reasons for this increase was the settlement of a salary grievance filed
by the Association of Administrative and Professional Staff (AAPS). The University estimated
that the settlement would entail a one-time charge of approximately $6 million and a recurring
charge of approximately $3 million. An additional reason for the increase of the budget shortfall
related to revised expectations with respect to royalty income.
The President noted that any recurring budget reductions must take place within the context of a
robust academic plan. Units would be asked to focus on one-time cuts for 2007/2008, which
would allow time for strategic planning about how to allocate cuts over the longer term. The proposal before the Board of Governors included a mix of targeted reductions and plans for increasing income.The President noted that broad community consultation was among the next steps
prior to Board approval, and that more detailed information would be available on the UBC website within the week.
In response to a question from Dr. Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe, President Toope stated that
although the University-wide hiring "chill" would soon be lifted, individual units might opt to
extend hiring restrictions as a way to absorb the one-time 2007/2008 cut.
In response to a question from Dr. Friedrichs about whether the University had reconsidered
funding for several initiatives announced at President Toope's installation, President Toope clarified that both the funding for a pilot project involving matching post-doctoral fellows with
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researchers in undergraduate classrooms and funding for the SHJNE 2010 initiative were to be
derived from the TREK Endowment. These initiatives would not draw on the University's operating budget. President Toope added that he was pleased to see some of the endowment funding
focused on research and teaching.
In response to a question from Mr. Brady about the AAPS salary grievance, President Toope
stated that a salary survey had indicated that UBC management and professional staff had been
compensated at approximately 30 percent of market value for their services, as opposed to the
desired 50 percent. President Toope noted that the survey had been conducted as part of earlier
negotiations between that University and AAPS, and that he did not have at hand details about
which markets the survey had measured.
CAMPUS 2020
President Toope noted that Mr. Geoff Plant was expected to deliver his report on the Campus
2020 planning initiative within the following several months. Consultations had been held across
the province. The President stated that the University had presented a brief as part of consultation
with The University President's Council of British Columbia (TUPC). The brief advocated for
recognition of UBC's preeminent position in the province with respect to research and teaching,
and how post-secondary education policy might best address that preeminence.
The President noted that the release of Mr. Plant's report would be an important moment for the
University as well as for the post-secondary education sector. President Toope stated that the
University was in discussion with Mr. Plant, as well as the provincial and federal governments
about appropriate funding levels.
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FACULTY OF COMMERCE & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SAUDER SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS)
President Toope was pleased to announce that the Social Science Research Network had recently
ranked the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration (also known as the Sauder School
of Business) as its Top Business School in Canada for management and research. The Faculty
was ranked eighth among internationals business schools (not including U.S. institutions).
GIFT FROM THE LAW FOUNDATION
The President was pleased to note that the University had recently received a gift in the amount
of $6 million from the Law Foundation. The $6 million grant was to contribute to a new building
to house the Faculty of Law, the Law Library, the Law Students Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)
and the British Columbia Law Institute — a public resource that focuses on law reform — and
support for other UBC Law faculty and student-led initiatives.
MUSQUEAM MEMORANDUM OF AFFILIATION
The President reported that the University and the Musqueam Indian Band Council had recently
signed an historic Memorandum of Affiliation to further the sharing of knowledge and the
advancement of Musqueam and Aboriginal youth and adults in post-secondary education. The
memorandum lays out a process to expand and create programs that encourage Aboriginal youth
to pursue post-secondary education while enhancing the relationship between the UBC and
Musqueam communities.
TRIP TO SOUTHEAST ASIA
President Toope reported that he was about to embark on his first major trip to Southeast Asia as
UBC President. He planned to visit partner universities in the region, including the National University of Singapore and Hong Kong University. The President also planned to meet with UBC
alumni and other friends of the University.
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RECIPIENTS OF HONOURARY DEGREES
President Toope announced that the following individuals had accepted the University's invitation to accept an honourary degree at an upcoming UBC convocation. The degrees were to be
conferred at a ceremony in 2007, unless otherwise noted:
Michael Bliss
Robert Davidson
David A. Dodge
Mike Harcourt
Buzz Holling
Phillip J.E. Peebles
Martha C. Piper
Joan Argetsinger Steitz (2008)
From the Board of Governors
Vice-President pro tem. Mackie confirmed that the Board of Governors had accepted the
recommendations of Senate in approving the following items.
Meeting of September 20, 2006
Curriculum proposals from the Faculties of Applied Science (School of Nursing), Commerce & Business Administration, and Medicine.
The establishment of the Technology Enabled Knowledge Translation Investigative
Centre in Health (TEKTIC).
The establishment of the James A. Moore Chair in Parkinsons Research.
The establishment of the AstraZeneca Chair in Occupational and Environmental Lung
Disease Research.
Meeting of November 15, 2006
The establishment of the College for Interdisciplinary Studies.
Curriculum proposals from the Faculty of Graduate Studies regarding changes brought
forward by the Faculties of Applied Science (School of Nursing), Arts, Education and
Pharmaceutical Sciences.
New awards.
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Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Academic Policy Committee
Committee Chair Dr. P. G. Harrison presented the report.
GREAT NORTHERN WAY CAMPUS - MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
CONCERNING ACADEMIC GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION OF DEGREE
PROGRAMS
The Committee had circulated a proposed memorandum of understanding (with three appendices) between four partner institutions and the Great Northern Way Campus. An excerpt of the
Committee's report follows.
As Senators will recall, at its 16 October 2006 meeting Senate approved in principle the
Academic Governance and Administration of Degree programs at the Great Northern
Way campus (GNWC) by the following resolution:
"The Senate approves the general principles set out in the report entitled Academic Governance and Administration of Degree Programs
with the proviso that Senate have ongoing oversight and right of
approval for all academic programs, courses, regulations, and policies applicable to students who are candidates for degrees offered in
part by the UBC at the GNWC."
This report concerns the draft Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and associated
appendices that elaborate upon those principles to provide a more defined structure for
academic programs to be offered at GNWC. The draft MOU and appendices have been
developed and circulated to representatives from each institution for informal review.
Internally, in addition to their review and recommendation by the Academic Policy
Committee, consultation has been conducted with the Committee of Deans, and the
MOU and appendices have been reviewed extensively by the Office of the Provost, the
Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Office of the University Counsel.
As Senate required ongoing oversight and approval for academic programs and policies,
this is met by the following in the MOU and appendices:
New degree programs at GNWC in which UBC participates, and any substantial changes to an existing degree program in which UBC participates, must be
approved by Senate. (See MOU Section 3.6)
Appendix 1, Policy on Admissions and Program Requirements, uses existing
Senate approved policy as a template. All admission requirements meet the
UBC minimum.
Any changes to Appendix 1, Policy on Admissions and Program Requirements, will be made, where practicable, in accordance with generally applicable policies and procedures of the 4 partner institutions. (See MOU Section
5.2b)
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Final recourse for academic appeals will be heard by the UBC Senate Committee for Appeals on Academic Standing (See MOU Section 5 2c and Appendix
2)
Final recourse for admissions appeals will be heard by the UBC Senate Admissions Committee (See MOU Section 5.2 c and Appendix 2)
Appendix 2, Code of Student Conduct and Discipline, uses existing Senate
approved UBC policy as a template.
Any changes to Appendix 2, Code of Student Conduct and Discipline, will be
made, where practicable, in accordance with generally applicable policies and
procedures of the 4 partner institutions. (See MOU Section 5.3b)
Final recourse for student conduct and discipline appeals will be heard by the
UBC Senate Committee on Student Appeals on Academic Discipline (See
MOU Section 5.3c and Appendix 2)
The Committee has received assurances that there is no negative budgetary impact for
UBC from this proposal. UBC and the other partner institutions will:
Benefit by receiving a faculty position at no cost. (See MOU Section 4.1 f).
Be reimbursed for the cost of any good or service provided to GNWC (See
MOU Section 5.9)
Approval of this MOU and appendices will enable the consideration of the Master of
Digital Media (MDM) according to UBC's standard curriculum approval process. To
date, the MDM Curriculum Proposal has been to the following bodies for review and
approval:
Approved by GNWC MDM Steering Committee in May, 2006
Approved in principle by GNWC Academic Committee in May, 2006
Approved by GNWC Academic Committee for formal consideration by academic departments at the GNWC institutions July, 2006
Reviewed by the Faculty of Arts Curriculum Committee January, 2007
Reviewed by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Curriculum Committee January,
2007
Reviewed by the Faculty of Arts Graduate Council January 2007
To be reviewed by the Graduate Council January 2007
To be considered by the Senate Curriculum Committee February 2007
To be considered by the Senate February 2007
As such, the Committee is pleased to recommend the following to Senate:
"That Senate approves the Memorandum of Understanding Concerning Academic Governance and Administration of Degree Programs and the attached Appendices 1 & 2, with the proviso that
Appendix 3, the GNWC Strategic Academic Plan, will be updated
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and return to Senate for consultation and information within 2 years
time."
NB:The Appendices to the MOU are as follows:
Appendix 1: Policy On Admissions And Program Requirements
Appendix 2: Code of Student Conduct and Discipline
Appendix 3: GNWC Strategic Academic Plan (for information)
Dr. P. G. Harrison        ~i     That Senate approves the Memorandum of
Dr. Windsor- /     Understanding Concerning Academic Governance
Liscombe and Administration of Degree Programs and the
attached Appendices 1 & 2, with the proviso that
Appendix 3, the GNWC Strategic Academic Plan,
will be updated and return to Senate for
consultation and information within 2 years time.
Carried.
Upon recognition by the Chair, Vice-President Pavlich, who was attending the meeting in his
capacity as President of Great Northern Way Campus, stated that he was confident that UBC
would be proud of the graduates of the forthcoming Master of Digital Media program. He
thanked everyone who had worked to bring the MOU forward for approval in record time, particularly those in the Dean's offices in the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Graduate Studies
and the members of the Academic Policy Committee. President Toope added his thanks on
behalf of the Senate.
Admissions Committee
Committee Chair Dr. Berger presented the reports.
CALENDAR ADMISSIONS CHANGES: BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
(SECONDARY), BACHELOR OF COMMERCE, FACULTY OF FORESTRY
The Committee had circulated proposed changes to the above-mentioned programs and Faculty.
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Admissions Committee, continued
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SECONDARY)
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Dr. Berger
Dean Tierney
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
Dr. Berger
Dr. Helsley
}
}
That Senate approve the change to Admission
requirements for applicants to the Bachelor of
Education (Secondary) program with a
concentration or major in Home Economics as
circulated.
Carried.
That Senate approve the change to
advancement requirements for students in the
Bachelor of Commerce degree program.
Carried.
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Dr. Berger
Dean Saddler
}That Senate approve the change to the
examinations and advancement requirements
for students in the Faculty of Forestry.
Discussion
Mr. Ahmed raised a concern about point 11 of the Calendar entry, which stipulated that a student
who had been required to withdraw must complete at least 12 credits of UBC-transferable post-
secondary courses at another institution. He noted that it would be difficult for upper-level students to find transferable courses, and that this might not be a reasonable expectation if the student was in difficult family, medical, or financial circumstances.
Dr. Marshall noted that standards varied across Faculties, with this proposed policy falling somewhere between the least and most stringent variations. Dr. Marshall also stated that very few
upper-level students were required to withdraw. Dr. Young stated that he was aware of several
cases where upper-level students had been required to withdraw and he agreed that it was very
difficult for these students to find transferable courses.
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Amendment
With the consent of the meeting, the first sentence of point 11 was amended to begin (addition in
bold), "Students who are required to withdraw for academic reasons from the Faculty of Forestry..."
Mr. Taddei pointed out that it might also be necessary to amend point 10 to ensure consistent use
of the terms "withdraw" and "withdraw for academic reasons." Mr. Ahmadian expressed concern about the amendment, noting that he found it difficult to identify a reason for withdrawal
that was not academic in nature. He also advocated for a less rigid policy that could be tailored
to the individual needs of students, e.g., international students.
Amendment
With the consent of the meeting, the second sentence of point 11 was amended as follows (addition in bold), "During this year, students are normally required to complete at least 12 credits..."
Motion to Refer
Ms. Eom ~i     That the proposed changes to advancement
Mr. Brady /    requirements in the Faculty of Forestry be
referred to the Admissions Committee for
further consideration.
The motion to refer
failed.
Resume Debate on Main Motion
Dr. P. G. Harrison noted that requirements in the Faculty of Science were stricter for junior students than for senior students. He suggested that the Faculty of Forestry might consider a simi-
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Admissions Committee, continued
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
larly graduated approach. Dr. Marshall indicated that he would not be opposed to further
consideration by the Admissions Committee.
By consent of the
meeting, the matter
was referred to the
Admissions
Committee.
Curriculum Committee
Please see also Appendix A: Curriculum Summary.'
Committee Chair Dr. Marshall presented the report.
FACULTIES OF ARTS, APPLIED SCIENCE, COMMERCE & BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION, FORESTRY, GRADUATE STUDIES, MEDICINE, AND
SCIENCE
Dr. Marshall
Ms. Friesen
}
That Senate approve the new and changed
courses and programs from the Faculties of
Arts, Applied Science, Commerce & Business
Administration, Forestry, Graduate Studies,
Medicine and Science as presented by the
Curriculum Committee.
Carried.
GRADUATE PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
Dr. Marshall
Dr. McKee
}
That Senate approve the revised Graduate
Program statements (Audiology and Speech
Sciences through Zoology, list not inclusive
alphabetically).
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JOINT PROGRAM IN MECHATRONICS WITH THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF
SINGAPORE
Dr. Marshall ~i     That Senate approve the joint degree program
Dean Isaacson /    in Mechatronics Design to be offered by the
Faculty of Applied Science at the University of
British Columbia and the Faculty of
Engineering at the National University of
Singapore.
DISCUSSION
In response to a question from Dr. Bluman, Dr. Marshall confirmed that the University had
already approved joint programs with institutions outside Canada.
The motion was put
and carried.
Nominating Committee
Committee Chair Dr. Windsor-Liscombe presented the reports.
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE
In order to adjust a perceived imbalance of representation when considering student appeals, the
Nominating Committee proposed that the terms of reference of the Admissions Committee be
modified to read as follows.
1. To examine and rule on applications for admission and transfer that are not clearly
resolvable under the regulations governing admission, and to review and rule on
appeals related to admission, re-admission, and transfer to the University.
2. To consider and review admissions and transfer policy. To review performance in
relation to admissions and transfer policy, and to make recommendations to Senate.
3. To review advancement requirements (Senate minutes September 14, 1994).
4. To consider and review University and faculty enrolments of new and continuing
students (Senate minutes May 20, 1998).
5. Assistant or Associate Deans are to excuse themselves from the hearing of student
appeals if the Faculty decision under appeal was one of their own Faculty.
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6.    Only Committee members who are also members of Senate may vote on motions
related to student appeals.
Dr. Windsor- ~i     That the Senate approve the revised terms of
Liscombe /    reference for the Admissions Committee.
Ms. McAllister
Carried.
PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH COMMITTEE FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF THE VICE-
PRESIDENT ACADEMIC & PROVOST
The Nominating Committee had circulated the following report for information.
This is to inform Senate that as per the powers delegated to the Nominating Committee
in November 2007 to approved changes to the composition of the Provost Search Committee and to appoint Senators to that Committee, the following has been done:
Approved Composition (additions approved by the Committee are in bold):
President (Chair)
Three members of the Board of Governors appointed by the President
Four Throe members of the Vancouver Senate, elected by the Vancouver Senate, one of whom must be a student member of the Senate
One member of faculty from the Vancouver campus without an administrative
appointment elected by the Senior Appointments Committee
•      One member from UBC Okanagan, appointed by the President
Appointments:
Dr. Perry Adebar, Faculty of Applied Science
Dr Helen Burt, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dean Gavin Stuart, Faculty of Medicine
Mr Bijan Ahmadian, Student Senator, Faculty of Applied Science
The Committee reminds Senate that it will be conducting a general review of all senior
administrative appointment policies in the upcoming term.
Respectfully submitted,
Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe, Chair
Senate Nominating Committee
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Student Awards Committee
Committee Chair Dr. Bluman presented the report.
NEW AWARDS
Please see also Appendix B: New Awards. "
Dr. Bluman ~i     That the Senate accept the new awards as listed
Dr. R Harrison /    and recommend them to the Board of Governors
for approval, and that letters of thanks be sent
to the donors.
Carried.
Tributes Committee
Committee Chair Dr. Thorne presented the report.
CANDIDATES FOR EMERITUS/EMERITA STATUS
Please see also Appendix C: Emeritus/Emerita Status.'
The Committee had circulated a list of candidates for emeritus/emerita status.
Dr. Thorne ~i     That the Senate grant emeritus/emerita status to
Ms. King /    the individuals listed, effective danuary 1, 2007,
as recommended by the Tributes Committee.
MEMORIAL MINUTE FOR DR. DAVID V BATES
The Committee had circulated the following memorial minute.
DAVID V. BATES
Dr. David V. Bates served on Senate as Dean of the Faculty of Medicine from 1972 to
1977. He was Professor Emeritus in the Department of Medicine (Respiratory) and
Department of Health Care & Epidemiology.
Dr. Bates received his medical training from Cambridge University. Prior to coming to
UBC, Dr. Bates was a Senior Lecturer in Medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital and
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the University of London, and was an Associate Dean at McGill University from 1956
to 1972.
After retiring from UBC in 1987, he continued to be a very active member of the academic community. His area of expertise included occupational and environmental medicine, specializing in respiratory disease related to air pollutants. Dr. Bates was a
recipient of many awards, including The Queen's Jubilee Medal, the Connaught Award
(Canadian Lung Association), the Trudeau Gold Medal, the Ramazzini Medal, and the
Order of Canada. The Environmental and Occupational Health assembly of the American Thoracic Society honoured Dr. Bates on the occasion of his 80th birthday by establishing the David Bates Award. This award is given annually to a research trainee in
recognition of the importance Dr. Bates placed on mentoring and supporting young
investigators.
Dr. Bates served on a number of boards and committees in the academic and scientific
communities. He was chair of the BC Royal Commission on Uranium Mining and of the
US EPA Science Advisory Board Task Force on Electromagnetic Fields. He was a
member of the Board of Environmental Studies and Toxicology, National Academy of
Sciences, USA and the Science Council of Canada.
Dr. Bates is survived by his children and grandchildren.
Dr. Thorne ~i     That the memorial minute for Dr. David V.
Principal pro tem.       /    Bates be spread on the Minutes of Senate and
Steyn that a copy be sent to the family of the deceased.
Carried.
Ad hoc Committee to Review U21 Global
Committee Chair Dr. Helsley presented the report. He summarized the University's participation
to date in both Universitas 21 (an academic consortium) and U21 Global (a joint commercial
venture involving 20 U21 member institutions). UBC had made the minimum initial investment
in U21 Global of $500 000 USD, as well as several subsequent investments.The agreement
between UBC and U21 Global was complex, and involved among other things the licensing of
the UBC crest for use on U21 Global diplomas and other documents. In return for their investment in U21 Global, partner institutions had the opportunity to participate in the market for global online education, and as a secondary consideration they could have expected a financial
return on their respective investments.
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Dr. Helsley gave an overview of U21 Global operations to date. Two online master's degrees
were available: the Master of Business Administration (launched in 2003) and the Master of
Management in Information Technology (launched in 2006). Several diplomas and certificates
were also offered. Dr. Helsley noted that the UBC crest had also been used to market other kinds
of programs, including executive education in India.
As part of it's work, the ad hoc Committee had consulted the University Counsel about whether
it was possible to withdraw from U21 Global and how that might be accomplished. The Committee determined that withdrawal was possible, but not simple. The University would attempt
to sell its shares in U21 Equity — although there was no market for these shares — and also terminate the licensing agreement. Following termination of the licensing agreement, U21 Global
would retain the right to use the UBC crest for the following three years.
The Committee had determined that, while there were benefits associated with retaining membership in Universitas 21, there appeared to be no reason to continue to participate in U21 Global. Dr. Helsley reported that there had been no involvement to date by UBC faculty in U21
Global educational activities. Furthermore, there had been no opportunity for the University to
benefit from U21 Global software, due to licensing restrictions. The initial expectation of financial return on investment had been unrealistic. While President Piper had been instrumental in
the establishment of performance standards for U21 Global, U21 Global was clearly not meeting
those standards.
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The Committee made the following recommendations:
1. That Senate recommend to the Board of Governors that if the 2006 performance
standards specified by President Piper are not met, then UBC make no further
investments in U21Global.
2. That Senate recommend to the Board of Governors that if the 2006 performance
standards specified by President Piper are not met, then UBC withdraw from
U21 Global.
3. That the ad hoc Committee for the Review of U21Global be dissolved.
Dr. Helsley ~j     That the Senate accept the recommendations of
}
Mr. Orchard S     the ad hoc Committee to Review U21 Global.
AMENDMENTS
In response to discussion, Recommendations 1 and 2 were amended to delete "if the 2006 performance standards specified by President Piper are not met, then". "With thanks" was also
appended to Recommendation 3.
In response to a question from Mr. Simpson, Dr. Helsley stated that the total cost to the University was $771 000, plus the investment of time.
Dr. MacEntee reminded Senators that he had spoken against participation in U21 Global when it
was first presented, and he urged the University to disengage itself as quickly as possible. He
expressed concern about continued use of the UBC crest, and asked whether there would be legal
recourse if the crest were to be used without permission.
President Toope indicated that he would take the Senate recommendations on this matter to the
Board of Governors at the first possible opportunity. He stated that he would report back to Senate generally, as well as specifically in response to two questions:
1. Whether all of the invested funds had come from private donations, as was the original
intent; and
2. Clarification about the continued use of the UBC crest and any recourse available to the University in response to unauthorized use.
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Ad hoc Committee to Review U21 Global, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
In response to a question from Dr. Bluman, President Toope stated that he was aware of at least
two other participating institutions that were considering withdrawal from U21 Global.
In response to a question from Mr. Simpson, Dr. Helsley confirmed that the University would not
be held liable in the case of a U21 Global bankruptcy.
The motion to
accept the amended
recommendations
was put and carried.
Report from the Vice-President, Academic & Provost
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CENTRE FOR HIP HEALTH
Vice-President pro tem. Mackie presented a proposal to establish a new Centre within the Faculty of Medicine.
Vice-President pro       ~i     That the Senate approve the establishment of
tem. Mackie /    the Centre for Hip Health in the Faculty of
Dr. McLean Medicine, effective danuary 1, 2007.
DISCUSSION
Dean Isaacson spoke in favour of the motion, but noted for the record that the establishment of
centres and institutes residing within a single Faculty did not require the approval of the Senate.
The motion was put
and carried.
Report from the University Librarian
2005/2006 REPORT OF THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN TO THE SENATE
Interim Deputy University Librarian Dr. Peter Ward delivered the 2005/2006 Report of the University Librarian to the Senate. He gave an overview of his operational role within the UBC
Library system, noting that the University Librarian remained responsible for strategic planning,
donor relations, and the development of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.
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Mnutes of January 24,2007
Report from the University Librarian, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Dr. Ward reported that he had observed significant workplace climate problems, but that there
had been significant progress toward addressing those problems. He gave an overview of the
consultative processes that had been put in place with a view to rectifying the situation.
Dr. Ward stated that the UBC Library had decided to participate in a large web-based user survey
called "LibQUAL." He invited Senators to participate.
In response to a question from Dr. Steyn, Vice-Pre si dent pro tem. Mackie reported that Ms.
Catherine Quinlan, University Librarian, was on leave and that an announcement about future
plans would follow shortly. The Vice-Pre si dent pro tem. thanked Dr. Ward for his willingness to
take on a challenging role with great diplomacy, enthusiasm, and energy. President Toope added
his personal thanks.
Dr. Windsor-Liscombe noted the central importance of the Library to the arts and humanities, as
well as to all teaching and research activities.
Report from the Associate Vice-President, Enrolment Services & Registrar
ACADEMIC YEAR 2007/2008
Mr. Silzer presented for information the term and examination dates for the 2007/2008 Academic Year.
Other Business
MS. LOIS BISHOP
Mr. Silzer noted that Ms. Lois Bishop, Academic Governance Officer, was attending her last
meeting of Senate before commencing early retirement. He thanked her for her many contributions to the Senate and to the academic governance of the University. Senators applauded.
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Mnutes of January 24,2007
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. The following regular meeting of
the Senate was scheduled to take place at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 28, 2007.
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Feb 28 2007 Item 02
APPENDIX A: CURRICULUM SUMMARY
Faculty of Applied Science
NEW JOINT PROGRAM
Joint program in Mechatronics with the National University of Singapore
NEW COURSES:
APSC 452 (3) Biomedical Equipment, Physiology, and Anatomy
APSC 456 (3) Clinical and Industrial Biomedical Engineering
CIVL 201 (3) Civil Engineering I
CIVL 202 (3) Civil Engineering II
NEW OPTIONS IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:
Nanotechnology and Microsystems
Biomedical Engineering
NEW COURSES:
EECE 300 (3) Molecules to Mechanisms
EECE 301 (2) Topics in Nanotechnology and Microsystems
EECE 400 (6) Nanotechnology and Microsystems Project
EECE 401 (3) Nanotechnology in Electronics
EECE 402 (3) Sensors and Actuators in Microsystems
EECE 403 (3) Micro/Nanofabrication and Instrumentation Laboratory
EECE 404 (3) Nanotechnology and Nature
CHANGED PROGRAM:
Engineering Physics
NEW OPTION IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
Biomedical Engineering
NEW COURSES:
MECH 305 (6) Data Analysis and Mechanical Engineering Laboratories
MECH 306 (4) Data Analysis and Mechatronics Laboratories
MECH 439 (1) Biomechanics Research
MECH 459 (6) Biomedical Design Project
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Appendix A: Curriculum Summary, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Faculty of Arts
NEW COURSES:
ASIA 356 (3) Korean Cinema
ASIA 376 (3) The Sikhs: Formations, Contexts, and Historical Development
ASIA 405 (3) The Interaction of Science, Religion, and Philosophy in East Asia
ASIA 448 (3) Narrative and Performance in South Asia
ASIA 466 (3) The History of Christianity in Asia
ASIA 476 (3-9) D Topics in Sikh and South Asian Studies
ASIA 477 (3) New Religious Movements of East Asia
ASIA 484 (3) The History of the Choson Dynasty
ASIA 485 (3) Inventing Asian Religions in the West/East Encounter
PUNJ 301 (3) Third-Year Punjabi (Part I)
PUNJ 302 (3) Third-Year Punjabi (Part II)
NEST 311 (3) Prehistoric Egypt
NEST 312 (3) Religion in Ancient Egypt
NEST 313 (3) Introduction to Middle Egyptian
SPAN 308 (3) Spanish for Business
HIST 367 (3) Europe in the Age of Enlightenment
HIST 396 (3) Environmental History of North America
HIST 467 (3) Topics in Indigenous History of the United States
HIST 486 (3) Topics in Comparative Indigenous History
MUSC 105 (1) Musicianship I
MUSC 106 (1) Musicianship II
MUSC 205 (1) Musicianship III
MUSC 206 (1) Musicianship IV
MUSC 444 (3) Establishing a Career in Music
PSYC 307 (3) Cultural Psychology
PSYC 311 (3) Psychology of Sport
PSYC 358 (3) Evolutionary Psychology
PSYC 400 (6) Clinical Psychology: A Health Profession
PSYC 407 (3) Cognition and Culture
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
PROGRAM CHANGE:
Human Resources Management option in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
NEW AND CHANGED COURSES:
COHR 301 (1.5) Critical Thinking: Values
COHR 302 (1.5) Critical Thinking: Information
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Mnutes of January 24,2007
06-07 - 92
Appendix A: Curriculum Summary, continued
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
COHR 303 (1.5) Recruiting and Selection
COHR 304 (1.5) Training and Development
COHR 305 (1.5) Compensation
COHR 306 (1.5) Performance Management
COHR 307 (1.5) Introduction to Organizational Consulting
COHR 308 (1.5) Collective Agreement Administration
COHR 309 (1.5) Collective Negotiations
COHR 310 (1.5) Industrial Relations in an Era of Globalization
COHR 311 (1.5) Organizational Analysis
COHR 401 (1.5) Organizational Change
COHR 402 (1.5) Leadership
COHR 403 (1.5) Managing Diversity
COHR 404 (1.5) Power and Politics
COHR 405 (1.5) Managing the Family Business
COHR 406 (1.5) International Human Resource Management
COHR 407 (1.5) Advanced Organizational Consulting
COHR 408 (1.5) Organizational Design
COHR 409 (1.5) Creativity and Innovation
COHR 410 (1.5) Knowledge Management
COHR 411 (1.5) Managing and Building Teams
COHR 412 (1.5) Advanced Topics in Organizational Behavior
COHR 433 (1.5) Employment Law A
COHR 434 (1.5) Employment Law B
Faculty of Forestry
NEW COURSES:
WOOD 284 (3) Sawmilling
WOOD 292 (3) Two-Dimensional and Solid Computer-Aided Graphics
CHANGED PROGRAM:
Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Conservation
Faculty of Graduate Studies
CHANGED PROGRAM:
Human Development, Learning, and Culture (formerly Development, Learning, and Culture)
Revised program statements (multiple, see full report for details)
 Vancouver Senate 06-07 - 93
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Appendix A: Curriculum Summary, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Faculty of Medicine
NEW COURSE:
INDE 400 (2) Self-directed Senior Elective
CHANGED COURSE:
INDE 453 (6) Preparation for Medical Practice
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Feb 28 2007 Item 02
APPENDIX B: NEW AWARDS
J.N. BELL Bursary: Bursaries totaling $2,750 have been endowed through a bequest by John Airdrie
Nairn Bell for students in the Faculty of Medicine. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Man-Bing Steve CHEUNG Memorial Bursary: Bursaries totalling $3,000 have been endowed by Ms.
Deine Tak-Yun Cheung in memory of Man-Bing Steve Cheung (M.A. 1967) for students in the Linguistics Department who are in need of financial assistance to continue their studies. (First awards available
for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Peter CROCKER and Linda Steinson Women's Soccer Award: A $1,200 award is offered by Peter
Crocker and Linda Steinson to a member of the Thunderbird varsity women's soccer team who demonstrates both athletic and academic leadership. The award is made on the recommendation of the President's Athletic Awards Committee. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Charlotte Froese FISCHER Student Mobility Award in Science: A $5,000 award has been endowed
by Dr. Charlotte Froese Fischer (B.A. 1952, M.A. 1954) for an undergraduate student in the Faculty of
Science who is participating in a recognized UBC exchange with a partner institution outside of Canada.
The award is open to both incoming and outgoing exchange participants. The award is made on the recommendation of the Go Global Student Mobility Program Office in consultation with the Office of Student Financial Assistance and Awards. (First award available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
GRADUATING Class of Medicine 1955 Bursary: Bursaries totalling $1,250 have been endowed by
the Graduating Class of Medicine 1955 to assist students in the M.D. Program who are in need of financial assistance. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Elsa GUARNASCHELLI Memorial Bursary: Bursaries totalling $2,500 have been endowed by Dr.
Claudio Guarnaschelli in memory of his wife, Mrs. Elsa Guarnaschelli (B.A. 1978, ML. S. 1980), who
was a librarian at the UBC Library for many years. The bursaries are awarded to students in the Master
of Library and Information Studies Program in the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies.
(First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Albert Hung Chao HONG Scholarship: Scholarships totalling $4,000 have been endowed through a
gift by Albert Hung Chao Hong administered by the University of Victoria Foundation. The awards are
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine of The University of British Columbia to outstanding M.D. students in the Island Medical Program. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter
Session)
Peter JEWESSON Graduate Scholarship in Pharmacy: Scholarships totalling $1,000 have been
endowed by friends and colleagues of Dr. Peter Jewesson (B.Sc.P 1978, Ph.D. Pharmaceutical Sciences
1986) for students in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. The awards are made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
 Vancouver Senate 06-07 - 95
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Appendix B: New Awards, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Jacobus and Frances JUTTE Memorial Scholarship: A $1,000 scholarship has been endowed by
Carol Jutte in memory of her parents, Jacobus and Frances Jutte. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music to a student taking studies in a stringed instrument. (First award available for
the 2007/08 Winter Session)
KELOWNA General Hospital Foundation Scholarship: Scholarships totalling $1,250 have been
endowed through the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation for students entering or continuing studies
in the M.D. Program after completion of one or more years of undergraduate study at The University of
British Columbia Okanagan. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
(First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Erika Nalos KURTH Scholarship in Voice: A $1,000 scholarship has been endowed by Erika Nalos
Kurth (Honors B.A. 1945 from UBC, D.Litt. Honoris Causa from the University of Victoria) for an
undergraduate student in third or fourth year, or a masters student, enrolled in vocal programs in the
School of Music. Erika Nalos Kurth was an active participant in the early musical life of UBC, a praised
vocal soloist in San Francisco, Vancouver, Victoria, and on the CBC, and continues to be a leading figure
in the arts in British Columbia. The award is made on the recommendation of the School. (First award
available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Natalie and James LOH International Student Award: Awards totalling US$30,000 are offered by
Natalie and James Loh to international undergraduate students in any year or faculty. The awards are
adjudicated on the basis of academic merit and financial need for students enrolling at UBC following
attendance at a college or university in Hong Kong, China or Singapore, with a preference for students
who graduated from Wan Yah College or St. Stephen's Girls' College, both based in Hong Kong. The
awards are made by the Office of Student Financial Assistance and Awards in consultation with the
International Student Initiatives Program. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
METHANEX Scholarship in Accounting or Finance: A $3,500 scholarship is offered by Methanex
Corporation to a third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Accounting or Finance Option of the
Bachelor of Commerce Program in the Sauder School of Business. Academic achievement is the primary criterion in evaluating candidates, although demonstrated leadership and volunteerism in campus
and community affairs may be taken into account. Scholarship recipients may be invited to apply for a
cooperative education placement or internship with Methanex. The award is made on the recommendation of the School. (First awards available for the 2006/07 Winter Session)
Joel NITIKMAN and Liny Chan Bursary in Law: Bursaries totaling $2,500 have been endowed by
Joel Nitikman (B.Sc. 1982) and Liny Chan for students in the Faculty of Law who have dependent children or otherwise need financial assistance to continue their legal studies. (First awards available for the
2007/08 Winter Session)
PERRY + Associates Scholarship in Landscape Architecture: A $6,000 scholarship is offered by
Perry + Associates to a student in the Master of Landscape Architecture Program or Master of Advanced
Studies in Landscape Architecture Program, with preference for a student entering second or third year
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Appendix B: New Awards, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
showing demonstrated excellence in design. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of
Architecture and Landscape Architecture. (First award available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
PHILLIPS Farevaag Smallenberg Service Award: A $5,000 service award is offered by Phillips Fare-
vaag Smallenberg to a student in the Master of Landscape Architecture Program who has demonstrated
leadership in advocacy for landscape architecture and related service to the community. The award is
made on the recommendation of the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. (First award
available for the 2006/07 Winter Session)
Wendy K SUTTON Graduate Scholarship in Early Childhood Literacy: Scholarships totalling
$1,000 have been endowed by Dr. Wendy K. Sutton, a specialist in children's literature and a dedicated
educator, for Education graduate students whose scholarly work advances the understanding and practice
of early childhood literacy, with priority given to those focusing on the preschool years. The awards are
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate
Studies. (First awards available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Lilian TO Memorial Graduate Scholarship: A $2,500 scholarship has been endowed by
SU.C.C.E.S.S. in memory of Lilian To (M.S.W.1979), the late CEO of S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and a renowned,
internationally recognized social worker. The scholarship recognizes and honours Lilian To's unwavering support for the welfare of immigrants and refugees. The donor's initial contribution to the endowment principal has been matched by the School of Social Work and Family Studies. The award is made
on the recommendation of the School, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies, to a graduate
student studying immigration and refugee policy and practice. (First award available for the 2007/08
Winter Session)
Audrey TYSON Bursary in Theatre: A $1,000 bursary is offered by her loving family in honour of
Audrey Tyson (B.Ed. Elementary 1983, M.F.A. in Theatre 1994) for a student in Theatre who is in need
of financial assistance to continue their studies. Audrey Tyson emigrated from England in 1953, was
widowed and thereafter raised eight children on a Canadian Armed Forces pension whilst pursuing her
degrees. Founder and Director of Masques Theatre in Victoria, B.C., Audrey is the recipient of awards
for Direction and Performance at the B.C. Seniors Games (1998-2005) and was nominated in 2002 for a
B.C. Woman of Distinction Award for her inspirational contribution to senior and youth theatre. (First
award available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Hari VARSHNEY MBA Entrance Scholarship: A scholarship equal to one-half tuition is offered to
students in the MBA Program who demonstrate exceptional aptitude and academic excellence. Preference is given to international students. The award is made on the recommendation of the Sauder School
of Business. (First award available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Madhu VARSHNEY MBA Entrance Scholarship: A scholarship equal to one-half tuition is offered to
students in the MBA Program who demonstrate exceptional aptitude and academic excellence. Preference is given to international students. The award is made on the recommendation of the Sauder School
of Business. (First award available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
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Appendix B: New Awards, continued Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Stephen J.A. WARD Prize in Journalism Ethics: A $600 prize is offered by alumnus, Liam Mitchell
(M.J. 2003), in honour of Stephen J.A. Ward, founding professor of ethics at the School of Journalism.
The prize is awarded to a student in the graduating class in Journalism who has produced the best final
essay in the Journalism Ethics course (JRNL 533B). The award is made on the recommendation of the
School. (First award available for the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Robert N. and Patricia YOUNG Scholarship: Scholarships totalling $1,250 have been endowed
through a gift by Robert and Patricia Young administered by the University of Victoria Foundation. The
scholarships are offered annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine at The University
of British Columbia to outstanding M.D. students in the Island Medical Program, with preference for
students who have graduated from a secondary school on Vancouver Island. (First awards available for
the 2007/08 Winter Session)
Previously-Approved Awards With Changes in Terms or Funding Source:
None.
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Mnutes of January 24,2007
06-07 - 98
APPENDIX C: EMERITUS/EMERITA STATUS
Feb 28 2007 Item 02
Faculty Members Eligible for Emeritus Status
Retirements December 31, 2006
Last Name
First Name
Department
Gender
Title
Aklujkar
AshokN
Asian Studies
M
Professor
Barrett
Anthony A
Classical, Nr.Estrn&Relign Std
M
Professor
Benedet
John L
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
M
Professor
Boshier
Roger W
Dept of Educational Studies
M
Professor
Boyd
David W
Mathematics
M
Professor
Breen
David Henry
History
M
Professor
Casselman
William A
Mathematics
M
Professor
Clarke
Garry KC
Earth and Ocean Sciences
M
Professor
Diewert
WErwin
Economics
M
Professor
Durbach
Errol
Theatre,Film&C Writg (Theatre)
M
Professor
Echols
Frank H
Dept of Educational Studies
M
Associate Professor
Hakstian
Arthur R
Psychology
M
Professor
Harris
Muriel Joyce
Medical Genetics
F
Associate Professor
Lary
Diana C M
History
F
Professor
Myers
Judith H
Agroecology
F
Professor
Oke
Timothy R
Geography
M
Professor
Oliveira
Luis A F
Botany
M
Associate Professor
Parsons
Robert R
Physics & Astronomy
M
Professor
Raoul
Valerie A
French,Hispanic & Italian Std
F
Professor
Ray
Arthur J
History
M
Professor
Schreier
Hanspeter
Agroecology
M
Professor
Sjerve
Denis K
Mathematics
M
Professor
Smith
Allan CL
History
M
Associate Professor
Tredwell
Stephen J
Orthopaedics
M
Professor
Van Der Kamp
Bart J
Forest Sciences
M
Professor
Yuille
JohnC
Psychology
M
Professor
Zaenker
Karl A
Ctrl,Estrn,Nrthrn Europe Stud.
M
Associate Professor

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