Students, Academic Staff, and Faculty participate in the “governance of the University by Code and tradition,” and members of the Classified Staff are working to create their role in this important process. But, what exactly does it mean to participate in the University’s governance? And, are we doing it to the best of our abilities? Come and examine our tradition and practice of shared governance at UW-Green Bay. Learn about what is working, and not working, and engage in lively discussion about how we can create the most effective voice possible. The conference is FREE and open to all UW-Green Bay faculty, staff, and students. Registration is required; the deadline is Monday, April 7. If you have any questions, please contact Jolanda Sallmann, 465-2029.
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