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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Richard Blum, former UC regent and husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, died Sunday evening, after a long battle with cancer. 
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Richard Blum, former UC regent and husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, died Sunday evening, after a long battle with cancer. 
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PitchBook’s 2021 university rankings placed UC Berkeley as the top public university for startup founders and second among both private and public universities.
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PitchBook’s 2021 university rankings placed UC Berkeley as the top public university for startup founders and second among both private and public universities.
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On June 29, UC Berkeley announced the launch of the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Center, or LSEC, making it the latest addition to the Innovation and Entrepreneurship ecosystem.
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On June 29, UC Berkeley announced the launch of the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Center, or LSEC, making it the latest addition to the Innovation and Entrepreneurship ecosystem.
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UC Berkeley successfully sold “The Fourth Pillar,” the first nonfungible token, or NFT, based on Nobel-Prize-winning research for $54,360 at an auction Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley successfully sold “The Fourth Pillar,” the first nonfungible token, or NFT, based on Nobel-Prize-winning research for $54,360 at an auction Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley will auction two nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, relating to Nobel Prize-winning inventions for the funding of future research and innovation.
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UC Berkeley will auction two nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, relating to Nobel Prize-winning inventions for the funding of future research and innovation.
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Persuading someone to act like a bear on film may seem more like a quarantine prank challenge than a homework assignment, but not according to a new summer course titled, “The Berkeley Changemaker,” which aims to teach leadership to campus freshmen.
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Persuading someone to act like a bear on film may seem more like a quarantine prank challenge than a homework assignment, but not according to a new summer course titled, “The Berkeley Changemaker,” which aims to teach leadership to campus freshmen.
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While disruptive, the pandemic and the subsequent move to online education have changed the future of higher education, according to UC Berkeley administration.
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While disruptive, the pandemic and the subsequent move to online education have changed the future of higher education, according to UC Berkeley administration.
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This fall, students at UC Berkeley will be able to apply to the new Biology + Business program, which allows undergraduate students to receive concurrent bachelor’s degrees in business administration and molecular and cell biology.
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This fall, students at UC Berkeley will be able to apply to the new Biology + Business program, which allows undergraduate students to receive concurrent bachelor’s degrees in business administration and molecular and cell biology.
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Former UC Berkeley Haas School of Business dean and professor Raymond Miles, who was loved for his generosity and selflessness, died in Albany on May 13. He was 86.
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Former UC Berkeley Haas School of Business dean and professor Raymond Miles, who was loved for his generosity and selflessness, died in Albany on May 13. He was 86.
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UC Berkeley Haas School of Business alumnus Scott Galloway made a $4.4 million donation to the business school this spring, aimed at supporting students who are children of immigrants.
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UC Berkeley Haas School of Business alumnus Scott Galloway made a $4.4 million donation to the business school this spring, aimed at supporting students who are children of immigrants.
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