On 26 February 2020, HEPI and Advance HE will host the second in the 2020 series of parliamentary breakfast seminars. In a new era of regulation, and with the higher education sector facing unprecedented political scrutiny, there is mounting pressure for university governance to be more robust and effective. Have we got the balance right between government, regulators and governing bodies? Has the sector been too complacent and slow when it comes to improving higher education governance? How can we ensure greater diversity among governing bodies? And what lessons can HE learn from others sectors?
Monica Chadha, Vice Chair of Council, Queen Mary University of London
Jacqui McKinley, Chief Executive, Centre for Public Scrutiny
Chris Sayers, Chair, Committee of University Chairs
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