BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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Amidst California’s low standardized math test scores, increasing learning gaps caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of sufficient diversity in STEM, the California State Board of Education’s recent proposed curriculum framework to reform math education has garnered criticism from hundreds of educators. 
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Amidst California’s low standardized math test scores, increasing learning gaps caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of sufficient diversity in STEM, the California State Board of Education’s recent proposed curriculum framework to reform math education has garnered criticism from hundreds of educators. 
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Zachary Mackin is running for ASUC Senate to improve student access to resources, increase funding for clubs, and to improve ASUC's relationship to students
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Zachary Mackin is running for ASUC Senate to improve student access to resources, increase funding for clubs, and to improve ASUC's relationship to students
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Hitesh Kamisetty is advocating for engineering representation, mental health awareness, inclusivity and academic accessibility in his ASUC Senate campaign.
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Hitesh Kamisetty is advocating for engineering representation, mental health awareness, inclusivity and academic accessibility in his ASUC Senate campaign.
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Joshua Hug, campus associate teaching professor of electrical engineering and computer science, saved an older woman and her dog from dangerous waves in Pacifica on Dec. 8.
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Joshua Hug, campus associate teaching professor of electrical engineering and computer science, saved an older woman and her dog from dangerous waves in Pacifica on Dec. 8.
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Doug Tygar — a UC Berkeley School of Information and electrical engineering and computer sciences department professor — unexpectedly died Jan. 16 at the age of 57.
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Doug Tygar — a UC Berkeley School of Information and electrical engineering and computer sciences department professor — unexpectedly died Jan. 16 at the age of 57.
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UC Berkeley alumna Sally Floyd, a computer scientist known for her work on congestion control, died Aug. 25 at age 69, leaving behind her wife Carole Leita.
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UC Berkeley alumna Sally Floyd, a computer scientist known for her work on congestion control, died Aug. 25 at age 69, leaving behind her wife Carole Leita.
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Forbes has selected several UC Berkeley students out of thousands of business and technology students around the world to participate in the Forbes Under 30 Scholar Summit this fall.
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Forbes has selected several UC Berkeley students out of thousands of business and technology students around the world to participate in the Forbes Under 30 Scholar Summit this fall.
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Randy Katz, campus professor of electrical engineering and computer science, has been appointed as vice chancellor for research, and will assume the position Jan. 1, 2018.
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Randy Katz, campus professor of electrical engineering and computer science, has been appointed as vice chancellor for research, and will assume the position Jan. 1, 2018.
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Campus professor David Patterson published an essay Friday in response to former Google employee James Damore’s memo, in which Damore stressed that women are biologically different and not suited to working in technology companies like Google.
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Campus professor David Patterson published an essay Friday in response to former Google employee James Damore’s memo, in which Damore stressed that women are biologically different and not suited to working in technology companies like Google.
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On Wednesday NASA announced that UC Berkeley alumnus Warren “Woody” Hoburg will be one of a new class of twelve astronaut candidates.
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On Wednesday NASA announced that UC Berkeley alumnus Warren “Woody” Hoburg will be one of a new class of twelve astronaut candidates.
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