President Janet Napolitano
Janet Napolitano discusses her ceiling-shattering career and how she's taking on UC tuition challenges.
Madeleine Brand interviewed President Napolitano about sexual assaults on college campuses, student diversity, admissions of out-of-state students and the California Master Plan for Higher Education.
Interview with Peter Schurmann of New America Media focusing on the UC-Mexico Initiative, which aims to bolster cross-border academic and cultural ties.
Napolitano joins Michael Krasny to address the UCSB tragedy and discuss issues including student debt, campus diversity and the differences between DC and UC.
Napolitano talks admissions policy, tuition, online ed and more with the LA Times' Pat Morrison.
The Chronicle's Eric Kelderman interviews Napolitano about her vision for the UC system and gives an overview of her first four months in office.
Ahead of her trip to lead a U.S. delegation to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Napolitano spoke with The Wall Street Journal to discuss the challenges of her new job.
Napolitano spent an hour with The Sacramento Bee’s editorial board answering questions about leading the 240,000-student UC system.
After two months as UC president, Napolitano talks with the Los Angeles Times about tuition freezes, executive compensation and future growth in the university system.
Napolitano sits down with KQED's Scott Shafer to discuss her vision for UC's 10-campus system and her record on immigration.
Interview conducted by Peter Schurmann, NAM education editor, and Jacob Simas, videographer/youth media coordinator.