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Clark Kerr's University of California : leadership, diversity, and planning in higher education

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, N.J., p.254 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LD755 .K47 G66 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9102830

Keywords:

1911-2003, Berkeley, Berkeley--Presidents--Biography, Clark, Education, Higher--Aims and objectives--California, Higher--Aims and objectives--United States, Higher--California--History, Higher--United States--History, Kerr, University of California, University of California (System)--History

Abstract:

Contents: Reading Clark Kerr -- Exploring Clark Kerr's thinking -- Hedgehogs and foxes -- Leadership styles -- The ingredients of the uses of the university -- Language and vision in the uses of the university -- Diversity and inclusiveness in the uses of the university -- The plot of the uses of the university -- History of American higher education -- The strands of history -- The hinge of history -- History of the University of California -- The hedgehog concept -- The trouble with hedgehogs -- Foxes to the rescue -- Fox fatigue -- The collapse of fox culture -- Looking for the Clark Kerrs of the future -- Opportunity for equality -- Leadership renewal -- Succession planning -- The roads ahead.

Publication Language:

eng