Q&A with Vice Chancellor for Equity and Inclusion Na’ilah Nasir

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The campus recently appointed UC Berkeley professor Na’ilah Nasir as the new vice chancellor for equity and inclusion after Gibor Basri — the first to hold the position — opted to step down. Nasir, who is set to begin her term Nov. 1, sat down with The Daily Californian to talk about how she plans to work with students, why leading the division of equity and inclusion is so challenging, and how her academic research will inform her new administrative position.
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Catching up with Berkeley

A review of the major Berkeley summer news

Minimum wage to reach $15 The minimum wage for UC employees who work at least 20 hours per week will increase to $15 in 2017 after increasing to $13 by October and to $14 in 2016. The new policy, announced by UC President Janet Napolitano at a UC Board of
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