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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Tsu-Jae King Liu

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Seven UC Berkeley graduate students, out of 83 total recipients, have been selected for the 2023 Siebel Scholars award. 
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Seven UC Berkeley graduate students, out of 83 total recipients, have been selected for the 2023 Siebel Scholars award. 
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Pravin Varaiya, an EECS professor emeritus, died June 10 at the age of 81, according to a statement released by UC Berkeley’s engineering department.
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Pravin Varaiya, an EECS professor emeritus, died June 10 at the age of 81, according to a statement released by UC Berkeley’s engineering department.
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On Wednesday, UC Berkeley College of Engineering announced a new aerospace engineering major, which will be launched in fall 2022.
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On Wednesday, UC Berkeley College of Engineering announced a new aerospace engineering major, which will be launched in fall 2022.
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The latest U.S. News and World Report survey ranked the UC Berkeley College of Engineering third nationwide out of more than 200 graduate engineering schools March 17.
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The latest U.S. News and World Report survey ranked the UC Berkeley College of Engineering third nationwide out of more than 200 graduate engineering schools March 17.
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For decades, women at UC Berkeley, acknowledged or unacknowledged, have pioneered their way through majors, studies and titles. Here are some of our favorite women throughout history who’ve fought against social norms to open doors for the rest of us at UC Berkeley.
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For decades, women at UC Berkeley, acknowledged or unacknowledged, have pioneered their way through majors, studies and titles. Here are some of our favorite women throughout history who’ve fought against social norms to open doors for the rest of us at UC Berkeley.
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UC Berkeley has a rich and diverse collection of clubs and organizations, such as the UC Berkeley Society of Women Engineers and Berkeley Women in Business, that aim to empower female-identifying students and help them enter male-dominated careers.
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UC Berkeley has a rich and diverse collection of clubs and organizations, such as the UC Berkeley Society of Women Engineers and Berkeley Women in Business, that aim to empower female-identifying students and help them enter male-dominated careers.
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Attendees of the fourth annual Women in Tech Symposium gathered at the Bechtel Engineering Center to celebrate women in technology and discuss the future of cybersecurity.
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Attendees of the fourth annual Women in Tech Symposium gathered at the Bechtel Engineering Center to celebrate women in technology and discuss the future of cybersecurity.
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Three UC Berkeley professors were elected to the National Academy of Engineering, or NAE, one of the highest honors granted to engineers in the United States, on Feb. 6.
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Three UC Berkeley professors were elected to the National Academy of Engineering, or NAE, one of the highest honors granted to engineers in the United States, on Feb. 6.
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The UC Berkeley College of Engineering was ranked the number one public engineering college in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, as well as the third best engineering college overall.
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The UC Berkeley College of Engineering was ranked the number one public engineering college in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, as well as the third best engineering college overall.
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Where are the female professors? Extensive research has been done regarding the effects of female role models on female students. In both high school and college, we see increased retention of women in male-dominated fields of study when they have female role models.
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Where are the female professors? Extensive research has been done regarding the effects of female role models on female students. In both high school and college, we see increased retention of women in male-dominated fields of study when they have female role models.
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