Universities: The Man for Tomorrow

So many officials involved in last winter's student uprising at Berkeley had their public image scarred that the University of California regents decided to find a brand-new face to run the campus. Last week they chose as chancellor the University of Michigan's highly regarded vice president for academic affairs, Roger W. Heyns, 47. He succeeds Martin Meyerson, acting chancellor for the past seven months, who returns to his permanent job as dean of Berkeley's College of Environmental Design.

One of twelve candidates considered for the chancellor's job, Heyns (rhymes with signs) has...

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