Seminar on Shared Governance
Monday, January 23, 2006
Vernon Burton, Chair, Senate Executive Committee
Role of the Trustees
Michele Thompson, Secretary, University Board of Trustees
Discussion from the floor about faculty role in governance with respect to trustees
Introduction to Faculty Participation in Shared Governance
Michael Grossman, Professor Emeritus, Animal Sciences
Feedback from audience on how to elicit more participation from faculty at all professorial levels
Troubled State of Academic Governance
Kenneth E. Andersen, Professor Emeritus, Speech Communication
Group discussion about addressing causes and implementing possible solutions to this situation
(during break, list your top two concerns about shared governance at UIUC)
Shared Governance: The Role of Faculty Unions
Howard Berenbaum, Professor, Psychology; Union of Professional Employees
Shared Governance: The National Scene
Cary Nelson, Jubilee Professor, Liberal Arts and Sciences; AAUP
Light refreshments will be available before, during, and after the event.
“Faculty Participation in Shared Governance at UIUC”. Michael Grossman. College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) New Faculty Orientation. August 2005.
“Troubled State of Academic Governance: Some Causes; Some Solutions.” Kenneth E. Andersen. This manuscript constitutes a revision of remarks presented at a December 1992, Conference on Governance for the City University of New York.
“Faculty Participation in University Governance at UIUC”, a statement by the UIUC Chapter of the American Association of University Professors. Prepared for the Chapter by Robert G. F. Spitze and Victor J. Stone. 1994.
“Rebuilding Shared Governance”, from Renewing the Academic Presidency: Stronger Leadership for Tougher Times. Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. 1996.
Shared Governance Systems at the University of Illinois and UIUC. Christa Petrillo. Office of the Senate. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2005.
Full Text of Index Cards - Issues, Comments, Questions, Concerns