governing board

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Noun1.governing board - a board that manages the affairs of an institution
board - a committee having supervisory powers; "the board has seven members"
board of regents - a committee of university officers who have general supervision over the welfare and conduct of students
board of trustees - a governing board elected or appointed to direct the policies of an educational institution
regent, trustee - members of a governing board
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12, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- States that make up the Governing Board of the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) announced today a change in their offering in response to feedback received from other states.
It is an honour to be appointed as a governing board member for Wano's Atlanta Centre.
Al Hammadi to the WANO Atlanta Centre Governing Board, representing the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation.
The meeting of the Governing Board of SAARC Agriculture Center (SAC) was held here at the headquarters of Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC), which was chaired by its Chairman, Gh.
The ban to these countries where there is the dreaded Ebola Virus Disease EVD stays, but there are exemptions, said Baldoz after the Governing Board, of which she is the Chairman, approved Governing Board Resolution No.
The Central bank of Switzerland has named a woman member to its governing board.
Al Awar was unanimously elected during the first meeting of UNESCO IITE Governing Board held recently in Moscow, Russia.
The ten-member PCB Governing Board comprising four regional representatives and as many members from departments will elect the new PCB chairman for which Khan seems a strong candidate since Sethi has already declared before the Supreme Court that he would not be contesting the polls.
Reaffirmation of accreditation depends on the leadership of the institution and the governing board.
A charitable organization's governing board should systematically review community need and adjust its strategy where necessary to ensure that community need is being met in a manner consistent with mission.
Since 1987, two public members have served on the Bar's 52-member governing board, after the Supreme Court of Florida approved the organization's request to have non-lawyer representation on the board.
It is now overwhelmingly evident that a single governing board cannot effectively oversee, innovate and create policy for this collective of institutions.