Fall Colloquium Series 2016











The Center for Studies in Higher Education proudly presents the 2016 Fall Colloquium Series, a program of stimulating lectures and discussions on national and international issues shaping higher education today.   Hear viewpoints from Bay Area senators, university presidents, and leading scholars on higher education issues. All lectures take place on the University of California, Berkeley campus and are free of charge. Graduates, faculty, staff, and members of the general public are welcome to attend.  Watch for upcoming announcements and join the discussion!


September


1) Thursday, September 8th, "PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES: Recommitting to Lincoln's Vision An Educational Compact for the 21st Century" Robert Birgeneau & Henry Brady, UC Berkeley 
 Time: 12pm to 1pm with lunch
Location:Academic Innovation Studio, Dwinelle 117

Time: 12pm to 1pm with lunch
Location: Library, Evans Hall 768 
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3) Wednesday, September 28th, "Maintaining Access to Public Higher Education" President Leroy Morishita, Cal State East Bay 
Time: 12pm to 1pm with lunch
Location: Social Science Matrix, 8th Floor Barrows, Room 832

October

Jesse Rothstein, UC Berkeley 
Time:12pm to 1pm with lunch to follow
Location: Academic Innovation Studio, Dwinelle 117

5) Tuesday, October 18th "The Public University & The Legislative Process" California State Senators Carol Liu and Loni Hancock
Time:3pm to 4pm
Location:Social Science Matrix, 8th Floor Barrows, Room 832

6) Wednesday, October 26th, "Clinton's Tuition Free Proposal: Would it Work and What Would it Mean in California?" Donald Heller, Robert Shireman and John Douglass, UC Berkeley & USF
 Time:3pm to 4pm
Location:Social Science Matrix, 8th Floor Barrows, Room 832

November 


7) Thursday, November 3rd, "Exploring a Cliometric History of the University of California" Zach Bleemer & John Douglass, UC Berkeley 
Time: 12pm to 1pm with lunch to follow
Location: Academic Innovation Studio, Dwinelle 117

8) Wednesday, November 16th "The History of the Haas School of Business: The Triumph of the Berkeley Model"by Sandra Epstein, UC Berkeley 
Time:12pm to 1pm with lunch
Location: Academic Innovation Studio, Dwinelle 117

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