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Despite increased attention placed both in and outside Australia on student participation in university governance, there remains a gap in practices and programs that help support students to contribute across various governance groups, councils, and representative roles. This practice report explores two aspects of developing student partnership in governance at a research-intensive university in Australia. We will showcase a set of rationales co-created between students and staff on whydoi:10.5204/ssj.v10i2.1309 fatcat:66n47xnfobbjhjrev4hgdcniuq