BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Campus now offers introductory courses to a good percentage of the student body — they simply need to prepare for it and ensure that it remains an inclusive space.
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Campus now offers introductory courses to a good percentage of the student body — they simply need to prepare for it and ensure that it remains an inclusive space.
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Among Haas School of Business class of 2018 graduates who are employed full-time, only 38 percent are female-identifying, according to the Haas Full-Time Employment Report. Only 28.6 percent of students in the campus College of Engineering are female-identifying.
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Among Haas School of Business class of 2018 graduates who are employed full-time, only 38 percent are female-identifying, according to the Haas Full-Time Employment Report. Only 28.6 percent of students in the campus College of Engineering are female-identifying.
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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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