A series of talks with Berkeley's leaders
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It is a pivotal time in higher education and at UC Berkeley. There are many new campus leaders who are seeking new opportunities for Berkeley and working to address the challenges that we face. Now more than ever, it is important to understand the issues facing our campus and engage together in developing solutions.
Each month, a campus leader will share their vision for the future and invite you, the campus community, to ask questions and share your views. Bring your questions – and your lunch – and join the conversation.
Monday, October 3: 12-1PM
Campus Conversation: Deans of the College of Letters & Science
Executive Dean, Jennifer Johnson-Hanks
Dean Michael Botchan, Biological Sciences
Dean Steven Kahn, Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Dean Raka Ray, Social Sciences
Note: Dean Sara Guyer, Arts & Humanities, is unable to attend this session and will be scheduled for a conversation in the spring.
The largest of UC Berkeley's colleges and schools — encompassing three-quarters of its undergraduates and half of its faculty and graduate students — the College of Letters & Science is the great, big heart of Berkeley. Learn about the exciting work and research happening across the college, the intellectual challenges faced by each division, and what distinguishes an L&S education for students today.
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Tuesday, November 8: 12-1PM
Campus Conversation: Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Oliver O'Reilly and Graduate Division Dean Lisa Garcia Bedolla
Tuesday, December 6: 12-1PM
Campus Conversation: 2022 Year End Conversation with Chancellor Carol Christ
Past Fall 2022 events
Monday, September 19: 5-6PM
Campus Conversation: Constitution Day featuring Dean of Berkeley Law Erwin Chemerinsky
In this special edition of Campus Conversations, Erwin Chemerinsky, the Dean of Berkeley Law, will take us on a deep dive into the Supreme Court. We will take a look at the impact of its current make-up, the major cases decided last year, and what’s in store for the year ahead. The discussion—part of the campus’s celebration of Constitution Day—will draw on Dean Chemerinsky’s expertise as one of the nation’s leading Constitutional experts who has, himself, argued cases before the Supreme Court.