37. Shirvani, H. 2018. "Hypocrisy's Role in Fomenting Bigotry", The Royal Society of Arts Newsletter, January 25.     

 36. Shirvani, H. 2015. “Liberal learning: A suitable education for the free individual", The Hechinger, Report, December 31.   

 35. Shirvani, H. 2015. “Iran deal – Strategic Decision for America”, TheHill.Com, October 07.

 34. Shirvani, H. 2015. “Iran deal: The long road ahead”, TheHill.Com, August 25.

33. Shirvani, H. 2013.  “Shirvani: Change delayed is education denied,” The Dickinson Press, May 14.

32. Shirvani, H. 2013.  “Letter: Change delayed assures higher education denied,” The Fargo Forum, May 13.

31. Shirvani, H. 2013.  “Hobson’s Choice: Change denied is education denied,” Bismarck Tribune, May 12.

30. Shirvani, H. 2013.  “Hamid Shirvani: Change delayed is education denied,” Grand Forks Herald, May 11.

29. Shirvani, H. 2013.  “Success requires change,” The Fargo Forum, May 7.

28. Shirvani, H. 2013.  “Together, we can lift the quality of education,” Grand Forks Herald, May 7.

27. Shirvani, H. 2012.  “‘Educating for change’ is our universities’ challenge,” Grand Forks Herald, November 25.

26. Shirvani, H. 2012.  “A constant challenge: Educating for change,” Bismarck Tribune, November 24.

25. Shirvani, H. 2012.  “Educate for change but provide solid foundation,” The Fargo Forum, November 24.

24. Shirvani, H. 2012.  “Pathways’ to a stronger university system for all,” Grand Forks Herald, October 17.

23. Shirvani, H. 2012.  “Higher Ed requires clear vision,” The Fargo Forum, October 14.

22. Shirvani, H. 2012.  “Future of Higher Education in North Dakota,” Bismarck Tribune, October 14.

21. Shirvani, H. 2012. “Threat to national security,” Times Higher Education, March 15.

20. Shirvani, H. 2012. “Value added answer,” Times Higher Education (UK), January 5.

19. Shirvani, H. 2011.  “Bringing in business starts with urban planning,” Central Valley Business Journal, October 27.

18. Shirvani, H. 2011.  “Online learning: the future,” Central Valley Business Journal, September 1.

17. Shirvani, H. 2011.  “Getting our priorities straight,” Central Valley Business Journal, August 4.

16. Shirvani, H. 2011.  “Advancing CSU Stanislaus’s commitment to it’s community,” Central Valley Business Journal, June 30.

15. Shirvani, H. 2011.  “The Central Valley’s poorest crop: college graduates,” Central Valley Business Journal, June 2.

14. Shirvani, H. 2011.  “We must invest in higher ed,” Modesto Bee, April 23.    

13. Shirvani, H. 2009.  “Will a culture of entitlement bankrupt higher education?” The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. LVI, No. 9, pg. A96, October 23.

12. Shirvani, H. 2009.  “Time to re-engineer universities,” Merced Sun-Star, September 19.

11. Shirvani, H. 2009. “The California Dream for education isn’t dead, but it is on life support,” Bakersfield Californian, September 17.

10. Shirvani, H. 2009.  “Keeping college dream alive,” Merced Sun-Star, September 12.

9.   Shirvani, H. 2009.  “We must change education to fit economic reality,” Modesto Bee, September 4.

8.   Shirvani, H. 2009.  “Cuts are not enough; Cal State must reinvent itself,” Modesto Bee, May 28.

7.   Shirvani, H. 2009.  “How do we govern the 21st century university?” The Presidency, Winter Supplement.

6.   Shirvani, H. 2009.  “California’s economic crisis is also an educational crisis,” Modesto Bee, January 25.

5.   Shirvani, H. 2007.  “Re-examining the place of religion on college campuses,” Modesto Bee, September 20.

4.   Shirvani, H. 2007.  “Congress should help students get through college,” Modesto Bee, February 4.

3.   Shirvani, H. 2006.  “Forging CSUS, Turlock partnership,” Turlock Journal, November 18.

2.   Shirvani, H. 2005.  “College education should be more, not less, demanding,” The Modesto Bee, October 16.

1.   Shirvani, H. 2005.  “Ed doctorate a key step for kids’ success,” The Modesto Bee, August 11.