Employee Groups Take Part in Shared Governance
At the University of Arizona, employees have the chance to participate in campus decision making through shared governance, a tradition that President Robert N. Shelton has said is essential for a strong university.
"It is fundamental to the success, it is part and parcel of what has built this University of Arizona into a great academic institution," he said in a recent interview.
Members of three employee governance groups at the UA – the Faculty Senate, the Appointed Professionals Advisory Council and the Staff Advisory Council – share their expertise, opinions and concerns with upper-level administrators to help guide University planning and policy decisions. Employees from all areas of campus are invited to participate in shared governance through these groups. read more »