Ex-Cal Chancellor Dirks Goes On Break, Will Earn $434,000Former University of California, Berkeley chancellor Nicholas Dirks will continue to collect his executive level pay, even though he's not returning to the classroom right away as originally planned.
UC Berkeley Chancellor Affirms Far-Right Speaker’s Appearance On CampusUniversity of California at Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks affirmed Thursday that controversial far-right writer Milo Yiannopoulos will be speaking at the university next week.
UC Berkeley Students Criticize New Security Fence Around Chancellor’s HomeThe University of California at Berkeley is putting up a fence around Chancellor Nicholas Dirks’ on campus house. While school officials are calling the fence a security measure, the project is under fire from faculty members and students.
UC Berkeley Research Administrator Accused Of Wanting To ‘Molest’ Assistant Resigns Amid Sexual Assault InvestigationOne of UC Berkeley's top research administrators has resigned in protest over a sexual assault investigation where he's accused of inappropriately touching his top assistant and telling her he wanted to "molest" her.
Berkeley Black Student Union Want Changes To Address Discrimination, Rename Building For Black Panther On FBI Terror ListThe issue of race has the University of California, Berkeley campus buzzing, after a student group wants a building named after a member of the Black Panthers.
Cal Taps Alum Michael Williams To Replace Barbour As Athletic Director UC Berkeley wrestling coach and alum H. Michael Williams has been tapped to replace outgoing Athletic Director Sandy Barbour.
KCBS In Depth: The Challenges For UC Berkeley’s ChancellorUC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks, who began his job as the university’s leader last November, not only has to deal issues with academics but also safety, diversity and social justice in an environment where money for higher education is still not as forthcoming as state educators would prefer.
Gov. Brown Opposes Raise For New UC Berkeley ChancellorGov. Jerry Brown and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom have voted against giving the new chancellor of UC Berkeley a $50,000 pay raise over what his predecessor earns.