Berkeley thinks global – but stays local - times higher Education, Jun. 2015
"California’s status as a “global melting pot” and its booming start-up culture put [UC Berkeley] in a privileged position to attract talent from around the world."
Rebirth of the Research University - The Chronicle of Higher Education, Apr. 2015
"There is a growing belief that research can no longer be the primary mission of our great universities. Michael M. Crow, president of Arizona State University, is proposing a solution."
Why I miss the Culture Wars - The Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 2015
"We need to provide a coherent defense of the liberal arts, for their role in the larger university and for the broader society. For me, the defense is both deeply personal and based on intellectual and institutional arguments."
A Global Hub, Close to Home - Inside Higher Ed, Jan. 2015
"Chancellor Nicholas Dirks has proposed that the Berkeley Global Campus at Richmond Bay will be 'a new form of international hub' in which a group of leading foreign universities and technology companies will establish satellite locations on a 130-acre parcel of Berkeley-owned land located a mere 10 miles from the main campus."