Setting Up a New President for Success: Shared Governance in Action at the University of Minnesota

An interview with Mark Bee, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior and Chair of the University Senate and Faculty Senate Consultative Committees at the University of Minnesota. In “Five Things You Should Know About College Presidents,” posted last week, guest… Read moreSetting Up a New President for Success: Shared Governance in Action at the University of Minnesota

Participatory Budgeting: A New Possibility for Shared Governance in Action

Editor’s Note: In this post, part of our series on Shared Governance in Action, guest contributor Spoma Jovanovic, Professor Emerita at the University of North Carolina – Greensboro, digs into an exciting possibility for expanding shared governance in budgeting decisions… Read moreParticipatory Budgeting: A New Possibility for Shared Governance in Action

A Blueprint for Faculty Engagement: Shared Governance in Action at the University of South Carolina

An interview with Clint Wallace, Associate Professor of Law and Chair of the Faculty Budget Committee at the University of South Carolina. This interview is part of our series on shared governance in action. In our last installment of Shared… Read moreA Blueprint for Faculty Engagement: Shared Governance in Action at the University of South Carolina

Don’t Tell Me Your Priorities, Show Me Your Budget: Shared Governance in Action at the University of Alabama – Birmingham

An interview with Pete Jones, Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Administration and chair of the Faculty Senate Finance Committee at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. This interview is part of our series on shared governance in action…. Read moreDon’t Tell Me Your Priorities, Show Me Your Budget: Shared Governance in Action at the University of Alabama – Birmingham

Introducing “Shared Governance in Action”: a special series to broaden our collective imagination

Recent events at UNL have called into question the extent to which shared governance is valued and enacted at the University. Contrary to the strong recommendations of the Academic Planning Committee, the faculty group charged with advising the Chancellor on… Read moreIntroducing “Shared Governance in Action”: a special series to broaden our collective imagination