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The website provides an easy way for the public to follow the work of the committee. The website provides additional information on meetings, testimony, live proceedings, and membership. The site also includes articles that highlight the achievements of the committee and the issues that it’s working on. The news section contains the latest updates on upcoming committee meeting topics and members. The website is updated quarterly. The next issue of Committee News will be published in the fall. While this is only a snapshot of the recent past, it’s a useful resource for those who wish to keep up with the committee’s work.

The committee’s web site is a valuable resource for the general public. It provides updates on meetings, testimony, and live proceedings. The website also provides information on the committee’s membership. The CARE team is excited to discuss this initiative with UC Chair N. Rothfels. Nigel Rothfels also met with Provost Britz last week and has indicated his support for shared governance. The group’s work will likely be included in future campus leadership meetings.

The committee welcomes the public to follow its work on the committee’s website. Additionally, the site provides additional information about the meetings, testimony, and live proceedings, as well as the current members of the organization. There are also several other ways to stay up-to-date with the committee’s work. For more information, visit the site or subscribe to the CARE newsletter. It will be updated quarterly. And as always, please let us know if you have any questions.

The CARE team has received several invitations to provide testimony on the CARE proposal. The CARE team is also planning to speak at the April Faculty Senate meeting. Later today, he will attend the Academic Staff Senate meeting. He also met with the Provost Britz last week and discussed the importance of shared governance on UC campuses. It is expected that the CARE team will be invited to address future campus leadership meetings. If your organization is interested in hearing more about CARE, you can read more about CARE here.

The CARE team will be in Ottawa today to present the report. They will also be in Pittsburgh to deliver a presentation to the Faculty Senate. During the meeting, they will present the findings of their work and discuss the potential changes in the governing structure of the university. The committee will also be attending the meeting today to hear about the CARE report. They will share their findings with the community and will continue to work to improve shared governance in higher education.