L. Batt, R. Clews, S. DeVink, I. Fraser, S. Hale, N. Kinsella, P.
Lee, P. MacDonald, P. Malcolmson, C. McCormick, M. McGowan, E. McKim,
R. Myers, D. O’Brien (Chair), T. Parkhill, J. Rahn, B. Randall,
(Gero. Rep) H. Richmond, S. Rodriguez, M.E. Smith
K. Ampong, J. Gilbert-Walsh, P.Hawkins, M. MacDonald, S. Narine, P.
Ouellette, S. Reid-MacNevin, N. Seely, D. van den Hoonaard
R. Bittermann, R. Chrisjohn, J. Gaudet, D. Gupta, D. Robinson, J.
That the agenda be adopted as circulated.
a) Dr. O’Brien
announced that the new Forest Hill Residence received a Fredericton
City Hall award.
b) Dr. Clews announced the involvement of St. Thomas University in
the Metropolis Project.
a) MOTION: That the minutes
of the November 20, 2003 meeting be adopted as circulated.
That the minutes of the December 4, 2003 meeting be adopted as circulated.
4. Business Arising
announced that the University Strategic Research Plan 2003-2008 had
been amended with the revised second paragraph.
5. Admissions and Academic Standing Committee
had approved the Evelyn Sweezey Scholarship and submitted it for Senate
That Senate approve the Evelyn Sweezey Scholarship.
That Senate receive the Curriculum Committee report.
That Senate approve the changes in the Spanish curriculum.
agreed that the text would be revised for Calendar publication. It
was also agreed that Senate did not need to approve the Certificate
of Competency in Spanish because it was an external credential.
Immersion programme was not considered by Senate.
MOTION: That Senate approve NATI 3403 The Archaeology of First Nations’
That Senate approve the revisions to the Anthropology programme as
It was agreed to set aside the normal 7-day notice for the following
curriculum committee proposals.
MOTION: That Senate approve the following:
e) SOCI 2543 Sociology of Religion CARRIED.
f) SOCI 3163 Development Issues CARRIED.
g) ENGL 3363 The Transcendent Romantics CARRIED.
h) ENGL 3373 The Visionary Romantics CARRIED.
i) ENGL 3103 Creative Writing: Poetry Workshop CARRIED.
j) ENVS 3006 Environmental Policy and Praxis CARRIED.
k) FREN 3603 Civilisation francophone 1: Europe française
FREN 3613 Civilisation francophone 2: Amérique française
FREN 3623 Civilisation francophone 3: Maghreb
FREN 3633 Civilisation francophone 4: Afrique subsaharienne et Caraïbes
l) That the following course numbers be changed:
to FREN 4503
FREN 3513 to FREN 4513
FREN 3523 to FREN 4523
FREN 3533 to FREN 4533
FREN 3543 to FREN 4543
FREN 3553 to FREN 4553
FREN 3563 to FREN 4563
FREN 3573 to FREN 4573
Introduction to African History
HIST 3573 African History in Global Context
HIST 3963 Modernity and the Rise of Consumerism
in Canada, 1880-1980.
Historians and World History
HIST 4156 Revolutions in the Modern World
Seminar in Popular Psychology
PSYC 1013/1023 Introduction to Psychology. Change in description.
PSYC 4263 Seminar in Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 3613 Principles and Theories of Counselling and Psychotherapy
PSYC 2163 Drugs and Behaviour
Introduction to Journalism
JOUR 1033 Law and the Media in Canada
JOUR 2023 Introduction to Journalistic Writing
JOUR 2013 Introduction to Broadcast Journalism
JOUR 2053 Pictures at Eleven: Understanding Television News
JOUR 3023 Telling Stories with Sound: Radio News 1
C and D Courses
That Senate ask the Curriculum Committee to develop a more substantial
list of criteria for these groups.
thanked Prof. Rahn and the members of his committee for their work
on the curriculum.
of earlier involvement in this appeal the following members left the
meeting: Larry Batt, Peter MacDonald, Rick Myers.
of the ad hoc review committee, reviewed the events of the appeal.
That Mr. Curnew’s appeal be denied and that he be offered a
retroactive withdrawal for Anthropology 3643, without academic penalty.
reported on the Philosophy, Psychology, and Economics departmental
proposed and agreed to postpone the review of CORE 2003.
That Senate approve: ENGL 3216 Advanced Drama Production
ENGL 4213 Seminar in Performance and Production
a) In response
to Dr. Hale’s question about a possible new building on campus,
Dr. O’Brien described the process by which ideas for new buildings
move through the planning stages.
b) In response
to Dr. Hale’s request for information on a course release, Dr.
Clews indicated her understanding of the implementation period.
The meeting adjourned
at 4:50 p.m.
January 14, 2004 Larry Batt
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