Doctor of Philosophy Ph. Graduates will gain sufficient research experience to conduct empirical research in math and science education and sufficient teacher education experience to assume roles as teacher educators in university or other settings. The program includes targeted opportunities for candidates to develop skills, knowledge, and practices specific to teaching and learning mathematics and science, mathematics and science teacher preparation, and research in both of these areas. Applicants for the Ph.
Eva Macdonald conferred the degree on behalf of the Governing Council. It was the first Convocation at which she had- presided since her election as titular head of the University last spring. On the platform of Convocation Hall were C. After receiving the degree, Dr. Tanaka addressed Convocation, speaking in Japanese, which was interpreted in English a paragraph at a time for the benefit of the audience.
Vice-President and Provost Donald F. Forster summed up the opinion of facul- ty members by stating that students do have a role to play in evaluating teaching. It is my great privilege' to present to you, for the highest honour the University of Toronto can convey, the Prime Minister of Japan, Kakuei Tanaka.
Prime Minister Tanaka was bom on a farm, worked for a building. Subsequently he turned the energy, drive and determination that had made him a successful businessman to the service of his country. Eleven times he has been elected to the House of Repre- sentatives, and he has held a succession of important posts in the Liberal Democra- tic Party and in the government of his country.
In his book, Remodeling the Japanese ArchipelagoKakuei Tanaka defines pro- blems that plague much of the indus- trialized world. With such a situation, how can we pass on to future generations the qualities and traditions of Japanese people? Perhaps no event in the postwar history of East Asia has equalled the significance of this step for stability in the region and peace in the Pacific.
He was among the first to realize that inter- national relations in the contemporary world transcend the economic dimension. Under his leadership Japan has added to these relations a new dimension —cultural understanding.
These would take the form of grants of approximately one million dollars each, for the further- ance of Japanese Studies in Canada and of Canadian Studies in Japan.
Today, I have the double pleasure of having this dream fulfilled and. As I accept this great honour, I wish to express my most sincere appreciation to Mme. Chancellor, President Evans, and other people of the University who have made it possible.
Through my three previous visits to this country, I have developed a keen interest in its history which charts the harmonious development of this rich Canadian mosaic. Throughout the years, this spirit has enabled the Canadian people to survive in an often rigorous natural environment, overcome the challenges of nature, and utilize nature for the benefit of man in improving the quality of life.
Smith, bom in Toronto, received his secondary schooling at the University -of Toronto Schools.
Inhe received the B. After service at sea,he spent some years on loan to the Royal Naval Scienti- fic Service and the Canadian Defence Research Board, doing research and en- gineering development in underwater acoustics.
From tohe attend- ed the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology, receiving the Sc. From then untilhe served in Ottawa, managing a number of major research and development pro- grams. Inhe joined the University as associate professor of Electrical engineer- ing, and was promoted to professor in He was associate chairman of the department from to Smith significant influence on technical develop- ments in the Canadian mineral industry.
Smith has served on the Council of the School of Graduate Studies, and is an elected teaching staff member of the Governing Council. Great Hall, Hart House.
Tickets free to members from the Hall Porter. Michael Booth, University of Guelph. Upper Library, Massey College. Gonatas, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Wolfgang Iser, University of Konstanz.
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