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 a place Of mind Vancouver Senate
www.senate.ubc.ca
THE  UNIVER5ITY0F BRITISH COLUMBIA
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF 14 DECEMBER 2011
Attendance
Present: Mr S. Heisler (Vice-Chair), Mr J. Ridge (Secretary), Mr T. Ahmed, Dr R. Anstee, Dr K.
Baimbridge, Dr J. Belanger, Ms E. Biddlecombe, Mr R. Bredin, Mr T. Brennan, Principal H.
Brock, Dr G. Chapman, Dr P. Choi, Prof. B. Craig, Ms C. Dickson, Dr W. Dunford, Dr D. Farrar
(Provost and Vice-President, Academic), Mr D. Fernandez, Dean B. Frank, Prof. B. Goold, Dr S.
Grayston, Mr I. Habib, Mr S. Haffey, Rev. Dr M. Hagemoen, Dr E. Hall, Dr P. Harrison, Dr U.
Kumar, Dr P. Loewen, Dr B. MacDougall, Dr W. McKee, Dr D. O'Donoghue, Dr K. Patterson,
Dean S. Peacock, Dr N. Perry, Dr J. Plessis, Dean pro tern. S. Porter, Mr S. Rasmussen, Dr R.
Reid, Mr C. Roach, Ms T. Rosseel, Mr D. Simunic, Dr S. Singh, Dr R. Sparks, Ms S. Sterling, Dr
L. Walker, Dr R. Windsor-Liscombe, Dr R. Winter, Mr J. Yang.
Regrets: Dean G. Averill, Dean M.A. Bobinski, Dr L. Burr, Ms C. Changfoot, Mr B. Craig, Ms L.
Eccott, Rev. Dr S. Farris, Mr T. Gibson, Mr F. Grajales, Dr W. Hall, Dean J. Innes, Dean M.
Isman, Dr A. Ivanov, Dr S. Knight, Dr B.S. Lalli, Dr D. Lehman, Mr J. Leung, Dr P. Leung, Dr P.
Marshall, Ms S. Marzara, Mr W. McNulty, Ms S. Morgan-Silvester (Chancellor), Dean D.
Muzyka, Dr L. Nasmith, Dr I. Parent, Mr R. Parhar, Dr A. Riseman, Dr L. Rucker, Ms N.
Seyednejad, Dean C. Shuler, Mr A. Sihota, Dean R. Sindelar, Dr B. Stelck, Dean G. Stuart, Mr M.
Thom, Prof. S.J. Toope (President and Chair), Mr K. Truong, Mr D. Verma, Dr M. Vessey, Dr R.
Wilson.
Guests: Ms C. Lin
Recording Secretary: Mr C. Eaton.
Call to Order
The Vice-Chair welcomed the Senate to the fourth regular meeting of the 2011/12
Academic Year. He apologized for the brevity of the agenda, noting that two
presentations were withdrawn after the agenda was prepared.
Senate Membership
The Secretary welcomed Mr Christopher Roach, Student Representative for the College
for Interdisciplinary Studies, to Senate.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Richard Anstee l        That the Minutes of the Meeting of 16
Kenneth Baimbridge J        November 2011 be adopted as presented.
Vol. 2011/12 11/12-49
 Vancouver Senate 11/12-50
Minutes of 14 December 2011
Approved.
From the Board of Governors
The Vice-Chair confirmed that the following items approved by the Vancouver Senate
were subsequently approved by the Board of Governors as required under the University
Act:
Senate Meeting of November 16, 2011
Curriculum proposals from the Faculties of Graduate Studies (Arts, Education,
Medicine) and Law
New Programs from the Faculty of Graduate Studies (Forestry), Master of
International Forestry (M.I.F.) and Master of Sustainable Forest Management
(M.S.F.M.)
Student Awards
The Vice-Chair noted that the Senate and Board of Governors committee chairs had
recently met to discuss the University's budget.
Admissions Committee
See Appendix A: Admissions Summary
The Committee Chair, Dr Richard Anstee, presented.
Richard Anstee l        That Senate approve the revised calendar entry
Robert Sparks J        on admission for applicants to the Bachelor of
Education program, effective for the 2012
Winter Session and thereafter;
That Senate approve the revised calendar entry
on application and document deadlines for
applicants to the Bachelor of Music program,
effective for entry to the 2012 Winter Session
and thereafter; and
That Senate approve changes in admission
requirements for applicants following the
BC/Yukon secondary school curriculum,
effective for admission to the 2012 Winter
Session and thereafter.
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Senator Belanger asked for details with regard to the deletion of the 2-year elementary
program for the Bachelor of Education, noting that many schools had kept these
programs.
Senator Anstee noted that his committee focused on admissions considerations,
and the formal deletion of the program was the responsibility of the Curriculum
Committee.
Dean Frank replied that this change was to bring UBC more into line with other
provinces and other Education programs in BC, where 12 or 14 month programs
are the norm. Of the nine Education programs in BC all others have 12 month
programs.
Approved.
Curriculum Committee
See Appendix B: Curriculum Summary
Dr William McKee presented on behalf of the committee chair, Dr Peter Marshall. In
noting that this month's proposal was 82 pages long, he apologized for the Committee's
brevity.
William McKee l        That the new courses and program changes
Darran Fernandez J        brought forward by the Faculties of Applied
Science, Arts, Graduate Studies (Applied
Science, Arts, College for Interdisciplinary
Studies, Education, Forestry, Land and Food
Systems, Medicine, and Science) and Science be
approved.
Senator McKee explained the rationale for each Faculty's proposals.
By general consent, the proposal from the Faculty of Arts was amended as follows:
Under the "Bachelor of Arts program requirements", to add a new third bullet to read
"Students in Mathematics or Computer Science majors or honours programs may be
granted a further relaxation of the Arts credit requirement (up to a maximum of 6
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credits) by the Faculty of Arts on the recommendation of the Department(s). Requests
must be made before course registration."
Approved as
amended.
Nominating Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe, presented.
Rhodri Windsor-
Liscombe
Erin Biddlecombe
That Senate appoint Mr Sean Heisler, Dr
Darrin Lehman, and Dr Louise Nasmith to the
President's Advisory Committee for the
extension of the appointment of the Provost
and Vice-President Academic;
Approved.
Rhodri Windsor-
Liscombe
Shannon Sterling
That Senate appoint Dr. Joe Belanger, Dr.
Katharine Patterson, Mr. Des Verma, and Mr.
Justin Yang to the President's Advisory
Committee for the selection of a Vice-Provost
and Associate Vice-President Academic
Facilities and Enrolment; and
Approved.
Rhodri Windsor-
Liscombe
Sally Thorne
That Senate approve the revisions to the
membership of Committees of Senate as
presented.
Approved.
Student Awards Committee
See Appendix C: Awards Summary
Dr Sue Grayston presented on behalf of Dr Brian Stelck, the committee chair.
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Sue Grayston
Richard Anstee
That Senate accept the awards as listed and
forward them to the Board of Governors for
approval; and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Senator Loewen asked about the lack of dollar amounts specified for some new graduate
awards.
Senator Grayston replied that they were funded internally from the Faculty of
Graduate Studies using approximately $50 000 in internal funding.
Tributes Committee
See appendix D
Approved.
EMERITUS STATUS
Sally Thorne
Rhodri Windsor-
Liscombe
That the attached list of individuals for
emeritus status - with the addition of - Dr Chi
Yu Gregory Lee as Professor Emeritus of
Obstetrics and Gynaecology - be approved
and that, pursuant to section 9(2) of the
University Act, all persons with the ranks of
Professors Emeritus, Associate Professors
Emeritus, Assistant Professors Emeritus,
Senior Instructors Emeritus, Instructors
Emeritus, General Librarians Emeritus
Administrative Librarians Emeritus, and
Program Directors emeritus be added to the
Roll of Convocation.
Senator Belanger noted that the proposed rank for Dr De Haan was in error; by general
consent the proposal was amended as follows
That the rank for Dr De Haan be specified as Assistant Professor Emeritus of
Medicine.
In response to a question from Senator Belanger, Dr Thorne explained the bases of
awarding emeritus status at UBC.
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Approved as
amended.
Report from the Provost
CHANGE OF NAME FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF EARTH AND OCEAN SCIENCES TO
THE DEPARTMENT OF EARTH, OCEAN, AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
David Farrar
Philip Loewen
That Senate approve the change of name from
the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences
to the Department of Earth, Ocean, and
Atmospheric Sciences, effective 1 April 2012.
Approved.
Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.
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Appendix A
ADMISSIONS SUMMARY
Faculty of Education
Change to Bachelor of Education to delete 2-year option admission requirements.
Faculty of Arts
Change to Bachelor of Music admission dates and ancillary information
Addition of the following first nations languages to list of suitable grade 11 languages for
admission to undergraduate direct-entry programs: Halq'emeylem, Heiltsuk,
Hul'q'umi'num', Kwak'wala, Liqwala/Kwakwala, nsiylxcan, NtePkepmxcin,
Secwepemctsin (Shuswap), Shashishalhem (Sechelt Language), Sim'algaxhl Nisga'a,
Tsek'ene, and Upper St'at'imcets.
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Appendix B
CURRICULUM SUMMARY
Faculty of Applied Science
Program Changes
Bachelor of Applied Science > Electrical and Computer Engineering > Electrical
Engineering Third Year Bachelor of Applied Science > Electrical and Computer
Engineering > Electrical Engineering > Biomedical Engineering Option Third Year
Bachelor of Applied Science > Electrical and Computer Engineering > Electrical
Engineering > Electrical Energy Systems Option Third Year Bachelor of Applied
Science > Electrical and Computer Engineering > Electrical Engineering >
Nanotechnology and Microsystems Option Third Year
Bachelor of Applied Science > Electrical and Computer Engineering > Computer
Engineering > Software Engineering Option Third Year Bachelor of Applied Science >
Electrical and Computer Engineering > Computer Engineering Third Year
New Courses
EECE 309 (4)
EECE 362 (3)
EECE 380 (4)
EECE 381 (5)
Faculty of Arts
Program Changes
Bachelor of Arts > Program Requirements Bachelor of Arts > Dual Degree Program in
Arts and Applied Science
Bachelor of Arts > Environment and Society Bachelor of Arts > Interdisciplinary
Studies
Bachelor of Arts > Academic Regulations > Outside Credits
New Courses
ANTH333 (3)
ASIA 211 (3)
ASIA 212 (3)
ASIA 331 (3)
ASIA 334 (3)
ASIA 362 (3/6) D
CLST260(3)
ECON468(3/6)D
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ECON482(3)
ENGL 231 (3)
GEOG220(3)
POLI110(3)
SOCI220(3)
SOCI285(3)
FIPR230(3)
Faculty of Graduate Studies
New and Changed Courses
EECE 534 (3)
NEST 505 (3)
POLI517(3)
PSYC549(18)
PLAN 517 (3)
PLAN 519 (3/6)D
PLAN 542 (3)
RMES501 (3)
RMES505 (3)
RMES506(3)
RMES508 (3)
RMES510(3)
EDCP 569 (3)
EDCP532(3)
FRST 501 (3)
FOOD 515 (3)
SPPH547(3)
MATH 559 (3)
New Subject Code
PHTH - Physical Therapy
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Appendix C
AWARDS SUMMARY
ABORIGINAL Major Entrance Scholarship - The University of British Columbia
offers two renewable scholarships of $5,000 each to Canadian Aboriginal students of
academic distinction entering an undergraduate program from secondary school. A
candidate's eligibility is primarily based on their character and leadership qualities as
demonstrated by significant contributions they have made to the community. Subject
to continued scholarship standing, the awards are renewed for a further three years of
study or until the first undergraduate degree is obtained (whichever is the shorter
period). (First Award Available in the 2012/13 Winter Session)
ABORIGINAL Transfer Scholarship - Entrance scholarships valued at $2,500 each
are available to eligible Canadian Aboriginal students transferring into the Bachelor of
Arts program in the Faculty of Arts at UBC from Langara College. To be eligible for
this scholarship, Aboriginal students must meet the University's admission
requirements under the UBC-Langara Aboriginal Transfer Program, have attained an
average at the point of admission to UBC of B+ or higher (3.66 on Langara grade
scale) and register in a minimum of 24 credits during the upcoming Winter session.
(First award available in the 2013/14 Winter Session)
ABORIGINAL Transfer Award - Awards ranging in value from $1,500 to $2,500 are
available to continuing eligible Canadian Aboriginal students who were admitted to
the Bachelor of Arts program in the Faculty of Arts at UBC under the UBC-Langara
Aboriginal Transfer Program and are involved in community service learning through
the Program. Awards are made on the recommendation of the First Nations House of
Learning and the Faculty of Arts. (First award available in the 2014/15 Winter
Session)
Master of ARCHITECTURE Awards - Merit/Needs based awards in the Master of
Architecture are offered to domestic and international students who are registered full-
time in the Master of Architecture degree program at The University of British
Columbia. The funding may be given as entrance awards, multi-year funding awards,
tuition awards, or scholarship top-up awards. Awards are made on the
recommendation of the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. These awards may be given out as
merit or needs based or a combination of both. (First Award Available for the
2011/12 Winter Session)
Terry EASTWOOD SLAIS Award - One award of $1,000 is offered to a student upon
completion of the first year Master of Archival Studies Program or Joint MAS/MLIS
program in the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies who demonstrates
scholarly excellence and leadership promise. Professor Terry Eastwood was the first
professor hired to teach in the Master of Archival Studies Program and served as
Chair of the Program from 1981 until June 2000. As Interim Director, Chair of
Program, teacher and mentor he was a tireless advocate of archival education and as
such has been recognized nationally and internationally. Recommendations are made
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by SLAIS in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First Award Available
in the 2011/12Winter Session)
GLOBALINK Graduate Fellowships - Funded by the Graduate Support Initiative,
awards valued up to $10,000, to a maximum of ten awards per year, are offered to
international students who are graduates of the Globalink MITACS program in India
and who are registered full-time in PhD, DMA, and Master's (except full cost-
recovery) degree programs at The University of British Columbia. The funding may be
given as entrance awards, multi-year funding awards, tuition awards, or scholarship
top-up awards. Awards are made on the recommendation of Faculties or graduate
programs in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First Award Available
in the 2011/12 Winter Session)
GRADUATE Global Leadership Fellowships - Fellowships of $16,000 each plus
tuition are available to full-time PhD students during the first four years of their PhD
program to enable promising leaders from developing countries to pursue graduate
studies at UBC. They are to support doctoral study for international students showing
outstanding leadership in humanitarian and development work in their home country.
Fellowships may be held for up to four years subject to satisfactory academic progress.
Students should contact their graduate program for further information.
Recommendations are made by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (First Award
Available in the 2011/12 Winter Session)
Master of JOURNALISM Awards - Merit/Needs based awards are offered to domestic
and international students who are registered full-time in the Master of Journalism
degree program at The University of British Columbia. The funding may be given as
entrance awards, multi-year funding awards, tuition awards, or scholarship top-up
awards. Awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Journalism in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. These awards may be given out as
merit or needs based or a combination of both. (First Award Available for the
2011/12 Winter Session)
Master of LANDSCAPE Architecture Awards - Merit/Needs based awards in the
Master of Landscape Architecture and the Master of Advanced Studies in Landscape
Architecture are offered to domestic and international students who are registered full-
time in the MLA or MASLA degree programs at The University of British Columbia.
The funding may be given as entrance awards, multi-year funding awards, tuition
awards, or scholarship top-up awards. Awards are made on the recommendation the
School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate Studies. These awards may be given out as merit or needs based or a
combination of both. (First Award Available for the 2011/12 Winter Session)
Andrew NORD Fellowships in Rheumatology - Fellowships totalling $20,000 have
been endowed through a bequest from the Estate of Andrew Nord. Andrew Nord
suffered from the effects of arthritis from the age of 15 and the goal for his bequest is
"to prevent the disease from its devastating onslaught, to find better ways to live with
the disease, and to find the cause, leading to a cure once and for all." Doctoral
students engaged in rheumatology research in any faculty at UBC are eligible to apply
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for the fellowships. Recommendations are made by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(First Award Available in the 2012/13 Winter Session)
QUADRA FNX Mining Scholarship in Mining and Geological Engineering - A $3,000
scholarship is offered to a student in 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of an undergraduate degree
program in mining or geological engineering. Recipients will be selected on the basis
of academic achievement and demonstrated leadership. The recipient may have the
opportunity to hold a Summer Internship with Quadra FNX Mining Ltd. at one of the
Sudbury mines. Recommendation is made by the Department of Mining and
Geological Engineering. (First Award Available in the 2011/12 Winter Session)
QUADRA FNX Mining Ltd. Scholarship in Geosciences - A $3,000 scholarship is
offered to a student in 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of either a geology or mining related
program within Geosciences. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic
achievement and demonstrated leadership. Recommendation is made by the Faculty of
Science. (First Award Available for the 2011/12 Winter Session)
Ranjeet (Ron) and Jas SANGARA Award for Entrepreneurship - An annual award of
$1,000 is offered by Ranjeet (Ron) and Jas Sangara to an undergraduate student
enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program at the Sauder School of Business. This
award is made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business to a student
in a good academic standing who has demonstrated an interest in entrepreneurship.
Preference will be given to a student who has demonstrated an interest in forestry.
Recommendation is made by the Sauder School of Business. (First Award Available in
the 2012/13 Winter Session)
Master of SOFTWARE SYSTEMS - Merit/Needs based awards are offered to
domestic and international students who are registered full-time in the Master of
Software Systems degree program at The University of British Columbia. The funding
may be given as entrance awards, multi-year funding awards, tuition awards, or
scholarship top-up awards. Awards are made on the recommendation of the Master of
Software Systems graduate program in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate
Studies. These awards may be given out as merit or needs based or a combination of
both. (First Award Available for the 2011/12 Winter Session)
SOUTHERN INTERIOR Development Initiative Trust Southern Medical Program
Bursary - Bursaries ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 to a maximum of $25,000 are
offered by the Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust to undergraduate
students enrolled in the Southern Medical Program at the University of British
Columbia. Preference is given to a student or students from the Southern Interior
region of BC. Recommendations are made by the Office of Student Financial
Assistance and Awards. (First Award Available for the 2011/12 Winter Session)
PREVIOUSLY-APPROVED AWARDS WITH CHANGES IN TERMS OR FUNDING SOURCE:
Dr. Morton DODEK Award in Family Practice - A $1,000 award has been endowed
to a resident in the Department of Family Practice who demonstrates care,
compassion, and competency. The award was created by Dr. Arthur and Judith Dodek
in honor of Dr. Morton Dodek, a graduate of UBC's first medical class in 1954 who
spent many years as a full service family physician and exemplified commitment to
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family medicine. The award is made on the recommendation of the Director of the
Family Practice Residency Program in the Faculty of Medicine.
How Amended: An annual award that is moving to being endowed.
Lieutenant James Douglas HAMILTON Prize - A book prize of approximately $250
in memory of Lieutenant James Douglas Hamilton, a graduate in Physical Education
and former member of the C.O.T.C. of this University, who on April 13, 1952 was
killed in action in Korea, is offered by the Kinesiology Alumni and Undergraduate
Societies. The award is open to third-year students in the Physical and Health
Education Program showing academic and physical proficiency in the program. The
prize is made on the recommendation of the School.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics Alumni and Undergraduate Societies with
Kinesiology Alumni and Undergraduate Societies.
INTERNATIONAL Entrance Scholarship in Kinesiology - Two scholarships of
$1,000 each are offered by the School of Kinesiology to international students entering
the Bachelor of Kinesiology program. The awards are made primarily on the basis of
the students' scholarly achievement, with preference given to students who
demonstrate strong leadership abilities and community involvement. The awards are
made on the recommendation of the School of Kinesiology.
How Amended: The School of Kinesiology requested approval to rename and vary
endowments with deeds and terms of reference to reflect the change of the name of the
School. The original award name has been changed from International Entrance
Scholarship in Human Kinetics to International Entrance Scholarship in Kinesiology.
INTERNATIONAL Tuition Award from International Partial Tuition Scholarship -
Tuition scholarships of up to $3,200 are offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies to
international graduate students in research-oriented programs. The awards are made
by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
How Amended: Award value and Name change from International Partial Tuition
Scholarship to International Tuition Award from International Partial Tuition
Scholarship.
Mary ISDALE Memorial Scholarship - A $350 scholarship is offered to a student who
achieves high academic standing in the third year of any field of study. Consideration
is given to eligible students who, over a period of years, have demonstrated particular
interest in highland dancing, Scottish country dancing, piping or drumming. The
award is made on the recommendation of the School of Kinesiology.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology.
KINESIOLOGY Faculty Scholarships - One or more scholarships totalling
approximately $2,100 have been endowed by donations from the School of
Kinesiology faculty, past and present. The scholarships are awarded to undergraduate
students in the Bachelor of Kinesiology degree program who have displayed academic
achievement, leadership, or competency in their field of specialization. The
scholarships are made on the recommendation of the School.
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How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology.
KINESIOLOGY Undergraduate Society Prize - These prizes have been initiated by
members of the Kinesiology Undergraduate Society and are intended to recognize
students who have made unselfish contributions to student and faculty life. These
prizes in the amount of approximately $250 will be awarded annually to students in
third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Kinesiology degree program, who have
maintained a high overall academic average and have demonstrated leadership
qualities through extra- curricular activities within the field of Kinesiology. Reference
letters by professionals in the field should support the application. The prizes will be
made on the recommendation of the School in consultation with the Kinesiology
Undergraduate Society.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology.
William B. MCNULTY Kinesiology Scholarship - Two $500 scholarships have been
made available by William B. McNulty, B.P.E. '68, M.P.E. '70, M.A. '83. The awards
are made to students entering the second, third or fourth year who have combined
academic excellence with an outstanding contribution in student or community affairs.
Emphasis is put upon "service above self". One award is made to a male student, the
other to a female student. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School
of Kinesiology.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology.
J. J. MCRAE Memorial Prize - A $400 prize, endowed by Mrs. Robert F. Osborne in
memory of her father, J. J. McRae, is awarded to a student in second or third year of
the Physical Education option of the Bachelor of Kinesiology degree program with
general academic proficiency who has made a contribution to youth work. Special
consideration is given to a student who has worked with the blind or other
handicapped groups.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology.
Leonard OSBORNE Memorial Prize - A $450 prize, endowed by Robert F. Osborne
in memory of his father J. Leonard Osborne, is awarded to a student in the second or
third year of the Physical Education option of the Bachelor of Kinesiology degree
program with general academic proficiency, who has demonstrated expertise and
leadership in the field of coaching.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology
R. F. OSBORNE Prize - A prize of approximately $400, in recognition of Robert F.
Osborne's long and dedicated service to Physical Education, is awarded to a student in
the Bachelor of Kinesiology degree program, with general academic proficiency,
leadership and service in the field of Physical and Health Education. The prize is made
on the recommendation of the School.
How Amended: Replace Human Kinetics with Kinesiology
Robert F. OSBORNE Memorial Award in Kinesiology - A $2,975 award has been
endowed in memory of Dr. Robert F. Osborne's outstanding service as coach, teacher
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and administrator during his 33 years as a faculty member at UBC, 27 of them as
Director of the School of Physical Education and Recreation. The award is available to
undergraduate students entering the final year of the Bachelor of Kinesiology who
have exhibited excellence in academics, athletics, and service in sport and recreation.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Kinesiology.
How Amended: The School of Kinesiology requested approval to rename and vary
endowments with deeds and terms of reference to reflect the change of the name of the
School. The original award name has been changed from Robert F. Osborne
Memorial Award in Human Kinetics to Robert F. Osborne Memorial Award in
Kinesiology.
PHILLIPS Farevaag Smallenberg Entrance Award - A $2,000 award is offered by
Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg to a student entering the Master of Landscape
Architecture Program who has demonstrated leadership in advocacy for landscape
architecture and related service to the community. Due consideration will be given to
the financial need of the student selected. The award is made on the recommendation
of the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
How Amended: Removed 'service' and replaced it with 'entrance' and increased the
award to offer $2000 as per the donor's wish.
Barbara SCHRODT Award in Kinesiology - A $375 award has been endowed by
Barbara Schrodt for an undergraduate student entering the second, third or fourth
year in the School of Kinesiology, with preference for a student who has been an
outstanding playing member of a women's field hockey team at UBC and is taking
courses related to teaching physical and health education. If, in any year, there is no
student who fulfills the preferred criteria, the award is given to a student who is an
outstanding playing member on any women's athletics team. The award is made on
the recommendation of the School in consultation with the Intercollegiate
Coordinator, Department of Athletics.
How Amended: The School of Kinesiology requested approval to rename and vary
endowments with deeds and terms of reference to reflect the change of the name of the
School. The original award name has been changed from Barbara Schrodt Award in
Human Kinetics to Barbara Schrodt Award in Kinesiology.
Robert W. SCHUTZ Faculty Prize in Kinesiology - A medal and $200 prize, made
available by the faculty of the School of Kinesiology, is awarded to the head of the
graduating class for the Bachelor of Kinesiology.
How Amended: Certain endowments for the School were created before UBC adopted
its policy that all endowments be documented with standard form documentation
approved by the Office of the University Counsel. The School requested approval to
rename and vary endowments without deeds or terms of reference to reflect the
change of name of the School. The original award name has been changed from
Robert W. Schutz Faculty Prize in Humans Kinetics to Robert W. Schutz Faculty Prize
in Kinesiology.
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Janie and Hector WRIGHT Memorial Scholarship - A $650 scholarship has been
endowed by Janie D. Wright BPE '56, in memory of her parents. The award is offered
to an undergraduate student in Kinesiology and is made on the recommendation of the
School.
How Amended: The School of Kinesiology requested approval to rename and vary
endowments with deeds and terms of reference to reflect the change of the name of the
School.
Captain C. Y. WU Scholarship in Kinesiology - A $475 scholarship is offered by
Captain C. Y. Wu and Dr. C. H. Wu, to a third or fourth year student in the BKin
degree program who has demonstrated an interest in aquatic coaching or
management. Preference is given to a student with a background in an aquatic centre.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Kinesiology, in
consultation with the Manager of the UBC Aquatic Centre.
How Amended: The School requested approval to rename and vary endowments
without deeds or terms of reference to refect the change of name of the School. The
original award name has been changed from Captain C. Y. Wu Scholarship in
Humans Kinetics to Captain C.Y. Wu Scholarship in Kinesiology.
 Vancouver Senate
Minutes of 14 December 2011
11/12-65
Appendix D
EMERITUS STATUS
Last Name
First Name
Emeritus Title
Armstrong
Robert W.
Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Bomke
Arthur A.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Applied Biology
Butler
Gregory
Professor Emeritus of Music
Cheng
Kimberly M.
Professor Emeritus of Applied Biology
Curry
M. Ann
Professor Emeritus of Library, Archival and Information
Studies
De Haan
Marie
Jeannette
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Dorcey
Anthony H.
Professor Emeritus of Community and Regional Planning
Evans
Barbara
Dean Emeritus of Graduate Studies
Ferguson
Alexander
Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Fraser
Joan
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Paediatrics
Friesen
Margaret E.
Administrative Librarian Emeritus
Hawkes
Mary Beth
Program Director Emeritus of Continuing Studies
Mauzy
Diane
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Pakalnis
Rimas C.T.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Mining Engineering
Perry
Gloria Lee
General Librarian Emeritus
Piper
William E.
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry
Pulfrey
David L.
Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Rees
William E.
Professor Emeritus of Community and Regional Planning
Rolfsen
Dale Preston
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
Stapells
David R.
Professor Emeritus of Audiology and Speech Sciences
Stephenson
Catherine
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology,
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Stiver
Grant
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Swenerton
Jean
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology,
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Wadsworth
Louis
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pathology
Ward
W. Peter
Professor Emeritus of History
Williams
Geoffrey
Professor Emeritus of Language and Literacy Education
Zis
Anastasiou
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry

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