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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Students and faculty from the UC Berkeley College of Engineering are mobilizing to assist in the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, relief effort. Various members of the college are working on projects related to several aspects of the pandemic.
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Students and faculty from the UC Berkeley College of Engineering are mobilizing to assist in the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, relief effort. Various members of the college are working on projects related to several aspects of the pandemic.
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“I think this is a time when we can transform the culture within the college to be more appreciative of diversity,” Liu said. “It is important to make sure that diverse members of our community feel they belong and have adequate support to reach their full potential.”
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“I think this is a time when we can transform the culture within the college to be more appreciative of diversity,” Liu said. “It is important to make sure that diverse members of our community feel they belong and have adequate support to reach their full potential.”
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Electrical engineering, computer science and bioengineering Professor Shankar Sastry will be stepping down from his position as Dean of the College of Engineering, as announced in an email addressed to campus by executive vice chancellor and provost Paul Alivisatos on October 13th.
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Electrical engineering, computer science and bioengineering Professor Shankar Sastry will be stepping down from his position as Dean of the College of Engineering, as announced in an email addressed to campus by executive vice chancellor and provost Paul Alivisatos on October 13th.
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Carol Christ has been named the 11th Chancellor of UC Berkeley amongst widespread praise and celebration by students and her colleagues.
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Carol Christ has been named the 11th Chancellor of UC Berkeley amongst widespread praise and celebration by students and her colleagues.
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The overall number of reported crimes in the city has not increased, but Berkeley police say that Northside has experienced an uptick.
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The overall number of reported crimes in the city has not increased, but Berkeley police say that Northside has experienced an uptick.
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In response to concerns about packed waitlists in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department, the administration has said funding for instructional support — which has been incrementally boosted over the past several years — is not to blame.
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In response to concerns about packed waitlists in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department, the administration has said funding for instructional support — which has been incrementally boosted over the past several years — is not to blame.
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Pokemon Go, a mobile game released last week that combines the nostalgia of the '90s TV show with the cutting edge technology of augmented reality, was developed by a UC Berkeley graduate.
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Pokemon Go, a mobile game released last week that combines the nostalgia of the '90s TV show with the cutting edge technology of augmented reality, was developed by a UC Berkeley graduate.
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The campus’s College of Chemistry is no longer being considered for dissolution, according to campus officials.
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The campus’s College of Chemistry is no longer being considered for dissolution, according to campus officials.
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A parasite expert, Facebook privacy adviser and legal startup mogul are among 19 UC Berkeley-affiliated individuals to make the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list, an amalgamation of 600 game-changing individuals hailing from 20 diverse fields.
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A parasite expert, Facebook privacy adviser and legal startup mogul are among 19 UC Berkeley-affiliated individuals to make the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list, an amalgamation of 600 game-changing individuals hailing from 20 diverse fields.
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Jacobs Hall, a new campus building for design innovation in engineering, officially opened its doors at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.
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Jacobs Hall, a new campus building for design innovation in engineering, officially opened its doors at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.
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