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UCL acts to improve staff participation in governance

University College London has initiated a series of meetings to talk about the future of the institution and get its staff more involved in the governance of the institution.

The first meeting was held on 2 May, and another four are scheduled to take place this year. University staff were invited to sign up to the session to “shape UCL’s distinctive contribution to repositioning universities in the UK”.

Near the end of the meeting, UCL’s president and provost Michael Arthur acknowledged that the university has had some issues with governance and its staff do not feel that they are connected to decision-making.

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