Chancellor Reed gets a kiss on the cheek from a happy sea lion at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, a research center for undergraduates and graduate students at seven CSU campuses. Chancellor Reed, 22 campus presidents and former Vice Chancellor Douglas Patiño at the Chancellor's Office in September 2004. Chancellor Reed and Stephen Chesser from The Boeing Company, a major sponsor of the How to Get to College poster, with middle school students next to the Spanish version of the first poster in 2003. Chancellor Reed discussing the How to Get to College poster with CSU Dominguez Hills President James Lyons, right, and Cal Poly Pomona President Michael Ortiz in 2003. Chancellor Reed in his office in Long Beach. Chancellor Reed and CSU Long Beach president F. King Alexander volunteering at the Carmelitos community in Long Beach in 2006. Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, then Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez, and Chancellor Reed presenting entertainer Carol Channing and her husband Harry Kullijian with a Certificate of Appreciation in 2007 for her promotion of arts education in the state. In 2004, Channing received an honorary doctoral degree from CSU Stanislaus. Chancellor Reed poses with high school students during the first Road to College tour in 2008. Chancellor Reed helps students plan their personalized routes to college during the second Road to College Tour in 2010. Chancellor Reed stands in front of the redesigned Road to College Bus during its second tour in 2010. Chancellor Reed presents the How to Get to College Poster at the City of Refuge United Church of Christ in San Francisco during the second annual series of Super Sunday outreach events in 2007. Bishop Charles E. Blake, second from left, pastor of the West Angeles Church of God in Christ and partner to the CSU in annual Super Sunday events, receives an honorary doctoral degree in 2010, flanked by Charles Reed, trustee Herb Carter, and CSU Los Angeles president James Rosser. Chancellor Reed presents representatives from the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program with a contribution from the Chancellor's Office in 2007. Chancellor Reed and a young student during the Super Sunday event at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles in 2008. Academic Senate Chair Jim Postma presents Chancellor Reed a resolution in recognition of the CSU's 50th anniversary. Alumni Council president Guy Heston presents a commendation to Chancellor Reed in celebration of the CSU's 50th anniversary. Chancellor Reed shakes hands with Hearst Scholar Betty Abraham at the William Randolph Hearst/CSU Trustees' Award celebration in Long Beach in 2011. Rex Grignon, head of character animation, Marilyn Friedman, head of outreach, and Megan Dang, story trainee, meet with Chancellor Reed at the DreamWorks campus in Glendale. Chancellor Reed joins some of the 180 current DreamWorks Animation employees who are CSU alumni. Vice Chancellor for Human Resources Gail Brooks congratulates William Randolph Hearst/CSU Trustees' Award honorees at a celebration in Long Beach in 2011. Vice Chancellor for University Relations and Advancement Garrett Ashley and Executive Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance Benjamin Quillian at the William Randolph Hearst/CSU Trustees' Award celebration in Long Beach in 2011. Assistant Vice Chancellor for Advocacy and State Relations Karen Zamarripa and Alumni Council President Guy Heston at the Chancellor's Office in 2011. (l-r) General Counsel Christine Helwick, Chief Academic Officer and Executive Vice Chancellor Dave Spence, Chancellor Reed, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Chancellor Richard West, Vice Chancellor of Advancement Louis Caldera and Vice Chancellor of Human Resources Jackie McLain (front) in Long Beach in 2001. The Chancellor's Office Business and Finance division leaders in 2008. The CSU Board of Trustees in September 2004. Chancellor Reed and former California Governor Gray Davis, March 2001. Chancellor Reed, Catherine Reed (left, in lei), and the CSU executive staff in 2005. Chancellor Reed poses with one of Cal Poly Pomona's famed Arabian horses. Chancellor Reed, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and former University of California President Robert Dynes announce a multi-year “compact” agreement on funding for higher education in 2005.

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