Senate Agenda
May 18 , 2005

I MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED IN CLOSED SESSION
1.

Report of the Senate Committee on Honorary Degrees

This report will be distributed to members of Senate at the meeting. Documentation will be available for examination by eligible members of Senate the day preceding the Senate meeting in the Office of the University Secretary, Room 312 Administration Building.

II CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES - MAY 2004
This report will be available at the Senate meeting. A copy of the list of graduands will be kept at the front table for examination by members of Senate.
III REPORT ON MEDALS AND PRIZES TO BE AWARDED AT THE MAY CONVOCATION
This report will be available at the front table in the Senate Chamber for examination by members of Senate.
IV ELECTION OF SENATE REPRESENTATIVES
1. To the Board of Governors
2. To the Senate Executive Committee
3. Election of a Student Member to the Senate Executive Committee
V MATTERS RECOMMENDED FOR CONCURRENCE WITHOUT DEBATE
1. Report of the Senate Committee on Curriculum and Course Changes
Re: Minor Course and Curriculum Changes
VI MATTERS FORWARDED FOR INFORMATION
1. In Memoriam Dean Emeritus John W. Neilson
2. Report of the Senate Committee on Awards
3. Student Advocacy Annual Report
4.

Annual Reports of Standing Committees of Senate

(a) Academic Computing
(b) Academic Dress
(c) Academic Freedom
(d) Academic Review
(e) Admissions
(f) Admission Appeals
(g) Animal Care
(h) Appeals
(i) Approved Teaching Centres
(j) Awards
(k) Calendar
(l) Curriculum and Course Changes
(m) Ethics of Research Involving Human Subjects
(n) Honorary Degrees
(o) Instruction and Evaluation
(p) Medical Qualifications
(q) Nominations
(r) Planning and Priorities
(s) Rules and Procedures
(t) University Research

VII REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
VIII QUESTION PERIOD

Senators are reminded that questions shall normally be submitted in writing to the University Secretary no later than 10:00 a.m. of the day preceding the meeting.
IX CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF APRIL 6, 2005
X BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES
XI REPORTS OF THE SENATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND THE SENATE PLANNING AND PRIORITIES COMMITTEE
  1.

Report of the Senate Executive Committee

  2.

Report of the Senate Planning and Priorities Committee

(a) The Chair will make an oral report on the Committee's activities.
(b) Proposed site location: Aboriginal Student Centre.
(c) Proposed site location: Visitors Centre (with facilities for Public Affairs, Security Services, and Parking Services)
(d) Proposed site location: English Language Centre and Physical Plant Expansion
(e) Proposed site location: Parking Structure on the Bannatyne Campus
XII

REPORTS OF OTHER COMMITTEES OF SENATE, FACULTY AND SCHOOL COUNCILS

1.

Report of the Faculty of Graduate Studies on graduate program modifications - Ph.D. in Social Work

(a) Report of the Senate Planning and Priorities Committee
2. Report of the Faculty of Graduate Studies on graduate program proposals - Master of Science in Environment and Geography
(a) Report of the Senate Planning and Priorities Committee
(b) Comments of the Senate Executive Committee
3. Report of the Senate Committee on Instruction and Evaluation re: Use of Electronic Devices in Examinations
4. Report of the Senate Committee on Admissions
(a) Re: Asper School of Business transfer credit for courses in the Certified General Accountants Program
(b) Re: Bachelor of Recreation Management and Community Development (BRMCD) Program admission policy changes
(c) Re: Grade equivalency table for transferable Advanced Placement Courses
5. Proposal of University 1 for Option 4 entry to University 1
(a) Report of the Senate Committee on Admissions
(b) Report of the Senate Committee on Instruction and Evaluation
X ADDITIONAL BUSINESS
XI ADJOURNMENT