Many on UC Berkeley faculty don’t want leader to lingerhttp://www.sfchronicle.com/education/article/Faculty-say-time-for-outgoing-UC-Berkeley-chief-9175315.php
Remember as you read that- SF Chronicle started the summer with articles on Dirks and Cal Athletics football issues,
Critics question Cal’s probe into football coach’s actionshttp://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Critics-question-Cal-s-probe-into-football-8333108.php
followed by drum beats(?) from other columns there about the Chancellor housing renovations, staff issues, travel questions...
And then check out this post:
Chancellor Nicholas Dirks resigns: What it means for Cal athleticshttp://blogs.mercurynews.com/collegesports/2016/08/18/chancellor-nicholas-dirks-resigns-means-cal-athletics/?doing_wp_cron=1471551475.2635729312896728515625
--As you read some of these articles...
The strangest thing, : some UC folks seem to think the UCOP initiated investigation can just be brought to a halt or quietly reported internally, handled somehow going forward with a Cal interim leadership--as though UC still has not learned from that type of handling "looking bad" in recent and older Title IX and Whistleblower cases-- surreal.
It would seem there has to be reporting of the findings just as in Katehi, right?
Food, consulting, tuition and fees merry go round:
UC Davis Battles Hunger On Campus
Campus spends $270,000 to create ‘strategic profile’ for Dirks
Students, activists protest UC Berkeley cancel for nonpayment policy