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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA


Minutes of the meeting of the Senate held in the Senate Room, University,

Nedlands on Monday, 27 June 2005, at 4.00 pm


PRESENT:


The Chancellor (Dr K C Michael) in the Chair, the Vice-Chancellor (Professor A Robson), Dr S Baker, Professor S Bunt, Clinical Professor L A Cala, Mr J Fogarty, Ms G Gooding, Mr D Griffiths, Ms N Hepburn, Dr A Howarth, Mrs J Jones, Ms N Mast, Ms V Morgan, Ms N Nugraweni, Dr T Quickenden, Mr L G Rowe, Ms E Smyth, Mrs C Tang.


By Invitation: the student member elect (Ms S Byers), the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Professor M Seares), the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation)(Professor D McEachern), the Executive Director (Academic Services) and Registrar (Mr P W Curtis), the Executive Director (Finance and Resources) (Ms G McMath), the Vice-President of the Academic Staff Association (Dr S Penrose), the Vice-President of the National Tertiary Education Union (Mr T Stewart), the representative of the Community & Public Sector Union (Mr J Wintle), the Director of Public Affairs (Mr C Campbell-Fraser), the Acting Executive Officer, Vice-Chancellery (Mr D Durack).


Mrs J Massey as Secretary.


APOLOGIES:


the Pro Chancellor (The Hon Justice C Wheeler), Professor G Martin, Mr M Zilko, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) (Professor B Probert).


PERSONAL


The Senate congratulated the Chancellor on the announcement of his forthcoming appointment as State Governor. Members also congratulated Dr Tony Howarth on his Western Australian Citizen of the Year award.


1. DECLARATION OF INTEREST


The Chair invited members to declare interests in relation to any item on the agenda. No interests were declared.


2. MINUTES


RESOLVED – 47


that the minutes of the meeting held on 23 May 2005 be confirmed.


3. ADMISSION TO DEGREES AND AWARD OF DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES


RESOLVED – 48


that the candidates named below be admitted to their respective degrees:


Bachelor of Arts


..

Oded AVRAHAM

Catherine Ann COMMANDER

Michael Derrick HOLLICK


Bachelor of Commerce


..

May Khim Jean SAW

Rickie-Lee VIDLER


Bachelor of Economics


..

Carly Joy ANDERSON


Bachelor of Engineering


..

Marcin ZAWADZKI


Bachelor of Physical and Health Education


..

Luke Anthony SKERRATT


Bachelor of Science


..

David Alan DETATA

Shaun Timothy NEW


Bachelor of Science with Second Class Honours (Division A)


..

Sze-Hsien Jolie TAN


Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science)


..

Tara Lyn FERNANDEZ


Master of Business Administration


..

Kevin Shaun GIBSON

Peter Anatol KRAWEC

Thomas John NOLAN

Ling Wen WONG


Master of Business Administration (Advanced)


..

Yuhao ZHAO


Master of Clinical Audiology


..

Steven John ITALIANO


Master of Economics

..

John Philip McCARTNEY


Master of Educational Management


..

Chiew Inn WAN


Master of Educational Management with Honours


..

Gurdish Kaur GILL


Master of Educational Studies

..

Yin Ping Apple LEE


Master of Forensic Science


..

David Alan DETATA


Master of Manual Therapy


..

Rachel McILDUFF


Master of Psychology


..

Charmaine Ann CAMERON


Master of Public Health


..

Kim Howard LEIGHTON

Denise Leonie SULLIVAN


Doctor of Philosophy


..

Barbara AKHURST

Charmaine Ann CAMERON

Sonĵa Elizabeth HALL

Joko PRIYONO

Gary James RIVERS


RESOLVED – 49

that the candidates named below be awarded their respective diplomas:


Graduate Diploma in Business Administration


..

Felisia ANDIWINATI


Graduate Diploma in Education


..

Alison DEANUS

Luke Anthony SKERRATT


Graduate Diploma in Oil and Gas Engineering


..

Iftikhar ALTAF

Stuart Maxwell BOND



4. APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS AND AWARDS OF TENURE


Senate noted the following information on appointments, promotions and awards of tenure, in accordance with Senate Resolution 274/00:


Promotion to Professor


Associate Professor Philippa Maddern (School of Humanities)

Associate Professor Michael Paech (Division of Anaesthesia, School of Medicine and Pharmacology)

Associate Professor Robert Stick (School of Biomedical, Biomolecular and Chemical Sciences)

Award of Tenure


Professor Philip Weinstein (School of Population Health)

Dr Mark Cassidy (Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems)

Dr Lorna Rosenwax (Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry)


Promotion to Senior Lecturer


Dr Penny Lee (Graduate School of Education)

Dr Srilata Ravi (French Studies, European Languages and Studies, School of Humanities)


Adjunct/Clinical Appointments


Name

School/Centre

Appointment

Term of Office

Dr John Masarei

Surgery and Pathology

Clinical Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Professor Mark Adams

Natural and Agricultural Sciences

Adjunct Professor

01.07.05-30.06.08

Dr Richard How

Anatomy and Human Biology

Adjunct Professor

25.05.05-24.05.08

Dr Neil Turner

Legumes in Mediterranean Climates

Adjunct Professor

12.05.05-11.05.08

Dr Christopher Heath

Medicine and Pharmacology

Clinical Associate Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Dr John Walsh

Medicine and Pharmacology

Clinical Associate Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Luc Delriviere

Surgery and Pathology

Clinical Associate Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Ronald Hagan

Women’s and Infants’ Health

Clinical Associate Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Louisa Lawrance

Earth and Geographical Sciences

Adjunct Associate Professor

03.10.04-30.10.07

Dr Steven Mutsaers

Medicine and Pharmacology

Adjunct Associate Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Jacqueline Bentel

Surgery and Pathology

Adjunct Associate Professor

06.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Julie Rowe

Child Health Research

Adjunct Senior Lecturer

01.05.08-30.06.08

Dr Deborah Strickland

Child Health Research

Adjunct Senior Lecturer

01.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Helen Slattery

Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences

Adjunct Senior Lecturer

01.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Boris Baer

Animal Biology

Adjunct Lecturer

26.05.05-25.05.08

Dr Anita Van Den Biggelaar

Child Health Research

Adjunct Lecturer

01.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Stephanie Yerkovich

Child Health Research

Adjunct Lecturer

01.05.05-30.06.08

Dr Brian Chia

Life and Physical Sciences

Adjunct Lecturer

31.05.05-30.05.08

Dr Shan Goh

Life and Physical Sciences

Adjunct Lecturer

31.05.05-30.05.08

Dr Alex Juminaga

Life and Physical Sciences

Adjunct Lecturer

31.05.05-30.05.08

Dr Ricky Lareu

Life and Physical Sciences

Adjunct Lecturer

31.05.05-30.05.08

Dr Louis Bucci

Centre for Global Metallogeny

Adjunct Research Fellow

23.01.05-22.01.08

Mrs Nola Olsen

Population Health

Adjunct Research Fellow

01.05.05-30.06.08


Continuation of Head of School


Associate Professor Dale Roberts (Animal Biology) from 28 May 2005 to 31 December 2005

Professor John Newnham (Women’s and Infants’ Health) from 1 July 2005 to 30 June 2008

Professor Brian Blanksby (Human Movement and Exercise Science) until 31 December 2006.


5. REPORT OF THE MEETING OF THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL HELD ON 6 JUNE 2005


5.1 Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences – Medieval and Early Modern Studies – Ref F12460


RESOLVED – 50


(i) to approve the introduction of the Master of Medieval and Early Modern Studies by coursework and dissertation with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


    1. Faculty of Education – Graduate Diploma in Education (School of Music) – Ref F12699


RESOLVED – 51


(i) to approve the introduction of the Graduate Diploma in Education (School of Music) with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.3 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – Bachelor of Engineering – New Programme in Engineering – Water Resources Engineering – Ref F12422


RESOLVED – 52


(i) to approve the introduction of the new programme Water Resources Engineering in the Bachelor of Engineering with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the programme to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.

5.4 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – Graduate Diploma in Mathematical and Statistical Science – Ref F12461


RESOLVED – 53


(i) to approve the introduction of the Graduate Diploma in Mathematical and Statistical Science with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.5 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – Master of Engineering in Microelectronics – Ref F12462


RESOLVED – 54


(i) to approve the introduction of the Master of Engineering in Microelectronics with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.6 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – New Programme in Bachelor of Engineering – Process Instrumentation and Control – Ref F12506


RESOLVED – 55


(i) to approve the introduction of the new programme Process Instrumentation and Control in the Bachelor of Engineering with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the programme to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.7 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – Energy Management Systems in the Master of Engineering – Ref F5406


RESOLVED – 56


(i) to approve the introduction of the new field of study in Energy Management Systems in the Master of Engineering;


(ii) to approve the addition of the field of study to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.8 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – Deletion of Graduate Diploma in Computer and Mathematical Sciences – Ref 01/02/006/015


RESOLVED – 57


  1. that the Graduate Diploma in Computer and Mathematical Sciences be rescinded from 1 January 1006;


(ii) that the course be deleted from the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.9 Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics – Bachelor of Engineering Enabling Course – Ref F12673


Members noted that by R46 the Academic Council had approved a proposal from the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics to introduce an Engineering Enabling course.


5.10 Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences – Bachelor of Science Honours (Science Communication) – Ref F4788


RESOLVED – 58


(i) to approve the introduction of the Bachelor of Science Honours (Science Communication) with effect from July 2005;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.11 Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences – Change of Course Name – Bachelor of Science (Communication Studies) – Ref F4788


RESOLVED – 59


(i) that the Bachelor of Science (Communication Studies) be renamed the Bachelor of Science (Science Communication) with effect in 2006;


(ii) that the consequential change be made to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.12 Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry – Master of Emergency Medicine by Research and Master of Emergency Medicine by Thesis and Coursework – Ref F12203


RESOLVED – 60


(i) to approve the introduction of the Master of Emergency Medicine by research with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the introduction of the Master of Emergency Medicine by thesis and coursework with effect from 2006;


(iii) to approve the addition of the courses to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.13 Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry – Master of Clinical Research – Ref F12204


RESOLVED – 61


(i) to approve the introduction of the Master of Clinical Research with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Courses Regulations.


5.14 Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry – Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine – Ref F12700


RESOLVED – 62


(I) to approve the introduction of the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.15 Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry – Doctor of Physiotherapy – Ref F12663


RESOLVED - 63


(i) to approve the introduction of the Doctor of Physiotherapy with effect from 2006;


(ii) to approve the addition of the course to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.16 Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry – Change of Name – Ref F4915


RESOLVED – 64


that the name of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry be changed to the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences with effect from 1 January 2006.


5.17 Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences – Bachelor of Science – Ref F5006


RESOLVED – 65


(i) to approve the introduction of the following new programmes in the Bachelor of Science:


Horticulture

Viticulture

Viticulture and Oenology


(ii) to approve the addition of the new programmes to the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.18 Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences – Deletion of Bachelor of Science Courses


RESOLVED – 66


(i) that the following degree courses be rescinded with effect from 2006:


Bachelor of Science in Animal Science

Bachelor of Science in Horticulture and Viticulture

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Management

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management


(ii) that the courses be deleted from the Schedule to the Course Regulations.


5.19 Legislative Committee Constitution – Ref F11455


RESOLVED – 67


that the Legislative Committee’s constitution be amended as recommended.


5.20 Appeals process in the Case where there is Dissatisfaction with an Assessment Result and/or Progress Status – Ref F198


RESOLVED – 68


that the Regulations governing the Appeals process in the Case where there is Dissatisfaction with an Assessment Result and/or Progress Status be amended as recommended with effect from 1 July 2005.


6. SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE


6.1 Report of the Meeting of the External Environment Committee held on 8 June 2005


6.1.1 Membership of the Committee – Ref F11441


Members noted that Mr James Li, General Manager, CNOOC, had been appointed to the Committee as a co-opted member.


6.1.2 Operational Priorities Plan for 2006-2008 – Ref 02/12/001/002


Members were reminded that the Senate Programme for 2005 provides for the draft OPP for 2006-2008 to be considered at the August meeting.


6.1.3 Collaboration and Alliances


Members were asked to note the ongoing work being undertaken in the area of collaboration and alliances as set out in the minute item.


6.1.4 The Impact of Australia’s Ageing Population on the University


Members were advised that a full report on the impact of Australia’s ageing population would be submitted via the External Environment Committee to the Senate in October, rather than in June as specified in the Senate Programme. Interim advice on the progress of this project was contained in the minute item.


7. 2005 COMMONWEALTH LEARNING SCHOLARSHIPS (CLS) AND UWA SWANS SCHEME – REF F7838, F8091


Members noted the report on the administration of the 2005 Commonwealth Learning Scholarships Programme and the UWA SWANS Scheme.


8. PERTH INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL BOARD – MEMBERSHIP – REF 06/05/009/176


RESOLVED – 69


that Mr Laurie O’Meara and Mr Peter Leonhardt be reappointed to the Board of the UWA Perth International Arts Festival for a further three years from 7 June 2005 and 6 September 2005 respectively.


9. COMMERICALISATION PROTOCOLS – ANNEXURE ADDRESSING NATIONAL GOVERNANCE PROTOCOLS 10 AND 11 – REF F7512


RESOLVED – 70


that the annexure to the Commercialisation Protocols addressing National Governance Protocols 10 and 11 be approved


10. ANNUAL REPORTS.


Members noted that the following Annual Reports had been received:


  • Centre for Research for Women

  • Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences 2003

  • Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis

  • The University of Western Australia Sport and Recreation Association

  • Western Australian Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Annual Review

  • Australia's Academic and Research Network (AARNet)

  • The Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE)



11. REPORT OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR - REF F1326


Members had before them the Report of the Vice-Chancellor dated 27 June 2005.


The Vice-Chancellor drew attention to the following matters in his report: the announcement that UWA would host a new Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Plant Energy Biology and be a partner in two other centres; the award of a Federation Fellowship to Professor Mark Randolph; new chairs in exploration targeting, bio-geochemistry and structural biology which were being established with industry support; the receipt of European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) accreditation by the Graduate School of Management, the University’s 2005 Indigenous Education Statement; and the receipt of several major bequests. The Vice-Chancellor also provided members with an update on a number of issues relating to the University’s property interests and thanked the Executive Director, Finance and Resources, and her staff for their work in this area.


Senate noted with pleasure:


  • that a significant number of graduates of the University had been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for 2005.




  • that Associate Professor Gail Jones’ Sixty Lights won the major prize in the Premier’s Book Awards, and had also been shortlisted for the Miles Franklin award.


The Vice-Chancellor discussed the implications of the proposed merger of Curtin and Murdoch which had been reported in the media. He advised that the Executive remained firmly of the opinion that the University would be better able to achieve its ambition of international excellence by building on its position as a high quality research-intensive University in its own right. This was in line with views expressed by Senate in early 2004 and more recently when Senate had considered the positioning of UWA and matters relating to the future of higher education in Western Australia. In the current situation, the Executive would continue to examine the strategic implications of the proposed merger and ways to enhance the University’s profile both internationally, nationally and within Western Australia. This would involve forging alliances and partnerships with high quality universities worldwide. It was important for UWA to build on those aspects which distinguished it from other Western Australian universities.


At the invitation of the Vice-Chancellor, the Registrar reported that the Fogarty Foundation Board had recommended some minor changes to the conditions of the UWA-Fogarty Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships, details of which were tabled. The Registrar noted that whilst scholarship conditions were usually approved at the Academic Board/Council level, the legal deed executed by the University and the Fogarty Foundation required Senate approval for any changes.


RESOLVED71


to endorse the changes to the UWA-Fogarty Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships Programme.


12. ELECTION OF CHANCELLOR – REF F874


Having congratulated Dr Ken Michael at the beginning of the meeting on his forthcoming appointment as the State’s next Governor, members noted that the Senate was required to appoint a new Chancellor for a four-year period from early 2006.


In accordance with Standing Orders of Senate, the following steps had been taken:


  • Senate members had been invited to submit nominations for the two categories of elected Senate members on the Nominating Committee (one Convocation member and three external members)




  • A general call for nominations from the University community had been issued via an all-staff email, a letter to graduates, emails to the Guild and PSA Presidents and through a memo to each Senate member.


The closing date for nominations to the Nominating Committee had been 17 June. As at that date the following nominations had been received:


A person elected by Convocation: Catherine Tang


Three external members: David Griffiths, Tony Howarth, Lyndon Rowe.


These members were therefore declared duly elected.


It was noted that the closing date for nominations for the position of Chancellor was Friday 15 July. The Nominating Committee would meet during the week beginning 18 July and submit its report to the Senate meeting on 25 July.


There was brief discussion of the process to be followed. The Chancellor emphasised that nominations provided to the Nominating Committee were strictly confidential, subject to the provisions of the process agreed for handling nominations from Senate members. In response to a question, the Vice-Chancellor advised that it was intended that the Nominating Committee would present a report to the Senate on 25 July which would cover all aspects of the fourth and fifth dot points of the process as outlined on attachment B to the agenda. It was envisaged that as with the last election for a new Chancellor, the Nominating Committee would submit one name to Senate. Through a secret ballot Senate members would then either accept this name or refer the matter back to the Nominating Committee for further consideration. It was noted that the July Senate meeting was the earliest occasion on which a ballot could be held. Judging by the response to date to the call for nominations, it was expected that there would be a strong pool of nominations to which the Nominating Committee could add if it so wished.



  1. POSITIONING, REPUTATION AND STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIPS – REF 02/03/018/003


When the Senate programme for 2005 was approved, it was agreed that the broad topic of reputation would be considered at the June meeting. The topic as presented had now been expanded to cover positioning, reputation and strategic relationships.


Members had before them:


  • a brief discussion paper prepared by the Vice-Chancellor.




  • information on the strategic context including extracts from and references to the University’s formal planning documents.




  • information on corporate governance at UWA as it related to this topic.


The Vice-Chancellor guided members through the key points in his paper. He advised that it had been decided to include External Relations as a priority area in the next iteration of the Operational Priorities Plan (OPP), with a strategic priority “to improve the University’s positioning, reputation and strategic relationships”. The overarching objective was to ensure that the University’s reputation appropriately reflected its performance in order to support its vision of achieving international excellence. The Vice-Chancellor provided details of internal and external activities currently being undertaken, with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor expanding on international aspects.


The Chancellor noted that the intention was to establish whether Senate agreed with the directions outlined in the paper so that these, if accepted, could be incorporated into the draft OPP which would be considered by the Senate at its August meeting.

Senate

Members Details of the discussion are provided in a separate, confidential aide-memoire for members.

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The Chancellor thanked the Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor for their presentation and members for the stimulating debate. He noted that strong support had been expressed for the directions outlined in the Vice-Chancellor’s paper and looked forward to seeing these reflected in the draft OPP to be considered by Senate at its August meeting. The Chancellor summarised the main areas of discussion and concluded by noting the ambassadorial role of Senate members in promoting UWA.


Confirmed

CHAIR

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