Campus Conversations

Spring 2019

Background image: Doe Library on the UC Berkeley campus with Sather Tower in the background
Image credit:
Elena Zhukova/UC Berkeley

Chancellor Carol Christ

"Campus Conversations": UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ

Tuesday, April. 24, 2018
Noon to 1 p.m.

Carol Christ, chancellor, will offer reflections on her first year at the helm of UC Berkeley, talk about her priorities and the progress we’ve made towards them, as well as discuss the ongoing strategic planning process and the longer-term future of Berkeley.

Answering prospective students' questions

"Campus Conversations": Answering prospective students' questions

Monday, April 23, 2018

A panel of leaders answer questions from prospective students. Panelists include: Febrizio Mejia, assistant vice chancellor for student equity and success; Cathy Koshland, vice provost for undergraduate education; Margo Bennett, chief of police; and Marissa Reynosa, LEAD Center associate director. The panel was moderated by Stephen Sutton, interim vice chancellor for student affairs.

Marc Fisher

"Campus Conversations": UC Berkeley VC for Administration Marc Fisher

Thursday, March. 22, 2018
Noon to 1 p.m.

Marc Fisher, vice chancellor for administration, will discuss efforts underway to improve campus operations so that Berkeley can meet its budgetary goals while remaining the nation’s preeminent public research university.

Paul Alivisatos

"Campus Conversations": UC Berkeley EVC and provost Paul Alivisatos

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018
Noon to 1 p.m.

Paul Alivisatos, executive vice chancellor and provost, will discuss future plans and priorities – ranging from the undergraduate curriculum to expanding the faculty to how we meet the evolving needs of the public we serve.

Rosemarie Rae

"Campus Conversations": UC Berkeley CFO Rosemarie Rae

Friday, Jan. 26, 2018
Noon to 1 p.m.

Rosemarie Rae, vice chancellor and chief financial officer, will discuss the campus budget and the financial challenges we face, and will discuss approaches for building a sustainable financial model for the campus.