UCLA Spotlight

Outgoing Chancellor Norman Abrams

  • Published Jul 25, 2007 8:00 AM

After a half-century at UCLA as an esteemed professor and respected administrator, Norman Abrams took on the toughest job of his life, agreeing to be interim chancellor in Westwood. He didn't know that he would be plunged almost immediately into a yearlong series of challenges and crises. But his deft and resolute leadership brought the university through all of them.

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