A new preschool and daycare center called Bright Horizons had an open house on 923 Parker St. at 5PM on June 20.

New child care center offers back-up care program for faculty

UC Berkeley faculty will have a new option for back-up child care near campus with the grand opening this week of the Bright Horizons at Bayer child care center in Berkeley. Last summer the campus partnered with Bright Horizons Family Solutions to offer back-up care — temporary in-home or in-center
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Haas professor to return to Canadian university as dean

The University of British Columbia announced Monday that current UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Professor Robert Helsley will become the new dean of the Canadian university’s Sauder School of Business. Helsley — who worked at the Sauder School of Business from 1984 to 2008 and was selected as dean after
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Faces of Berkeley: Yau-Man Chan, ‘Survivor’ contestant

Chief technology officer in the College of Chemistry defied expectations on reality show

Within the bowels of the Giauque Low Temperature Laboratory underneath Hildebrand Hall, Yau-Man Chan works quietly at his computer. The unassuming 59-year-old’s office reflects his title as chief technology officer for the UC Berkeley College of Chemistry — bits of old electronics and tech books line his floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and
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UC Berkeley staff raise concerns over upcoming service center move

UC Berkeley staff members and union representatives voiced their opposition to the proposed move of campus staff to the Campus Shared Services Center on Fourth Street at a press conference Wednesday. The center will house human resources, house finance, information technology and research administration staff beginning in September as part
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New dean announced for campus Graduate School of Journalism

The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism announced Tuesday that it has chosen Edward Wasserman as its new dean, concluding a six-month search that began in December 2011. Wasserman, who is currently the John S. and James L. Knight Professor of Journalism Ethics at Washington and Lee University in Virginia, will
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ASUC signs memorandum with university regarding Lower Sproul

The ASUC signed its third memorandum of understanding on May 24 with the UC Board of Regents regarding the upcoming renovation of Lower Sproul Plaza, an agreement that clarifies moving and space issues with campus student groups involved in the impending renovation. The current memorandum outlines use of the Cal
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