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Council Meeting Agenda June 4, 2020; York University Faculty of Graduate Studies, 3:00 p.m.

Thursday, June 4, 2020
3:00 p.m.

This meeting will be held 'remotely' via zoom.  The link and password to join the meeting may be found in the meeting email notice.

1. Welcome and Chair’s Remarks

2. Vice-President Research & Innovation

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Amir Asif, Vice-President Research & Innovation, will discuss plans for re-starting on-campus research.

3. Student System Renewal Program

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Marie Limanni, Executive Director, Student System Renewal Program

Presentation (.pptx)

4. Minutes of Previous Meeting (May 7,2020) (.docx)

5. Business Arising from the Minutes

6. Changes to Faculty Regulations

Approved May 13, 2020, by the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee

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Changes to English Language Proficiency regulations (.docx)

7. Dean's Remarks and Discussion

Forum: COVID-19 Updates:  Summer and Fall

8. Summer Authority

Motion: “that all items that need Council approval be delegated to the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee after the last meeting of Council in this academic year and until the first meeting of Council in the next academic year.”

9. Curriculum Changes

Approved April 30 and May 4, 2020, by the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee’s Academic Affairs Subcommittee, and received for information by the Academic Planning & Policy Committee on May 13, 2020

Councillors may view these documents by contacting M. Michael Schiff, Coordinator, Faculty Governance.

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Graduate Program in Business Administration
Changes in Prerequisites and Course Credit Exclusion
Entrepreneurship 6605 3.0:  “Entrepreneurship and New Firm Creation”/Prerequisite:  all 5000-series Required Foundation of Management Core Courses/Course Credit Exclusion:  Schulich Entrepreneurship 6600 3.0/Prerequisites:  all 5100-series Required Foundation of Management Core Courses

Graduate Program in Chemistry
New, Integrated Course Proposal
Chemistry 5052 3.0:  “Chemical Biology”/Integrated with the undergraduate course Science Chemistry 4052 3.0

Graduate Program in Études françaises
New Course Proposal
Études françaises 6210 3.0 :  « Nouveaux mondes, mondes nouveaux : esquisse d’une géographie imaginaire de la France renaissante à l’âge des Lumières »

Graduate Program in Film
New Course Proposals
Film 5300 3.0:  “Independent Producing for New Media and Independent Cinema”
Film 6253 3.0:  “Representing Capital”
Film 6254 3.0:  “Critical Visualization as Media Practice: Connecting Data to Social Practice”
Film 6256 3.0:  "European Cinema of Migration"
Film 7020 3.0:  “Advanced Methods & Research in Cinema & Media Studies”

Graduate Program in Human Resources Management
New Course Proposal
Human Resources Management 6050 3.0:  “Current Readings in Human Resources Management”

Graduate Program in Law
– Part-Time LLM in Canadian Common Law
New Course Proposal
Business Law 6409 6.0:  “Online International Business Transactions:  Theory, Law and Practice”

– Part-Time LLM in Constitutional Law
New Course Proposals
Canadian Constitutional Law 6402  3.0:  “Foundations of Canadian Law (Online)”
Canadian Constitutional Law 6441 6.0:  “Canadian Constitutional Law (Online)”

10. Senate Synopsis

Summary of the Senate meeting of May 21, 2020 (.pdf)

11. Other Business