Shared Governance

Faculty Adrift

What Ever Happened to the Faculty? Drift and Decision in Higher Education. Mary Burgan. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006 (paperback edition, 2009).

Global Trends in Academic Governance

U.S. professors feel less powerful than their colleagues abroad.

A Call for Faculty Reengagement in Governance

Why faculty must resist the “don’t worry, be happy” approach to governance.

Governance Beyond the Campus

Faculty in Nevada are involved not only in institutional governance but also in the legislative process.

Creating a Flexible Budget Process

Contingency budgeting is one response to economic uncertainty.

Liberal Education after Antioch

The story of the Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute suggests a radical alternative to corporatization.

Governance and Faculty Satisfaction

Shared governance may be more important than money in determining faculty satisfaction.


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