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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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A first generation college student, Doyle came to UC Berkeley in 1983 as an assistant professor in the campus department of Material Science and Mineral Engineering. She was the College of Engineering’s third female faculty member and has been the Donald H. McLaughlin Professor of Mineral Engineering since 1998.
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A first generation college student, Doyle came to UC Berkeley in 1983 as an assistant professor in the campus department of Material Science and Mineral Engineering. She was the College of Engineering’s third female faculty member and has been the Donald H. McLaughlin Professor of Mineral Engineering since 1998.
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The recently published World Reputation Rankings are developed by surveying more than 10,000 scholars from around the world, who then select 15 colleges that they believe are the best in research and teaching.
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The recently published World Reputation Rankings are developed by surveying more than 10,000 scholars from around the world, who then select 15 colleges that they believe are the best in research and teaching.
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At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC's and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC's and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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Less than two weeks after its secession from the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly is already starting to experience complications as a result of its newfound independence.
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Less than two weeks after its secession from the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly is already starting to experience complications as a result of its newfound independence.
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During the first post-election ASUC meeting, Judicial Council Chair Maureen Ochi Sides discussed the 10 upcoming hearings related to elections violations.
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During the first post-election ASUC meeting, Judicial Council Chair Maureen Ochi Sides discussed the 10 upcoming hearings related to elections violations.
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The Graduate Assembly had a busy night Thursday. After unanimously voting to secede from the ASUC, it elected its executive officers for the 2018-19 year.
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The Graduate Assembly had a busy night Thursday. After unanimously voting to secede from the ASUC, it elected its executive officers for the 2018-19 year.
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The Graduate Assembly, or GA, introduced a resolution to secede from the ASUC and heard from UCPD Chief Margo Bennett during a regular meeting Thursday.
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The Graduate Assembly, or GA, introduced a resolution to secede from the ASUC and heard from UCPD Chief Margo Bennett during a regular meeting Thursday.
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Berkeley’s graduate students have long been underrepresented — pushed away from student government for decades, denied adequate financial resources and structured to rely on the ASUC. After a history of contentious relations spanning back to the 1960s, the Graduate Assembly, or the GA, is considering separating from the ASUC.
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Berkeley’s graduate students have long been underrepresented — pushed away from student government for decades, denied adequate financial resources and structured to rely on the ASUC. After a history of contentious relations spanning back to the 1960s, the Graduate Assembly, or the GA, is considering separating from the ASUC.
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A year ago, an anonymous graduate student instructor, or GSI, found himself uncomfortable when his undergraduate student asked for a hug, stating that the GSI was “more of a classmate” than an instructor.
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A year ago, an anonymous graduate student instructor, or GSI, found himself uncomfortable when his undergraduate student asked for a hug, stating that the GSI was “more of a classmate” than an instructor.
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Graduate students may see relief from potential financial burden, as the Senate’s version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed without the graduate tuition tax proposal.
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Graduate students may see relief from potential financial burden, as the Senate’s version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed without the graduate tuition tax proposal.
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