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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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The UC system’s largest employee union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299, gathered on Sproul Plaza on the third and final day of its planned strike for better contract terms.
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The UC system’s largest employee union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299, gathered on Sproul Plaza on the third and final day of its planned strike for better contract terms.
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UC Berkeley librarians, wearing blue tape on their mouths and shirts that read “librarians will not be silent,” met Friday on the steps of Doe Memorial Library for a protest regarding contract negotiations with the University of California that began April 16.
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UC Berkeley librarians, wearing blue tape on their mouths and shirts that read “librarians will not be silent,” met Friday on the steps of Doe Memorial Library for a protest regarding contract negotiations with the University of California that began April 16.
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After more than 16 months of preparation and six months at the bargaining table, UC librarians are still in bargaining negotiations with the UC system. In a press release from Oct. 9, a union representing the librarians rejected the UC’s request to extend their current contract, which expired Oct. 1.
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After more than 16 months of preparation and six months at the bargaining table, UC librarians are still in bargaining negotiations with the UC system. In a press release from Oct. 9, a union representing the librarians rejected the UC’s request to extend their current contract, which expired Oct. 1.
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For the second year in a row, the United States Environmental Protection Agency awarded the university a Green Power Leadership Award to recognize its commitment to renewable energy.
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For the second year in a row, the United States Environmental Protection Agency awarded the university a Green Power Leadership Award to recognize its commitment to renewable energy.
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AB 2836 requires the UC system and its campuses to adopt policies that meet the intent of existing state and federal laws and incorporate the input of Native American tribes.
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AB 2836 requires the UC system and its campuses to adopt policies that meet the intent of existing state and federal laws and incorporate the input of Native American tribes.
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More than 3,000 UC academic researchers signed authorization cards in support of forming the union, which were submitted to the Public Employment Relations Board, or PERB, on Friday for certification.
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More than 3,000 UC academic researchers signed authorization cards in support of forming the union, which were submitted to the Public Employment Relations Board, or PERB, on Friday for certification.
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Danielle Smith, UC Office of the President spokesperson, said in an email that the state requested the UC system to form a report discussing the potential impact of reducing undergraduate nonresident enrollment, with results to be finalized by April 2019.
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Danielle Smith, UC Office of the President spokesperson, said in an email that the state requested the UC system to form a report discussing the potential impact of reducing undergraduate nonresident enrollment, with results to be finalized by April 2019.
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The University of California announced Wednesday that it will dedicate more than $7 million per year to improving faculty diversity throughout all 10 UC campuses.
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The University of California announced Wednesday that it will dedicate more than $7 million per year to improving faculty diversity throughout all 10 UC campuses.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299 — the UC’s largest employee union — announced at a UC Board of Regents meeting Wednesday that it will hold a vote in October deciding whether it will go on strike for the second time this year.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299 — the UC’s largest employee union — announced at a UC Board of Regents meeting Wednesday that it will hold a vote in October deciding whether it will go on strike for the second time this year.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene at UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center from Tuesday through Thursday to discuss advocacy in state government, recent audits, court cases and policies about relations with Native American communities.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene at UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center from Tuesday through Thursday to discuss advocacy in state government, recent audits, court cases and policies about relations with Native American communities.
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