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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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UC Berkeley alumna Freada Kapor Klein, a venture capitalist and social policy researcher, and her husband Mitch Kapor, founder of computer software company Lotus, donated $5 million to campus’s diversity in the STEM Excellence through Equity and Diversity Scholars Honors program.
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UC Berkeley alumna Freada Kapor Klein, a venture capitalist and social policy researcher, and her husband Mitch Kapor, founder of computer software company Lotus, donated $5 million to campus’s diversity in the STEM Excellence through Equity and Diversity Scholars Honors program.
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Amid the ebb and flow of private funding that occurs every year, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in private donations to UC Berkeley to support the campus community.
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Amid the ebb and flow of private funding that occurs every year, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in private donations to UC Berkeley to support the campus community.
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The gift will go toward funding visitors and the undergraduate fellows program, broadening outreach and expanding courses and programs of the institute.
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The gift will go toward funding visitors and the undergraduate fellows program, broadening outreach and expanding courses and programs of the institute.
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced Tuesday the results of the previous week’s #GivingTuesdayNow, a “global day of giving” to support the people most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced Tuesday the results of the previous week’s #GivingTuesdayNow, a “global day of giving” to support the people most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Despite funding and campus climate challenges, the UC Berkeley African American Initiative expects to double its number of scholarship recipients in 2020.
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Despite funding and campus climate challenges, the UC Berkeley African American Initiative expects to double its number of scholarship recipients in 2020.
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Tucked in the corner of the Hearst Field Annex building is the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, one of the various resources for the Black community at UC Berkeley. As a part of UC Berkeley's African American Student Development, the center serves the academic, social, cultural and political needs of the campus Black community.
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Tucked in the corner of the Hearst Field Annex building is the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, one of the various resources for the Black community at UC Berkeley. As a part of UC Berkeley's African American Student Development, the center serves the academic, social, cultural and political needs of the campus Black community.
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This year, allies of the UC system such as the Weill Family Foundation and financier Charles Schwab gifted more than $126 million to the university for research initiatives and collaboration.
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This year, allies of the UC system such as the Weill Family Foundation and financier Charles Schwab gifted more than $126 million to the university for research initiatives and collaboration.
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced Monday in a campuswide email that UC Berkeley reached a balanced budget, ending the $150 million deficit and also raised $1.2 billion in revenue from “two consecutive, record-breaking years of fundraising.”
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced Monday in a campuswide email that UC Berkeley reached a balanced budget, ending the $150 million deficit and also raised $1.2 billion in revenue from “two consecutive, record-breaking years of fundraising.”
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UC Berkeley announced the creation of the Helen Diller Family Chair in Israel Studies on May 2 in response to a $5 million grant from the Helen Diller Family Foundation.
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UC Berkeley announced the creation of the Helen Diller Family Chair in Israel Studies on May 2 in response to a $5 million grant from the Helen Diller Family Foundation.
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The assets of the University of California increased by $8.9 billion over the past year, outpacing its benchmark and totaling $118.7 billion as of June 30, 2018, according to the UC Chief Investment Officer of the Regents Jagdeep Bachher recent's report.
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The assets of the University of California increased by $8.9 billion over the past year, outpacing its benchmark and totaling $118.7 billion as of June 30, 2018, according to the UC Chief Investment Officer of the Regents Jagdeep Bachher recent's report.
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