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 aplaceofmind Vancouver Senate
www.senate.ubc.ca
THE  UNIVERSITYOF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF 17 SEPTEMBER 2014
Attendance
Present: Prof. A Gupta (Chair), Dr. P. Adebar, Mr T. Ahmed, Dr R. Anstee, Dean G. Averill, Dr S. Avramidis, Mr
A. Bailey, Dr K. Baimbridge, Ms E. Biddlecombe, Dr L. Burr, Mr Colin Chan, Ms Collyn Chan, Dr P. Choi, Prof.
B. Craig, Ms A. Daulat, Dr. A. Dulay, Dr W. Dunford, Dr D. Farrar, Dr S. Forwell, Dean B. Frank, Ms B.
Gershkovitch, Dr D. Gillen, Dr C. Godwin, Prof. B. Goold, Chancellor L. Gordon, Prof. I. Grant, Mr S. Gurm, Mr S.
Haffey, Dr P. Harrison, Dr A. Ivanov, Mrs C. Jaeger, Ms J. Jagdeo, Ms N. Karimi, Dr PA. Keown, Ms A. Kessler,
Ms E. Kuo, Mr H. Leong, Dr P. Loewen, Ms M. Maleki, Dr CW. Marshall, Dr P. Marshall, Dr B. McNulty, Dr P.
Meehan, Ms N. Mohd Yahya, Mr D. Munro, Dr C. Nislow, Dr I. Parent, Dean M. Parlange, Dean S. Peacock, Dr N.
Perry, Dr G. Peterson, Dr J. Plessis, Dean S. Porter, Dr A. Riseman, Mr C. Roach Dr K Ross (Registrar), Dr L.
Rucker, Dr C. Ruitenberg, DrB. Sawatsky, Prof. T Schneider, Dean C. Shuler, Dr S. Singh, DrR. Sparks, DrR.
Tees, Dr K. Thieme, Dr L. Walker, Mr D. Xu, Mr E. Zhao
Regrets: Mr G. Beales, Dean M.A. Bobinski, DeanM. Coughtrie, Dr. J.H.V Gilbert, DrF. Granot, DeanR.
Helsley, Dean J. Innes, Dean. M Isman, Dr S.B. Knight, Dr B. Lalli, Dr L. Nasmith, Dr C. Naus, Ms S. Sterling, Dr
S. Thorne, The Rev. Dr R. Topping, Dr R. Wilson, Dr D. Witt.
Recording Secretary: Mr C. Eaton.
Call to Order
The Chair of Senate, Professor Arvind Gupta called the first regular meeting of the Vancouver
Senate for the 2014/2014 academic year to order at 6:07 pm.
Senate Membership
The Provost, Dr David Farrar, introduced Chancellor Lindsay Gordon and President & Vice-
Chancellor Arvind Gupta to Senate.
The Chancellor spoke briefly, expressing his hope to learn from and add value to
Senate's deliberations.
The Registrar introduced the remaining members of Senate.
The Registrar announced that the following persons, having been nominated, were acclaimed as
elected to the Senate Nominating Committee:
Perry Adebar, Applied Science
Haymen Leong, Convocation
William Dunford, Applied Science
Thomas Schneider, Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies
Robert E Sparks, Education (Kinesiology)
Sally Thorne, Applied Science (Nursing)
Peter Marshall, Forestry
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Richard Tees, Convocation
Mona Maleki, Student
Cole Leonoff, Student
Agenda Committee
Dr Paul Harrison presented on behalf of the Senate Agenda Committee.
Paul Harrison
Richard Tees
}        That Senate amend the Rules and Procedures of
Senate by the addition of a new section 10 as
follows:
In cases where a member cannot attend meetings
of Senate in per son for academic or workplace
accommodation reasons, the Chair shall permit
their remote attendance and voting through
electronic means acceptable to the Secretary.
Members so attending will be considered present
for all purposes; and
That all subsequent and referential section
numbers in the Rules and Procedures of Senate be
amended accordingly.
NB: 2/3 majority required.
Approved
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Peter Choi }
Lance Rucker
That the Minutes of the Meeting of 14 May 2014
be adopted as presented.
Approved
Remarks from the Chair
The President thanked the Senate for its welcome, noting Senate's important role in reflecting
the views of the academy to his administration and to the Board of Governors. He advised that he
had met with a number of members from the current and previous senates and appreciated their
viewpoints on the Senate. In particular, he was committed to bringing issues to Senate as early as
possible, and knowing the size of the Senate, to working with senior senators to facilitate
academic consideration of matters. He noted that the technical aspects of Senate's responsibility
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to ensure academic integrity was well understood, but that policy issues could be better brought
before Senate for consideration.
Professor Gupta then went over the five themes he covered in his installation address: research,
teaching/learning, international, innovation, and engagement.
Senator Anstee noted that research was given the greatest prominence in the installation address.
The President agreed that he did draw emphasis to it, noting that one thing that
distinguished UBC from other institutions was its excellence research. He further noted
that UBC had had a duty to integrate the benefits of our research programs into our
student experiences and our other initiatives in Canada and abroad.
The President advised that we had the largest first year class across our two campuses 8360 new
students. With the start of the school year, he advised Senate that one area where he had heard
many comments recently was campus safety. He further noted that his administration would
employ an evidence-based approach to take actions to improve the safety of the campus, and that
a similar approach had been used for improvements to our and student group orientation
activities.
Professor Gupta noted that Start an Evolution's cumulative fundraising was at $1.34 billion by
the end of the previous quarter. The campaign remains active and is close to success. The official
close of that campaign will be the same as our 100-year anniversary on 15 September 2015.
With reference to student orientations, Senator Harrison stated that the student groups involved
this year did a tremendous job accommodating UBC's requests in a very short time and they and
the office of the Vice-President, Students deserved Senate's appreciation for their efforts.
From the Board of Governors
The President advised that the Board of Governors has approved the material forwarded to it by
the Senate as required under the University Act as listed:
18 December 2013
Curriculum proposals from the faculties of Applied Science, Arts, Forestry, Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies (Applied Science), Land and Food Systems, Law, and Science.
New Awards
22 January 2014
New Combined Degree/Diploma Program Option in the Master of Public Health and Diploma in
Dental Public Health and associated new and changed courses.
19 February 2014
Curriculum Proposals from the faculties of Applied Science, Arts, Graduate and Postdoctoral
Studies (Arts, Medicine, Pharmaceutical Sciences), and Law.
New Program: Bachelor of Media Studies Program and associated new courses.
New Awards
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16 April 2014
Curriculum Proposals from the faculties of Applied Science, Arts, Education, Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies (Arts, Dentistry, Education, Land and Food Systems, Medicine, and
Pharmaceutical Sciences), Law, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Science, and UBC Vantage
College.
New Programs: Master of Community and Regional Planning, Master of
Engineering in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Entry-to-Practice Doctor of
Pharmacy and associated new and changed courses.
New Awards
14 May 2014
Curriculum Proposals from the faculties of Arts, Commerce and Business Administration,
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (Arts, Law, Medicine, and Science), Land and Food Systems,
Law, and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
New Awards
Change in name of the "Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation Chair in Buddhism and
Contemporary Society" to the "Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chair in Buddhism and
Contemporary Society."
Candidates for Degrees
Anne Kessler
Lance Rucker
That the candidates for degrees and diplomas, as
recommended by the Faculty of Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies, be granted the degrees for
which they were recommended, effective September
2014, and that a committee comprised of the
Registrar, the Dean of the Faculty, and the Chair of
the Vancouver Senate be empowered to make any
necessary adjustments.
NB: 2/3 majority required.
Approved
Academic Policy Committee
The Committee Chair, Dr Paul Harrison, presented.
Paul Harrison
Philip Loewen
} That the proposed revisions to the approved policy
language for rolling graduation for graduate and
M.D. graduands be approved as set out in the
attachment.
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Senator Harrison explained that there was a technical change proposed to enable rolling
graduation and to allow it to be utilized should the Senate not meet in a given month.
Approved
Admissions Committee
Senator Robert Sparks, Chair of the Admissions Committee, presented.
APPLICANTS FOLLOWING THE BC/YUKON SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM - APPROVED
GRADE 11 LANGUAGE COURSES: INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE AB INITIO LANGUAGES
Robert Sparks } That Senate approve the addition of International
Claudia Ruitenberg Baccalaureate Ab Initio language courses as
approved Grade 11 language Courses to satisfy the
language 11 admission requirement for applicants
following the BC/Yukon Secondary School
Curriculum, effective for the 2015 Winter Session
and thereafter.
Senator Sparks thanked the previous members of the Senate Admissions Committee. He noted
that his committee met 7 times over the summer and adjudicated 68 appeals on admission to 7
different faculties.
Senator Sparks noted that currently IB students could not use IB ab initio courses for admission.
The committee reviewed the curriculum and found it similar to a normal language 11 course.
These courses cannot be used for admission average purposes nor in place of grade 12 courses.
Approved
APPLICANTS FOLLOWING THE BC/YUKON SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM - BRITISH
COLUMBIA ADULT GRADUATION DIPLOMA
Robert Sparks } That Senate approve changes to admission
ludith Plessis requirements for applicants presenting the British
Columbia Adult Graduate Diploma for admission,
effective for entry to the 2015 Winter Session and
thereafter.
Senator Sparks advised that this proposal would allow greater accessibility to UBC to those not
following a traditional path. Of particular note was a removal of the age requirement and
specifying that Grade 12 English must still be completed.
Approved
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DEGREE PARTNERSHIP: UBC FACULTY OF LAW AND MELBOURNE LAW SCHOOL
Robert Sparks } That Senate approve changes in admission
Richard Anstee requirements for the Master of laws, Master of laws
(Common law) and Master of laws in Taxation
programs for applicants to the UBC Faculty of law
and Melbourne law School Degree Partnership,
effective for entry to 2015 Winter Session and
thereafter.
Senator Sparks advised that the change was to waive the ID requirement for students in program
under the terms of the partnership agreement.
Approved
DEGREE PARTNERSHIP: UBC FACULTY OF LAW AND TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
LAW
Robert Sparks } That Senate approve changes in admission
Lance Rucker requirements for the Juris Doctor program for
applicants to the UBC Faculty of law and Tsinghua
University School of law Degree Partnership,
effective for entry to 2015 Winter Session only.
Dr Sparks noted that this proposal would set aside the requirement for the LSAT for students in
China's most prestigious law school.
Senator Singh asked if we had ever waived the LSAT previously.
Senator Gould advised that yes, we did so with Hong Kong University. He also
advised that he LSAT was evidence of potential success in law school, and it
would be redundant to ask for it for students already studying at a well-respected
law school.
Approved
Curriculum Committee
Dr Peter Marshall, Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee, presented.
SUMMER CURRICULUM PROPOSALS
See Appendix A: Curriculum Report
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Peter Marshall } That Senate ratify the decisions of the Senate
Robert Sparks Curriculum Committee regarding the attached
proposals.
Approved
SEPTEMBER CURRICULUM PROPOSALS
See Appendix A: Curriculum Report
Peter Marshall } That the new minor programs brought forward by the
Richard Tees Faculty of Arts be approved.
Senator Marshall noted that Arts was proposing new minors in Anthropological Archaeology and
Applied Music Technology.
Approved
Joint Report of the Senate Curriculum and Admissions Committees
The Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee, Dr Peter Marshall, presented.
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS WITH THE MASTER OF MANAGEMENT (M.M.) DUAL DEGREES
PROGRAM OPTION
See Appendix B: Master of Management (MM.) Dual Degrees Program Option
Peter Marshall } That the new undergraduate program (B.A., B.F.A.,
Carol laeger B.I.E, B.M.S, BMus., B.Kin., B.Sc.(WoodProducts
Processing), B.Sc.)/Master of Management (MM.)
dual degrees program option and its associated new
courses be approved.
Senator P. Marshall noted that this was a joint recommendation of the committees that involved a
complex sounding but not complicated initiative from several faculties in conjunction with
Commerce to do with a dual degrees program option. Students would undertake particular
undergraduate degrees and a master of management.
With consent of Senate, Dr Brian Bemmels, Senior Associate Dean, Academic Programs, for the
Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration spoke. He noted that Master of Management
(MM) programs were common in Europe but not North America. UBC introduced this degree
six years ago. Employers find it an attractive program, and the idea of an undergraduate degree
combined with a master-level degree has a huge market for this kind of programming. He
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suggested that with this proposal, UBC could make offers to more top-quality students, noting
that the Financial Times ranked MM programs, and this year was the first in which UBC had
placed; we were 49* in the world out of 70 ranked programs, and 1st in North America (out of
1).
Senator Anstee expressed concern with the direct entry from secondary school option being
taken as a revenue-grab given the additional fees. He noted that if students dropped out in the
first two years they would have no benefit in his estimation except for a modest amount of career
counselling. He further noted that a 75% average in 2n year was difficult, especially in Science.
He secondly noted that student interest could change over time and that we were expecting
students to select both an undergraduate and graduate program while still in secondary school.
AMENDMENT
Richard Anstee } That the Direct Entry option be struck from the
Elaine Kwo proposal.
Senator Roach asked what the benefits were for the direct entry options for students and the
program.
Dr Bemmels replied recruitment of new students was a primary interest; the third 3   year
was intended for existing students.
Senator Bailey noted that the MM was one-year long, and that students would be saving roughly
XA of a year through completing the programs option. He expressed concern on how this may
motivate high achieving students and that this could lead to undue or not helpful pressures.
Senator Averill noted that this was one more option available to students, who could still finish
their degrees normally and then complete an MM. He suggested that this program offered a
better route to blending an undergraduate degree with a graduate business education that could
be achieved separately as over a period of years, students could blend their experiences. He
further noted that Arts would actually be losing revenue on the proposal, and thus
characterizations of this as an attempt to raise revenue for the Faculty were not accurate.
Senator P. Marshall spoke against the amendment, noting that the program was well designed.
He further noted that he was also a member of the Senate Admissions Committee and recognized
that spirited discussion there had resulted in a majority of members supporting the proposal.
Senator Kessler asked why it was important for the direct entry stream, stating she wasn't
convinced that this would attract better students that we already had. She noted that at the SCC
commerce noted it had many applicants and that this may be an option for students who were not
admitted to the Bachelor of Commerce
Senator Forwell asked if non-commerce students could take commerce courses.
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Dr Bemmels replied that there were two courses open generally, and that the Faculty also
offered Minor in Commerce programs for students from many other faculties.
Senator Forwell said she was struggling pedagogically to understand the degree. She understood
the normal progression and couldn't understand the value added by the dual program beyond
access to a limited number of courses they couldn't otherwise take.
Dr Bemmels replied that this program was much more comprehensive than the commerce
minor.
Senator Forwell asked why students could not also take a Minor in Commerce as part of this
program option.
Dr Bemmels noted that there was a degree of overlap in the material taught, although at
different levels. He noted that, generally, people in business graduate programs come from other
disciplines. For instance, a third of the MBA class came from Applied Science undergraduate
degrees.
In response to Dr Anstee's comments on tuition, Dr Bemmels advised that he proposal was for
dual degree students to pay the normal undergraduate program tuition plus the MM tuition. In
year 1 they would pay 5% of that MM tuition, in 2n  5% then 10% each in years 3 and 4. The
remaining 70% would be paid as they finished their MM. Commerce would incur costs to
educate these students during all of their programs, including costs for those who may change
their minds and drop out.
Senator Gould noted that he did a joint degree program and an accelerated program can be quite
attractive.
Senator Zhao noted that he was an MD/PHD student and that these kinds of programs could be
beneficial for some people but not all. He did not think that students coming from high school
could make an education decision. He asked if students in year 1 or 2 could transfer between
participating faculties. Secondly, he asked how we would approach students who needed to take
an extra year to finish their studies.
Dr Bemmels noted that if students wished to change between the 8 participating
programs that would be acceptable. Students could extend their programs but we would
like to maintain cohorts as much as possible.
Senator lagdeo asked for more information on the career development available in the program
versus the standard development available to students.
Dr Bemmels noted that there were 8 dimensions for career development for students. We
provide coaching, workshops, and facilitate employer relationships.
Senator Nislow said that many concerns relate to presupposing what grade 12 students were
capable of. He suggested that the Grade 12 student of 2 years ago is different of the grade 12
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student of today and the student 2 years from now will be quite different. He saw a risk in
allowing students into such a program but it seemed like a reasonable risk. This flipped our
model and armed our students with an ability to plan how they wanted to navigate through higher
education.
In response, Dr Bemmels opined that this was merely an option students could chose to
attempt, and that existing programs would not be affected.
Senator Harrison admitted to being a slow convert to the program. He agreed with Dean Averill
in noting that this just provided students with another option. He further advised that on surveys,
students repeatedly advised that careers were one of their most pressing concerns, and that this
option helped address that concern.
Senator Sawatsky noted that while Europe may have similar programs, our educational
philosophy was different in Canada. If we did this would we also look at streaming students into
our other professional programs earlier?
Dr Bemmels stated that he didn't view it as that large of a shift. When these students
were undergraduate students they would be undergraduate students in an option that leads
to a masters program.
Senator Maleki said that this wasn't a very flexible option and didn't reflect what may
happened when or after students entered UBC.
Senator Kuo asked how the direct entry route would be advertised to students and their parents,
expressing a concern that it would be presented as a "fast track" that students and parents may
jump to without knowing the full ramifications.
Senator Bemmels replied that we would ensure that students are fully informed.
CALL FOR THE PREVIOUS QUESTION
Tariq Ahmed } That the previous question on the amendment be
Richard Tees ordered.
Approved by
2/3rds
NB:     47 in favour, 22 opposed.
AMENDMENT
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Richard Anstee
Claudia Ruitenberg
That the Direct Entry option be struck from the
proposal.
Amendment
failed
Richard Tees
Tariq Ahmed
That the previous question on the report of the
Admission and Curriculum Committees be ordered.
Approved by
2/3rds
NB: 50 in favour, 19 opposed.
Main Motion
Approved
Senators Loewen and Haffey requested their abstentions be noted.
BACHELOR OF KINESIOLOGY WITH THE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION DUAL DEGREES
PROGRAM OPTION
Peter Marshall
Robert Sparks
} That the new Bachelor of Kinesiology and Bachelor of
Education dual degrees program option be approved.
Senator P. Marshall noted that this proposal was similar to the program option already offered by
the Faculty of Science with the Faculty of Education.
Approved
Senate Nominating Committee
Dr Peter Marshall presented on behalf of the Senate Nominating Committee.
APPOINTMENTS TO STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEES OF SENATE AND APPOINTMENTS
TO OTHER BODIES WITH SENATE REPRESENTATION
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14/15-12
Peter Marshall
Sean Haffey
That the following appointments be made to the standing
committees of Senate, the Council of Senates and other
organizations, effective
from 18 September 2014 to 31 August 2017 and thereafter until
replaced:
Academic Building Needs Committee
Kenneth Baimbridge (Medicine)
Sean Haffey (Convocation)
Andre Ivanov (Applied Science)
Christian Naus (Medicine)
Glen Peterson (Arts)
Andrew Riseman (Land and Food Systems)
Lance Rucker (Dentistry)
Robert Sparks (Joint Faculties - Education)
Academic Policy Committee
Perry Adebar (Joint Faculties - Applied Science)
Mary Anne Bobinski (Dean - Law)
Benjamin Goold (Law)
Paul Harrison (Joint Faculties - Science)
Philip Loewen (Joint Faculties - Science)
C. W. Marshall (Arts)
Susan Porter (Dean - Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies)
Thomas Schneider (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies)
Shannon Sterling (Convocation)
Richard Tees (Convocation)
Lawrence Walker (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies)
Admissions Committee
Richard Anstee (Joint Faculties - Science)
Peter T. Choi (Joint Faculties - Medicine)
William Dunford (Applied Science)
Carol Jaeger (Joint Faculties -Applied Science)
Bikkar Lalli (Convocation)
William McNulty (Convocation)
Robert Sparks (Joint Faculties - Education)
Agenda Committee
Mary Anne Bobinski (Dean - Law)
Frieda Granot (Commerce and Business Administration)
Paul Harrison (Joint Faculties - Science)
Peter L. Marshall (Forestry)
Louise Nasmith (Principal - College of Health Disciplines)
Appeals on Academic Standing Committee
Tariq Ahmed (Convocation)
Bonnie Craig (Dentistry)
William Dunford (Applied Science)
Susan Forwell (Joint Faculties - Medicine)
Haymen Leong (Convocation)
Lance Rucker (Dentistry)
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Shannon Sterling (Convocation)
Lawrence Walker (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies)
Curriculum Committee
Kenneth Baimbridge (Joint Faculties - Medicine)
Lawrence Burr (Convocation)
Andrea Amritpal Dulay (Convocation)
Blye Frank (Dean - Education)
Carol Jaeger (Joint Faculties -Applied Science)
C. W. Marshall (Arts)
Peter L. Marshall (Forestry)
Peter Meehan (Affiliated Colleges Rep. - St. Mark's College)
Judith Plessis (Director - Continuing Education)
Andrew Riseman (Land and Food Systems)
Santokh Singh (Science)
Katja Thieme (Joint Faculties - Arts)
Justin Wiebe (Student- Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies)
Richard Tees (Convocation)
Library Committee
Gage Averill (Dean -Arts)
Stavros Avramidis (Forestry)
Lawrence Burr (Convocation)
Michael Coughtrie (Dean - Pharmaceutical Sciences)
David Gillen (Commerce and Business Administration)
Corey Nislow (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Simon Peacock (Dean - Science)
Thomas Schneider (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies)
Charles Shuler (Dean - Dentistry)
John Gilbert (Convocation)
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
Perry Adebar (Joint Faculties -Applied Science)
Tariq Ahmed (Convocation)
Aaron Bailey (Student - Science)
Erin Biddlecombe (Convocation)
Isabel Grant (Law)
Philip Loewen (Joint Faculties - Science)
C. W. Marshall (Arts)
Glen Peterson (Arts)
Claudia Ruitenberg (Education)
Student Awards Committee
Lawrence Burr (Convocation)
Bikkar Lalli (Convocation)
Haymen Leong (Convocation)
Nancy Perry (Education)
Claudia Ruitenberg (Education)
Bonita Sawatzky (Joint Faculties - Medicine)
Stavros Avramidis (Forestry)
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Teaching & Learning Committee
Erin Biddlecombe (Convocation)
Blye Frank (Dean - Education)
Benjamin Goold (Law)
Andre Ivanov (Applied Science)
Peter Meehan (Affiliated Colleges Rep. - St. Mark's College)
Corey Nislow (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Nancy Perry (Education)
Katja Thieme (Joint Faculties - Arts)
Tributes Committee
Gage Averill (Dean -Arts)
Mary Anne Bobinski (Dean - Law)
Michael Coughtrie (Dean - Pharmaceutical Sciences)
John Gilbert (Convocation)
Frieda Granot (Commerce and Business Administration)
John Innes (Dean - Forestry)
Paul Keown (Medicine)
Ingrid Parent (University Librarian)
Judith Plessis (Director - Continuing Education)
Richard Tees (Convocation)
Council of Senates Budget Committee
Perry Adebar (Applied Science)
Richard Anstee (Science)
Kenneth Baimbridge (Medicine)
William Dunford (Applied Science)
Peter Marshall (Forestry)
David Gillen (Commerce and Business Administration)
Sean Haffey (Convocation)
Council of Senates Elections Committee
Mary Anne Bobinski (Dean-Law)
Sean Haffey (Convocation)
Senate of St Mark's College
Sean Haffey (Convocation)
VST Academic Policy Committee
Paul Harrison (Joint Faculties - Science)
Approved
AD HOC COMMITTEE ON STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
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Minutes of 17 September 2014
14/15-15
Peter Marshall
Sue Fore well
That Senate that amend the Terms of Reference and
composition for the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on
Student Mental Health and Wellbeing as set
out below:
1. To serve as an advisory body to Senate and the
committees of Senate, as well as other bodies as
appropriate, on issues pertaining to student mental
health and wellbeing;
2. To provide a report to Senate that identifies issues
with current policies and practices that may affect
student mental health and wellbeing;
3. To make recommendations based on these
identified issues to Senate and committees of Senate,
as appropriate, with the aim of creating a more
supportive campus; and to set goals and define
undertakings for the advancement of student
mental health and wellbeing; and,
4. To report annually to Senate on the progress made
toward the achievement of these goals and
undertakings.
Approved
Peter Marshall
Erin Biddlecombe
That the following positions be added to the
composition of the Senate Ad
Hoc Committee on Student Mental Health and
Wellbeing:
one (1) senator,
one (1) student senator,
a representative from the Senate Teaching and
learning
Committee (ex-officio) (voting), and
a representative from the Dean's Office of the Faculty
of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (ex-officio)
(voting).
Approved
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Peter Marshall } That Dr. Peter Choi be appointed to the Senate Ad
Christopher Roach Hoc Committee on Student Mental Health and
Wellbeing.
Approved
Student Awards Committee
Dr Lawrence Burr presented on behalf of the Student Awards Committee.
NEW AND REVISED AWARDS
See Appendix C: New and Revised Awards
Lawrence Burr } That Senate accept the awards as listed and forward
Richard Tees them to the Board of Governors for approval; and that
letters of thanks be sent to the donors.
Senator Burr noted that $269000 worth of a new awards were before Senate for consideration.
Senator Baimbridge noted that the word "annual" was not always listed, was it implied?
With permission of senate, Ms Stephanie A Oldford advised that some awards were endowed
and others were funded annually. Those endowed were generally noted as such in their terms.
Senator Singh asked what the value was of the Mastercard awards.
The president advised 11 were to be offered this year with 105 over the course of the
agreement, and that their value depended on the cost of the student's program.
Senator Ruitenberg asked why SSHRC was listed instead of Tricouncil with award # 6354.
By general consent, the terms for this award were referred to the Student Awards
Committee for review.
Approved
Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Student Mental Health and Wellbeing
PROGRESS REPORT
Senator Mona Maleki presented on behalf of the Committee. She highlighted the work of the Ad
Hoc Committee over the summer.
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Senator Loewen noted the importance of this issue and asked that the minutes show an implicit
requirement that this committee consider data and that this data should be brought to the
committee's attention for its work.
Report from the President
President Gupta introduced Ms Shirley Nakata, the Ombudsperson for Students, to give an
annual report on the activities of her office.
Ms Nakata reminded the Senate of the mandate of her office (to ensure that students are treated
fairly in every aspect of their university life), noting that common to all of her office's
interactions is their goal to ensure that students can respond constructively, focus on key goals,
and build their capacity to deal with future challenges.
The Ombudsperson advised that of the 369 visitors to her office last year, 184 were
undergraduate students, 113 graduate students, and 21 were post-graduate students.   In August
2013, the Ombudsoffice opened a second office, on the Okanagan campus.
Ms Nakata noted that concerns could generally be categorized into academic, interpersonal,
financial, and issues around misconduct/appeals. Her office approached individual cases on a
reactive basis (building individual capacity and confidence towards a constructive resolution),
and institutional matters or a proactive basis (building institutional capacity to foster fair policies,
procedures, and decisions).
For the past year, she noted three systemic issues which seemed to bring most visitors to the
office: Transitions - an unanticipated event or shifts in what they anticipated would be their
academic path at UBC. Fairness f fairness - consistency is a core requirement of fairness but
strict letter of the law loses the spirit of the law. Lastly, the notion of a fiduciary relationship,
particularly for graduate students - power imbalances arise in many different ways and contexts
at universities, but they manifest most notably with graduate student-supervisor relationships.
In closing, the Ombudsperson noted that her full annual report was available online at
www.ombudsoffice.ubc.ca.
Philip Loewen } That the time for adjournment be extended by 15
Christopher Roach minutes.
Approved
Report from the Provost
David Farrar } That Senate approve the establishment of a new
Ben Gould Chair within the liu Institute for Global Studies
within the Faculty of Arts, under the name 'The
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Simons Chair in Disarmament, Global and Human
Security' effective October 1st, 2014.
Approved
Other Business
Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:36 pm.
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Appendix A: Curriculum Report
FACULTY OF ARTS
New minor programs, course code, new and revised courses, and revised program
CLCH Course Code; CLCH 401, 389, 399; Arts>BA>Asian Studies>Major in Asian
Language and Culture; FIPR 101 (3), 131 (3)
Arts>BA>Anthropology (Major, Honours, Minor; Minor in Anthropological Archaeology;
Undergraduate Courses; First Nations); Arts>BA>Archaeology
Arts>BA>Music>Minor in Applied Music Technology; Music>BMus>Degree
Requirements>Minor in Applied Music Technology
FACULTY OF GRADUATE AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES
MEDICINE
New courses and revised program
PHTH 517 (3), 527 (3); G+PS>Degree Programs>Physical Therapy>MPT>Program
Requirements; SPPH681 (1.5/3)d
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Appendix B: Master of Management (M.M.) Dual Degrees Program Option
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New program option and new courses.
Commerce and Business Administration>Undergraduate Program-Master of
Management Dual Degree Program Option; COMM 220, 320, 321, 420, 421
FACULTY OF ARTS
New program option
Arts>BA>Dual Degree Program Option: BA and MM; Arts>BFA>Dual Degree Program
Option: BFA and MM; Economics>BIE>Dual Degree Program Option: BIE and MM;
Arts>BMS>Dual Degree Program Option: BMS and MM; Music>BMus>Dual Degree
Program Option: BMus and MM; Arts>BA>Dual Degree Program Option: Faculty of
Arts and MM
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
New program option
Kinesiology>BKin>Admission>Dual Degree Program Option in Kinesiology and
Management
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
New program option
Forestry>BSc in Wood Products Processing>Admission
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
New program option
Science>BSc>Introduction to Degree Options
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Appendix C: New and Revised Awards
New Awards:
Faculty Women's Club Katharine BORGEN Graduate Scholarship in Mathematics
Education - A $1,000 scholarship is offered by the family and friends of Dr. Katharine Borgen
for an outstanding graduate student in mathematics education within the Department of
Curriculum and Pedagogy. Financial need may be considered. Katharine Borgen (MA '98, PhD
'06) was passionate about teaching mathematics. After over 25 years as a high school teacher
and completion of graduate studies, she became an Adjunct Professor in the Department of
Curriculum and Pedagogy at UBC and a contributing author to a series of mathematics textbooks
that are now used by several provinces and territories across Canada. Katharine was a member of
the Faculty Women's Club for many years and served as President from 2004 to 2005.
Throughout all of her professional and community involvements, the center of her focus was on
her family and friends. She will be remembered as a strong and independent woman who was
known for her enjoyment of life and her professional and personal generosity and love. The
award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in
the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
CHAN, Yuet Lan Scholarship - A $1,050 scholarship has been made available through an
endowment established by T.Y. Lung in honour of his mother, Chan, Yuet Lan (aka Yuet Lan
Lung). As an accomplished author, Chan, Yuet Lan's book on Chinese classics is catalogued in
UBC's Asian Library. This endowed scholarship is offered to an undergraduate student in any
year or any field of study. The award is made, on a rotating basis, on the recommendation of the
Faculties offering undergraduate degrees. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter
Session)
Eileen CLINTON Award in Arts - A $1,000 award is offered by Dr. Catherine Rawn in
honour of Eileen Clinton, an influential high school teacher who encouraged Dr. Rawn to attend
university. The award is available to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts enrolled in a
minimum of 18 credits, who is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident. Preference is given to
a student who is the first person in his or her immediate family to attend university. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015
Winter Session)
Les EDGEWORTH Bursary in Civil Engineering - Bursaries totalling $2,000 have been
made available through an endowment established by Allan and Deborah Edgeworth, to assist
one or more students in financial need in the 2nd year of the BASc Civil Engineering Program at
the University. The recipients must be Canadian citizens. The bursaries are in honour of Allan's
and Deborah's father, Les Edgeworth (BASc '49). Les was a hard working student from a large
family, and worked multiple part-time jobs as an engineering student to help with family
finances and fund his studies. He became the first university graduate of his family and went on
to a successful career with the Department of Fisheries, the Federal Department of the
Environment as Assistant Deputy Minister, and the Salmonid Enhancement Program as
Executive Director. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
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ENGINEERING Scholarship for Innovation - A $5,000 scholarship is offered by the Faculty
of Applied Science to an exceptional student entering directly from secondary school into the
first year of Applied Science and pursuing the engineering program, awarded at the discretion of
the Dean of the Faculty. The scholarship is based on high academic achievement and outstanding
promise in engineering demonstrated through success at national and/or international science and
engineering competitions. Subject to continued scholarship standing, the scholarship will be
renewed for a further three years of study or until the first undergraduate degree is obtained,
whichever is shorter. The Faculty of Applied Science reserves the right to withhold awarding the
scholarship in any given year if there is no successful candidate. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
Brian W. GOODACRE Memorial Award in Interventional Radiology - An award of $1,200
has been made available through an endowment established by friends, classmates and
colleagues in memory of Dr. Brian W. Goodacre to support residents in interventional radiology.
Dr. Goodacre graduated from UBC with his MD in 1985, was a Fellowship-trained
Interventional Radiologist in Victoria, BC and a Clinical Associate Professor in the UBC
Department of Radiology. He was well-respected and had a significant influence on all who
knew him both professionally and personally. The award will be given out annually to a PGY 2-
5 resident in the Department of Radiology for the best interventional radiology research project
presented at the Annual Resident Research Day. It will be awarded to the resident who has the
highest score on his or her research presentation based on excellence in scientific design, clear
presentation of data, validity of discussion, and clarity of oral presentation, as determined by a
panel of three judges. The award is intended to support the cost of travel and accommodation of
the candidate winning the Research Day at any scientific meeting. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Department of Radiology. (First Award Available in the 2013/2014
Winter Session)
FACULTY of Science 50th Anniversary Bursary - A $1,000 bursary is offered by alumni,
friends, and the UBC Science community in celebration of the Faculty of Science's 50th
Anniversary, to an undergraduate student enrolled in a Faculty of Science program. Adjudication
is made by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Jane HECKMAN Scholarship in Choral Singing - A $3,000 scholarship, payable over two
years at $1,500 per year, is offered by Dr. Nancy Heckman to honour the memory of her mother,
lane Heckman, and her passion for choral music. The award is given to an outstanding
continuing student in the School of Music who demonstrates exceptional aptitude for and
commitment to choral singing in the School's choral ensembles. The award is made on the
recommendation of the School of Music and, in the case of a graduate student, in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015
Winter Session)
Anne (Munn) and Newton HOPKINS Bursary in Arts and Chemical Engineering -
Bursaries totaling $4,000 have been made available through an endowment established by Anne
and her late husband, Newton Hopkins, to assist at least one student in financial need in the
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Faculty of Arts, and at least one student in financial need the BASc Chemical Engineering
Program at the University annually. Anne (nee Munn, BA '47) and Newton (BASc '49) are UBC
alumni who wish to provide opportunities for deserving students to pursue their education.
Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter
Session)
LAW Class of 1993 Memorial Bursary - A $1,100 bursary has been made available through an
endowment established by the Law class of 1993 for a student enrolled in any year of the ID
program. This bursary was created by the class on the occasion of their 20th reunion and is
dedicated to the memory of Douglas Friesen, Keith Kuhn, Katrina Leeming, Kathryn Roe,
Murray Woodward and Rodney Yamanouchi. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
(First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Bill LEVINE Entrance Award - One entrance award of $10,000 is offered in honour of Bill
Levine, member of the UBC Board of Governors from 2007 to 2013 and Chair from 2010 to
2013, for an undergraduate student entering their first year of study at the University of British
Columbia. Bill graduated from UBC in 1963 (BA) and Harvard Business School in 1965 (MBA)
and today is the Chair of Western Corporate Enterprises Inc. In addition to his contributions to
UBC's Board of Governors, Bill has generously given his time and served as a member of the
Dean's Advisory Committee for the Sauder School of Business and Chair of the Dean's Advisory
Board for the Faculty of Arts. He is currently a member of the Campaign Cabinet for UBC's
start an evolution fundraising and alumni engagement campaign. This award supports an
academically qualified student with demonstrated leadership skills and an interest in joining and
contributing to the UBC community, but who would not be able to attend UBC without
significant financial assistance. The award is renewable for an additional three years or until the
first undergraduate degree is obtained (whichever is the shorter period), and is made on the
recommendation of the UBC Entrance Award selection committee. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
MASTERCARD Foundation Graduate Scholars Award - Academic awards covering the full
cost of tuition and living expenses are offered to outstanding international graduate students who
are citizens of and intend to return to a Sub-Saharan African country. Candidates must present
economically disadvantaged financial circumstances, and be able to show they lack financial
means from family or other sources to pursue graduate studies in their home country or
elsewhere. Candidates must furthermore have achieved academic excellence under difficult
circumstances, and show leadership qualities or potential. Applicants must demonstrate a strong
commitment to giving back to his/her home community in ways that enhance the economic
growth and social development of Africa. Additionally, candidates must be graduating/recently
graduated with a recognized undergraduate degree and commencing specified Master's degrees
in one of the following Faculties at UBC's Vancouver campus: Forestry, Land and Food
Systems, or Sauder School of Business. Candidates must also commit to returning to Africa upon
graduation from UBC in order to apply their training and skills to the betterment of others. The
awards may be renewed past the first year, consistent with the expected timelines for the
recipient's specific program and provided the recipient is in good academic standing in his or her
program of study and maintains his/her status on a student authorization to study in Canada. The
award value will be reviewed and adjusted annually to reflect any changes in student tuition and
student fees. Nominations are made by Faculties upon receipt of MCF Scholarship applications,
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with final adjudication made by a selection committee consisting of faculty members and
relevant staff, facilitated by the MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program team. (First Award
Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Margaret and Diane MCNAY Bursary in Education - A $1,000 bursary is offered by
Margaret McNay (BEd Elementary'69, PhD Cell Bio'75), and Diane McNay, (BEd
Secondary'68), to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education with demonstrated
financial need. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
NAIOP Real Estate Challenge Award - Eight $1,000 awards are offered by NAIOP
Vancouver, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, to students enrolled in the
Bachelor of Commerce program at the Sauder School of Business. The awards are given to
students in the Real Estate Option who participate in the annual NAIOP Real Estate Challenge
and recognize the students' sacrifices of time and energy, and dedication to excellence and
teamwork. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School Business in
consultation with the Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
NEMETH Forestry Award - A $1,000 award is offered by Mr. loseph (loe) Nemeth and Mrs.
lacqueline Nemeth for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Forestry. Preference will be
given to students in good academic standing with demonstrated leadership skills or community
service activities. loe Nemeth graduated from the Faculty of Forestry in 1987 with a Bachelor of
Science in Forestry and has spent his career as a leader in the forest industry. The Nemeth family
believes strongly in giving back to the community. The award is made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Forestry. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Josephine NICHOLSON Bursary in Nursing - Bursaries totalling $1,000 have been made
available through an endowment established by Elizabeth and Allan Nicholson in memory of
their mother, losephine Nicholson, for students studying Nursing at the University of British
Columbia. losephine Nicholson graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Applied Science in
1944. She went on to teach Nursing for a short period at Royal Columbian Hospital in New
Westminster and then became a stewardess for Trans Canada Airlines, at a time when only
nurses could apply. Her love of nursing never left her and she felt it was one of the most
important and rewarding professions a person could enter. Adjudications are made by Enrolment
Services. (First Award Available in the 2017/2018 Winter Session)
Marvin NIDER Memorial Bursary in Pharmacy - A $1,000 bursary has been made available
through an endowment generously established by the Nider Family, in memory of Marvin Nider
BSc(Pharm)'75. A successful pharmacist and entrepreneur, Marvin's business acumen started at
an early age. He managed several small startups while a pharmacy student and the profits helped
him pay for his education. Upon graduation, Marvin invested his time and efforts in
opportunities that would benefit the health of his patients and community, including serving as
President of the College of Pharmacists. This bursary is offered to one undergraduate student in
the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services. (First
Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
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Dr Albert PACE-FLORIDIA Memorial Award in Anesthesiology - A $1,750 award has
been made available through an endowment established by Erika Pace-Floridia, in full support
personally, professionally and in loving memory of her husband, Dr. Albert Pace-Floridia, M.D.,
B. Pharm., D.A. (McGill), F.R.C.P.C, F.A.C.A., Anesthesiologist. Founder of the Surrey
Memorial Hospital Pain Clinic, Dr. Albert Pace-Floridia was a passionate pioneer in pain
management who dedicated his life to serve Medicine for almost fifty years and focused his last
twenty-eight years on chronic pain management. The award is offered to an anesthesiology
resident who has demonstrated outstanding performance, innovation, compassionate patient care
and who has excelled in the study of anesthesia during his/her residency at UBC. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine. (First Award Available in the
2014/2015 Winter Session)
Bhavik Bakul PACHCHIGAR Memorial Award in Accounting - A $1,000 award is offered
in memory of Bhavik Bakul Pachchigar by Martin and Henry Chartered Accountants. The award
is offered to an outstanding student entering their third or fourth year of study at the Sauder
School of Business Undergraduate Program with a specialization in Accounting. Preference will
be given to students who have demonstrated community leadership and involvement and who
have volunteered time to work with vulnerable populations or animals. Financial need will be
considered. Bhavik was an extremely generous, thoughtful, and conscientious person. He had a
strong sense of social justice and always looked for ways to contribute to the greater good,
whether supporting his family, friends, or community. Bhavik enjoyed sports such as golf,
basketball, road hockey and soccer and had a passion for flying. He was a kind, soft-spoken,
beautifully content person who valued and cared for the most vulnerable. Bhavik was in his
fourth year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program at the Sauder School of Business specializing
in Accounting at the time of his passing. The award is made on the recommendation of the
Sauder School of Business. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Maja PADEREWSKA Memorial Bursary - A $1,000 bursary is offered by friends and family
of Maja Paderewska to a student in any discipline, faculty or year of study, who graduated from
high school in North Surrey, with preference to graduates of North Surrey Secondary School.
Maja Paderewska was originally from Szczecin, Poland, and came to Canada with her family at
the age of 16. An alumna of UBC and SFU, she was a business and economics teacher at North
Surrey Secondary School. Maja was passionate about motivating and inspiring her students.
Known for being a friend to those she taught, she was always willing to go the extra mile and
make learning fun while pushing her students to reach their potential. Her life ended suddenly at
the age of 33. Caring, encouraging, kind and genuine, Maja will be deeply missed by all who
knew her. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015
Winter Session)
Dale Robert PEDERSEN Prize in Criminal Law - A $1,000 prize is offered by Dale R
Pedersen (LLB '94) to a second year Law student who achieves the highest standing in Criminal
Law. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law. (First Award Available
in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
PRINCE George and District Dental Society Award in Dentistry - A $1,000 award is offered
by the Prince George and District Dental Society to an outstanding 4th year student graduating
from the DMD Program in the Faculty of Dentistry. Preference will be given to students who are
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from the Prince George and District region with an expressed interest in practicing in the Prince
George and District region after completion of their program at UBC. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter
Session)
SUMMERLAND Penny Lane Legacy Bursary - A $1,000 bursary has been made available
through an endowment established by the Summerland Charity Shop Society to support students
in the Southern Medical Program who have graduated from a high school in the Thompson
Okanagan region of British Columbia, with preference given to those who attended or graduated
from School District 67 - Okanagan Skaha. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services. (First
Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Syd VERNON Graduate Student Award - Awards totalling $10,000 are offered through an
endowment established by the Syd Vernon Foundation and administered by the Vancouver
Foundation. The Syd Vernon Fund for the Disabled, established in 1989, honours the memory of
Sydney Edward Vernon, founder of Auto Marine Electric Ltd and a pioneer of the automotive
aftermarket parts industry in Canada. This Fund supports charitable organizations for the
betterment of persons with mental, physical or sensory disabilities. The Fund also supports the
advancement of education for those persons committed to working with people with disabilities
and their families. The awards are available to UBC graduate students who are Canadian
citizens, with demonstrated commitment to the disability areas described above, through courses
selected, personal experience, past or current employment and/or volunteering that involves
working directly with people with developmental disabilities. Minimum individual award is
$2000 up to a maximum of $3500. Awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Amir and Yasmin VIRANI Family Graduate Scholarship - A $5,000 scholarship is offered
by the Virani family to support a graduate student in the Faculty of Arts in any discipline whose
course of study has an emphasis on Islam. The award is made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Arts in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First
Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Santosh M. WASAN Graduate Student Travel Award in Pharmaceutical Sciences - Travel
awards totaling $2,000 are offered by Drs. Kishor and Ellen Wasan in honour of their mother and
mother-in-law, respectively, Dr. Santosh M. Wasan, for graduate students in the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences to attend conferences or symposia at which they will present a poster or
an academic paper. Dr. Santosh Wasan retired from the Department of Pathology at Queen's
University in 1999, after a distinguished career beginning in 1962 as an intern at Kingston
General Hospital. An excellent physician, teacher and mother, she instilled in her son the need to
work hard, shoot high, and give back. The awards are made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and
Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Donnie and June WING Award for Women in Business Management - A $1,000 award is
offered by Donnie and lune Wing to a full time female student entering the Master of
Management Program at the Sauder School of Business. The student shall have demonstrated
leadership in the community. Preference is given to a candidate with financial need. The award is
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made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business in consultation with the Faculty
of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. (First Award Available in the 2014/2015 Winter Session)
Rita Dorit WINKLER Bursary in Forestry- Bursaries totalling $1,400 have been made
available through a generous endowment established by the Estate of Siegfried Winkler in
honour of his daughter, Rita Dorit Winkler. The bursaries are available to deserving students
enrolled in the Faculty of Forestry. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services (First Award
Available in the 2015/2016 Winter Session)
Previously-Approved Awards with Changes in Terms or Funding Source:
Greg and Susana QUAN Music Educator Award - An award of $1,000 has been made
available through an endowment established in honour of Greg and Susana Quan who both
earned their Masters of Education degrees from UBC while continuing to inspire and share their
passion for learning with their students. The award recognizes a student in the Bachelor of
Education program who has demonstrated a passion and extraordinary capability for music
education with youth in a group environment. Candidates will have volunteer or extracurricular
involvement in music education that includes band, choral, orchestra or jazz ensembles at the
secondary level. Preference will be given to candidates who possess the capacity for multiple
musical fields. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education.
How amended: added to the first line biographical information that explains the donor's
reason to establish this award.
Bill Ramey Award in Microbiology and Immunology - A $1,000 award has been made
available through an endowment established by students, family, friends, colleagues and the
Department of Microbiology and Immunology to honour Dr. Ramey's enduring legacy at the
University of British Columbia. It will be awarded to an undergraduate student who has made an
outstanding contribution to the Department of Microbiology and Immunology through dedication
to student life and the development of the community. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Science.
How amended: removed reference to the Microbiology and Immunology Students'
Association as the main donor to better describe the collective nature of the fundraising
effort behind the establishment of this award.
#409 Charles and Alice Borden Fellowship in Archaeology - A $9,900 fellowship has been
made available through an endowment established by Charles E. Borden, PhD, Litt.D. (h.c),
Professor Emeritus of Archaeology. Dr. Borden's teaching at UBC and his archaeological
research in the Fraser Canyon and other parts of this province set the foundations for
Archaeology in British Columbia. The fellowship is awarded to a qualified candidate in the
program leading to the PhD in Archaeology. In selecting the recipient, preference is given to a
candidate whose thesis topic is concerned with problems related to the archaeology and cultural
history of the Pacific Northwest. The remainder of the annual income may be used for a second
fellowship to be awarded to a PhD candidate whose thesis topic is concerned with problems
pertaining to the archaeology and prehistory in any area of the Old or New World. The award is
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made on the recommendation of the Department of Anthropology, in consultation with the
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated department name.
#420 Murray Stratton Memorial Scholarship - A $150 scholarship has been made available
through an endowment established by his friends and associates, in memory of Murray Stratton,
who was at the time of his death, Program Director for Health with the Canadian Council on
Social Development. The award is made to a student in the MSc program in the School of
Population and Public Health on the recommendation of the School of Population and Public
Health in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated name of recommending body.
#455 Dean Warren D Kitts Scholarship - A $1,000 scholarship has been made available
through an endowment established by friends and former students of Dr. Warren D. Kitts in 1984
on the occasion of his retirement as Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, in recognition
of his distinguished contributions to the agricultural sciences and his interest in graduate student
research. Eligible students must have completed either the BSc (APBI), BSc (FNH), or BSc
(GRS) at the University of British Columbia and must be proceeding to graduate studies at this
University in a field relating to the scientific basis of agriculture and food production. The award
is given to a graduate student in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems, on the recommendation
of the Faculty, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: replaced BSc (Agro) - does not exist anymore - with the BSc (APBI);
clarified eligible graduate programs and the name of the recommending body.
#473 Professor Anne Crichton Prize - A prize of $200 has been made available through an
endowment established by friends, colleagues and former students to honour Dr. Anne Crichton,
who served with distinction as Professor in the Department of Health Care and Epidemiology,
now known as the School of Population and Public Health, and as Director of the MSc Program
in Health Services Planning and Administration. The prize is awarded to a PhD student. The
award is made on the recommendation of the School of Population and Public Health.
How amended: amended the name of the recommending body given that the Department
of Health Care and Epidemiology has been replaced by the School of Population and
Public Health.
#491 Rick Hansen "Man-In-Motion" Fellowship - Two fellowships of $16,000 each are
offered to physically disabled students enrolled in a full-time graduate program at this
University. The awards are made available by the University of British Columbia to honour the
incredible determination and many personal achievements of Rick Hansen, B.P.E. 1986 and
Doctor of Laws, honoris causa. His two-year world tour, completed in 1987, changed public
attitudes and the prospects for the disabled. The fellowship winners are selected by the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies from among nominations received from the Departments of
the University. The deadline for nominations is May 15.
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How amended: removed reference to University Graduate Fellowships, as they do not
exist anymore, and replaced it with the yearly fellowship value.
#493 Effie I Lefeaux Scholarship in Intellectual Disability - One or more scholarships to a
total of $1,300 are offered to graduate students working in the area of intellectual disabilities.
The funds are provided through a bequest from the estate of Effie I. Lefeaux. The awards are
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: changed title so that the scholarship is in Intellectual Disability instead of
Mental Retardation to reflect societal depreciation of latter definition of this area of
study.
#1299 Ian T. Okabe Prize in Climatology - A $250 prize has been made available through an
endowment established by Dr. Ian T. Okabe for an undergraduate or graduate student studying
Climatology in the Atmospheric Science Program. No student may receive this award more than
once. The Atmospheric Science Program is jointly sponsored by the Department of Earth, Ocean
& Atmospheric Sciences and the Department of Geography. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Chair of the Atmospheric Science Program, and, in case of graduate
students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: changed adjudication criteria as a result of the cancellation of the
Honours program in Climatology and its replacement with the Atmospheric Science
Program; opened adjudication criteria to graduate students; change in the
recommending body.
#1345 Michelle Lynn Rosa Memorial Prize - Prizes totalling $525 have been made available
through an endowment established by friends and family in memory of Michelle Lynn Rosa
(1980-2004), a graduate of UBC in Honours English, who was pursuing an MA in English at
McGill at the time of her death and was remarkable for her independence, scholarship and
generosity. The awards are offered to graduate students studying in the area of women's studies
and gender relations. They are made on the recommendation of the Institute for Gender, Race,
Sexuality and Social lustice, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral
Studies
How amended: updated name of recommending body.
#1618 Stuart Olson Construction Scholarship - A $150 scholarship has been made available
through an endowment established by Stuart Olson Construction Ltd for an undergraduate
student in Management Information Systems. The award is made on the recommendation of the
Sauder School of Business.
How amended: change in the award title and calendar description to reflect donor's new
corporate name.
#1823 Monarch Pediatric Dental Centre Graduate Fellowship - Three fellowships of $2,000
each are offered by Monarch Pediatric Dental Centre to first year dental students in the Graduate
Pediatric Program. To be considered candidates must be either a Canadian citizen or a permanent
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resident. The awards are renewable for the second and third year. Recommendations are made by
the Faculty of Dentistry in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: renewable wording added.
#1916 Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association Elsie Roy Bursary - A bursary
of $600 is offered by the Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association in honour of Elsie
Roy. Miss Roy, who was the author of one of the first reading textbooks used in Vancouver's
primary classrooms, was an outstanding teacher and supervisor who served the Vancouver public
school system for 44 years. The award is offered to students who are residents of Vancouver or
who have attended a Vancouver elementary public school, and who are enrolled in the UBC
Bachelor of Education, Elementary Program. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
How amended: updated program name to reflect the change in the BEd (Elementary)
program from a two-year to a one-year program.
#1917 Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association A.E. Henderson Memorial
Bursary - A bursary of $600 is offered by the Vancouver Elementary School Teachers'
Association in honour of A.E. Henderson, a former teacher in Vancouver's public elementary
schools. The award is offered to students who are residents of Vancouver or who have attended a
Vancouver elementary public school, and who are enrolled in the UBC Bachelor of Education,
Elementary Program. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
How amended: updated program name to reflect the change in the B.Ed. Elementary
program from a two-year to a one-year program.
#2247 Harold A. Steane Memorial Award - A $5,000 award is offered by the Harold A Steane
Memorial Fund, in memory of Harold A. Steane, to a student entering either of the last two years
of the mineral process undergraduate program. Preference is given to a student with
demonstrated dedication to the mineral industry and the ability in working with others. The
award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Mining Engineering.
How amended: removed "any year of the Master's program "from the criteria so award
will only be offered to undergraduate mining engineering students.
#3205 W J Lyle Memorial Scholarship - A $1,500 scholarship has been made available
through an endowment established as a memorial to Mr. W. I. (Bill) Lyle, former Deputy
Minister of Medical and Hospital Programs. Mr. Lyle's civil service career spanned 54 years, and
he played a key role in implementing the hospital insurance system in British Columbia. The
scholarship fund was organized by the B.C. Health Association and B.C. Ministry of Health
employees, and supplemented by generous contributions from the Mr. & Mrs. P. A. Woodward
Foundation and the Government of British Columbia. The scholarship is awarded to a student in
the Master of Health Administration program who has demonstrated academic ability and is
deemed likely to contribute to improved planning, organization, management, or governance in
the health care field. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Population and
Public Health in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
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How amended: updated name of recommending body.
#3209 Crohn's and Colitis Canada Prize - A $1,000 prize is offered by the Crohn's and Colitis
Canada to a student in the Faculty of Medicine showing particular interest and achievement in
the field of gastroenterology. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
How amended: change in the award name and description to reflect new name of the
organization donor.
#3253 Lloyd F Detwiller Scholarship in Health Administration - A $100 scholarship has
been made available through an endowment established in memory of Mr. Lloyd F. Detwiller
who was for many years administrator of the UBC Health Sciences Centre Hospital. The award
is based on academic excellence and demonstrated interest in the field of Hospital
Administration. It is offered to a student in the Health Administration program on the
recommendation of the School of Population and Public Health in consultation with the Faculty
of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated name of recommending body.
#3288 George R F Elliot Fellowship in Community Health - A $5,250 fellowship, made
available through an endowment established by the B.C. Medical Services Foundation, is offered
to a graduate student in any of the three graduate programs in Community Health (Master of
Health Sciences, MSc or PhD). The award is made on the recommendation of the School of
Population and Public Health, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral
Studies.
How amended: updated name of recommending body.
#3293 University of British Columbia School of Environmental Health Graduate
Scholarship - A $1,500 scholarship is offered to a full-time graduate student entering the first
year of the Master's degree program in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. The award is
made on the recommendation of the MScOEH Program Director, in consultation with the
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated name of the recommending body.
#3344 Wallace Berry Memorial Prize in Music Theory - A $550 prize has been made
available through an endowment established by family, friends and colleagues of Professor
Wallace Berry and is offered to an undergraduate or graduate student demonstrating aptitude and
achievement in the study of music theory. The prize is made on the recommendation of the
School of Music and in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: changed award criteria by opening the adjudication process to
undergraduate students.
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#3958 McLean Family Men's Basketball Award - One or more awards, which may range
from a minimum value of $500 each to the maximum allowable under athletic association
regulations, are offered to outstanding members of the Thunderbird Basketball Team in any year
of study. Awards are made on the recommendation of the President's Athletic Awards
Committee.
How amended: changed award title as per the donor's request.
#4325 Bruce Marshall Prize - Established by the Physics Society of the University of B.C., this
prize of $150 is presented to the student who, having won no other major private award, grant,
fellowship, or scholarship, has in the opinion of the instructor contributed the most to the quality
of class discussion in Physics 408. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department
of Physics and Astronomy in the Faculty of Science.
How amended: removed reference to the Honours section of Physics 408; added name of
recommending body.
#4819 Leonard S Klinck Memorial Fellowship - Fellowships totalling $14,000 have been
made available through an endowment established by the late Dean Emeritus Blythe Eagles and
Violet E. Eagles on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the University. The awards are to
honour Leonard S. Klinck, the first Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (1914-1919)
and second President of the University (1919-1944). The awards are offered to students
registered in Graduate Programs in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems and is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated name of recommending body and clarified student eligibility
criteria.
#4895 Li Tze Fong Memorial Fellowship - These awards have been endowed to the glory of
God and in memory of Mr. Li Tze Fong by his son Li Fook Tai. The fellowships carry a stipend
of $25,000 (subject to change) are open to outstanding graduates from any institution and
country and are for full time study and research leading to a master or doctorate degree in any
field of study which is offered at the University. Candidates are selected from applicants for
Affiliated Fellowships. Recipients will be known as Li Tze Fong Scholars.
How amended: updated competition name from "University Graduate Fellowships" to
"Affiliated Fellowships ".
#5367 Stuart Olson Construction Management Engineering Award - Awards totalling
$2,000 are offered by Stuart Olson Construction Ltd. to third or fourth year students in the Civil
Engineering Program who demonstrate excellence in the study of construction management. To
be considered, candidates must have achieved at least a B average in their previous year of study.
Recommendations are made by the Department of Civil Engineering in the Faculty of Applied
Science.
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How amended: change in the award title and calendar description to reflect donor's new
corporate name.
#5625 Hy and Lee Schechter Scholarship - Scholarships totalling $1,650 have been made
available through an endowment established in honour of Hy and Lee Schechter for students
entering the final year of graduate studies in the School of Population and Public Health who
combine academic excellence with contributions to the University and to improvements in health
in communities. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Population and
Public Health in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated name of recommending body.
#5890 Alexander, Holburn, Beaudin + Lang Award in Law - The law firm Alexander,
Holburn, Beaudin + Lang LLP has established a $1,000 award for a student entering the third
year of the ID program who has achieved high academic standing in their second year and has
demonstrated involvement in community or student affairs. This award has been established to
honour the memory of Ernest A. Alexander, Q.C. who passed away unexpectedly in 1983 and
who, throughout his professional career, never lost sight of the human aspect of the practice of
law. The recommendation will be made by the Faculty of Law. Students must apply for this
award.
How amended: clarified at what year level the student's achievement will be adjudicated
on.
#6354 Graduate Scholarship in Curriculum Studies - A $900 scholarship has been made
available through an endowment established for a doctoral student in the Department of
Curriculum Studies. Adjudication is based on Department rankings of applications for the
AFF/SSHRC competition. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of
Curriculum Studies in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: updated competition name from "UGF (University Graduate
Fellowships)/SSHRC" to "AFF (Affiliated Fellowships)/SSHRC".
#6402 Graduate Student Travel Award in Pharmaceutical Sciences - Travel awards totalling
$2,000 are offered to enable graduate students in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences to
attend conferences or symposia at which they will present a poster or an academic paper. The
awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: removed donor's name from the calendar description.
#6457 Charlotte Douglas Fee Graduate Award - A $1,000 award is offered, in memory of
Charlotte Douglas Fee, to a graduate student at the UBC Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality
and Social lustice (GRSI). The award is made on the recommendation of the GRSI's graduate
committee in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
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How amended: updated Institute's name and, as a consequence, name of the
recommending body.
#6462 Freda Pagani Scholarship in Sustainability - Scholarships totalling $1,200 have been
made available through an endowment established by family and friends in honour of Freda
Pagani for graduate students in Resource Management and Environmental Studies (RMES). As
founder and director of the Sustainability Office at UBC, Freda helped to develop green building
guidelines for campus facilities, initiated an energy management program, created the UBC
Social, Ecological, Economic, Development Studies Program (SEEDS), and developed a
community energy and water plan. In addition, Freda led the creation of the University's first
ecologically friendly building, the C.K. Choi Building. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: removed CFIS as recommending body and replaced it with IRES
(Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability).
#7875 University Women's Club of Vancouver Bursary for Students with Disabilities -
One or more bursaries totaling $1500 are offered by The University Women's Club of
Vancouver to students with disabilities. Preference is given to students with visual impairment.
In addition to financial need, the academic standing of the candidate will be considered.
Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
How amended: revised award name and criteria to also offer award to students with
other types of disabilities.
#7959 Cy and Emerald KEYES Bursary in Materials Engineering - Bursaries to a total of
$2,000 have been made available by the late Cy and Emerald Keyes for students in Materials
Engineering. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Department of Materials
Engineering to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
How amended: changed award title and calendar description to reflect the current names
of the program and the department.
#8028 Burrard Charitable Foundation Bursary - A $750 bursary is offered by the Burrard
Charitable Foundation, through funds administered by the Vancouver Foundation, for students
with disabilities. Preference will be given to students with visual impairment. Adjudication is
made by Enrolment Services.
How amended: amended award name and description to broaden the criteria and include
students with other types of disability.
#8074 Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association Frances M. Worledge Bursary
- A $600 bursary is offered by the Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association in
honour of Miss Frances M. Worledge, who studied at the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce
in England before receiving her BEd (Secondary) degree from UBC in 1965. She retired in 1987
after teaching for thirty years at Florence Nightingale Elementary School in Vancouver. Her long
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and valuable service to the B.C. Teachers' Federation and to the Vancouver Elementary School
Teachers' Association earned her Honorary Life Membership in both organizations. The award
is offered to students who are residents of Vancouver or who have attended a Vancouver
elementary public school, and who are enrolled in the UBC Bachelor of Education, Elementary
Program. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
How amended: updated program name to reflect the change in the BEd (Elementary)
program from a two-year to a one-year program.
#8303 Scudamore Bursary - Two bursaries at $1,000 each are offered by Owen Salisbury
Scudamore, BA '50, BASc. '51, in loving memory of his brother Lieutenant lohn Trelawny
Scudamore, killed in action October 28, 1944, and of his wife Nancy Florence Scudamore (nee
Harvey), BA '50. The bursaries are awarded based on financial need, with one award given to a
student in the Bachelor of Education program (Secondary or Middle Years) majoring in Physical
Education, and one to an undergraduate student in Engineering, with preference given to a
student in Chemical Engineering. Adjudication is made by Enrolment Services.
How amended: name and description amended to make the award also available to
students in Engineering.
#8454 Leone and Robert HAMMOND Memorial Bursary - Bursaries, totaling $13800, have
been made available through an endowment established by the Estate of Robert Hammond. The
bursaries are offered in memory of Robert and his wife, Leone (BA '46), for students who
demonstrate financial need in Education, Social Work or Music. Adjudication is made by
Enrolment Services.
How amended: changed award type from annual to endowed.
#8462 Mike Sauze Memorial Award in Forestry - A $2000 award was established by the late
Mike Sauze, BSF '62, for an undergraduate student in any year of study, in the Faculty of
Forestry. Preference is given to a student specializing in Forest Operations. Candidates must be
in good academic standing. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Forestry.
How amended: award type changed from a bursary to an academic award to broaden the
pool of candidates (to be implemented in the 2014W Session).
#8512 Janet Fleck Ladner Award in Planning and Architecture - Two awards of $5,000
each are offered, through a partnership between the Minerva Foundation for BC Women and the
UBC Faculty of Applied Science, to female graduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science.
The Minerva Foundation is a BC organization that assists women and promotes the development
of women leaders through education. One award is offered to a student in planning and one
award to a student in architecture. Candidates considered will have demonstrated outstanding
qualities of integrity, dedication, perseverance, and strong determination to overcome adversities
in completing their degrees. Preference will be given to single mothers or mature students who
want to upgrade their skills when returning to the workforce after an absence. The awards are
made on the recommendation of the School of Community and Regional Planning and the
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School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate
and Postdoctoral Studies.
How amended: award type changed from a bursary to a faculty-recommended graduate
service award; amended criteria to offer award only to graduate students in planning
and architecture who have demonstrated the qualities specified in the description.
Adjudication body also amended.
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