Nominations for the 2017 “Class of ’31 Oral History Interviewee” are now open! We invite people to nominate a UC Berkeley faculty or staff person who has made a significant contribution to the life of the campus. The person selected will be invited to participate in an oral history interview conducted by our office. Selection criteria include: willingness of the nominee to participate, OHC interviewer expertise, uniqueness and rarity of the nominee’s story and level of contribution to campus life, and the generation of the nominee. Past “Class of 1931” interviewees include: Anthropology Professor Laura Nader; speechwriter for UC presidents Pat Pelfrey; Director Emeritus of the Pacific Film Archive Edith Kramer, and sociolinguist Susan Ervin Tripp.