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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 03, 2023

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Elizabeth Deakin

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Berkeley Lab researchers collaborated on a study showing battery-electric trains are more environmentally friendly than diesel-electric trains.
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Berkeley Lab researchers collaborated on a study showing battery-electric trains are more environmentally friendly than diesel-electric trains.
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Bodegas are no longer just the small community corner store — the name now also refers to the an app-controlled community vending machine serving the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Bodegas are no longer just the small community corner store — the name now also refers to the an app-controlled community vending machine serving the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Hilary Baxter and Panayiotis Papadopoulos were recently appointed leaders of the UC systemwide and Berkeley academic senates, respectively, which represent faculty in university governance and determine academic policy.
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Hilary Baxter and Panayiotis Papadopoulos were recently appointed leaders of the UC systemwide and Berkeley academic senates, respectively, which represent faculty in university governance and determine academic policy.
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Many of BART’s engineers may retire in the next few years, with about half its engineers currently eligible for retirement.
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Many of BART’s engineers may retire in the next few years, with about half its engineers currently eligible for retirement.
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UC Berkeley professors discussed the undergraduate experience and improving student advising at the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate meeting Thursday.
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UC Berkeley professors discussed the undergraduate experience and improving student advising at the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate meeting Thursday.
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In the wake of an investigation concluding that UCLA policies on discrimination and bias among faculty were “vague” and “inadequate,” UC President Janet Napolitano has called on the system's chancellors to adopt measures that will spur a more transparent system for dealing with diversity issues.
In the wake of an investigation concluding that UCLA policies on discrimination and bias among faculty were “vague” and “inadequate,” UC President Janet Napolitano has called on the system's chancellors to adopt measures that will spur a more transparent system for dealing with diversity issues.
UC Berkeley officials affirmed the preeminent position of the library as the university’s hub for information and research Monday by announcing new plans to bolster its financial backing, a culmination of a two-year effort to reinvigorate the library system.
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UC Berkeley officials affirmed the preeminent position of the library as the university’s hub for information and research Monday by announcing new plans to bolster its financial backing, a culmination of a two-year effort to reinvigorate the library system.
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UC Berkeley professors discussed “right-sizing” the faculty and increasing individualized attention to students at the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate meeting Thursday.
UC Berkeley professors discussed “right-sizing” the faculty and increasing individualized attention to students at the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate meeting Thursday.
Nicholas Dirks was a bit apprehensive. A few months into his new role as chancellor of UC Berkeley, he found himself in a sea of strident blue and gold, surrounded by hordes of screaming students. Dirks was at the first Cal football game of the season — in the student section.
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Nicholas Dirks was a bit apprehensive. A few months into his new role as chancellor of UC Berkeley, he found himself in a sea of strident blue and gold, surrounded by hordes of screaming students. Dirks was at the first Cal football game of the season — in the student section.
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In response to complaints among UCLA faculty that the campus inadequately addressed incidents of racial discrimination, the UC will create a task force to evaluate, improve and standardize current policies for responding to racial discrimination at each UC campus.
In response to complaints among UCLA faculty that the campus inadequately addressed incidents of racial discrimination, the UC will create a task force to evaluate, improve and standardize current policies for responding to racial discrimination at each UC campus.