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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Inna Sovsun, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and former first deputy minister of education and science, came to UC Berkeley Thursday to discuss the state of higher education in Ukraine with John Douglass, senior research fellow at the Center for Studies in Higher Education.
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Inna Sovsun, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and former first deputy minister of education and science, came to UC Berkeley Thursday to discuss the state of higher education in Ukraine with John Douglass, senior research fellow at the Center for Studies in Higher Education.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted students with disabilities who are enrolled at large public research universities, according to a survey by the Student Experience in the Research University, or SERU, Consortium.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted students with disabilities who are enrolled at large public research universities, according to a survey by the Student Experience in the Research University, or SERU, Consortium.
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By studying UC applicants from 1994 through 2002, Zachary Bleemer, UC Berkeley economics doctoral candidate, found that abolishing California’s race-based admissions process negatively impacted Black, Latinx and Native American students.
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By studying UC applicants from 1994 through 2002, Zachary Bleemer, UC Berkeley economics doctoral candidate, found that abolishing California’s race-based admissions process negatively impacted Black, Latinx and Native American students.
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According to a study published Tuesday that was co-led by the UC Berkeley Center for Studies in Higher Education, the COVID-19 pandemic has had “looming negative impacts” on the mental health of university students.
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According to a study published Tuesday that was co-led by the UC Berkeley Center for Studies in Higher Education, the COVID-19 pandemic has had “looming negative impacts” on the mental health of university students.
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The Berkeley Conversation series hosted a livestream Thursday to discuss differing opinions regarding COVID-19’s effect on international higher education.
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The Berkeley Conversation series hosted a livestream Thursday to discuss differing opinions regarding COVID-19’s effect on international higher education.
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The UC system experienced a decrease in freshman applications for a second consecutive year while the number of transfer applications rose, according to data released by the UC Office of the President, or UCOP.
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The UC system experienced a decrease in freshman applications for a second consecutive year while the number of transfer applications rose, according to data released by the UC Office of the President, or UCOP.
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The study catalogued the history of UC revenue sources and expenditures over its 150 year history across 10 campuses, noting its reliance on state funding from 1900 through the 1990s. Beginning in the early 1990s, however, per student state revenue started to decrease “dramatically,” while total enrollment grew with the California population from 166,500 to 273,000 students enrolled today.
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The study catalogued the history of UC revenue sources and expenditures over its 150 year history across 10 campuses, noting its reliance on state funding from 1900 through the 1990s. Beginning in the early 1990s, however, per student state revenue started to decrease “dramatically,” while total enrollment grew with the California population from 166,500 to 273,000 students enrolled today.
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A state bill that would make California public and community colleges tuition-free for in-state students was introduced Monday.
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A state bill that would make California public and community colleges tuition-free for in-state students was introduced Monday.
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Carol Christ has been named the 11th Chancellor of UC Berkeley amongst widespread praise and celebration by students and her colleagues.
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Carol Christ has been named the 11th Chancellor of UC Berkeley amongst widespread praise and celebration by students and her colleagues.
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The California Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Education Finance approved the “Degrees Not Debt” budget plan Tuesday designed to make higher education in California more accessible and affordable.
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The California Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Education Finance approved the “Degrees Not Debt” budget plan Tuesday designed to make higher education in California more accessible and affordable.
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