Making Faculty Governance Work: Seven Strategies for Faculty Senates

A prominent hallmark of higher education that differentiates it from other agencies and corporations is its commitment to shared governance. Shared governance can take many forms and involve students and staff, but at its center it focuses on collaboration with faculty. Faculty involvement in governance is critical to the current academy for a variety of reasons, specifically in that it provides an important check on institutional decision-making, keeping academic and student interests at the heart of the institution.

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