Senate Agendas
 

June 28, 2006

I MATTERS RECOMMENDED FOR CONCURRENCE WITHOUT DEBATE
  1. Report of the Senate Committee on Curriculum and Course Changes
re: Minor Course and Curriculum Changes
  2. Report of the Senate Committee on Medical Qualifications
re: Dr. Heinz Feldmann

Note: A copy of Dr. Feldmann's full curriculum vitae is available for inspection by members of Senate in the Office of the University Secretary, Room 312 Administration Building

  3. Report of the Faculty of Graduate Studies on course proposals/modifications/deletions
II MATTERS FORWARDED FOR INFORMATION
  1. Report of the Senate Committee on Awards
  2. In Memoriam Professor Lawrence Ivan Ritchey
  3. In Memoriam Professor Emeritus Joan Townsend
III REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
IV 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.
V CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF MAY 17, 2006
VI BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES
  1. Election of Senate Representatives to the Senate Executive Committee
VII 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 of the Committee's activities

b) Proposed Sport and Active Living Precinct

c) Proposed Site Location: Dafoe Library Annex

VIII REPORTS OF OTHER COMMITTEES OF SENATE, FACULTY AND SCHOOL COUNCILS
  1. Report of the Faculty of Graduate Studies on graduate program Changes re: Nursing and Botany and Zoology
  2. Report of the Senate Committee on Approved Teaching Centres
  3. Senate Committee on Admissions
    (a) re: proposal to set a minimum academic standard for admission to any program or faculty
    (b) re: proposal from the Faculty of Education to eliminate the applicant interview in the admission process for its B.Ed. Program
    (c) re: proposal from the Faculty of Education to eliminate Social Studies as a "teachable" subject for applicants to the Early and Middle Years streams in its B.Ed. Program
  4. Report of the Senate Committee on Nominations
IX ADDITIONAL BUSINESS
X ADJOURNMENT