UAC 2.1x Office of the Provost and Vice President - papers and documents



This collection houses the papers and public documents of the CSUN Provost / Vice-President.


Office of the Provost / VP for Academic Affairs
California State University,
18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330
Phone: 818-677-2957
Fax: 818-677-5530

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  • Hellenbrand, Harold (California State University, Northridge, 2014-06)
    We have heard it before. We are at a crossroad. Disaster impends. The promissory note is long overdue. Typically, the language concerns a social obligation, shirked. Let us add one more to the list, “We sowed; now we ...
  • Hellenbrand, Harold (California State University, Northridge, 2014-02)
    Most of us in universities want thinkers and speakers to enjoy as much freedom, as much give and take, as possible. This is not because we are generous. Rather, it is because we have an instinct for survival. Some of us ...
  • Hellenbrand, Harold (California State University, Northridge, 2014-02)
    These days, when I talk about assessment and accountability, I feel like Mersault in The Stranger. I can describe what they are and even explain them. But it is hard to justify them within a rational framework of public ...
  • Hellenbrand, Harold (California State University, Northridge, 2013-09)
    One hundred and fifty years ago, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. He hoped to end the American tragedy of white over black. Fifty years ago this season, an uncommon alliance marched on Washington, DC. ...
  • Hellenbrand, Harold (California State University, Northridge, 2013-07)
    Because California has forgotten how to reason using the distributed powers in government as checks and balances, the CSU is at the mercy of impulses. For example, some constituents tell legislators that their children ...