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Shared Governance Task Force Unable to Adjust Power of President

After the Ithaca College Shared Governance Task Force released an updated shared governance proposal on March 22 based on feedback from the campus community, criticisms remain about the power the Ithaca College Board of Trustees and the President’s Council still have in the draft — a consistent concern since the beginning of the process. 952 more words


Update on March 13 bargaining session

Ground rules signed, first articles exchanged at opening bargaining session 

Negotiations got underway on Monday, March 13, with a productive conversation at the table. The teams signed ground rules for bargaining, and our WMU-AAUP team presented four proposals, while the administration’s team presented one. 399 more words

News And Updates

Making Shared Governance Work

Professor Brad Hansen, Presiding Officer of the Faculty Senate, and I share a common goal of increased participation and collaboration between faculty, administrators and our board of trustees to support student learning and success. 837 more words


Expanding Healthcare Business Partnerships and Shared Governance are Necessary to Improve the Delivery of Care

Over the next few years, there will be many changes to the healthcare industry as a result of new laws, additional regulations, improved technology, and advances in research.  421 more words


Thoughts on Shared Governance

A strong model of shared governance means a commitment to decentralized decision making, open discussions, and appropriate timelines of action.

Developing and integrating the model takes time and devotion to the cause. 318 more words