Thursday, March 16, 2017

"Christ cited a key difference in fiscal oversight: At Smith, attentive trustees require the campus president to update them on finances four times a year; UC campuses have no such individualized structure. She said that a previous chancellor, Robert Birgeneau, proposed such a structure, but it went nowhere."


See:
http://www.sfgate.com/education/article/UC-regents-unanimously-approve-new-Berkeley-11007968.php

Includes:

"Asked Wednesday about the difference between running a private college and a large public university, Christ cited a key difference in fiscal oversight: At Smith, attentive trustees require the campus president to update them on finances four times a year; UC campuses have no such individualized structure. She said that a previous chancellor, Robert Birgeneau, proposed such a structure, but it went nowhere."
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On his way out Dirks would do well by Cal and his own legacy if he tells hard truths of the state of things as he inherited them and as he experienced them since he arrived.

It matters.

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