This article recounts the experience of a “founding” dean who began her tenure on the eve of a major university reorganization, which included the establishment of a new college, as well as a reorganization of academic departments within it. It explores the concepts of shared governance and recounts the battle for power and control between faculty and administrators at a time of fiscal crisis. It concludes with lessons learned after a year of turmoil.
|Keywords:||Faculty Governance, University Reorganization, University Management|
Dean, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine, USA
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