The following resources are offered for faculty members seeking to learn more about the concept of shared governance and the role of faculty members (and bodies such as the faculty senate) in the stewardship of the University. These resources are offered without endorsement and without the implication that any one or more should be seen as normative.
- AAUP. (2014). Faculty Communication with Governing Boards: Best Practices (pp. 1–5). American Association of University Professors. https://www.aaup.org/report/faculty-communication-governing-boards-best-practices
- Bliss, C. (2018, May 18). Panel addresses the future of faculty governance. Stanford News. https://news.stanford.edu/2018/05/18/faculty-senate-turns-50/
- Bok, D. (2013). The Trouble with Shared Governance. Trusteeship, 21(5). https://agb.org/trusteeship-article/the-trouble-with-shared-governance/ (requires membership)
- Crellin, M. A. (2010). The future of shared governance. New Directions for Higher Education, 2010(151), 71–81. https://doi.org/10.1002/he.402
- D’Souza, D. E., Clower, T. L., Nimon, K. F., Oldmixon, E. A., & van tassell, F. S. (2011, March). Developing a Mission Statement for a Faculty Senate. Planning for Higher Education, 15–24. https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/developing-mission-statement-faculty-senate/docview/818929554/se-2?accountid=14868
- Flynn, J. (n.d.). Traits of Effective Senates. AAHE/National Network of Faculty Senates. https://www.aaup.org/NR/rdonlyres/4EC2E3B8-3A09-4D39-AC6D-BDE365AD6331/0/Traits.pdf
- Olson, G. A. (2009, July 23). Exactly What Is “Shared Governance”? The Chronicle of Higher Education. http://www.chronicle.com/article/Exactly-What-Is-Shared/47065