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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Mahasin Mujahid, an associate professor, was appointed as the new head of UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s division of epidemiology, making her the first Black woman to hold the position. 
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Mahasin Mujahid, an associate professor, was appointed as the new head of UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s division of epidemiology, making her the first Black woman to hold the position. 
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, released new COVID-19 health protocols ahead of the upcoming school year in light of new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, released new COVID-19 health protocols ahead of the upcoming school year in light of new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC.
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A study by researchers at UC Berkeley School of Public Health and Portland State University found large racial and ethnic inequities present among those who had access to all kinds of paid leave.
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A study by researchers at UC Berkeley School of Public Health and Portland State University found large racial and ethnic inequities present among those who had access to all kinds of paid leave.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, confirmed the sixth case of monkeypox in the state of California on Monday, 10 days after the first recorded case in Sacramento County.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, confirmed the sixth case of monkeypox in the state of California on Monday, 10 days after the first recorded case in Sacramento County.
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A UC Berkeley School of Public Health fellowship program funded by Blue Shield of California will begin this fall to create a pipeline for underrepresented communities in the medical field.
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A UC Berkeley School of Public Health fellowship program funded by Blue Shield of California will begin this fall to create a pipeline for underrepresented communities in the medical field.
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A study from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, led by President’s Postdoctoral Fellow David Gonzalez, has found that oil and gas wells are disproportionately concentrated in redlined neighborhoods. 
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A study from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, led by President’s Postdoctoral Fellow David Gonzalez, has found that oil and gas wells are disproportionately concentrated in redlined neighborhoods. 
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As UC Berkeley marks the two-year anniversary of moving to remote instruction March 10, 2020, the campus community reflects on the unforgettable moments.
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As UC Berkeley marks the two-year anniversary of moving to remote instruction March 10, 2020, the campus community reflects on the unforgettable moments.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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A recent study by the UC Berkeley School of Public Health revealed that the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, reduced private insurance coverage disparities between African-American and white patients.
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A recent study by the UC Berkeley School of Public Health revealed that the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, reduced private insurance coverage disparities between African-American and white patients.
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