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UCB: Chancellor Tien
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UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
California Revealed from The Bancroft Library
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Note in container: An Open Window: Program #926. Today on AN OPEN WINDOW: Getting to know Berkeley's new Chancellor! Speaking to students on the Berkeley campus in a new residential lecture program, Chang-Lin Tien reflects on his academic career and describes what he sees as the major challenges facing the university in the 21st century. 00:42 Program Open 00:20 Program Introduction 56:54 UCB: Chancellor Tien 00:30 Program Close
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UARC VIDEO 1, carton 5
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