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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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Chancellor Carol Christ’s substantial budget cuts left few departments unscathed last week, and the UC Berkeley School of Law was no exception.
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Chancellor Carol Christ’s substantial budget cuts left few departments unscathed last week, and the UC Berkeley School of Law was no exception.
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Almost a year after announcing his resignation, Nicholas Dirks officially stepped down from the position of chancellor Saturday.
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Almost a year after announcing his resignation, Nicholas Dirks officially stepped down from the position of chancellor Saturday.
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Michael Botchan has recently been appointed as permanent dean of the Division of Biological Sciences in the College of Letters and Sciences, according to a campus press release.
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Michael Botchan has recently been appointed as permanent dean of the Division of Biological Sciences in the College of Letters and Sciences, according to a campus press release.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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At least 124 cases involving University of California faculty, staff and contractors show the employees were found to have violated UC sexual violence and harassment policy over the past three years at all UC campuses. Among them are award-winning scholars, lauded department chairs and highly paid NCAA coaches.
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At least 124 cases involving University of California faculty, staff and contractors show the employees were found to have violated UC sexual violence and harassment policy over the past three years at all UC campuses. Among them are award-winning scholars, lauded department chairs and highly paid NCAA coaches.
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Over half of the chancellor’s cabinet has announced their resignations in the past 19 months, including all but one of the campus’s vice chancellors and vice provosts, casting doubt on UC Berkeley’s reputation and ability to govern itself effectively.
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Over half of the chancellor’s cabinet has announced their resignations in the past 19 months, including all but one of the campus’s vice chancellors and vice provosts, casting doubt on UC Berkeley’s reputation and ability to govern itself effectively.
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Vice Chancellor for Real Estate Robert Lalanne, who oversaw construction, development and maintenance of campus property, resigned Monday.
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Vice Chancellor for Real Estate Robert Lalanne, who oversaw construction, development and maintenance of campus property, resigned Monday.
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Hesse said she hopes to announce the membership of a UC Berkeley peer review committee next month — independent of the systemwide committee announced by Napolitano in March — which would serve as "a confidential panel of peers” to advise the chancellor on proposed sanctions for sexual assault and harassment on campus.
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Hesse said she hopes to announce the membership of a UC Berkeley peer review committee next month — independent of the systemwide committee announced by Napolitano in March — which would serve as "a confidential panel of peers” to advise the chancellor on proposed sanctions for sexual assault and harassment on campus.
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Former Berkeley Law dean Sujit Choudhry will be on campus this semester working in his office despite past controversy surrounding sexual misconduct allegations, according to an email sent Thursday by interim Berkeley Law dean Melissa Murray to faculty, staff and students.
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Former Berkeley Law dean Sujit Choudhry will be on campus this semester working in his office despite past controversy surrounding sexual misconduct allegations, according to an email sent Thursday by interim Berkeley Law dean Melissa Murray to faculty, staff and students.
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Despite several major campus leadership position not yet permanently filled, Chancellor Nicholas Dirks announced in a campuswide email Monday that the administration will not begin filling in these positions — those decisions will be left up to his successor.
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Despite several major campus leadership position not yet permanently filled, Chancellor Nicholas Dirks announced in a campuswide email Monday that the administration will not begin filling in these positions — those decisions will be left up to his successor.
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