Faculty Senate and AdCil

Shared governance and self-governance are words that have been tossed around the Antioch community since the days of Algo Henderson, and more often since the Board of Trustees commissioned its plan to renew the college three years ago. The college faculty have recently implemented a new governance structure to ensure empowerment in light of the changes charged by the Renewal Commission. Until recently, the faculty have operated under a shared governance structure facilitated by the Faculty Executive Committee (FEC). The FEC worked to set the agenda of faculty meetings and often reported to AdCil for review of curriculum and personnel issues. Over the last two years, the FEC realized the frustration and dissatisfaction the faculty expressed over AdCil’s decisions and processes. Continue reading Faculty Senate and AdCil