The standoff ended after 32 hours when UC President Clark Kerr
agreed not to press charges and to appoint a committee of students, faculty and administrators to craft recommendations on student speech issues.
At the University of California, FBI files subsequently uncovered through the Freedom of Information Act show the bureau harassed Mario Savio, a leader of the 1964 Free Speech Movement; waged a concerted campaign to oust UC President Clark Kerr
because FBI officials disagreed with his policies; and gave personal and political help to Ronald Reagan, who had been an FBI informer in Hollywood and as governor vowed to crack down on Berkeley protests.
, one-time president of the University of California system, once characterized the university as "a series of individual faculty entrepreneurs held together by a common grievance over parking.
saw to it that Stack was quickly made comfortable on the sofa in the drawing room and the guests alerted.
8) Clark Kerr
wrote about how one of the distinctive aspects of the American university was its engagement with a variety of external influences.
Anyone who has seen that superb documentary film of university protest, Berkeley in the Sixties, will recall the fiery antagonism between Mario Savio, a university radical, and Clark Kerr
, a university administrator.
On September 20th Healthcare Liaison will demystify these subjects in a consumer workshop, "Medicare and Long Term Care Insurance -- Understanding the Maze", at the University of California, Berkeley, Clark Kerr
Campus, 8:30 a.
In 1963, Clark Kerr
, the legendary architect of the California higher education system, delivered a historic lecture series at Harvard where he warned of the "cruel paradox" that "a superior faculty results in an inferior concern for undergraduate teaching.
As Clark Kerr
so eloquently stated in 1972, college presidents should be "ready to criticize the status quo fearlessly .
An earlier version of this paper was given at Mythcon XXXII: Many Dimensions: Modern Supernatural Fiction, held at Clark Kerr
Campus, Berkeley, California, on 4 August 2001.
Here he takes up older interpretive models such as those of Clark Kerr
and Abraham Siegel that stressed the idea that miners represented the "isolated mass," and the G.
It was Clark Kerr
, who coined the term "multiversity" in 1963 that described a multiversity as a fuzzy edged, inconsistent institution encompassing several related internal and external communities.