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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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As a lover of puns, dad jokes and all forms of cheap humor, I strongly believe in the high entertainment value that these things bring to our lives.
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As a lover of puns, dad jokes and all forms of cheap humor, I strongly believe in the high entertainment value that these things bring to our lives.
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Campus teaching assistants and instructors were barred from proctoring exams online for the remainder of the semester, according to a campuswide email sent by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos.
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Campus teaching assistants and instructors were barred from proctoring exams online for the remainder of the semester, according to a campuswide email sent by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos.
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Susan Graham serves as UC Berkeley’s Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Emerita and was the only female faculty member in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department for 17 years.
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Susan Graham serves as UC Berkeley’s Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Emerita and was the only female faculty member in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department for 17 years.
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A recent tweet criticizing a UC Berkeley electrical engineering and computer sciences professor’s proposed 80-hour weekly academic workload has outraged many community members. But this incident is symptomatic of a larger issue: the toxic work culture on this campus. UC Berkeley is often stereotyped as the “workaholic” UC campus, and it’s time for the community to acknowledge how harmful that title really is.
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A recent tweet criticizing a UC Berkeley electrical engineering and computer sciences professor’s proposed 80-hour weekly academic workload has outraged many community members. But this incident is symptomatic of a larger issue: the toxic work culture on this campus. UC Berkeley is often stereotyped as the “workaholic” UC campus, and it’s time for the community to acknowledge how harmful that title really is.
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A UC Berkeley undergraduate student's tweet criticizing electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, professor Anant Sahai recently gained traction among the campus community, raising questions regarding the pressure and high expectations computer science students face.
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A UC Berkeley undergraduate student's tweet criticizing electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, professor Anant Sahai recently gained traction among the campus community, raising questions regarding the pressure and high expectations computer science students face.
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Twitter staff machine learning engineer Naz Erkan and Senior Director of software engineering Sandeep Pandey announced in a blog post Jan. 29 that the company is partnering up with researchers from UC Berkeley to improve the use of machine learning.
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Twitter staff machine learning engineer Naz Erkan and Senior Director of software engineering Sandeep Pandey announced in a blog post Jan. 29 that the company is partnering up with researchers from UC Berkeley to improve the use of machine learning.
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Notable figures and facilities across campus have engaged in and continue to engage in progressing the scientific realm of society, whether it be founding modern statistical theory, producing plutonium or inventing the first wetsuit.
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Notable figures and facilities across campus have engaged in and continue to engage in progressing the scientific realm of society, whether it be founding modern statistical theory, producing plutonium or inventing the first wetsuit.
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The study concluded that the data set can help researchers understand how different scenarios affect current self-driving car programs.
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The study concluded that the data set can help researchers understand how different scenarios affect current self-driving car programs.
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Shafi Goldwasser, one of only three women to have won the Turing Award, referred to as “the Nobel Prize of Computing,” will become the new director of the campus’ Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing on January 1 of next year.
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Shafi Goldwasser, one of only three women to have won the Turing Award, referred to as “the Nobel Prize of Computing,” will become the new director of the campus’ Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing on January 1 of next year.
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Campus senior Zuhayeer Musa, created, with the help of sophomore Jimmy Liu and senior Ahmed Husain, a website that consolidates computer science recruitment information.
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Campus senior Zuhayeer Musa, created, with the help of sophomore Jimmy Liu and senior Ahmed Husain, a website that consolidates computer science recruitment information.
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