"With my experience at the City of Edmonton, I am convinced that, working together, a great city and a great university ensure that we are best positioned to succeed as the future unfolds."
[Michael Phair, Chair of the University of Alberta Board of Governors].
“GFC operates under the principle of collegial academic governance including: a commitment to inclusive and participatory governance decision-making / a desire to facilitate meaningful individual-level engagement in governance processes / a commitment to openness, transparency, and respectful communication / a commitment to responsiveness, respect, and reciprocity between governing bodies and between governing bodies and university administration”.
For The Public Good
As a member of the University of Alberta, you are encouraged to step forward and participate in board, academic and judiciary governance!
Would you like to learn how decisions are made at the University of Alberta? Want to make a positive impact for future generations of students and staff? Through your leadership and governance committee contributions, you can become involved in the decision-making process by working strategically with fellow colleagues, undergraduate and graduate students and administration.