SENATE AGENDAS
October 4, 2006

Presentation: The United Way Campaign at the University of Manitoba will make a presentation regarding the 2006 campaign.

I CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES - OCTOBER 2006
 
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.
II REPORT ON MEDALS AND PRIZES TO BE AWARDED AT THE OCTOBER CONVOCATION
  This report will be available at the front table in the Senate Chamber for examination by members of Senate.
III MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED IN CLOSED SESSION
IV MATTERS RECOMMENDED FOR CONCURRENCE WITHOUT DEBATE
V MATTERS FORWARDED FOR INFORMATION
  1. Report of the Senate Committee on Awards
  2. In Memoriam Professor Snehesh Kumar (Sapan) Sinha
  3. In Memoriam Professor Raymond Earle Chant
  4. Correspondence from the Vice-President (Academic) & Provost
    a) re: Ph.D. Program in Applied Health Sciences
VI REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
VII 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.

VIII CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 6, 2006
IX BUSINESS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES
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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) Informational memo sent to the Committee by the President

XI REPORTS OF OTHER COMMITTEES OF SENATE, FACULTY AND SCHOOL COUNCILS
  1. Proposal of the Faculty Council of Science for the creation of a new Department of Biological Sciences
  2. Report of the Senate Committee on Admissions
    a) re: I.H. Asper School of Business on limited guaranteed admission for its Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) program
    b) re: School of Medical Rehabilitation to make numberous changes to the admission requirements for its Respiratory Therapy program
    c) re: Proposal to allow transfer credit to be considered, on a course-by-course basis, for standard level examinations in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program
    d) re: Faculty of Pharmacy requiring applicants to submit an adult criminal record check and a child abuse registry check
    e) re: Faculty of Education to add a number of teachable minors for admission to the Early Years and Middle Years programs
    f) re: Faculty of Education to change its admission requirements related to "General Science" as a teachable subject
    g) re: Faculty of Nursing to admit transfer students to its Bachelor of Nursing program
  3. Report of the Senate Committee on Nominations re: Student nominating sub-committee
XII ADDITIONAL BUSINESS
  1. Peguis First Nation Science Symposium presentation
XIII ADJOURNMENT
 
This Senate meeting will take place at the Black Hole Theatre, Lower Level, University College.