The following Powerpoint presentations are available from this event which took place on Thursday 1 September 2011 at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London
Governance in higher education: To include reserved business and decision making powers:
Wendy Appleby, Secretary to Council and Academic Secretary, Queen Mary, University of London and Sophie Richardson, President, Students’ Union, Queen Mary, University of London
Case study: Future proofing the organisation - Buckinghamshire New University:
Professor Ruth Farwell, Vice-Chancellor, Buckinghamshire New University
Post white paper: An overview with a focus on teaching and learning:
Professor Craig Mahoney, Chief Executive, Higher Education Academy
The post-white paper governance challenge for student governors: NUS view on the roles of student members of governing bodies:
Jim Dickinson, Director of Policy and Delivery, National Union of Students
The DBIS guidance on student charters: What this will mean in practice:
Graeme Wise, Assistant Director, Policy, National Union of Students
Providing different kinds of opportunities to support the development of new or refresh existing skills.
Internationalisation is of central importance to higher education today, as the impact and implications of globalisation spreads into all aspects of institutions core businesses of teaching, learning, research and knowledge exchange.
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Higher education governance has never been so high-profile. This site is a key resource for governors, council members and others interested in governance in higher education.
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