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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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Olufemi Ogundele, associate vice chancellor of enrollment management and dean of undergraduate admissions, answered questions and discussed changes to UC Berkeley’s admissions process to increase the diversity of incoming classes during a Berkeley Conversations event.
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Olufemi Ogundele, associate vice chancellor of enrollment management and dean of undergraduate admissions, answered questions and discussed changes to UC Berkeley’s admissions process to increase the diversity of incoming classes during a Berkeley Conversations event.
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Three Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, scholars discussed the history and current rise in anti-Asian violence during a virtual Berkeley Conversations and Matrix on Point event Thursday.
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Three Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, scholars discussed the history and current rise in anti-Asian violence during a virtual Berkeley Conversations and Matrix on Point event Thursday.
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As California moves along its COVID-19 vaccination process, a panel of experts clarified the process and answered common questions about vaccines.
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As California moves along its COVID-19 vaccination process, a panel of experts clarified the process and answered common questions about vaccines.
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Months after former president Donald Trump lost his bid to reelection, five UC Berkeley professors addressed the implications and impacts of the Trump presidency during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Friday.
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Months after former president Donald Trump lost his bid to reelection, five UC Berkeley professors addressed the implications and impacts of the Trump presidency during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Friday.
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Several months after the passage AB 3121, a panel discussed reparations for slavery at a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Thursday.
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Several months after the passage AB 3121, a panel discussed reparations for slavery at a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Thursday.
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During a virtual inaugural event Thursday for the opening of UC Berkeley’s Center for Security in Politics, or CSP, four former secretaries of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, discussed the most pressing security challenges the nation faces.
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During a virtual inaugural event Thursday for the opening of UC Berkeley’s Center for Security in Politics, or CSP, four former secretaries of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, discussed the most pressing security challenges the nation faces.
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In the wake of the news that UC Berkeley’s spring 2021 semester will consist of mostly remote instruction, Berkeley Conversations hosted a panel of professors Monday to address the factors affecting the campus's reopening.
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In the wake of the news that UC Berkeley’s spring 2021 semester will consist of mostly remote instruction, Berkeley Conversations hosted a panel of professors Monday to address the factors affecting the campus's reopening.
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Educators must “reimagine” their roles in public engagement to bridge political and racial divides over COVID-19, campus faculty said in an online panel Friday.
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Educators must “reimagine” their roles in public engagement to bridge political and racial divides over COVID-19, campus faculty said in an online panel Friday.
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As part of UC Berkeley’s virtual conversation series, campus faculty discussed ways to understand and seek equity during the coronavirus pandemic.
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As part of UC Berkeley’s virtual conversation series, campus faculty discussed ways to understand and seek equity during the coronavirus pandemic.
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