Internal Governance Reform Guiding Principles
The Internal Governance Reform Taskforce has drafted a document of Guiding Principles as a starting point for the production of a revised governance system. The draft is based upon the report submitted in November 2012 by internal governance consultant, Rodney Smolla, and the recommendations outlined by the 2005 IG Task Force at Radford University. We welcome and encourage your recommendations for edits to these principles. Submit comments, feedback, and concerns to the task force.
Consultant Rod Smolla has submitted his report on internal governance at Radford University. We encourage your feedback, reactions, questions and concerns:
- Submit feedback to the entire Task Force. Questions and comments may be submitted anonymously and will be responded to by a member of the Task Force within two business days.
- Access the list of Task Force members. Any one of us would welcome your input.
During the regular academic semester, the Task Force meets most Tuesdays from 1-3 p.m. in Heth 18. These meetings are open and members of our community are encouraged to attend. Check the Upcoming Events Calendar for specific dates and location.