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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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A petition originally created in November 2021 to rename the Evans Hall replacement building after David Blackwell is circulating among Blackwell’s former students, peers and admirers. 
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A petition originally created in November 2021 to rename the Evans Hall replacement building after David Blackwell is circulating among Blackwell’s former students, peers and admirers. 
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Five campus experts talked about the challenges the coronavirus pandemic will present for the 2020 general election in an event Friday.
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Five campus experts talked about the challenges the coronavirus pandemic will present for the 2020 general election in an event Friday.
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Philip Stark, a campus statistics professor, and Ronald Rivest, a computer science professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote a USA Today op-ed earlier this month requesting election officials to use a risk-limiting audit for each state’s ballots.
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Philip Stark, a campus statistics professor, and Ronald Rivest, a computer science professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote a USA Today op-ed earlier this month requesting election officials to use a risk-limiting audit for each state’s ballots.
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In the shadow of University Hall, roughly 50 students and community members protested the termination of Alexander Coward, a lecturer in the UC Berkeley mathematics department whose experience has garnered significant attention on social media.
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In the shadow of University Hall, roughly 50 students and community members protested the termination of Alexander Coward, a lecturer in the UC Berkeley mathematics department whose experience has garnered significant attention on social media.
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In a paper released Friday, a UC Berkeley professor and a campus consultant found that student course evaluations do not properly measure teaching effectiveness.
In a paper released Friday, a UC Berkeley professor and a campus consultant found that student course evaluations do not properly measure teaching effectiveness.
A trailing California gubernatorial candidate released an extensive plan to overhaul the state’s education system Tuesday, proposing a major expansion of online course offerings and free tuition for students in math and science degree programs statewide, among other initiatives.
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A trailing California gubernatorial candidate released an extensive plan to overhaul the state’s education system Tuesday, proposing a major expansion of online course offerings and free tuition for students in math and science degree programs statewide, among other initiatives.
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In a continued effort to improve online education at the University of California, UC officials announced a series of new initiatives to expand online offerings last week.
In a continued effort to improve online education at the University of California, UC officials announced a series of new initiatives to expand online offerings last week.
Since March 20th, over 1,600 people have signed an online petition expressing “deep concerns” about a California State Senate bill requiring the state’s schools to award credit for approved online courses.
Since March 20th, over 1,600 people have signed an online petition expressing “deep concerns” about a California State Senate bill requiring the state’s schools to award credit for approved online courses.